In 2018, we produced retrospectives of 4 previous NCRP Impact Awards winners, which were published on PhilanTopic.
Since winning an NCRP Impact Award in 2014, the Hill-Snowdon Foundation has been unrelenting in calling out white supremacy and anti-black racism while taking risks to invest in black-led social change work. Continue Reading
|Liberty Hill Foundation
Liberty Hill Foundation‘s approach over the last forty years has been to ask grassroots community organizing leaders, “How can we help?”
Staff would do what communities asked of them, providing general operating support and multiyear funding, when possible, and stepping back so that community organizers could take the lead. Continue Reading
Too often funders doubt the ability of grassroots leaders to drive change, but NoVo Foundation’s grantee partners are proving them wrong.
NoVo believes that centering the leadership of people who live every day with injustice is the single most powerful way to create transformative change. Continue Reading
|Woods Fund Chicago
Grantees of Woods Fund Chicago are working to move $25 million from Chicago’s operating budget to support trauma-focused and mental health services for some of the most marginalized and vulnerable residents of the city. Continue Reading
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