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Summary of Grants Awarded

First Quarter

A $60,000 operating grant to advance state and federal policies that support low-income children and families and improve educational outcomes for children in at-risk communities.

A $121,000 program grant to reduce detention of immigrants, to advocate for universal representation, and to secure comprehensive pro-immigrant policies.

A $100,000 operating grant to expand affordable housing creation in geographic areas of opportunity near jobs, transit, and high-quality schools.

A $50,000 operating grant to inform decision makers and the public and to advocate for policies that promote the human rights of immigrants and advance racial justice in New Jersey.

Funders Collaborative for Immigrant Families in the Garden State

A $50,000 grant to this newly formed collaborative to address the serious and growing needs of immigrant communities in New Jersey.

A $125,000 operating grant to expand access to homes that are affordable through its Build a Thriving New Jersey campaign, and to advance complementary policies that combat homelessness, prevent foreclosure, foster healthy homes, and promote equitable urban development.

A $50,000 program grant for its collaboration with Salvation and Social Justice to engage communities and to foster support for diversifying New Jersey’s segregated schools.

An $80,000 operating challenge grant for its collaboration with Wind of the Spirit to build immigrant power through grassroots organizing and policy innovation to create a more welcoming Garden State.

A $100,000 general operating challenge grant to build a strong statewide coalition to advance immigrant-friendly state policies with an emphasis on advancing campaigns for Fair and Welcoming State and Driver’s License for All.

A $19,652 program grant to research unpredictable scheduling practices and to inform public policies to improve working conditions for low-wage workers.

A $50,000 program grant for its collaboration with Latino Action Network Foundation to engage communities and to foster support for diversifying New Jersey’s segregated schools.

A $50,000 operating grant for its collaboration with Make the Road New Jersey to build immigrant power through grassroots organizing and policy innovation to create a more welcoming Garden State.