Charles Stewart Mott Foundation

Funder

This Funder Gives Money To:

Group Year Amount Description
NC Justice Center 2016 $35,000.00 Research
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2015 $200,000.00 For Federal and State Asset Policy Project. This renewal grant will enable the Corporation for Enterprise Development to continue its efforts to ensure that by 2025 every child in the United States has a children's savings account. To achieve its vision, the grantee organizes its efforts into four main categories: community practice, applied research, public policy, and stakeholder engagement. Mott funding will support the grantee's work at the state and regional levels. Located in Washington, D.C., the grantee is a national research, practice, and policy intermediary that works to create economic opportunities that alleviate poverty
NC Justice Center 2014 $100,000.00 Policy, advocacy and systems reform
Center For Community Change 2013 $300,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research; Technical assistance To organize training sessions to strengthen capacity of nonprofits and communities in Central and Eastern Europe to use community organizing principles and techniques to engage community residents in addressing issues of common concern United States-based community organizers will provide training and advice to community leaders and nonprofits in Central and Eastern European countries and consult on development of European network for community organizing
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2013 $200,000.00 Advocacy; Program development; Research To develop and advance policy and programmatic solutions that are grounded in ideas research and practices of the asset-building field To realize this goal the organization will engage in a series of complementary activities including policy development and policymaker education coalition building and strategic communications
Center For Community Change 2013 $58,000.00 Continuing support; Publication; Research To document IAF community organizing in Wisconsin with focus on Milwaukee The Center will contract with a researcher/writer to document the experience of the leaders and organizers as this project develops This documentation will be used to inform the field of community organizing researchers on community organizing and funders
Center For Community Change 2013 $46,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research; Technical assistance To organize training sessions to strengthen capacity of nonprofits and communities in Central and Eastern Europe to use community organizing principles and techniques to engage community residents in addressing issues of common concern United States-based community organizers will provide training and advice to community leaders and nonprofits in Central and Eastern European countries and consult on development of European network for community organizing
Center For Community Change 2012 $340,000.00 Program development; Technical assistance For eforts to build the field of community organizing by contracting with training and technical assistance professionals to respond to increased demand from the field With this grant Grantee's work will focus on three major areas: 1) strengthening low-income grassroots organizations in selected regions of the country; 2) building community organizing infrastructure in specific states; and 3) establishing a community organizing pool of talent for the field The ultimate goal of this organizing work is to increase resources and build permanent capacity in the targeted regions to increase the ability of low-income residents to shape the programs and policies that affect their lives
Center For Community Change 2012 $250,000.00 Continuing support; Program development For regranting efforts as part of Intermediary Support for Organizing Communities which will enable grantee to provide grants and technical assistance to community organizations primarily in the following 14 states Delaware District of Columbia Florida Idaho Maryland Montana Nevada Oregon Tennessee Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia and Wyoming which are in the Northwest and mid-Atlantic regions of the US
NC Justice Center 2012 $100,000.00 Program development; Research To support state-level organizations for budget and tax analysis under State Fiscal Analysis Initiative to benefit low-income populations
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2012 $75,000.00 Continuing support; Advocacy; Program development For Federal Microenterprise Policy Expansion Project initiative to advocate for federal policies that increase low-income people's access to credit and technical assistance to start and operate small businesses Corporation will provide technical assistance and work in partnership with Small Business Administration (SBA) officials and program officers to ensure that low-income business owners including new entrepreneurs have access to training and financing It will work with the SBA to enhance various programs' capacity to reach low-income business owners and new entrepreneurs in meaningful ways It will educate legislators on microenterprise development services and the value of investing federal funding to support microentrepreneurs
Center For Community Change 2012 $50,000.00 General/operating support; Continuing support For general support
Center For Community Change 2011 $300,000.00 General/operating support; Continuing support For general support
Center For Community Change 2011 $220,000.00 Continuing support; Program development For regranting efforts as part of Intermediary Support for Organizing Communities which will enable grantee to provide grants and technical assistance to community organizations primarily in the following 14 states Delaware District of Columbia Florida Idaho Maryland Montana Nevada Oregon Tennessee Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia and Wyoming which are in the Northwest and mid-Atlantic regions of the US
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2011 $200,000.00 Continuing support; Advocacy; Program development; Research To develop and promote state and federal asset-building policies for lower-income Americans primarily through Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) Individual Development Accounts are matched savings accounts for lower-income Americans that can be used for high return investments such as buying first home attending college or starting a small business
Center For Community Change 2011 $85,000.00 Continuing support; Publication; Research To support new institution-based community organizing initiative in Milwaukee WI The Center will contract with a researcher/writer to document the experience of the leaders and organizers as this project develops This documentation will be used to inform the field of community organizing researchers on community organizing and funders
