Following are grants of $20,000
and more made by foundations,
companies, and other private
sources. Announcements of grants
can be sent to Grants Editor, The
Chronicle of Philanthropy, 1255
23rd Street, N. W., Suite 775,
Washington, D.C. 20037, or sent
via e-mail to grants.editor@
n Lockheed Martin Corporation: $10-million to the National
Museum of the United States Army for a state-of-the-art interactive resource center that will feature educational programs in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics
n Google.org: $1.25-million to the Nelson Mandela Foundation
Centre of Memory to preserve and digitize thousands of archival
documents, photographs, and audio-visual materials about the life
of the former South African president Nelson Mandela
n James Irvine Foundation: $500,000 to the Los Angeles County
Museum of Art to conserve Watts Towers, a series of sculptures in
n John Templeton Foundation: $400,000 to the Character Education Partnership to develop an online community for educators
to share information, seek advice, and propose solutions for problems in the nation’s schools
LOS ANGELES’S WA TTS TOWERS
n Annenberg Foundation: $100,000 to the Time Dollar Institute to expand a movement that
develops, supports, and promotes a network of “time banks” to create an economy in which
acts of service are rewarded
$237,226,275 worth of grants have been listed online in the past two weeks
We now place grants online every Thursday to help you keep on top of grant-making priorities.
to finance special needs, projects, and
opportunities in order to enhance programs: $1,000,000 to Special Olympics
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Children and youths. For a leadership
program for low-performing students:
$20,000 to Global Kids (New York,
CHRISTOPHER AND DANA REEVE
Short Hills, N.J.
Disabled. For efforts to improve the
lives of people who are paralyzed: approximately $500,000 to be divided
among 74 nonprofit organizations.
ROBERT STERLING CLARK
New York, N. Y.
Arts and culture. To establish an inter-
national council to facilitate cultural
partnerships: $100,000 to ART21
(New York, N. Y.).
—For a consortium of 12 New York organizations that will present a three-month festival of Cuban arts: $50,000
to the Brooklyn Academy of Music-Si
Cuba Collaboration (New York, N. Y.).
—For an art and law cultural-property
Web-site program: $75,000 to the
International Foundation for Art Research (New York, N. Y.).
—For scholarships for eight-week resi-dencies for five artists from Africa
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