Share of Total Giving, 2014

2.3% $5,182,965 51 Grants

Top Funders

  1. UPS Foundation $2.0 M
  2. Conrad N. Hilton Foundation $1.0 M
  3. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation $594.0 K
  4. Ford Foundation $449.0 K
  5. Hoblitzelle Foundation $250.0 K
  6. The Allstate Foundation $250.0 K
  7. The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation $250.0 K
  8. Walter and Elise Haas Fund $100.0 K
  9. Alfred P. Sloan Foundation $75.0 K
  10. The Moody Foundation $75.0 K
  11. The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation, Inc. $60.0 K
  12. The Kenneth T. and Eileen L. Norris Foundation $25.0 K
  13. Yawkey Foundation II $25.0 K
  14. The Ahmanson Foundation $20.0 K
  15. Alcoa Foundation $15.0 K
  16. El Pomar Foundation $10.0 K
  17. George S. and Dolores Dore Eccles Foundation $10.0 K
  18. Healthcare Foundation of New Jersey Inc $10.0 K
  19. PSEG Foundation, Inc. $10.0 K

Top Recipients

  1. PATH $1.0 M
  2. University of Washington $458.0 K
  3. World Food Programme $275.0 K
  4. Mass Care Task Force $250.0 K
  5. Points of Light Institute $250.0 K
  6. Smithsonian Institution $250.0 K
  7. CARE USA $210.0 K
  8. Chinese Academy of Sciences $175.0 K
  9. RAND Corporation $174.6 K
  10. US Chamber of Commerce Foundation $155.0 K
  11. Operation Hope $150.0 K
  12. United States Fund for UNICEF $150.0 K
  13. U.S. Geological Survey $136.0 K
  14. InterAction: American Council for Voluntary International Action $135.0 K
  15. National Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster $125.0 K
  16. Good360 $100.0 K
  17. San Francisco Community Agencies Responding to Disaster $100.0 K
  18. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees $100.0 K
  19. United Nations Office for Disaster Risk Reduction $100.0 K
  20. United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs $100.0 K

Breakdown by Disaster Type

Disasters - General

Natural Disasters

Complex Humanitarian Emergencies

Man-made Accidents

Breakdown by Region

Sample Grant

The Ford Foundation awarded $99,385 to the Institute of Human Ecology Engineering Beijing for field studies to examine the impact of grassland policies on pastoralist land use and identify ways in which herder households and communities can best cope during years with serious droughts.