Prudential Foundation Grants
Each year, The Prudential Foundation invests over $25 million in grants in efforts that support the revitalization of communities and support Prudential employees' community engagement efforts.
- Education leadership to support reform in public education by increasing the capacity of educators, parents, and community residents to implement public school reform. The Prudential Foundation also funds organizations whose efforts influence policy that adapts promising practices and evidence-based approaches to instruction and learning in schools.
- Youth development to build skills and competencies needed for young people to be productive citizens. This includes expanding arts education opportunities and supporting effective out-of-school-time programs for young people.
- Workforce development programs to train and place individuals in high-demand occupations.
- Business development opportunities to create and grow businesses.
- Community revitalization initiatives to strengthen community development corporations (CDCs).
Arts & Civic Infrastructure
- Arts as an economic engine and as a quality-of-life issue to ensure that residents have access to quality arts programs.
- Capacity building activities for nonprofit organizations to ensure their sustainability and growth.