2016 Grants

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(*Discretionary Grant)

 

Art of Change

Atlanta, GA
$110,000 over two years
For an audience building project as part of the Audience Building Roundtable.
 
Atlanta, GA
$35,000
To edit the documentary “Making of Modern Atlanta” for commercial broadcast.
 
Atlanta, GA
$1,000
To provide scholarship funding to attend the National Arts Marketing Conference November 12-13, 2016.
 
Atlanta, GA
$1,000
To provide scholarship funding to attend the National Arts Marketing Conference November 12-13, 2016.
 
Atlanta, GA
$25,000
For the 2015-2016 Annual Fund.
 
New York, NY
$76,000 over three years
For the Alliance Theatre case study as part of the Audience Building Roundtable.
 
Atlanta, GA
$50,000
To mount the "Countdown to Zero: Defeating Disease" exhibition at the Carter Library in Atlanta.
 
Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta | Audience Building Roundtable Fund
Atlanta, GA
$387,483
For the Audience Building Roundtable Fund, to give small grants to organizations participating in the TRG Arts Technical Assistance Series.
 
Atlanta, GA
$1,000
Sponsorship of the Metro Atlanta Arts Fund Luncheon to be held 12/3/2015.
 
Decatur, GA
$1,000
To provide scholarship funding to attend the National Arts Marketing Conference November 12-13, 2016.
 
The Design Lab
Atlanta, GA
$15,815
For virtual peer networking products and services as part of the Audience Building Roundtable.
 
Atlanta, GA
$50,000
To provide funding for the feature length documentary, "MAYNARD" on the life and legacy of former Atlanta mayor, Maynard Jackson.
 
Marietta, GA
$1,000
To provide scholarship funding to attend the National Arts Marketing Conference November 12-13, 2016.
 
Roswell, GA
$1,000
To provide scholarship funding to attend the National Arts Marketing Conference November 12-13, 2016.
 
Atlanta, GA
$12,500
To lead two Design Labs in 2016 for the Audience Building Roundtable, generating innovative approaches for participating arts organizations to use to receive feedback from non-attendees.
 
Atlanta, GA
$1,000
To provide scholarship funding to attend the National Arts Marketing Conference November 12-13, 2016.
 
New York, NY
$15,000
For general operating support.
 
Atlanta, GA
$1,000
To provide scholarship funding to attend the National Arts Marketing Conference November 12-13, 2016.
 
Atlanta, GA
$4,000
To facilitate a Design Thinking Workshop for the Arts Marketing Roundtable on 11/11/2016.
 
Atlanta, GA
$25,000
For general operating support.
 
Atlanta, GA
$25,000
For the 2015-2016 Annual Campaign.
 
Columbia, MO
$10,000
For consulting with four Roundtable members with smaller budgets.
 
Decatur, GA
$1,000
To provide scholarship funding to attend the National Arts Marketing Conference November 12-13, 2016.
 
Washington, DC
$10,496
To develop branding and messaging with the branding committee as part of the Audience Building Roundtable.
 
Washington, DC
$43,578
To provide executive education and training to approximately 100 arts executives from 50 Roundtable member organizations.
 
Atlanta, GA
$1,000
To provide scholarship funding to attend the National Arts Marketing Conference November 12-13, 2016.
 
Colorado Springs, CO
$30,000
To lead a four-part T/A Series of Use of Data in Audience as part of the Audience Building Roundtable.
 
Colorado Springs, CO
$88,000
To carry out patron retention analysis for five Roundtable members.
 
Atlanta, GA
$1,000
To provide scholarship funding to attend the National Arts Marketing Conference November 12-13, 2016.

 

Better Beginnings

New York, NY
$15,000
For physician and nursing education related to the new Cardiac ICU for newborns.
 
Atlanta, GA
$20,000
To produce a series of six articles examining the prevalence of lead in homes and drinking water systems, explaining the health threats posed to Georgia's children and defining solutions.
 
Atlanta, GA
$60,000
To develop and implement a coordinated public policy strategy to prevent 15,000 to 17,000 families from losing child-care subsidies in partnership with Georgia Budget and Policy Institute, GEEARS, Georgia Voices and the Atlanta Women’s Foundation.
 
Atlanta, GA
$25,000
For public education activities associated with the Safe Harbor Yes campaign, which seeks to create a dedicated Georgia fund to provide care for children who are victims of sex trafficking.

