Celebrating Our Grantees

Acumen: Building transformative
businesses with patient capital

 
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Free Press: Reforming media and
transforming democracy

 
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Fair Food Network: Growing the Good

 
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PHI: Promoting Quality Care through Quality Jobs

 
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Calvert Foundation: Empowering Donors
to Invest in Communities

 
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REDF: Creating Job Opportunities
through Social Enterprise

 
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FoodCorps: Cultivating a new generation of farmers, public health leaders, and healthy kids

 
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Yellowstone to Yukon: Connecting Landscapes, Naturally

 
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Miistakis: Bridging the gap between science and communities in the ecosystems of the Rockies

 
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Pro Mujer: Sustaining livelihoods for
Latin America's poorest women

 
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IDEO.org: Empowering the poor through Human-Centered design solutions

 
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FERN: Inspiring and informing in the areas of Food, Agriculture, and Environment

 
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Make it Work: Advancing economic security for women, men and families across America

 
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Ultraviolet: Educating and mobilizing the public for equality and progress

 
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Wedu: Investing in Women who Lead the Change

 
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Encouraging leadership and entrepreneurship to improve the educational, economic and environmental situations of those most in need.

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Grantee Highlights

  • IDEO.org Partners with D.Light to Launch A1 Solar Light

    The A1 is the most affordable solar light of its kind, making solar energy accessible to all families.
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  • Calvert Foundation Launches Age Strong Initiative in the U.S.

    The initiative will improve affordable housing, healthy food access and financial security for vulnerable people over age fifty.
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  • REDF Receives $7 Million Social Innovation Fund Grant to Expand Social Enterprises

    The grant will be used to invest in social enterprises that provide support and jobs for people who face significant barriers to employment.
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