GRANTS

This page provides a list of Agua Fund grants since its first full year of funding in 2004.

In 2014, the Agua Fund made the following commitments totaling $2,202,500. The pages below briefly describe these commitments by category.

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ARTS, CULTURE, AND EDUCATION

ADOPT-A-NATIVE ELDER
(through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
PO Box 3401
Park City, UT 84060
www.anelder.org
$20,000: $15,000 for general support of work to support traditional elders and $5,000 to distribute more solar cookers on the Navajo reservation.

AMERICAN INDIAN COLLEGE FUND
(through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
8333 Greenwood Blvd
Denver, CO 80221
www.collegefund.org

$10,000 for tribal scholarships.

DC ARTS & HUMANITIES EDUCATION COLLABORATIVE
1001 G Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
www.dcahec.org
$15,000 to expand musical offerings to K-12 students of DC public and charter schools.

NATIONAL CENTER FOR CREATIVE AGING
4125 Albemarle St., NW
Washington, DC 20016-2105
www.creativeaging.org
$10,000 for the Art Cart program which documents the work of older visual artists.

UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA PRESS
116 S. Boundary Street
Chapel Hill, NC 27514-3808
www.uncpress.unc.edu
$6,300 to support publication of Wayfaring Strangers: Going Home through the Music of  Scotland and Appalachia

Total arts, culture, and education: $61,300

 

CIVIC ENGAGEMENT

LAWYERS’ COMMITTEE FOR CIVIL RIGHTS UNDER LAW
1401 New York Avenue, NW, Suite 400
Washington, D.C. 20005
www.lawyerscommittee.org
$30,000 for the work of the Election Protection Coalition to protect and enable full access to voting.

LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS EDUCATION FUND
1920 L Street, NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC  20036
www.lcvef.org
$30,000 for general support of work to turn environmental values into national priorities.

NATIONAL CONGRESS OF AMERICAN INDIANS
Embassy of Tribal Nations
1516 P Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
www.ncai.org
$15,000 for Native Vote.

PROJECT VOTE
805 15th Street, NW, Suite 250
Washington, DC 20005
www.projectvote.org
$15,000 for general support of work to protect voting rights.

VIRGINIA ORGANIZING
703 Concord Avenue
Charlottesville, VA 22903-5208
www.virginia-organizing.org
$60,000 for support of work to increase civic participation in Virginia.

VOTER PARTICIPATION CENTER
1707 L Street, NW, #300
Washington, DC 20036
www.voterparticipation.org
$30,000 for general support of work to increase the civic participation of unmarried women.

Total civic engagement: $180,000

 

LOCAL ENVIRONMENT

Anacostia Watershed

ANACOSTIA RIVERKEEPER
515 M Street SE, Suite 218
Washington, DC 20003
www.anacostiariverkeeper.or
$5,000 for general support of work to protect and restore the Anacostia River.

ANACOSTIA WATERSHED SOCIETY
The George Washington House
4302 Baltimore Avenue
Bladensburg, MD 20710
www.anacostiaws.or
$3,000 for general support of work to cleanup and restore the Anacostia River.

Cape Cod and Nantucket

MASSACHUSETTS AUDUBON SOCIETY (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
8 South Great Road
Lincoln, MA 01773
www.massaudubon.org
$1,000 for general support of work to protect the environment on Cape Cod and Nantucket.

NANTUCKET SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION D/B/A SUSTAINABLE NANTUCKET
PO Box 1244
Nantucket, MA 02554
www.sustainablenantucket.org
$2,000 for general support of work to sustain Nantucket’s economic vitality while preserving and restoring community character.

TUCKERNUCK LAND TRUST
P.O. Box 2943
Nantucket, MA 02554
www.tuckernucklandtrust.org
$7,000 for general support of work to protect the island’s open spaces and natural heritage.

Colorado/Utah

MESA LAND TRUST
1006 Main Street
Grand Junction, CO  81501
www.mesalandtrust.org
$20,000 for general support of work to preserve agricultural land, wildlife habitat, and open space in Mesa County.

Florida

CONSERVANCY OF SOUTHWEST FLORIDA (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1450 Merrihue Drive
Naples, FL  34102
www.conservancy.org
$10,000 for general support of to protect land, water and wildlife in southwest Florida.
$10,000 for work on fracking in Collier County.

