Delivering Measurable Change Across the Country

We make strategic investments to scale nonprofits into our communities to effectively address community-identified, long-standing economic and racial inequities. This enables evidence-based, innovative programs to scale to where they are needed, open economic mobility opportunities for individuals, children, and families and improve outcomes.

By providing financial support, attracting and mobilizing additional resources from both the private and public sectors and building a strong community of support, we ensure sustainability and measurable change communities want.

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In 2022-23, we reached

387,981 People Across 12 Cities

Map of the United States San Francisco Bay Area San Francisco Bay Area Kansas City Kansas City Twin Cities Twin Cities Chicago Chicago Cincinnati Cincinnati Detroit Detroit Atlanta Atlanta Charlotte Charlotte Baltimore Baltimore Philadelphia Philadelphia Greater Newark Greater Newark Boston Boston
Our Portfolio

GreenLight has invested in 53 portfolio organizations


$37M invested by GreenLight in portfolio organizations

$259M additional funds raised by portfolio organizations 


79% of participants identify as people of color facing barriers to prosperity

339 Selection Advisory Council members across our locations

Measuring Results Keeps Our Work on Track

Every year, we invest in results-oriented nonprofits that address unmet needs identified by local communities and, each year, our impact increases exponentially as our network of portfolio organizations continues to grow and make measurable progress.

We assess the progress of our portfolio against stated goals to ensure we’re meeting key milestones and benchmarks and then provide ongoing support to stay on track.

In Boston
100%

of BAM Scholars advanced to the next grade, overcoming challenges and embracing the future. Devon shares his experience.

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In Detroit
86%

of new teachers report their New Teacher Center mentors positively influenced their teaching practice

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In Philadelphia
$7,600

in escrow, on average, for Compass Working Capital-Clarify participants helps Akirah reach her goals.

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We rely on a community of champions and supporters who believe in the power and potential of community-driven change.