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2079 
Eugene Chaney Foundation, Ltd. 

12480MattawomanDr. 

Waldorf, MD 20601 

Contact: Francis H. Chaney II, Pres. 

Application address: P.O. Box 548, Waldorf, MD 

20604; Tel.: (301) 843-6101; FAX: (301 ) 870-8086 

Established in 1987 in MD. 

Donor(s): B.P.O.E., Chaney Enterprises, LP, 

Southstar, LP. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$258,394 (M); gifts received, $48,355; 

expenditures, $137,402; qualifying distributions, 

$1 35,053; giving activities include $1 35,053 for 25 

grants (high: $28,1 32; low: $1 ,000). 

C Fields of interest: Education; environment; health 
associations; children & youth, services; religion; 
general charitable giving. 
Types of support: General/operating support; 
research; employee matching gifts. 
Limitations: Giving limited to southern MD. No 
grants to individuals. 

Publications: Annual report. _ 

Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 
Deadtme(s): 3rd Monday of Feb. and Sept. 
Board meeting date(s): 3rd Monday of Feb. and 
I Sept 

Officers and Directors:* Francis H. Chaney II,* 

Pres.; William F. Childs IV,* V.P.; Samuel D. 

Catterton,* Secy.-Treas.; Bob Agee. 

Number of staff: None. 

ON: 521 525001 - 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$28,1 32 to American Cancer Society, Annapolis, 

MD. 
$20,000 to Charles County Community College, La 

Plata, MD. 
$1 2,884 to Boys and Girls Club, Bywater, 

Annapolis, MD. 
$1 1 ,500 to Christ Church, West River, MD. For 

organ fund. 
$10,000 to Anne Arundel Medical Center 

Foundation, Annapolis, MD. 
$5,000 to Calverton School, Huntingtown, MD. 
$5,000 to Key School, Annapolis, MD. 
$4,820 to Multiple Sclerosis Society, National, 

Towson, MD. 
$3,200 to United Way of Charles County, Waldorf, 

MD. 
$2,21 5 to jaycees of Annapolis, Annapolis, MD. 



Year-end date of accounting 
period 



Assets at market value (M) or 
ledger value (L) 



Total expenditures figure 



Amount and number of grants 
paid 



Separate information on 
amount and number of 
employee matching gifts, 
grants to individuals, or 
loans 



Printed material available 
from the foundation 



Officers and trustees or other 
governing bodies 



1 1RS Identification Number 



For a complete listing of data elements, see "How to Use The Foundation Directory Part 2" in the Introduction. 



ft indicates foundations that did not 
appear in the previous edition. 



Symbols 



(L) Ledger value of assets. 
(M) Market value of assets. 



Indicates individual is deceased. 
Officer is also a trustee or director. 



THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY 

PART 2 



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THE 

FOUNDATION 

DIRECTORY 

PART 2 



1999 EDITION 



Jeffrey A. Falkenstein, Editor 
Melissa Lunn, Assistant Editor 




The Foundation Center 
New York 1999 



CONTRIBUTING STAFF 



Senior Vice President for 
Information Resources and Publishing 

Manager of Reference Book Publishing 
Senior Database Editor 
Manager of Grants Processing 
Coordinator of Information Control 
Senior Editorial Associate 
Editorial Associates 



Editorial Assistants 



Database Operations Manager 
Database Operations Assistant 
Production Associate 



Rick Schoff 
Jeffrey A. Falkenstein 
Margaret Mary Feczko 
Rebecca Maclean 
Yinebon Iniya 
Michael Sieburt Wiener 

Elia Glenn 
Ezra Kover 
David Levine 
Matthew Ross 
Cynthia Torres 

Joseph Guastella 
Chris Hurt 
Diandra Lee 
Simon Yuan 

Kathye Giesler 
Emmy So 
Jason Knowles 



The Editor gratefully acknowledges the many other Foundation Center 
staff who contributed support, encouragement, and information that was 
indispensable to the preparation of this volume. Special mention should 
also be made of the staff members of the New York, Washington, D.C., 
Cleveland, San Francisco, and Atlanta libraries who assisted in tracking 
changes in foundation information. We would like to express our appre- 
ciation as well to the many foundations that cooperated fully in updating 
information prior to the compilation of the Foundation Directory Part 2. 



Copyright 1999 by the Foundation Center 

ISBN 0-87954-871-1 

ISSN 1058-6210 

Printed and bound in the United States of America 



CONTENTS 



Introduction vii 

The 1999 Edition vii 

Selected Grants vii 

Foundations New to the Edition vii 

What Is a Foundation? vii 

Types of Foundations viii 

FIGURE 

Figure A. General Characteristics of Four Types of Foundations viii 

Sources of Information ix 

TABLES 

Table 1 . Aggregate Fiscal Data by Foundation Type ix 

Table 2. Aggregate Fiscal Data for Foundations New to The Foundation 

Directory Part 2 by Foundation Type ix 

Table 3. Fiscal Data of Foundations by Region and State x 

Table 4. 1 00 Largest Foundations by Assets xi 

Table 5. 1 00 Largest Foundations by Total Giving xii 

How to Use The Foundation Directory Part 2 xiii 

Glossary xvii 

Resources of the Foundation Center xxi 

Foundation Center Cooperating Collections xxxiii 

Descriptive Directory 1 

Indexes 

Index to Donors, Officers, Trustees 961 

Geographic Index 1 027 

International Giving Index 1 041 

Types of Support Index 1 045 

Subject Index 1057 

Foundations New to the Edition 1 1 03 

Foundation Name Index 1115 



INTRODUCTION 



The Foundation Directory Part 2 provides complete 
descriptive information on the second tier of private and 
community foundations in the United States: those 
holding assets from $1 million and less than $2 million or 
with annual grant programs from $50,000 and less than 
$200,000. It is designed as a companion volume to The 
Foundation Directory, which reports on foundations with 
assets of $2 million or more or annual giving of at least 
$200,000. Together The Foundation Directory and The 
Foundation Directory Part 2 constitute the standard 
reference work for information on the country's largest 
1 6,1 91 active grantmaking foundations. (For brief data on 
foundations with assets below $1 million and giving less 
than $50,000 annually, users should consult the 
Foundation Center's Guide to U.S. Foundations, Their 
Trustees, Officers, and Donors.) The Foundation Directory 
Part 2 can also stand alone as a guide to smaller but 
significant grantmakers whose charitable giving often 
supports local organizations. 

THE 1999 EDITION 

The 1999 Edition is the eighth complete revision of The 
Foundation Directory Part 2. This edition contains entries 
for 5,745 mid-sized foundations meeting the financial 
criteria of assets from $1 million and less than $2 million 
or annual giving from $50,000 and less than $200,000. 
Together they held combined assets of nearly $5.7 billion 
and awarded more than $449 million in disbursements 
(Table 1 ). The majority of the entries (over 93 percent) 
contain geographic limitation statements showing 
preferences for giving within specific cities or states. 

SELECTED GRANTS 

To illustrate a foundation's giving pattern, selected grants 
to recipient organizations have been provided whenever 
possible. Up to ten selected grants have been included for 
foundations with annual giving of at least $50,000. Grants 
to individuals are not listed. Of the 5,745 entries in this 
volume, 2,051 (35.7 percent) include lists of selected 
grants. In all, 1 8,1 88 grants are included, totaling more 
than $148 million in support to organizations. These 
grants may serve to illustrate fields of interest and 
geographic preferences. In general, however, the selected 
grants represent large awards and may not reveal the full 



spectrum of programs and giving interests of a foundation. 
The complete descriptive entry should always be carefully 
examined to determine a foundation's current funding 
emphasis, and, where available, the "average" grant 
amount noted in the fiscal information section should be 
consulted to ascertain the typical range of grants awarded. 

FOUNDATIONS NEW TO THE EDITION 

The 1999 Edition of The Foundation Directory Part 2 
includes entries for 2,1 71 foundations that were not listed 
in the 1 998 Edition. Of these, 1 ,981 (91 .2 percent) are 
independent foundations, 94 (4.3 percent) are 
company-sponsored foundations, 9 (less than 1 percent) 
are community foundations, and 87 (4 percent) are 
grantmaking operating foundations. The 2,1 71 newly 
qualifying foundations held combined assets of nearly $2 
billion and contributed more than $152 million in the 
most recent year of record (Table 2). Foundations new to 
The Foundation Directory Pan 2 can be identified by a 
star (ft) in their descriptive entries. Users with a particular 
interest in these newly qualifying foundations will find 
them listed separately in the Index of Foundations New to 
the Edition. 

WHAT IS A FOUNDATION? 

The Center defines a foundation as a nongovernmental, 
nonprofit organization with its own funds (usually from a 
single source, either an individual, family, or corporation) 
and program managed by its own trustees and directors 
that was established to maintain or aid educational, 
social, charitable, religious, or other activities serving the 
common welfare, primarily by making grants to other 
nonprofit organizations. 

The Foundation Directory Part 2 includes only those 
organizations meeting the Foundation Center's definition of 
a private or community foundation and which held assets 
from $1 million and less than $2 million or gave from 
$50,000 and less than $200,000 in the latest year of record. 

The Foundation Directory Part 2 does not include 
organizations whose giving is restricted by charter to one 
or more specified organizations; foundations that function 
as endowments for special purposes within and under the 
governance of a parent institution, such as a college or 
church; operating foundations that do not maintain active 



THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY PART 2, 1999 EDITION 



INTRODUCTION 



grantmaking programs; organizations that act as 
associations for industrial or other special groups; or 
organizations that make general appeals to the public for 
funds. 



TYPES OF FOUNDATIONS 

Foundations included in this volume fall into one of four 
categories: 

Independent Foundation: A fund or endowment 
designated by the Internal Revenue Service as a private 
foundation under the law, the primary function of which 
is the making of grants. The assets of most independent 
foundations are derived from the gift of an individual or 
family. Some function under the direction of family 
members and are known as "family foundations." 
Depending on their range of giving, independent 
foundations may also be known as "general purpose" or 
"special purpose" foundations. 



Company-Sponsored Foundation: A private foundation 
under the tax code deriving its funds from a profit-making 
company or corporation but independently constituted, 
the purpose of which is to make grants, usually on a 
broad basis although not without regard for the business 
interests of the corporation. Company-sponsored 
foundations are legally distinct from contributions 
programs administered within the corporation directly 
from corporate funds. Direct corporate giving programs 
are not listed in The Foundation Directory or The 
Foundation Directory Part 2. The Foundation Center's 
National Directory of Corporate Giving, Fifth Edition, 
published in 1 997, includes complete corporate giving 
profiles on more than 2,500 companies. 

Operating Foundation: A fund or endowment 
designated under the tax code by the Internal Revenue 
Service as a private operating foundation, the primary 
purpose of which is to operate research, social welfare, or 
other programs determined by its governing body or 
charter. Most operating foundations award few or no 



FIGURE A. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS OF FOUR TYPES OF FOUNDATIONS 



Foundation Type 


Description 


Source of Funds 


Decision-Making 
Activity 


Grantmaking 
Requirements 


Reporting 


Independent Foundation 


An independent grant- 


Endowment generally 


Decisions may be 


Broad discretionary 


Annual information 




making organization 


derived from a single 


made by do nor or 


giving allowed but 


returns (990-PF) filed 




established to aid 


source such as an indi- 


members of the 


may have specific 


with IRS must be 




social, educational, 


vidual, a family, or a 


donor's family; by an 


guidelines and give 


made available to 




religious, or other 


group of individuals. 


independent board of 


only in a few specific 


public. A small 




charitable activities. 


Contributions to endow- 


directors or trustees; or 


fields. About 70% 


percentage issue 






ment limited as to tax 


by a bank or trust 


limit their giving to 


separately printed 






deducibility. 


officer acting on the 


local area. 


annual reports. 








donor's behalf.. 






Company-Sponsored 


Legally an independent 


Endowment and annual 


Decisions made by 


Giving tends to be in 


Same as above. 


Foundation 


grantmaking 


contributions from a 


board of directors 


fields related to cor- 






organization with close 


profit-making corpora- 


often composed of 


porate activities or in 






ties to the corporation 


tion. May maintain 


corporate officials, but 


communities where 






providing funds. 


small endowment and 


which may include 


corporation operates. 








pay out most of 


individuals with no 


Usually give more 








contributions received 


corporate affiliation. 


grants but in smaller 








annually in grants, or 


Decisions may also be 


dollar amounts than 








may maintain 


made by local 


independent 








endowment to cover 


company officials. 


foundations. 








contributions in years 












when corporate profits 












are down. 








Operating 
Foundation 


An organization that 
uses its resources to 
conduct research or 


Endowment usually 
provided from a single 
source, but eligible for 


Decisions generally 
made by independent 
board of directors. 


Makes few, if any 
grants. Grants 
generally related 


Same as above. 




provide a direct service. 


maximum deductible 




directly to the 








contributions from 
public. 




foundation's program. 




Community Foundation 


A publicly sponsored 
organization that 
makes grants for social, 
educational, religious, 
or other charitable 


Contributions received 
from many donors. 
Usually eligible for 
maximum tax 
deductible contributions 


Decisions made by 
board of directors 
representing the 
diversity of the 
community. 


Grants generally 
limited to charitable 
organizations in local 
community. 


IRS 990 return 
available to public. 
Many publish full 
guidelines or annual 




purposes in a specific 


from public. 






reports. 




community or region. 











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INTRODUCTION 



grants to outside organizations, and therefore do not 
appear in The Foundation Directory Part 2. 

Community Foundation: A publicly supported 501 (c)(3) 
organization that makes grants in a specific community or 
region. In its general charitable purposes, a community 
foundation is much like a private foundation; however, its 
funds are derived from many donors rather than a single 
source, as is usually the case with private foundations. 
Further, community foundations are usually classified 
under the tax code as public charities and are therefore 
subject to different rules and regulations than those which 
govern private foundations. Public charities other than 
community foundations are not included in The 
Foundation Directory Part 2. 

SOURCES OF INFORMATION 

The Foundation Directory Part 2 is completely revised 
and updated annually, using the latest information 
available from the foundations themselves or from public 
records. To identify organizations for inclusion in The 
Foundation Directory Part 2, Foundation Center staff 
monitor IRS information returns for private foundations 
(Form 990-PF), journal and newspaper articles, press 
releases and news services related to foundation 



activities, and foundation publications such as newsletters 
and annual reports. Entries are prepared from the most 
recent information and sent to the individual foundations 
for verification. In 1998, requests for verification were 
sent to all 5,745 foundations listed in this volume, and 
730 foundations (12.7 percent) responded fully. For the 
remainder, entries were updated from the most recent IRS 
information returns available as of November 1 998. 

The Internet has become an important and effective 
new research tool, enabling staff to learn more about 
foundations and their grantmaking activities. This edition 
contains 1 5 entries with URL (Internet web site) addresses 
and an additional 60 that report having an E-mail address. 

