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 grant is to advance four elements of the River City Capital Investment Corp strategic plan. RCC plans to commission a fundraising feasibility study, develop a new loan product, increase its loan loss reserve, and support ongoing operations.
The purpose of this grant is to advance Center on Wisconsin Strategy’s mission of equity, sustainability, and democracy in cities through peer learning, sharing of best practices, and supporting new, under resourced and marginalized mayors through leadership development opportunities.
The purpose of this grant is to support the development, beta testing, revisions and evaluation of the MORTAR 3.0 curriculum which is geared towards helping minority small business owners expand and tech-enable their businesses.
The purpose of this grant is to provide operational support to the National Black Food and Justice Alliance and the Black Land and Power Project to implement the organizing strategy involving but not limited to listening sessions w/Black farmers and the larger Black community.
The purpose of this grant is to support the production and post-production of A FINE GIRL, a short documentary about Brandi Jarrow, a successful hairstylist in New Orleans who happens to be a trans woman of color. At the Tribeca If/Then Pitch at the 2019 New Orleans Film Festival, the film project was awarded a special jury prize by the Surdna Foundation.
The purpose of this grant is to support the Anti-Monopoly Fund to build a grassroots, sustained, and cross-sector anti-monopoly effort to rein in the power of corporations in the U.S. to the benefit of low- and middle-income people.
Support to partner with Los Angeles Alliance for a New Economy (LAANE) and Pacoima Beautiful over the course of the next year to ensure the full and equitable implementation of the Safe Clean Water Program (SCWP) to treat and recycle rainwater within the flood control district in LA County.
The grant purpose is to provide a final year of support the Partners for Places Program (P4P) – a matching grant program implemented by The Funders Network for Smart Growth and Sustainability (TFN) and The Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN).
The purpose of this grant is to reduce municipal government’s usage of tax breaks for economic development through developing alternative economic development financial products to attract investment and mobilizing municipal investors to push for accountability and transparency.
The purpose of this grant is to provide general operating support to Allied Media Projects in alignment with Thriving Cultures’s strategy to support communities in imagining and practicing racially just systems and structures, translating those ideas into shareable knowledge, and connecting knowledge and community members to opportunities to affect local policy.