The SILA Foundation’s ‘FOOTPRINT’ Grant is presented during our Annual Meeting to a qualifying organization located within the general vicinity of the meeting city. Qualifying organizations include those who provide opportunities or educational activities for the public that develop and/or improve individuals’ capabilities that enhance their personal career and/or general wellbeing. Activities may include personal development, job skill improvement, industry based educational materials, courses, public discussion groups, panels, lectures, personal career development, mentoring, job training, job fairs, or other programs deemed appropriate by the Foundation.
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San Diego, California
Reality Changers transforms lives by providing youth from disadvantaged backgrounds with academic support, financial assistance, and leadership training to become college graduates.
The mission of Indy Reads is to build the literacy, English language, and job readiness skills to empower adults and families to reach their full potential. And their vision is simple: 100% literacy for all. They're working to make this dream a reality by providing free literacy, English language, and workforce readiness programs to adults through our innovative Community Classrooms at sites around Marion County.
The mission of Elevate Orlando is to build long-term, life-changing relationships with urban youth, equipping them to thrive and contribute to their community. Their vision is for all at-risk Central-Florida youth to have the tools, character qualities, and hope to succeed in life.
San Antonio, Texas
On a foundation of Christian faith, Martha O'Bryan Center empowers children, youth, and adults in poverty to transform their lives through work, education, employment and fellowship.
Martha O'Bryan Center
Throughout San Antonio and Bexar County, Brighton Center provides developmental and educational services to children of ALL abilities. With a holistic, family-centered approach, they offer enrichment and development through an inclusive early childhood education program, as well as therapy services, counseling, case management, and special education support & services.
Working Wardrobes is Orange County’s foremost career development nonprofit, championing on behalf of at-risk men, women, young adults, and veterans to help them achieve the Power of a Paycheck.
The Ben Bragg Memorial Scholarship
New Orleans, Louisiana
The Ben Bragg Memorial Scholarship at St Paul’s High School was established in 2010 to honor Ben’s memory and encourage positive traits in others. The scholarship is given to an eighth-grader in financial need. While grades are important, Ben’s scholarship is designed to impact those students who are not candidates for other scholarships that focus on high-grade point averages.
The purpose of DenverGives is to promote community giving, raise awareness and develop resources for small local nonprofits within the greater Denver Metro community.