The Woodcock Foundation is a progressive family foundation established to link family creativity and resources with community development needs. Trustees select areas of interest, identify individuals within those areas who possess strong leadership skills, and then invest in them with both financial as well as technical resources. Since its transformation in 1996 from a philanthropic vehicle for its two founders, to its current form as a pro-active family foundation, Woodcock has awarded over $20 million (at present $2 million per year) to more than 40 organizations, primarily in the areas of social enterprise, reproductive health and rights, land conservation, media reform and civil society.
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Food System Focus Areas: Nutrition Education and Food Literacy, Policy, Advocacy and Organizing, Youth Leadership, Finance and Investment, Farm Preservation and Land Access, Hunger / Food Insecurity, Public Health and Healthy Food Access
Geographic Areas: National