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The Rockefeller Foundation has launched an ambitious whole-of-foundation strategy that is tackling the many ways a shifting climate impacts vulnerable communities. We collaborate with unlikely partners across sectors to define priorities, craft partnerships and advance strategies towards scaling people-centered climate solutions. Each step of the way, we build on what we’ve learned from our experience changing food, health, energy, and finance systems over the Foundation’s 110-year history. Consistent with our model and approach, grantmaking is one of many tools the Foundation uses to transform systems, and we do not accept unsolicited grant proposals out of respect for your time.

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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Awarded Oct 06-2023
New Venture Fund 2023
in support of developing and distributing epidemic intelligence software to help establish a more coherent and well-integrated international public health tech landscape
    $2,500,000
    Awarded Aug 29-2023
    United Nations Foundation 2023
    in support of accelerating the impact of the WHO Hub for Pandemic and Epidemic Intelligence, by developing programs for genomics and climate-health intelligence, to help improve pandemic preparedness in the face of climate change
      $2,500,000
      Awarded Aug 28-2023
      Global Resilient Cities Network 2023
      toward the costs of identifying innovative solutions to mitigate the impact of climate change on the health of underserved urban populations globally
        $250,000
        Awarded Jul 27-2023
        Hivos Foundation 2023
        in support of identifying the health and climate priorities of indigenous Amazonian populations, particularly women, and providing technical assistance to implement locally-driven solutions
          $500,000
          Awarded Jul 27-2023
          The University of the West Indies 2023
          in support of developing an assessment and study quantifying the impact of climate change on the health and economies of impoverished and vulnerable Caribbean populations
            $249,975
            Awarded Jul 10-2023
            Makerere University School of Public Health 2023
            In support of developing a climate change vulnerability and adaptation assessment and resilience plan for Uganda’s health systems with a focus on its most vulnerable communities
              $291,683
              Awarded Feb 06-2023
              Harvard University 2023
              for use by its T. H. Chan School of Public Health in support of a commission on the future of post-pandemic health and economic resiliency in Africa
                $301,716
                Awarded Dec 20-2022
                Delta Philanthropies 2022
                for use by its Higherlife Foundation toward the costs of addressing barriers to vaccine demand and improving vaccine uptake by building the capacity of health cadres and local leaders to disseminate accurate and transparent information about the COVID-19 vaccine in Zimbabwe
                  $750,000
                  Awarded Dec 12-2022
                  World Health Organization 2022
                  towards the cost of scaling up, institutionalizing and building capacity for social behavioral insight activities for the purpose of driving demand for vaccine uptake in the African region
                    $499,999