Lilly Endowment Inc.
2801 N. Meridian St.
P.O. Box 88068
Indianapolis, IN 46208
All organizations are located in Indianapolis unless otherwise noted.
• Indiana Sports Corp., $500,000 for youth activities and rent relief for sports-governing bodies.
• Bicycle Action Project, $140,000 for general support.
• Center for Leadership Development, $250,000 for general support.
• Indiana Blind Children’s Foundation, $1,999,795 for technology-based programs for student learning.
• Lutheran Child and Family Services of Indiana, $45,000 for public relations development.
• Marion County Commission on Youth, $200,000 for study and planning related to the Marion County Child Welfare System.
• Marion County Commission on Youth, $150,000 for general support.
• National Federation of State High School Associations, $50,000 for the 2003 Student Leadership Conference.
• Search Institute, Minneapolis, $200,000 to disseminate youth development research and best practices.
Jessie Ball Dupont Fund
First Union Bank Tower
225 Water Street, Suite 1200
Jacksonville, FL 32202
• Archdiocese of Miami, Miami Shores, Fla., $140,000 for equipment and start-up for a child care facility.
• Baptist Health, Jacksonville, Fla., $80,232 for an adolescent mentoring and job training program.
• National Council on Crime and Delinquency, Oakland, Calif., $66,000 to assess teen victimization issues and develop responses.
• Children’s Home Society, Winter Park, Fla., $44,000 to educate policy-makers and the community about the implication of reduced funding for children’s services.
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
College Road East
Princeton, NJ 08543
The following grants are for the Covering Kids and Families program unless otherwise indicated.
• State of Georgia Department of Community Health, Atlanta, $1 million.
• Maine Ambulatory Care Coalition, Augusta, $200,000.
• Washington Health Foundation, Seattle, $150,000.
• Rhode Island KIDS COUNT, Providence, $899,998.
• State of Nevada Department of Human Resources, Carson City, $800,000.
• Missouri Coalition for Primary Health Care, Jefferson City, $800,000.
• State of Mississippi Office of the Governor, Jackson, $900,000.
• Agenda for Children, New Orleans, $995,053.
• Legal Action Center of the City of New York, $300,000 for improving policy effectiveness of substance abuse treatment and prevention programs.
• University of Rhode Island Cancer Prevention Research Center, Kingston, $300,000 for improving prevention and treatment program for alcohol and tobacco use.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
P.O. Box 23350
Seattle, WA 98102
• Big Picture Company, Providence, R.I., $1.9 million for general support.
• Black Alliance of Educational Options, Washington, $4 million to create 15 new high schools.
• The Commonwealth Corp. Center for Youth Development, Boston, $4.5 million to develop and create high schools.
• Communities in Schools, Atlanta, $6.3 million to create 25 new high schools.
• National Association of Street Schools, Denver, $1.1 million to transform 20 existing schools and create 10 new high schools.
• National League of Cities, Washington, $2.29 million to develop leadership support for developing alternative high schools in communities around the country.
• Portland Community College, Oregon, $4.85 million to create eight new high schools.
• The See Forever Foundation and Maya Angelou Public Charter School, Washington, $887,500 to transform one school and create three new schools.
• YouthBuild USA, Cambridge, Mass., $5.4 million to transform 23 existing high schools and create 10 new schools.
Robert Sterling Clark Foundation
135 E. 64th St.
New York, NY 10021
• Sex Information and Education Council of the United States, New York, $65,000 for general support.
• Community Funds, New York, $100,000 for grants to support advocacy and policy analysis aimed at improving New York City public schools.
• Christian Community, Fort Wayne, Ind., $35,000 to train pro-choice religious leaders to educate policy-makers and the press about religious support for comprehensive sexuality education.
David and Lucile Packard Foundation
300 2nd St., Ste. 200
Los Altos, CA 94022
• National Center for Children in Poverty, New York, $167,000 for the LIFT campaign.
• National Initiative for Children’s Healthcare Quality, Boston, $1,150,000 for general support.
• National Women’s Law Center, Washington, $300,000 for the Child Care Project.
• YMCA of Santa Clara Valley, San Jose, Calif., $300,000 for The Cornerstone Project.
• American Public Human Services Association, Washington, $48,099 to support regional forums on domestic violence and child maltreatment.
