All individuals should be able to achieve their full potential, no matter what boundaries may stand in their way. We believe knowledgeable, well-educated individuals have the power to shape opportunity, take control of their lives, and mobilize their talents on behalf of their communities.
The Wagner Foundation supports access to economic opportunity through training, apprenticeships, and other employment programs. To equip the next generation to find and create jobs of the future will require a creative approach to working with business partners, greater investments in training and skill-building, challenging systemic barriers while augmenting existing pathways to economic mobility.
Root Capital November 15, 2022 This report draws on 10 years of global data from Root Capital’s Women in Agriculture Initiative to build the business case for investing in women in agricultural SMEs.
Written by Alyssa Wright In 2005, Philanthropist Charlotte Wagner had a vision as she established her family’s foundation in Boston, Massachusetts. Wagner Foundation would work to build just and robust community across the globe by way of engaging with organizations that focussed on improving health equity, increasing economic mobility, expanding institutional fairness, and striving for […]
Partners in Health, a Boston-based international medical charity, has received a $15 million gift to support its work in developing nations. The gift, from the Boston-based Wagner Foundation, is the one of the largest donations in Partners in Health’s 31-year history. The organization said it would use the grant to measure its impact in reducing […]