 

Inspiring Spaces

Atlanta, GA
$1,000,000 over three years
For the water mirror and stairs in Storza Woods as part of the NOURISH & FLOURISH Campaign.
 
New York, NY
$10,000
For general operating Support
 
Atlanta, GA
$1,800,000 over three years
For trails connecting Vine City and Rodney Cook Sr. Park to Centennial Olympic Park.
 
Livingston, MT
$50,000 over two years
To implement a multi-faceted program to increase the profitability of ranch operations in the region through cost savings gained from regenerative practices and price premiums gained through increased access to local and regional markets.
 
Washington, DC
$75,000
To develop a set of comprehensive permitting reforms on federal public lands to ensure more people, especially under-resourced audiences, gain access to the outdoors.

 

Pathways to Success

Atlanta Partners for Education | Atlanta Public Schools
Atlanta, GA
$700
Sponsorship of the Washington High School Robotics Team to attend the FIRST Robotics competition in Albany, GA 3/17–3/19/2016.
 
Babson Park, MA
$100,000 over two years
For the Babson College Social Innovation Fellows Program.
 
Atlanta, GA
$5,000
Presidential grant to sponsor A3C Festival's "Baes Make Beats", a music production workshop for women.
 
Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta | Education Funders Collaborative
Atlanta, GA
$46,000
For StudentsFirst Georgia education policy work in Georgia.
 
Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta | Every Child, Every Community Donor Advised Fund
Atlanta, GA
$1,800,000 over three years
For NewOrg to fund the creation of 4,900 high quality APS seats and invest in approaches to bring in an additional 100 quality teachers per year to APS.
 
New York, NY
$150,000 over two years
To match gifts from 1,300 donors to provide STEAM supplies for 400 preK – 12 classroom teachers reaching 10,000 students in high-poverty public schools in Atlanta, Fulton, Clayton and DeKalb districts.
 
Alpharetta, GA
$5,000
For the Waller Park Outreach After-School Program to provide a free after school program for under-resourced, financially challenged, families and to improve the academic achievement of low income minority students.
 
Atlanta, GA
$200,000
For the statewide campaign to support the Opportunity School District referendum.
 
Atlanta, GA
$30,000
To provide recommendations to the foundation for strategies that will drive parent and student demand of high quality STEAM programming in Metro Atlanta. The recommendations will be based on qualitative research that deepens the understanding of priorities, motivations, and activities of underserved parents and students.
 
Atlanta, GA
$150,000 over two years
To provide STEM professional development and programmatic support for the Hollis Innovation Academy and the Atlanta Public Schools (APS) Washington Cluster.
 
Roswell, GA
$30,000
For 60 low-income students from Atlanta, Fulton and DeKalb public schools, beginning summer 2016, to participate in a year-round STEM program that exposes students to STEM projects, teaches coding skills, and introduces STEM profession and careers.
 
Roswell, GA
$180,000 over two years
To create an online platform that allows for uploading, identification, and utilization of STEAM resources in Metro Atlanta while simultaneously encouraging STEAM as a viable success career path for Metro Atlanta youth.
 
Atlanta, GA
$10,000
Presidential grant to provide scholarships for four Washington High School students to participate in the 2016 Global Youth Ambassadors Program.
 
Atlanta, GA
$175,000 over two years
To turnaround a "persistently failing" school, Gideons Elementary, by implementing Kindezi's small class model.
 
Atlanta, GA
$13,200
Presidential grant to host a two-day event to cultivate the emerging Atlanta STEAM network and provide design thinking training to Pipeline Projects grantees in order to improve their program service delivery.
 
Washington, DC
$50,000
To design and launch a networking campaign that brings together nonprofit executives, educators, funders and influencers in order to accelerate opportunity in the STEAM education sector.
 
Atlanta, GA
$15,000
To provide support in the 2016-17 school year.
 
Atlanta, GA
$30,000
For 45 students ages 14-25 to participate in The Bridge Academy's Career Exposure and Development Initiative summer 2016 program.
 
Atlanta, GA
$25,000
For 40 students in grades 1 – 8 from Vine City and English Avenue to participate in Project RISE, a summer learning experience in STEM.
 
Lithonia, GA
$30,000
For 100 youth ages 14-18 from the City of Atlanta and DeKalb County to participate in a summer program teaching STEAM skills through music and entertainment technology.
 
Atlanta, GA
$40,000
To provide STEAM programs to 130 students in grades 2 - 12 from Vine City and English Avenue.
 
