Robin Hood Annual Report 2023






Robin Hood partners with poverty-fighting nonprofits on key decisions and helps them build their networks, develop skills, and fund capacity-building projects so they can operate and scale effective, sustainable programs.

Nonprofit, poverty-fighting organizations lack the resources and tools they need to strengthen their resiliency and scale their impact.

In 2023, Robin Hood secured $5.1 million in pro bono capacity-building support for 30 community partners from seven firms: Deloitte, Accenture, Berkeley Partnership, Paul Weiss, Alvarez and Marsal, McKinsey, and OC&C. Impact Capital Grants Initiative Good facilities are essential to running great schools, efficient food pantries, and effective health care centers or job training programs. The Capital Grants Initiative provides grantees with advice, connections, and funding to secure, build, and improve brick-and-mortar facilities that support their important work. This year, Robin Hood provided hands-on support for building new housing, school facilities, and food distribution warehouses. Grants Readiness and Training Robin Hood’s Grant Readiness and Insights Training (GRIT) initiative provides workshops and individual support to help rising directors of local community-based organizations to improve and refine their proposals to secure robust philanthropic funding. This year, GRIT served 50 nonprofits, including 12 CEOs and 186 staff members. Board Placement Program Robin Hood facilitates board placements by connecting talented individuals with impactful nonprofits. This year, 30 candidates were placed across 25 community partner organizations. To learn more about Robin Hood’s Board Placement Program, please email

IN 2023


Robin Hood secured $5.1 million in pro bono services to support 75% of the Robin Hood portfolio.

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