EARTHJUSTICE (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
50 California Street, Suite 500
San Francisco, CA 94111
www.earthjustice.org
$10,000 for the work of the Florida office to protect water resources.

GULF RESTORATION NETWORK (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
PO Box 2245
New Orleans, LA 70176
https://healthygulf.org
$25,000 for the Clean Water Network of Florida (www.floridacleanwaternetwork.org)

Hawai’i

CONSERVATION COUNCIL FOR HAWAI’I (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
250 Ward Ave, #212
Honolulu, HI 968014
www.conservehi.org
$1,500 for general support of work to preserve biodiversity and restore Hawaii’s ecosystems.

Shenandoah Valley

COMMUNITY ALLIANCE FOR PRESERVATION
2879 Rawley Pike
Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801
www.PreserveRockingham.org
$10,000 for general support of work to retain the rural heritage of Rockingham County and to build and sustain livable communities there.

FRIENDS OF THE NORTH FORK OF THE SHENANDOAH RIVERP.O. Box 746
Woodstock, VA  22664
www.fnfsr.org
$10,000 for general support of work to enhance the beauty, purity, and natural flow of the North Fork.

NEW VENTURE FUND
1201 Connecticut Avenue, NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20036
www.newventurefund.org
$75,000 for the Agriculture Initiative of the Chesapeake Bay Funders’ Network to support partnership projects that reduce excess nutrients from agriculture in the Bay watershed.

PIEDMONT ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL
P.O. Box 460
Warrenton, VA 22186
www.pecva.org
$60,000 for work to promote safe and responsible energy policies, including public education about the potential impacts of hydraulic fracturing in the Marcellus Shale formation.
$30,000 to support the Clarke County Field Office and for general support.
$5,000 for work to complete the nomination for the Rockland Rural Historic District.
$90,000 to foster the Shenandoah Valley Network and support its media work (www.svnva.org).
$42,500 for work on VDOT reform.

RIVER NETWORK
520 SW 6th  Avenue; Suite 1130
Portland, OR  97204
www.rivernetwork.org
$7,500 to provide targeted assistance to watershed protection groups in the Shenandoah Valley.

SHENANDOAH FORUM
4689 Wissler Road
Mt. Jackson, VA  22842
www.shenandoahforum.org
$10,000 for general support of work to improve land use and transportation policies in Shenandoah County.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY BATTLEFIELDS FOUNDATION
PO Box 897
New Market, VA 22844
www.shenandoahatwar.org

$25,000 for technical assistance to conservation partners in the Shenandoah River watershed.
$7,000 for work on VDOT reform.

SOUTHERN ENVIRONMENTAL LAW CENTER
201 W. Main Street, Suite 14
Charlottesville, VA 22902-5060
www.SouthernEnvironment.org
$32,500 for its work in Virginia on land use, transportation, forest protection, and energy.
$20,500 for work on VDOT reform.

THE POTOMAC CONSERVANCY
8601 Georgia Avenue, #612
Silver Spring, MD 20910
www.potomacconservancy.org
$10,000 for work in the Shenandoah watershed to seek water quality improvements.

THE POTOMAC RIVERKEEPER, INC.
1717 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, Suite 600
Washington, DC  20036
www.potomacriverkeeper.org

$30,000 for the Shenandoah Riverkeeper program to protect and restore water quality in the Shenandoah Valley for people, fish, and aquatic life.

VALLEY CONSERVATION COUNCIL
17 Barristers Row
Staunton, VA 24401-4225
www.valleyconservation.org
$5,000 for general support of work to promote land use that sustains the farm, forests, open spaces, and cultural heritage of the Shenandoah Valley region.
$15,000 to continue the work of the Shenandoah RC&D Council on projects in the Shenandoah River watershed that support its rural economic base, with a special emphasis on organic and sustainable agriculture.

VIRGINIA CONSERVATION NETWORK
422 East Franklin Street, Suite 303
Richmond, VA 23219
www.vcnva.org

$5,000 for general support of work to strengthen the conservation community and to advocate for stronger natural resource protection in Virginia.
$20,000 for work on energy issues in Virginia.

