Search Our Grants And Awards

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    Grant Amount
    Year

    Results: 3026-3050 of 3117

    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    College TrackHuman Rights$100,0002011for the College Success Program
    Silicon Valley Community FoundationEducation, Past Strategies$5,0002011for the Santa Clara County Partnership for School Readiness
    Stretch To KindergartenEducation, Past Strategies$300,0002011for general support
    Innocence Project Inc.Community and Opportunity, CEO Fund$25,0002011for general support
    MK Level Playing Field InstituteEducation, Past Strategies$100,0002011for a program that provides high-achieving, low-income high school students of color with courses and academic mentoring support to advance their math and science skills
    Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto IncHuman Rights$50,0002011for the Youth Outreach Program
    Community InitiativesEducation, Past Strategies$240,5852011for Preschool California for the revision of the transitional kindergarten website and for exploration of financing and policy options for summer kindergarten transition programs
    Parents as Teachers National Center, Inc.Education, Past Strategies$58,6262011to translate the core PAT curriculum into Spanish
    Resources for the FutureClimate and Clean Energy, Opportunity & Other$250,0002011for general support
    California STEM Learning NetworkEducation, Past Strategies$35,0002011for the California STEM Learning Network's annual STEM Summit and two subsequent California convenings focused on early learning in mathematics
    Philanthropic Ventures FoundationHuman Rights$30,0002011for Educators for Fair Consideration
    San Mateo County Office of EducationEducation, Past Strategies$194,9192011for implementation of the Transitional Kindergarten Early Learning Initiative
    Foothill - De Anza Community Colleges FoundationEducation, Past Strategies$30,0002011to strengthen the fundraising capacity of the Family Engagement Institute, including development of a three-year fund development plan
    ClimateWorks FoundationClimate and Clean Energy, Opportunity & Other$1,000,0002011for general support
    San Mateo County Office of EducationEducation, Past Strategies$264,6602011to help incorporate an early math focus into the San Mateo County Office of Education STEM Center
    Regents of the University of California at BerkeleyScience, Opportunity & Other$176,0002011for the Joint BioEnergy Institute offsite program retreats
    Milpitas Unified School DistrictEducation, Past Strategies$2,2002011for materials to establish the White Board Math project in six district preschool classrooms
    Parent-Child Home Program Inc.Education, Past Strategies$108,2152011for an evaluation of the Parent-Child Home Program
    Environmental Defense Fund, Inc.Climate and Clean Energy, Opportunity & Other$500,0002011to develop an understanding of natural gas leakage and ways to reduce it
    Prevent Child Abuse AmericaEducation, Past Strategies$47,8282011to develop capacity within California for in-state training of Healthy Families America program sites and to translate HFA materials into Spanish
    Planned Parenthood Mar Monte, Inc.Education, Past Strategies$5,0002011for Kids in Common and its work related to the Santa Clara County Children's Agenda and the Santa Clara County Children's Summit
    Regents of the University of California at BerkeleyEducation, Past Strategies$126,4912011for organizing and preparing proceedings of a conference on early mathematics
    Environmental Defense Fund, Inc.Climate and Clean Energy, Opportunity & Other$454,8122011for the Fisheries Management Council Project
    Nurse Family PartnershipEducation, Past Strategies$127,5892011for training of staff
    Innocence Project Inc.Community and Opportunity, CEO Fund$25,0002011for general support

    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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