Share of Total Giving, 2014

10.4% $23,459,094 77 Grants

Top Funders

  1. The Rockefeller Foundation $11.9 M
  2. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $3.9 M
  3. Conrad N. Hilton Foundation $1.3 M
  4. Foundation to Promote Open Society $1.1 M
  5. The Prudential Foundation $1.0 M
  6. UPS Foundation $840.0 K
  7. Ford Foundation $634.3 K
  8. The Coca-Cola Foundation, Inc. $517.1 K
  9. Carnegie Corporation of New York $500.0 K
  10. The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation $250.0 K
  11. General Mills Inc $225.0 K
  12. Bohemian Foundation $200.0 K
  13. The Seattle Foundation $105.0 K
  14. Dan Murphy Foundation $100.0 K
  15. Newman's Own Foundation $100.0 K
  16. The Ahmanson Foundation $100.0 K
  17. The Marisla Foundation $100.0 K
  18. The San Diego Foundation $75.0 K
  19. Community Foundation of Collier County $70.0 K
  20. The J. M. Kaplan Fund, Inc. $53.0 K

Top Recipients

  1. Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors $11.0 M
  2. International Rescue Committee $1.2 M
  3. Lutheran World Relief $1.1 M
  4. International Medical Corps $1.0 M
  5. Flowminder Foundation $900.1 K
  6. Save the Children Federation $895.3 K
  7. Catholic Relief Services $820.0 K
  8. Architecture for Humanity $712.5 K
  9. CARE USA $500.0 K
  10. HelpAge USA $500.0 K
  11. Middle East Institute $500.0 K
  12. World Vision $500.0 K
  13. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees $425.0 K
  14. Habitat for Humanity Philippines $357.1 K
  15. U S JAPAN COUNCIL $334.0 K
  16. Mercy Corps $276.0 K
  17. Project HOPE - The People-to-People Health Foundation $250.0 K
  18. Chinese Academy of Sciences $175.0 K
  19. RAND Corporation $174.6 K
  20. US Chamber of Commerce Foundation $155.0 K

Breakdown by Disaster Type

Disasters - General

Natural Disasters

Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Man-made Accidents

Breakdown by Disaster Assistance Strategy

Sample Grant

The Carnegie Corporation of New York awarded $500,000 to the Middle East Institute for a project on the challenges and opportunities for conflict management in Egypt and Syria.