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    1. Building Bridges Program Awards $2.4 Million in Grants
      Fifteen Organizations Win Support to Create Intercultural Understanding....
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      Announcing the Child Well-being Leadership Development Grantees
      DDCF Announces Grants to Child Well-being Leadership Development Programs....
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      DDCF Launches Physician Scientist Fellowship
      New Program to Support Research by Subspecialty Fellows Opens for Application....
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      16 ARTS ORGANIZATIONS WIN $4.5M TOTAL FOR SECTOR LEADERSHIP
      DDCF ANNOUNCES NATIONAL AWARDS TO 16 LEADING ARTS ORGANIZATIONS….
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      DDCF SHARES HOW REAL-TIME USE OF DATA STRENGTHENS HEALTH SYSTEMS
      A LOOK AT WAYS MOZAMBIQUE IS EMBEDDING RESEARCH INTO SERVICE DELIVERY….
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      DDCF ANNOUNCES NEW INITIATIVE TO COMBAT CLIMATE CHANGE
      ENVIRONMENT PROGRAM COMMITS $20M TO NATURAL CLIMATE SOLUTIONS….
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      GRANTS

      Learn more about our grant-making process, open competitions and funding opportunities, and grant recipients.



      Grantee Spotlight

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      Grantee Spotlight

      Melissa Cervantes and Children's Hospital Oakland Research Institute

      Read about how Melissa Cervantes, a student at Holy Names High School, embraced her first mentored, hands-on clinical research experience at the Children’s Hospital Oakland Research Institute, ultimately presenting her work at a national conference and increasing her exposure to career possibilities in the biomedical sciences.

      What We're Learning

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      What We're Learning

      New Video: The Secret History of Muslims in the U.S.

      People often think of Muslims’ history in the U.S. as part of recent immigration waves, but Islam's roots here go back hundreds of years. Watch, laugh with, and learn from comedian Negin Farsad and Professor Hussein Rashid of Barnard College in this animated short (executive produced by the Doris Duke Foundation for Islamic Art) that illuminates some of Muslims' many contributions to this country.