2019 Grant Recipients

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the second annual Live Inclusively® Actualized (LIA) grant program. Nearly $50,000 in grants were distributed among twelve non-profit organizations, all of whom are committed to fostering equity, justice, and inclusion within their communities.

Collectively, the organizations serve historically marginalized women and/or youth through programs centered on advocacy through the arts, socioeconomic empowerment, restorative justice, and educational equity.

2018 Grant Recipients

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural Live Inclusively® Actualized (LIA) grant program. Nearly $75,000 in grants were distributed among twelve non-profit organizations, all of whom are committed to fostering equity, justice, and inclusion within their communities.

Collectively, the organizations serve historically marginalized women and/or youth through programs centered on advocacy through the arts, socioeconomic empowerment, restorative justice, and educational equity.

826michigan

826michigan inspires school-aged students to write with skill and confidence in collaboration with adult volunteers in their communities.

Byte Back, Inc.

Byte Back is a woman and minority-led organization, with a mission to provide a pathway of inclusive tech training that leads to living-wage careers.

Crossroads Community Food Network

Crossroads Community Food Network is building a healthier, more inclusive food system in the Takoma / Langley Crossroads, a primarily immigrant, low-income community just outside
Washington, DC.

Literacy Action

Literacy Action’s mission is to build better futures by empowering adults with literacy, life, and
work skills. Its vision is to break the intergenerational cycle of low literacy and poverty. 

Critical Exposure

Critical Exposure’s mission is to teach and inspire underserved youth to harness the power of photography and their own voices to become effective organizers for positive changes in their schools and communities.

Downtown Women's Center

The Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) is the only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless women.

Education Law Center

Education Law Center’s (ELC) mission is to ensure access to a quality public education for all children in Pennsylvania through: (1)Ensuring Equal Access; (2)Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline; and (3)Fighting for Fair Funding.

El Centro Amistad

El Centro Amistad’s mission is to create opportunities and programs that promote health equity, education, and quality of life for the Latino community in Boulder County.

Jewish Family Service of Seattle (JFS)

The mission of Jewish Family Service of Seattle (JFS) is to help vulnerable individuals and families in the Puget Sound region achieve well-being, health and stability.

Bedtime in a Box

Bedtime in a Box helps families set the foundation for learning by creating routines that bring about healthy habits, strong connections and academic growth in young children.

The Link

The Link works with youth and families to overcome the impacts of poverty and social injustice. It offers programming in the areas of housing and supportive services; juvenile justice; and safe harbor.

The GEMS Camp

The GEMS Camp is a student-focused nonprofit that emphasizes broadening participation of underrepresented minority and underserved girls in the five core areas – Academics, Career, Creativity, Leadership, and Service.

2018 Grant Recipients

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the inaugural Live Inclusively® Actualized (LIA) grant program. Nearly $75,000 in grants were distributed among twelve non-profit organizations, all of whom are committed to fostering equity, justice, and inclusion within their communities.

Collectively, the organizations serve historically marginalized women and/or youth through programs centered on advocacy through the arts, socioeconomic empowerment, restorative justice, and educational equity.

2019 Grant Recipients

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the second annual Live Inclusively® Actualized (LIA) grant program. Nearly $50,000 in grants were distributed among twelve non-profit organizations, all of whom are committed to fostering equity, justice, and inclusion within their communities.

Collectively, the organizations serve historically marginalized women and/or youth through programs centered on advocacy through the arts, socioeconomic empowerment, restorative justice, and educational equity.

826michigan

826michigan inspires school-aged students to write with skill and confidence in collaboration with adult volunteers in their communities.

Byte Back, Inc.

Byte Back is a woman and minority-led organization, with a mission to provide a pathway of inclusive tech training that leads to living-wage careers.

Crossroads Community Food Network

Crossroads Community Food Network is building a healthier, more inclusive food system in the Takoma / Langley Crossroads, a primarily immigrant, low-income community just outside
Washington, DC.

Literacy Action

Literacy Action’s mission is to build better futures by empowering adults with literacy, life, and
work skills. Its vision is to break the intergenerational cycle of low literacy and poverty. 

Critical Exposure

Critical Exposure’s mission is to teach and inspire underserved youth to harness the power of photography and their own voices to become effective organizers for positive changes in their schools and communities.

Downtown Women's Center

The Downtown Women’s Center (DWC) is the only organization in Los Angeles focused exclusively on serving and empowering women experiencing homelessness and formerly homeless women.

Education Law Center

Education Law Center’s (ELC) mission is to ensure access to a quality public education for all children in Pennsylvania through: (1)Ensuring Equal Access; (2)Dismantling the School to Prison Pipeline; and (3)Fighting for Fair Funding.

El Centro Amistad

El Centro Amistad’s mission is to create opportunities and programs that promote health equity, education, and quality of life for the Latino community in Boulder County

Jewish Family Service of Seattle (JFS)

The mission of Jewish Family Service of Seattle (JFS) is to help vulnerable individuals and families in the Puget Sound region achieve well-being, health and stability.

Bedtime in a Box

Bedtime in a Box helps families set the foundation for learning by creating routines that bring about healthy habits, strong connections and academic growth in young children.

The Link

The Link works with youth and families to overcome the impacts of poverty and social injustice. It offers programming in the areas of housing and supportive services; juvenile justice; and safe harbor.

The GEMS Camp

The GEMS Camp is a student-focused nonprofit that emphasizes broadening participation of underrepresented minority and underserved girls in the five core areas – Academics, Career, Creativity, Leadership, and Service.

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