2020 Grant Recipients

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the third annual Live Inclusively® Actualized (LIA) grant program. A total of $50,000 in grants were distributed among 11 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.

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.

Black Girl Ventures

Black Girl Ventures works to create access to capital for Black women-identifying entrepreneurs to grow a sustainable business.

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.

The GEMS Camp

The GEMS Camp is a girl-centric nonprofit focused on building confidence in urban teen girls in five core areas — Academics, Career, Creativity, Leadership, and Service.

Latino Student Fund

The Latino Student Fund addresses disparities in access to education for Hispanic students in Washington, DC, under three main areas: family resources, academic support, and post-secondary success. 

Prince George's Child Resource Center

Prince George’s Child Resource Center uses a two-generation approach to help create healthy and nurturing environments for children by supporting their families and educating their caregivers. 

Proyecto Pastoral

Proyecto Pastoral is a multi-service, social justice, community-empowerment organization in downtown Los Angeles with the mission of empowering the community through grassroots projects in education, leadership, and service.

The Ragbaby Exchange

The Ragbaby Exchange uses a therapeutic approach to inspire women and children to embrace their self-worth through doll making and art-therapy, while celebrating diversity among cultures. 

So What Else

So What Else is committed to serving their children, community, and planet through enriching, service-based out of school time programming and promoting volunteerism in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area.

Soul 2 Soul Sisters

Soul 2 Soul Sisters is a Black Womxn-led organization focused on Black healing and Black liberation through racial justice work in four areas: reproductive justice, ending anti-Black racism, reparations, and voter engagement. 

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.

2020 Grant Recipients

We are pleased to announce the recipients of the second annual Live Inclusively® Actualized (LIA) grant program. A total of $50,000 in grants were distributed among 11 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.

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.

Black Girl Ventures

Black Girl Ventures works to create access to capital for Black women-identifying entrepreneurs to grow a sustainable business.

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.

The GEMS Camp

The GEMS Camp is a girl-centric nonprofit focused on building confidence in urban teen girls in five core areas — Academics, Career, Creativity, Leadership, and Service.

Latino Student Fund

The Latino Student Fund addresses disparities in access to education for Hispanic students in Washington, DC, under three main areas: family resources, academic support, and post-secondary success. 

Prince George's Child Resources Center

Prince George’s Child Resource Center uses a two-generation approach to help create healthy and nurturing environments for children by supporting their families and educating their caregivers. 

Proyecto Pastoral

Proyecto Pastoral is a multi-service, social justice, community-empowerment organization in downtown Los Angeles with the mission of empowering the community through grassroots projects in education, leadership, and service.

The Ragbaby Exchange

The Ragbaby Exchange uses a therapeutic approach to inspire women and children to embrace their self-worth through doll making and art-therapy, while celebrating diversity among cultures. 

So What Else

So What Else is committed to serving their children, community, and planet through enriching, service-based out of school time programming and promoting volunteerism in the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area.

Soul 2 Soul Sisters

Soul 2 Soul Sisters is a Black Womxn-led organization focused on Black healing and Black liberation through racial justice work in four areas: reproductive justice, ending anti-Black racism, reparations, and voter engagement. 

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