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Doris Duke Charitable Foundation Announces Grants Dedicated to the Well-being of Native Communities

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07/09/2020
DDCF today announced seven grants, totaling more than $4.5 million, to the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries and Museums; Covenant House Alaska; First Peoples Fund; IllumiNative; National Indian Child Welfare Association; Parents and...
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JPMorgan Chase Shares New Approaches to Summer Youth Employment Programs in Response to COVID-19

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07/08/2020
JPMorgan Chase is helping more than 20 U.S. cities prepare thousands of young people for the future of work through new approaches to Summer Youth Employment Programs (SYEP) in response to the COVID-19 crisis and this moment of change in the U.S.

Asian American Leaders In A Moment Of Pride And Peril - Featuring Don Chen, Surdna Foundation and Taryn Higashi, Unbound Philanthropy

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06/30/2020
Asian American leaders in philanthropy dicscuss anti-Asian bigotry and xenophobia, their foundation's response to the COVID-19 crisis, and philanthropy's role in promoting people of color into executive roles.

Rockefeller Brothers Fund Increases Spending to Seize ‘Hinge Moment in History’

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06/30/2020
The Rockefeller Brothers Fund announced today that it will increase its annual spending to allocate an additional $48 million over the next five years to address critical system failures that underlie both the COVID-19 pandemic and the enduring...

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Announces Freedom to Read: "Million Book Project" Brings Literature to 1,000 US Prisons

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06/30/2020
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and Yale Law School’s Justice Collaboratory announcesa new initiative to distribute a curated 500-book collection to 1,000 medium and maximum security prisons, including at least one juvenile detention center, across...
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