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Awarded Grants

The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant democracies whose governments are accountable to their citizens. The vast majority of the grants made by Open Society are to organizations, but we also award a limited number of grants to individuals, primarily through scholarships and fellowships offered across a number of different programs.

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  • Affiliated Reproductive Health Clinics, Inc.

    2017
    $14,953
    Description

    Affiliated Reproductive Health Clinics will improve security at a reproductive health rights clinic serving Nebraska and surrounding states.

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    Open Society-U.S.

    Term

    4 months

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • T'ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights

    2017
    $25,000
    Description

    T’ruah will train rabbis and senior professionals on campuses and in congregations to respond to anti-Semitism.

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    Open Society-U.S.

    Term

    8 months

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • YWCA of Greater Cincinnati, Inc.

    2017
    $20,225
    Description

    The YWCA of Greater Cincinnati will implement programming focused on reducing the bias and hate speech witnessed among residents at all Cincinnati Family Housing Partnership shelters.

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    Open Society-U.S.

    Term

    10 months

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • African Law Center, Inc

    2017
    $25,000
    Description

    African Law Center’s project expands the availability of legal services for African immigrants in the Houston-Galveston area.

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    Open Society-U.S.

    Term

    1 year

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • Hispanic Federation

    2017
    $75,000
    Description

    Hispanic Federation’s Orlando Against Hate project includes training, public education, and awareness on responding to hate incidents that target LGBTQ Latinxs in Orlando.

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    Open Society-U.S.

    Term

    6 months

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County, Inc.

    2017
    $75,000
    Description

    Holocaust Memorial & Tolerance Center of Nassau County will train student leaders in Long Island to react swiftly and safely to words and acts of hate.

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    Open Society-U.S.

    Term

    16 months

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • International Muslim Women's Initiative for Self-Empowerment (WISE)

    2017
    $74,995
    Description

    WISE will provide self-defense, mentorship, and leadership workshops in New York City and Texas in order to equip young Muslim women to overcome violence and become advocates for social change.

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    Open Society-U.S.

    Term

    15 months

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • ISAIAH

    2017
    $125,000
    Description

    ISAIAH will construct a rapid-response system that can push back against hatred and build a multi-racial, cross-class resistance to racist and discriminatory policies.

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    Open Society-U.S.

    Term

    1 year

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • Narrative 4

    2017
    $35,000
    Description

    Narrative 4 will create “spaces of radical empathy” in Fargo, ND and Moorhead, MN through six story exchanges involving immigrants, refugees, and long-time (primarily white) residents.

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    Open Society-U.S.

    Term

    9 months

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

  • National Day Laborer Organizing Network

    2017
    $300,000
    Description

    to provide general support

    Theme

    Equality & Antidiscrimination

    Referring Program

    Open Society-U.S.

    Term

    18 months

    Region

    North America

    Funder

    Foundation to Promote Open Society

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