Support for Initiatives to Help Vulnerable Youth Thrive
The Andrus Family Fund seeks to foster just and sustainable change in the United States by supporting nonprofit organizations that work to remove barriers and create conditions in which the most vulnerable youth can thrive. The Fund focuses its grantmaking on addressing the needs of young people ages 16-24 impacted by foster care and the juvenile justice system. Preference is given to organizations that prioritize the needs of low-income communities and youth of color. Grants are provided in the categories of direct service, policy/advocacy, and community organizing. Letters of inquiry may be submitted through May 17, 2019. Visit the Fund’s website to learn more about the grantmaking guidelines and application process.