Center For Community Change 2011 $40,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Technical assistance For eforts to build the field of community organizing by contracting with training and technical assistance professionals to respond to increased demand from the field
Center For Community Change 2011 $30,000.00 Program development; Research; Technical assistance To organize training sessions to strengthen capacity of nonprofits and communities in Central and Eastern Europe to use community organizing principles and techniques to engage community residents in addressing issues of common concern United States-based community organizers will provide training and advice to community leaders and nonprofits in Central and Eastern European countries and consult on development of European network for community organizing
Center For Community Change 2010 $310,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Technical assistance For technical assistance toward efforts to build the field of community organizing Grantee's work will focus on three major areas: 1) strengthening low-income grassroots organizations in selected regions of the country; 2) building community organizing infrastructure in specific states; and 3) establishing a community organizing pool of talent for the field Ultimate goal of organizing work is to increase resources and build permanent capacity in the targeted regions to increase the ability of low-income residents to shape the programs and policies that affect lives
Center For Community Change 2010 $230,000.00 Program development For regranting efforts as part of Intermediary Support for Organizing Communities which will enable grantee to provide grants and technical assistance to community organizations primarily in the following 14 states Delaware District of Columbia Florida Idaho Maryland Montana Nevada Oregon Tennessee Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia and Wyoming which are in the Northwest and mid-Atlantic regions of the US
NC Justice Center 2010 $100,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research To support state-level organizations for budget and tax analysis under State Fiscal Analysis Initiative to benefit low-income populations
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2010 $75,000.00 Advocacy; Program development To endorse federal policies that increase low-income people's access to credit and technical assistance to start and operate small businesses including convening Microenterprise Anti-Poverty Policy Consortium multiagency effort to advance policy initiatives in support of microenterprise; promoting microenterprise as eligible economic activity under Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program; including small business development as eligible use for retirement savings accounts; expanding existing infrastructure of community-based nonprofits that support entrepreneurs; and advocating for increased federal investment in microenterprise
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2010 $75,000.00 Continuing support; Advocacy; Program development To advocate for federal policies that increase low-income people's access to credit and technical assistance to start and operate small businesses Some of the activities to be pursued during the grant period include convening Microenterprise Anti-Poverty Policy Consortium multiagency effort to inform public policy of the poverty reducing impacts of microenterprise; promoting microenterprise as eligible economic activity under the Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) program; and expanding federal investment in microenterprise programs through the Small Business Administration's business assistance and lending program
Center For Community Change 2010 $50,000.00 Continuing support; Publication; Electronic media/online services; Research For research to create a historical record and system for documenting history of community organizing in the United States Center will collect and organize data and stories and publish and post results on the Internet for use by other researchers and writers
Center For Community Change 2010 $35,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research; Technical assistance To organize training sessions to strengthen capacity of nonprofits and communities in Central and Eastern Europe to use community organizing principles and techniques to engage community residents in addressing issues of common concern United States-based community organizers will provide training and advice to community leaders and nonprofits in Central and Eastern European countries and consult on development of European network for community organizing
Center For Community Change 2010 $30,000.00 Continuing support; Publication; Research For research as part of new institution-based community organizing initiative in Milwaukee WI Center will contract with researcher/writer to document experience of leaders and organizers as project develops Documentation will be used to inform field of community organizing researchers on community organizing and funders
Center For Community Change 2010 $25,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research; Technical assistance To organize training sessions to strengthen capacity of nonprofits and communities in Central and Eastern Europe to use community organizing principles and techniques to engage community residents in addressing issues of common concern United States-based community organizers will provide training and advice to community leaders and nonprofits in Central and Eastern European countries and consult on development of European network for community organizing
Center For Community Change 2009 $1,000,000.00 General/operating support; Capital campaigns For general support as part of 40th Anniversary Challenge Campaign
Center For Community Change 2009 $1,000,000.00 General/operating support; Income development; Program development; Research For operating support in effort to provide consultation training research and technical assistance to help local residents develop capacity to participate effectively in shaping policy decisions that affect families and communities Grant is part of 40th Anniversary Challenge Campaign
Center For Community Change 2009 $300,000.00 Publication; Research To contract with researcher/writer to document experience of leaders and organizers of new institution-based community organizing initiative in Wisconsin Documentation will be used to inform field of community organizing researchers on community organizing and funders
Center For Community Change 2009 $258,000.00 Continuing support; Program development For regranting efforts as part of Intermediary Support for Organizing Communities which will enable grantee to provide grants and technical assistance to community organizations primarily in the following 14 states Delaware District of Columbia Florida Idaho Maryland Montana Nevada Oregon Tennessee Utah Virginia Washington West Virginia and Wyoming which are in the Northwest and mid-Atlantic regions of the US