A breakdown of the 5,745 foundations by fiscal 
year-end date reveals the following: 57 foundations 
(0.9 percent) with 1998 fiscal data; 3,780 foundations 
(65.8 percent) with 1 997 fiscal data; 1 ,452 foundations 
(25.3 percent) with 1 996 fiscal data; and 456 foundations 
(8 percent) with 1 995 fiscal data. Thus, 1 997 or 1 998 
fiscal information is reported for 66.8 percent of the 
foundations listed. Even when more recent financial data 
were not available, foundation addresses, contacts, 
program information, and application procedures reflect 
the latest updates received by the Center through 
November 1998. 



TABLE 1 . AGGREGATE FISCAL DATA BY FOUNDATION TYPE (All dollar figures expressed in thousands) 



Foundation Type 


Number of 
Foundations 


% 


Assets 


% 


Gifts 
Received 


% 


Total 
Giving* 


Qualifying 
% Distributions % 


Loans 


Independent 


5,129 


89.3 


$5,211,664 


92.0 


$563,781 


87.9 


$394,677 


87.9 


$419,843 


85.8 


$735 


Company- 
























Sponsored 


367 


6.4 


224,145 


4.0 


41,635 


6.5 


37,456 


8.3 


39,004 


8.0 


82 


Community 


25 


0.4 


26,819 


0.5 


8,661 


1.4 


2,341 


0.5 


2,764 


0.6 


28 


Operating 


224 


3.9 


204,564 


3.6 


27,076 


4.2 


14,788 


3.3 


27,664 


5.7 


107 


Total 


5,745 


100.0 


$5,667,191 


100.0 


$641,154 


100.0 


$449,262 


100.0 


$489,275 


100.0 


$952 



Note: Figures may not add up due to rounding. 

"Throughout this introduction, "Total Giving" figures include grants, scholarships, employee matching gifts, and other amounts reported as "Grants and Contributions Paid During 

the Year" on the 990-PF reporting form. Loan amounts including program-related investments (PRIs) are indicated separately. Total giving does not include all qualifyingdistributions 

under the tax law, e.g., loans, PRIs, and program or other administrative expenses. 



TABLE 2. AGGREGATE FISCAL DATA FOR FOUNDATIONS NEW TO THE DIRECTORY BY FOUNDATION TYPE (All dollar figures 
expressed in thousands) 



Foundation Type 


Number of 
Foundations 


% 


Assets 


% 


Gifts 
Received 


% 


Total 
Giving* 


Qualifying 
% Distributions % 


Loans 


Independent 


1,981 


91.2 


$1,838,976 


93.4 


$350,397 


92.0 


$136,994 


89.6 


$146,679 


86.6 


$372 


Company- 
Sponsored 


94 


4.3 


48,015 


2.4 


14,930 


3.9 


9,759 


6.4 


10,395 


6.1 





Community 


9 


0.4 


9,483 


0.5 


4,274 


1.1 


849 


0.6 


849 


0.5 





Operating 


87 


4.0 


71,539 


3.6 


11,316 


3.0 


5,338 


3.5 


11,492 


6.8 


47 


Total 


2,171 


100.0 


$1,968,013 


100.0 


$380,916 


100.0 


$152,940 


100.0 


$169,415 


100.0 


$419 



Note: Figures may not add up due to rounding. 

Throughout this introduction, "Total Giving" figures include grants, scholarships, employee matching gifts, and other amounts reported as "Grants and Contributions Paid During 

the Year" on the 990-PF reporting form. Loan amounts including program-related investments (PRIs) are indicated separately. Total giving does not include all qualifyingdistributions 

under the tax law, e.g., loans, PRIs, and program or other administrative expenses. 



THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY PART 2, 1999 EDITION 



INTRODUCTION 



TABLE 3. FISCAL DATA OF FOUNDATIONS BY REGION AND STATE (All dollar figures expressed in thousands) 



Number of 
Region Foundations % 


Assets 


% Gifts Received % 


Expenditures 


% 


Total Grants 


% 


NORTHEAST 


2,014 


35.1 


$1,909,041 


33.7 


$221,962 


34.6 


$199,902 


36.9 


$162,922 


36.3 


New England 


521 


9.1 


565,773 


10.0 


56,476 


8.8 


47,042 


8.7 


38,815 


8.6 


Connecticut 


139 


2.4 


141,776 


2.5 


12,566 


2.0 


11,926 


2.2 


10,177 


2.3 


Maine 


23 


0.4 


27,776 


0.5 


2,454 


0.4 


2,733 


0.5 


1,534 


0.3 


Massachusetts 


279 


4.9 


303,476 


5.4 


30,965 


4.8 


26,015 


4.8 


21,505 


4.8 


New Hampshire 


30 


0.5 


33,614 


0.6 


2,433 


0.4 


2,512 


0.5 


2,239 


0.5 


Rhode Island 


35 


0.6 


39,688 


0.7 


5,928 


0.9 


2,784 


0.5 


2,453 


0.5 


Vermont 


15 


0.3 


19,443 


0.3 


2,130 


0.3 


1,071 


0.2 


906 


0.2 


Middle Atlantic 


1,493 


26.0 


1,343,268 


23.7 


165,486 


25.8 


152,860 


28.2 


124,107 


27.6 


New Jersey 


207 


3.6 


188,199 


3.3 


25,864 


4.0 


19,056 


3.5 


16,736 


3.7 


New York 


981 


17.1 


842,072 


14.9 


111,690 


17.4 


105,860 


19.5 


83,535 


18.6 


Pennsylvania 


305 


5.3 


312,997 


5.5 


27,932 


4.4 


27,945 


5.2 


23,836 


5.3 


MIDWEST 


1,417 


24.7 


1,393,264 


24.6 


156,962 


24.5 


129,061 


23.8 


108,859 


24.2 


East North Central 


1,007 


17.5 


976,744 


17.2 


121,921 


19.0 


90,148 


16.6 


77,337 


17.2 


Illinois 


391 


6.8 


351,916 


6.2 


54,326 


8.5 


36,037 


6.6 


31,687 


7.1 


Indiana 


85 


1.5 


102,151 


1.8 


12,160 


1.9 


6,394 


1.2 


5,314 


1.2 


Michigan 


172 


3.0 


147,921 


2.6 


17,475 


2.7 


14,860 


2.7 


12,684 


2.8 


Ohio 


223 


3.9 


233,760 


4.1 


30,157 


4.7 


21,019 


3.9 


17,265 


3.8 


Wisconsin 


136 


2.4 


140,997 


2.5 


7,803 


1.2 


11,838 


2.2 


10,388 


2.3 


West North Central 


410 


7.1 


416,520 


7.3 


35,040 


5.5 


38,913 


7.2 


31,522 


7.0 


Iowa 


73 


1.3 


65,086 


1.1 


7,257 


1.1 


6,995 


1.3 


5,803 


1.3 


Kansas 


61 


1.1 


65,298 


1.2 


7 r 849 


1.2 


5,769 


1.1 


4,123 


0.9 


Minnesota 


106 


1.8 


100,425 


1.8 


8,405 


1.3 


9,758 


1.8 


8,941 


2.0 


Missouri 


122 


2.1 


134,279 


2.4 


8,317 


1.3 


11,415 


2.1 


9,053 


2.0 


Nebraska 


36 


0.6 


37,143 


0.7 


2,963 


0.5 


3,568 


0.7 


2,984 


0.7 


North Dakota 


5 


0.1 


5,940 


0.1 





0.0 


405 


0.1 


252 


0.1 


South Dakota 


7 


0.1 


8,348 


0.1 


250 


0.0 


1,003 


0.2 


364 


0.1 


SOUTH 


1,407 


24.5 


1,477,589 


26.1 


144,211 


22.5 


126,674 


23.4 


107,328 


23.9 


South Atlantic 


851 


14.8 


870,719 


15.4 


81,623 


12.7 


76,106 


14.0 


64,500 


14.4 


Delaware 


21 


0.4 


26,161 


0.5 


2,307 


0.4 


1,702 


0.3 


1,560 


0.3 


District of Columbia 


29 


0.5 


27,610 


0.5 


2,130 


0.3 


3,091 


0.6 


2,360 


0.5 


Florida 


274 


4.8 


276,184 


4.9 


30,003 


4.7 


25,279 


4.7 


21,075 


4.7 


Georgia 


122 


2.1 


130,693 


2.3 


8,782 


1.4 


10,127 


1.9 


8,839 


2.0 


Maryland 


126 


2.2 


121,923 


2.2 


14,549 


2.3 


12,141 


2.2 


10,151 


2.3 


North Carolina 


105 


1.8 


103,168 


1.8 


11,196 


1.7 


8,579 


1.6 


7,633 


1.7 


South Carolina 


39 


0.7 


41,360 


0.7 


1,530 


0.2 


3,433 


0.6 


2,685 


0.6 


Virginia 


117 


2.0 


126,030 


2.2 


9,985 


1.6 


10,258 


1.9 


8,869 


2.0 


West Virginia 


18 


0.3 


17,590 


0.3 


1,141 


0.2 


1,496 


0.3 


1,329 


0.3 


East South Central 


182 


3.2 


190,756 


3.4 


15,435 


2.4 


18,194 


3.4 


15,234 


3.4 


Alabama 


55 


1.0 


57,361 


1.0 


5,591 


0.9 


5,611 


1.0 


4,885 


1.1 


Kentucky 


42 


0.7 


46,679 


0.8 


3,625 


0.6 


3,906 


0.7 


2,982 


0.7 


Mississippi 


15 


0.3 


16,128 


0.3 


801 


0.1 


1,766 


0.3 


1,290 


0.3 


Tennessee 


70 


1.2 


70,588 


1.2 


5,417 


0.8 


6,912 


1.3 


6,077 


1.4 


West South Central 


374 


6.5 


416,114 


7.3 


47,153 


7.4 


32,373 


6.0 


27,594 


6.1 


Arkansas 


30 


0.5 


25,863 


0.5 


1,909 


0.3 


2,649 


0.5 


2,408 


0.5 


Louisiana 


39 


0.7 


42,853 


0.8 


3,017 


0.5 


3,592 


0.7 


3,103 


0.7 


Oklahoma 


40 


0.7 


46,217 


0.8 


4,363 


0.7 


3,588 


0.7 


2,989 


0.7 


Texas 


265 


4.6 


301,180 


5.3 


37,864 


5.9 


22,544 


4.2 


19,094 


4.3 


WEST 


906 


15.8 


886,246 


15.6 


118,004 


18.4 


86,732 


16.0 


70,099 


15.6 


Mountain 


224 


3.9 


227,571 


4.0 


31,387 


4.9 


21,781 


4.0 


16,957 


3.8 


Arizona 


40 


0.7 


37,642 


0.7 


4,605 


0.7 


4,191 


0.8 


3,232 


0.7 


Colorado 


81 


1.4 


80,440 


1.4 


14,419 


2.2 


7,689 


1.4 


6,253 


1.4 


Idaho 


15 


0.3 


16,745 


0.3 


600 


0.1 


1,555 


0.3 


1,176 


0.3 


Montana 


14 


0.2 


15,958 


0.3 


1,006 


0.2 


1,141 


0.2 


840 


0.2 


Nevada 
New Mexico 


21 
13 


0.4 
0.2 


23,004 
12,188 


0.4 
0.2 


3,522 
890 


0.5 
0.1 


1,836 
1,369 


0.3 
0.3 


1,328 
946 


0.3 
2 


Utah 
Wyoming 


27 

13 


0.5 
0.2 


27,805 
13,788 


0.5 
0.2 


5,905 
440 


0.9 
0.1 


2,697 
1,303 


0.5 
0.2 


2,069 

1,114 


0.5 
0.2 


Pacific 

Alasb 
California 
Hawaii 
Oregon 
Washington 


682 

9 
504 
26 
48 
95 


11.9 

0.2 
8.8 
0.5 
0.8 

1.7 


658,676 

6,536 
466,409 
26,692 

55,141 
103,899 


11.6 

0.1 
8.2 
0.5 
1.0 
1.8 


86,617 

1,383 
65,973 
1,904 
5,236 
12,122 


13.5 

0.2 
10.3 
0.3 
0.8 
1.9 


64,950 

1,151 
49,158 
2,391 
4,281 
7,969 


12.0 

0.2 
9.1 
0.4 
0.8 
1.5 


53,142 

870 
40,668 
1,822 
3,449 
6,332 


11.8 

0.2 
9.1 
0.4 
0.8 

1.4 


CARIBBEAN 


1 


0.0 


1,049 


0.0 


14 


0.0 










Puerto Rico 





0.0 





'0.0 


o 


00 


58 


0.0 


53 


0.0 


Virgin Islands 


1 


0.0 


1,049 


0.0 


14 


0.0 



58 


0.0 
0.0 



53 


0.0 
0.0 


Total 


5,745 


100.0 


$5,667,191 


100.0 


$641,154 


100.0 


$542,426 


100.0 


$449,262 


100.0 




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THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY PART 2, 1 999 EDITION 



INTRODUCTION 



TABLE 4. 1 00 LARGEST FOUNDATIONS BY ASSETS 









Total 


Fiscal 








Total 


Fiscal 




Name 


Assets 


Giving 


Date 




Name 


Assets 


Giving 


Date 


1. 


Capricorn Foundation Charitable 








50. 


Oglethorpe Fund 


$1,972,582 


$ 68,215 


12/31/97 




Trust 


$1,997,895 


$76,637 


12/31/97 


51. 


Allade, Inc. 


1,972,270 


157,634 


12/31/95 


2. 


The Elizabeth Church Clarke 








52. 


Fall River Women's Union 


1,971,651 


67,125 


12/31/97 




Testamentary Trust/Fund 








53. 


Kent Richard Hofmann Foundation, 










Foundation 


1,997,534 


94,785 


12/31/96 




Inc. 


1,970,534 


50,855 


01/31/97 


3. 


J. H. Robbins Foundation 


1,997,305 


63,500 


06/30/97 


54. 


Harry and Myrtle Goyen Charitable 








4. 


Mary K. Ashbrook Foundation for 










Foundation 


1,970,376 


157,000 


12/31/96 




El Reno, Oklahoma 


1,994,560 


96,405 


06/30/97 


55. 


The Davidson-Krueger Foundation, 








5. 


Charitable Foundation, Inc. 


1,994,170 


84,077 


12/31/97 




Inc. 


1,970,345 


108,252 


11/30/97 


6. 


Marvel S. Platoff Foundation 


1,994,105 


87,435 


12/31/97 


56. 


The Clinton Family Fund 


1,969,034 


126,050 


06/30/97 


7. 


The Beechmont Foundation 


1,993,877 


53,927 


12/31/97 


57. 


Ben and Margaret Love Foundation 


1,968,665 


55,851 


12/31/97 


8. 


Rittenhouse Foundation 


1,993,201 


82,600 


12/31/97 


58. 


Evelyn Timm Koenig Foundation 


1,968,032 


60,480 


12/31/95 


9. 


Virgil P. Warren Foundation 


1,992,130 


93,329 


12/31/97 


59. 


