• The DC-based Association for Entrepreneurship Opportunities, which provides strategic and property development assistance to black businesses and seeks the wealth gap that exists between black and white American families.
• American boys ‘and girls’ clubs that plan to use the funding to help create a youth advocacy process at TLC, an effort to further train 5,000 teens, and build advocacy capacity through service training projects.
• Breakthrough Miami, whose Changemaker Leadership Track supports Breakthrough Scholars and recent alumni to build capacity to challenge the digital divide, gain early work experience, college counseling, financial literacy, and leadership development.
• Los Angeles-based Center for Police Justice and its efforts to expand the use of COMPSTAT, software that tracks incidents, identifies trends, and holds departments accountable by measuring crime.
• Covenant House, which is based in New York and focuses on the development of the workforce and educational services in the United States, while serving young people and young families facing homelessness.
• Just City-Memphis and its Memphis Community Guarantee Fund, the Clean Shale Fund, and Court Watch programs.
• MENTOR, which provides resources and tools for virtual mentoring provided to mentoring programs throughout the country.
• Oregon Justice Resource Center and its support for the Women̵
• Per Scholas of Brooklyn, who enrolls 220 new people in his software engineering courses, a 15-week full-time training program that will include technical instruction and professional development in an effort to achieve economic justice.
• Texas Appleseed’s work in three areas that disproportionately affect low-income blacks and Latinos: suspension of a driver’s license, cancellation of a criminal record, and debt collection.
• The United Way Worldwide Men’s United Kingdom initiative, which aims to support 25,000 colorful young men in the United States before and after high school and career.
• Silver Spring, the American Academy of Dreams in Maryland, and its Children of Prisoners initiative, which provides mentoring, leadership training, educational support, and career readiness for a unique population of predominantly black and Hispanic youth in racially disadvantaged communities. bias and mass closure.
The NFL has sponsored 20 different social justice organizations since the creation of the Inspire Change initiative.