Grants Awarded for July 2002

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Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
503 S. Saginaw Street, Suite 1200
Flint, MI 48502
Phone: (810) 238-5651

• Tufts University Nonprofit Sector Leadership Program, Medford, MA, $80,000 to support a professorship in public service.
• Urban Institute, Washington, DC, $50,000 to improve post-secondary educational opportunities for at-risk youth.
• Aspen Institute, Washington, DC, $500,480 to strengthen the Fund for Innovation, Effectiveness, Learning and Dissemination.
• Community Foundation of Greater Flint, MI, $604,000 to improve summer employment opportunities for Flint-area youth.
• Afterschool Alliance, Washington, DC, $1 million to raise awareness and public support for after-school programs.
• Fight Crime: Invest in Kids, Washington, DC, $500,000 to increase awareness of after-school programs for low-income youth.
• National Center for Strategic Nonprofit Planning and Community Leadership, Washington, DC, $500,000 to reduce poverty among young, low-income fathers.
• National Community Education Association, Fairfax, VA, $200,000 to diversify and increase the membership of the association.
• Youth Law Center, San Francisco, $600,000 to increase educational opportunities for vulnerable youth and select three state-based sites for expansion.
• Family and Corrections Network, Palmyra, NY, $75,000 to support the 2002 Joint Conference on Fatherhood.
• National Parenting Association, New York, $100,000 to evaluate private sector responses to low-income parents through the Private Sector Policy Project.
• Center for Public Policy Priorities, Austin, TX, $58,000 to provide support for development issues related to the Texas Fragile Families Initiative.

Lilly Endowment, Inc.
2801 N. Meridian St.
Indianapolis, IN 88068
(317) 924-5471

• Young Audiences of Indiana, Indianapolis, $200,000 for general operating support.
• Area Youth Ministry, Indianapolis, $3,500 to support the Adventure Challenge.
• Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana, Indianapolis, $2,000 for the Life Choices program.
• Camp Fire Boys and Girls, Indianapolis, $4,500 for the WorldWise Summer Program.
• Catholic Youth Organization, Indianapolis, $6,500 for the CYO Camp Rancho Framasa Inclusive Residential Summer Camp.
• Cherubims Inc., Indianapolis, $3,000 for the Cherubims Summer Youth Enrichment Program.
• Dyslexia Institute of Indiana, Indianapolis, $5,500 for Camp Delafield.
• Ebenezer Missionary Baptist Church, Indianapolis, $5,000 for the “Bridging the Gap” summer youth program.
• Good News Mission, Indianapolis, $7,000 to support the Good News Youth Center Outreach.
• Hoosier Capital Girl Scout Council, Indianapolis, $3,500 to support Girl Scouts Out and About!
• Indiana Advocates for Children, Indianapolis, $684,521 to expand training and educational opportunities for professionals and volunteers in the child-welfare and juvenile-justice systems.
• Indiana Youth Institute, Indianapolis, $40,600 for the Career and College Counseling project design phase.
• Indianapolis Northside Interfaith Hospitality Network, Indianapolis, $3,500 to support the Resilient Youth Summer Program.
• Kids in Discipleship and Service (K.I.D.S), Indianapolis, $5,750 for KIDS camp.
• Little Bethel Missionary Baptist Church, Indianapolis, $6,500 for the Summer Youth Outreach Ministry.
• Marion County Family Advocacy Center, Indianapolis, $100,000 for renovation and relocation of the Marion County Family Advocacy Center.
• Metro Ministries, Indianapolis, $6,500 to support the Brightwood Community Center Summer Fun and Frolic.
• Our Home Resident Management Corporation, Indianapolis, $5,000 for the Reading Scouts Sports Enhancement Summer Camp.
• Robinson Community Social Service Foundation, Indianapolis, $6,500 for the Village House Summer Day Camp.
• School on Wheels, Indianapolis, $2,000 to support Taking Tutors to Homeless Children.
• Second Baptist Church, Indianapolis, $5,500 for the Youth Academic and Cultural Enrichment Program.
• Southeast Neighborhood Development, Indianapolis, $6,000 for the Fountain Square Youth Corps.
• Theatre on the Square, Indianapolis, $4,000 for the Youth Artists Program.
• Vivian Smith House Teen Parenting Program, Indianapolis, $5,000 for the Summer Enrichment & Employment (S.E.E.) Program.
• Westminster United Presbyterian Church, Indianapolis, $6,500 for Unlimited Kids.
• Camp Tecumseh YMCA Outdoor Center, Brookston, IN, $750,000 for the Capital Campaign.
• Youth Job Preparedness Program, Indianapolis, $7,500 for the YJP Summer Youth Program.

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
1 Biscayne Tower Ste. 3800
2 S. Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33131
(305) 908-2600

