Funders

Search Institute is a nonprofit organization that works with a wide range of organizations to accomplish its mission. We are grateful to the following organizations for their collaboration and support.

  • Altria Group, to support ParentFurther, a Search Institute resource for families.
  • Blandin Foundation, to support Search Institute’s partnership with the Itasca Area Initiative for Student Success.
  • Capital One, to support Bank It, an online resource that integrates youth development and financial literacy to help teenagers and families talk about and manage their money.
  • Cargill Foundation, to provide matching support to Search Institute’s Building Assets, Reducing Risks Innovation Project.
  • Curtis L. Carlson Family Foundation, to provide matching support to Search Institute’s Building Assets, Reducing Risks Innovation Project.
  • John Templeton Foundation, to support the Roots of Engaged Citizenship project (in collaboration with Claremont Graduate University and West Virginia State University) and the 2012 Laws of Life Youth Summit.
  • Minneapolis Foundation, to provide matching support to Search Institute’s Building Assets, Reducing Risks Innovation Project.
  • Otto Bremer Foundation, to provide matching support to Search Institute’s Building Assets, Reducing Risks Innovation Project.
  • RAND Corporation, to partner in the Getting to Outcomes with Developmental Assets in Maine, which was made possible with support from the National Institute on Drug Abuse.
  • Rural School and Community Trust, to provide matching support to Search Institute’s Building Assets, Reducing Risks Innovation Project.
  • The Salvation Army, to integrate and measure asset-based youth development in its network of Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Centers across the United States.
  • Save the Children Canada, with support from the MasterCard Foundation, to partner in Youth in Action: Creating Pathways to Opportunity. This partnership uses the Developmental Assets Profile and other measures to examine how experiential and non-formal learning opportunities contribute to improving the socio-economic status of vulnerable, rural youth in five African countries: Burkina Faso, Egypt, Ethiopia, Malawi, and Uganda.
  • Student Conservation Association, to build SCA’s system-wide capacity to intentionally and consistently produce and measure priority youth development outcomes.
  • Target Corporation, to provide matching support to Search Institute’s Building Assets, Reducing Risks Innovation Project.
  • University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs, to co-convene a design lab with Twin Cities allies to explore community engagement in K-12 educational improvement and reform.
  • U. S. Department of Education’s Investing in Innovation Fund (I3), to provide matching support to Search Institute’s Building Assets, Reducing Risks Innovation Project.
  • World Vision International, to use Search Institute’s Developmental Assets Profile as a key measure of subjective child well-being around the world and to advance a positive approach the development with vulnerable children, youth, and families around the world.

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