in that country after graduation:
$1,000,000 to the School of Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago, Ill.).
dowment fund: $25,000,000 to Teach
for America (New York, N. Y.).
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to Leadership for Environment and
—For the Reproductive Health and
Rights Alliance in Kenya and for
the Planned Parenthood Federation
of America Africa Regional Office:
$250,000 to Planned Parenthood
Federation of America (New York,
—To strengthen the African and Asian
regional networks of the International
Consortium for Medical Abortion:
$150,000 to the Reproductive Health
Training Center of the Republic of
Moldova (Chisinau, Molodova).
—To provide strategic communications
services to its population and reproductive health program and key partners: $400,000 to Spitfire Strategies
—For the Ellertson Social Science Fellowship, which trains new social-science researchers on policy-relevant
abortion research: $55,000 to the U.
of California at San Francisco (San
—To raise awareness and mobilize
resources for programs that promote
the reproductive health, self-esteem,
and economic empowerment of girls:
$400,000 to the United Nations Foundation (Washington, D.C.).
—To disseminate updated evidence on
the global prevalence of unsafe abortion and updated guidance on comprehensive abortion care: $500,000 to the
World Health Organization (Geneva,
Reproductive health and rights. To expand to San Mateo County: $200,000
to Planned Parenthood Mar Monte
(San Jose, Calif.).
Youth development. To develop transition programs that help students
moving from elementary school to
middle school: $150,000 each to Kent
School District (Kent, Wash.), Spokane Public Schools (Spokane, Wash.),
and Tacoma Public Schools (Tacoma,
ELLEN AND DOUGLAS ROSENBERG
Medical research. For research on
Alzheimer’s disease: $3,500,000 to the
Buck Institute for Research on Aging,
to support the work of Dale Bredesen
—To provide small loans to entrepreneurs in the San Francisco Bay area:
$3,000,000 to Opportunity Fund (San
J.P. MORGAN CHASE
Redwood City, Calif.
Higher education. To create a named
lectureship in Persian language and
culture: $300,000 to U. of California
at Irvine, Samuel Jordan Center for
Persian Studies and Culture (Irvine,
Museums. For its expansion campaign:
$15,000,000 to Museum of Nature &
Science (Dallas, Tex.).
Health. To construct a new facility:
$250,000 to La Red Health Center
MARGOT AND THOMAS PRITZKER
Higher education. For scholarships
for students from China who intend
to pursue their vocations and work
RICHARD AND ELLEN RICHMAN
PRIVATE FAMILY FOUNDATION
Higher education. To establish an academic center for business, law, and
public policy, and for two professorships: $10,000,000 to Columbia U.
(New York, N. Y.).
BLUE CROSS AND BLUE SHIELD
Higher education. To purchase new
medical simulators, computers, and
software: $2,912,751 over three years
to U. of Tennessee Health Science
Center (Memphis, Tenn.).
OF THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES
Higher education. To provide scholarships to low-income and minority
students studying to become al-lied-health or nursing professionals:
$200,000 over two years to Prince
George’s Community College (Largo,
New York, N. Y.
Education. To establish a permanent en-
Museums. To construct a building
that will house additional exhibits:
$5,000,000 over three years to the Air
Force Museum Foundation (Patterson
Air Force Base, Ohio).
MILSTEIN ADELMAN LLP
Santa Monica, Calif.
Child health. For its efforts to reduce
childhood obesity by 2015: $324,000 to
the Alliance for a Healthier Generation (New York, N. Y.).
Consultants in Philanthropic Management
Higher education. To establish a scholarship endowment: $1,700,000 to Yale
U., School of Medicine (New Haven,
MITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AMERICA
Disabled. For the joint project Include
All Students in Entrepreneurial
Leadership Programs: $210,000 to be
divided over three years among Students for the Advancement of Global
Entrepreneurship (Chico, Calif.) and
U. of California at Los Angeles, Tarjan
Center (Los Angeles, Calif.).
GG+A IS HONORED TO PARTNER WITH OUR NEWEST CLIENTS
IN PURSUIT OF SUSTAINABLE, EXTRAORDINARY RESULTS.
Oklahoma City, Okla.
Social services. For efforts to fight hunger: $1,000,000 to the Regional Food
Bank of Oklahoma (Oklahoma City,
Higher education. To construct the
Knowledge Commons, which will
provide state-of-the-art learning
spaces and services for undergraduate
students: $400,000 to Pennsylvania
State U. Libraries (University Park,
Karachi School for Business and Leadership
Sports and recreation. To re-open two
recreation centers and provide tutoring, character building, and physi-cal-fitness activities to young people:
$1,000,000 to the Community Foundation of Greater Atlanta (Atlanta, Ga.).
OWENS CORNING FOUNDATION
Nonprofit organizations and philanthropy. For unrestricted use:
$1,000,000 over 10 years to Charities
Aid Foundation America (Alexandria,
La Salle University
Shore Memorial Health Foundation
The University of Texas
DOW CHEMICAL COMPANY
Conservation and the environment. To
examine how Dow’s operations rely on
and affect nature: $10,000,000 over
five years to the Nature Conservancy
SIEMENS PLM SOFTWARE
Higher education. To enable the university to begin a design-technology program: software valued at $65,200,000
to Iowa Western Community College
(Council Bluffs, Iowa).
Southwestern Medical Center
University School of Nashville
Health. To increase access to healthcare:
$500,000 jointly to the Daniel S. Snow
MD Health Center (Erie, Pa.) and
Harborcreek Health Services (Erie,
Social services. For efforts to fight
childhood hunger: $20,000,000 to be
divided over three years among Share
Our Strength (Washington, D.C.) and
Youth Service America (Washington,
WE WELCOME THE OPPORTUNITY TO DO THE SAME WITH YOU.
Mountain View, Calif.
Higher education. To examine how so-cial-network phenomena affect large-scale information systems and how
these systems can be transformed to
provide more meaningful experiences
for online users: $800,000 to Cornell
U. (Ithaca, N. Y.).
STATE FARM INSURANCE
Higher education. To establish the Center for Women and Financial Services:
$2,800,000 to American College (Bryn
San Antonio, Tex.
Arts and culture. To construct this center: $5,000,000 to the Tobin Center
for the Performing Arts (San Antonio,
J.P. MORGAN CHASE & CO.
New York, N. Y.
Economic development. To grow small
businesses: $25,000,000 to be divided
among several community development financial institutions.
Education. For dropout-prevention efforts in several cities across the country: $1,000,000 to America’s Promise
Alliance (Washington, D.C.).
Social services. To provide meals to
hungry families: $1,500,000 to be divided among nonprofit organizations
in six cities across the country.
Women and girls. For a program to help
single mothers find employment and
become financially stable: $2,500,000
to Goodwill Industries International