geria: $130,000 to Enough Is Enough
Nigeria (Lagos, Nigeria).
DAVID AND LUCILE PACKARD
Los Altos, Calif.
Agriculture. To provide travel scholarships for the 5th Biennial Partnership
for Clean Indoor Air Forum in Lima,
Peru: $75,000 to the Winrock International Institute for Agricultural Development (Arlington, Va.).
Animals and wildlife. To acquire and
manage a prairie-based wildlife
reserve on Montana over one year:
$500,000 to the American Prairie
Foundation (Bozeman, Mont.).
Children, youths, and families. To offer
research-based technical assistance to
state and local entities on how to use
data to plan for, and phase in, access
to high-quality infant, toddler, and
preschool programs: $200,000 to the
American Institutes for Research in
the Behavioral Sciences (Washington,
—To develop a leadership institute
for minority leaders in after-school,
summer enrichment, and preschool
programs: $100,000 to the California
School Age Consortium (San Francisco, Calif.).
—For the work of the New England Alliance for Children’s Health to expand
children’s health-care coverage in the
region: $110,658 to Community Catalyst (Boston, Mass.).
Climate change. For general support:
$105,000 to Clean Water Network
—To educate and mobilize sportsmen,
conservationists, and union members
to protect effective conservation programs on farms, ranches, and forests
in the United States: $175,000 to the
Theodore Roosevelt Conservation
Partnership (Washington, D.C.).
Community and economic development.
For a technology-based economic
development project in south Los
Angeles: $150,000 to the Community
Development Technologies Center
(Los Angeles, Calif.).
Community foundations. To make
grants to nonprofit organizations in
the Palo Alto area: $100,000 to the
Palo Alto Community Fund (Palo Alto,
Conservation and the environment. To
facilitate production of its reporting
on the landscapes and communities
of the American West, including the
Colorado Plateau: $100,000 to High
Country News (Paonia, Colo.).
—To strengthen environmental media
in Indonesia: $200,000 to the In-ternews Network (Arcata, Calif.).
—For general support: $150,000 to the
Land Trust of Santa Cruz County
(Santa Cruz, Calif.).
—For general support: $250,000 to the
Ocean Conservancy (Washington,
—For scientific research that will
help resource planners and habitat
managers make better informed
decisions about Palau’s sustainable
development: $200,000 to the Palau
Conservation Society (Koror, Republic
—To restore and conserve the Colorado
River Delta region: $127,000 to the
Sonoran Institute (Tucson, Ariz.).
—To develop sustainable mariculture
enterprises as a form of income generation for conservation communities
in Micronesia: $200,000 to the U. of
Hawaii at Hilo (Hilo, Hawaii).
—To foster a clean-energy transition
on tribal lands and sound oil and gas
regulation in the White River basin:
$250,000 to the Western Conservation
Foundation (Denver, Colo.).
Philanthropy. To prepare and present
the 2010 Grantee Perception Report:
$60,000 to the Center for Effective
Philanthropy (Cambridge, Mass.).
—For its Center for Philanthropy and
Civil Society: $150,000 to Duke U.
—For San Mateo County grant making
in 2011: $150,000 to the Philanthropic
Ventures Foundation (Oakland, Calif.).
—For strategic realignment of the California Children’s Health Initiative,
which works to ensure all children
in California have health insurance:
$50,000 to Tides Center (San Francisco, Calif.).
Reproductive health and population. To
promote family planning and reproductive health issues through circus
art: $51,000 to Circus in Ethiopia for
Youth and Social Development (Addis
—For the Global Population, Health and
Development 2015 Program: $200,000
to Communications Consortium Media
Center (Washington, D.C.).
—To mobilize commitment to family
planning and advocate for the inclusion of safer and more effective contraceptive methods through a
network of nongovernmental organizations: $250,000 to the Family Planning Association of India (Mumbai,
—To provide technical support to the
government of Bihar to carry out,
monitor, and build evidence of a sustainable public-private partnership
to increase access to safe abortion
services: $350,000 to Ipas (Chapel
—To start a national women’s leadership network to advocate for family
planning and reproductive health in
order to mobilize policy changes in the
corporate social-responsibility agenda:
$500,000 to Lahore U. of Management
Sciences (Lahore, Pakistan).
—For the production and communications strategy around a special magazine series on population: $100,000
to the National Geographic Society
—To provide computer and network
technical support to population
experts in four countries: $250,000
to the Service for Information Technology in International Agriculture
(Menlo Park, Calif.).