Tad Beck Fund 


1,967,741 


179,000 


12/31/97 


10. 


Joe E. Johnston Foundation 


1,991,906 


70,100 


03/31/97 


60. 


Leo Wasserman Foundation 


1,967,523 


107,104 


12/31/97 


11. 


Irene Herbert & Harper Grant Ross 








61. 


The Moses & Minna G. Alpers 










Foundation 


1,991,540 


70,000 


12/31/97 




Charitable Trust 


1,967,194 


95,000 


08/31/97 


12. 


Bucyrus Area Community 








62, 


National Sculpture Society, Inc. 


1,966,699 


35,131 


09/30/97 




Foundation 


1,989,577 


67,222 


12/31/97 


63. 


EmestJ. Dexter Trust 


1,966,588 


60,671 


12/31/97 


13. 


The Joyce and Daniel Cowin 








64, 


Krishna Foundation, Inc. 


1,964,504 





10/31/96 




Foundation, Inc. 


1,989,487 


47,860 


12/31/97 


65. 


Hodes Family Foundation 


1,964,310 


72,750 


12/31/97 


14. 


Straus Quintas Foundation 


1,989,445 





12/31/97 


66. 


The Brande Foundation 


1,964,187 


54,088 


09/30/97 


15. 


Sidney Fund 


1,989,247 


110,000 


09/30/97 


67. 


Gilbert W.& Louise Ireland 








16. 


The Smith-Weil Foundation, Inc. 


1,988,702 


90,099 


12/31/95 




Humphrey Foundation 


1,963,620 


142,500 


12/31/97 


17. 


Frank B. Gordon Foundation 


1,987,944 


72,066 


12/31/97 


68. 


Mount Pleasant Community 








18. 


National Hockey League 










Foundation 


1,963,195 


31,663 


12/31/97 




Foundation 


1,987,681 


158,209 


06/30/97 


69. 


The Birmingham Bar Foundation 


1,963,017 


8,833 


11/30/96 


19. 


Mary Virginia Korshoj Foundation 


1,984,992 


105,000 


06/30/97 


70. 


Edward and Rose Donnell 








20. 


Fred L Lavanburg Foundation 


1,984,468 


85,000 


12/31/96 




Foundation 


1,962,797 


90,669 


06/30/97 


21. 


Grace Dangberg Foundation, Inc. 


1,984,382 


2,646 


06/30/97 


71. 


Trabant North Knox County Trust 


1,961,934 


80,050 


12/31/96 


22. 


John A. Burns Foundation 


1,984,074 


71,000 


02/28/97 


72. 


National Grange Mutual Charitable 








23. 


The Fairfax Foundation 


1,983,755 


126,050 


12/31/97 




Foundation 


1,961,362 


122,221 


12/31/96 


24. 


The Turpin Family Charitable 








73. 


Sea Island Foundation, Inc. 


1,961,265 


96,100 


11/30/97 




Foundation 


1,983,123 


65,105 


06/30/97 


74. 


Fred P. Bergfors Fund 


1,961,187 


45,650 


04/30/97 


25. 


Evans Foundation 


1,982,359 


33,550 


01/31/97 


75. 


The Whelan Foundation 


1,961,174 


95,370 


12/31/97 


26. 


Elsie and Harry Baumker 








76. 


William M. & Cora Mae Davidson 










Charitable Foundation, Inc. 


1,982,267 


97,967 


12/31/96 




Memorial Fund 


1,960,406 


72,000 


12/31/97 


27. 


Dorys McConnell Duberg 








77. 


Waverly Community Foundation 


1,960,249 


111,650 


12/31/96 




Charitable Trust 


1,982,092 


74,000 


01/31/97 


78. 


Helen and Philip Delman 








28. 


Northeastern New York 










Foundation, Inc. 


1,959,824 


89,835 


12/31/97 




Community Trust 


1,981,740 


128,071 


12/31/97 


79. 


Dickinson Scholarship Trust 


1,959,638 


92,278 


06/30/97 


29. 


Vemon C. Neal and Alvina B. Neal 








80. 


Lillian Kaiser Lewis Foundation 


1,959,587 


109,300 


09/30/97 




Fund 


1,981,467 


164,045 


12/31/97 


81. 


Barry Wish Family Foundation, Inc. 


1,959,375 





12/31/96 


30. 


Robert Hoag Rawlings Foundation 


1,981,448 


35,403 


07/31/97 


82. 


Emerson G. & Dolores G. Reinsch 








31. 


William E. Schmidt Foundation, Inc. 


1,981,316 


68,900 


12/31/97 




Foundation 


1,958,788 


91,008 


12/31/95 


32. 


The St. Laurent Family Foundation 


1,981,176 


128,115 


12/31/97 


83. 


Caruthers Family Foundation 


1,958,580 


43,675 


08/31/96 


33. 


TheBerniceM.Hemphill 








84. 


The Sapling Foundation 


1,957,081 


25,000 


12/31/96 




Charitable Trust 


1,980,660 





06/30/98 


85. 


Hubbard Family Foundation 


1,956,639 


77,300 


07/31/97 


34. 


Blanche Fischer Foundation 


1,980,173 


46,266 


12/31/97 


86. 


Ann Bradshaw Stokes Foundation 


1,956,352 


88,143 


12/31/95 


35. 


Henry C. Miller Foundation 


1,979,466 


32,800 


12/31/97 


87. 


JohnS. Swift Company Charitable 








36. 


Albeit B. Kahn Foundation 


1,978,511 


93,356 


11/30/97 




Trust, Inc. 


1,956,138 


16,050 


12/31/96 


37. 


Sommer Family Foundation, Inc. 


1,978,431 


70,094 


12/31/97 


88. 


The Harold K. Raisler Foundation, 








38. 


Loring Cook Foundation 


1,978,416 


113,541 


03/31/97 




Inc. 


1,955,703 


69,166 


12/31/97 


39. 


Edgar Wilson Trust 


1,978,262 


84,441 


12/31/95 


89. 


Elizabeth E. Muller Charitable Trust 


1,952,424 





09/30/97 


40. 


Hohenberg Charity Trust 


1,977,640 


50,600 


12/31/97 


90. 


The Julius and Dorothy Lazarus 








41. 


Rossi Family Foundation 


1,977,000 


79,566 


06/30/97 




Foundation, Inc 


1,951,881 


83,750 


09/30/97 


42. 


James C. and Norma I. Smith 








91. 


The Paulos Foundation 


1,951,839 


54,500 


12/31/97 




Foundation 


1,974,998 


66,000 


11/30/97 


92. 


Stem Family of Nevada Foundation 


1,951,762 


81,000 


09/30/97 


43. 


Earl B. Olson Foundation 


1,974,657 


150,000 


12/31/96 


93. 


Korg Foundation 


1,950,841 


72,072 


12/31/97 


44. 


Clermont Foundation 


1,974,648 


64,730 


03/31/97 


94. 


Brandywine Foundation, Inc. 


1,950,738 


59,500 


10/31/97 


45. 


The Carol and James Besl Family 








95. 


John M. Bryan Family Fund 


1,950,668 


39,312 


01/31/96 




Foundation 


1,974,400 


130,750 


06/30/97 


96. 


The DeNunzio Foundation 


1,949,829 


63,500 


12/31/97 


46. 


The William Sadowsky Family 








97. 


The Wilson Foundation 


1,949,280 


147,465 


07/31/95 




Foundation 


1,974,154 


184,251 


08/31/97 


98. 


Roberts, and Margaret C. 








47. 


Mary Ann & Charles R. Walgreen, 










McNamara Foundation 


1,948,987 


87,500 


11/30/97 




Jr. Fund 


1,974,086 


92,200 


12/31/97 


99. 


The Eleanor! Reynolds Foundation 


1,948,896 


173,100 


12/31/96 


48. 


The Mandeville Foundation, Inc. 


1,973,983 


33,118 


12/31/97 


100. 


James A. Jackson and Beatrice D. 








49. 


Zaleski Family Foundation 


1,973,286 


27,500 


06/30/97 




Jackson Scholarship Trust 


1,948,544 


42,639 


06/30/97 



THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY PART 2, 1999 EDITION 



INTRODUCTION 



TABLES, 100 LARGEST FOUNDATIONS BY TOTAL GIVING 



Name 


Total 
Giving 


Fiscal 
Assets Date 


Name 


Total 
Givinj? 


Assets 


Fiscal 
Date 


1. TzdakaVechesedJnc. 


$199,780 


$ 12/31/95 


48. Teichert Foundation 


$194,359 


$1,358,843 


03/31/97 


2. Greater Rochester Area Community 






49. J. L. French Family Foundation, Inc. 


194,201 


1,455,280 


07/31/97 


Foundation 


199,751 


1,295,195 12/31/97 


50. Dentsply International Foundation 


194,140 


44,939 


12/31/97 


3. A-T Medical Research Foundation 


199,500 


229,864 09/30/97 


51. Seidman&Seidman Foundation 


194,021 


132,455 


06/30/97 


4. David J.& Mary L.G.Theroux 






52. Aptar Group Charitable Foundation 


193,990 


384,508 


12/31/97 


Foundation 


199,289 


485,175 12/31/95 


53. Decatur Daily Charitable Trust 


193,810 


259,564 


12/31/96 


5. The United Illuminating Foundation 


199,276 


920,180 12/31/97 


54. The Rooney Family Foundation 


193,725 


1,784,938 


12/31/95 


6. Baltimore Orioles Foundation, Inc. 


199,231 


165,750 10/31/97 


55. Lester & Edna Shapiro Family 








7. Steiner Family Foundation 


199,000 


2,161 12/31/97 


Foundation 


193,700 


1,285,965 


09/30/97 


8. The Bums Foundation 


199,000 


770,215 12/31/95 


56. The G. Mack and Nancy R. Dove 








9. U.S.-lsrael Women to Women, Inc. 


198,520 


799,785 12/31/97 


Foundation 


193,524 


588,956 


12/31/96 


10. Villchur Foundation 


198,460 


138,278 12/31/97 


57. Mitsubishi Semiconductor America, 








11. The Jazzbird Foundation 


198,300 


101,201 12/31/97 


Inc. Funds 


193,385 


1,716,918 


12/31/97 


12. The Leryna Foundation 


198,229 


578,804 12/31/96 


58. Aidekman Foundation 


193,333 


267,522 


12/31/96 


13. The Stewart Foundation 


198,216 


2,085 12/31/97 


59. George & Faye R. Levine Charitable 








1 4, The Eleanor and Frank Freed 






Trust 


193,231 


688,630 


12/31/97 


Foundation 


198,042 


1,897,054 09/30/97 


60. The McHugh Family Foundation 


193,155 


459,342 


11/30/96 


15. Parker Charitable Foundation 


198,000 


732,505 12/31/95 


61. The David Kozicki Memorial 








16. The Merit Gasoline Foundation 


197,930 


327,296 08/31/96 


Foundation 


193,139 


423,495 


12/31/95 


17. College First Foundation 


197,650 


1,444,552 12/31/97 


62. The Gutfreund Foundation, Inc. 


193,000 


1,230,450 


04/30/96 


1 8. The Janey Fund Charitable Trust 


197,500 


1,729,087 06/30/97 


63. The Medleycott Family Foundation 


193,000 


503,938 


12/31/97 


19. The Link Foundation 


197,500 


1,543,503 12/31/97 


64. York Container Foundation 


192,673 


645,986 


12/31/97 


20. John McEnroe Foundation 


197,450 


985,272 12/31/95 


65. Oshkosh Truck Foundation, Inc 


192,585 


48,733 


09/30/97 


21. Stem Special Fund 


197,235 


376,683 12/31/97 


66. Aliso Viejo Com munity Foundation 


192,505 


53,978 


12/31/95 


22. Richard S. Fuld, Jr. Foundation, Inc. 


196,981 


607,752 11/30/95 


67. Badger Meter Foundation, Inc. 


192,350 


1,605,872 


12/31/96 


23. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Baker 






68. The Travelers Foundation 


192,222 


23,466 


06/30/97 


Family Foundation 


196,878 


498,313 12/31/97 


69. The Ironhill Foundation 


192,217 


430,742 


12/31/97 


24. The George Balanchine 






70. The Harold and Adeline Kramer 








Foundation, Inc 


196,877 


1,683,582 12/31/96 


Family Foundation, Inc. 


192,166 


355,772 


05/31/97 


25. Madeline and Kevin Brine 






71 . Shaya Shabot Levy Foundation, Inc 


191,995 


472,891 


12/31/97 


Charitable Trust 


196,835 


50,827 12/31/97 


72. GMO Charities, Inc. 


191,892 


88,405 


11/30/97 


2$. The Ira M. Resnick Foundation, Inc. 


196,824 


5,013 05/31/97 


73. Wood Family Foundation Trust 


191,735 


945,234 


12/31/97 


27. The Sherman N. Baker Charitable 






74. The Zaffarani Foundation 


191,666 


957,109 


12/31/95 


Trust 


196,714 


494,408 02/28/97 


75. Arlington Community Foundation 


191,629 


665,796 


12/31/95 


28. Douglas G. Anderson - Leigh R. 






76. Amaranth Foundation 


191,600 


9,795 


12/31/97 


Evans Foundation 


196,700 


1,703,804 10/31/97 


77. The Fry Family Foundation 


191,600 


945,069 


12/31/97 


29. The Frank Z. Jemison, Jr. 






78. The Don and Grace Modgl in 








Foundation, Inc 


196,602 


194,372 07/31/97 


Foundation 


191,500 


37,370 


12/31/97 


30. The McCall Family Foundation 


196,358 


1,255,384 12/31/97 


79. Boston Sand and Gravel Company 








31. The Peradam Foundation 


196,300 


858,926 12/31/96 


Charitable Foundation, Inc. 


191,381 


486,647 


12/31/97 


32. Levy Family Foundation 


196,048 


1,869,838 07/31/96 


80. Mark Benun Foundation 


191,236 





06/30/97 


33. Alan H.& Harriet L Miller 






81 . Craig and Kathryn Hall Foundation 


191,202 


8,703 


08/31/97 


Foundation, Inc 


195,678 


378,740 12/31/96 


82. Roger L VonAmelunxen 








34. The Louis M. and Birdie Halper 






Foundation, Inc. 


