Funded Organizations

Social Innovation Fund grantees are actively investing in high-impact solutions across the country. Thirty-five grants have been awarded – 11 in 2010, five in 2011, four in 2012, and 15 in 2014 – to intermediary organizations implementing programs in three priority areas: economic opportunity, youth development, and healthy futures. Intermediaries were selected to receive funding for one to five years through competitive processes conducted with unparalleled openness and transparency.

The 20 intermediary grantmakers awarded in 2010, 2011, and 2012 all held highly competitive competitions for nonprofit subgrantees. They selected a total of 217 organizations including community foundations, local nonprofit organizations, faith-based organizations, academic institutions, local public agencies and more. The Social Innovation Fund grantees selected in 2014 will complete open competitions for subgrantees in late 2014/early 2015 and will be announcing new subgrantees on a rolling basis. If you are interested in applying, please view our Request for Proposals page to view our grantees' active RFPs.

The table below identifies all of the grantees that have received awards from the Social Innovation Fund. To learn more about each grantee’s initiative and their subgrantees, please click on the intermediary names, see the 2010-2012 Social Innovation Fund Investment Report, or check out the fact sheet overview of all grantees.

IntermediaryYear SelectedAverage Annual Grant SizeYears of Funding Awarded# of Sub-grantees
AARP Foundation2014$  1.0 million35
AARP Foundation2015$  1.0 million3 
AIDS United2010$  2.0 million313
Boston Foundation2014$  2.7 million19
Capital Area United Way2012$  1.0 million20
Capital Impact Partners2011$  1.0 million210
Corporation for Supportive Housing (SIF Classic)2011$  1.2 million24
Corporation for Supportive Housing (SIF Pay for Success)2014$  0.3 million36
Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky2010$  1.0 million37
Green & Healthy Homes Initiative2014$  0.3 million34
GreenLight Fund2012$  1.0 million24
Harvard Kennedy School Social Impact Bond Lab2014$  0.6 million36
Institute for Child Success, Inc.2014$  0.4 million25
Jobs for the Future, Inc. - National Fund for Workforce Solutions2010$  3.2 million321
Jobs for the Future, Inc. - Opportunity Works2014$  2.0 million37
Local Initiatives Support Corporation2010$  4.2 million447
Local Initiatives Support Corporation2015$  3.7 million3 
Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City2010$  5.7 million316
Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City2015$  2 million3 
Methodist Healthcare Ministries of South Texas, Inc.2014$  5.0 million27
Mile High United Way2011$  1.8 million210
Missouri Foundation for Health2010$  1.0 million36
National Council on Crime and Delinquency2014$  0.4 million23
New Profit Inc.2010$  5.0 million36
Nonprofit Finance Fund2014$  1.8 million25
REDF2010$  1.5 million410
REDF2015$  3.5 million2 
Share Our Strength2014$  1.5 million16
Silicon Valley Community Foundation2014$  2.5 million38
The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation2010$  10.0 million39
The John A. Hartford Foundation2012$  1.0 million26
Third Sector Capital Partners, Inc.2014$  0.6 million37
Greater Twin Cities United Way, in partnership with Generation Next2012$  1.0 million26
U.S. Soccer Federation Foundation2011$  1.0 million213
United Way of Greater Cincinnati2010$  1.0 million38
United Way of Greenville County2014$  1.0 million35
United Way of Lane County2015$  2.0 million2 
United Way for Southeastern Michigan2011$  2.0 million211
University of Utah Policy Innovation Lab2014$  1.1 million16
Venture Philanthropy Partners2010$  2.0 million36


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