Showing 1 -25 of 2509 grants equaling $90,680,990.00
|Organization Sort||Grant Amount Sort||Program Area SortFilter||Type of Support SortFilter||Location Sort||Year SortFilter|
|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
|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
|Violence Policy Center||Grant Amount$35,000||Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationWashington, DC||Year2019|
|To educate the public about the lack of consumer product health and safety regulation of the gun industry, expose the industry’s aggressive marketing tactics, and further engage the public in efforts to reduce gun violence.
More information: http://www.vpc.org
|The Jewish Studio Project||Grant Amount$30,000||Program AreaJewish Community||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationBerkeley, CA||Year2019|
|To enable organization to expand programmatic offerings at their studio-space in Berkeley, California that use art and creativity as a vehicle for Jewish engagement and exploration.
More information: https://www.jewishstudioproject.org/
|William J. Brennan Jr. Center For Justice||Grant Amount$50,000||Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationNew York, NY||Year2019|
|To reduce the influence of money in politics by defending campaign finance laws that are under attack in the courts and developing legal strategies to counter the power of special interests in the US political system.
More information: http://www.brennancenter.org
|Urban Adamah||Grant Amount$75,000||Program AreaJewish Community||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationBerkeley, CA||Year2019|
|To enable the organization to expand programmatic offerings at their farm-based site in Berkeley, California that nurture a connection to Jewish tradition, environmental stewardship, and social action.
More information: http://www.urbanadamah.org
|Headlands Center for the Arts||Grant Amount$25,000||Program AreaSF Bay Area Institutions and Projects||Type of SupportCapital Support||LocationSausalito, CA||Year2019|
|KQED||Grant Amount$20,000||Program AreaEducation and Literacy||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationSan Francisco, CA||Year2019|
|Continued Partnership with San Francisco Unified School District, to support KQED’s work to provide SFUSD educators with professional learning opportunities focused on digital media literacy and media creation.
More information: http://www.kqed.org
|Feminist Majority Foundation||Grant Amount$85,000||Program AreaReproductive Health and Rights||Type of SupportProject Support||LocationBeverly Hills, CA||Year2019|
|Adopt-a-Clinic Campaign of the Choices Campus Leadership Program, to enable college students to adopt local reproductive health clinics to provide staff and patients with support.
More information: http://www.feminist.org
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- Special Projects and SF Bay Area Institutions and Projects are by invitation only.
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