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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 Nov 01-2023
State Revenue Alliance 2023
in support of coordinating the efforts and building the capacity of grassroots organizations to rebalance state tax and revenue policies that support low-wage workers and climate investments
    Awarded Oct 16-2023
    Missouri Jobs with Justice 2023
    in general support of its mission to organize Missourians to build transformative power for social, racial and economic justice
      Awarded Jul 27-2023
      RF Catalytic Capital, Inc. 2023
      Towards the costs of the Invest in Our Future Fund to accelerate emissions reduction and the equitable implementation of federal funding
        Awarded Jun 13-2023
        American Compass Inc 2023
        in support of the Program on Productive Markets' coalition-building, research and outreach around economic decoupling from China, immigration reform, financial market regulation, industrial policy, and taxation
          Awarded May 31-2023
          Hopewell Fund 2023
          toward the costs of launching the National Tax Container, an initiative to inform state and federal organizations around pro-worker tax and revenue strategies and policies that support low-wage communities
            Awarded May 26-2023
            Asset Funders Network 2023
            In general support of its mission to engage philanthropies to advance economic opportunity and prosperity for low- and moderate-income people.
              Awarded May 16-2023
              Urban Institute 2023
              in support of quantifying the potential impact of baby bonds on racial wealth inequities experienced by underserved communities of color.
                Awarded Dec 16-2022
                Reinvent Stockton Foundation 2022
                for use by its Mayors for a Guaranteed Income in support of increasing awareness of the impact of guaranteed income on low-income communities in the United States
                  Awarded Dec 15-2022
                  Albuquerque Community Foundation 2022
                  for use by its New Mexico Community Trust project in support of a pooled fund to develop strategies, capacities, and campaigns that increase the economic and social welfare of tribal communities in New Mexico