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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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JANUARY 2021

Awarded Jan 19-2021
Grant The Communications Network 2021
in support of managing The Frank Karel/Rockefeller Foundation Scholarship to provide nonprofit communications leaders free attendance to its annual ComNet conference
    $100,000

    SEPTEMBER 2020

    Awarded Sep 18-2020
    Grant Center for Economic Democracy Inc. 2020
    for use by its Boston Ujima Project toward the costs of providing financial products and technical assistance to Black- and Latinx-owned small businesses in Boston, MA
      $175,000
      Awarded Sep 15-2020
      Grant National Immigration Law Center 2020
      toward the costs of the Protecting Immigrant Families Campaign, an effort to protect access to health care, public services, economic supports and COVID-19 relief for immigrants and their families
        $350,000
        Awarded Sep 14-2020
        Grant 2020
        In support of establishing rapid learning and action networks to share testing solutions that drive reductions in COVID-19 infections throughout health worker settings in South Africa
          $327,654
          Awarded Sep 11-2020
          Grant The/Nudge Foundation 2020
          toward the costs of using data science, machine learning and artificial intelligence to enable systems that will match jobs for migrant workers in India impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
            $50,000
            Awarded Sep 09-2020
            Grant Asset Funders Network 2020
            in general support of its mission to engage philanthropy to advance economic opportunity and prosperity for low- and moderate-income people
              $300,000
              Awarded Sep 08-2020
              Grant 2020
              for use by Baltimore Community Health Worker Corps, toward the costs of a pilot project to recruit and hire workers for COVID-19 contact tracing and care coordination in Baltimore, MD
                $3,000,000
                Awarded Sep 02-2020
                Grant 2020
                in support of strengthening health data systems to enable scale up and use of data analytics by Ministries of Health in at least 4 low-income economy countries, referred to as the “Digital Health Catalytic Fund.”
                  $15,000,000
                  Awarded Sep 01-2020
                  Grant JUST Capital Foundation 2020
                  in general support of its mission to build an economy that works for all Americans by helping companies to improve how they serve all their stakeholders – workers, customers, communities, the environment, and shareholders
                    $300,000