Atlanta, GA
$10,000
To provide 140 underserved K-5 students in the Peoplestown community with more interactive and engaging STEAM learning experiences.
 
Atlanta, GA
$150,000 over two years
To develop an Alumni Talent Matching program to enable Teach For America Metro Atlanta alumni to secure career opportunities in organizations that support the school turnaround efforts of Atlanta.
 
Atlanta, GA
$150,000 over two years
To prepare 60 to 80 underserved high school students from Metro Atlanta for success in STEM education and careers via a series of workshops, field trips, training events, coding camps and summer internships with high-profile Metro Atlanta firms.
 
Atlanta, GA
$18,000
Presidential DIE to host a two-day event to cultivate the emerging Atlanta STEAM network and provide design thinking training to Pipeline Projects grantees in order to improve their program service delivery.
 
Atlanta, GA
$5,000
For the 2016-2017 Corporate Campaign.
 
College Park, GA
$15,000
For The Woodward Fund, the Academy's campaign for annual operating support.

 

Speaker Series | Film Series

Washington, DC
$50,000 over two years
For AndACTION to train nonprofit organizations to use documentaries, feature films and TV shows to strengthen advocacy efforts in Georgia.

 

Westside Neighborhood Prosperity Fund

Atlanta, GA
$30,000
Presidential grant for Community Day 2016, in which volunteers from the Blank Family of Businesses will complete six Atlanta Habitat Brush with Kindness projects in English Avenue.
 
Atlanta, GA
$737,567 over five years
To establish the Westside Security Patrol, Community Policing Officer Housing Program, and the Westside AT-PROMISE Youth Center.
 
Sudbury, MA
$125,000
To develop a comprehensive assessment of education on the Westside and to engage stakeholders in the creation of a strategic plan.
 
Atlanta, GA
$68,675
To improve the quality of life in Castleberry Hill through neighborhood placemaking activities and quality of life improvements.
 
Flint, MI
$18,000
To provide customized training on problem properties, affordable housing, land development and peer exchange networking opportunities for eight Westside residents at the National Vacant Properties conference in Baltimore, MD, September 28-30, 2016.
 
Atlanta, GA
$390,155
For the Westside Roots Fund.
 
Atlanta, GA
$140,000
To provide construction and commercial truck driving training and job placement services for Westside residents.
 
Atlanta, GA
$95,000
To implement an evidence-based health and early learning home visitation program to improve Westside early childhood health and education outcomes for children from birth to five years old.
 
Atlanta, GA
$206,000
To increase access to quality healthcare resources and reduce the burden of chronic diseases in targeted Westside neighborhoods.
 
East Point, GA
$75,000
To develop a comprehensive assessment of education on the Westside.
 
East Point, GA
$55,000
To help develop a comprehensive financial self-sufficiency and small business/entrepreneurship strategy for the Westside Economic Inclusion Collaborative (WEIC).
 
Atlanta, GA
$210,000
To provide neighborhood recruitment, intake and assessment, and employment case management services at Westside Works.
 
Atlanta, GA
$412,260
To provide support for operations of the Westside Works facility.
 
San Francisco, CA
$50,000
To deliver year-round youth workforce development, financial capability and career readiness supportive services to 50 Westside youth.
 
Atlanta, GA
$66,729
To provide customized adult education to Westside residents to ensure that they have the requisite literacy and numeracy skills needed to access job opportunities, as part of Westside Works programming.
 
St. Louis, MO
$40,000
To start a veteran service platoon housed in the Westside to support neighborhood-driven activities and services in English Avenue and Vine City.
 
The Mosaic Group
Baltimore, MD
$142,500
To help the Westside Health Collaborative (WHC) design and implement the programmatic activities outlined in the WHC’s three-year strategic plan.
 
Atlanta, GA
$75,000
To provide employability skills training, job-specific hard skills training, and employment support to Westside residents.
 
New York, NY
$63,100
To implement place-making projects and amenities in the English Avenue neighborhood around the proposed Mattie Freeland park.
 
Bethesda, MD
$90,000
To help develop a comprehensive financial self-sufficiency and small business/entrepreneurship strategy for the Westside Economic Inclusion Collaborative (WEIC).
 
Norcross, GA
$15,000
To provide up to 100 scholarships for English Avenue and Vine City youth to attend the Bellwood Boys and Girls Club 2016 Summer Program in English Avenue.
 
Atlanta, GA
$50,000
To provide evidence-based interventions to at least 325 at-risk Westside youth to reduce health disparities related to HIV/AIDS, STDs and teen pregnancy.
 
