The Jacob & Valeria Langeloth Foundation

Langeloth Foundation Spring 2017 Grants

October 18, 2016

Bard Prison Initiative: Public Health Fellowship Program for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Individuals; $300,000 for 3-years

Brooklyn Community Foundation: Immigrant Rights Fund; $75,000 for 1-year

Innovation Network, Center for Evaluation Innovation: Developmental Evaluation & Strategic Coalition Support - Stop Solitary Campaign; $393,970 for 3-years

Community Catalyst: Defending Health Care Access; $700,000 for 1-year

Enroll America: ACA Enrollment 2017, Earned and Paid Media Outreach; $200,000 for 1-year

John Jay College, Center on Media, Crime, and Justice: Rethinking Solitary Confinement: A Training Program for Justice Journalists; $256,625 for 2-years

The Marshall Project: Raising Public Awareness of Health and Mental Health Issues in the U.S. Criminal Justice System; $400,000 for 2-years

National Religious Campaign Against Torture: NRCAT Project to Stop Solitary Confinement: Mobilizing a National Moral Call for Therapeutic Interventions and Restorative Alternatives; $450,000 for 3-years

National Public Radio: NPR's Coverage of Criminal Justice, and Social Justice and Health; $300,000 for 3-years

New York Immigration Coalition: Building a Movement to Win Coverage 4 All & Protect Health Care Safety Net Institutions; $300,000 for 2-years

Red Hook Initiative: Campaign to Address Police and Community Violence in Red Hook, Brooklyn; $70,000 for a 1-year planning grant

Solitary Watch: Solitary Confinement Investigative Reporting Project; $175,000 for 2-years

Small Business Majority: ACA in Flux: Safeguarding Entrepreneurs in an Uncertain Market; $150,000 for 1-year


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