Share of Total Giving, 2015

27.87% $44,071,411 66 Grants

Top Funders

  1. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $14.3 M
  2. The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation $8.2 M
  3. The Rockefeller Foundation $6.4 M
  4. The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust $3.5 M
  5. Foundation to Promote Open Society $3.0 M
  6. Robbins Family Foundation $3.0 M
  7. UPS Foundation $1.1 M
  8. The Coca-Cola Foundation, Inc. $1.0 M
  9. Medtronic Communities Foundation $865.0 K
  10. NoVo Foundation $618.2 K
  11. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation $550.0 K
  12. Ford Foundation $510.0 K
  13. Carnegie Corporation of New York $500.0 K
  14. Margaret A. Cargill Foundation $450.0 K
  15. The Columbus Foundation and Affiliated Organizations $50.0 K
  16. General Mills Inc $35.0 K
  17. Roy A. Hunt Foundation $20.0 K
  18. Communities Foundation of Texas, Inc. $10.0 K
  19. Dalio Foundation, Inc. $10.0 K
  20. Dr. Scholl Foundation $10.0 K

Top Recipients

  1. ClinicalRM $10.7 M
  2. Open Society Initiative for West Africa $3.0 M
  3. Nduna Foundation $3.0 M
  4. Partners in Health $2.9 M
  5. Connecting Organizations for Regional Disease Surveillance $2.5 M
  6. Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics - FIND $2.3 M
  7. GLOBALGIVING FOUNDATION, INC. $2.2 M
  8. World Vision $1.8 M
  9. World Health Organization $1.4 M
  10. Brac USA, Inc. $1.3 M
  11. International Medical Corps $1.2 M
  12. Save The Children Federation, Inc. $1.0 M
  13. Global Environment and Technology Foundation $1.0 M
  14. Royal Institute of International Affairs - Chatham House $1.0 M
  15. London School of Economics and Political Science $893.3 K
  16. Broad Institute $851.3 K
  17. World Food Program USA $620.8 K
  18. African Medical and Research Foundation $554.3 K
  19. Clovek v Tisni $550.0 K
  20. African Womens Development Fund $500.0 K

Breakdown by Disaster Type

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Breakdown by Disaster Assistance Strategy