Our grant recipients generally fall into one of three categories:
- Organizations that work with us to develop and test potential solutions to important public problems;
- Organizations that conduct research to contribute to field knowledge and evaluate what is and is not working; or
- Organizations that help us in communications by getting issues and solutions before those who can help effect change.
Our searchable database contains the names and locations of grantees going back some 20 years, and the size and purpose of their grants. You may search by organization name, topic, state or a combination of all three. We suggest filling out at least one field to narrow down your search, because the database is large and can yield thousands of results.