Grantees

After School Matters

The Chicago-based organization offers after-school and summer programs focused on arts, communications, leadership, sports and STEM. Their Peacemakers program empowers teens to counter violence through positive contributions in their community.

Blessings in a Backpack

The non-profit organization mobilizes communities, individuals and resources to provide kid-friendly, nutritious meals to food insecure students over the weekend.

Southside Boys and Girls Club

Aims to empower youth through safe and impactful experiences, graduate high school with a plan for college or career pathway, contribute back to the community, and ultimately live a healthy life.

City Harvest

The New York City-based organization helps build a path toward a food-secure future by rescuing millions of pounds of food, distributing to pantries and soup kitchens and assisting food-insecure individuals and families.

HIRE360

The Chicago-based organization offers advancement pathways through targeted apprenticeships, localized mentorship, direct investment, and specialized services to strengthen economic opportunities, engage youth, and develop sustainable careers.

KABOOM!

The national organization is committed to ending playspace inequity by building kid-designed playspaces that can spark joy and foster a sense of belonging for kids who are often denied opportunities to thrive.

Mission Bit

The San Francisco-based organization strives to bridge the tech divide by making computer science more accessible through free coding classes and professional opportunity pathways to middle and high school students.

YMCA South Florida

The local organization’s Path to Health Program (YPHP) addresses the need for comprehensive strategies to improve the wellbeing of affordable housing residents experiencing overwhelming health inequities and health disparities.

Art on Sedgwick

Created by Chicago North Side neighbors with a mission to break down barriers between historically disconnected groups, Art on Sedgwick’s mission is to unleash creativity through art and provide shared experiences to spark community dialogue.

Academy for Urban School Leadership

The Chicago non-profit school management organization is focused on breaking the cycle of poverty, creating better citizens, and providing a path to financial success and meaningful career opportunities.

Avondale Community Council

The Cincinnati-based organization offers a Feeding Our Families for Thanksgiving program for the local Avondale community.

Community Emergency Services of Minneapolis

The organization offers healthy and culturally appropriate meals to families experiencing hunger, distributes emergency financial and material assistance, and provides referrals for supportive services.

Community Action Partnership Dutchess County

The organization aims to collaborate with individuals and families to eliminate poverty and identify the resources and opportunities available to enhance self-reliance.

Fareground Community Kitchen

The women-run non-profit organization is dedicated to alleviating hunger by increasing access to healthy and affordable food through partnerships with local farmers and mobile food pantries.

Future Ties

This non-profit organization is dedicated to supporting low-income families and children through after school and summer mentorship programs.

iSPACE

This Cincinnati-based organization ignites passion and prepares students, teachers, and professionals to thrive in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) through immersive, hands-on learning programs.

Joy Ministries

The organization is dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty through education and character development programs for women, teens and children.

Meals on Wheels

The national organization enhances the wellness of elderly and homebound individuals by providing nutritious management, health screening, friendship and advocacy.

Project Success

The Minneapolis-based organization prepares students for the future through goal setting workshops, innovative theater program, individual after school services, and more.

Project H.O.O.D.

The Chicago-based organization offered a COVID-19 Meal Program, which provided meals to the local Woodlawn community.

RISE

The national non-profit organization educates and empowers youth participants to become leaders in discussing and addressing matters of racism, prejudice, diversity and inclusivity.

Success Centers

The San Francisco-based organization fosters resiliency and self-advocacy to increase equity and build safe, thriving communities and offers meaningful vocational and educational services to empower marginalized transitional youth and adults.

Tidewater Tech

The trade school offers hands-on career training led by experienced industry experts focused on automotive technician, building and construction trades, combination maritime welding, combination welding, HVAC and more.

Walnut Hills Redevelopment Foundation

The non-profit community development corporation is committed to urban agriculture by creating vibrant gardens in food desert neighborhoods.

We Love Lake Street

The Minneapolis-based non-profit organization provides direct support to small businesses and nonprofits rebuild storefronts and reopen their businesses.

Wooddale Church

The faith-based organization serves the Minneapolis area through religious services, community programming and family-oriented ministries.

Young Community Developers

The San Francisco-based organization offered a COVID-19 Meal Program provided meals to the local Bayview-Hunters Point community.