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Our Partners

  • Bloomberg,LP
  • BMO Capital Markets
  • GE Foundation
  • Los Angeles Dodgers
  • Major League Baseball
  • New Era Cap Company
  • Nike,Inc.
  • The Coca Cola Foundation
  • Willis Group
  • BTIG
  • Goldman Sachs Group
  • Windmill Foundation
  • Gregg Gonsalves
  • Steve Greenberg
  • United Health Foundation
  • Unilever
  • Deloitte
  • Joseph J. Plumeri
  • Praxair
  • Northrop Grumman Corporation
  • Lebworth Foundation
  • Martin Edelman, Esq
  • Prudential
  • Alva Greenberg

Foundation Events

Support that Makes a Difference: The Pros

Jackie Robinson lettered in four sports at UCLA. JRF crosses sports borders as well, with support from professional sports leagues, teams, owners and players.
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Class of 2019 Scholarship Application Available for Review

A review version of the application to be considered for the Class of 2019 JRF Scholars is now online for high school seniors to acquaint themselves with. The application “goes live” on November 1.
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JRF Alumni: Where Are They Now? Shani Allison

This JRF alumna received the 2013 Distinguished Alumni Award from Penn State and is an Analyst at Ford Motor Company, where she oversees the planning and execution of complex projects related to SUV & Truck vehicle lines. She is also extremely active in the community. Who is it?
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Support That Makes A Difference:
BMO Capital Markets

JRF is excited to once again be a beneficiary of BMO Capital Markets’ philanthropic Equity Through Education Trading Day in New York and Toronto on Sept. 24, 2014. Mark your calendars, because on that day a percentage of each trade made through BMO Capital Markets will be directed towards supporting Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholars’ college education. Make your trades count.
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JRF Scholar Profile: Announcing the Class of 2018

The Jackie Robinson Foundation is excited to announce the 40 members of the Class of 2018 Jackie Robinson Scholars, an exemplary group of incoming college freshman in the Foundation’s premier minority scholarship program that was founded by Rachel Robinson, wife of iconic American hero Jackie Robinson, in 1973. They will attend colleges and universities across the country.
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Foundation News: Josh Balber Joins JRF

JRF added a new member to its roster, announcing the recent appointment of Josh Balber as the Foundation’s new Communications Director. After fifteen years of communications leadership in the publishing, nonprofit arts and education sectors in the New York metropolitan area, Balber joined JRF this summer.
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Foundation News: The St. Louis Cardinals, On the Run and Anheuser-Busch Raise $46,000 for JRF

The St. Louis Cardinals, On the Run and Anheuser-Busch teamed up for the seventh straight year to support the Jackie Robinson Foundation and Cardinals Care, raising $46,000 for the two foundations, by raffling off Jackie Robinson Day game-worn jerseys. Anheuser-Busch made an additional $15,000 donation to benefit Jackie Robinson Foundation Scholars. Donations like these help students achieve their full potential in college.
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Foundation News: Jackie Robinson West To Receive a JRF Scholarship

Chances are you were following the incredible run by the all-African American Jackie Robinson West Little League team from the South Side of Chicago as they marched to a U.S. Championship a few weeks back. Thanks to the tremendous support by U.S. Cellular, Ford Motor Company Fund, and members of JRF’s Board of Directors, the Foundation is able to offer a member of the Jackie Robinson West Little League a JRF Scholarship starting in 2015.
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Jackie Robinson Foundation, U.S. Cellular and Ford Motor Company Fund Announce JRF Scholarship for Jackie Robinson West (JRW)

JRF announced today that, in partnership with U.S. Cellular and the Ford Motor Company Fund, the Foundation will provide a four year JRF college scholarship to a member of the Jackie Robinson West Little League (JRW).
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JRF Mourns the Loss of Actress and ROBIE Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient Ruby Dee

Actress and civil rights activist Ruby Dee died on June 11, 2014. Dee was 91. Along with her husband, Ossie Davis, the award winning actress received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Jackie Robinson Foundation in 2004. The couple reflected on Jackie Robinson’s legacy noting that “Jackie’s life was one of the most significant landmarks on the battlefield against the stupidity of racism.”
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