Stand & Communities for a Better Environment​

Railroads played an important role in the way United States of America was formed. From stimulating the Industrial Revolution to determining the physical landscape...

88Nine Radio Milwaukee

Milwaukee is the third most segregated city in the United States behind Detroit and Cleveland. Look at the racial, ethnic, religious, and gender diversity in Milwaukee...​

Committee on Temporary Shelter

In winter of 1982 in Burlington, Vermont, a group of community members set out to confront the rising issue of homelessness in their city as Burlington’s growing homeless population was...

Nursing Students for Sexual and Reproductive Health​

During her three years at Stanford Law School, Cari Sietstra found the curriculum greatly lacking courses pertaining to reproductive rights, law, and policy and found this as a common...

BU TISP

Boston University’s Technology Innovation Scholars Program (TISP) strives to cultivate the next generation of societal engineers—“technology leaders of tomorrow,” who push the boundaries...

Champlain Valley Office of Economic Opportunity

For many of us, making the decision to ask for help can be demoralizing. Vermont resident Shirley Lamothe faced this decision early in summer 2014, as working part-time on a fixed income...

Local Initiative Support Corporation – LISC

As LISC Milwaukee’s Director of Sustainable Communities, Christopher Boston understands that improving the quality of life in Milwaukee’s urban neighborhoods requires...

River Revitalization Foundation

Celebrating its twentieth anniversary as Milwaukee’s urban rivers land trust this year, the River Revitalization Foundation (RRF) continues to pride itself on improving quality of life in...

Lambi Fund of Haiti

Marie Marthe Saint Cyr was born and raised in Haiti, eventually immigrating to the United States with her father, mother, five sisters, and one brother. After arriving in...

Common Good

In his 2010 TED Talk, Philip K. Howard, founder and Chair of Common Good, tells the story of Broward County, Florida where, in 2005, children were banned from running on playgrounds...

Public Policy Forum

On a blustery November morning in 1913, Milwaukee residents awoke to a troubling article in the Milwaukee Sentinel decrying the public school system. Later that same day...

Berea College

 

Katie Basham, Interfaith Coordinator at Berea College, has been working to promote interfaith cooperation on campus for close to a decade. When discussing why this work is so important...

Population Media Center

Growing up in the East Los Angeles area, Sabrina Guerrero experienced firsthand the unique pressures and challenges facing young Latinos in the region. When she was just a teenager...

Nursing Students for Sexual and Reproductive Health

Though they attended nursing schools across the country from each other, Erika Staub and Jacqui Quetal were brought together over a shared frustration regarding their respective...

Vermont Foodbank

The Vermont Foodbank, founded in 1986, is the state’s largest hunger relief organization, serving more than 65,000 low-income Vermonters annually and delivering more than six million...

Shelburne Farms

On the shores of Vermont’s Lake Champlain is a 1,400-plus acre farm with a very special mission: to cultivate a conservation ethic for a sustainable future...

Schools That Can Milwaukee

From the outside, it looks like any other urban school. On the inside, the hallways are quiet; the children, in crisp uniforms, sit quietly at their desks, focused on today’s lesson. Teachers here...

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains

They are about to start an engaging role-playing game. By the end, they will be able to tell their teacher exactly why doing something they believe “everyone else is doing” isn’t always...

Milwaukee Film

Milwaukee, Wisconsin is home to internationally known breweries, artisan cheese makers, famous rock bands, and the world’s biggest music festival. But there is a new addition...

King Street Center

When King Street Youth Center began offering after-school and weekend activities to children in downtown Burlington, Vermont, the organization’s “headquarters” was a van...

Hyman-Newman Institute for Neurology and Neurosurgery

FIRST

When there's a good thing in place, Argosy Foundation's job is to perpetuate it and help it grow. Hence, it was a natural fit when Argosy began its partnership with For Inspiration and Recognition...

The Good Collaboration Project

What does good collaboration look like? Over the last three years, with Argosy Foundation support, Professor Howard Gardner and his colleagues at the Harvard Graduate School of Education...

Center for Biological Diversity

Concerned about population growth’s toll on global climate and ecosystems, the Center for Biological Diversity launched a path-breaking campaign in 2009 to address human overpopulation...

Beyond Benign

Some call it “carbon sugar snake.” You may have seen it in chemistry class: The teacher fills a large beaker with sugar, water and a liquid. Stir it up, and the reaction...

Amherst College

Over the past 30 years, the cost of higher education has increased significantly faster than inflation. Has the rise in tuition better prepared students, not only for their careers...

 

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We continue to be inspired by our colleagues and the people, well-known or anonymous, who tirelessly engage their passions for making others’ lives better, or the planet healthier. It is heartening to see how far grants can go under the diligent eye of our partners, whether they are endeavoring to feed, house, and train the homeless; provide health services to those without access; promote scientific research; or tenaciously fight to protect our planet. They make our job fulfilling and fun, and we need more of them. Here is a small sampling of partnerships we are particularly proud of:

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