The David and Lucile Packard Foundation (CA)



The David and Lucile Packard Foundation has been operating for more than 45 years now, working with partners worldwide to improve lives of families, children, and communities, as well as restoring and protecting the planet.


They follow the core values of integrity, respect, leadership, commitment, and critical thinking.



The values of the foundation reflect the personal vale of Lucile and David Packard. Today, their children and grandchildren are now guiding the foundation.


Web Address

www.packard.org

Social Media Links

Twitter - @PackardFdn

Foundation RSS Feeds

News - www.feeds.feedburner.com/PackardFoundation/

Assets

$6,043,503,000 - 2010-12-31
$6,350,664,410 - 2006-12-31


Giving

$28,401,000 - 2010-12-31
$238,242,075 - 2006-12-31


Foundation Grants and Resources


  

Recent News from Packard Foundation


CONFLICT OF INTEREST: Study claiming abortion is safe was funded by those who profit from it ...
Foundation: Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation , Packard Foundation, Hewlett Foundation

Was established by Warren Buffett, according to Inside Philanthropy, and was “originally named the Buffett Foundation, in the 1960s. ... Has been planning to expand abortion through philanthropic...more

Can Organized Philanthropy Learn To Learn?
Foundation: Gates Foundation, Packard Foundation, Ford Foundation

Since posting Is There A Role For Philanthropy In Renewing Democracy a month ago, several colleagues have suggested that organized...more

New Sign for Packard Music Hall
Foundation: Packard Foundation

About $57,000 has been raised so far and the W.D. Packard Foundation is still accepting donations through the Community Foundation of...more

Arts Council's annual Farm to Table Dinner tickets on sale
Foundation: Monterey Peninsula Foundation, Packard Foundation

This article was contributed by the San Benito County Arts Council. ... wine, live music, a farm talk by Paicines Ranch owner Sallie Calhoun, and more. ... benefit the Arts Council's Arts in...more

The brains of pairs of animals synchronize during social interaction
Foundation: Packard Foundation

The study was supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health and the National Science Foundation, an ARCS Fellowship, a Marion...more

Follow the Talent: Agents of Impact Special Report for May. 10
Foundation: Packard Foundation

Greetings, Agents of Impact! Welcome to ImpactAlpha's weekly “follow the talent” roundup of impact investing career moves, job openings, events...more

Philanthropic investors multiply their impact assets with Beyond Meat's IPO
Foundation: Packard Foundation

ImpactAlpha, May 8 – Impact investments from donor-advised funds helped seed the growth of Beyond Meat, the plant-based meat company...more

'Impact alpha' fund managers seek co-investors to scale impact investing
Foundation: Packard Foundation

ImpactAlpha, May 7 – What lies beyond tradeoffs? “Smart growth,” says Marieke Spence, the new executive director of Impact Capital Managers,...more

Mapping investors across the continuum of impact investing (infographic)
Foundation: Packard Foundation

Beyond Trade-offs is an ImpactAlpha podcast series, produced in partnership with Omidyar Network, in which impact investors look across the...more

Colorado River's biggest champion: Walmart heirs
Foundation: Packard Foundation, Walton Family Foundation

The first philanthropic interest to dive in was the David and Lucile Packard .... It has worked to get more philanthropy dollars into the basin...more

Illustrative Grants from Packard Foundation



Abundantia Consulting - $73,600

Acterra Action for a Sustainable Earth - $50,000

Action Against Crime and Violence Education Fund Fight Crime: Invest in Kids - $400,000

Action Against Crime and Violence Education Fund Fight Crime: Invest in Kids - $50,000

Action Against Crime and Violence Education Fund Fight Crime: Invest in Kids - $35,000

Action Canada for Population and Development - $325,000

Action Health Incorporated - $577,718

Advancement Project - $250,000

African Population and Health Research Centre - $200,000

African Population and Health Research Centre - $155,000



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World Bank Awards $1.4 M Grants to 12 Social Enterprises in Northeastern States


World Bank Awards $1.4 M Grants to 12 Social Enterprises in Northeastern States

The World Bank’s Development Marketplace, a competitive grants program, has provided $1.4 million grants to 12 social enterprises in the northeastern states of Assam, Meghalaya and Mizoram for development activities and capacity building investments.




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Edited by: Michael Saunders

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