190,986 


472,435 


07/31/97 


Foundation 


195/496 


1,606,637 11/30/97 


83. Draiman Foundation 


190,956 


380,320 


11/30/96 


35. Alvin& Lorraine Cohn Family 






84. S.E.& Margaret W. Dove Christian 








Foundation 


195,438 


840,559 12/31/96 


Foundation 


190,744 


1,177,410 


12/31/96 


36. Herman and Helen Lipsitz 






85. The Carman Family Charitable 








Charitable Trust 


195,397 


1,488,873 11/30/97 


Foundation 


190,699 


1,010,351 


12/31/96 


37. Oklahoma Communities 
Foundation, Inc. 
38. H. Fort Flowers Foundation, Inc. 
39. H.H.S. Foundation, Inc. 
40. William and Helen Tredennick 
Foundation 
41. The Hyde Foundation 
42. National Council on Employment 
Policy 
43. International Multifoods Charitable 
Foundation 
44. The Gere Foundation 
45. Arnold W.Karberg Trust 
46. The Kellwood Foundation 
47. The Bruno & Lena DeGol 


195,179 
195,175 
195,099 

195,000 
195,000 

195,000 

194,900 
194,775 
194,740 
194,714 


495,855 12/31/97 
556,006 12/31/97 
1,009,783 12/31/95 

1,940,613 12/31/95 
973,359 12/31/97 

1,052,153 06/30/97 

197,000 02/28/98 
1,608,505 12/31/96 
794,319 04/30/97 
672,550 04/30/97 


86. SSB Foundation 
87. Frank A. Knaphurst Family Trust 
88. The Hermann Foundation 
89. Fred Hayman Family Foundation 
90. Max Blechner Charitable Fund, Inc 
91. William ASulamita Spiegel 
Charitable Foundation 
92. Justin Paul Foundation, Inc. 
93. Sansing Fondation, Inc. 
94. Byron & Dorothy Gerson Fund 
95. LilaGruber Research Foundation 
96. The Bromley Charitable Trust 
97. The Dime Foundation 
98, George Konheim Family Foundation 


190,300 
190,197 
190,176 
190,175 
190,132 

190,125 
190,000 
189,969 
189,959 
189,652 
189,550 
189,500 
189,440 


554,509 
326,333 
1,036,568 
1,441,941 
1,014,677 

250,697 
964,916 
200,882 
433,120 
1,941,421 
264,537 
7,855 
431,881 


12/31/97 
08/31/96 
12/31/96 
12/31/96 
12/31/97 

12/31/97 
12/31/96 
12/31/96 
04/30/97 
12/31/97 
12/31/97 
12/31/97 
06/30/97 


Foundation 


194,537 


981,854 12/31/96 


99. The MJASafdeye Foundation 
100. The Monteforte Foundation, Inc. 


189,436 
189,372 


182,979 
157,851 


12/31/96 
08/31/97 



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HOW TO USE THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY PART 2 



The Foundation Directory Pan 2 is one of the first tools 
grantseekers should use to identify foundations that might 
be interested in funding their project or organization. It 
provides basic descriptions and current fiscal data for 
the nation's mid-sized foundations those with assets 
from $1 million and less than $2 million or annual giving 
from $50,000 and less than $200,000. In addition, 
indexes help to identify foundations that may have giving 
interests in particular subject fields or geographic areas, or 
that provide specific types of support. 

Researchers, journalists, grantmakers, and others 
interested in the philanthropic field use The Foundation 
Directory Pan 2 in conjunction with The Foundation 
Directory \o get a broad overview of current foundation 
activities nationally or within a particular geographic 
region, or to gather facts about one or more specific 
foundations. 

When using The Foundation Directory Part 2 to identify 
potential funding sources, grantseekers are urged to read 
each foundation description carefully to determine the 
nature of the grantmaker's interests and to note any 
restrictions on giving that would prevent the foundation 
from considering their proposal. Many foundations limit 
their giving to a particular subject field or geographic 
area; others are unable to provide certain types of 
support, such as funds for buildings and equipment or for 
general operating budgets. -Even when a foundation has 
not provided an explicit limitations statement, restrictions 
on giving may exist. This is often the case with entries 
updated from public records. Further research into the 
giving patterns of these foundations is necessary before 
applying for funds. Also, please note that many 
foundations do not accept applications, or contribute only 
to pre-selected organizations. 



ARRANGEMENT 

The Foundation Directory Pan 2 is arranged 
alphabetically by state and, within states, by foundation 
name. Each descriptive entry is assigned a sequence 
number, and references in the indexes are to these entry 
numbers. 



WHAT'S IN AN ENTRY? 

There are 34 basic data elements that could be included 
in a Foundation Directory Part 2 entry. The content of 
entries varies widely due to differences in the size and 
nature of foundation programs and the availability of 
information from foundations. Specific data elements that 
could be included are: 

1. The full legal name of the foundation. 

2. The former name of the foundation. 

3. The street address, city, and zip code of the 

foundation's principal office. 

4. The telephone number of the foundation. 

5. The name and title of the contact person of the 
foundation. 

6. Any additional address (such as a separate 
application address) supplied by the foundation. 
Additional telephone or FAX numbers as well as 
E-mail and/or URL addresses also may be listed here. 

7. Establishment data, including the legal form (usually 
a trust or corporation) and the year and state in 
which the foundation was established. 

8. The donor(s) or principal contributor(s) to the 
foundation, including individuals, families, and 
corporations. If a donor is deceased, the symbol t 
follows the name. 

9. Foundation type: community, company-sponsored, 
independent, or operating. 

1 0. The year-end date of the foundation's accounting 
period for which financial data is supplied. 

1 1 . Assets: the total value of the foundation's 
investments at the end of the accounting period. In a 
few instances, foundations that act as 

"pass-th roughs" for annual corporate or individual 
gifts report zero assets. 

1 2. Asset type: generally, assets are reported at market 
value (M) or ledger value (L). 

1 3. Gifts received: the total amount of new capital 
received by the foundation in the year of record. 

14. Expenditures: total disbursements of the foundation, 
including overhead expenses (salaries; investment, 



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legal, and other professional fees; interest; rent; etc.) 
and federal excise taxes, as well as the total amount 
paid for grants, scholarships, and matching gifts. 

1 5. The total amount of qualifying distributions made 
by the foundation in the year of record. This figure 
includes all grants paid, qualifying administrative 
expenses, loans and program-related investments, 
set-asides, and amounts paid to acquire assets used 
directly in carrying out charitable purposes. 

1 6. The dollar value and number of grants paid during 
the year, with the largest grant paid (high) and 
smallest grant paid (low). When supplied by the 
foundation, the average range of grant payments is 
also indicated. Grant figures do not include 
commitments for future payment or amounts spent 
for grants to individuals, employee matching gifts, 
loans, or foundation-administered programs. 

1 7. The total dollar value of set-asides made by the 
foundation during the year. Although set-asides 
count as qualifying distributions toward the 
foundation's annual payout requirement, they are 
distinct from any amounts listed as grants paid. 

1 8. The total amount and number of grants made 
directly to or on behalf of individuals, including 
scholarships, fellowships, awards, and medical 
payments. When supplied by the foundation, high, 
low, and average range are also indicated. 

1 9. The dollar amount and number of employee 
matching gifts awarded, generally by company- 
sponsored foundations. 

20. The total dollars expended for programs admin- 
istered by the foundation and the number of 
foundation-administered programs. These programs 
can include museums or other institutions supported 
exclusively by the foundation, research programs 
administered by the foundation, etc. 

21 . The dollar amount and number of loans made to 
nonprofit organizations by the foundation. These 
can include program-related investments, 
emergency loans to help nonprofits that are waiting 
for grants or other income payments, etc. When 
supplied by the foundation, high, low, and average 
range are also indicated. 

22. The number of loans to individuals and the total 
amount loaned. When supplied by the foundation, 
high, low, and average range are also indicated. 

23. The monetary value and number of in-kind gifts. 

24. The purpose and activities, in general terms, of the 
foundation. This statement reflects funding interests 
as expressed by the foundation or, if no foundation 
statement is available, an analysis of the actual 
grants awarded by the foundation during the most 
recent two-year period for which public records 



exist. Many foundations leave statements of purpose 
intentionally broad, indicating only the major 
program areas within which they fund. More 
specific areas of interest can often be found in the 
"Fields of Interest" section of the entry. 

25. The fields of interest reflected in the foundation's 
giving program. The terminology used in this section 
conforms to the Foundation Center's Grants 
Classification System (GCS). The terms also provide 
access to foundation entries through the Subject 
Index at the back of the volume. 

26. The international giving interests of the foundation. 

27. The types of support (such as endowment funds, 
building/renovation, equipment, fellowships, etc.) 
offered by the foundation. Definitions of the terms 
used to describe the forms of support available are 
provided at the beginning of the Types of Support 
Index at the back of this volume. 

28. Any stated limitations on the foundation's giving 
program, including geographic preferences, 
restrictions by subject focus or type of recipient, or 
specific types of support the foundation cannot 
provide. It is noted here if a foundation does not 
accept unsolicited applications. 

29. Publications or other printed materials distributed by 
the foundation that describe its activities and giving 
program. These can include annual or multi-year 
reports, newsletters, corporate giving reports, 
informational brochures, grant lists, etc. It is also 
noted if a foundation will send copies of its IRS 
information return (Form 990-PF) on request. 

30. Application information, including the preferred 
form of application, the number of copies of 
proposals requested, application deadlines, 
frequency and dates of board meetings, and the 
general amount of time the foundation requires to 
notify applicants of the board's decision. Some 
foundations have indicated that their funds are 
currently committed to ongoing projects. 

31 . The names and titles of officers, principal 
administrators, trustees, directors, and members of 
other governing bodies. An asterisk (*) following the 
individual's name indicates an officer who is also a 
trustee or director. 

32. The number of professional and support staff 
employed by the foundation, and an indication of 
part-time or full-time status of these employees, as 
reported by the foundation. 

33. EIN: the Employer Identification Number assigned to 
the foundation by the Internal Revenue Service for 
tax purposes. This number can be useful when 
ordering microfilm or paper copies of the 
foundation's annual information return, Form 990-PF. 



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34. A list of selected grants for those foundations with 
annual giving of-at least $50,000. Up to ten grants 
reported during a given fiscal year may be provided. 
Grants to individuals are not included. 



INDEXES 

Seven indexes to the descriptive entries are provided at 
the back of the book to assist grantseekers and other users 
of The Foundation Directory Part 2: 

1 . The Index to Donors, Officers, Trustees is an 

alphabetical list of individual and corporate donors, 
officers, and members of governing boards whose 
names appear in The Foundation Directory Part 2 
entries. Many grantseekers find this index helpful in 
determining whether current or prospective 
members of their own governing boards, alumni of 
their schools, or current contributors are affiliated 
with any foundations. 

2. The Geographic Index references foundation entries 
by the state and city in which the foundation 
maintains its principal offices. The index includes 
"see also" references at the end of each state section 
to indicate foundations that have made substantial 
grants in that state but are located elsewhere. 
Foundations that award grants on a national, 
regional, or international basis are indicated in bold 
type. The remaining foundations generally limit their 
giving to the state or city in which they are located. 

3. The International Giving Index provides access to 
foundations whose giving interests extend beyond 
the United States. A complete alphabetical list of 
countries, continents, and regions is provided at the 
beginning of the index. Under each country, 
continent, or region, entry numbers are listed by the 
state location and abbreviated name of the 
foundation. Organizations whose programs benefit 
foreign countries should use this index to identify 
funders with similar geographic interests. 

4. The Types of Support Index provides access to 
foundation entries by the specific types of support 
the foundation awards. A glossary of the forms of 
support listed appears at the beginning of the index. 
Under each type of support term, entry numbers are 
listed by the state location and abbreviated name of 
the foundation. Foundations that award grants on a 
national, regional, or international basis are 
indicated in bold type. When using this index, 
grantseekers should focus on foundations located in 
their own state that offer the specific type of support 
needed, or on foundations listed in bold type if their 
program has national impact. 



5. The Subject Index provides access to the giving 
interests of foundations based on the "Fields of 
Interest" sections of their entries. The terminology 
in the index now conforms to the Foundation 
Center's Grants Classification System (CCS). A 
complete alphabetical list of the subject headings in 
the current edition is provided at the beginning of 
the index as well as "see also" references to related 
subject areas included in this volume. Under each 
subject term, entry numbers are listed by the state 
location and abbreviated name of the foundation. As 
in the Types of Support Index, foundations that 
award grants on a national, regional, or 
international basis are indicated in bold type. Again, 
grantseekers should focus on foundations located in 
their own state that have shown an interest in their 
subject area, or on foundations listed in bold type if 
their program is national in scope. 

6. The Index of Foundations New to the Edition is a 
listing of foundations that appear in the current 
edition of The Foundation Directory Part 2 but had 
not met criteria for inclusion in the previous edition. 
The descriptive entries for these foundations are 
highlighted with a star (&). 

7. The Foundation Name Index is an alphabetical list 
of all foundations appearing in the 1 999 Edition of 
The Foundation Directory Part 2. Former names of 
foundations appear with "see" references to the 
appropriate entry numbers. 

RESEARCHING FOUNDATIONS 

Foundations receive many thousands of worthy requests 
each year. Most of these requests are declined simply 
because there are never enough funds to go around 
or because the application clearly falls outside the 
foundation's fields of interest. Sometimes the 
qualifications of the staff are not well established; the 
budget or the means of evaluating the project may not be 
presented convincingly; the organization may not have 
asked itself whether it is especially suited to make a 
contribution to the solution of the problem, whether it can 
provide the service proposed, or whether others are not 
already effectively engaged in the same activity. 

The first step in researching foundation funding support, 
then, is to analyze your own program and organization to 
determine the need you plan to address, the audience you 
will serve, and the amount and type of support you need. 
Become familiar with the basic facts about foundations in 
general and how they operate. Consider other sources of 
funding, such as individual contributors, government 
grants, earned income possibilities, and so on. Although 
foundations are an important source of support for 
nonprofit organizations, their giving represents a relatively 



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small percentage of the total philanthropic dollars 
contributed annually, and an even smaller percentage of 
the total when government grants and earned income are 
included. 

Once you have determined the amount and type of 
support you need and the reasons why you are seeking 
foundation support, The Foundation Directory Part 2 can 
help you to develop an initial list of foundations that 
might be interested in funding your project. In 
determining whether or not it is appropriate to approach a 
particular foundation with a grant request, keep in mind 
the following questions: 

1 . Has the foundation demonstrated a real 
commitment to funding in your subject area? 

2. Does it seem likely that the foundation will make a 
grant in your geographic area? 

3. Does the amount of money you are requesting fit 
within the foundation's grant range? 

4. Does the foundation have any policy prohibiting 
grants for the type of support you are requesting? 

5. Does the foundation prefer to make grants that cover 
the full cost of a project or does it favor projects 
where other foundations or funding sources share 
the cost? 

6. What types of organizations does the foundation 
tend to support? 

7. Does the foundation have specific application 
deadlines and procedures or does it review 
proposals continuously? 

Some of these questions can be answered from the 
information provided in The Foundation Directory and 



The Foundation Directory Part 2, but grantseekers will 
almost always want to consult a few additional resources 
before submitting a request for funding. If the foundation 
issues an annual report, application guidelines, or other 
printed materials describing its program, it is advisable to 
obtain copies and study them carefully before preparing 
your proposal. The foundation's annual information return 
(Form 990-PF) includes a list of all grants paid by the 
foundation, as well as basic data about its finances, 
officers, and giving policies. Copies of these returns are 
available for free examination at most of the Foundation 
Center's cooperating libraries. 

THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY 

The Foundation Directory provides information on the 
first tier of U.S. grantmaking foundations, those with at 
least $2 million in assets or at least $200,000 in annual 
grantmaking. Together The Foundation Directory and The 
Foundation Directory Part 2 constitute the standard 
reference work for information on more than 1 5,700 of 
the largest active grantmaking foundations in the United 
States. 

THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY SUPPLEMENT 

The Foundation Directory Supplement, published six 
months after The Foundation Directory and The 
Foundation Directory Part 2, contains entries that have 
had substantial changes since the publication of those 
volumes. New information is highlighted in boldface type 
in the entries. 



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GLOSSARY 



The following list includes important terms used by 
grantmakers and grantseekers. A number of sources have 
been consulted in compiling this glossary, including The 
Handbook on Private Foundations, by David F. Freeman 
and the Council on Foundations (New York: The 
Foundation Center, 1991); The Law of Tax-Exempt 
Organizations, 6th Edition, by Bruce R. Hopkins (New 
York: John Wiley & Sons, 1 992); and the Glossary of 
Fund-Raising Terms, (Alexandria, Va.: National Society of 
Fund Raising Executives Institute, 1 986). 

Annual Report: A voluntary report issued by a foundation 
or corporation that provides financial data and 
descriptions of grantmaking activities. Annual reports vary 
in format from simple typewritten documents listing the 
year's grants to detailed publications that provide 
substantial information about the grantmaking program. 

Assets: The amount of capital or principal money, 
stocks, bonds, real estate, or other resources controlled 
by the foundation or corporate giving program. Generally, 
assets are invested and the income is used to make grants. 

Beneficiary: In philanthropic terms, the donee or grantee 
receiving funds from a foundation or corporate giving 
program is the beneficiary, although society benefits as 
well. Foundations whose legal terms of establishment 
restrict their giving to one or more named beneficiaries 
are not included in this publication. 

Bricks and Mortar: An informal term for grants for 
buildings or construction projects. 

Capital Support: Funds provided for endowment 
purposes, buildings, construction, or equipment, and 
including, for example, grants for ''bricks and mortar." 

Challenge Grant A grant awarded that will be paid only if 
the donee organization is able to raise additional funds 
from another source(s). Challenge grants are often used to 
stimulate giving from other donors. (See a/so Matching 
Grant) 

Community Foundation: A 501 (c)(3) organization that 
makes grants for charitable purposes in a specific 
community or region. Funds are usually derived from 
many donors and held in an endowment independently 
administered; income earned by the endowment is then 
used to make grants. Although a few community 
foundations may be classified by the IRS as private 
foundations, most are classified as public charities eligible 



for maximum income tax-deductible contributions from 
the general public. (See also 501 (c)(3); Public Charity) 

Community Fund: An organized community program 
which makes annual appeals to the general public for 
funds that are usually not retained in an endowment but 
are used for the ongoing operational support of local 
social and health service agencies. (See a/so Federated 
Giving Program) 

Company-Sponsored Foundation (also referred to as 
Corporate Foundation): A private foundation whose grant 
funds are derived primarily from the contributions of a 
profit-making business organization. The company- 
sponsored foundation may maintain close ties with the 
donor company, but it is an independent organization 
with its own endowment and is subject to the same rules 
and regulations as other private foundations. (See also 
Private Foundation) 

Cooperative Venture: A joint effort between or among 
two or more grantmakers (including foundations, 
corporations, and government agencies). Partners may 
share in funding responsibilities or contribute information 
and technical resources. 

Corporate Giving Program: A grantmaking program 
established and administered within a profit-making 
company. Corporate giving programs do not have a 
separate endowment and their annual grant totals are 
generally more directly related to current profits. They are 
not subject to the same reporting requirements as private 
foundations. Some companies make charitable 
contributions through both a corporate giving program 
and a company-sponsored foundation. 

Distribution Committee: The board responsible for 
making grant decisions. For community foundations, it is 
intended to be broadly representative of the community 
served by the foundation. 

Donee: The recipient of a grant (Also known as the 
grantee or the beneficiary.) 

Donor: The individual or organization that makes a grant 
or contribution. (Also known as the grantor.) 

Employee Matching Gift: A contribution to a charitable 
organization by a company employee that is matched by 
a similar contribution from the employer. Many 
corporations have employee matching gift programs in 



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higher education that stimulate their employees to give to 
the college or university of their choice. 

Endowment: Funds intended to be kept permanently and 
invested to provide income for continued support of an 
organization. 

Expenditure Responsibility: In general, when a private 
foundation makes a grant to an organization that is not 
classified by the IRS as a "public charity/' the foundation 
is required by law to provide some assurance that the 
funds will be used for the intended charitable purposes. 
Special reports on such grants must be filed with the IRS. 
Most grantee organizations are public charities and many 
foundations do not make "expenditure responsibility" 
grants. 

Family Foundation: An independent private foundation 
whose funds are derived from members of a single family. 
Family members often serve as officers or board members 
of the foundation and have a significant role in 
grantmaking decisions. (See a/so Operating Foundation; 
Private Foundation; Public Charity) 

Federated Giving Program: A joint fundraising effort 
usually administered by a nonprofit "umbrella" 
organization which in turn distributes contributed funds to 
several nonprofit agencies. United Way and community 
chests or funds, the United Jewish Appeal and other 
religious appeals, the United Negro College Fund/ and 
joint arts councils are examples of federated giving 
programs. (See a/so Community Fund) 

501 (c){3): The section of the Internal Revenue code that 
defines nonprofit, charitable (as broadly defined), 
tax-exempt organizations; 501 (c)(3) organizations are 
further defined as public charities, private operating 
foundations, and private non-operating foundations. (See 
a/so Operating Foundation; Private Foundation; Public 
Charity) 

Form 990-PF: The annual information return that all 
private foundations must submit to the IRS each year and 
which is also filed with appropriate state officials. The 
form requires information on the foundation's assets, 
income, operating expenses, contributions and grants, 
paid staff and salaries, program funding areas, 
grantmaking guidelines and restrictions, and grant 
application procedures. Foundation Center libraries 
maintain files of 990-PFs for public inspection. 

General Purpose Foundation: An independent private 
foundation that awards grants in many different fields of 
interest. (See a/so Special Purpose Foundation) 
General Purpose Grant: A grant made to further the 
general purpose or work of an organization, rather than 
for a specific purpose or project. (See a/so Operating 
Support Grant) 8 

Grantee Financial Report: A report detailing how grant 
funds were used by an organization. Many corporations 



require this kind of report from grantees. A financial report 
generally includes a listing of all expenditures from grant 
funds as well as an overall organizational financial report 
covering revenue and expenses, assets and liabilities. 

Grassroots Fundraising: Efforts to raise money from 
individuals or groups from the local community on a 
broad basis. Usually an organization's own constituents- 
people who live in the neighborhood served or clients of 
the agency's services are the sources of these funds. 
Grassroots fundraising activities include membership 
drives, raffles, auctions, benefits, and a range of other 
activities. 

Independent Foundation: A grantmaking organization 
usually classified by the IRS as a private foundation. 
Independent foundations may also be known as family 
foundations, general purpose foundations, special 
purpose foundations, or private non-operating 
foundations. The Foundation Center defines independent 
foundations and company-sponsored foundations 
separately; however, federal law normally classifies both 
as private, non-operating foundations subject to the same 
rules and requirements. (See also Private Foundation) 

In-Kind Contributions: Contributions of equipment, 
supplies, or other property as distinguished from monetary 
grants. Some organizations may also donate space or staff 
time as an in-kind contribution. 

Matching Grant: A grant that is made to match funds 
provided by another donor. (See also Challenge Grant; 
Employee Matching Gift) 

Operating Foundation: A 501 (c)(3) organization classified 
by the IRS as a private foundation whose primary purpose 
is to conduct research, social welfare, or other programs 
determined by its governing body or establishment 
charter. Some grants may be made, but the sum is 
generally small relative to the funds used for the 
foundation's own programs. (See also 501(c)(3)) 
Operating Support Grant: A grant to cover the regular 
personnel, administrative, and other expenses of an 
existing program or project. (See a/so General Purpose 
Grant) 

Payout Requirement: The minimum amount that private 
foundations are required to expend for charitable 
purposes (includes grants and, within certain limits, the 
administrative cost of making grants). In general, a private 
foundation must meet or exceed an annual payout 
requirement of five percent of the average market value of 
the foundation's assets. 

Private Foundation: A nongovernmental, nonprofit 
organization with ftmds (usually from a single source 
such as an individual, family, or corporation) and program 
managed by its own trustees or directors that was 
established to maintain or aid social, educational 
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welfare, primarily through the making of grants. "Private 
foundation" also means an organization that is tax-exempt 
under code section 501 (c)(3) and is classified by the IRS 
as a private foundation as defined in the code. The code 
definition usually, but not always, identifies a foundation 
with the characteristics first described. (See also 501 (c)(3); 
Public Charity) 

Program Amount: Funds that are expended to support a 
particular program administered internally by the 
foundation or corporate giving program. 

Program Officer: A staff member of a foundation who 
reviews grant proposals and processes applications for the 
board of trustees. Only a small percentage of foundations 
have program officers. 

Program-Related Investment (PRI): A loan or other 
investment (as distinguished from a grant) made by a 
foundation or corporate giving program to another 
organization for a project related to the grantmaker's 
stated charitable purpose and interests. Program-related 
investments are often made from a revolving fund; the 
foundation generally expects to receive its money back 
with interest or some other form of return at less than 
current market rates, and it then becomes available for 
further program-related investments. 

Proposal: A written application, often with supporting 
documents, submitted to a foundation or corporate giving 
program in requesting a grant. Preferred procedures and 
formats vary. Consult published guidelines. 

Public Charity: In general, an organization that is 
tax-exempt under code section 501 (c)(3) and is classified 
by the IRS as a public charity and not a private 
foundation. Public charities generally derive their funding 
or support primarily from the general public in carrying 
out their social, educational, religious, or other charitable 
activities serving the common welfare. Some public 
charities engage in grantmaking activities, although most 
engage in direct service or other tax-exempt activities. 
Public charities are eligible for maximum income 
tax-deductible contributions from the public and are not 
subject to the same rules and restrictions as private 
foundations. Some are also referred to as "public 
foundations" or "publicly supported organizations" and 
may use the term "foundation" in their names. (See also 
501 (c)(3); Private Foundation) 



Qualifying Distributions: Expenditures of private 
foundations used to satisfy the annual payout 
requirement These can include grants, reasonable 
administrative expenses, set-asides, loans and 
program-related investments, and amounts paid to 
acquire assets used directly in carrying out exempt 
purposes. 

Query Letter: A brief letter outlining an organization's 
activities and its request for funding sent to a foundation 
or corporation to determine whether it would be 
appropriate to submit a full grant proposal. Many 
grantmakers prefer to be contacted in this way before 
receiving a full proposal. 

RFP: Request For Proposal. When the government issues a 
new contract or grant program, it sends out RFPs to 
agencies that might be qualified to participate. The RFP 
lists project specifications and application procedures. A 
few foundations occasionally use RFPs in specific fields, 
but most prefer to consider proposals that are initiated by 
applicants. 

Seed Money: A grant or contribution used to start a new 
project or organization. Seed grants may cover salaries 
and other operating expenses of a new project. 

Set-Asides: Funds set aside by a foundation for a specific 
purpose or project that are counted as qualifying 
distributions toward the foundation's annual payout 
requirement. Amounts for the project must be paid within 
five years of the first set-aside. 

Special Purpose Foundation: A private foundation that 
focuses its grantmaking activities in one or a few special 
areas of interest. For example, a foundation may only 
award grants in the area of cancer research or child 
development. (See also General Purpose Foundation) 

Technical Assistance: Operational or management 
assistance given to nonprofit organizations. It can include 
fundraising assistance, budgeting and financial planning, 
program planning, legal advice, marketing, and other aids 
to management. Assistance may be offered directly by a 
foundation or corporate staff member, or be offered in the 
form of a grant to pay for the services of an outside 
consultant. (See also In-Kind Contributions) 

Trustee: A member of a governing board. A foundation's 
board of trustees meets to review grant proposals and 
make decisions. Often also referred to as a "director" or 
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The Foundation Center is a national service organization 
founded and supported by foundations to provide a single 
authoritative source of information on foundation and cor- 
porate giving. The Center's programs are designed to help 
grantseekers select those funders which may be most inter- 
ested in their projects from the more than 40,000 active U.S. 
foundations. Among its primary activities toward this end are 
publishing reference books and a CD-ROM on foundation 
and corporate philanthropy and disseminating information 
on grantmaking, grantseeking, and related subjects through 
its site on the World Wide Web and a nationwide public 
service program. 

Publications of the Foundation Center are the primary 
working tools of every serious grantseeker. They are 
also used by grantmakers, scholars, journalists, and 
legislators in short, by anyone seeking any type of factual 
information on philanthropy. All private foundations and a 
significant number of corporate grantmakers actively en- 
gaged in grantmaking, regardless of size or geographic 
location, are included in one or more of the Center's publi- 
cations. The publications are of three kinds: directories 
that describe specific funders, characterizing their program 
interests and providing fiscal and personnel data; grants 
indexes that list and classify by subject recent founda- 
tion and corporate awards; and guides, monographs, and 
bibliographies that introduce the reader to funding research, 
elements of proposal writing, and nonprofit management 
issues. 

For those who wish to access information on grantmakers 
and their grants electronically, the Center issues FC Search: 
The Foundation Center's Database on CD-ROM containing 
the full universe of over 47,000 grantmakers and nearly 
200,000 associated grants. In addition, the Center's award- 
winning site on the World Wide Web features a wide array 
of free information about the philanthropic community. 

The Foundation Center's publications and CD-ROM may 
be ordered from the Foundation Center, 79 Fifth Avenue, 
New York, NY 10003-3076, or online at our World Wide 
Web site. For more information about any aspect of the 
Center's programs or for the name of the Center's library 
collection nearest you, call 1-800-424-9836, or visit our site 
on the World Wide Web: http^/www.fdncenter.org. 



GENERAL RESEARCH DIRECTORIES 

THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY, 1999 Edition 

The Foundation Directory has been widely known and 
respected in the field for more than 38 years. It includes the 
latest information on all foundations whose assets exceed $2 
million or whose annual grants total $200,000 or more. The 
1999 Edition includes over 10,000 of these foundations, 
over 2,000 of which are new to this edition. Directory 
foundations hold more than $31 8 billion in assets and award 
$14 billion in grants annually. 

Each Directory entry contains precise information on 
application procedures, giving limitations, types of support 
awarded, the publications of each foundation, and founda- 
tion staff. In addition, each entry features such vital data 
as the grantmaker's giving interests, financial data, grant 
amounts, address, and telephone number. This edition in- 
cludes close to 35,000 selected grants. The Foundation Center 
works closely with foundations to ensure the accuracy and 
timeliness of the information provided. 

