Total Giving, 2013

$116,918,862 906 Grants

Top Funders

  1. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $19.9 M
  2. The Rockefeller Foundation $6.8 M
  3. Margaret A. Cargill Foundation $5.6 M
  4. The Coca-Cola Foundation, Inc. $4.3 M
  5. The UPS Foundation $3.9 M
  6. The Prudential Foundation $3.9 M
  7. The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust $3.0 M
  8. Bloomberg Philanthropies $2.8 M
  9. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation $2.4 M
  10. The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc. $2.2 M
  11. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation $2.1 M
  12. Community Foundation of New Jersey $2.1 M
  13. Eugene B. Casey Foundation $2.0 M
  14. Shimon ben Joseph Foundation $2.0 M
  15. The PepsiCo Foundation, Inc. $2.0 M
  16. Conrad N. Hilton Foundation $1.9 M
  17. Baton Rouge Area Foundation $1.8 M
  18. NoVo Foundation $1.5 M
  19. The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts $1.5 M
  20. Deerbrook Charitable Trust $1.2 M

Top Recipients

  1. American Red Cross National Headquarters $6.8 M
  2. United States Fund for UNICEF $6.2 M
  3. University College London $5.9 M
  4. Mayors Fund to Advance New York City $4.2 M
  5. Women for Women International $2.8 M
  6. Lutheran World Relief $2.7 M
  7. World Vision $2.6 M
  8. CARE USA $2.6 M
  9. Architecture for Humanity $2.4 M
  10. Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund $2.1 M
  11. Save the Children Federation $2.1 M
  12. Oxfam America $2.1 M
  13. Salvation Army, National Capital Area $2.0 M
  14. United States Department of Housing and Urban Development $2.0 M
  15. International Medical Corps $1.8 M
  16. International Rescue Committee $1.7 M
  17. Mercy Corps $1.6 M
  18. Project HOPE - The People-to-People Health Foundation $1.3 M
  19. UJA-Federation of New York $1.3 M
  20. Give2Asia $1.3 M

Breakdown by Disaster Type

Disasters - General

Natural Disasters

Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Man-made Accidents

Breakdown by Disaster Assistance Strategy

Breakdown by Region

Sample Grant

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation gave $393,760 to Asociacion Salvadorena de Ayuda Humanitaria to contribute to reducing human suffering and material losses of communities living in conditions of poverty and vulnerability which are affected by disasters in four countries in Central America.