Share of Total Giving, 2014

3.42% $7,711,900 33 Grants

Top Funders

  1. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $4.5 M
  2. Foundation to Promote Open Society $1.1 M
  3. Carnegie Corporation of New York $550.0 K
  4. Conrad N. Hilton Foundation $500.0 K
  5. Ford Foundation $200.0 K
  6. UPS Foundation $141.5 K
  7. The J. M. Kaplan Fund, Inc. $128.0 K
  8. Monsanto Fund $125.0 K
  9. The Coca-Cola Foundation, Inc. $100.0 K
  10. The Marisla Foundation $100.0 K
  11. The Leichtag Foundation $75.0 K
  12. The Skoll Foundation $50.0 K
  13. The Seattle Foundation $40.0 K
  14. The John and Lisa Pritzker Family Fund $33.0 K
  15. The Achelis and Bodman Foundation $30.0 K
  16. Community Foundation of Collier County $25.0 K
  17. Community Foundation Sonoma County $10.0 K
  18. The Trull Foundation $10.0 K

Top Recipients

  1. International Medical Corps $2.0 M
  2. Oxfam America $1.5 M
  3. CARE USA $1.0 M
  4. International Rescue Committee $1.0 M
  5. Middle East Institute $500.0 K
  6. World Vision $500.0 K
  7. Citizen Engagement Laboratory Education Fund $200.0 K
  8. Kenya Red Cross Society $125.0 K
  9. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees $125.0 K
  10. Doctors Without Borders USA $125.0 K
  11. Arab Renaissance for Democracy and Development - Legal Aid $100.0 K
  12. Internationals Network for Public Schools $100.0 K
  13. Mercy Corps $100.0 K
  14. American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee $75.0 K
  15. Kids in Need of Defense $50.0 K
  16. King Baudouin Foundation United States $50.0 K
  17. Equal Access $44.4 K
  18. Jewish Community Endowment Fund $33.0 K
  19. Smithsonian Institution $28.0 K
  20. Northwest Immigrant Rights Project $20.0 K

Breakdown by Disaster Assistance Strategy

Breakdown by Region

Sample Grant

The Marisla Foundation awarded $100,000 to Doctors Without Borders for emergency response to the crisis in South Sudan.