Share of Total Giving, 2015

16.83% $26,618,899 79 Grants

Top Funders

  1. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $6.6 M
  2. Oak Foundation $5.3 M
  3. Conrad N. Hilton Foundation $3.1 M
  4. Robbins Family Foundation $3.0 M
  5. The Coca-Cola Foundation, Inc. $1.3 M
  6. George Lucas Family Foundation $1.0 M
  7. The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation $775.0 K
  8. Ford Foundation $520.0 K
  9. The PepsiCo Foundation, Inc. $500.0 K
  10. The Paul G. Allen Family Foundation $490.6 K
  11. Foundation to Promote Open Society $487.1 K
  12. The Rockefeller Foundation $450.0 K
  13. UPS Foundation $450.0 K
  14. The David and Lucile Packard Foundation $400.0 K
  15. Charles Stewart Mott Foundation $300.0 K
  16. Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc. $300.0 K
  17. NoVo Foundation $242.2 K
  18. Greater Houston Community Foundation $200.0 K
  19. Newman's Own Foundation $125.0 K
  20. Weingart Foundation $120.0 K

Top Recipients

  1. Nduna Foundation $3.0 M
  2. Medecins Sans Frontieres $2.5 M
  3. Save the Children Fund $2.5 M
  4. International Medical Corps $2.1 M
  5. Their World $1.9 M
  6. Assistance Coordination Unit $1.9 M
  7. Save The Children Federation, Inc. $1.9 M
  8. United States Association for United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees $1.1 M
  9. United States Fund for UNICEF - New York City $1.1 M
  10. Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights $1.0 M
  11. Mercy Corps $820.0 K
  12. International Rescue Committee - New York City $710.0 K
  13. World Food Program USA $500.0 K
  14. Luftfahrt ohne Grenzen $500.0 K
  15. eHealth and Information Systems Africa $490.6 K
  16. Center for Global Partnership $450.0 K
  17. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees $450.0 K
  18. Crisis Action $425.0 K
  19. Red Barnet Dinamarca $339.0 K
  20. Lutheran World Relief $300.0 K

Breakdown by Disaster Assistance Strategy

Breakdown by Region