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2021 Winner

PRIDE Industries, whose national headquarters are based in Roseville, CA, is a national non-profit organization that creates opportunities for people who experience barriers to employment, including those with disabilities, veterans, foster youth, and trafficking survivors.

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2020 Winner

Team Rubicon, whose national headquarters are based in Los Angeles, CA, is an international non-profit organization that rapidly deploys emergency response teams to communities affected by disasters and humanitarian crises across the United States and abroad.

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2018 Winner

Studio in a School, a New York City-based program that serves young people by integrating visual arts into teaching and learning, received the 2018 Chapman Prize on November 28 in Washington, DC.

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2019 Winner

Opportunity Fund (now the lending arm of Accion Opportunity Fund), a California-based program that has served as a trusted partner to small business owners in under-served communities by providing access to capital and fostering a proven path to prosperity through investing in entrepreneurs, received the 2019 Chapman Prize on December 19 in Washington, DC.

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2017 Winner

The American Red Cross, whose national headquarters are based in D.C., work to deliver vital services from providing relief and support to those in crisis to helping you be prepared to respond in emergencies, received the inaugural Chapman Prize in 2017.


“We are honored to receive the Chapman Prize for 2021. This award will benefit generations of people who are touched by disability, either personally or through a family member or friend. The Chapman Prize will quite simply allow us to serve more people and positively impact their lives.”

- Michele Bennyhoff

Director of PRIDE Industries Foundation

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