Grants: Grants Lists

Priority Area:

 
2013
350.ORG

Priority Area: Environment

$40,000 Brooklyn, NY

For continued general operating support for grassroots organzing and creative communications to build the climate movement in the United States.

CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY

Priority Area: Environment

$100,000 Tuscon, AZ

Third and final installment of a three year grant to increase the organization's communications capacity for protecting the Endangered Species Act and the Clean Air Act.

CHELONIAN RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Lunenburg, MA

Fifth and final installment of a five-year grant to the IUCN Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group to conduct a global turtle assessment.

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & POLICY CENTER

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Chicago, IL

For continued support of Midwest Climate Change Solutions initative, advancing energy efficiency, renewable energy and the closing of dirty coal plants.

FOREST ETHICS

Priority Area: Environment

$30,000 San Francisco, CA

For continued general operating support to stop the expansion of Canada's tar sands, drive the market for environmentally responsible wood and paper products and protect endangered forests.

SOCIAL VENTURE FUND FOR JEWISH-ARAB EQUALITY AND SHARED SOCIETY

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$50,000 New York, NY

For support of this collaborative fund which advances Jewish-Arab equality and shared society, particularly in the areas of education and economic development.

THE ABRAHAM FUND INITIATIVES

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 New York, NY

For continued support of the Public Education, Advocacy and Government Relations program, which facilitates public policies and practices that promote a shared Israeli society.

WOMEN'S REFUGEE COMMISSION

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 New York, NY

For support to turn WRC's guidance on displaced adolescents and urban youth into practice.

2012
350.ORG

Priority Area: Environment

$35,000 Brooklyn, NY

For general operating support for grassroots organzing and creative communications to build the climate movement in the United States.

CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY

Priority Area: Environment

$100,000 Tuscon, AZ

Second year of a three year grant to increase the organization's communications capacity for protecting the Endangered Species Act and the Clean Air Act.

CHELONIAN RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Lunenburg, MA

Fourth installment of a five-year grant to the IUCN Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group to conduct a global turtle assessment.

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW & POLICY CENTER

Priority Area: Environment

$35,000 Chicago, IL

For support of Midwest climate change solutions initatives, advancing energy efficiency, renewable energy and the closing of dirty coal plants.

FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$20,000 Boston, MA

For continued support for Confronting Antisemitism, a project which uses the new book, Antisemitism: A Convenient Hatred, to examine the history of antisemitism and to give teachers tools for teaching about historical and contemporary antisemitism.

FOREST ETHICS

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 San Francisco, CA

For continued general operating support to protect endangered forests, reform forestry practices, increase decision-making power of indigenous communities and promote conservation-based economies.

HIAS, INC.

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 New York, NY

For continued support of HIAS Refugee Trust of Kenya's Refugee Protection Program, which provides resettlement assistance and advocates for refugees in Kenya and Uganda.

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$20,000 New York, NY

For continued support for the Refugee Policy Program to conduct research and advocacy on behalf of refugees and displaced persons around the world.

JESUIT REFUGEE SERVICE/USA

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 Washington, DC

For support of the urban refugee education program in Jordan.

NEW ISRAEL FUND

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$40,000 Washington, DC

For continued support for the Equality Fund to combat racism and promote equality and justice and shared living for all Israel's citizens, and additional support for public advocacy in support of democracy.

SOCIAL VENTURE FUND FOR JEWISH-ARAB EQUALITY AND SHARED SOCIETY

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$50,000 New York, NY

For support of this collaborative fund which advances Jewish-Arab equality and shared society, particularly in the areas of education and economic development.

THE ABRAHAM FUND INITIATIVES

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 New York, NY

For continued support of the Public Education, Advocacy and Government Relations program, which facilitates public policies and practices that promote a shared Israeli society.

WOMEN'S REFUGEE COMMISSION

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 New York, NY

For support to turn WRC's guidance on displaced adolescents and urban youth into practice.

2011
ADOPT-A-NATIVE ELDER PROGRAM

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$10,000 Park City, UT

For continued support of Food Runs, which provide basic food, health care items, firewood and yarn to elders on the Navajo reservation.

ALLIANCE FOR MIDDLE EAST PEACE

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 Washington, DC

For continued general operating support to increase the visibility of and resources for people to people coexistence, reconciliation and cooperation activities in Israel among Iraelis, Palestinians, Arabs and Jews.

AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD SERVICE

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$20,000 New York, NY

For continued support for advocacy and regranting to community based organizations working with refugees and internally displaced persons.

CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY

Priority Area: Environment

$100,000 Tuscon, AZ

First of a three year grant to increase the organization's communications capacity for protecting the Endangered Species Act and the Clean Air Act.

CHELONIAN RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Lunenburg, MA

Third installment of a five-year grant to the IUCN Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group to conduct a global turtle assessment.

FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$20,000 Boston, MA

For continued support for Confronting Antisemitism, a project which uses the new book, Antisemitism: A Convenient Hatred, to examine the history of antisemitism and to give teachers tools for teaching about historical and contemporary antisemitism.

FORESTETHICS

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 San Francisco, CA

For continued general operating support to protect endangered forests, reform forestry practices, increase decision-making power of indigenous communities and promote conservation-based economies.

FRIENDS OF THE EARTH

Priority Area: Environment

$20,000 Washington, DC

For support to advance effective and sustainable approaches to forest protection, shifting the debate on REDD away from forest carbon offsets toward effective, sustainable approaches that address the drivers of deforestation.

HIAS

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 New York, NY

For continued support of HIAS Refugee Trust of Kenya's Refugee Protection Program, which provides resettlement assistance and advocates for refugees in Kenya and Uganda.

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$30,000 New York, NY

For continued support for the Refugee Policy Program to conduct research and advocacy on behalf of refugees and displaced persons around the world.

NEW ISRAEL FUND

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$40,000 Washington, DC

For continued support for the Equality Fund to combat racism and promote equality and justice and shared living for all Israel's citizens, and additional support for public advocacy in support of democracy.

SEACOLOGY

Priority Area: Environment

$20,000 Berkeley, CA

For continued general operating support to save endangered species, habitats and cultures of islands around the world.

THE ABRAHAM FUND INITIATIVES

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 New York, NY

For continued support of the Public Education, Advocacy and Government Relations program, which facilitates public policies and practices that promote a shared Israeli society.

THE NATURE CONSERVANCY

Priority Area: Environment

$16,666 Phoenix, AZ

Third installment of a three-year grant to support global climate change strategies

WOMEN'S REFUGEE COMMISSION

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$20,000 New York, NY

For support for research to capture the models, lessons and findings to advocate for broad adoption of successful approaches that build resilience among adolescent girls and urban youth refugees.

2010
ADOPT-A-NATIVE ELDER PROGRAM

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$20,000 Park City, UT

For continued support of Food Runs, which provide basic food, health care items, firewood and yarn to elders on the Navajo reservation.

ALLIANCE FOR MIDDLE EAST PEACE

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 Washington, DC

For continued general operating support to increase the visibility of and resources for people to people coexistence, reconciliation and cooperation activities in the Middle East among Iraelis, Palestinians, Arabs and Jews.

AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD SERVICE

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$20,000 New York, NY

For general support for advocacy and regranting to community based organizations working with refugees and internally displaced persons.

AMERICAN REFUGEE COMMITTEE

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$40,000 Minneapolis, MN

For continued support for income generation programs in a refugee camp in Rwanda.

CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY

Priority Area: Environment

$20,000 Tuscon, AZ

For continued support of the Climate Law Institute to advance and enforce laws to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect species.

CHELONIAN RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Lunenburg, MA

Second installment of a five-year grant to the IUCN Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group to conduct a global turtle assessment.

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY CENTER

Priority Area: Environment

$20,000 Chicago, IL

For continued support to protect the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest through legal challenges to U.S. Forest Service timber sales and engage in the adaptation strategy process for the nation’s first Climate Change Model Forest.

FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$20,000 Boston, MA

For continued support for Confronting Antisemitism, a project which uses the new book, Antisemitism: A Convenient Hatred, to examine the history of antisemitism and to give teachers tools for teaching about historical and contemporary antisemitism.

FORESTETHICS

Priority Area: Environment

$35,000 San Francisco, CA

For continued general operating support to protect endangered forests, reform forestry practices, increase decision-making power of indigenous communities and promote conservation-based economies.

