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Schott’s strong grassroots partnerships and philanthropic allies

National Urban Indian Family Coalition
The is a leading national advocate for American Indian families living in urban areas and the organizations that serve them. Our network includes more than 40 trusted community-based nonprofit organizations across 23 states with deep roots in their respective urban Indian communities. The NUIFC works in partnership with member organizations to organize and create lasting change at the local and
YouthBuild USA
YouthBuild partners with opportunity youth to build the skillsets and mindsets that lead to lifelong learning, livelihood, and leadership. At nearly 300 YouthBuild programs across the United States and around the world, students reclaim their education, gain job skills, and become leaders in their communities.
Women Encouraging Empowerment
's mission is to educate, advocate, protect and advance the rights of immigrants, refugees and low income women and their families through organizing leadership development and service delivery. Region: Northeast
West Dayton Youth Task Force
The mission of the West Dayton Youth Task Force is to initiate programs for young people of all ages that will instill in them the core values of the Nguzo Saba (The Seven Principles) to foster character development that will produce a future generation capable of building a community and society of their own. This is to be accomplished by means of study, social and cultural activities, academic
Twin Cities Innovation Alliance
(TCIA) is a coalition of stakeholders representing a cross sector of public, private and community organizations, corporations and institutions led by visionaries, academics, thought leaders and individuals who are invested in the Twin Cities’ continued evolution as a forward‐thinking, innovative, ‘Smart’ global city. Region: Midwest
Tenants and Workers United
organizes communities, builds power, wins changes, and advances social justice in northern Virginia. Region: South
Sociedad Latina
Since 1968, has been working in partnership with Latino youth and families to end the cycle of poverty, inequality to access of health services, and lack of educational and professional opportunities in our community. We introducing innovative solutions to the most critical problems facing young Latinos today. Our approach celebrates our diverse Latino heritages and enables young people to forge
S.O.U.L. Sisters Leadership Collective
's mission is to mobilize systems-involved girls, femmes, and TGNC youth of color – Black, Brown, and Indigenous – to interrupt cycles of state violence, poverty, and oppression. Our four pillars are leadership, healing, social justice, and the arts. Region: South
Puente Human Rights Movement
was founded in 2007 in response to abuse of power by local law enforcement officials and anti-migratory attacks through state laws and policies. For over 10 years, Puente has led the fight against local and federal anti-migratory policies while building a political home for Arizona’s most marginalized community members. In the last decade we have been able to stop the deportations of over 478 mi
Project South
is rooted in the legacy of the Southern Freedom Movement, and our mission of cultivating strong social movements in the South powerful enough to contend with some of the most pressing and complicated social, economic, and political problems we face today. Region: South

MAY 06

is an organization of working class artists and cultural organizers who work at the intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality and ideology. Through a praxis of cultural solidarity, creative process and popular education, we initiate and facilitate arts and cultural projects with grassroots communities that contest U.S. cultural hegemony and propose alternatives to existing systems of oppre
Rural Community Alliance
members have a vision for just and thriving rural communities that offer access and believe change happens through informed and organized residents defining the change they want, building collective power, and taking action to improve their lives. Region: South