Select Partners & Funders
As an operating 501(c)3 The Keren Emrich Foundation has distributed over $70M of curriculum to over 250,000 children around the world. Below are some of the funders who helped make that possible.
Microsoft is an American multinational technology company headquartered in Redmond, Washington, that develops, manufactures, licenses, supports and sells computer software, consumer electronics and personal computers and services. It is also one of the world's most valuable companies.
Microsoft awarded significant grants to the Foundation as part of its California Antitrust Class Action Legal Settlement.
Google.org, founded in October 2005, is the charitable arm of Google. As of May 2010, the organization has committed over US$100 million in investments and grants. As of March 2012, Google.org's three million shares are valued at approximately US$1.84 billion. The corporation stated that it donates $100,000,000 in grants, 80,000 hours, and $1 billion in products each year.
The Foundation was a recipient of services from Google.org
The United States Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), also known as the Health Department, is a cabinet-level department of the U.S. federal government with the goal of protecting the health of all Americans and providing essential human services. Its motto is "Improving the health, safety, and well-being of America".
The Foundation was a recipient of multiple grants from HHS.
VISTA is an anti-poverty program created by Lyndon Johnson's Economic Opportunity Act of 1964 as the domestic version of thePeace Corps. Initially, the program increased employment opportunities for conscientious people who felt they could contribute tangibly to the War on Poverty. Volunteers served in communities throughout the U.S., focusing on enriching educational programs and vocational training for the nation's underprivileged classes
As the seventh largest community foundation in the United States, The Columbus Foundation manages $1.7 billion in assets. Since its founding, grants from donors have totaled more than $1.53 billion, primarily benefiting central Ohio.
The Columbus Foundation was an early Funder of the Foundation.
Established in the US in 1942, Dannon is a subsidiary of Danone, the leading global food and beverage company focused exclusively on better-for-you foods. For almost 75 years, Dannon has been exceeding consumer expectations through its commitment to delivering high-quality, wholesome, nutritious and innovative products in the dairy category. Dannon was a funder of the Foundation.
Aetna, Inc. s an American managed health care company, which sells traditional and consumer directed health care insurance plans and related services, such as medical, pharmaceutical, dental, behavioral health, long-term care, and disability plans. Aetna is a member of the Fortune 100. The company was a funder of the foundation.
The Office of Faith and Community Based Initiatives was a funder of the Foundaation.
The Columbus Foundation was one of the earliest funders of the organization. The Executive Director Jackie Jacobs was an important advisor to the foundation.
ForImpact | The Suddes group was instrumental with in kind advisory services. These services singlehandedly transformed the fledgling organization into a sustainable enterprise.
Cisco Systems, Inc. is an American multinational technology company headquartered in San Jose, California, that designs, manufactures, and sells networking equipment.
CISCO is the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet. 85 percent of Internet traffic travel across Cisco's systems, and it supports, manages and operates business systems for various and major third parties.
Cisco donated networking hardware to the organization to facilitate its online wiki operations.
The Columbus City Council, through the leadership of Charleta Tavares, gave a grant to the Foundation.
The The Governor's Office of Appalachia and The Appalachian Regional Commission supported the gift of curricula to the Appalachian Region of Ohio.