VIRGINIA LEAGUE OF CONSERVATION VOTERS EDUCATION FUND
530 East Main, Suite 410
Richmond, VA 23219
www.valcvef.org

$25,000 for general support of work to help Virginia citizens and organizations more effectively participate in government and policy development.

VIRGINIA TECH
1880 Tech Drive, Suite 2006
Blacksburg, VA 24060
www.vt.edu
$40,000 for the work of Virginia Cooperative Extension to foster the Shenandoah Valley Buy Fresh Buy Local chapter.

WATER STEWARDSHIP, INC.
222 Severn Ave, Suite 11
Annapolis, MD 21403
www.waterstewardshipinc.org
$10,000 for water quality monitoring in the Muddy Creek watershed.

WILD VIRGINIA
PO Box 1065
Charlottesville, VA  22902
www.wildvirginia.org
$10,000 for general support of work to protect the natural resources of the George Washington National Forest.

subtotal local environment: $689,500

 

ENVIRONMENT NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL

AMERICAN BIRD CONSERVANCY (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
PO Box 249
The Plains, VA 20198
www.abcbirds.org
$5,000 for general support of work to protect wild birds and their habitats throughout the Americas.

CENTER FOR RURAL AFFAIRS
145 Main Street
P.O. Box 136
Lyons, NE  68038
www.cfra.org
$15,000 to support the National Coalition for Sustainable Agriculture (www.sustainableagriculture.net).

CIVIL WAR PRESERVATION TRUST (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1156 15th Street NW, Suite 900
Washington, DC 20005
www.civilwar.org
$5,000 in general support of work to protect Civil War battlefields.

ENVIRONMENTAL FILM FESTIVAL IN THE NATION’S CAPITAL (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1228 ½ 31st Street, NW
Washington, DC 20007
www.dcenvironmentalfilmfest.org
$3,000 for general support.

LAND TRUST ALLIANCE
1660 L St NW, Suite 1100
Washington, DC 20036
www.landtrustalliance.org
$25,000 for the work of the Conservation Defense Center to uphold the permanence of conservation easements.

NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
700 Broadway
New York, NY 10003
www.audubon.org
$2,500 for general support of work to conserve and restore natural ecosystems.

NATIONAL WILDLIFE FEDERATION
Chesapeake Mid-Atlantic Regional Center
706 Giddings Avenue, Suite 2C
Annapolis, MD 21401
www.nwf.org

$25,000 for the work of the Choose Clean Water Coalition to restore the streams and rivers in the Chesapeake Bay watershed (www.choosecleanwater.org).
$15,000 for the Choose Clean Water Coalition to support work on shale mining in the Bay watershed.

NATIVE AMERICAN RIGHTS FUND
1506 Broadway
Boulder, CO 80302-6296
www.narf.org

$10,000 for general support.

NATURAL RESOURCES DEFENSE COUNCIL
40 W. 20th Street
New York, NY 10011
www.nrdc.org
$25,000 for the Community Fracking Defense Project that provides legal and policy assistance to communities seeking protection from industrial gas drilling.

NEW VENTURE FUND
734 15th Street, NW Suite 600
Washington, DC 20005
www.newventurefund.org

$2,500 to support the 2014 annual forum of the Sustainable Agriculture and Food System Funders (SAFSF).

NEW WORLD FOUNDATION
666 West End Avenue, Apt. 1B
New York, NY 10025
www.newwf.org
$25,000 to support the Pooled Fracking Fund.

RESPONSIBLE ENDOWMENTS COALITION
33 Flatbush Avenue, 5th floor
Brooklyn, NY 11217
www.endowmentethics.org

$25,000 for work on energy.

SEAWEB
8401 Colesville Road, Suite 500
Silver Spring, MD  20910
www.seaweb.org
$2,000 for general support to change behaviors and increase understanding of the need to protect and restore ocean health.

SIERRA CLUB FOUNDATION
85 Second Street, Suite 750
San Francisco, CA 94105-3441
www.sierraclubfoundation.org
$25,000 for the Keep Dirty Fuels in the Ground campaign.

THE WILDERNESS SOCIETY
1615 M Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
www.wilderness.org
$10,000 for the work of the National Forest Action Center to protect and conserve America’s national forests for future generations.

