Results 101 - 122 of 122

Pro Publica Inc.

for general support

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$150,000

Year Granted

2017

Daily Californian Education Foundation

for general support

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$30,000

Year Granted

2017

Center for Investigative Reporting Inc

for general support

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$300,000

Year Granted

2017

CALmatters

for general support

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$50,000

Year Granted

2017

Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press

for general support

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$300,000

Year Granted

2017

Committee to Protect Journalists

for defending press freedom in the United States

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$100,000

Year Granted

2017

Regents of the University of California at Berkeley

for Journalism School graduate student fellowships

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$115,000

Year Granted

2016

Internews Networks

to provide bridge funding for the Earth Journalism Scholars Program

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$100,000

Year Granted

2015

Regents of the University of California at Berkeley

for the development of a new undergraduate minor to be offered by the School of Journalism during Summer Session

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$100,000

Year Granted

2015

Regents of the University of California at Berkeley

for (1) full tuition fellowships to two, second-year students per year, and (2) a stipend to each fellow per year to provide support to Daily Cal staff

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$100,000

Year Granted

2014

Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund

for support of student journalism

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$330,000

Year Granted

2013

Daily Californian Education Foundation

for the design and execution of a strategy to move The Daily Californian into a sustainable business model

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$250,000

Year Granted

2012

Internews Networks

for the development of a graduate-level course in environmental reporting at the University of California, Berkeley

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$249,985

Year Granted

2012

Daily Californian Education Foundation

for administrative support

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$30,000

Year Granted

2012

University of California Berkeley Foundation

for purchase of a building for The Daily Californian student newspaper

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$3,000,000

Year Granted

2011

Daily Californian Education Foundation

for general support

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$347,420

Year Granted

2010

University of California Berkeley Foundation

for The School of Journalism to develop and teach an introductory journalism class

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$126,189

Year Granted

2010

Internews Networks

for the Third Pole Project

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$30,000

Year Granted

2010

Daily Californian Education Foundation

for general support

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$1,850

Year Granted

2009

Daily Californian Education Foundation

for administrative support

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$16,683

Year Granted

2009

Internews Networks

for the Third Pole Project and Earth Journalism Network to harness citizen journalism to raise awareness of environmental issues in the Himalayan region

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$15,000

Year Granted

2009

Daily Californian Education Foundation

for general support

Program

Journalism

Grant Type

Grant

Grant Amount

$50,000

Year Granted

2008

The list above contains awards approved by the Foundation. These are primarily grants, but also include direct charitable activities (DCAs) and program-related investments (PRIs). DCAs are distributions a foundation makes to conduct its own charitable activities, rather than by or through other organi­zations. PRIs are investments with a charitable purpose for which the Foundation’s primary purpose is not to produce income. Under IRS regulations, the expenses associated with DCAs and PRIs count toward a foundation’s qualifying distributions and are reported on its IRS Form 990-PF.