Program goal: To improve conditions and opportunities for the poor and disadvantaged, particularly minorities and young, single mothers.
We fund projects that:
Prepare girls and young women for economic self-sufficiency by:
Reduce the effects of health and social problems that threaten the lives and well-being of girls and young women through direct services and policy and advocacy efforts. Particular emphasis is placed on projects addressing the issues of teen pregnancy, homelessness, and AIDS.
Program goals: To improve the institutions serving people who are homeless and hungry and to promote the independence and reintegration into society of homeless families and adults.
Program goals: To help poor families become more self-sufficient and to preserve the safety of the most vulnerable children.
We fund efforts that:
Priority is given to projects that:
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Program goal: To address the treatment needs of the most underserved, with a focus on women, ex-offenders, and adolescents.
Program goal: To help young people (up to age 24) become better prepared for adulthood. Resources are targeted to low-income neighborhoods where disadvantaged, minority, and poor youth face the most serious obstacles.
Help the hardest-to-reach youth, ages 13 to 18, assume leadership roles and prepare for careers and long-term self-sufficiency, particularly:
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