GLOBAL GREENGRANTS FUND

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Boulder, CO

For continued general operating support to provide grants and programming to grassroots groups around the world to promote social justice and environmental sustainability.

HIAS

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$20,000 New York, NY

For support of HIAS Refugee Trust of Kenya's Refugee Protection Program, which provides resettlement assistance for refugees in Kenya and Uganda.

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$30,000 New York, NY

For continued support for the Refugee Policy Program to conduct research and advocacy on behalf of refugees and displaced persons around the world and to build capacity to monitor human rights.

NEW ISRAEL FUND

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$40,000 Washington, DC

For continued support for the Equality Fund to combat racism and promote equality and justice and shared living for all Israel's citizens, and additional support for the Response to the Assault on Democracy Initiative.

SEACOLOGY

Priority Area: Environment

$15,000 Berkeley, CA

For general operating support to save endangered species, habitats and cultures of islands around the world.

THE ABRAHAM FUND INITIATIVES

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 New York, NY

For support of the Public Education, Advocacy and Government Relations program, which facilitates public policies and practices that promote a shared Israeli society.

THE NATURE CONSERVANCY

Priority Area: Environment

$16,666 Phoenix, AZ

Second installment of a three year grant to support global climate change strategies.

WOMEN'S REFUGEE COMMISSION

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$15,000 New York, NY

For support for conducting research and advocacy to expand education and vocational training for displaced youth.

2009
ADOPT-A-NATIVE ELDER PROGRAM

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$20,000 Park City, UT

Second installment of a two year grant to support Food Runs, which provide basic food, health care items, firewood and yarn to elders on the Navajo reservation.

ALLIANCE FOR MIDDLE EAST PEACE

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 Washington, DC

Matching grant for general operating support to help transition this volunteer coexistence coalition into a professionally staffed organization.

AMERICAN REFUGEE COMMITTEE

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$39,457 Minneapolis, MN

For continued support for income generation programs in three refugee camps in Rwanda.

CENTER FOR BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY

Priority Area: Environment

$20,000 Tuscon, AZ

For support of the Climate Law Institute to advance and enforce laws to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and protect species.

CHELONIAN RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Lunenburg, MA

First year of a five-year grant to the IUCN Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle Specialist Group to conduct a global turtle assessment.

ENVIRONMENTAL LAW AND POLICY CENTER

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Chicago, IL

For support to protect the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.

FACING HISTORY AND OURSELVES

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$20,000 Boston, MA

For support for curriculum development related to confronting anti-Semitism.

FORESTETHICS

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 San Francisco, CA

For continued general operating support to protect endangered forests, reform forestry practices, increase decision-making power of indigenous communities and promote conservation-based economies.

GLOBAL GREENGRANTS FUND

Priority Area: Environment

$35,000 Boulder, CO

For continued general operating support to provide grants and programming to grassroots groups around the world to impact a variety of environmental issues.

HAND IN HAND CENTER FOR JEWISH-ARAB EDUCATION

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 Portland, OR

For support for market research and the development of a marketing plan to increase and retain Jewish students in bilingual and multi-cultural schools in Israel.

HESHIMA KENYA

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 Chicago, IL

For the purchase of a van to enhance safety and security for unaccompanied refugee minors in Nairobi, Kenya.

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$35,000 New York, NY

For continued support to conduct research and advocacy on behalf of refugees and displaced persons around the world and to build capacity to monitor human rights.

NATURE CONSERVANCY OF ARIZONA

Priority Area: Environment

$41,666 Phoenix, AZ

For support of the Arizona Chapter's conservation science program and first of a three year grant to support Conservancy-wide global climate change strategies.

NEW ISRAEL FUND

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 Washington, DC

For support for the Equality Fund to combat racism in Israel and promote equality and justice for all Israel's citizens and shared living between Jews and Arabs.

THE FIELD MUSEUM

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Chicago, IL

For support of the ECCo Program's REDD Project in Peru.

2008
ADOPT-A-NATIVE ELDER PROGRAM

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$15,000 Park City, UT

The first of a two year grant to support Food Runs which provide basic food, health care items, firewood and yarn to elders on the Navajo reservation.

AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD SERVICE

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 New York, NY

Second year of a two year grant to support grantmaking to community based organizations working with refugees and internally displaced persons.

