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Australian Demand for Impact Investments More than $18 Billion

If Australian governments and organizations are able to back enough deals, around $18 billion will be poured into local investments for "social impact" over the course of the next five years. These...more

Endowment Fund Contribution Assists in K-9 Unit Costs
Foundation: Community Foundation for South Central New York

The Binghamton Police K-9 endowment fund recently got a boost through a donor contribution that enabled the purchase of a new K-9, Rambo, and helped in subsidizing training, supplies and...more

Wind Farm Fund now accepting applicants for grants

Up to £5,000 grant is offered by Grange Wind Farm Community Fund to non-profit groups for community-benefit projects. The Trust income will run for 25 years, set to contribute to the development of...more

Guidestar's New President and CEO
Foundation: Hewlett Foundation

The leading source of nonprofit information, GuideStar, chose Jacob Harold as their new president and CEO. Harold is a highly respected grantmaker, social change strategist, and author, and has...more



Largest Foundation Giving for 2012

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Rank
Foundation
Grants
Total Given
1
1,378
2,579,354,996
2
1,407
471,403,757
5
741
354,782,649

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Source: Foundation Stats (Foundation Center) / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0


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The Hermit House for Sustainable Dwelling


The Hermit House for Sustainable Dwelling

The Cloud Collective, an international network of design professionals dedicated to delivering sustainable and green spaces, have conjured a sustainable way to retreat into nature: Hermit Houses.


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