Skip to Content
Default image

The Annie E. Casey Foundation

Focus Areas:

Job Training for Special Populations 

Innovation in Job Training

Range:

$75,000 – $100,000

Geographic Focus:

National

Funder Type:

Private

Eligibility:

The majority of funding goes to tax-exempt organizations (nonprofits, public charities and universities) and public agencies in the United States.

Summary:

The Foundation makes grants that help federal agencies, states, counties, cities and neighborhoods create more innovative, cost-effective responses to challenges facing children and young people: poverty, unnecessary disconnection from family and communities with limited access to opportunity. The Foundation’s Economic Opportunity focus area develops pathways for parents to become financially stable and support their children’s development and academic success. It supports programs that help low-income parents and other adults find good jobs and steady incomes.

Learn More

Share This Page

Latest Insights

Stay in the Know With Grants Plus

Successful Grant Seeking Starts with a Strategic Plan

Blog

Successful Grant Seeking Starts with a Strategic Plan

In this robust but competitive grant seeking market, what will set some organizations apart? The answer lies not in the proposals themselves but in what precedes them: a thorough and…

Get your Head in the Game: Steps to Kickstart Your Grant Proposal

Event

Get your Head in the Game: Steps to Kickstart Your Grant Proposal

Ready to take the first steps in kickstarting your grant proposal journey? Explore the essential steps to initiate your path to grant funding success.

Smart Budgeting for Grant Seeking and Long-Term Resilience

Blog

Smart Budgeting for Grant Seeking and Long-Term Resilience

When fiscal year budgeting hits full swing, many nonprofits are faced with a common and complex challenge: how to best allocate their limited funds, not only for immediate needs but…