Clients and Partners

Child Trends gratefully acknowledges our funders, clients, and partner organizations for their support of our work. This page is updated quarterly.

Our Funders

Ahmanson Foundation
Alliance for Early Success
Always Dream Foundation
American Heart Association
Annie E. Casey Foundation
Arthur Blank Foundation
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Brady Education Foundation
California Department of Social Services
Casey Family Programs
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Colorado Department of Human Services
Columbia University
Connecticut Department of Children & Families
Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption
District of Columbia Department of Human Services, Office of Human Rights, Office of the State Superintendent of Education, District of Columbia Public Schools
Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
Edna McConnell Clark Foundation
First 5 California
Foundation for Child Development
George Kaiser Family Foundation
George Washington University
Greater Washington Community Foundation
Health Services Research Administration (HRSA)
Heising-Simons Foundation
Irving Harris Foundation
Jewish Family and Children’s Service
Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care
Michigan Early Childhood Investment Corporation
Minnesota Department of Education and Human Services
National Education Association Foundation
National Institutes of Health/NICHD
National Science Foundation
Nebraska Children and Family Foundation
New Venture Fund
North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services
North Carolina Division for Child Development and Early Education (DCDEE)
North Dakota Department of Public Instruction
Omidyar Network
Pritzker Children’s Initiative
Public Broadcasting Service (PBS)
Richard W. Goldman Family Foundation
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation
The Duke Endowment
The JPB Foundation
The Lucile Packard Foundation for Children’s Health
The Spencer Foundation
Tides Center
US Department of Education
US Department of Health & Human Services
US Department of Justice
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
Washington State Department of Early Learning
William Penn Foundation
William T. Grant Foundation
Zoma Foundation

Our Partners

Abt Associates
Abriendo Puertas
Access Youth
Action Research Partners
Affirma Solutions
Altarum Institute
American Institutes for Research
Avera McKennan Hospital and University Center
Arizona First Things First
Boston Medical Center
Boston Public Health Commission
Bowling Green State University
Brazelton Touchpoints Center, Boston Children’s Hospital
Brigham & Women’s Healthcare Center
Brookings Institution
Capital Meeting Planning
Center for the Study of Social Policy
Center for Native American Youth
Center for Family Policy and Practice
Children & Families First Delaware, Inc.
Children’s National Medical Center
Claremont Graduate University
Clayton Early Learning
Communities in Schools of Durham
Conscious Discipline
Council of Chief State School Officers
Creative Arc
Creative International
Delaware Department of Education
District Analytics
Duke University
Early Connections Learning Center
Eleven11 Group
EMT Associates
Ewald & Wasserman
Fathers, Inc.
First Up
Forum for Youth Investment
Foundation for Mental Hygiene
Futures without Violence
Georgetown University
Georgia Department of Early Care & Learning
Georgia State University
Good Plus Foundation
Group i&i
Healthy Teen Network
ICF International
IMPAQ International
Ivanhoe Broadcast
James Bell Associates
Johns Hopkins University
JRA Consulting
Kaiser Permanente
Los Angeles Unified School District
Lutheran Social Services of the National Capital Area
Marcus Autism Center
Massachusetts Department of Early Education and Care
Mathematica Policy Research
Maya Tech Corporation
MEF Associates
Minnesota Department of Education & Human Services
National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE)
National Black Child Development Institute
National CASA Association
National Governors Association
National Health Law Program
National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA)
National Institute for Children’s Health Quality (NICHQ)
National League of Cities
National Opinion Research Center (NORC)
National Resource Center on Domestic Violence
New Jersey Department of Children and Families
New York State Office of Children & Families
New York University
North Carolina Catawba County Division of Social Services
North Carolina Division of Child Development & Early Education
North Carolina State Board of Education
Ohio State University
Opportunity Nation
Ounce of Prevention
Patchbay Media
Pennsylvania State University
Portland State University
Public Schools of North Carolina
Public Strategies
Raben Group
Reading Partners
Research Triangle Institute (RTI)
Rhode Island Association for the Education of Young Children (RIAEYC)
Rhode Island Department of Education
Salt River Schools
Social Justice Ventures
Society for Prevention Research
South Ward Children’s Alliance
SRI International
Stand for Leadership Center
Synergy Enterprises
Texas Tech University
Texas Association for the Protection of Children (TexProtects)
The Mary Imogene Basset Hospital d/b/a Bassett Medical Center
Third Sector New England
Trilogy Interactive
Trust for Learning
Tufts University
United Friends of the Children
United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
United Way Southeastern Michigan
University of Arizona
University of Chicago
University of Colorado-Denver
University of Illinois-Chicago
University of Florida Survey Center
University of Maryland
University of Massachusetts- Boston Children’s Hospital
University of Massachusetts-Worcester Medical School
University of North Carolina- Greensboro
University of Texas at Austin
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin Survey Center
Upstream USA
Urban Institute
Venture Philanthropy Partners
Vermont Department for Children & Families
Virginia Department of Social Services
Welfare Research, Inc.
YMCA of the USA
Youth Advocate Programs
Youth Guidance
Youth Villages
Zero to Three