Morgan Family Foundation
Morgan Family Foundation is a private, family foundation that was established in 1993. The Foundation focuses its giving on youth programs outside the classroom, education enhancement, the environment and preservation of cultural heritage sites, and regional stewardship. MFF looks for organizations to maximize their potential and the individuals they serve. MFF encourages and supports collaboration among their grantees to maximize resources in sustaining programs and achieving outcomes.
Founded in 2001 with the bold idea to create a video game that would help kids fight cancer, HopeLab remains at the forefront of the digital health field, designing fun and engaging experiences to improve the health and wellbeing of kids and young adults. Their unique approach to driving positive health outcomes combines behavioral science with human-centered design and strategic partnerships to drive broad impact.
S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation
The S. D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation is dedicated to advancing a productive, vibrant, and sustainable California. Grantmaking supports the work of nonprofit organizations and initiatives that demonstrate the potential to address critical challenges to the health and prosperity of California. Program areas that receive funding include S.T.E.M., the Environment, Character Development & Citizenship, and Health.
Ashoka/Packard Activating Empathy Award
Ashoka/Packard Foundations: CRTWC was a winner of the Activating Empathy Award sponsored by Ashoka and the Packard Foundation.
Ashoka’s vision and understanding of the world comes from their experience in pioneering the field of social entrepreneurship over the last 35 years—finding, selecting, and supporting the world’s leading social entrepreneurs (Ashoka Fellows). The network of more than 3,000 Ashoka Fellows is implementing system-changing solutions to human and environmental problems in 89 countries.
David and Lucile Packard believe that along with universities, national institutions, community groups, youth agencies, family planning centers, and hospitals, foundations constitute a great American tradition that complements government efforts to focus on society’s needs. Packard Foundation foundation has a commitment to effectiveness and believes that continuous learning and improvement is critical to success. The Packard Foundation supports an array of nonprofit organizations in geographic areas that are significant to the Packard family.
The Wilson-Dalzell Foundation