VIRGINIA ORGANIZING
703 Concord Avenue
Charlottesville, VA 22903-5208
www.virginia-organizing.org
$25,000 for the Health and Environmental Funders Network (HEFN) to support funders focused on environment, health and other community concerns related to natural gas extraction (www.hefn.org).

subtotal national and international environment: $245,000

Total environment: $2,054,500

 

LOCAL SOCIAL SERVICES

Hawai’i

COUNCIL FOR NATIVE HAWAIIAN ADVANCEMENT (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1050 Queen Street, Suite 200
Honolulu, HI 96814
www.hawaiiancouncil.org
$10,000 for the Hawaiian Way Fund (www.hawaiianwayfund.org) which supports social, economic, and cultural initiatives to help native Hawaiian communities.

MAUI ADULT DAY CARE CENTERS (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
11 Mahaolu Street, Suite B
Kahului, HI 96732
www.madcc.org
$10,750 for Hale Hulu Mamo and its work to help the vulnerable elderly.

OHANA MAKAMAE, INC. (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
P.O. Box 914Hana, HI 96713
www.ohanamakamae.org
$10,750 for general support of work to help low income families. Shenandoah Valley

Shenandoah

BLUE RIDGE AREA FOOD BANK, INC.
PO Box 93796
Laurel Hill Road
Verona, VA  24482
www.brafb.org
$20,000 for general support of work to address hunger in the Blue Ridge region.
$20,000 for a one-time capital grants towards a dedicated produce cooler.

CHRIST CHURCH MILLWOOD
POB 153
843 Bishop Meade Road
Millwood, VA 22646
$3,500 to support the food pantry.

THE LAUREL CENTER
PO Box 14
Winchester, Virginia  22604
www.thelaurelcenter.org
$10,000 for general support of the Center’s domestic and sexual violence program.

UNITED WAY FRONT ROYAL/WARREN COUNTY
PO Box 509
Front Royal, VA 22630
$10,000 to re-establish services to address domestic violence through the Phoenix Project.
www.frontroyalunitedway.org

Southwest Florida

ABUSE, COUNSELING & TREATMENT (ACT) (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
POB 60401
Fort Myers, FL 33906
www.actabuse.org
$3,000 for general support of work to address domestic violence.

CARE CLUB OF COLLIER COUNTY (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1800 Santa Barbara Blvd
Naples, FL 34116
www.colliercareclub.org

$17,500 for general support of work to help the vulnerable elderly.

COLLIER COUNTY HUNGER AND HOMELESS COALITION, INC. (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
2001 Airport Pulling Road S
Naples, FL 33112
www.collierhomelesscoalition.org

$3,000 for general support of work to plan, coordinate, and deliver high quality services to the hungry and homeless of Collier County.

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF COLLIER COUNTY
2400 Tamiami Trail North, Suite 300
Naples, FL 34103
www.cfcollier.org

$25,000 for direct services to low income seniors in Immokalee.

DR. PIPER CENTER FOR SOCIAL SERVICES, INC. (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
1771 Evans Avenue
Ft. Myers, FL 33901
www.drpipercenter.org

$17,500 for general support of work to enrich the daily lives of elders and enhance educational opportunities for disadvantaged youths.

IMMOKALEE CHILD CARE CENTER (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
3775 Airport Pulling Road N-Unit B
Naples, FL 34105
www.immokaleechildcarecenter.org

$5,000 for general support of work to provide high quality child care for low income residents of Immokalee.

SHELTER FOR ABUSED WOMEN AND CHILDREN (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
PO Box 10102
Naples, FL 34101
www.naplesshelter.org

$3,000 for general support of work to help victims and survivors of domestic violence.

ST. MATTHEW’S HOUSE (through the Community Foundation of Collier County)
2001 Airport Road South
Naples, FL 34112
www.stmatthewshouse.org

$16,000 for general support of work to help the homeless in the Naples and Immokalee area.

Washington, DC

CARPENTER’S SHELTER
930 N. Henry Street
Alexandria, VA 22314
www.carpentersshelter.org
$6,000 for general support of work to provide shelter and comprehensive services to homeless and formerly homeless people in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.