—For the Global Population and Environment Program: $100,000 to the Sierra Club Foundation (San Francisco,
—To produce one of a five-part documentary series titled “Afghanistan:
The End Game” that focuses on the
lives of women in situations of conflict
and their leadership to bring about
change: $100,000 to WNET.org (New
York, N. Y.).
—To strengthen management systems
and improve the delivery of reproductive health products to needy women:
$250,000 to WomanCare Global (
Chapel Hill, N.C.).
—To accelerate universal access to sexual and reproductive health in Africa:
$250,000 to the World Health Organization (Geneva, Switzerland).
public-affairs content through the programs “It’s Our Money” and “
News-Works Tonight” programs: $275,000 to
WHYY (Philadelphia, Pa.).
Zoos and aquariums. For general operations during its 2012-14 fiscal years:
$250,000 over three years to the Zoological Society of Philadelphia (
development to more than 270
middle-school mathematics teachers:
$1,126,262 to be divided among fifteen
school districts and nonprofit organizations in San Mateo and Santa Clara
Counties in California.
New York, N. Y.
Education. To provide paid summer
internships at businesses for New
York City public-high-school students
who are entering their senior year or
have just graduated: $40,000 to Pencil
(New York, N. Y.).
JOHN TEMPLETON FOUNDATION
West Conshohocken, Pa.
Education. To develop an online community for educators to share information, post problems, seek advice,
and propose solutions for problems
in the nation’s schools: $400,000 to
the Character Education Partnership
New York, N. Y.
Nonprofit organizations and philanthropy. To examine the possibility
of using social-impact bonds, which
reward private investors and foundations with government money if their
programs to solve social problems are
successful: $400,000 to Nonprofit Finance Fund (New York, N. Y.).
VAN AMERINGEN FOUNDATION
New York, N. Y.
Mental health. For general operating
support: $200,000 over two years to
the Bazelon Center for Mental Health
Law (Washington, D.C.).
—For the Clown Care Unit at Harlem
Hospital, where circus clowns visit
hospitalized children: $100,000 over
two years to Big Apple Circus (New
York, N. Y.).
—For mental-health work in the Prison
Visiting Project, which monitors
prison conditions in New York State:
$150,000 over two years to the Correctional Association of New York (New
York, N. Y.).
—To start up the Evaluation and Re-
ferral Center for Psychiatric Urgent
Care, for same-day, walk-in psychiat-
ric services: $113,500 over two years
to the International Center for the
Disabled (New York, N. Y.).
SILICON VALLEY COMMUNITY
Mountain View, Calif.
Education. To provide professional
Thousand Oaks, Calif.
Education. To support science teachers
who choose to obtain their National
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PASO DEL NORTE HEALTH
El Paso, Tex.
Children and youths. To provide safe
environments for children and youths
to participate in healthy activities:
$260,000 to be divided by four organizations in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico.
WILLIAM PENN FOUNDATION
Architecture. For revenue-generating
projects, Web platform upgrades, and
continued professional reporting of
planning, zoning, and land-develop-ment issues in Philadelphia: $500,000
over 18 months to Penn Praxis (
Arts and culture. To renovate its public
and artists’ support spaces and upgrade its lighting and sound inventory: $500,000 to the Arden Theatre
Company (Philadelphia, Pa.).
—To strengthen its fund-raising capacity in fiscal years 2011-13 as the
institution prepares for its move to
Philadelphia in 2012 and build the
resources necessary for operating
its new business model as a three-campus institution: $1,000,000 over
34 months to the Barnes Foundation
—To realign and expand its executive
team and support staff to ensure stability and sustainability in programs,
profitability, funding, and audience
development as it plans a transition
to new leadership: $371,060 over 34
months to First Person Arts (
—For general operating support during
its 2012 fiscal year: $300,000 to the
Mann Center for the Performing Arts
Economic development. To promote
increased regional collaboration and
innovation through support for the
Greater Philadelphia Leadership Exchange and the Metropolitan Caucus:
$330,000 over two years to the Pennsylvania Economy League (
Higher education. To create and operate
the Institute of Politics: $461,557 over
two years to Temple U., Institute for
Public Affairs (Philadelphia, Pa.).
Journalism. To carry out the business
plan and strengthen the operations
infrastructure of New Jersey Spotlight, an online news service: $375,000
over 18 months to the Community
Foundation of New Jersey (
Public radio and television. For production and expanded distribution of