The Directory includes indexes by foundation name; 
subject areas of interest; names of donors, officers, and 
trustees; geographic location; international interests; types 
of support awarded; and grantmakers new to the volume. 
Also included are analyses of the foundation community by 
geography, asset and grant size, and the different foundation 
types. 
March 1999 

Softbound: ISBN 0-87954-874-6 /$185 
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THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY PART 2, 1999 Edition 

Following in the tradition of The Foundation Directory, The 
Foundation Directory Part 2 brings you the same thorough 
coverage for the next largest set of foundations, those with 
assets from $1 million and less than $2 million or grant 
programs from $50,000 and less than $200,000. It includes 
D/rectory-level information on mid-sized foundations, an 
important group of grantmakers responsible for millions 
of dollars in funding annually. Essential data on over 
5,700 foundations is included along with more than 1 8,1 00 
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overview of the foundations' giving interests. Quick access 
to foundation entries is facilitated by seven indexes, includ- 
ing foundation name; subject areas of interest; names of 
donors, officers, and trustees; geographic location; interna- 
tional interests; types of support awarded; and grantmakers 
new to the volume. 
March 1999 /ISBN 0-87954-871-1 /$185 
Published annually 

THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY SUPPLEMENT 

The Foundation Directory Supplement provides the latest- 
breaking information on Foundation Directory and Founda- 
tion Directory Part 2 grantmakers six months after those 
volumes are published. Each year, thousands of policy and 
staff changes occur at these foundations. Fundraisers need 
to know about these crucial changes as rapidly as possible, 
as they may affect the way fundraisers prepare their grant 
proposals. The Supplement ensures that users of the Direc- 
tory and Directory Part 2 always have the latest addresses, 
contact names, policy statements, application guidelines, 
and financial data for the foundations they're approaching 
for funding. 

September 1999 /ISBN 0-87954-886-X/$125 
Published annually 

GUIDE TO U.S. FOUNDATIONS, THEIR TRUSTEES, 
OFFICERS, AND DONORS, 1999 Edition 

This powerful fundraising reference tool provides fundrais- 
ers with current, accurate information on over 46,000 pri- 
vate grantmaking foundations in the U.S. The two-volume 
set also includes a master list of the names of the people who 
establish, oversee, and manage those institutions. With ac- 
cess to this information, fundraisers can facilitate their fund- 
ing research by discovering the philanthropic connections 
of current donors, board members, volunteers, and promi- 
nent families in their geographic area. Because it provides a 
comprehensive list of U.S. foundations and the people who 
govern them, the Guide to U.S. Foundations also helps 
fundraisers follow up on any giving leads they may uncover. 
Each entry includes asset and giving amounts as well as 
geographic limitations, allowing fundraisers to quickly de- 
termine whether or not to pursue a particular grant source. 
The Guide to U.S. Foundations is the only source of 
published data on thousands of local foundations. (It in- 
cludes more than 25,000 grantmakers not covered in other 
Foundation Center publications.) Each entry also tells you 
whether you can find more extensive information on the 
grantmaker in another Foundation Center reference work. 
April m9/0-87954-872-X/$215 
Published annually 

THE FOUNDATION 1000 

Nonprofit fundraisers and other researchers have access to 
annually published, comprehensive reports on the 1,000 
largest foundations in the country. The Foundation 1000 



provides access to extensive and accurate information on 
this set of powerful funders. Foundation WOO grantmakers 
hold over $168 billion in assets and each year award close 
to 200,000 grants worth $8 billion to nonprofit organizations 
nationwide. 

The Foundation WOO provides the most thorough analyses 
available of the 1,000 largest foundations and their extensive 
grant programs, including all the data fundraisers need most 
when applying for grants from these top-level foundations. 
Each multi-page foundation profile features a full foundation 
portrait, a detailed breakdown of the foundation's grant pro- 
grams, and extensive lists of recently awarded foundation 



Five indexes give fundraisers the opportunity to target 
potential funders in a variety of ways: by subject field, type 
of support, geographic location, international giving, and 
the names of foundation officers, donors, and trustees. 

November 1 998 /ISBN 0-87954-811 -8 / $295 
Published annually 



FOUNDATIONS OF THE 1 990s: A Directory of Newly 
Established Foundations, 1st Edition 

Foundations of the 1990s presents you with a unique way 
to increase your prospect list. It is designed for fundraisers 
who want to capitalize on the 9,000+ independent, com- 
munity, and corporate foundations that have incorporated 
as grantmaking institutions in the U.S. in or after 1 990. The 
emergence of these new foundations signifies substantial 
long-term growth in the field of foundation giving. Indeed, 
in 1 995, the number of grantmaking foundations exceeded 
40,000 for the first time, nearly doubling since 1 980. Foun- 
dations of the 1990s collects these new, important and 
often relatively unknown funders into one convenient 
source. 

The interests of these newly established, cutting-edge 
foundations will be of great importance in the years to come. 
By examiningthe foundations included in this book, you can 
be among the first to submit grant proposals to these largely 
undiscovered funders. The typical foundation entry includes 
foundation name, address, contact name, foundation type, 
financial facts for determining giving potential, donor infor- 
mation, list of key officials and giving limitations. Many 
foundation entries feature more comprehensive descrip- 
tions, including purpose statement, fields of interest, types 
of support, application information and names of key per- 
sonnel. Entries are organized by state and then alphabeti- 
cally by foundation name. Six indexes help you target 
potential funders by names of donors, officers, and trustees; 
subject field; geographic area; preferred types of support; 
foundation name; and international giving. 

May 1998 /ISBN 0-87954-766-9 / $150 



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NATIONAL DIRECTORY OF CORPORATE GIVING, 
5th Edition 

Each year, corporations donate billions of dollars to non- 
profit organizations. To help fundraisers tap into this vital 
source of funding, the 5th Edition of the National Directory 
of Corporate Giving offers authoritative information on 2,895 
corporate foundations and direct-giving programs. 

Fundraisers who want access to current, accurate fun- 
draising facts on corporate philanthropies will benefit from 
the full range of data in this volume. The National Directory 
of Corporate Giving features detailed portraits of 1 ,900+ 
corporate foundations plus an additional 990 direct-giving 
programs. Fundraisers will find essential information on 
these corporate grantmakers, including application informa- 
tion, key personnel, types of support generally awarded, 
giving limitations, financial data, and purpose and activities 
statements. Also included in the 5th Edition are over 1 0,000 
selected grants. These grants give you the best indication of 
a grantmaker's funding priorities by identifying nonprofits it 
has already funded. The volume also provides data on 
the corporations that sponsor foundations and direct-giving 
programs essential background information for corporate 
grant searches. Each entry gives the company's name and 
address, a listing of its types of business, its financial data 
(complete with Forbes and Fortune ratings), a listing of its 
subsidiaries, divisions, plants, and offices, and a charitable- 
giving statement. 

The National Directory of Corporate Giving a\so features 
an extensive bibliography to guide you to further research 
on corporate funding. Seven essential indexes help you 
target funding prospects by geographic region; international 
giving; types of support; subject area; officers, donors, and 
trustees; types of business; and the names of the corporation, 
its foundation, and its direct-giving program. 

October 1997 /ISBN 0-87954-722-7 / $225 
Published biennially 



CORPORATE FOUNDATION PROFILES, 10th Edition 

This biennially updated volume includes comprehensive 
information on 195 of the largest corporate foundations in 
the U.S., grantmakers who each give at least $1.2 million 
annually. Each profile includes foundation giving interests, 
application guidelines, recently awarded grants, information 
on the sponsoring company, and many other essential fun- 
draising facts. A section on financial data provides a sum- 
mary of the size and grantmaking capacity of each founda- 
tion and contains a list of assets, gifts or contributions, grants 
paid, operating programs, expenditures, scholarships, and 
loans. A quick-scan appendix lists core financial data on 
some 1,000 additional corporate foundations, all of which 
give at least $50,000 in grants every year. Five indexes help 
grantseekers search for prospective funders by names of 



donors, officers, trustees, and staff; subject area; types of 
support; geographic region; and international giving. 
February 1998 /ISBN 0-87954-761 -8 / $155 
Published biennially 

NATIONAL DIRECTORY OF GRANTMAKING 
PUBLIC CHARITIES, 2nd Edition 

The 2nd Edition of this volume features current informa- 
tion on over 1,000 public charities. With the National Di- 
rectory of Grantmaking Public Charities, grantseekers have 
easy reference to these potential sources of funding, a set 
that includes over 450 community foundations, all of which 
offer some form of financial support to nonprofit organiza- 
tions or individuals, whether it be grants, scholarships, 
fellowships, loans, or in-kind gifts. The National Directory 
includes descriptions of over 5,100 selected grants, which 
often provide the best indication of giving interests. Indexes 
help grantseekers target the most likely grant sources by 
subject interest, types of support, geographic preferences, 
and names of officers and trustees. 
July 1 998 /ISBN 0-87954-802-9 / $11 5 
Published biennially 

GUIDE TO GREATER WASHINGTON D.C. 
GRANTMAKERS, 3rd Edition 

The Guide to Greater Washington D.C. Grantmakers, a 
comprehensive source of information on funding sources in 
the District and surrounding counties, provides current, 
accurate data on over 1,200 grantmakers foundations, 
corporate giving programs, and public charities. Each grant- 
maker portrait includes an application address, financial 
data, giving limitations, and the names of key officials. For 
largerfoundations those that give at least $50,000 in grants 
annually application procedures and giving interest state- 
ments are also provided. In addition, over 1 ,800 descriptions 
of recently awarded grants provide further insight into a 
grantmaker's funding priorities. 
July 1998/ISBNO-87954-803-7/$60 

NEW YORK STATE FOUNDATIONS: A Comprehensive 
Directory, 5th Edition 

New York State Foundations offers fundraisers complete 
coverage of over 5,500 independent, corporate, and com- 
munity foundations throughout New York State in one com- 
prehensive source. Every entry has been drawn from the 
most current sources of information available, including IRS 
990-PF returns and, in many cases, the foundations them- 
selves. Many entries also include descriptions of recently 
awarded grants, the best indication of a grantmaker's giving 
interests. A separate section covers hundreds of outof-state 
grantmakers that fund nonprofits in New York State. Six 
time-saving indexes offer quick access to foundations ac- 
cording to theirfields of interest; international interests; types 



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of support awarded; city and county; names of donors, 
officers, and trustees; and foundation names. 

June 1 997 /ISBN 0-87954-71 7-0 / $180 
Published biennially 

DIRECTORY OF MISSOURI GRANTMAKERS, 2nd Edition 

The Directory of Missouri Grantmakers provides a compre- 
hensive guide to grantmakers in the state over 800 foun- 
dations, corporate giving programs, and public charities 
from the largest grantmakers to local family foundations. The 
volume will facilitate your grantseeking with information- 
filled entries that list giving amounts, fields of interest, 
purpose statements, selected grants, and much more. In- 
dexes help you target the most appropriate funders by 
subject interest, types of support, and names of key person- 
nel. Missouri nonprofits simply cannot afford to conduct 
their grant-seeking without this valuable book! 
July 1999 /ISBN 0-87954-884-3 / $75 

FOUNDATION GRANTS TO INDIVIDUALS, 11th Edition 

The only publication devoted entirely to foundation grant 
opportunities for qualified individual applicants, the 11th 
Edition of this volume features more than 3,800 entries, all 
of which profile foundation grants to individuals. Entries 
include foundation addresses and telephone numbers, fi- 
nancial data, giving limitations, and application guidelines. 
This volume will save individual grantseekers countless hours 
of research. 

May 1999 /ISBN 0-87954-883-5 / $65 
Published biennially 

SUBJECT DIRECTORIES 

The Foundation Center's National Guide to Funding series 
is designed to facilitate grantseeking within specific fields of 
nonprofit activity. Each of the directories described below 
performs the crucial first step of fundraising research by 
identifying a set of grantmakers that have already stated or 
demonstrated an interest in a particular field. Fact-filled 
entries provide access to foundation addresses, financial 
data, giving priorities, application procedures, contact 
names, and key officials. Many entries also feature recently 
awarded grants, the best indication of a grantmaker's fund- 
ing priorities. A variety of indexes help fundraisers target 
potential grant sources by subject area, geographic prefer- 
ences, types of support, and the names of donors, officers, 
and trustees. 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN AIDS, 1st Edition 

This volume covers more than 400 foundations, corporate 
giving programs, and public charities that support AIDS- and 
HIV-related nonprofit organizations involved in direct relief, 
medical research, legal aid, preventative education, and 
other programs to empower persons with AIDS and AIDS- 



related diseases. Grants lists showing the types of projects 
funded by grantmakers accompany most entries. 
June 1999 /ISBN 0-87954-882-7 / $75 

GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR INTERNATIONAL AND 
FOREIGN PROGRAMS, 4th Edition 

The 4th Edition of the Guide to Funding for International and 
Foreign Programs covers over 800 grantmakers interested in 
funding projects with an international focus, both within the 
U.S. and abroad. Program areas covered include interna- 
tional relief, disaster assistance, human rights, civil liberties, 
community development, education, and much more. The 
volume also includes descriptions of more than 6,000 re- 
cently awarded grants. 
May 1998/ISBNO-87954-772-3/$115 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN AGING, 
5th Edition 

The new 5th Edition provides essential facts on close to 
1,400 grantmakers with a specific interest in the field of 
aging. This funding tool includes up-to-date addresses, fi- 
nancial data, giving priorities statements, application proce- 
dures, contact names, and key officials. The volume also 
provides recent grants lists with descriptions of close to 
2,300 grants for over 500 foundation entries. Section II of 
this volume includes basic descriptions and contact infor- 
mation for approximately 85 voluntary organizations which 
offer valuable technical assistance or information to older 
Americans and the agencies that serve them. 
December 1998 /ISBN 0-87954-804-5 / $95 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN ARTS AND 
CULTURE, 5th Edition 

The 5th Edition of this volume covers more than 5,200 

grantmakers with an interest in funding art-colonies, dance 

companies, museums, theaters, and countless other types of 

arts and culture projects and institutions. The volume also 

includes more than 1 2,700 descriptions of recently awarded 

grants. 

