National Service Challenge
The National Service Challenge supports national service as a pathway of opportunity for young people, especially people of color and young adults from low-income households.
In recognition of the unique challenges facing young veterans, the Schultz Family Foundation invested $7 million in four veteran service organizations designed to improve employment outcomes for this subpopulation.
Mobilizing America for Refugees Fund
Tens of thousands of Afghans have been forced to flee their homeland, many because of threats to their lives and livelihoods due to their association with the United States.
The Plate Fund
When the COVID-19 crisis hit the Seattle area, thousands of restaurants suspended operations, closed and let go of their staff.
Onward to Opportunity
Having a job lined up before you leave the military is one of the most effective ways to ensure a smooth transition back into civilian life.
100,000 Opportunities Initiative
Millions of Opportunity Youth would like to be working but are unable or unsure how to take the first steps. The 100,000 Opportunities Initiative™ helps them prepare for and land their first jobs.
$1 Million National Service Challenge
Recognizing the role of philanthropy as an innovation partner to the public sector, the Schultz Family Foundation is launching the $1 Million National Service Challenge to support national service as a pathway of opportunity for all young people.