Showing 1 -25 of 2482 grants equaling $89,228,990.00
|Organization Sort||Grant Amount Sort||Program Area SortFilter||Type of Support SortFilter||Location Sort||Year SortFilter|
|Frontline||Grant Amount$50,000||Program AreaEducation and Literacy||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationBoston, MA||Year2019|
|Digital Video Unit, to expand digital and social media content to bring Frontline’s work to a new generation and develop novel ways of storytelling and engaging with the public.
More information: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/frontline/
|United States Public Interest Research Group Education Fund||Grant Amount$40,000||Program AreaEnvironment||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationDenver, CO||Year2019|
|Right to Repair, to eliminate barriers that make it difficult to repair products through advocacy, media campaigns, and grassroots outreach to manufacturers, repair workers, environmentalists, and affected consumers.
More information: http://www.uspirgedfund.org
|Great Communities Collaborative||Grant Amount$70,000||Program AreaEnvironment||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationSan Francisco, CA||Year2019|
|To stimulate sustainable and equitable development in the Bay Area by promoting transit-oriented development that moves housing away from auto-dependent sprawl.
More information: http://www.greatcommunities.org/
|Haas School of Business||Grant Amount$1,000||Program AreaEducation and Literacy||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationBerkeley, CA||Year2019|
|Big Give 2019|
|IsraAID||Grant Amount$50,000||Program AreaJewish Community||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationPalo Alto, CA||Year2019|
|Humanitarian Professionals Network, to recruit Bay Area volunteers to receive emergency-preparedness training and deploy on international humanitarian relief missions.
More information: http://israaid.org
|Lady Parts Justice League||Grant Amount$50,000||Program AreaReproductive Health and Rights||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationBrooklyn, NY||Year2019|
|Abortion Clinic Support Project, to galvanize volunteers to provide support to abortion clinics.
More information: http://ladypartsjusticeleague.com/
|Asian Art Museum of San Francisco||Grant Amount$100,000||Program AreaSF Bay Area Institutions and Projects||Type of SupportCapital Support||LocationSan Francisco, CA||Year2019|
|For All, The Campaign for the Asian Art Museum, to transform the museum's facilities and programming. $100,000 over five years (2019-2022).
More information: http://www.asianart.org
|Little Kids Rock||Grant Amount$30,000||Program AreaEducation and Literacy||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationVerona, NJ||Year2019|
|Modern Band Expansion, to make music education more student-centered, culturally responsive, and inclusive by increasing access to the Modern Band curriculum for San Francisco Unified School District teachers and students.
More information: http://www.littlekidsrock.org
|Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America||Grant Amount$5,000||Program AreaHealth and Recreation||Type of SupportGeneral Support||LocationSan Francisco, CA||Year2019|
|Moishe House||Grant Amount$25,000||Program AreaJewish Community||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationEncinitas, CA||Year2019|
|Camp Nai Nai Nai – West Coast, a weekend-long summer camp for Jewish young adults in summer 2019.
More information: https://www.campnainainai.org/about-westcoast/
|American Civil Liberties Union Foundation||Grant Amount$375,000||Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationNew York, NY||Year2019|
|Voting Rights Project, to challenge voter suppression measures and expand access to voting through litigation and public education. $375,000.00 over three years (2019-2022).|
|National Redistricting Foundation||Grant Amount$200,000||Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationWashington, DC||Year2019|
|To ensure a fair and accurate 2020 Census through public and policymaker education and litigation in order to achieve a representative democracy.|
|Campaign Legal Center||Grant Amount$75,000||Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationWashington, DC||Year2019|
|Voting Rights Project, to ensure broad and equitable access to the right to vote through litigation, advocacy, public education, and grassroots voter education campaigns.
More information: http://www.campaignlegal.org
|Resources for Abortion Delivery||Grant Amount$100,000||Program AreaReproductive Health and Rights||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationWashington, DC||Year2019|
|Loan and Grant Program, to provide loans and grants to buttress independent healthcare centers that offer abortion services.
More information: http://www.radprogram.org/
|Challah For Hunger||Grant Amount$25,000||Program AreaJewish Community||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationPhiladelphia, PA||Year2019|
|Bay Area Programs that engage college students and families with young children in baking and selling challah and donating the proceeds to organizations that provide hunger relief.
More information: http://www.challahforhunger.org
|TransFormCA||Grant Amount$60,000||Program AreaEnvironment||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationOakland, CA||Year2019|
|To augment the efficiency of existing transportation systems, regulate the use of on-demand new mobility options, and increase access to bike sharing and other sustainable transportation alternatives.
More information: http://www.transformca.org/
|Fair Elections Center||Grant Amount$40,000||Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationWashington, DC||Year2019|
|Campus Vote Project, to help primarily community colleges and public universities institutionalize reforms and processes to create a culture of civic engagement that empowers students with the information necessary to register and vote.
More information: http://www.fairelectionscenter.org
|Tuolumne River Trust||Grant Amount$25,000||Program AreaEnvironment||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationSan Francisco, CA||Year2019|
|Revive the Tuolumne, to reverse damage to the river by increasing the amount of water flowing down the river and into the San Francisco Bay-Delta.
More information: http://www.tuolumne.org
|ACLU Foundation of Northen California||Grant Amount$10,000||Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties||Type of SupportAnnual Grant||LocationSan Francisco, CA||Year2018|
|Center for Disaster Philanthropy||Grant Amount$25,000||Program AreaSpecial Projects and Initiatives||Type of SupportRelief Efforts||LocationWashington, DC||Year2018|
|2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season Recovery Fund.
More information: https://disasterphilanthropy.org/cdp-fund/2018-atlantic-hurricane-season-recovery-fund/
|The Community Foundation of Mendocino County||Grant Amount$15,000||Program AreaSpecial Projects and Initiatives||Type of SupportRelief Efforts||LocationUkiah, CA||Year2018|
|To support recovery and rebuilding efforts in areas devastated by the Mendocino Complex Fire, including rebuilding damaged housing, increasing affordable housing, respite care for seniors, and counseling.
More information: http://www.communityfound.org/
|United Way of Northern California||Grant Amount$40,000||Program AreaSpecial Projects and Initiatives||Type of SupportRelief Efforts||LocationRedding, CA||Year2018|
|To provide emergency cash and other forms of direct assistance to people who lost their homes in the Camp Fire and medium- and long-term recovery needs of victims of the Carr Fire and Camp Fire, as needs are identified.
More information: https://www.norcalunitedway.org/
|Stern Grove Festival Association||Grant Amount$100,000||Program AreaSF Bay Area Institutions and Projects||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationSan Francisco, CA||Year2018|
|Support for the 2019 season.
More information: http://www.sterngrove.org
|Stern Grove Festival Association||Grant Amount$200,000||Program AreaSF Bay Area Institutions and Projects||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationSan Francisco, CA||Year2018|
|2019 Opening Day Concert.
More information: http://www.sterngrove.org
|Midwest Access Project||Grant Amount$40,000||Program AreaReproductive Health and Rights||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationChicago, IL||Year2018|
|Clinical Training and Provider Education, to provide comprehensive training in reproductive healthcare, including abortion, to medical students, residents, and physicians.
More information: http://www.midwestaccessproject.org
- Annual Grants for general operating support are awarded and paid to those organizations representing special interests. The Fund does not accept applications for Annual Grants.
- Special Projects and SF Bay Area Institutions and Projects are by invitation only.
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