May 1998 /ISBN 0-87954-768-5 / $145 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR CHILDREN, 
YOUTH AND FAMILIES, 5th Edition 

The National Guide to Funding for Children, Youth and Families 
provides access to essential facts on over 3,600 grantmakers that 
together award millions of dollars each year to organiza- 
tions committed to causes involving children, youth, and fami- 
lies. Each entry includes the grantmaker's address and contact 
person, purpose statement, and application guidelines. Grant- 
seekers will also find useful descriptions of over 1 3,000 sample 
grants recently awarded by many of these foundations. 
May 1999 /ISBN 0-87954-877-0 / $150 



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NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR COMMUNITY 
DEVELOPMENT, 2nd Edition 

The National Guide to Funding for Community Develop- 
ment contains essential facts on over 2,600 grantmakers. 
Entries feature crucial information: address and contact 
names, giving interest statements, current financial data, key 
personnel, application guidelines, and, in many cases, ex- 
amples of recently awarded grants 1 0,000+ descriptions 
of recently awarded grants provide unique insight into foun- 
dation funding priorities. Indexes help you find the most 
appropriate funders by subject field, geographic area, and 
type of support. 
June 1998 /ISBN 0-87954-769-3 / $135 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR ELEMENTARY 
AND SECONDARY EDUCATION, 5th Edition 

With the publication of the 5th Edition of this volume, 
fundraisers for elementary and secondary education have 
access to information on more than 2,400 grantmakers that 
support nursery schools, bilingual education initiatives, re- 
medial reading/math programs, drop-out prevention serv- 
ices, educational testing programs, and many other nonprofit 
organizations and initiatives. The volume also includes de- 
scriptions of over 6,300 recently awarded grants, the best 
indication of a grantmaker's funding interests. 
May 1999 /ISBN 0-87954-880-0 / $140 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR INFORMATION 
TECHNOLOGY, 2nd Edition 

This new volume provides essential facts on over 400 grant- 
makers that award grants to projects involving information 
technology. The guide also includes useful descriptions close 
to 1,500 recently awarded grants for computer science, engi- 
neering and technology, telecommunications, and media and 
communications. 
May 1999 /ISBN 0-87954-879-7 /$1 15 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR THE 
ENVIRONMENT AND ANIMAL WELFARE, 4th Edition 

The 4th Edition of this guide covers over 2,000 grantmakers 
that fund nonprofits involved in international conservation, 
ecological research, waste reduction, animal welfare, and 
much more. The volume includes descriptions of over 4,800 
recently awarded grants. 
June 1998 /ISBN 0-87954-770-7 / $95 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN HEALTH, 
6th Edition 

The 6th Edition of the National Guide to Funding in Health 
contains essential facts on 4,100 grantmakers interested in 
funding hospitals, universities, research institutes, commu- 
nity-based agencies, national health associations, and a 
broad range of other health-related programs and services. 



The volume also includes descriptions of more than 1 2,600 

recently awarded grants. 

May 1999 /ISBN 0-87954-876-2 / $150 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN HIGHER 
EDUCATION, 5th Edition 

The 5th Edition of the National Guide to Funding in Higher 
Education includes information on over 5,200 grantmakers 
with an interest in funding colleges, universities, graduate 
programs, and research institutes, as well as descriptions of 
more than 1 5,000 recently awarded grants. 
June 1998/ISBNO-87954-771-5/$145 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR LIBRARIES AND 
INFORMATION SERVICES, 5th Edition 

Fundraisers for libraries and information services will 
benefit from the 5th Edition of this volume, which pro- 
vides essential data on more than 600 grantmakers that 
support a wide range of organizations and initiatives, from 
the smallest public libraries to major research institutions, 
academic/research libraries, art, law, and medical librar- 
ies, and other specialized information centers. The vol- 
ume also includes descriptions of over 1 ,000 recently 
awarded grants. 
May 1999 /ISBN 0-87954-878-9 / $95 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN RELIGION, 
5th Edition 

With the 5th Edition of this volume, fundraisers who work 
for nonprofits affiliated with religious organizations have 
access to information on over 4,500 grantmakers that 
have demonstrated or stated an interest in funding 
churches, missionary societies, religious welfare and edu- 
cation programs, and many other types of projects and 
institutions. The volume also includes descriptions of 
more than 6,000 recently awarded grants. 
May 1 999 / ISBN 0-87954-875-4 /$140 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN SUBSTANCE 
ABUSE, 2nd Edition 

The 2nd Edition of this volume contains essential facts on more 
than 580 grantmakers interested in funding counseling serv- 
ices, preventive education, treatment, medical research, resi- 
dential care and halfway houses, and projects addressing alcohol 
and drug abuse, smoking addiction, and drunk driving. The 
volume also includes descriptions of over 680 recently 
awarded grants. 
May 1998 /ISBN 0-87954-773-1 /$95 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING FOR WOMEN 
AND GIRLS, 5th Edition 

The 5th Edition of this volume covers over 950 grantmakers 
with an interest in funding such projects as education schol- 



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arships, shelters for abused women, girls' clubs, health clin- 
ics, employment centers, and other diverse programs. The 
volume also provides descriptions of more than 4,300 re- 
cently awarded grants. 
May 1999/lSBNO-87954-88l-9/$1l5 

GRANT DIRECTORIES 

GRANT GUIDES 

Designed for fundraisers who work within defined fields of 
nonprofit development, this series of guides lists actual 
foundation grants of $10,000 or more in 35 key areas of 
grantmaking. 

Each title in the series affords immediate access to the 
names, addresses, and giving limitations of the foundations 
listed. The grant descriptions provide fundraisers with the 
grant recipient's name and location; the amount of the grant; 
the date the grant was authorized; and a description of the 
grant's intended use. 

In addition, each Grant Guide includes three indexes, 
which help fundraisers target possible sources of funding by 
the type of organization generally funded bythegrantmaker, 
the subject focus of the foundation's grants, and the geo- 
graphic area in which the foundation has already funded 
projects. 

Each Grant Guide also includes a concise overview of the 
foundation spending patterns within the specified field. The 
introduction uses a series of statistical tables to document 
such importantfmdings as (1 ) the 25 top funders in your area 
of interest (by total dollar amount of grants); (2) the 1 5 largest 
grants reported; (3) the total dollar amount and number 
of grants awarded for specific types of support, recipient 
organization type, and population group; and (4) the total 
grant dollars received in each U.S. state and many foreign 
countries. 

The Grant Guide series gives fundraisers the data they 
need to target foundations making grants in their field, to 
network with organizations that share their goals, and to tai- 
lor their grant applications to the specific concerns of grant- 
makers as expressed by the grants they have already made. 
Series published annually in December/ 
1998/1999 Editions/$75 each 

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY GRANTS 

This new grant guide features descriptions of grants for 
engineering and technology; computer science; data proc- 
essing; telecommunications services; e-mail and the In- 
ternet; and computer hardware, software, and CD-ROMs. 
December 1998 /ISBN 0-87954-841 -X/ $75 

CIVIC PARTICIPATION GRANTS 

Civic Participation Grants features descriptions of grants to 
promote citizen involvement in public life, including: re- 



form of political institutions, the promotion of ethics in the 
public sphere, citizen education, freedom of information, 
reform of the tax and Social Security systems, election 
regulation, voter education and registration, naturalization, 
adult and youth leadership development, voluntarism pro- 
motion, and more. 
December 1 998 / 0-87954-829-0 / $75 

TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE/MANAGEMENT 
SUPPORT GRANTS 

This new grant guide provides descriptions of grants to techni- 
cal assistance and nonprofit management providers, and other 
agencies and organizations for operational and management 
assistance including: fijndraising, accounting, budgeting and 
financial planning, strategic and long-range planning, program 
planning, legal advice, developing marketing plans, and hiring 
and training. 
December 1 998 / 0-87954-858-4 / $75 

THE FOUNDATION GRANTS INDEX, 1999 Edition 

A foundation's recently awarded grants offer the best indica- 
tion of its future funding priorities. The all-new 1999 (27th) 
Edition of The Foundation Grants Index tine volume fun- 
draisers have relied upon since 1970 is the most current 
and accurate source of information on recent grantmaker 
awards. The Grants Index has steadi ly expanded its coverage 
since the 1st Edition: it now covers the grantmaking pro- 
grams of over 1,000 of the largest independent, corporate, 
and community foundations in the U.S. and includes more 
than 75,000 grant descriptions in all. 

The new 1 999 Edition of the Grants Index is designed for 
fast and easy grants-based research. Grant descriptions are 
divided into 28 broad subject areas such as health, higher 
education, and arts and culture. Within each of these broad 
fields, the grant descriptions are listed geographically by 
state and alphabetically by the name of the foundation, an 
arrangement that helps fund-raisers find prospective funders 
who share their program interests and fund projects within 
their geographic region. 
December 1 998 /ISBN 0-87954-8 12-6 /$ 1 65 

THE FOUNDATION GRANTS INDEX QUARTERLY 

This unique subscription service gives fundraisers the most 
up-to-date information available, providing important new 
information on foundation funding every three months. Each 
issue of the Quarterly delivers descriptions of more than 
5,000 recent foundation grants, arranged by state and in- 
dexed by subjects and recipients. This enables fundraisers 
to zero in on grants made in their subject area and within 
their geographic region. The Quarter/yalso contains helpful 
updates on grantmakers noting changes in foundation 
address, personnel, program interests, and application 
procedures, as well as a list of grantmakers' recent publica- 



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tions such as annual reports, information brochures, grants 

lists, and newsletters. 

Annual subscription $95/4 issues ISSN 0735-2522 

GUIDEBOOKS, MANUALS, 
AND REPORTS 

AIDSFUNDRAISING 

Published in conjunction with Funders Concerned About 
AIDS, this guide helps nonprofit groups plan a strategy for 
raising money. AIDS Fundraising covers a vast array of 
money-generating initiatives, from membership drives to 
special events, direct mail, and grant applications. 
July 1991 /ISBN 0-87954-390-6 / $10 

ARTS FUNDING: A REPORT ON FOUNDATION 
TRENDS, Third Edition 

Arts Funding provides a framework for understanding recent 
trends in foundation support for arts and culture and spot- 
lights new and leading arts funders. The report focuses on 
grantmaking in 1996 and analyzes over 11,000 arts grants 
awarded by 800+ foundations, providing a detailed picture 
of giving priorities in the field. This new edition of Arts 
Funding includes several enhancements, such as an analysis 
of arts grantmakersand recipients by region, an examination 
of the impact of smaller grants on the field, and brief profiles 
of arts grantmakers that support individual artists. 
November 1998 /ISBN 0-87954-81 3-4 / $19.95 

HEALTH POLICY GRANTMAKING: A REPORT ON 
FOUNDATION TRENDS 

Health Policy Grantmaking explores broad trends in grant- 
maker support for health policy-related activities during the 
1 990s, a period of dramatic growth in health policy funding. 
This report investigates health policy's share of all giving for 
health, presents areas of growth in health policy funding, 
spotlights emerging topics in the field, and identifies lead- 
ing grantmakers by amount of funding and programmatic 
interests. 
September 1998/ISBN 0-87954-814 -2 / $14.95 

INTERNATIONAL GRANTMAKING: 
A Report on U.S. Foundation Trends 

This groundbreaking study maps the dimensions and patterns 
of international giving by U.S. foundations in the 1990s, 
revealing dynamic growth in overseas funding and a dramatic 
shift in priorities tied to the end of the Cold War. The study 
examines more than 1 2,000 international grants made by 500 
U.S. foundations and constructs a detailed picture of who 
makes grants, where the dollars go, and what the grants 
support. Examples include programs that promote sustain- 
able development and the growth of civil society, preserve 
the world's cultural heritage, and protect human rights. 



The study also investigates the practice and challenges of 
international grantmaking, drawn from in-depth interviews 
with experienced funders. Up-to-date profiles of the interna- 
tional programs of 63 leading funders complete the portrait 
of U.S. giving trends. For a comparative view, the report 
features articles on the international activities of Japanese and 
European grantmakers. An extensive bibliography and sum- 
mary of the regulatory framework for crossborder grants make 
this an essential resource for grantmakers, grantseekers, re- 
searchers, and NGOs both inside and outside the U.S. Pre- 
pared in cooperation with the Council on Foundations. 
December 1997 /ISBN 0-87954-760-X/$50 



THE FOUNDATION CENTER'S GRANTS 
CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM INDEXING MANUAL 
WITH THESAURUS, Revised Edition 

A complete ;/ how-to" guide, the Grants Classification Manual 
provides an essential resource for any organization that wants 
to classify foundation grants or their recipients. The Manual 
incl udes a complete set of all classification codes to faci I itate 
precise tracking of grants and recipients by subject, recipient 
type, and population categories. It also features a completely 
revised thesaurus to help identify the "official" terms and 
codes that represent thousands of subject areas and recipient 
types in the Center's system of grants classification. 

May 1995 /ISBN 0-87954-644-1 / $95 



FOUNDATION FUNDAMENTALS: A Guide for 
Grantseekers, 5th Edition 

This comprehensive, easy-to-read guidebook presents the 
facts you need to identify foundation funding sources for 
your organization. Illustrations take you step-by-step 
through the funding research process, and worksheets and 
checklists are provided to help you get started in your 
search for funding. Comprehensive bibliographies, detailed 
research examples, and an index are also supplied. 

June 1994/ISBN 0-87954-543-7 / $24.95 



THE FOUNDATION CENTER'S USER-FRIENDLY GUIDE: 
A Grantseeker's Guide to Resources, 4th Edition 

This helpful book answers the most commonly asked ques- 
tions about grantseeking in an upbeat, easy-to-read style. 
Specifically designed for novice grantseekers, the User- 
Friendly Guide leads the reader through the maze of unfa- 
miliar jargon and wide range of research guides used suc- 
cessfully by professional fundraisers every day. Whether a 
grantseeker needs $ 1 00 or $ 1 00,000 for his or her project or 
organization, The Foundation Center's User-Friendly Guide 
offers an excellent first step in the fundraising process. 
July 1996 /ISBN 0-87954-666-2 / $14.95 



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FOUNDATION GIVING: Yearbook of Facts and Figures 
on Private, Corporate and Community Foundations, 
1998 Edition 

Foundation Giving provides a comprehensive overview of 
the latesttrends in foundation giving in the U.S. This volume 
uses a range of statistical tables to chart foundation giving 
by subject area and type of support, to categorize founda- 
tions by asset and giving amount, and to document other 
noteworthy data such as the breakdown of grants awarded 
by the 1 00 largest foundations. 
July 1998 /ISBN 0-87954-805-3 /$24.95 



THE FOUNDATION CENTER'S GUIDE TO 
GRANTSEEKINGONTHEWEB 

Learn how to maximize use of the World Wide Web for 
your funding research! Packed with a wealth of information, 
including abstracts of hundreds of foundation Web sites and 
a variety of related nonprofit sites of interest, the Guide to 
Crantseeking on the Web provides both novice and experi- 
enced Web users with a gateway to the numerous online 
resources available to grantseekers. Foundation Center staff 
experts have team-authored this guide, contributing their 
extensive knowledge of Web content as well astheirtips and 
strategies on how to evaluate and use Web-based funding 
materials. Presented in a concise, "how-to" style, the Guide 
will introduce you to the World Wide Web and structure 
your funding research with a toolkit of resources. These 
resources include foundation and corporate Web sites, 
searchable databases for grantseeking, government funding 
sources, online journals, and interactive services on the Web 
for grantseekers. 

