Saint Paul, MN
Funding supported the Knowledge Toolkit to help meet demand from organizations that want to learn about and prepare for new ways of working with children who are involved in the child welfare system.
Center for Effective Philanthropy
Funding supported the 2019 CEP Conference in Minneapolis.
Common Sense Media
San Francisco, CA
Funding provided sponsorship for the annual fundraising event.
Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute (CCAI)
Funding supported the Foster Youth Internship Program, which provides interns with a Capitol Hill internship experience that develops and launches young people in their professional careers.
Funding supported general operations by continuing focus on four key issue areas: education, employment, health and housing.
Funding supported the North 4 program, focusing on youth development and work readiness for gang-involved youth in north Minneapolis.
Funding sponsors the 2020 Collective Impact Convening in Minneapolis, which will highlight the successful collective efforts in the Twin Cities to lift up partners and the community as a national leader in philanthropy.
International Rescue Committee
New York, NY
Funding supported post-release services for unaccompanied children in U.S. custody who were separated from their parents at the border.
Luther Place Memorial Church
Funding supported general operating expenses for the community of disciples offering hospitality through worship, fellowship and ministry.
Funding supported the efforts of the Minnesota Talent Funders Collaborative.
N Street Village
Funding supported general operating expenses to empower homeless and low-income women to claim their highest quality of life by offering a broad spectrum of services, housing and advocacy.
Funding supported the National Bullying Prevention Center, teaching students how to respond to bullying and adults how to react when a child asks for help.
Relate Counseling Center
Funding supported general operations to provide quality mental and chemical health services to children and youth in the west metro.
Funding supported the Nourishing Russia’s Vulnerable Children project by leading a local and global effort to transform nutrition and feeding for underserved children in Russia.
Tacoma Art Museum
Funding supported “Project 562,” a multiyear photography project dedicated to photographing over 500 federally recognized tribes in the United States in order to portray contemporary Native Americans.
Washburn Center for Children
Funding supported general operations for the community mental health center focused on children’s mental health.