AMERICAN REFUGEE COMMITTEE

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$50,000 Minneapolis, MN

For continued support for the Income Generation Program and the Voluntary Savings and Lending Associations in three refugee camps in Rwanda.

CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL

Priority Area: Environment

$50,000 Arlington, VA

For support of conservation activities in the Roraima Biodiversity Corridor, a key section embedded in the Amazon tropical rainforest.

EARTHRIGHTS INTERNATIONAL

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 Washington, DC

For continued support of EarthRights Schools to equip grassroots human rights and environmental leaders with skills to defend human rights and protect natural resources and to provide alumni with strategic, educational and financial support.

FORESTETHICS

Priority Area: Environment

$20,000 San Francisco, CA

For general operating support to protect endangered forests, reform forestry practices, increase decision-making power of indigenous communities and promote conservation-based economies.

GLOBAL GREENGRANTS FUND

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Boulder, CO

For continued general operating support to provide grants and programming to grassroots groups around the world to impact a variety of environmental issues.

HAND IN HAND CENTER FOR JEWISH-ARAB EDUCATION

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$50,000 Portland, OR

For support of capacity expansion of the Kfar Kara School in Wadi Ara region.

HEARTLAND ALLIANCE

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 Chicago, IL

For support of a vocational training program for displaced female former child soldiers in Burundi.

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 New York, NY

For support to conduct research and advocacy on behalf of refugees and displaced persons around the world and to build capacity to monitor human rights that result in refugee flows.

HUMAN RIGHTS WATCH

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 New York, NY

For emergency support to conduct an emergency response to the crisis in Kenya.

KNOWLEDGEBEAT

Priority Area: Environment

$9,500 Hillsborough, CA

For support to develop an environmental science program in rural areas of Zambia to promote environmental stewardship.

MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY CENTER FOR PEACEMAKING

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$33,000 Milwaukee, WI

For support for expanded programming to increase understanding of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and shed light on conflict resolution and the peacemaking process.

NATURE CONSERVANCY OF ARIZONA

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Phoenix, AZ

For general operating support to assist in securing water, conserving land, restoring the health of forests and grasslands and build organizational capacity in Arizona. Support is also for Conservancy-wide efforts to address global climate change.

NEW ISRAEL FUND

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 Washington, DC

Second year in a two year grant for support for the Israel-US Civil Liberties Law Program, to enable the education and training of Arab and Jewish Israeli lawyers to advance the rights of disempowered populations in Israel.

THE ABRAHAM FUND INITIATIVES

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$50,000 New York, NY

For support of the Government Relations and Public Policy Advocacy Initiative, which works toward an inclusive and shared society in Israel.

2007
ADOPT-A-NATIVE ELDER PROGRAM

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$10,000 Park City, UT

For support for Food Runs which provide basic food, health care items, firewood and yarn to elders on the Navajo reservation.

AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD SERVICE

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$25,000 New York, NY

First year of a two year grant to support grantmaking to community based organizations working with refugees and internally displaced persons.

AMERICAN REFUGEE COMMITTEE

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$29,750 Minneapolis, MN

For support to provide staff, grants and training for new Income Generation Program groups and Voluntary Savings and Lending Associations in refugee camps in Rwanda.

CHELONIAN RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Priority Area: Environment

$10,000 Lunenburg, MA

Fifth installmentof a five year grant to support the conservation of turtles and tortoises.

EARTHRIGHTS INTERNATIONAL

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$30,000 Washington, DC

For continued support of Southeast Asia EarthRights Schools and Alumni Programs to equip grassroots human rights and environmental leaders with skills to defend human rights and protect natural resources and to provide alumni with strategic, educational a

GENOCIDE INTERVENTION NETWORK

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$15,000 Washington, DC

For continued support for STAND: A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition which mobilzes young people to prevent and stop genocide.

GLOBAL GREENGRANTS FUND

Priority Area: Environment

$30,000 Boulder, CO

For general operating support to enable advisors and grantees to address the most challenging environmental issues around the world.

HAND IN HAND CENTER FOR JEWISH-ARAB EDUCATION

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 Portland, OR

For support to expand the capacity of its Galilee school to increase enrollment and community outreach.

