Root Capital Named 2021 Origin Charity of the Year
The National Coffee Association recognized Root Capital for its innovative and impactful work to help smallholder coffee farmers thrive.Learn More
FERN Reporting Cited on Last Week Tonight with John Oliver
The program on the spread of COVID-19 in meatpacking plants referred to FERN journalist Leah Douglas’ extensive reporting.Learn More
Spark MicroGrants Featured in Rwandan News
This IGIHE article details how Spark MicroGrants has supported Rwandan households during the pandemic.Learn More
Featured Grantees & PRIs
Beats, Rhymes, and Life
Using hip hop therapy to help boys and men of color engage in healthy forms of expression.
Life Pieces to Masterpieces
Using artistic expression to develop character and unlock potential for African American boys and young men.
Village of Wisdom
Working with families to protect the intellectual curiosity and positive racial self-concept of black children.
Mobilizing women and men to fight sexism and expand women’s rights.
Rockefeller Family Fund: Economic Justice for Women
Seeking to improve the quality of life for working women and their families.
Roots of Empathy
Developing empathy in children today will help them build the world that they deserve.
NYC Inclusive Creative Economy Fund
Investing in mission-driven organizations that offer affordable spaces for businesses in creative industries.
REDF Impact Investing Fund
Supporting employment social enterprises to improve their financial sustainability and strengthen their businesses.
Woodcock Foundation grantmaking is determined on a case-by-case basis through careful deliberation with grantees, trustees, and staff.Learn More
Woodcock Foundation has curated a list of resources for nonprofits and grantmakers.Learn More
Collaborating with our grantees and other foundations is a priority for Woodcock, and something we actively pursue.Learn More