$19.9 Million
out of $215.7 Million
for all peace and security

Median Grant Size: $60,000

Top Funders

The Oak Foundation
$4.6 M
Humanity United
$1.6 M
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
$1.5 M
The Charitable Foundation
$1.5 M
Colombe Foundation
$855.0 K
King Baudouin Foundation United States, Inc.
$659.3 K
Compton Foundation, Inc.
$525.0 K
The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
$405.3 K
Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc.
$375.6 K
National Endowment for Democracy
$221.0 K
Global Dialogue
$152.9 K
NoVo Foundation
$120.0 K
El-Hibri Foundation
$120.0 K
The Seattle Foundation
$75.0 K
GHR Foundation
$67.7 K
Stewart R. Mott Foundation
$59.5 K
The Bodman Foundation
$50.0 K
The Bromley Trust
$22.9 K
American Jewish World Service
$20.0 K
Catalyst for Peace
$16.3 K
Bridgeway Foundation
$15.0 K
F. M. Kirby Foundation, Inc.
$15.0 K
Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
$10.0 K
Swig Foundation
$2.5 K

Starting in 2014, the Open Society Foundations’ grants data is reported by and attributed to the individual legal entities that constitute the Foundations. Prior to 2014, grantmaking from these funders are collectively attributed to ‘Open Society Foundations’.

Issue Focus

Conflict and Atrocities Prevention
$7.0 M
General - Supporting Stable, Resilient Societies
$5.8 M
Accountability and Transparency
$2.9 M
Transitional Justice
$2.5 M
General - Preventing & Mitigating Conflict
$1.2 M
Conflict Resolution
$1.1 M
$970.4 K
$742.0 K
National Security, Foreign Policy, and Diplomacy
$682.5 K
$530.0 K
International and Regional Institutions
$462.5 K
General - Resolving Conflict and Building Peace
$244.2 K
$130.1 K
Climate Security and Natural Resource Management
$90.0 K
Nuclear Issues
$80.0 K
Gender Equality
$67.7 K
Gender-based Violence
$60.0 K
Countering Violent Extremism and Counter-Terrorism
$50.0 K
$22.9 K
International Development
$10.6 K

Strategy Focus

Funding for General Support

25% $4,897,722 21 Grants = 20%

Sample Grants

  • The Sigrid Rausing Trust
    awarded a grant for $46,929 to Campaign Against Arms Trade

    For core support.

  • Carnegie Corporation of New York
    awarded a grant for $50,000 to United Nations

    Toward implementation of 2004 UNSC Res. 1540, which affirms that the proliferation of nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons and their means of delivery constitutes a threat to international peace and security.

  • Humanity United
    awarded a grant for $195,429 to Global Public Policy Institute

    For a project engaging policymakers in Brazil, China and South Africa in a constructive debate around the Responsibility to Protect.