DC HABITAT FOR HUMANITY
PO Box 4356
5843 Upshur Street, NW
Washington, DC 20011
www.dchabitat.org

$6,000 for general support of work to build affordable, energy efficient homes for low-income families.

HOUSE OF RUTH
5 Thomas Circle, NW
Washington, DC 20005
www.houseofruth.org
$6,000 for general support of work to move women and their children from lives of homelessness, abuse and extreme poverty to independence and stability.

MARY HOUSE, INC.
4303 13th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20017
www.maryhouse.org
$6,000 for general support of work to provide transitional housing services, shelter and support programs to homeless and struggling families.

MUSICARES FOUNDATION, INC.
3402 Pico Boulevard
Santa Monica, CA  90405
www.musicares.com
$6,000 to provide emergency help to musicians in need in Washington, DC.

NATIONAL COALITION FOR THE HOMELESS
2201 P St. NW
Washington, DC 20037-1033
www.nationalhomeless.org
$6,000 for work to end homelessness.

N STREET VIILLAGE
1333 N Street, NW
Washington, DC  20005
www.nstreetvillage.org
$6,000 for the work of Miriam’s House to provide high-quality housing and support services for homeless women living with HIV/AIDS in Washington, DC.

Washington, DC Vulnerable Elderly

APPLESEED CENTER FOR LAW AND JUSTICE, INC.
1111 14th Street, NW, Suite 510
Washington, DC  20005
www.dcappleseed.org

$25,000 for work to strengthen the long-term care workforce.

BREAD FOR THE CITY
1525 Seventh Street, NW
Washington, DC  20001
www.breadforthecity.org

$20,000 for general support of its efforts to help the vulnerable elderly.

DC CENTRAL KITCHEN
425 Second Street, NW
Washington, DC  20001
www.dccentralkitchen.org

$20,000 for general support of its efforts to help feed the vulnerable elderly.

DC HUNGER SOLUTIONS
1200 18th Street, NW, Suite 400
Washington, DC  20036
www.dchunger.org
$20,000 for work with the low income elderly.

EMMAUS SERVICES FOR THE AGING
1426 9th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
www.EmmausServices.org

$30,000 for general support of work to help elderly men and women live independently.

GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
2121 I Street, NW, Suite 601
Washington, DC 20052
www.law.gwu.edu/Academics/EL/clinics/insurance/Pages/About.aspx

$20,000 for the Health Insurance Counseling Project for work with the low income elderly.

HOME FIRST
2501 18th Street, NE
Washington, DC 20018
www.seaburyresources.org
$20,000 for its Age-In-Place Program through which volunteers provide District seniors with help to maintain their homes in safety and comfort.

IONA SENIOR SERVICES
4125 Albemarle Street, NW
Washington, DC 20016
www.iona.org
$25,000 for the work of the DC Coalition on Long Term Care to develop and help implement initiatives to help the chronically ill to remain in their homes and communities.
$32,500 for the efforts of the Senior Advisory Coalition to improve the quality of life for DC’s seniors.

LEGAL COUNSEL FOR THE ELDERLY
601 E Street, NW
Washington, DC 20049
www.aarp.org/states/dc/dc-lce
$25,000 for the Alternatives to Landlord/Tenant Court for the Elderly Project.
$15,000 for the Real Property Tax Foreclosure project.
$40,000 for radio outreach to the low income elderly in DC.

PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE VILLAGE EAST
PO Box 6846
Washington, DC  20020
www.pavillageeast.org

$15,000 general support of work to help the low income elderly east of the Anacostia River maintain a healthy, independent life in their own homes as long as they can.

REBUILDING TOGETHER OF WASHINGTON, DC
P.O. Box 40026
Washington, DC 20016-0026
www.rebuildingtogetherdc.org

$20,000 for its work to provide free home repairs to low-income, elderly homeowners in DC.

SO OTHERS MIGHT EAT (SOME)
71 O Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
www.some.org
$25,000 for support of its Elderly Services program.

THRIVE DC
309 E Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001
www.thrivedc.org

$20,000 for support of work to provide the elderly homeless of downtown Washington, DC with nutritious meals and services.

