out of $247.9 Million
for all peace and security
Median Grant Size: $20,000
- NoVo Foundation
- $1.2 M
- The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
- $350.0 K
- The Global Fund for Women
- $331.8 K
- Fund For Global Human Rights, Inc.
- $245.0 K
- The Sigrid Rausing Trust
- $94.5 K
- Compton Foundation, Inc.
- $75.0 K
- Channel Foundation
- $55.0 K
- $50.0 K
- Fondo Centroamericano de Mujeres
- $32.8 K
- MADRE, Inc.
- $31.0 K
- Unitarian Universalist Service Committee, Inc.
- $20.0 K
- King Baudouin Foundation
- $18.0 K
- Virginia Gildersleeve International Fund
- $15.0 K
- Ecumenical Women's Initiative
- $10.5 K
- Peace Direct
- $10.2 K
- King Baudouin Foundation United States, Inc.
- $7.7 K
- PRBB Foundation
- $7.4 K
- Urgent Action Fund for Women's Human Rights
- $6.0 K
- Young Feminist Fund
- $5.0 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 Support26% $651,000 14 Grants = 29%
awarded a grant for $25,000 to International Civil Society Action Network
To support the Global Network of Women Peacebuilders' awareness-raising about, capacity-building around, and monitoring implementation of UN Security Council Resolutions 1325 and 1820 in South Sudan.
National Endowment for Democracy
awarded a grant for $45,000 to Women in Black
To foster public dialogue about war crimes and human rights violations committed against women during the breakup of Yugoslavia, as well as to promote alternative mechanisms for attaining justice for the victims. In cooperation with women's NGOs and victims' associations throughout the region, the Serbia-based Women in Black will organize four meetings to examine various forms of war-related violence against women, and provide victims with an opportunity to tell their individual stories of suffering. The testimonies will contribute to the growing body of facts about war crimes committed in the former Yugoslavia.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
awarded a grant for $200,000 to African Womens Development Fund
For a project to map and hold a donors' convening on sexual and gender-based-violence funding and programming trends in the Democratic Republic of Congo over two years.