Kresge Foundation grants $5 million to 10 organizations advancing the social and economic mobility of families
The Kresge Foundation’s Human Services Program has awarded $5 million in grants to 10 human services organizations committed to advancing the social and economic mobility of children and families living with low incomes in America’s cities. These organizations will make up the second cohort of the foundation’s national Next Generation initiative.
The second national cohort of Next Generation organizations includes:
Allegheny County Department of Human Services, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Hispanic Unity of Florida, Hollywood, Florida
Jeremiah Program, Minneapolis, Minnesota
Maricopa County Department of Human Services, Phoenix, Arizona
Martha O’Bryan Center, Nashville, Tennessee
The Mary Center for Maternal and Child Care, Adelphi, Maryland
Metropolitan Action Commission, Nashville, Tennessee
Olmsted County, Rochester, Minnesota
Washington State Department of Social and Health Services, Everett, Washington
In addition to receiving a $500,000 grant, cohort partners will also participate in a two-year learning and collaboration program.
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