WASHINGTON HOSPITAL CENTER FOUNDATION
100 Irving Street, NW EB-1001
Washington, DC  20010
www.WHCenter.org

$30,000 for general support for Medical House Call program which serves homebound elders who suffer from multiple chronic illnesses and disability as well as their caregivers.

subtotal local social services: $629,500

 

SOCIAL SERVICES NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL

All the grants in this category were committed through the Community Foundation of Collier County.  These grants support: certain local social services, disaster relief, solar cooking, services for veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, and women’s rights in the Middle East.

Disaster Relief

DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS USA, INC.
333 Seventh Avenue, 2nd floor
New York, NY 10001-5004
www.doctorswithoutborders.org
$50,000 for general support.

FARM-AID
501 Cambridge Street, 3rd floor
Cambridge, MA 02141
www.farmaid.org
$10,000 for direct assistance to farmers through the Family Farm Disaster Fund.

FRIENDS OF TELECOMS WITHOUT BORDERS
c/o Wiltshire & Grannis, LLP
1200 18th Street, NW, 12th floor
Washington, DC 20036-2506
www.friendsoftsf.org
$15,000 for work in Turkey, Syria, and Iraq.

GRANT FOUNDATION
PO Box 81046
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
www.hashaiti.org

$25,000 to Hôpital Albert Schweitzer in Haiti for general support of its work to collaborate with the people of the Artibonite Valley as they strive to improve their health and quality of life.

LAMBI FUND OF HAITI
PO Box 18955
Washington, DC 20036
www.lambifund.org
$7,500 for general support.

Solar Cooking/Sustainable Design

GRANT FOUNDATION
PO Box 81046
Pittsburgh, PA 15216
www.hashaiti.org
$15,000 to Hopital Albert Schweitzer for programs to protect water quality in the surrounding community.

JEWISH WORLD WATCH
17514 Ventura Blvd. Suite 206
Encino, CA 91316
www.jewishworldwatch.org

$30,000 for the Solar Cooker project which protects women in Darfur refugee camps from crime and reduces their dependency on wood for fuel.

SOLAR COOKERS INTERNATIONAL
1919 21st Street, Suite 203
Sacramento, CA 95811
www.solarcookers.org
$30,000 to support the SCInet wiki which is the world’s most extensive, archived collection of information on the technology of solar thermal cooking.
$7,500 for a solar cooking convention.
$52,500 for a Monitoring and Evaluaion Specialist.

SOLAR ELECTRIC LIGHT FUND
1612 K Street, NW, Suite 300
Washington, DC 20006
www.self.org
$25,000 for phase 2 of the SolSource Pilot Project in Haiti.

Veterans

IRAQ/AFGHANISTAN VETERANS ASSOCIATION
770 Broadway, 2nd floor
New York, NY 10003
www.iava.org

$10,000 for general support of work to ensure the enactment of policies that properly provide for veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan and their families.

NATIONAL VETERANS LEGAL SERVICES PROGRAM
POB 65762
Washington, DC 20035
www.nvlsp.org

$10,000  for general support to help veterans receive the benefits to which they are entitled.

REBUILDING TOGETHER
1536 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036
www.rebuildingtogether.org
$10,000 for the Veterans Housing program which provides free home modifications and repairs for injured veterans.

THE SOLDIERS’ PROJECT
4605 Lankershim Blvd., Suite 221
North Hollywood, CA 91602
www.thesoldiersproject.org
$5,000 for free psychological counseling for military service members and their families.

Women’s Rights in the Middle East

FEMINIST MAJORITY FOUNDATION
433 South Beverly Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90212
www.feminist.org

$15,000 for the Campaign for Afghan Women and Girls.

GLOBAL FUND FOR WOMEN, INC.
1375 Sutter St., Ste 400
San Francisco, CA 94109
www.globalfundforwomen.org

$15,000 for grantmaking in North Africa and the Middle East.

WOMEN FOR WOMEN INTERNATIONAL
1850 M Street, NW, Suite 1090
Washington, DC 20036
www.womenforwomen.org

$15,000 for work to help women in Afghanistan and Iraq.

subtotal national and international social services: $302,750

Total social services: $820,000

NATIVE AMERICANS AND HEALTH

FIRST NATIONS DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
2432 Main Street, 2nd floor
Longmont, CO 80501
www.firstnations.org

$50,000 for the Native American Food Sovereignty Initiative.