Funders

Our appreciation to the institutions below who make our work possible. Also see our donors.

Current Foundation Funders

Anonymous (2011 – present)
D.C. Children’s Youth Investment Trust Corporation (2006-present)
D.C. Mayor’s Office on Latino Affairs (1992, present)
Eugene and Agnes Meyer Foundation (2012-current)
The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation (1991, 2000-present)
Morris and Share Fund (2012-present) (via Community Foundation for the National Capitol Region)
W.K. Kellogg Foundation (1991, 2008-present)

 

Former Foundation Funders

Anonymous Foundations (2004-2006, 2010-2011)
Arca Foundation (1990-1992)
Brimstone Fund (2000)
Capital One Services, Inc (2005)
Caipirinha Foundation (2009)
Columbus Foundation (2002-2010)
Community Foundation for the National Capitol Region
D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities (2001, 2009)
Fannie Mae Foundation (2005)
Flamboyan Foundation (2011)
Georgia Avenue Family Support Collaborative (2004-present)
Hazen Foundation (1999)
Horning Family Fund (2011) (via Community Foundation for the National Capitol Region)
Humanities Council of Washington (1990-2005)
Initiative to Strengthen Neighborhood Inter-group Assets (1998)
MetLife Foundation (2001)
Meyer Foundation
Anita Mishler Foundation (1991-1994)
Peace Development Fund (1991)
Peppercorn Foundation (2003-2009)
Spencer Foundation (2000-2002)
Schumann Fund for New Jersey (2008-2010)
Staples Foundation for Learning (2008-2009)
Hattie M. Strong Foundation (1991-2002, 2004-2007)
Target Foundation (2008-2009)
Taste of Salt Foundation (2007-2009)
Theodore Roosevelt Bank (1991)
Threshold Foundation (2001, 2005)
Tides Foundation (2001)
Virginia Humanities Council (1991-1992)
Veatch Unitarian Universalist (1991-1992)
Weissberg Foundation (2000-2003)
Wendling Foundation (1997-2005)
Working Assets (2001, 2012)

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