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Applications open for 30 college scholarships after 30 Jazz wins

ABC News
March 11, 2021

Report on the new scholarship administration partnership with the Utah Jazz and featured Fellow James D’Haiti. For every Jazz win during the 2020-21 season, they’ll provide a four-year scholarship to an underrepresented student of color enrolling as a freshman for 2021-22.

J-P Conte in People on the Move

San Francisco Business Times
March 10, 2021

Spotlights J-P Conte on joining 10,000 Degrees as Trustee of the Board of Directors.

Mill Valley Man Pays It Forward

Marin IJ
January 30, 2021

Featuring Rondell Gibson, 10,000 Degrees Program Manager, Central & Southern Marin.

Carlos Santana’s Milagro Foundation Launches the Santana Scholars Program, Awarding $100,000 to Non-Profit 10,000 Degrees Benefitting First-Generation College Students

Yahoo! Finance
November 17, 2020

In partnership, the Santana Scholars Program will provide grant funds from Carlos Santana’s Milagro Foundation and comprehensive support from 10,000 Degrees to a cohort of Bay Area students from low-income backgrounds, who will be the first in their family to attend college.

The Brief: Recovery entrepreneurship, impact growth engine, paying for success in San Francisco and Colorado, Black-owned financial institutions

ImpactAlpha
October 20, 2020

10,000 Degrees is among the three non-profits in the Bay Area to receive funding from Bay Area Donor Impact Fund.

Bay Area Women Pioneer a New, Results-Based Donation Model with $4.5+ Million in Donations Focused on Economic Mobility

NPX
October 19, 2020

Twenty-three women philanthropists came together to pioneer this new funding model in the Bay Area. Together with NPX, they selected three nonprofits to receive donations to drive upward economic mobility for over 800 people — 10,000 Degrees, Mission Asset Fund (MAF) and Rivet School.

The Brief: Recovery entrepreneurship, impact growth engine, paying for success in San Francisco and Colorado, Black-owned financial institutions

Street Insider
October 19, 2020

Twenty-three women philanthropists came together to pioneer this new funding model in the Bay Area. Together with NPX, they selected three nonprofits to receive donations to drive upward economic mobility for over 800 people — 10,000 Degrees, Mission Asset Fund (MAF) and Rivet School.