The Ford Foundation was founded in 1936 and believes that all people should be given the opportunity to reach their potential, contribute to society, and have a voice in decisions that affect them. The foundation promotes collaboration among the nonprofit, government, and business sectors. The Ford Foundation works primarily by making grants or loans that build knowledge and strengthen already existing organizations and networks. They support a wide range of social issues, but focus mainly on improving the effectiveness and accountability of the government, taking a stronger stand against gender discrimination, and funding programs that enable families to move out of poverty.
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