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Listen: Why We Should All Say Yes To Affordable Housing
CZI grantees talk housing affordability solutions on Andy Slavitt’s "In the Bubble" podcast.
In First Deployment, Ebb Carbon Uses Seawater To Capture and Store Carbon Dioxide
Ebb works with national labs, federal research agencies, and academia to further scientific understanding and demonstrate responsible deployment of marine carbon dioxide removal.
CZI is Building Economic Inclusion Through Grants to Six Bay Area Businesses and Entrepreneurs
Funding will support community-rooted businesses owned and operated by locals.
Join CZI and Check Out Along at ISTELive23
Educators to discuss how they are using strong teacher-student connections to drive student engagement.
CZI Community Fund Is Open
Applications can be submitted through 5 p.m. June 12, 2023.
Along Honored as a ‘World Changing Idea’
Along teacher-student connection builder offered by Gradient Learning recognized by Fast Company as creative solution for driving student engagement.
CZI, Redwood City Parks and Arts Foundation Launch ‘Environments of Emergence’ Art Exhibit
The work of eleven San Mateo County artists will be featured in CZI’s Community Space for the annual exhibit.
Join the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative at 2023 ASU+GSV Summit
CZI partners and leaders join panels highlighting the importance of educator and student well-being, leading impact investing, and imagining the classrooms of the future.
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Supports Bay Area Entrepreneurs In New Funding Program
The Inclusive Entrepreneurship program will award grants to six organizations that support small businesses and entrepreneurs across the Bay Area.
Community Fund: A Case Study on Participatory Grantmaking
The Community Fund team reflects on implementing participatory grantmaking into their review process and how it strengthened their ties to the community.
Kingmakers of Oakland Receives $4.8 million from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to Transform Learning... Kingmakers of Oakland Receives $4.8 million from Chan Zuckerberg Initiative to Transform Learning Environments
Kingmakers of Oakland is on a mission to improve the lives of Black boys and build a stronger education system for all students.
Sound Agriculture Raises $75 Million Series D to Advance Climate-Smart Agriculture and Sustainable... Sound Agriculture Raises $75 Million Series D to Advance Climate-Smart Agriculture and Sustainable Food Production
CZI backs Sound Agriculture, a company developing solutions for sustainable, climate-smart food production.
CZI Ventures: 2022 in Review
CZI Ventures portfolio expanded to new areas of impact; companies across the portfolio earned recognition for their efficacy, innovation and leadership.
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Announces Funding for 64 Local Organizations Supporting San Mateo County... Chan Zuckerberg Initiative Announces Funding for 64 Local Organizations Supporting San Mateo County Communities
Community leaders are breaking down barriers to help create a more socially, economically, and racially just San Mateo County. The Community Fund was created to support this work.
Redwood City Parks and Arts Foundation and CZI Launch ‘Expressions of Joy’ Art Exhibit
Community members and local artists celebrate arts and culture at the launch of the second in a series of art exhibits at CZI Community Space.
Tragedy or Turning Point? The Pandemic’s Effect on Black and Brown Youth
Panelists reflect on the pandemic’s impact over the past two years and share strategies for helping to prioritize student wellbeing and accelerate academic success.
Science, Tech, and AI Leaders Convene to Launch Kempner Institute
CZI and Harvard leadership celebrate new research institute to study natural and artificial intelligence.
Reinventing Education to Help Children Thrive
Sandra Liu Huang, CZI Head of Education, and Michael B. Horn discuss challenges facing students today and the support children need to thrive.