Step Up Women’s Network is a national, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to connecting and advancing women and girls. By bridging communities of professional women and underserved teen girls through mentorship, networking and advancement, SUWN ensures that women and girls have the opportunities they need to create a better future.
The vision of the Community Action Partnership is to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty by improving the prospects of long-term economic success for very young, low-income children, their families, and the communities where they live.
Gateway to College National Network builds the capacity of colleges, school districts, and states to revolutionize education for high school dropouts and underprepared college students so that all young people can achieve college credentials
InnVision is a gateway for homeless families and individuals seeking shelter and resources that lead to self-sufficiency. InnVision the Way Home is a provider of housing and services for homeless and at-risk families and individuals in Silicon Valley, serving over 27,000 men, women, children, veterans and the mentally ill each year.
Work Advance is a sector-based training program designed to assist unemployed and low-wage working adults increase their employment and earnings by finding good quality jobs in targeted sectors that have room for advancement within established career pathways.
Jobs-Plus brings workforce training and development to neighborhoods in Okaloosa and Walton Counties in Florida.
The Young Adult Internship Program in New York is a 14-week internship program from low-income young adults aged 16-24 who are unemployed and not in school. Youth are provided with short-term paid internships, job placements, and follow-up services that offer structured work opportunities.
Bridges out of Poverty Northern Colorado will train the business, faith and education communities on techniques to help provide financial stability, create sustainable communities, and improve graduation rates among low-income students.
Circles of Larimer County, focuses on helping low-income families learn the causes of poverty, examine what’s holding them back, and build support networks with middle- and upper-income community members.