The Nord Family Foundation
747 Milan Ave.
Amherst, Ohio 44401
• Cleveland Museum of Natural History, $5,000 to help fund the Science to Go program for the Cleveland school system.
• Ensemble Theater, Cleveland Heights, Ohio, $5,000 for outreach programs geared towards students and senior citizens.
• Lyric Opera, Cleveland, $5,000 in continued support of school outreach and summer programs.
• Colorado Homeless Families, Westminster, Colo., $10,000 in continued support of transitional housing and supportive services for homeless families with children.
• Denver Urban Ministries, $10,000 in continued support of employment, emergency housing, and meals programs for needy families.
• The Nord Center, Lorain, Ohio, $22,000 in support of emergency housing services for families faced with homelessness.
• Clemson University, Clemson, S.C., $40,000 for a technology and environmental program for 4th, 5th and 6th graders, parents and teachers from Richland and Lexington schools.
• Communities in Schools, Columbia, S.C., $49,960 for general operating support.
• The Center for Families and Children, Cleveland, $10,000 for an advocacy seminar featuring nonprofit organizations and charities working on behalf of at-risk families and children.
• The Children’s Developmental Center, Amherst, Ohio, $18,000 for “Let’s Keep Talking,” a program for families with children who have communications delays.
• Common Ground, Oberlin, Ohio, $10,000 for “Grandparents Raising Grandchildren,” a support program for cases of kinship care.
• Communities Health Partners Foundation, Lorain, Ohio, $20,000 for the Phoenix Center for Grieving Children.
• Lorain United Methodist Ministries, Lorain, Ohio, $5,000 for Camp IDEAS, a summer camp for disabled children.
Public Welfare Foundation
2600 Virginia Ave. NW, Ste. 505
Washington, DC 20037
• Adolescent Pregnancy Prevention Coalition of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, $150,000 for reproductive and sexual health programs.
• Austin Harm Reduction Coalition, Austin, Texas, $25,000 for reproductive and sexual health programs.
• Center on Hunger, Poverty and Nutrition, Waltham, Mass., $125,000 for development of its health program.
• Direct Action for Rights and Equality, Providence, $35,000 for general support of a community development program.
• Earth Conservation Corps, Washington, $50,000 for a media arts project for youth.
• Food Research Action Center, Washington, $200,000 for general support of its health program.
• From Roots to Wings, Dorchester, Mass., $25,000 for general support of its youth program.
• Healthy Families, San Angelo, Texas, $40,000 for its “Dads Make a Difference” program.
• Rhode Island Parents for Progress, $25,000 in general support of its community development program.
125 Park Square Court
400 Sibley St.
St. Paul, MN 55101
• White Columns, New York City, $40,000 for emerging artists’ fees.
• Clubbed Thumb, New York City, $9,000 for development and production of works by emerging playwrights.
• Cherry Lane Theatre, New York City, $52,000 for a mentor project.
• New York Theatre Workshop, $36,000 for an emerging playwrights program.
• Pillsbury United Communities, Minneapolis, $38,500 for the reading of new plays by playwrights from New York City and Minnesota and for the 2004 “Non-English Speaking Spoken Here: The Late Nite Series.”
• Dixon Place, New York City, $27,000 to support “Mondo Cane!” and the presentation of works in progress by emerging artists.
The George Gund Foundation
1845 Guildhall Bldg.
45 Prospect Ave. W.
Cleveland, OH 44115
• Temple University, Philadelphia, $128,000 over two years for a conflict resolution education project.
• GLSEN, Inc., New York City, $100,000 over two years for anti-bullying and harassment programs.
• America SCORES, New York City, $75,000 for the Cleveland SCORES program.
• Youth Opportunities Unlimited, Cleveland, $50,000 for operating support.
• Adoption Network, Cleveland, $143,820 for the Adopt Ohio’s Kids initiative.
• Bellflower Center for the Prevention of Child Abuse, Cleveland, $7,500 for child abuse training programs.
• Berea Children’s Home, Berea, Ohio, $30,000 to fill a public policy position.
• Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, $150,000 over two years for Schubert Center for Child Development.
• Center for Law and Social Policy, Washington, $200,000 over two years for public policy and advocacy.
