Improving the quality of life in the Great Lakes region and across the country.
How teacher quality became a national priority.
Myths and Facts About Gun Violence The toll gun violence takes on communities is preventable
Americans Agree. We must protect the Great Lakes.
Survey: Opportunity for Lower-Wage Workers and Their Employers
The Joyce Foundation supports the development of policies that both improve the quality of life for people in the Great Lakes region and serve as models for the rest of the country. We focus on today's most pressing problems while also informing the public policy decisions critical to creating opportunity and achieving long-term solutions. The work is based on sound research and is focused on where we can add the most value. We encourage innovative and collaborative approaches with a regional focus and the potential for a national reach.
African Americans, Latinos Say Addressing Gun Violence Can
Help Fix Justice System by Improving Police-Community Relations and Reducing
In April, 50 grants totaling $10.2 million were approved by the Joyce Foundation Board of Directors to further address pressing economic and social challenges.
$3 million grant to four Great Lakes community areas: Chicago’s northwest suburbs; Central Ohio; Madison, Wisconsin; and Rockford, Illinois
The Joyce Foundation
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Chicago, Illinois 60654
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