Atlanta, GA
$700,000
For the development of Historic Mims Park in Vine City.
 
Atlanta, GA
$250,000 over three years
For the operations and program development work.
 
Atlanta, GA
$80,750
To produce two Westside community-driven murals through the practice of creative placemaking in partnership with Philadelphia Mural Arts.

 

American Explorers

Atlanta, GA
$37,500
To provide college preparatory services to American Explorers with emphasis on applying for financial aid.

 

Atlanta Falcons Youth Foundation

Marietta, GA
$10,000
For the dance program serving 150 youth ages 9-15 at the Grover Park Rec Center and Carver Boys & Girls Club.
 
Atlanta, GA
$5,200
For youth football equipment and supplies to remove barriers to safe participation for 30 low-income youth on two teams (10 & under; 12 & under).
 
Atlanta, GA
$65,000 over four years
To provide Kilometer Kids scholarships on behalf of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United.
 
Lilburn, GA
$1,000
Grant award winner at the NFL High School Football Coaches Forum at the Falcons Complex on 3/5/2016.
 
Macon, GA
$91.66
Substitute reimbursement for Springdale Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Gainesville, GA
$300,000 over three years
For Falcons Fitness Zone nutritional and fitness programming, serving 3,850 Gainesville youth during the school day and during after-school and summer periods.
 
Atlanta, GA
$90,000 over three years
For Project Learning Garden, which will bring gardens and standards-based lesson plans to 500 Metro Atlanta schools by 2020.
 
Carrollton, GA
$81.78
Substitute reimbursement for Whitesburg Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Columbus, GA
$100
Substitute reimbursement for Clubview Elementary School to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Acworth, GA
$85
Substitute reimbursement for Barber Middle School to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
ATLANTA, GA
$10,000
For the Clarkston Community Project, a residency program delivering weekly aerial dance classes to youth from Clarkston.
 
Lithonia, GA
$190
Substitute reimbursement for Marbut Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Athens, GA
$1,000
To provide football equipment for the East Athens Dolphins Association, as part of the 2016 Atlanta Falcons Youth Football State Forum on 3/19/2016.
 
East Point, GA
$5,000
For the Youth Cycling League, serving 1,000 youth ages 8 to 16.
 
Elberton, GA
$1,000
Grant award winner at the NFL High School Football Coaches Forum at the Falcons Complex on 3/5/2016.
 
Swainsboro, GA
$115
Substitute reimbursement for Swainsboro Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Cumming, GA
$183
Substitute reimbursement for Whitlow Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Atlanta, GA
$2,240
Presidential grant for members of Georgia Family Connection Partnership collaboratives working on youth health initiatives to participate in the 2016 Georgia Organics Conference, February 26-27, 2016, in Columbus, Georgia.
 
Georgia Foundation for Public Health, Ltd.
Decatur, GA
$10,076
For four Georgia Food Oasis partners to participate in the National WIC Association’s 2016 national conference.
 
Atlanta, GA
$387,000 over four years
For Operation CHEW UP, a nutrition and physical fitness program for more than 2,000 middle school youth enrolled in after-school and summer programs at 15 sites.
 
Marietta, GA
$10,000
To expand the First Serve Tennis Initiative to at least three sites that emphasize increased participation among middle school girls.
 
Rex, GA
$1,000
To provide football equipment for the Southside Cowboys Organization, as part of the 2016 Atlanta Falcons Youth Football State Forum on 3/19/2016.
 
Atlanta, GA
$15,000
For training kits for at least 225 middle school girls in Fulton, DeKalb and Gwinnett counties.
 
Atlanta, GA
$75,000
To increase access to fresh fruits and vegetables for children and families through an on-site urban farm, the Eat Well Live Well program and Diabetes Education and Kidney Smart classes.
 
Quincy, MA
$42,000
To provide P.E. equipment kits to 35 schools in the Falcons NFL Play 60 FitnessGram initiative.
 
Flowery Branch, GA
$72.14
Substitute reimbursement for Spout Springs School of Enrichment to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Dublin, GA
$62.43
Substitute reimbursement for Hillcrest Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Marietta, GA
$86.48
Substitute reimbursement for Keheley Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Buford, GA
$112,500
To partner with the Atlanta Falcons delivering 11 Moms Safety Clinics, 5 Youth Heads Up Football Clinics, and 2 NFL FLAG Football Camps at Boys & Girls Clubs to promote physical activity and safety; along with 10 Game Changer Presentations to promote character development.
 
