(Refugee Week/Counterpoints Arts)

Who We Fund

Who We Fund


We make grants in the United States and the United Kingdom to organizations whose activities are strongly aligned with our mission, and which are aligned with our priorities under our Strategic Plan for 2014-2018. Read more about our selection process.
 

2016 US Grantmaking

US Program 

As of July 2016, we have awarded 20 grants, totaling  $2,357,000.

Asian Pacific Institute on
  Gender-Based Violence, 
2016-2017
Black Alliance for
  Just Immigration, 
2016-2017
Church World Service, 2016
ColorOfChange.org, 2016-2017
The Center for National
  Policy, 2016-2017
Coalition for Humane Immigrant
  Rights of Los Angeles
, 2016-2017
Define American, 2016
Florida Civic Engagement
  Table
, 2016-2017
Grantmakers Concerned with
  Immigrants and Refugees,

  2016-2017
Mi familia Vota Education
  Fund,
2016-2017

National Domestic Workers
  Alliance, Inc, 
2016
National Queer Asian Pacific
  Islander Alliance, 
2016-2018
National Partnership for
  New Americans, 
2016-2017
New American Leaders Project,
  
2016-2018
New Immigration Law Center,
 
 2015
NEO Philanthropy, Inc., 2016-2017
The Opportunity Agenda,
  2016-2018
Partnership for a New
  American Economy, 
2016-2017
PICO National Network,
  2016-2017
Race Forward, 2016

2016 UK Grantmaking

UK Program 

As of April 2016, we have awarded 8 grants, totaling  £735,000.

Asylum Support Appeals Project,
  2016-2019
BtB Education Limited, 2016-2018
Center for the Study of Emotion
  and Law,
2016-2018
HOPE not hate Educational
  Limited,
2016-2018
Market and Opinion Research
  International Limited,
2016-2017
Migration Museum Project,
  
2016-2019
Modern Brit Ltd, 2016-2017
Refugee Action, 2016-2019

2015 US Grantmaking

US Program 

We awarded 43 grants, totaling  $5,560,717.

American Immigration Council,
  2009-2017
America's Voice Education
  Fund, 2009-2017 
Arizona Dream Act Coalition, 
  2013-2016 
Arts in a Changing America, 
  2015-2016
Asian American Writers’
  Workshop, 
2015-2016
Asian Pacific Environmental
  Network, 2015-2016
Black Alliance for Just
  Immigration,
2015-2016
Black Organizing for Leadership
  and Dignity, 2016
California Immigrant Youth 
  Justice Alliance,
 2014-2016
Catholic Legal Immigration
  Network Inc.,
 2014-2016
Common Counsel Foundation,
  2015-2017
CultureStrike, 2013-2016
Define American, 2011-2016
Florida Immigrant Coalition, Inc.,
  2015-2016
Futuro Media Group,
  2015-2017

Grantmakers for Effective
  Organizations, 2015-2016
Immigrant Legal Resource
  Center, 2013-2016
Institute for Asian Pacific
  American Leadership and
  Advancement, 2015
Institute for Justice and
  Journalism, 2015
Leadership Conference Education
  Fund Inc., 2015-2016
Mayor's Fund to Advance NYC,
  2015
Mobilize the Immigrant Vote, 2015-2016
National Day Laborer Organizing
  Network,
 2012-2016
National Domestic Works
  Alliance Inc.,
 2015-2016
National Immigration Law Center,
  2015-2017
National Partnership for New
  Americans, 
2014-2016
NEO Philanthropy (For the Four
  Freedoms Fund and to fund
  specific issue areas),
 2012-2017
 New American Leaders Project,
  2013-2016
New Orleans Workers Center for
  Racial Justice,
 2015-2016

New York Immigration
  Coalition Inc,
 2015-2016
#Not1More, 2016-2017
Partnership for a New American
  Economy Research
  Fund Inc.,
 2015-2016
Philanthropy New York Inc.,
  2015-2016
PICO National Network, 2013-2016
Presente.org, 2011-2016
Puente Human Rights Movement,
  2014-2016
Rabble Rouser Media Inc., 2015
Southern Poverty Law Center Inc,
  2015-2017
United We Dream Network Inc,
  2009-2015
Voices of Our Nations Arts
  Foundation, a project of Media
  Alliance,
 2015-2016
Welcoming America Inc.,
  2009-2016

2015 UK Grantmaking

UK Program 

We awarded 21 grants, totaling £2,239,000.

