• The Business Opportunity Association in Washington, D.C., provides strategic and development assistance for black-owned companies and targets the gap between rich and poor between black and white American families.
• The Boys and Girls Club of America plans to use the funds to help establish the TLC youth advocacy program to further educate 5,000 young people and build advocacy capabilities through service learning projects.
• Breakthrough Miami, whose Changemaker leadership tracking course provides support for Breakthrough Scholars and recent alumni to build the ability to challenge the digital divide, gain early work experience, college consulting, financial knowledge, and leadership development.
• The Police Fairness Center in Los Angeles and its efforts to expand the use of COMPSTAT – software that tracks incidents, identifies trends, and measures crimes that are accountable to the department.
• Covenant House is located in New York and is committed to serving the development and education of the nation’s workforce, as well as serving young people and young families facing homelessness.
• Just City-Memphis and its Memphis community bail fund, clean slate fund and court surveillance program.
•MENTOR, which provides resources and tools related to virtual coaching, which can be used for nationwide coaching programs.
• Oregon Judicial Resource Center and its support for women’s justice projects-Oregon’s first and only program to address the needs of women in the criminal justice system.
• Per Scholas of Brooklyn registered 220 newcomers to its software engineering course, a 15-week full-time training program that will include technical guidance and professional development to promote economic equality.
• Texas Appleseed’s work in three areas has a disproportionate impact on blacks and Latino Texans from low-income backgrounds: driver’s license suspension, criminal record deletion, and debt collection.
• United Way Global’s “Young Men’s Joint Program”, which aims to support 25,000 young people of color in the United States to travel to college and entry-level occupations.
•Silver Spring University, American Dream College, Maryland, and its “Children of Imprisoned” initiative, which provides guidance and leadership to a unique population of primarily black and Latino young people in communities that are victims of racial prejudice and mass incarceration Training, education support and career preparation.
Since the formation of the “Inspire Change” initiative, the NFL has sponsored 20 different social justice organizations.