Search Our Grants And Awards

Click here to see a list of the Foundation’s grants in response to the current COVID-19 crisis.

    Grant Amount
    Year

    Results: 1-25 of 810

    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    Julian Brave NoiseCatCommunity and Opportunity, Journalism$100,0002022for the 2022 American Mosaic Journalism Prize
    Hopewell FundCommunity and Opportunity, CEO Fund$300,0002022for Democracy Docket Legal Fund
    Media Impact Funders IncCommunity and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$10,0002022for 2022 membership dues
    Atlantic Council of the US Inc.Community and Opportunity, CEO Fund$75,0002022for the Digital Forensic Research Lab
    Grantmakers for Effective OrganizationsCommunity and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$18,0002022for 2023 membership dues
    Ryan Christopher JonesCommunity and Opportunity, Journalism$100,0002022for the 2022 American Mosaic Journalism Prize
    American Constitution Society for Law and PolicyCommunity and Opportunity, CEO Fund$125,0002022for general support
    Northern California GrantmakersCommunity and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$25,0002022for 2022 California Criminal Justice Funders membership dues
    19th NewsCommunity and Opportunity, Journalism$100,0002022for general support
    Communications NetworkCommunity and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$2,5002022for 2023 membership dues
    Grantmakers Concerned with Immigrants and RefugeesCommunity and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$30,0002022for 2022 membership dues
    Third Sector New England Inc.Community and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$31,2002022for language access services and grants through the Raising Child Care Fund
    Social and Environmental Entrepreneurs Inc.Community and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$25,0002022for 2022 Funders for Justice membership dues
    Working Partnerships USACommunity and Opportunity, Resilient Local Community$425,0002022for general support
    Asian American-Pacific Islanders in PhilanthropyCommunity and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$5,0002022for 2023 membership dues
    Grantmakers for EducationCommunity and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$11,2002022for 2022 membership dues
    Journal-Isms Inc.Community and Opportunity, Journalism$20,0002022for general support
    Highlander Research & Education Center Inc.Community and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$13,0002022for 2022 and 2023 membership dues
    Policy ImpactCommunity and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$2,5002022for 2022 Democracy Funders Network membership dues
    Council on Foundations Inc.Community and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$25,0002022for 2023 membership dues
    Growth Philanthropy Network IncCommunity and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$30,0002022for 2022 membership dues for Learning Community on Scaled Impact
    Tides CenterCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$487,8802022for the LeadersTrust for organizational capacity building for Heising-Simons Foundation grantees
    Justice FundersCommunity and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$15,0002022for Justice Funders 2022 membership dues
    Latina Coalition of Silicon ValleyCommunity and Opportunity, Resilient Local Community$50,0002022for general support
    Tides CenterCommunity and Opportunity, Learning, Evaluation, and Special Initiatives$9,5002022for 2023 membership dues for Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy

    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.

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