• Girls Club of the Mid-Peninsula, East Palo Alto, Calif., $50,000 for after-school and summer programs.
• Center for Community Change, Washington, $175,000 to support a grass-roots campaign to lift poor families out of poverty.
• Children’s Placement Service, Santa Cruz, Calif., $132,860 for transitional housing for teens in foster care.
• The San Francisco Protestant Orphanage, San Francisco, $150,000 for services for maltreated children living with relatives.
• Familia Center, Santa Cruz, Calif., for after-school and summer programs.
• Tides Center, San Francisco, $25,000 for the Youth United for Community Action program.
• Food Research & Action Center, Washington, $200,000 to expand the subsidized child nutrition program.
• John Gardner Center for Youth and Their Communities, Stanford, Calif., $250,000 for general support.
• Action Alliance for Children, Oakland, Calif., $49,965 for the Building Communication project.
• Center for Collaborative Solutions, Sacramento, $350,000 for after-school programs.
• Consumers Union of the United States, Yonkers, N.Y., $300,000 for the Healthy Kids, Healthy Schools project.
• National Immigrant League, Los Angeles, $400,000 for analysis and training on issues affecting immigrant children.
• Bay Area Partnership, San Francisco, $75,000 for after-school programs.
• Families USA Foundation, Washington, $50,000 for a report on health coverage losses among low-income children.
• California School Age Consortium, San Francisco, $125,000 for the Impact Quality tool kit for after-school programs,
• National School-Age Care Alliance, Boston, $150,000 for producing and distributing the Impact Quality tool kit.
• Clara-Mateo Alliance, Menlo Park, Calif., $170,000 for services for homeless families with children.
• University of Iowa, Iowa City, $128,773 to provide assistance to professionals working with low-income youth.
• American Indian Child Resource Center, Oakland, Calif., $50,000 to recruit American Indian foster families within Santa Clara County.
• San Francisco Foundation Community Initiative Funds, $500,000 for the Civic Engagement Project.
• Community Network for Youth Development, San Francisco, $10,000 for publication of a youth development guide.
• Impact Strategies, Washington, $50,000 for technical assistance for after-school programs.
• Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass., $25,000 to disseminate a plan to build skilled and stable after-school work forces.
• Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Atlanta, $151,821 to establish four Project Learn sites.
• Catholic Charities Diocese of Monterey, Seaside, Calif., $185,000 for a faith-based foster parent recruitment and training initiative.
• Catholic Charities of San Jose, Calif., $75,000 for the Grandparent Caregiver Resource Center.
• Center for Health Policy Development, Portland, Ore., $399,961 for the State Children’s Health Insurance Program Implementation Center.
• Child Care Law Center, San Francisco, $305,000 for general support.
• Peninsula Community Foundation, San Mateo, $700,000 for the San Mateo County Children’s Health Initiative.
• Santa Cruz County Children and Families Commission, Capitola, Calif., $100,000 to implement a computer tracking system in Proposition 10-funded family resource centers.
• Institute for Health Policy Solutions, Washington, $619,935 for development of county child and family health insurance expansion.
• Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, $35,000 for a plan to change social norms regarding gun ownership by parents.
• Connect for Kids, Washington, $200,000 for an initiative to improve child and family policy through reauthorization of welfare reform.
• County of Santa Clara, San Jose, Calif., $247,220 to support strategies addressing permanency planning needs for children in out-of-home care.
• George Washington University, Washington, $250,000 for an education program on children’s health insurance.
• ICF Consulting Group, Fairfax, Va., $174,898 for an evaluation of welfare reform-related activities.
• Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Park, N.C., $120,883 for research to identify how different program features affect children in public health insurance programs.
• University of California, Berkeley, $100,000 to complete a pilot study of the child care work force.
• University of Rochester, Rochester, N.Y., $167,814 for research to identify how different program features affect children in public health insurance programs.
• California Children and Families Foundation, Richmond, Calif., $800,000 for general support.
• The Center for the Child Care Workforce, Washington, $200,000 for general support.
• Mathematica Policy Research, Cambridge, Mass., $1,084,692 for an evaluation of the Santa Clara County Children’s Health Initiative.
• Urban Institute, Washington, $250,000 to study the effects of child care subsidies on child care providers’ willingness to serve subsidized families.