To support a pioneering initiative to connect minority entrepreneurs to tech-based business opportunities and growth industries, while enabling full program sustainability by piloting a new fee-for-service revenue model.
To support the Greenlining Institute’s Racial Equity Civic Fellowship, which is a full-time detailed staff person housed with the City of Oakland’s Economic Development to advance and implement a racial equity agenda that results in inclusive growth, increased economic security, and reduced racial income disparities.
To produce solutions journalism that advances racial justice, create opportunities for emerging journalists of color to report on community solutions, and build our capacity to reach and engage new audiences.
The purpose of the grant is to support the national cohort of diverse fund managers who will develop and deploy integrated capital dedicated to closing the racial wealth divide.
Georgetown University - McCourt School of Public Policy
The purpose of the grant is to receive the general operations support necessary to successfully graduate 28 Fellows by July 2020. Specifically, the grant will ensure that (1) Georgetown receives payment that will allow Fellows to register for summer classes and obtain their degree and (2) Fellows receive stipends that would allow them to complete their placement performance with integrity.
The purpose of this closeout grant is to support the continuation and development of two of the Initiative for Responsible Investment’s projects: Investing in a Just Transition and the Trustee Leadership Forum for Retirement Security.