We’ve added $100 million to our ongoing support to organizations addressing critical needs, helping to increase medical response capacity, focus on vulnerable populations and help address food insecurity.
The Metropolitan Youth Orchestra uses music to teach life skills to Indianapolis students, even while they are unable to gather together in person.
As the coronavirus exposes inequities in the classroom, these education nonprofits are working to close the gaps.
The Pueblo Relief Fund is working to keep New Mexico’s Native population safe while it helps preserve the rich heritage of the Pueblos.
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Founded fifty years ago, Tucson’s El Rio Health Center keeps finding new ways to keep patients safe and healthy.
Stepped-up meal assistance for seniors during the coronavirus helped create a roadmap for solving longer-term problems in one South Carolina community.
In times of need, local nonprofits provide critical support to underserved communities.
How Atlanta’s Grady Memorial Hospital is staying true to its mission of serving the community’s most vulnerable
The El Paso Community Foundation launches an innovative jobs program that hires laid-off restaurant staff to help feed others in need.
Nashville’s Room in the Inn delivers meals, hot showers, housing and other vital support to the homeless in the community.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Manatee County opens its doors to help emergency and healthcare workers.