W.K. Kellogg Foundation: Lever for Change – Racial Equity 2030
Racial Equity 2030 will fund bold solutions to drive an equitable future for children, families, and communities across the globe. Hosted by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the challenge will invite, build, and scale ideas for transformative change in the social, economic, political, and institutional systems that uphold inequities. Racial equity is the primary challenge of today. The future of too many children is bound by the color of their skin, their families’ circumstances, or the limits of opportunity because of systemic inequities in their communities. The current global pandemic has laid bare inequities in health, wealth, and opportunity. The uprising for racial justice has produced a global outcry. But the systems that perpetuate inequity and injustice have been generations in the making. Racial Equity 2030 is a chance to re-imagine and build a future where equity is realized.
Amount: Ten teams will be selected as Finalists and each will receive a $1 million planning grant, as well as nine months of capacity-building support to further develop their project and strengthen their applications. At least five additional awards adding up to a minimum of $80 million will be announced in the summer of 2022: At least three Awardees will each receive a $20 million grant. At least two additional Awardees will each receive a $10 million grant.
Eligibility: Open to teams from anywhere in the world. Entries from organizations or entities that have a recognized legal existence and structure under applicable law and that are in good standing in the jurisdiction in which they are organized.
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