The Wallace Foundation



The Wallace Foundation was launched in 1922 by the founders of The Reader's Digest Association, De Witt and Lila Acheson Wallace. The Foundation aims to improve education and enrichment for disadvantaged children. They fund projects to test innovative ideas for solving important social problems, conducting research to find out what works and what doesn't and to fill key knowledge gaps, and then communicating the results to others.


The Foundation's vision is that children, particulary those living in distressed urban areas, have access to good schools and a variety of enrichment programs in and outside of school that prepare them to be contributing members of their communities.



Their mission is to improve learning and enrichment opportunities for children through supporting and sharing effective ideas and practices.

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Recent News from Wallace Foundation


“America's Educator” Dr. Steve Perry and NBA Legend Dikembe Motumbo Headline National ...
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The conference is supported, in part, by the following partners: ACT, Aflac, Clear Channel Outdoor, Community Foundation of Atlanta, Demco,...more

With $30M Awarded in FY2019, NC State Education Faculty Set Record for Grants Awarded for ...
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$2,034,053, three- year grant from the ECMC Foundation to enhance and strengthen postsecondary Career and Technical Education...more

Point of View: Palm Beach County's Birth to 22 alliance continues grappling with, tackling youth ...
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In the past six years, the collaborative has brought in grant funding to train 30 community partners who work with youth involved in both...more

Art Movements: German Video Games Can Now Feature Swastikas, Bloomberg Grants Small ...
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Wrightwood 659 was co-founded by media publisher Fred Eychaner, who is behind the Alphawood Foundation, a grant-making private...more

A Look At Bloomberg's Latest Move on Public Art
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The initiative represented a big commitment to a historically underappreciated medium from a billionaire philanthropist concerned with urban issues, economic development and performance measurement....more

"New Perspectives and New Solutions." Bloomberg's Latest Move on Public Art
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The initiative represented a big commitment in a historically underappreciated medium from a billionaire philanthropist concerned with urban issues, economic development, and performance measurement....more

Power Moves: Gayle Isa is leaving Asian Arts Initiative in June
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Plus, leadership changes at Philanthropy Network Greater Philadelphia, Living Beyond Breast Cancer and nine more. ... Hodges joined the region's convener of funders this week after working as program...more

Engage Thy Neighbor: A Bay Area Funder Links Public Art to Timely Social Issues
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If there's any doubt that "engagement" may be the Rosetta Stone of arts philanthropy, consider this: The Wallace Foundation has committed $52 million to study the concept. It is within this...more

Wallace Foundation President Explains Foundation's “Unified Approach”
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In an interview with the Funder's Forum, Wallace Foundation President Will Miller explains the “unified approach” that underlies the foundation's initiatives and describes how a focus on...more

Can Schools Use Arts to Support Academics Under ESSA? It's Tricky
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Of the funding opportunities, the law's Title IV program, a broad, academic-enrichment grant, specifically notes that "music and the arts as tools...more



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