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America on Tech

Prepares young people of color in underserved communities to be technology leaders through technology courses, mentorship programs, and networking opportunities in order to decrease the economic and racial wealth gap.

  • Total Awarded $135,000
  • Award Years 2021–2024

Caribbean Women’s Health Association

Supports new mothers and their infants in an effort to reduce infant mortality and improve maternal and infant health outcomes through community-based activities for populations disproportionately affected by poor birth, infant and health outcomes.

  • Total Awarded $35,000
  • Award Years 2023–2024

Carroll Gardens Association

Preserves and develops affordable housing, enforces quality housing management practices, promotes small business economic development, and links Carroll Gardens residents to social services.

  • Total Awarded $25,000
  • Award Years 2023–2024
Drive Change

Drive Change

Provides formerly incarcerated young people with four-month paid learning and skills-building fellowships that equip them with the tools to succeed in the food service industry and become leaders in their community.

  • Total Awarded $150,000
  • Award Years 2022–2026
First Tech Fund

First Tech Fund

Equalizes the academic and professional playing field for low-income high school students by providing them with access to free technology and internet access, mentorship, and a digital skills curriculum.

  • Total Awarded $135,000
  • Award Years 2022–2025

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