St. Paul, MN
Funding supported development of two Wellbeing Guidebooks, written through an anti-racism equity lens, designed to support wellbeing for caregivers in professional settings and in family settings as they navigate through the COVID-19 pandemic.
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 to focus on four key areas: education, employment, health and housing, as well as the annual Bright Night fundraiser.
Funding supported the North 4 program, focusing on youth development and work readiness for gang-involved youth in North Minneapolis.
Grantmakers for Effective Organizations
Funding supported sponsorship for the 2021 Learning Conference hosted by Grantmakers for Effective Organizations in partnership with the Minnesota Council on Foundations.
Greater Twin Cities United Way
Funding supported the response for youth support and family empowerment during the COVID-19 pandemic as the virus exacerbated needs in the community.
Literacy Matters Foundation
Funding supported general operations for the Mighty Doodle tablet-based platform, which provides one-on-one instruction in a multi-sensory format to tailor reading and writing lessons to individual student needs.
Funding supported individual assistance funds for those experiencing economic hardship from circumstances beyond their control.
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.
Washburn Center for Children
Funding supported Keeping Kids Connected Fund, as well as general operations in providing families with access to mental health services, particularly as families navigate the dual pandemics of COVID-19 and systemic racism.