The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation was established last September 2000. Their primary focus is to advance environmental conservation, scientific research, and patient care throughout the world and in San Francisco Bay Area.
The vision of the foundation is creating positive outcomes for future generations. They uphold a set of core values that directs their work; impact, integrity, disciplined approach, and collaboration.
The foundation carries out its work through awarding initiatives and program grants to individuals, organizations, and partners to make positive changes in the world.
Inside Philanthropy has released a blog, "Grants to Tackle a Difficult - But Unavoidable - Issue: End-of-Life Care." "There's only a limited number of funders who engage the topic of...more
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The New England groundish fishery is one of the priority targets of a new grants program by the National Fish &amp; Wildlife Foundation to promote innovation in sustainable fisheries through...more
Stubborn but flexible philanthropy made this possible. California offers other examples of the outsized payoff for philanthropic patience and collaboration in conservation. The state passed landmark...more
The foundation, which was created by the late Loudoun resident Dr. Claude Moore, has pledged or made more than $65 million in grants to various charities since its founding in 1987. Loudoun-based...more
The Claude Moore Charitable Foundation has concluded its grant cycle for 2018, awarding $1.3 million to Loudoun non-profits. The foundation was created by Dr. Claude Moore in 1987 and has made grants...more
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San Francisco Foundation. $4 million to the Puerto Rico Community Foundation for the island's continuing relief efforts following Hurricane Maria. Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation. $3 million to the...more