• Children and Family Services Center, Charlotte, NC, $400,000 to build a collaborative model to provide more comprehensive services for children and families.
• Family Resource Center of South Florida, Miami, $56,000 to facilitate family and individual counseling for teens at risk of homelessness.
• California Chicano News Media Association, Los Angeles, $100,000 to revive student newspapers at 10 predominantly Latino high schools.
• The Foundation for the National Capital Region, Washington, DC, $175,000 for a handbook to help newspapers and television stations set up high school student media.
The following grants were given to “aid post-Sept. 11 relief efforts”:
• CASA of Aberdeen Fifth Judicial Circuit, Aberdeen, SD, $25,000.
• Safe Harbor, Aberdeen, SD, $25,000.
• Akron Community Service Center Urban League, Akron, OH, $100,000.
• Boys & Girls Club of Summit County, Akron, OH, $50,000.
• Summit County Community Drug Board, Akron, OH, $25,000.
• Young Men’s Christian Association of Akron, OH, $25,000.
• Boys & Girls Clubs of the Gulf Coast, Biloxi, MS, $10,000.
• Catholic Social & Community Services, Biloxi, MS, $10,000.
• South Mississippi Exchange Clubs Child Abuse Prevention Center, Gulfport, $15,000.
• The Center for Family Services of Palm Beach County, West Palm Beach, FL, $50,000.
• The Lord’s Place and Family Shelter West Palm Beach, West Palm Beach, FL, $15,000.
• Emergency Family Assistance Association, Boulder, CO, $33,520.
• Children’s Haven & Adult Community Services, Sarasota, FL, $40,000.
• HOPE Family Services, Bradenton, FL, $20,000.
• Catholic Social Services of the Diocese of Charlotte, NC, $50,000.
• The Family Shelter, Charlotte, NC, $25,000.
• Family Service Center of S.C., Columbia, $50,000.
• Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services, Dearborn, MI, $100,000.
• Arab-Chaldean Community Social Services Center, Southfield, MI, $100,000.
• Boysville of Michigan, Clinton, $25,000.
• Covenant House Michigan, Detroit, $25,000.
• Jewish Family Service, Southfield, MI, $75,000.
• Lighthouse Emergency Services, Pontiac, MI, $75,000.
• Ozone House, Ann Arbor, MI, $25,000.
• SOS Community Services, Ypsilanti, MI, $25,000.
• St. Peter’s Home for Boys, Detroit, $25,000.
• Starfish Family Services, Inkster, MI, $25,000.
• Boys & Girls Club of Superior, WI, $10,000.
• Boys Club of Duluth, MN, $10,000.
• First Witness Child Abuse Resource Center, Duluth, MN, $20,000.
• Young Men’s Christian Association of Douglas County, Superior, WI, $5,000.
• Boys & Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne, IN, $25,000.
• Fort Wayne Urban League, IN, $5,000.
• Lutheran Social Services, Fort Wayne, IN, $20,000.
• Turnstone Center for Disabled Children & Adults, Fort Wayne, IN, $5,000.
• Young Men’s Christian Association of Fort Wayne, IN, $20,000.
• Young Women’s Christian Association of Fort Wayne, IN, $20,000.
• Crisis Center, Gary, IN, $40,000.
• Community Violence Intervention Center, Grand Forks, ND, $30,000.
• Boys & Girls Clubs of Long Beach, CA, $70,000.
• The Children’s Clinic, Long Beach, CA, $50,000.
• Aspira of Florida, Miami, $35,000.
• Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Miami, $30,000.
• Family Resource Center of South Florida, Miami, $50,000.
• Lutheran Services Florida, Miami, $20,000.
• Switchboard of Miami, $20,000.
• Voices for Children Foundation, Miami, $20,000.
• Community Service Council of Chester County, West Chester, PA, $50,000.
• Family Service of Chester County, West Chester, PA, $100,000.
• Union Organization for Social Service, Pennsauken, PA, $50,000.
• Youth Service, Philadelphia, $25,000.
• Bill Wilson Marriage and Family Counseling Center, Santa Clara, CA, $10,000.
• Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, San Jose, CA, $10,000.
• Youth and Family Assistance, Redwood, CA, $20,000.
• Capital City Youth Services, Tallahassee, FL, $20,000.
• Children’s Home Society of Florida, Tallahassee, $10,000.
• Pace Center for Girls, Tallahassee, FL, $10,000.
• Family Services Institute, Wichita, KS, $10,000.
• Wichita Children’s Home, Wichita, KS, $15,000.

Otto Bremer Foundation
445 Minnesota St., Ste. 2000
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 227-8036

• Neighborhood Involvement Program, Minneapolis, $5,000 to assess the cultural competency of the organization, which provides assistance to underserved neighborhoods.
• North Dakota Community Foundation, Bismarck, $55,000 to evaluate the Resource Center, which provides technical assistance to nonprofits and rural communities.
• West Central Minnesota School-To-Work Partnership, Wilmar, $25,000 for strategic planning during a time of organizational transition.
• Admission Possible, St. Paul, MN, $20,000 to help low-income students prepare for and earn admission into college.
• Belcourt School District No. 7, ND, $75,000 to provide literacy training to children and their parents.
• Community Youth Partners, Fergus Falls, MN, $30,000 for youth activities.
• Cultural Diversity Resources, Moorhead, MN, $33,242 to promote diversity training and community education.
• Dakota County, Hastings, MN, $150,000 for a pilot project designed to expedite juvenile cases.
• District 202, Minneapolis, $20,000 for continued outreach to gay-lesbian-bisexual-transgender homeless youth.
• Extended Family Network, Plymouth, MN, $25,000 to provide a family support model that positively affects the behavior of children.
• Family Support Network, St. Paul, MN, $5,000 for the Parents Helping Parents program in St. Cloud.
• Kinship of Burnett County, Siren, WI, $22,500 for a child mentoring program.
• City of Marshall, MN, $15,000 to purchase equipment and support operations for the Community Plus Program.
• New Directions Youth Ministry, Minneapolis, $3,000 to provide academic support and youth activities in north Minneapolis.
• New Richmond Foundation, WI, $65,000 for youth and family service agencies.
• Northwest Youth and Family Services, Shoreview, MN, $30,000 for a work-readiness program for parents facing completion of public assistance.
• Southside Neighborhood School and Positive Parenting Center, Minneapolis, $20,000 to rebuild facilities and expand services for families at risk for child abuse and neglect.
• Youth Express, St. Paul, MN, $15,000 to provide opportunities for youth leadership, employment and enrichment.
• Youth Farm and Market Project, Minneapolis, $15,000 for Project LEAD, a youth community involvement program.