The report details the institutional conditions--the existence of transparency, for instance--necessary for BUILD to work at all, and offers two case studies of groupings of grantees to illustrate where BUILD can succeed and where it faces challenges. The first case study is a longitudinal examination that analyzes changes among different categories of grantees over time. The second examines how a group of grantees deals with a particular challenge or opportunity. It breaks down BUILD grantees by region, amount of money committed, social justice themes, and other parameters. It investigates different methods of disbursing grants; considers the imperative to have grantees in the driver’s seat; addresses the stability that BUILD provides many grantees; and other issues that arise in the evolving relationship between philanthropy and grantee.