Share of Total Giving, 2015

13.23% $20,926,918 79 Grants

Top Funders

  1. UPS Foundation $3.6 M
  2. Robbins Family Foundation $3.0 M
  3. Oak Foundation $2.5 M
  4. Conrad N. Hilton Foundation $2.5 M
  5. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation $1.6 M
  6. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $1.0 M
  7. Ford Foundation $800.0 K
  8. The Rockefeller Foundation $749.7 K
  9. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation $700.0 K
  10. Foundation to Promote Open Society $635.4 K
  11. Aon Foundation $600.0 K
  12. NoVo Foundation $458.2 K
  13. Medtronic Communities Foundation $375.0 K
  14. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation $320.0 K
  15. The Community Foundation of Louisville, Inc. $226.6 K
  16. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation $200.0 K
  17. Blue Moon Fund, Inc. $200.0 K
  18. TD Charitable Foundation $200.0 K
  19. Walter and Elise Haas Fund $150.0 K
  20. Colcom Foundation $100.0 K

Top Recipients

  1. Nduna Foundation $3.0 M
  2. Save the Children Fund $2.5 M
  3. Global Impact $2.0 M
  4. Asociacion Salvadorena de Ayuda Humanitaria $1.0 M
  5. Operation Hope International, Inc. $850.0 K
  6. Open Society Fund-Bosnia and Herzegovina $635.4 K
  7. American Red Cross - Greater Chicago Chapter $600.0 K
  8. Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton $599.7 K
  9. Clovek v Tisni $550.0 K
  10. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees $450.0 K
  11. American Red Cross National Headquarters $425.0 K
  12. World Food Program USA $420.0 K
  13. US Chamber Of Commerce Foundation $405.0 K
  14. Luftfahrt ohne Grenzen $400.0 K
  15. UNKNOWN $375.0 K
  16. Translators Without Borders-US $320.0 K
  17. United States Fund for UNICEF - New York City $320.0 K
  18. Brac USA, Inc. $318.2 K
  19. Asia Foundation $250.0 K
  20. Institute for Social and Environmental Transition $249.7 K

Breakdown by Disaster Type

Disasters - General

Natural Disasters

Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Man-made Accidents

Breakdown by Region