Celebrating Our Grantees
Acumen: Building transformative
businesses with patient capital.
Free Press: Reforming media and transforming democracy.
Fair Food Network: Designing a food system that upholds the right to healthy, fresh, and sustainably-grown food.
PHI: Promoting quality care through quality jobs.
REDF: Creating job opportunities through social enterprise.
FoodCorps: Cultivating a new generation of farmers, public health leaders, and healthy kids.
Yellowstone to Yukon: Connecting and protecting habitat from Yellowstone to Yukon so people and nature can thrive.
Miistakis: Bridging the gap between science and communities in the ecosystems of the Rockies.
IDEO.org: Empowering the poor through human-centered design solutions.
FERN: Inspiring and informing in the areas of food, agriculture, and environment.
National Young Farmers Coalition: Advocating for young and beginning farmers across the country.
Spark MicroGrants: Enabling communities to design and launch their own social impact projects.
CLLC: Conserving nature by connecting people across cultures and geographies.
UltraViolet: Mobilizing women and men to fight sexism and expand women's rights.
Rockefeller Family Fund: Seeking to improve the quality of life for working women and their families.
Florida Rights Restoration Coalition: Creating a more comprehensive and humane reentry system.
Encouraging leadership and entrepreneurship to improve the educational, economic and environmental situations of those most in need.
Grantee and PRI Highlights
The Castanea Fellowship Announces its 2019 Fellows
During the fellowship, the 12 inaugural Castanea Fellows will leverage cross-sector perspectives & learn from local, regional, and national innovations to bolster their collective leadership.
FRRC Wins 2019 Clarence B. Jones Impact Award
FRRC was unanimously selected by the Jones Award judging panel to receive this award, which celebrates communications for good that made a difference.
Design with Nature Now Exhibit Features the Work of Y2Y
Design with Nature Now exhibit hosted in Philadelphia showcased the work of Y2Y and the global survey of ecological design in the 21st century.