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Our grant-application process is by invitation only and focuses on large-scale changes for kids and families. We don’t accept or review unsolicited proposals, and there is no avenue for organizations to request an invite for future grant consideration.
Keep an eye on our website, where we post current job openings and available internships.
We don’t provide services or funds to individuals nor are we able to intervene in child welfare and juvenile justice cases. Instead, we partner with public systems and nonprofits to serve families and drive reforms. To find help securing food, housing, employment, health care, counseling and more, check out United Way’s 2-1-1 website.
Due to the volume of requests, we can’t accommodate all requests to speak to an expert. If you’re a journalist, policymaker or public system administrator: We will gladly connect you to one of our experts, who can speak to issues affecting kids and families. Use the form below.
If you’re a student: We recommend taking a closer look at our website, which is packed with data and information on child and family well-being.
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No. We are focused on investments in the United States.
Maybe! If you are a funder interested in supporting innovations for kids, families and communities, please use the form below to contact us. We’d like to hear from you.
If your organization has an existing relationship with us, please direct this question to your designated Foundation contact. We do not review or redistribute video, digital or print content of any kind without an existing professional contact identified.