About the Track

Within this track, we have particular interest in funding implementation, expansion or piloting of innovative and evidence-based or informed approaches to violence and exploitation prevention; programming that seeks to address health and social disparities that perpetuate historical, communal, or inter-generational cycles of poverty, discrimination or other forms of social oppression; advocacy and advancement-based services and programming for vulnerable or marginalized groups, including LGBQ and TGNC individuals and communities; bullying, suicide and violence prevention initiatives; and shelters, drop-in centers, or housing programs for homeless, runaway or throwaway youth.

Resources and Foundation Trust Initiatives