2022 Grant Recipients

In 2022, The Winters Group distributed a total of $110,000 in grants among 10 nonprofit organizations through Live Inclusively® Actualized! These BIPOC- (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) led organizations are all doing the work to break down systemic barriers in their communities. Learn more about them and the powerful work they are doing below.

Re-Center Race & Equity in Education

Re-Center’s mission is to drive transformative change toward racially just schools and communities, working in partnership with youth, families, schools, and communities to facilitate nurturing spaces where people can understand and challenge systemic racism and oppression.

Healing Together

Healing Together’s mission is to disrupt generational cycles of trauma and violence by democratizing access to trauma-informed, community-led mental health and healing resources.

Bebashi Transition to Hope

Bebashi’s mission is to empower Black and Brown people to enhance the quality of their health and overall well-being by providing access to culturally sensitive high quality healthcare, HIV/AIDS services, health education, and social services.

Teens of Color Abroad

Teens of Color Aborad’s mission is to cultivate the next generation of globally conscious youth of color through full language immersion study abroad experiences.

Abide Women’s Health Services

Abide’s mission is to improve birth outcomes in communities with the lowest quality of care by offering healthcare and complimentary services that are easily accessible, holistic, evidence-based, and free from judgment.

Empowering the Masses

ETM’s mission is to empower South Dallas residents through vocational training, core skills development, and health advocacy. It is their vision to help individuals gain self worth and financial independence.

IDEAS Generation

IDEAS mission is to connect, support, and elevate the voices of rising leaders and organizations to build an inclusive, diverse, equitable, accessible, and socially just world.

The Ragbaby Exchange

The Ragbaby Exchange’s purpose is to offer healing workshops to counteract the impact of generational trauma caused by racism and colorism through the of use doll making as a tool for self-reflection.

Kings Against Violence Initiative

KAVI’s mission is to prevent and eliminate interpersonal violence from the lives of young people through advocacy, peer leadership, community mobilization, and social justice.

Council on Black Health

The Council’s mission is to develop and promote solutions that achieve healthy Black communities. It has become a premier research organization that develops and distributes information about ways to improve the health profiles of Black Americans.

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.

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.

2022 Grant Recipients

In 2022, The Winters Group distributed a total of $110,000 in grants among 10 nonprofit organizations through Live Inclusively® Actualized! These BIPOC- (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) led organizations are all doing the work to break down systemic barriers in their communities. Learn more about them and the powerful work they are doing below.

Re-Center Race & Equity in Education

Re-Center’s mission is to drive transformative change toward racially just schools and communities, working in partnership with youth, families, schools, and communities to facilitate nurturing spaces where people can understand and challenge systemic racism and oppression.

Healing Together

Healing Together’s mission is to disrupt generational cycles of trauma and violence by democratizing access to trauma-informed, community-led mental health and healing resources.

Bebashi Transition to Hope

Bebashi’s mission is to empower Black and Brown people to enhance the quality of their health and overall well-being by providing access to culturally sensitive high quality healthcare, HIV/AIDS services, health education, and social services.

Teens of Color Abroad

Teens of Color Aborad’s mission is to cultivate the next generation of globally conscious youth of color through full language immersion study abroad experiences.

Abide Women’s Health Services

Abide’s mission is to improve birth outcomes in communities with the lowest quality of care by offering healthcare and complimentary services that are easily accessible, holistic, evidence-based, and free from judgment.

Empowering the Masses

ETM’s mission is to empower South Dallas residents through vocational training, core skills development, and health advocacy. It is their vision to help individuals gain self worth and financial independence.

IDEAS Generation

IDEAS mission is to connect, support, and elevate the voices of rising leaders and organizations to build an inclusive, diverse, equitable, accessible, and socially just world.

The Ragbaby Exchange

The Ragbaby Exchange’s purpose is to offer healing workshops to counteract the impact of generational trauma caused by racism and colorism through the of use doll making as a tool for self-reflection.

Kings Against Violence Initiative

KAVI’s mission is to prevent and eliminate interpersonal violence from the lives of young people through advocacy, peer leadership, community mobilization, and social justice.

Council on Black Health

The Council’s mission is to develop and promote solutions that achieve healthy Black communities. It has become a premier research organization that develops and distributes information about ways to improve the health profiles of Black Americans.

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