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2009 $200,000.00 Continuing support; Advocacy; Program development; Research To develop and promote state and federal asset-building policies for lower-income Americans primarily through Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) Individual Development Accounts are matched savings accounts for lower-income Americans that can be used for high return investments such as buying first home attending college or starting a small business
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2009 $75,000.00 Continuing support; Advocacy; Program development For Federal Microenterprise Policy Expansion Project initiative to advocate for federal policies that increase low-income people's access to credit and technical assistance to start and operate small businesses
Center For Community Change 2009 $32,000.00 Publication; Research To contract with researcher/writer to document experience of leaders and organizers of new institution-based community organizing initiative in Wisconsin Documentation will be used to inform field of community organizing researchers on community organizing and funders
Center For Community Change 2009 $23,000.00 Conferences/seminars; Technical assistance For initiative seeking to train staff and leaders in Central and Eastern Europe in arts and disciplines of community organizing During the grant period grantee will organize three conferences to provide training in community organizing
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2009 $7,500.00 Income development; Conferences/seminars Toward 30th Anniversary Benefit Gala focused on Creating the Future of Economic Opportunity as well as inaugural national innovation summit
Center For Community Change 2008 $1,000,000.00 Income development; Matching/challenge support For 40th Anniversary Challenge Campaign fundraising effort to support venture fund for new opportunities leadership development and institutional support
Center For Community Change 2008 $300,000.00 Research To document IAF Community Organizing in Wisconsin
Center For Community Change 2008 $251,000.00 Continuing support; Seed money; Technical assistance For regranting efforts for Intermediary Support for Organizing Communities which provides seed grants and technical assistance to emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods
MDC 2008 $150,000.00 Program development To promote development and sustainability of state and federal programs and policies that expand asset-building incentives and opportunities for low- and moderate-income families
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2008 $140,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Technical assistance To provide technical assistance for Allowing Enterprise: Federal Microenterprise Policy Project which supports established and emerging state microenterprise organizations
NC Justice Center 2008 $100,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research To support state-level organizations for budget and tax analysis under State Fiscal Analysis Initiative to benefit low-income populations
Center For Community Change 2008 $89,700.00 Research To document IAF Community Organizing in Wisconsin
Center For Community Change 2008 $85,000.00 Continuing support; Publication; Electronic media/online services; Research To create historical record and system for documenting history of community organizing in the US Through research and interviews Center will collect and organize data and stories publish results and also post results on the Internet for use by other researchers and writers
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2008 $25,000.00 Conferences/seminars For Assets Learning Conference networking and learning event inasset-building field which provides opportunity for leaders from all sectors to discuss best ways to improve financial security for all Americans but especially those from low- and moderate-income households
Center For Community Change 2007 $300,000.00 General/operating support; Continuing support For general support
Center For Community Change 2007 $300,000.00 Publication; Electronic media/online services; Research To create historical record and system for documenting history of community organizing in the US Through research and interviews Center will collect and organize data and stories publish results and also post results on the Internet for use by other researchers and writers
Center For Community Change 2007 $251,000.00 Continuing support; Seed money; Technical assistance For regranting efforts for Intermediary Support for Organizing Communities which provides seed grants and technical assistance to emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods in Northwest and Mid-Atlantic regions
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2007 $200,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research To develop and promote state and federal asset-building policies for lower-income Americans primarily through Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) Individual Development Accounts are matched savings accounts for lower-income Americans that can be used for high return investments such as buying first home attending college or starting a small business
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2007 $175,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Technical assistance To provide technical assistance for Allowing Enterprise: Federal Microenterprise Policy Project which supports established and emerging state microenterprise organizations
Center For Community Change 2007 $125,000.00 Publication; Electronic media/online services; Research To create historical record and system for documenting history of community organizing in the US Through research and interviews Center will collect and organize data and stories publish results and also post results on the Internet for use by other researchers and writers
Center for Responsible Lending 2007 $34,500.00 Program development; Research; Technical assistance Toward initiative entitled Community Outreach on Housing Foreclosure and Predatory Lending to reach out to community leaders in selected states to provide research and training for community leaders and policymakers in order to assist existing borrowers and implement lending standards
Center For Community Change 2006 $370,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Technical assistance For technical assistance to build field of community organizing in order to increase resources and build permanent capacity in targeted regions of US to increase ability of low-income residents to shape programs that affect their lives
Center For Community Change 2006 $251,000.00 Continuing support; Seed money; Technical assistance For Intermediary Support for Organizing Communities which provides seed grants and technical assistance to emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods in Northwest and Mid-Atlantic regions
