2021 EBSCO Community Impact Winners

Posted on January 1, 2021

EBSCO Community Impact (ECI) is a team member-led funding and volunteer program, designed to help create positive results through the support EBSCO provides. This annual program is dedicated to helping nonprofit organizations through monetary contributions and volunteer service.

ECI 2021 focused resources and efforts towards organizations whose work specifically targets social inequity and racial inequality in the Blount, Jefferson, Shelby, St Clair, and Walker counties.

Meet the 2021 EBSCO Community Impact Grant Award Winners

Preschool Partners is dedicated to preparing preschool children and their parents for kindergarten and success in school. Read more: https://www.preschool-partners.org/

STAIR assists students in our community struggling with literacy, as a result of systemic racism and social injustice. Read more: https://www.stairbirmingham.org/

HICA a community development and advocacy organization that champions economic equality, civic engagement, and social justice for Latino families in Alabama. Read more: https://hicaalabama.org/en/home

Breakthrough Birmingham strives to reverse educational inequity by providing free, year-round, high quality, multi-year programs for middle and high school students. Read more: http://breakthroughbham.org/

Greater Birmingham Ministries is a multi-faith, multi-racial organization that provides emergency services for people in need and engages the poor and the non-poor in systemic change efforts to build a strong, supportive, engaged community and pursue a more just society for all people. Read more: https://gbm.org/

Alabama Possible is a statewide nonprofit organization that breaks down barriers to prosperity through advocacy, education, and collaboration. Read more: https://alabamapossible.org/

Alabama Appleseed Center for Law & Justice is a non-profit, non-partisan organization founded in 1999 whose mission is to work to achieve justice and equity for all Alabamians. Read more: https://www.alabamaappleseed.org/

YouthServe unites diverse youth across real and perceived boundaries to build bridges, connect to community and sense of place, and lead positive change. Read more: http://youthservebham.org/