Bite the Ballot (CIC), 2014-2017
British Future, 2012-2017
Btb Education Limited, 
  
2015-2016
Central England Law
  Centre Limited
, 2015-2018
City of Sanctuary, 2015-2018
Common Purpose
  International, 
2015-2016
EFA London, 2015-2017
Global Dialogue, 2010-2017
HOPE not Hate Educational
  Limited,
2012-2016
Immigration Law Practitioners'
  Association, 
2015-2016
Institute for Public Policy
  Research,
2010-2017
Justice for Kids Law,
  2015-2017

JUSTICE, 2015-2017
Migrant and Refugee
  Communities Forum,
2013-2017
New Economy Organisers
  Network,
2015-2018
Rights of Women, 2010-2017
Social Change Initiative,
  2015-2018 
Southall Black Sisters, 2011-2017
The Education Endowment
  Foundation (English as
  Additional Language
  Randomized Controlled Trials),

  2015-2018
University of Kent, Kent Law
  School,
 2012-2018
Women for Refugee Women, 2011-2017

2014 US Grantmaking

US Program

We awarded 33 grants, totaling $4,472,700. 

America's Voice Education Fund
  (including support for Alliance
  for Citizenship), 
2009-2015
American Civil Liberties Union
  Foundation Inc., 
2009-2016
American Immigration Council
  Inc., 
2008-2015
Black Alliance for Just
  Immigration, 
2014-2015
California Immigrant Youth
  Justice Alliance, 
2014-2016
Caring Across Generations, 
  
2012-2015
Catholic Legal Immigration
  Network, Inc., 
2014-2015
CultureStrike, 2013-2016
Florida Immigration
  Coalition, 
2014-2015
Grantmakers Concerned with
  Immigrants and Refugees, 
  
2009-2016
Hawaii Community
  Foundation, 
2014-2015

Kids In Need of Defense,
  Inc., 
2014-2015
Mi Familia Vota Education
  Fund, 
2014-2015
Migration Policy Institute, 2009-
  2010, 2012-2016
Moore and Associates
  (Aasaf Mandvi's web series,
  Halal In the Family), 
2014-2015
National Association of Latino
  Elected Officials NALEO
  Education Fund, 
2014-2015
National Day Laborer Organizing
  Network, 
2012-2016
National Domestic Workers
  Alliance, Inc., 
2013-2015
National Immigration Law
  Center, 
2009-2015
National Partnership for New
  Americans, 
2014-2016
New Orleans Workers
  Center for Racial Justice, 
  
2012-2015
 

New York Community Trust,
  2011-2015
Opportunity Agenda, 2008-2016
Pan Left Productions-Puente
  Human Rights Movement, 
  
2014-2015
PICO National Network, 
  
2013-2016
Presente.org, 2013-2015
Proteus, Inc (to help DACA-
  eligible youth meet DACA's 
  education requirements and 
  to improve their vocational 
  prospects), 
2014-2015
Public Interest Projects Inc.
  (to re-grant funds to regional
  groups), 
2009-2015
Race Forward, 2014-2015
United We Dream Network
  Inc., 
2009-2015
Welcoming America Inc., 
  
2009-2016
Women's Refugee Commission,
  
2014-2015

2014 UK Grantmaking

UK Program

We awarded 21 grants totaling £2,239,000

Advice on Individual Rights in
  Europe
, 2014-2017
America's Voice Education Fund
  (to organize a learning trip to DC
  for UK leaders)
, 2014-2015
Bite The Ballot CIC, 2014-2015
British Refugee Council
  2014-2015
Centro Presente Inc. 
  (Movement Mastery trainings in
  the UK and Europe)
, 2014-2016
Citizens UK, 2009-2017
Coram Children's Legal Centre
  Limited
, 2009-2017
Counterpoints Arts, 2011-2017
 







 

 

 

 

Ealing Law Centre, 2014-2015
Hope not Hate Educational
  Limited, 
2012-2015
JUSTICE, 2014-2017
IPSOS MORI, 2012-2015
MASS1 Ltd, 2014-2015
Migration Observatory, 2009-2017
Praxis Community Projects, 
  
2013-2016
Project Seventeen, 2014-2016
Purpose Europe Ltd, 2014-2015
Refugee Support Network, 
  2014-2016
Resolution Foundation, 
  2012-2015

 

 

 

 

 

 

Solicitors Regulation
  Authority
, 2014-2015
Student Action for
  Refugees
, 2010-2017
Swarm Partners Ltd, 2013-2015
The Bell Educational Trust
  Limited (to improve the
  educational attainment of EAL
  learners)
, 2014-2016
The Legal Education Foundation
  (for the Justice First
  Fellowship)
, 2013-2016
Trust for London Trustee
  (for the Strategic Legal Fund)

  2014-2016

 

*Dates correspond to duration of funding, starting with award date. 

Linked here is a full list of our US and UK Program grants, dating back to 2008. We have included grant descriptions where the grant is to an intermediary, or to provide further information. We are committed to providing the most effective type of grantmaking support for our grantees that we can. 

File Full_Grants_List_July_2016.xlsx

 

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