Grants

Category Economic and Poverty Research

2003 $22,500

Latino Economic Development Corporation

Amount
$7,500
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
2003

To support economic and financial literacy programs for DC adults primarily focusing on Latinos.

Urban Institute

Amount
$15,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
2003

To support the DC Policy Forum and monthly e-newsletter.

2002 $25,000

Urban Institute

Amount
$10,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
2002

To support the Capitol Area Policy Forum and monthly issues newsletter.

2001 $45,000

Brookings Institution

Amount
$35,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
2001

To support the development of workforce policies for the Washington metropolitan area ($25,000) and to support the Greater Washington Research Program’s ($10,000) monitoring and evaluation of welfare-to-work programs in the metropolitan area.

Urban Institute

Amount
$10,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
2001

To support the DC Policy Forums the present research findings on issues of local interest.

2000 $25,000

Brookings Institution

Amount
$25,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
2000

To support the development of workforce policies for the metropolitan area.

1999 $10,000

Greater Washington Research Center

Amount
$10,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1999

To support monitoring and analysis of the implementation of welfare-to-work in the DC metropolitan area.

1998 $41,000

Brookings Institution

Amount
$25,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1998

The final year of a two-year grant (total: $50,000) to support the Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy.

DC Action for Children

Amount
$5,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1998

To support a survey of local welfare recipients on the effect of welfare-to-work requirements. The DC survey is based on a national model.

Greater Washington Research Center

Amount
$11,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1998

To support monitoring and analysis of the implementation of welfare-to-work in the DC metropolitan area and for general support of this nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization.

1997 $80,000

Brookings Institution

Amount
$25,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1997

The first year of a two-year grant (total: $50,000) to support the Center on Urban and Metropolitan Policy.

Greater Washington Research Center

Amount
$5,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1997

For support of monitoring and data analysis of welfare-to-work programs in the Washington metropolitan area.

Urban Institute

Amount
$50,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1997

Fifth of five annual payments (total: $250,000) to support the 25th Anniversary Campaign of this D.C.-based independent research organization.

1996 $55,000

Greater Washington Research Center

Amount
$5,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1996

For support of organizational and program assessment.

Urban Institute

Amount
$50,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1996

Fourth of five annual payments (total: $250,000) to support the 25th Anniversary Campaign of this independent research organization.

1995 $75,000

Greater Washington Research Center

Amount
$5,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1995

For support of the Greater Washington Consumer Survey, an ongoing monthly economic and demographic survey of metropolitan area residents.

Greater Washington Research Center

Amount
$20,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1995

For support of the Committee on Strategies to Reduce Chronic Poverty to participate in the D.C. Agenda Project, Preparing the Nation’s Capital for the 21st Century, an initiative of the Federal City Council. Areas targeted for action include 1) improving the efficiency of the District government; 2) developing a plan to improve the city’s tax base; and 3) improving the city’s overall quality of life.

Urban Institute

Amount
$50,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1995

Third of five annual payments (total $250,000) to support the 25th Anniversary Campaign for this organization which has studied the problems of poverty and evaluated public policies to alleviate poverty since 1968.

1994 $55,000

Greater Washington Research Center

Amount
$5,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1994

For support of the Greater Washington Consumer Survey, an ongoing monthly economic and demographic survey of metropolitan area residents.

Urban Institute

Amount
$50,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1994

Second of five annual payments (total: $250,000) to support the 25th Anniversary Campaign for this organization which has studied the problems of poverty and evaluated public policies to alleviate poverty since 1968.

1993 $55,000

Greater Washington Research Center

Amount
$5,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1993

For the Economic Outlook program which tracks labor force, demographic and fiscal statistics of the greater Washington region.

Urban Institute

Amount
$50,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1993

First of five annual payments ($250,000) to support the 25th Anniversary Campaign for this organization which has studies the problems of poverty and evaluated public policies to alleviate poverty since 1968.

1992 $5,000

Greater Washington Research Center

Amount
$5,000
Category
Economic and Poverty Research
Grants Made in
1992

For the Economic Outlook program which tracks labor force, demographic and fiscal statistics of the greater Washington region.

Total: $493,500