Share of Total Giving, 2014

17.31% $39,051,569 177 Grants

Top Funders

  1. The Rockefeller Foundation $17.1 M
  2. UPS Foundation $4.7 M
  3. Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $2.0 M
  4. Conrad N. Hilton Foundation $1.3 M
  5. The Merck Company Foundation $1.2 M
  6. The Prudential Foundation $1.1 M
  7. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation $1.0 M
  8. Ford Foundation $949.6 K
  9. The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation $725.0 K
  10. Aon Foundation $623.4 K
  11. The Medtronic Foundation $619.0 K
  12. Eagle Foundation $600.0 K
  13. F. M. Kirby Foundation, Inc. $580.0 K
  14. PSEG Foundation, Inc. $560.0 K
  15. The Allstate Foundation $550.0 K
  16. M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust $391.0 K
  17. Annenberg Foundation $300.0 K
  18. Silicon Valley Community Foundation $298.0 K
  19. NoVo Foundation $255.0 K
  20. Hoblitzelle Foundation $250.0 K

Top Recipients

  1. Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors $11.0 M
  2. American Red Cross National Headquarters $3.0 M
  3. HR and A Advisors $3.0 M
  4. Leroy and Clarkson $1.8 M
  5. PATH $1.0 M
  6. Flowminder Foundation $900.1 K
  7. International Medical Corps $900.0 K
  8. International Rescue Committee $830.0 K
  9. CARE USA $810.0 K
  10. Texas Low Income Housing Information Service $800.0 K
  11. Doctors Without Borders USA $685.0 K
  12. American Red Cross - Greater Chicago Chapter $610.0 K
  13. American Red Cross - Pittsfield, MA $600.0 K
  14. United States Fund for UNICEF $550.0 K
  15. American Red Cross - Minnesota Chapter $500.0 K
  16. Team Rubicon $493.0 K
  17. United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees $400.0 K
  18. Columbia University $375.0 K
  19. American Red Cross in Greater New York $360.0 K
  20. Aidmatrix Foundation $350.0 K

Breakdown by Disaster Assistance Strategy

Breakdown by Region

Sample Grant

The Otto Bremer Trust awarded $79,372 to the American Red Cross, Southwest Minnesota Chapter, to assist and strengthen the organization in order to provide food, shelter, and clothing, as well as address the mental and physical health of individuals and families who suffer losses in a disaster.