Surdna Foundation Inc

Funder

This Funder Gives Money To:

Group Year Amount Description
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2013 $300,000.00 General/operating support For general support to the Corporation for Enterprise Development's (CFED's) work to align connect and integrate critical asset-building policies and strategies with efforts to improve job quality and entrepreneurship opportunities
Beloved Community Center 2013 $225,000.00 Program development To pursue a more comprehensive implementation of key recommendations made by the historic Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission in order to facilitate the transition of the city of Greensboro toward a more equitable democratic and sustainable community
Institute for Southern Studies 2012 $75,000.00 Program development For the Gulf Community Agenda Report a project to put New Orleans and Gulf recovery back on the national radar and ensure community voices are central to the national Gulf recovery debate
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2012 $15,000.00 Continuing support; Conferences/seminars For the 2012 Assets Learning Conference
Institute for Southern Studies 2011 $75,000.00 Program development; Research To promote a more just and accountable Gulf Coast recovery through public interest journalism research support for community-based organizations and training new media investigative journalists
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2011 $15,000.00 Conferences/seminars For the Assets Learning Conference
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2011 $15,000.00 Program development; Research To enhance and expand CFED's research and technical assistance services to practitioner policy and philanthropy partners in the Greater New Orleans area and Cleveland
Beloved Community Center 2011 $10,000.00 Conferences/seminars To convene a group of AFF-funded truth-seeking processes for the purposes of learning from the truth and reconciliation process in Greensboro as well as from each other's ongoing work
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2010 $200,000.00 Program development; Research For the development and dissemination of research and advocacy products and technical assistance activities that enhance the capacity of local leaders to help residents build and protect assets and strengthen financial security
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2010 $8,000.00 Conferences/seminars For the Innovations Summit: Creating the Future of Economic Opportunities
Beloved Community Center 2010 $4,600.00 Faculty/staff development To allow The Beloved Community Center of Greensboro to hire a transition coach to continue supporting efforts
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2010 $4,500.00 Conferences/seminars To document and attend the convening of Advancing Economic Opportunity and Prosperity in New Orleans
Corporation for Enterprise Development 2009 $100,000.00 Research To support applied research project designed to identify document and assess full range of municipal-level program service and policy innovations underway in key cities to help residents build and protect assets and strengthen financial security
Beloved Community Center 2008 $250,000.00 Program development To engage widening concentric circles of people institutions and communities in implementing key recommendations from Greensboro Truth and Reconciliation Commission and lessons learned from Greensboro Truth and Community Reconciliation Project
Center For Community Change 2008 $15,000.00 Program development For leadership development program Generation Change
Center For Community Change 2007 $100,000.00 Program development To provide low-cost financial services to low-wage workers via prepaid debit card in major cities
Beloved Community Center 2007 $27,500.00 Conferences/seminars To fund convening of Community Reconciliation grantees exploring role collective historical understanding plays in efforts
Southeast Regional Economic Justice Network 2006 $15,000.00 Seed money To establish regional youth training institute for strategic transformational organizing that will train youth and adult leaders organizers and managers for Southern social change organizations
Center for Community Self-Help 2004 $90,000.00 Program development For Surdna Family Child Care Initiative (FCCI)
Center For Community Change 2003 $200,000.00 General/operating support For general support for work on environmental issues
Center for Community Self-Help 2003 $90,000.00 Program development For Surdna Family Child Care Initiative effort to address and solve problems in field of family child care

State: NY

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