Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute
Grants to Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute
2014 (Duration 1 year, 6 months)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK — The Roosevelt Institute is a non-profit organization focused on developing progressive ideas and leadership to restore America's promise of opportunity for all. The Instituteâin partnership with Joseph Stiglitz of the Columbia University and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Developmentâwill pursue a major, multi-year effort to contribute to the development and implementation of an agenda to reduce inequality, including research activities, convenings and strategies to educate policymakers, decision makers, and influencers about rising economic inequality, its consequences, and solutions; and produce a draft agenda to reduce inequality that outlines concrete policy solutions and implementation steps.
2014 (Duration 2 years, 2 months)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK — This grant to the Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute supports the Roosevelt Campus Network, the country's largest national student policy organization. With a robust chapter network of nearly 140 college campuses, the Campus Network is engaging young people in activism that empowers them as leaders and promotes their ideas for change. The Roosevelt Campus Network will use this operating support to add chapters, mobilize chapters around leading policy issues such as inequality, expand its presence in targeted states, starting in Illinois, and deepen engagement with its members and alumni.
2012 (Inactive Grant)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK — Founded in 2004, the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network is the country's largest student policy organization. With a robust chapter network of more than 100 college campuses, the Campus Network is made up of more than 10,000 student members who are taking action on their ideas and creating an impact in their communities. This grant provides flexible operating funds to support the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network in its next stage of growth, as it adds new chapters, engages in state and local policy issues, amplifies the youth voice in national debates, and creates mechanisms for sustained youth engagement.
2010 (Inactive Grant)
NEW YORK, NEW YORK — In support of the Roosevelt Institute Campus Network and the project Think 2040: Millennial Visioning to Tackle America's Long-Term Challenges (over two years).
The MacArthur Foundation awarded Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute $2,100,000 between 2002 and 2014.