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    Grant Amount

    Results: 501-525 of 533

    OrganizationProgramsGrant AmountYearPurpose
    Fund for Global Human RightsHuman Rights$35,0002015to defend and promote women's rights worldwide
    College TrackHuman Rights$110,0002015for scholarships and counseling support for college-bound and college-going undocumented students
    Human Rights FirstHuman Rights$35,0002015to protect and promote the human rights of refugees, asylum seekers, and victims of human trafficking
    Women's Foundation of CaliforniaHuman Rights$20,0002015for Essie Justice Group
    Immigrant Legal Resource CenterHuman Rights$200,0002015for the Ready Bay Area collaborative
    Center for American ProgressHuman Rights$100,0002015to support criminal justice work
    Human Rights Watch Inc.Human Rights$100,0002015for U.S. criminal justice and immigration programs, women's rights division worldwide, and the Bay Area Young Professionals Network
    The Opportunity InstituteHuman Rights$200,0002015for the Renewing Communities initiative to build sustainable college opportunities for currently and formerly incarcerated Californians
    Asylum AccessHuman Rights$25,0002015for general support
    Fresh Lifelines for Youth, Inc.Human Rights$15,0002015for general support
    Equal Justice InitiativeHuman Rights$100,0002015for general support
    Accountability CounselHuman Rights$40,0002015for general support for Accountability Counsel
    Institute for Local GovernmentHuman Rights$45,0002015to convene and provide technical assistance in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties around meeting the unique needs of undocumented communities, including with respect to administrative relief from deportation
    Ella Baker Center for Human Rights in CaliforniaHuman Rights$25,0002015for general support
    Tides CenterHuman Rights$200,0002015for Californians for Safety and Justice for Proposition 47 Implementation
    College TrackHuman Rights$100,0002014for work with undocumented students in East Palo Alto
    Community InitiativesHuman Rights$100,0002014for Educators for Fair Consideration's outreach and legal work with undocumented youth
    Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto IncHuman Rights$60,0002014for two paralegals to provide administrative support to Bay Area legal service providers representing children seeking refuge in the United States as they escape violence in Central America
    Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto IncHuman Rights$75,0002014to expand educational and career opportunities for undocumented youth
    Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto IncHuman Rights$75,0002013to help hard-to-reach young people in the Bay Area who are eligible for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) to apply for relief and to help current DACA-approved individuals renew their DACA status
    College TrackHuman Rights$100,0002013to promote college access and completion for undocumented students in East Palo Alto
    Community InitiativesHuman Rights$110,0002013for Educators for Fair Consideration
    The International Institute of the Bay AreaHuman Rights$100,0002013to help undocumented youth in the Bay Area apply for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
    Philanthropic Ventures FoundationHuman Rights$110,5002012for general support
    Tides FoundationHuman Rights$20,0002012for the We Are Dreamers Fund

    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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