out of $267.9 Million
for all peace and security
Median Grant Size: $45,000
- Open Society Foundations
- $12.1 M
- National Endowment for Democracy
- $7.6 M
- The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
- $1.3 M
- Humanity United
- $692.0 K
- Ford Foundation
- $690.0 K
- Comic Relief UK
- $552.3 K
- Carnegie Corporation of New York
- $321.6 K
- $301.8 K
- $259.4 K
- $217.2 K
- UN Women's Fund for Gender Equality
- $160.0 K
- Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc.
- $150.0 K
- U.S. Institute of Peace
- $117.4 K
- American Jewish World Service
- $102.5 K
- Mensen met een Missie
- $77.1 K
- The Charitable Foundation
- $63.0 K
- New Israel Fund
- $61.0 K
- Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
- $60.0 K
- Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund
- $60.0 K
- The Global Fund for Women
- $53.5 K
- Euro-Mediterranean Foundation of Support to Human Rights Defenders
- $48.7 K
- Fund For Global Human Rights, Inc.
- $45.0 K
- Urgent Action Fund - Africa
- $36.0 K
- Alan B. Slifka Foundation, Inc.
- $35.0 K
- Arie and Ida Crown Memorial
- $30.0 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’.
Funding for General Support41% $10,359,981 15 Grants = 9%
Urgent Action Fund - Africa
awarded a grant for $5,359 to West Africa Network for Peacebuilding
To urgently advocate for the representation and participation of women in the Independent Electoral Commission that was set for reform, a critical step toward ensuring peaceful and fair elections in 2015 and averting the risk of further political violence of which women bear the brunt.
National Endowment for Democracy
awarded a grant for $49,000 to Youth Initiative for Human Rights (YIHR)
To continue fostering the participation of youth in the process of Serbia's democratic transition. Through 20 workshops, trainings, and public events, YIHR will strengthen the leadership and civic skills of up to 500 young leaders and activists to advocate for democratic values, human rights, and transitional-justice through four national awareness-raising campaigns.
King Baudouin Foundation United States, Inc.
awarded a grant for $505,032 to Center for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies
To fund a project promoting democracy and human rights in Egypt by providing training in non-violent activism.