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An energetic partner in Northern California’s philanthropic community that brings public and private funders and other key stakeholders together to tackle big issues and achieve shared goals.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
sector support/research
$15,000
2021

membership dues, $15,000 per year for two years ($750 dues, $14,250 general support)

sector support/research
$15,000
2020

general support, $15,000 per year for two years (payment one of two , total grant amount $30,000)

sector support/research
$15,000
2019

membership dues ($750 dues, $14,250 general support)

sector support/research
$14,250
2018

general support

sector support/research
$14,250
2017

general support

sector support/research
$10,000
2016

general support

A nonpartisan think tank and research institute that informs policy makers, practitioners, foundations, and the California electorate with research on issues that affect the lives of Californians.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
sector support/research
$25,000
2020

general support

family support
$50,000
2018

general support

sector support/research
$75,000
2017

research on 1) the scale, scope and location of need of families with young children in poverty in California and 2) California’s low-income families and the high cost of living

sector support/research
$325,000
2016

research on 1) the scale, scope and location of need of families with young children in poverty in California and 2) California’s low-income families and the high cost of living. $325,000 over eighteen months, effective July 2016

Stanford University is home to the Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality, one of the country's three national poverty centers supported by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The center is committed to providing research, policy analysis, and training on issues of poverty and inequality.

Giving Areas Amount
Year
Purpose
sector support/research
$100,000
2018

to support the work of David Grusky and his team on reducing poverty in California. This is an unrestricted gift in the amount of $100,000.

sector support/research
$25,000
2016

general support

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