College Park, GA
$10,000
To deliver the Flippin' for Life Program to 100 campers ages 5-13 at City of Atlanta Centers of Hope during the 8 weeks of summer programming.
 
ALBANY, GA
$64
Substitute reimbursement for Lake Park Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Marietta, GA
$1,000
Equipment grant awarded to Lassiter High School for winning the MADD High School Challenge.
 
Marietta, GA
$86.48
Substitute reimbursement for Mabry Middle to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Morrow, GA
$96
Substitute reimbursement for Morrow Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Jonesboro, GA
$1,000
Grant award winner at the NFL High School Football Coaches Forum at the Falcons Complex on 3/5/2016.
 
Dallas, GA
$80.74
Substitute reimbursement for Nebo Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Alpharetta, GA
$15,000
To start and operate for the 2016 season the first co-ed NFL Flag Football program in Atlanta’s Westside, hosted by the Salvation Army Bellwood Boys and Girls club in English Avenue.
 
Warner Robins, GA
$77.67
Substitute reimbursement for Pearl Stephens Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Atlanta, GA
$165
Substitute reimbursement for Perkerson Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Atlanta, GA
$25,000
For the Summer Youth Nutrition Program, providing 80,000 nutritious breakfast and lunch meals to 1,000 youth ages 6-13 during the 8-week summer program.
 
Hephzibah, GA
$91.50
Substitute reimbursement for Hephzibah Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Riverdale, GA
$1,000
Equipment grant awarded to Riverdale High School for winning the MADD High School Challenge.
 
Rome, GA
$68
Substitute reimbursement for Elm Street Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Rome, GA
$68
Substitute reimbursement for West End Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Warner Robins, GA
$75
Substitute reimbursement for Shirley Hills Elementary to attend the NFL PLAY 60 FitnessGram Booster Training on 9/14/2016.
 
Atlanta, GA
$1,500
To support 12 athletes to attend the State Games.
 
Atlanta, GA
$75,000 over three years
To expand the YMCA Backpack Program, serving 115 youth at the Blank Family YMCA and 60 youth at the Young Family YMCA.
 
Atlanta, GA
$20,000
To expand access to fresh produce for underserved children and families in Augusta through the Double Coupon program, the Fruits & Vegetable Rx Program and the summer meals program.

 

Atlanta United Foundation

Atlanta, GA
$65,000 over four years
To provide Kilometer Kids scholarships on behalf of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United.
 
Philadelphia, PA
$60,000 over two years
To provide 10 scholarships for the Maccabiah Games, five in 2017 and five in 2018.
 
Atlanta, GA
$125,000 over two years
For a school-based soccer and character development program for elementary students in Atlanta.
 
Atlanta, GA
$8,700
Match for the funds raised by BFOB Associates for the Atlanta Champions League Benefit Tournament to impact metro Atlanta's underserved youth through soccer development, character lessons, and employability training.
 
Atlanta, GA
$96,000
To install a 9,600 square-foot mini pitch with shock pad, soccer goals and perimeter netting at the Five Points MARTA Station.

 

Mountain Sky Guest Ranch Fund

Belgrade, MT
$15,000
For construction of Phase I of the Belgrade Skate Park.
 
Livingston, MT
$4,000
For the Summer Buddies program.
 
Bozeman, MT
$10,000
To execute a capital campaign to purchase a space that will allow expanding programming to be administered in one location.
 
Bozeman, MT
$45,000 over three years
For general operating support.
 
Bozeman, MT
$20,000
For developing a brand strategy for the Crosscut Mountain Sports Center.
 
Bozeman, MT
$10,000
For the STEAM Connections Field Trip Program pilot.
 
New York, NY
$12,000
For classroom teacher projects in Livingston School District and Bozeman Public Schools.
 
Billings, MT
$8,000
To establish The First Tee in Gallatin Valley, using golf to promote education and character development to area youth, ages 5-18.
 
Bozeman, MT
$5,000
For the KidsLink Farm to After-School partnership.
 
Bozeman, MT
$8,000
For the Guided Discovery Walks program.
 
Bozeman, MT
$5,000
For the Y-Achievers summer learning loss initiative.
 
Bozeman, MT
$12,000
For kidsLINK summer and after-school programming at Arrowhead School.
 
Bozeman, MT
$45,000 over three years
For kidsLINK programming in Park County.
 
Bozeman, MT
$14,000
For general operating support for the Gallatin Early Childhood Community Council.
 
