Share of Total Giving, 2014

7.78% $17,558,521 51 Grants

Top Funders

  1. Foundation to Promote Open Society $4.0 M
  2. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $2.8 M
  3. The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation $1.9 M
  4. The Rockefeller Foundation $1.7 M
  5. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation $1.3 M
  6. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation $1.1 M
  7. Aon Foundation $623.4 K
  8. The William Penn Foundation $535.0 K
  9. Conrad N. Hilton Foundation $500.0 K
  10. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation $375.0 K
  11. PSEG Foundation, Inc. $375.0 K
  12. UPS Foundation $350.0 K
  13. Annenberg Foundation $320.0 K
  14. The Allstate Foundation $275.0 K
  15. Ford Foundation $185.3 K
  16. NoVo Foundation $130.0 K
  17. Monsanto Fund $125.0 K
  18. The Community Foundation of Louisville, Inc. $124.4 K
  19. The New York Community Trust $110.0 K
  20. The Wyncote Foundation $100.0 K

Top Recipients

  1. Partners in Health $4.0 M
  2. World Health Organization $2.8 M
  3. Action Against Hunger USA $1.9 M
  4. American Red Cross National Headquarters $1.0 M
  5. Flowminder Foundation $900.1 K
  6. Population Services International $700.0 K
  7. American Red Cross - Greater Chicago Chapter $610.0 K
  8. Connecting Organizations for Regional Disease Surveillance $550.0 K
  9. National Fish and Wildlife Foundation $535.0 K
  10. CDC Foundation $400.0 K
  11. GlobalGiving Foundation $400.0 K
  12. Columbia University $375.0 K
  13. Aidmatrix Foundation $350.0 K
  14. Harvard University $335.0 K
  15. Sesame Workshop $325.0 K
  16. HSA Council $300.0 K
  17. Feeding America $250.0 K
  18. National Academy of Sciences $250.0 K
  19. Save the Children Federation $185.3 K
  20. Kenya Red Cross Society $125.0 K

Breakdown by Disaster Type

Disasters - General

Natural Disasters

Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Man-made Accidents

Breakdown by Region

Sample Grant

The Rockefeller Foundation awarded $900,092 to Flowminder Foundation to build internal capacity to develop the use of mobile phone network data, household surveys and remote sensing data to improve planning and operational decision making in a range of areas, including disaster response and climate impacts, disease outbreak prevention and poverty prevention.