The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation seeks to transform the life trajectories of vulnerable and economically disadvantaged youth. We make large, long-term investments, frequently partnering with other funders, and promote effective public and private support of nonproﬁts with a potential for growth and compelling evidence that they can help more young people become successful, productive adults.
Grantees in Action
Bullying had begun to take a toll on shy and quiet Jordan Cooper, but PACE Center for Girls helped her rebuild her self-confidence and believe in herself. Read Jordan's story.
EMCF has launched a new venture called PropelNext to help promising nonprofits build their capacity and ability to use data so they can more effectively improve the life prospects of young people.