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Vermont Community Foundation awards more than $280,000 to Vermont nonprofits
Foundation: Vermont Community Foundation

The Vermont Community Foundation awarded a total of $10.6 million in grants in 2009, including $281,250 made at the end of the year to 60 organizations as part of the Foundation's Community Fund...more

Lake Forest High School Foundation Grants Top $1 Million

The Lake Forest High School Foundation awarded its lucky grant to tip the cumulative total over the $1,000,000 mark to Social Studies department chair, Dr. Jim Gantt, for two classroom sets of iPads...more

NET Television Features Nebraskan Philanthropy

NET Television will showcase Nebraskan philanthropy in the next episode of 'Nebraska Philanthropy: Investing In Our Future.' Kearney community members contribute to community development in one...more

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



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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