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Through grantmaking, The Rockefeller Foundations works to promote the well-being of humanity throughout the world. Use our database to explore active and past grants by commitment and grant amount within the past 5 years.

This database undergoes regularly scheduled updates—please refer to the Foundation’s 990-PF documents for the complete list of all individual grants.

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JUNE 2021

Awarded Jun 22-2021
National Foster Youth Institute 2021
toward the costs of efforts to address the impact of COVID-19 on the child welfare system and issues that prevent foster youth from obtaining economic mobility
    $100,000
    Awarded Jun 16-2021
    Hopewell Fund 2021
    for use by its Social and Economic Strategies Center toward the costs of an effort to address geographic economic inequities that persist in small population, typically conservative-leaning states in the U.S.
      $500,000
      Awarded Jun 15-2021
      Guild of Future Architects 2021
      in support of a film and story festival to elevate and expand the global conversation on food systems' power to advance human and planetary health
        $306,446
        Awarded Jun 09-2021
        New Venture Fund 2021
        for use by its Data.org project, toward the costs of developing software and methods to enable fast, accurate, and distributed analysis of data to prevent future health crises.
          $2,500,000
          Awarded Jun 09-2021
          Broad Institute 2021
          in support of establishing regional genomic surveillance networks that seek to increase the volume and diversity of samples sequenced such that genomic epidemiology can better inform medical and public health counter measures
            $480,000
            Awarded Jun 04-2021
            Center for Taxpayers Rights 2021
            in support of an effort to determine alternatives for the Internal Revenue Service’s administration of the Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit to promote transparency, accessibility and due process, and to examine how state taxes impact low-income taxpayers
              $100,000
              Awarded Jun 04-2021
              Metropolitan Planning Council 2021
              for use by Economic Security for Illinois in support of a campaign to promote the benefits of an expanded and modernized state Earned Income Tax Credit to increase financial security for low- and middle-income people in Illinois
                $300,000
                Awarded Jun 04-2021
                Espacios Abiertos Puerto Rico Inc. 2021
                in general support of its mission to bring about long-term systemic change that will protect and safeguard the well-being and economic security of low- and middle-income families in Puerto Rico
                  $200,000
                  Awarded Jun 03-2021
                  University of Wisconsin-Madison 2021
                  in support of establishing regional genomic surveillance networks that seek to increase the volume and diversity of samples sequenced such that genomic epidemiology can better inform medical and public health counter measures in the Upper Midwest region of the U.S.
                    $339,999