INFANT WELFARE SOCIETY OF EVANSTON

Priority Area: Youth Development and Education

$10,000 Evanston, IL

Fourth installment of a four-year grant for general operating support to provide care and early education for infants and toddlers and to support their families’ efforts to be self sufficient providers and effective parents.

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$6,250 Chicago, IL

Fourth installment of a four-year grant to support the New Beginings Scholarship Fund which provides tuition to immigrants and refugees.

MCGAW YMCA

Priority Area: Youth Development and Education

$5,000 Evanston, IL

Third installment of a three year grant to support Reading in Motion, a program to improve the literacy skills of children K-3.

NEW ISRAEL FUND

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 Washington, DC

First year in a two year grant for support for the Israel-US Civil Liberties Law Program, to enable the education and training of Arab and Jewish Israeli lawyers to advance the rights of disempowered populations in Israel.

REFUGEES INTERNATIONAL

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$30,000 Washington, DC

For general operating support to boost lifesaving advocacy on behalf of the world's refugees and internally displaced people.

THE GLOBAL FUND FOR CHILDREN

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$30,000 Washington, DC

For support for grantmaking to community-based organizations around the world that provide assistance to children and youth who are refugees or internally displaced.

VAN LEER JERUSALEM INSTITUTE

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$25,000 Jerusalem,

For support of the Jerusalem Mosaic project, which brings together Jewish and Arab educators to study and experience the beauty and uniqueness of Jerusalem.

WOMEN'S EQUITY IN ACCESS TO CARE AND TREATMENT

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$30,000 San Francisco, CA

For support of psychosocial and economic empowerment programs for HIV positive Rwandan women.

2006
ADOPT-A-NATIVE ELDER PROGRAM

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$7,500 Park City, UT

For support for Food Runs which provide basic food, health care items, firewood and yarn to elders on the Navajo reservation.

AMERICAN JEWISH WORLD SERVICE

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$20,000 New York, NY

For support for grantmaking to community based organizations working with refugees and internally displaced persons.

AMERICAN REFUGEE COMMITTEE

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$20,000 Minneapolis, MN

For support to provide staff, grants and training for new Income Generation Program groups and Voluntary Savings and Lending Associations in refugee camps in Rwanda.

CHELONIAN RESEARCH FOUNDATION

Priority Area: Environment

$10,000 Lunenburg, MA

Fourth installment of a five year grant to support the conservation of turtles and tortoises.

EARTHRIGHTS INTERNATIONAL

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$20,000 Washington, DC

For support for EarthRights Schools in Southeast Asia to equip grassroots human rights and environmental leaders with skills to defend human rights, protect natural resources and to prevent displacement.

GENOCIDE INTERVENTION NETWORK

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$30,000 Washington, DC

For support for STAND: A Student Anti-Genocide Coalition, to mobilze young people to prevent and stop genocide.

HAND IN HAND CENTER FOR JEWISH-ARAB EDUCATION

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$30,000 Portland, OR

For support to expand the capacity of its Galilee school to increase enrollment and community outreach.

INFANT WELFARE SOCIETY OF EVANSTON

Priority Area: Youth Development and Education

$20,000 Evanston, IL

Third installment of a four-year grant for general operating support to provide care and early education for infants and toddlers and to support their families’ efforts to be self sufficient providers and effective parents.

LOYOLA UNIVERSITY CHICAGO

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$6,250 Chicago, IL

Third installment of a four-year grant to support the New Beginings Scholarship Fund which provides tuition to immigrants and refugees.

MCGAW YMCA

Priority Area: Youth Development and Education

$10,000 Evanston, IL

Second installment of a three year grant to support Reading in Motion, a program to improve the literacy skills of children K-3.

NEW ISRAEL FUND

Priority Area: Environment

$25,000 Washington, DC

For support for expanding the Green Network, a student environmental education program, into underserved populations.

THE GLOBAL FUND FOR CHILDREN

Priority Area: Refugees/Displaced Persons

$10,000 Washington, DC

For support for grantmaking to community-based organizations around the world that provide assistance to children and youth who are refugees or internally displaced.

VAN LEER JERUSALEM INSTITUTE

Priority Area: Jewish/Israel

$10,000 Jerusalem,

For support for Teens for Social Change, a program to introduce Israeli youth to the power of change through governmental channels and non violence.