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 217

    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    James Bell AssociatesCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$75,0002021for National Home Visiting Resource Center for sustainability planning
    Communication NetworkCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$5,0002021for 2021 & 2022 membership dues
    Center for Young Women's DevelopmentCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$60,0002021for organizational development
    MultiplierCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$63,0002021for Rural Investment to Protect our Environment for strategic planning
    Energy Systems Integration GroupCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$69,7822021for strategic planning
    Tides CenterCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$19,0002021for 2021 & 2022 membership dues for Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy
    Proteus Fund Inc.Community and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$57,7502021for organizational development
    Asian American-Pacific Islanders in PhilanthropyCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$10,0002021for 2021 and 2022 membership dues
    The Seattle FoundationCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$55,0002021for the Equitable Evaluation Initiative
    Foundation Financial Officers Group Inc.Community and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$24,8002021for 2021 & 2022 membership dues ($4,800) and general support ($20,000)
    Philanthropic Ventures FoundationCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$300,0002021to administer the Responsive Fund for Grantee Communications for Heising-Simons Foundation grantees
    Community InitiativesCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$10,0002021for 2021 Bay Area Early Childhood Funders Membership Dues
    La Piana ConsultingCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$35,0002021for TODOS: Mathematics for ALL
    Grantmakers for Effective OrganizationsCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$36,0002021for 2021 & 2022 membership dues
    Child Care Law CenterCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$60,0002021for organizational development
    Third Sector New England Inc.Community and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$30,0002021for 2021 Early Childhood Funders Collaborative membership dues
    PEAK GrantmakingCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$20,3042021for 2021 & 2022 membership dues ($10,304) and general support ($10,000)
    Youth RadioCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$10,2002021for professional development
    Media Impact Funders IncCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$10,0002021for 2021 membership dues
    Southern California GrantmakersCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$20,2002021for 2021 & 2022 membership dues ($15,200) and 2021 & 2022 conference sponsorship ($5,000)
    New Venture FundCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$53,4332021for The California Children's Trust for strategic planning
    Consultative Group On Biological Diversity DBA Biodiversity Funders GroupCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$5,0002021for 2021 Climate and Energy Funders Group membership dues
    Northern California GrantmakersCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$58,5002021for 2021 and 2022 membership dues ($48,500), annual conference sponsorships ($10,000), and CCJFG ($25,000)
    Dream Corps UnlimitedCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$79,0632021for search firm and organizational development support
    Grantmakers for EducationCommunity and Opportunity, Organizational Effectiveness$11,2002021for 2021 membership dues

    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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