Through fruitful collaboration, the foundation and grantees together develop new knowledge and insights to help solve important problems in our areas of interest.
Our grantees generally fall into one of three categories:
The organizations we fund to develop and test possible solutions to important public problems;
The researchers whom we commission to contribute to the field's knowledge and to help evaluate what is and is not working; and
The organizations that help us get both issues and solutions before policymakers, field leaders and those who can otherwise influence policy and practice.
Our searchable database includes grantees since the late 1990s sorted by our initiatives and areas of focus, and legacy grants in the early 1990s. Information includes the grant amount, start and end dates, topic and state. We update this database quarterly.
The database has thousands of individual records and we encourage you to narrow your search by one of the filters: grantee name, topic, or state.