• Child Care Resource Center of Cuyahoga County, Cleveland, $250,000 over two years for T.E.A.C.H. and work force development initiative.
• Center for Community Change, Washington, $80,000 over two years for the Coalition on Human Needs.
• Young Men’s Christian Association of Cleveland, $50,000 for Y-Haven.
• Center for Adolescent Health & the Law, Chapel Hill, N.C., $10,000 for operating support.
• Charity Lobbying in the Public Interest, Washington, $30,000 for operating support.
• The Children’s Museum of Cleveland, $27,375 for emergency roof repair and exhibit refurbishment.
• Educational Fund to Stop Gun Violence, Washington, $25,000 for Firearms Litigation Clearinghouse.
• The Racial Fairness Project Inc., Cleveland, $30,000 for program support.
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
1200 Mott Foundation Building
503 S. Saginaw St.
Flint, MI 48502
• Flint Cultural Center Corp., Flint, Mich., $2.4 million for operating support.
• United Way of Genesee County, Flint, Mich., $1.3 million for the Bridges to the Future Before and Afterschool Program.
• Neighborhood Funders Group, Washington, $75,000 for general support.
• National Council of Nonprofit Associations, Washington, $200,000 for general support.
• Jobs for the Future, Boston, $300,000 to develop plans to overcome challenges facing community colleges.
• East Harlem Employment Service, New York, for a partnership in Flint, Mich., to provide employment training.
• Rubicon Programs Inc., Richmond, Calif., $50,000 for the Fathers at Work Initiative.
• Center for Community Change, Washington, $250,000 to assist emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods.
• Community Training and Assistance Center, Boston, $250,000 to assist emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods.
*National Council of La Raza, Washington, $250,000 to assist emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods.
• National Training and Information Center, Chicago, $250,000 to assist emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods.
• Seventh Generation Fund for Indian Development, Arcata, Ga., $250,000 to assist emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods.
• Southern Echo, Jackson, Miss., $250,000 to assist emerging community-based organizations serving low-income neighborhoods.
U.S. Department of Education
400 Maryland Ave. SW
Washington, DC 20202
The following grants were made under the Credit Enhancement for Charter School Facilities program:
• Massachusetts Development Finance Agency, Boston, $4 million.
• Center for Community Self-Help, Durham, N.C., $1.3 million.
• Charter School Development Corp., Washington, $8.6 million.
• Department of Banking and Financial Institutions, Washington, $5 million.
• NCB Development Corp., Washington, $5.6 million.
• Local Initiative Support Corp., New York, $4 million.
• Raza Development Fund, Phoenix, Ariz., $8.8 million.
2801 N. Meridian St.
P.O. Box 88068
Indianapolis, IN 46208
• Intercollegiate Studies Institute, Wilmington, Del., $125,000 for general support.
• 100 Black Men of Indianapolis, $13,000 for a summer academy.
• Bicycle Action Project, Indianapolis, $13,000 for the Earn-a-Bike program.
• Boys & Girls Clubs of Indianapolis, $45,450 for 10 summer programs.
• Center for Youth as Resources, Washington, $375,000 for general support.
• Children’s Bureau of Indianapolis, $15,000 for the Pro 100 program.
• First-Meridian Heights Presbyterian Church, $27,000 for the J.O.Y. Program and the Northside Partners for Youth.
• Girls Inc. of Indianapolis, $14,400 for summer programs.
• Good News Mission, Indianapolis, $8,000 for a summer youth program.
• Great Commission Church of God, Indianapolis, $9,750 for the African-American Male Summer Empowerment Camp.
• James Riley Memorial Association, Indianapolis, $8,000 for a camp for youth with disabilities.
• Madame Walker Urban Life Center, Indianapolis, $15,000 for the Youth In Arts summer session.
• Marion County Commission on Youth, Indianapolis, $160,000 for relocation costs.
• Young Audiences of Indiana, Indianapolis, $17,000 for Summer Arts for Youth 2004.
• YMCA of Indianapolis, $29,500 for summer youth programs at nine sites. • University of Northern Iowa Foundation, Cedar Falls, Iowa, $687,189 for the study of ministries to college and university students.