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2023 GO! Program Grant Recipients

2023 GO! Program Grant Recipients

For the ninth straight year, ECMC Foundation is distributing funding to nonprofit organizations working to improve education through innovation and racial equity. The Foundation announced that 98 nonprofits will receive a portion of the total $1 million in GO! Program grants, which will go to organizations nominated and chosen by employees of its parent organization, ECMC Group.

The following is a list of this year’s GO! Program grant recipients:

A Place Called Home
America Needs You
Assistance League of Minneapolis/St. Paul (ALMSP)
Big Brother Big Sister of Metro Atlanta
Boy With A Ball
Boys & Girls Club of the Twin Cities
Bridge2Life South Florida
Broken Men Foundation
Camp Odayin
Carmel Friendship Church
Carousel Ranch
Carrie Steel-Pitts Home
Children's Choice for Hearing and Talking Sacramento (CCHAT) Center
Concord Elementary School
Cristo Rey High School - Tampa
Cristo Rey Jesuit High School
District 279 Foundation
Eagleforce Robotics
Eden Prairie Schools
EHS FIRST Robotics
Every Meal
Face to Face
First Fruits Farm
First Gen Empower
Focus Minnesota
Four Paws to Freedom
Friends of Outdoor School
Give A Beat
H2O for Life
Helping Mamas
Hennepin Health Foundation
herArts in Action
Hmong Early Childhood Coalition
Hollywood Hollywood Cinema Production Resources
Hope 4 Youth
Houston Jumpers Yb
Influencers Church
Integrated Refugee & Immigrant Services (IRIS)
Jordan High School Band
Junior Achievement North
Junior Achievement of Georgia
Junior Achievement of Sacramento
Junior Achievement of Tampa Bay
Kids In Need Foundation
Lake Elmo Elementary
Lakes International Language Academy
Latino Network
Library Foundation of Los Angeles
Literacy Minnesota
Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) Foundation
Lunar Startups
Minnesota Education Equity Partnership
Moms on a Mission
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Minnesota
Neighbors, Inc
Northside Achievement Zone
OneGoal Graduation - Houston
Outward Bound Adventures
Page Education Foundation
Pajama Program
Parkview Center School
Path to College
People Incorporated
Prime Time Palm Beach County
Project Reach
RCCG The Restorer's House
Reading Partners Twin Cities
Roseville Area Schools
S.O.B.E.R. International
Sacramento Children's Museum
Sacramento Loaves & Fishes
School on Wheels
Scouts BSA Troop 148
Soar for Youth
Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs
Spark Youth
St. Louis Park High School
Stanford Sierra Youth & Families
Starts Right Here
Teach For America, Twin Cities
The Connect Center
The Sanneh Foundation
The SEAD Project
The Spring of Tampa Bay
The Taylor House
Thinkwatts Foundation
U First
Urban Youth Impact
Warren Township Schools
We Can Ride
West Metro Miracle Athletics
Youth Conflict Resolution Center
Youth Orchestras of San Antonio

The GO! Program is separate from ECMC Foundation’s core grantmaking activities. Recipients must be nominated by an employee of ECMC Group, ECMC Foundation’s parent company.