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2006 $244,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Technical assistance To provide technical assistance for Allowing Enterprise: Federal Microenterprise Policy Project which supports established and emerging state microenterprise organizations
NC Justice Center 2006 $100,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research To support state-level organizations for budget and tax analysis under State Fiscal Analysis Initiative to benefit low-income populations
Center For Community Change 2006 $50,000.00 Management development/capacity building; Program development For strategic planning for Developing New Generation of Nonprofit Leaders effort to recruit train and support tomorrow's grassroots organizers and leaders
MDC 2006 $50,000.00 Program development; Research For Latino Pathways Initiative, pilot project to form partnerships consisting of employers, community golleges, grassroots Latino organizations, and workforce agencies to increase job entry, retention, and advancement for Latino immigrants
Center For Community Change 2005 $330,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Publication; Research; Technical assistance Toward technical assistance for Education Project which assists local community-driven school reform efforts focusing on elementary school age children publishes Education Organizing and explores potential policy initiatives
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2005 $325,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research To develop and promote state and federal asset-building policies for lower-income Americans primarily through Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) Individual Development Accounts are matched savings accounts for lower-income Americans that can be used for high return investments such as buying first home attending college or starting a small business
Center For Community Change 2005 $250,000.00 Continuing support; Seed money; Technical assistance For continued support for regranting efforts of Intermediary Support for Organizing Communities program which provides start-up support and technical assistance to emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2005 $200,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research To develop and promote state and federal asset-building policies for lower-income Americans primarily through Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) Individual Development Accounts are matched savings accounts for lower-income Americans that can be used for high return investments such as buying first home attending college or starting a small business
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2005 $100,000.00 Continuing support; Research For research project Integrating Savings and Credit: A Strategy for Enhanced Asset Development Among Microentrepreneurs effort to explore assimilation of two asset development and accumulation strategies Individual Development Account (IDA) programs and Micro-Enterprise Development (MED) Strategies
Mountain True 2005 $60,000.00 For Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) relicensing in Western NC
Center For Community Change 2005 $25,000.00 Program development; Research Toward outreach and education to grassroots organizations on federal budget issues
Center For Community Change 2005 $15,000.00 Internship funds; Technical assistance For internship program for students participating in Campus-Based Living Wage Coalition helping them develop skills for nonprofit leadership and desire for career in organizing or other positions in nonprofit sector
Center For Community Change 2004 $650,000.00 General/operating support; Continuing support For general support
Center For Community Change 2004 $350,000.00 Program development; Technical assistance For technical assistance to build field of community organizing in order to increase resources and build permanent capacity in targeted regions of US to increase ability of low-income residents to shape programs that affect their lives
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2004 $325,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Technical assistance For continued support for Allowing Enterprise: Federal Microenterprise Policy Project
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2004 $300,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research To develop and promote state and federal asset-building policies for lower-income Americans primarily through Individual Development Accounts (IDAs) Individual Development Accounts are matched savings accounts for lower-income Americans that can be used for high return investments such as buying first home attending college or starting a small business
Center For Community Change 2004 $250,000.00 Continuing support; Seed money; Technical assistance For continued support for regranting efforts of Intermediary Support for Organizing Communities program which provides start-up support and technical assistance to emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods
NC Justice Center 2004 $100,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Research To support state-level organizations for budget and tax analysis under State Fiscal Analysis Initiative to benefit low-income populations
Center For Community Change 2003 $500,000.00 Continuing support; Program development Toward efforts to advance national agenda on jobs and income security
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2003 $300,000.00 Continuing support; Program development To develop and promote state and federal asset-building policies for lower-income Americans using initiatives such as Individual Development Accounts (IDAs)
Center For Community Change 2003 $250,000.00 Continuing support; Seed money; Technical assistance For continued support for regranting efforts of Intermediary Support for Organizing Communities program which provides start-up support and technical assistance to emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2003 $250,000.00 Research For research project Integrating Savings and Credit: A Strategy for Enhanced Asset Development Among Microentrepreneurs effort to explore assimilation of two asset development and accumulation strategies Individual Development Account (IDA) programs and Micro-Enterprise Development (MED) Strategies
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2003 $175,000.00 Continuing support; Program development; Technical assistance For continued support for Allowing Enterprise: Federal Microenterprise Policy Project
Mountain True 2003 $80,000.00 For Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) relicensing in Western NC
Center For Community Change 2003 $75,000.00 Income development; Research For research on efforts to increase and diversify revenue bases of US community organizing groups

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