Gardiner, MT
$10,000
For An Evening at the Arch: Yellowstone Celebrates the National Park Service Centennial event.
 
Bozeman, MT
$5,000
For the StoryMakers Conference and follow-up with participants.
 
Bozeman, MT
$2,000
For the Youth Leadership Academy.
 
Livingston, MT
$1,697
For the Livingston Farm to School coordinator to attend the 2016 National Farm to Cafeteria Conference.
 
Livingston, MT
$1,212
For the executive director to attend the Food Hub conference in Atlanta.
 
Livingston, MT
$11,842.79
For Livingston Farm to School operating support.
 
Manhattan, MT
$5,000
For the Manhattan school radio station.
 
Helena, MT
$2,000
To host the Strive Together collective impact early learning workshop.
 
Helena, MT
$50,000
For the Funders for Montana's Children collaborative to increase quality early childhood opportunities for Montana families.
 
Helena, MT
$45,000 over three years
For general operating support.
 
Bozeman, MT
$5,000
For education outreach to area schools and community groups.
 
Billings, MT
$700
Fall Fundraiser Sponsorship
 
Billings, MT
$1,400
Fall Fundraiser Sponsorship
 
Livingston, MT
$2,500
2016 Farm to School Summit sponsorship.
 
Bozeman, MT
$5,000
To purchase canoes for youth programs.
 
West Yellowstone, MT
$8,000
For the Yellowstone Nature Connection program.
 
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Livingston, MT
$60,000
To construct phase I of the McNair Gravity Park.
 
Livingston, MT
$5,000
To purchase playground equipment for Silver Gate Park.
 
Livingston, MT
$5,000
For the Youth Philanthropy Fund.
 
Livingston, MT
$5,000
For the Gardiner School summer program.
 
Livingston, MT
$5,000
To provide capacity building and professional development to area nonprofits.
 
Livingston, MT
$1,100
To sponsor the WeWillListen# suicide prevention and awareness dinner.
 
White Sulpher Springs, MT
$3,000
To sponsor the environmental and agriculture education activities at the Kids Tent during the Red Ants Pants Festival.
 
Livingston, MT
$5,000
For education outreach.
 
Livingston, MT
$11,350
For the Community 360° and STRIDE programs.
 
Three Forks Youth Recreation Task Force
Three Forks, MT
$2,800
For swim lessons for the summer camp participants and CPR training for staff.
 
Bozeman, MT
$6,000
To build the capacity of the Girls on the Run program for future expansion.
 
Livingston, MT
$5,000
For the Young Entrepreneurial Stewards program.
 
Livingston, MT
$1,800
2016 Harvest Celebration sponsorship.

 

PGA TOUR Superstores

St. Augustine, FL
$350,500 over five years
To increase the five-year commitment to The First Tee to $1,595,500, for First Tee National and for First Tee chapters in PGA TOUR Superstore markets..

 

The Molly Blank Fund

Atlanta, GA
$50,000 over two years
For general operating support of programming for the 2016-2017 and 2017-2018 seasons.
 
Atlanta, GA
$215,000 over three years
To provide scholarships to 100 at-risk students for AileyCamp in summer 2016, 2017 and 2018.
 
$30,000 over three years
For general operating support of year-round programs, teen and youth initiatives, and the signature, multi-week Spring Festival.
 
Atlanta, GA
$600,000 over two years
To underwrite and expand the Discovery Series.
 
New York, NY
$75,000
For the Youth Futures programs and general operating support.
 
Scottsdale, AZ
$250,000
For the Molly Blank Fund for programs addressing at-risk youth; arts and culture, with emphasis on arts education; and Jewish causes, with emphasis on social justice, inter-faith and inter-group coalitions.
 
Atlanta, GA
$150,000
For the Holocaust Survivor Support Fund.
 
Atlanta, GA
$20,000 over two years
For general operating support.
 
Phoenix, AZ
$75,000
For increased access for school and youth group tours to visit the museum and expansion of the early childhood music-and-movement classes called Mini Music Makers.
 
Denver, CO
$7,000,000 over seven years
For the Pediatric Charity Care Program, to provide care to uninsured and underinsured children with respiratory, immune and related diseases.
 
New York, NY
$75,000
$25,000 for general operating support, and $50,000 for two areas of our work: 1) advancing social and economic justice for women; and 2) building shared society.
 
Atlanta, GA
$80,000 over two years
For sponsorship of The Molly Blank Jewish Concert Series.

 

Discretionary