The Foundation Center's Guide to Grantseeking on the 
Web also includes a guided tour of the Center's Web site, a 
glossary to demystify common terms and a bibliography of 
related resources in the field. This valuable guide will help 
you develop an organized, focused approach to funding 
research on the Web, opening up a whole new arena of 
online resources and saving you valuable research time! 
December 1998 /ISBN 0-87954-800-2 / $19.95 



THE FOUNDATION CENTER'S GUIDE TO 
PROPOSAL WRITING, 2nd Edition 

The Guide is a comprehensive manual on the strategic 
thinking and mechanics of proposal writing. It covers each 
step of the process, from pre-proposal planningto the writing 
itself to the essential post-grant follow-up. The book features 
many extracts from actual grant proposals and also includes 
candid advice from grantmakers on the "do's and don'f s" of 
proposal writing. Written by professional fundraisers who 
have themselves been creating successful proposals for more 
than 25 years, The Foundation Center's Guide to Proposal 
Writing offers the kind of valuable tips and in-depth, practi- 
cal instruction that no other source provides. 
February 1997 /ISBN 0-87954-703-0 / $34.95 



PROGRAM-RELATED INVESTMENTS: A GUIDE TO 
FUNDERS AND TRENDS 

While most foundations make grants to support their pro- 
grammatic interests, some funders have developed an alter- 
native financing approach for supplying capital to the non- 
profit sector known as program-related investing. This type 
of investment has been used to support community revitali- 
zation, low-income housing, microenterprise development, 
historic preservation, human services, and more. 

Program-Related Investments: A Guide to Funders and 
Trends offers a wealth of information on this little-under- 
stood field, including perspectives from providers and re- 
cipients; essays by experts in the field; strategies for success; 
and a directory of over 100 leading PRl providers. A truly 
comprehensive report, Program Related Investments gathers 
all the information you need to understand the ins and outs 
of charitable investing. 
April 1995 /ISBN 0-87954-558-5 / $45 

THE PRl INDEX: 500 FOUNDATION CHARITABLE 
LOANS AND INVESTMENTS 

This volume features crucial facts on loans and other chari- 
table investments made by the growing community of foun- 
dations that make PRIs. Listings of some 500 recent PRIs 
made by 125 foundations include funder name and state; 
recipient name, city, and state (or country); PRl amount; year 
of authorization or payment; and a description of the project 
funded. Four indexes guide PRl-seekers to records by foun- 
dation location, subjed/type of support, recipient name, and 
recipient location. 
June 1997 /ISBN 0-87954-758-8 / $75 



OTHER PUBLICATIONS 

AMERICA'S NONPROFIT SECTOR: A Primer, 2nd Edition 
by Lester M. Salamon 

In this revised edition of his classic book, Lester M. Salamon 
tackles "the widespread lack of knowledge about America's 
nonprofit sector and the role it plays in our social wel- 
fare system/Illustrated with numerous charts and tables that 
clearly explain various aspects of the nonprofit world, 
Saiamon's book is an easy-to-understand primer for govern- 
ment officials, journalists, and students in short, for anyone 
who wants to comprehend the makeup of America's non- 
profit sector. 
January 1999 /ISBN 0-87954-801 -O/ $14.95 

BEST PRACTICES OF EFFECTIVE NONPROFIT 
ORGANIZATIONS: A PRACTITIONER'S GUIDE 
by Philip Bernstein 

This new volume provides guidance for any nonprofit pro- 
fessional eager to advance their organization's goals. Philip 
Bernstein has drawn on his own extensive experience as a 
nonprofit executive, consultant, and volunteer to produce 



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this review of "best practices" adopted by successful non- 
profit organizations. The author identifies and explains the 
procedures which provide the foundation for social achieve- 
ment in all nonprofitfields. Topics include defining purposes 
and goals, creating comprehensive financing plans, evalu- 
ating services, and effective communication. 
February 1997 /ISBN 0-87954-755-3 / $29.95 

THE BOARD MEMBER'S BOOK, 2nd Edition 
by Brian O'Connell 

Based on his extensive experience working with and on the 
boards of voluntary organizations, Brian O'Connell has 
developed this practical guide to the essential functions of 
voluntary boards. O'Connell offers practical advice on how 
to be a more effective board member as well as on how 
board members can help their organizations make a differ- 
ence. He also provides an extensive reading list. The Board 
Member's Book is an invaluable instructional and inspira- 
tional tool for anyone who works on or with a voluntary 
board. 
October 1 993 / ISBN 0-87954-502-X/ $24.95 

CAREERS FOR DREAMERS AND DOERS: A Guide to 
Management Careers in the Nonprofit Sector 
by Lilly Cohen and Dennis R.Young 

A comprehensive guide to management positions in the 
nonprofit world, Careers for Dreamers and Doers offers 
practical advice for starting a job search and suggests strate- 
gies used by successful managers throughout the voluntary 
sector. 
November 1989 /ISBN 0-87954-294-2 / $24.95 

ECONOMICS FOR NONPROFIT MANAGERS 
by Dennis R. Young and Richard Steinberg 

Economics for Nonprofit Managers is a complete course in 
the economic issues faced by America's nonprofit decision- 
makers. Young and Steinberg treat micro-economic analysis 
as an indispensable skill for nonprofit managers. They intro- 
duce and explain concepts such as opportunity cost, analysis 
at the margin, market equilibrium, market failure, and cost- 
benefit analysis. This volume also focuses on issues of 
particular concern to nonprofits, such as the economics of 
fundraising and volunteer recruiting, the regulatory environ- 
ment, the impact of competition on nonprofit perform- 
ance, interactions among sources of revenue, and much 
more. 
July 1995/ISBNO-87954-610-7/$34.95 

HANDBOOK ON PRIVATE FOUNDATIONS 

by David F. Freeman and the Council on Foundations 

This publication provides a thorough look at the issues facing 
the staff and boards of private foundations in the U.S. Author 
David F. Freeman offers sound advice on establishing, staff- 
ing, and governing foundations and provides insights into 



legal and tax guidelines as well. Each chapter concludes 
with a useful annotated bibliography. Sponsored by the 
Council on Foundations. 

September 1991 

Softbound: ISBN 0-87954-404-X/$29.95 

Hardbound: ISBN 0-87954403-1 / $39.95 



THE NONPROFIT ENTREPRENEUR: Creating Ventures 
to Earn Income 

Edited by Edward Skloot 

In a well-organized topic-by-topic approach to nonprofit 
venturing, nonprofit consultant and entrepreneur Edward 
Skloot demonstrates how nonprofits can launch successful 
earned-income enterprises without compromising their mis- 
sions. Skloot has compiled a collection of writings by the 
nation's top practitioners and advisors in nonprofit enter- 
prise. Topics covered include legal issues, marketing tech- 
niques, business planning, avoiding the pitfalls of venturing 
for smaller nonprofits, and a special section on museums 
and their retail operations. 
September 1988/lSBN 0-87954-239-X/$19.95 



A NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION OPERATING 
MANUAL: Planning for Survival and Growth 

by Arnold J. Olenick and Philip R. Olenick 

This straightforward, all-inclusive desk manual for nonprofit 
executives covers all aspects of starting and managing a 
nonprofit. The authors discuss legal problems, obtaining 
tax exemption, organizational planning and development, 
and board relations; operational, proposal, cash, and capi- 
tal budgeting; marketing, grant proposals, fundraising, and 
for-profit ventures; computerization; and tax planning and 
compliance. 
July 1991 /ISBN 0-87954-293-4 / $29.95 



PEOPLE POWER: SERVICE, ADVOCACY, 
EMPOWERMENT 

by Brian O'Connell 

Throughout his career, Brian O'Connell has broadened the 
impact of his own nonprofit work with thoughtful essays, 
speeches, and op-ed articles. People Power, a selection of 
O'Connell's most powerful writings, provides thought-pro- 
voking commentary on the nonprofit world. The 25+ essays 
included in this volume range from keen analyses of the role 
of voluntarism in American life, to sound advice for non- 
profit managers, to suggestions for developing and strength- 
ening the nonprofit sector of the future. Anyone involved in 
the nonprofit world will appreciate O'Connell's penetrating 
insights. 
October 1994 /ISBN 0-87954-563-1 / $24.95 



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PROMOTING ISSUES AND IDEAS: A Guide to Public 
Relations for Nonprofit Organizations, Revised edition 



M Booth & Associates are specialists in promoting the issues 
and ideas of nonprofit groups. Their book presents proven 
strategies that will attract the interest of the people you wish 
to influence and inform. Included are the "nuts-and-bolts" 
of advertising, publicity, speech-making, lobbying, and spe- 
cial events; how to write and produce informational litera- 
ture that leaps off the page; public relations on a shoe-string 
budget; how to plan and evaluate PR efforts; the use of 
rapidly evolving communication technologies; and a new 
chapter on crisis management. 
December 1995 /ISBN 0-87954-594-1 / $29.95 

RAISE MORE MONEY FOR YOUR NONPROFIT 
ORGANIZATION: A Guide to Evaluating and Improving 
YourFundraising & r * 

by Anne L. New 

In Raise More Money, Anne New sets guidelines for a 
fundraising program that will benefit the incipient as well as 
the established nonprofit organization. The author divides 
her text into three sections: 'The Basics," which delineates 
the necessary steps a nonprofit must take before launching 
a development campaign; "Fundraising Methods," which 
encourages organizational self-analysis and points the way 
to an effective program involving many sources of funding; 
and "Fundraising Resources," a 20-page bibliography that 
highlights the most useful research and funding directories 
available. 
January 1991 /ISBN 0-87954-388-4 / $14.95 

SECURING YOUR ORGANIZATION'S FUTURE: A 
Complete Guide to Fundraising Strategies 
by Michael Seltzer 

Michael Seltzer acts as your personal fundraising consultant. 
Beginners get bottom-line facts and easy-to-follow work- 
sheets; veteran fundraisers receive a complete review of the 
basics plus new money-making ideas. Seltzer supplements 
his text with an extensive bibliography of selected readings 
and resource organizations. Highly recommended for use as 
a text in nonprofit management programs at colleges and 
universities. 
March 1987/ISBNO-87954-190-3/$24.95 

SUCCEEDING WITH CONSULTANTS: Self-Assessment 

for the Changing Nonprofit 

by Barbara Kibbe and Fred Setterberg 

This inspirational book, written by Barbara Kibbe and Fred 
Setterberg and supported by the David and Lucile Packard 
Foundation, guides nonprofits through the process of select- 
ing and utilizing consultants to strengthen their organiza- 



tion's operations. The book emphasizes self assessment tools 
and covers six different areas in which a nonprofit organiza- 
tion might benefit from a consultant's advice: governance, 
planning, fund development, financial management, public 
relations and marketing, and quality assurance. 
April 1992 /ISBN 0-87954-450-3 / $19.95 

THE 21ST CENTURY NONPROFIT 
by Paul B. Firstenberg 

In The 21st Century Nonprofit, Paul B. Firstenberg pro-, 
vides nonprofit managers with the know-how to make their 
organizations effective agents of change. The 2 1st Century 
Nonprofit encourages managers to adopt strategies devel- 
oped by the for-profit sector in recent years. These strategies 
will help them to expand their revenue base by diversifying 
grant sources, exploit the possibilities of for-profit enter- 
prises, develop human resources by learning how to attract 
and retain talented people, and explore the nature of lead- 
ership through short profiles of three nonprofit CEOs. 
July 1996 /ISBN 0-87954-672-7 / $34.95 

MEMBERSHIP PROGRAM 

ASSOCIATES PROGRAM 

Direct Line to Fundraising Information 

The Associates Program puts important facts and figures on 
your desk through a toll-free telephone reference service, 
helping you to: 

identify potential sources of foundation funding for 
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gather important information to use in targeting and 
presenting your proposals effectively. 

Your annual membership in the Associates Program gives 
you vital information on a timely basis, saving you hundreds 
of hours of research time, 

Membership in the Associates Program entitles you 
to important funding information, including 
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IRS 990-PF information returns for 49,000+ active 
grantmaking U.S. foundations often the only 
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-boob and periodicals on the grantmaking field, 
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per month. Additional calls can be made at the rate 
of $30 per ten calls. 

Membership in the Associates Program allows you 
to request custom searches of the Foundation 
Center's computerized databases, which contain 
information on close to 50,000 U.S. foundations and 
corporate givers. There is an additional cost for this 
service. 

Associates Program members may request 
photocopies of key documents. Important information 
from 990-PFs, annual reports, application guidelines, 
and other resources can be copied and either mailed 
or faxed to your office. The fee for this service, 
available only to Associate Members, is $2.00 for the 
first page of material and $1 .00 for each additional 
page. Fax service is available at an additional charge. 

All Associates Program members receive the 
Associates Program quarterly newsletter, which 
provides news and information about new 
foundations, changes in boards of directors, new 
programs, and publications from both the 
Foundation Center and other publishers in the field. 

Thousands of professional fundraisers find it extremely 
cost-effective to rely on the Center's Associates Program. Put 
our staff of experts to work for your fundraising program. For 
more information call 1-800-424-9836, or visit our World 
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ELECTRONIC RESOURCES 

FC Search: The Foundation Center's Database 
on CD-ROM, Version 3.0 

The Foundation Center's comprehensive database of grant- 
makers and their associated grants may now be accessed in 
a fully searchable CD-ROM format. FC Search contains the 
Center's entire universe of close to 50,000 grantmaker 
records, including all known active foundations and corpo- 
rate giving programs in the United States. It also includes 
nearly 200,000 newly reported grants from the largest 
foundations and the names of approximately 200,000 trus- 
tees, officers, and donors which can be quickly linked to 
their foundation affiliations. Users can also link from FC 
Search to the Web sites of hundreds of grantmakers.** 

Grantseekers and other researchers may select multiple 
criteria and create customized prospect lists which can be 
printed or saved. Basic or Advanced search modes and special 
search options enable users to make searches as broad or as 
specific as required. Up to 21 different criteria may be selected: 



grantmaker name 


establishment date 


grantmaker type 


corporate name 


grantmaker city 


corporate location 


grantmaker state 


recipient name 


geographic focus 


recipient city 


fields of interest 


recipient state 


types of support 


recipient type 


total assets 


subject 


total giving 


grant amount 


trustees, officers, and 


year grant authorized 


donors 


text search field 



FC Search is a sophisticated fundraising research tool, but 
it is also user-friendly. It has been developed with both the 
novice and experienced researcher in mind. Assistance is 
available through Online Help, a User Manua/ that accom- 
panies FC Search, as well as through a free User Hotline. 

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^Internet access and Netscape's Navigator or Communicator or 

Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser required to access 

grantmaker Web sites and Foundation Center Web site. 

Foundation and Grants Information Online 

The Center's grantmaker and grants databases are also avail- 
able online through The Dialog Corporation. Through this 
dial-up service, you can access the Center's database on your 
computer and design your own search for the foundations and 
corporate givers most likely to support your nonprofit organi- 
zation. Online retrieval provides vital information on funding 
sources, philanthropic giving, grant application guidelines, and 
the financial status of foundations to nonprofit organizations 
seeking funds, grantmaking institutions, corporate contribu- 
tors, researchers, journalists, and legislators. 

For further information on accessing the Center's databases 
directly, contact The Dialog Corporation at 1-800-334-2564. 



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DIALOG User Manual and Thesaurus, Revised Edition 

The User Manual and Thesaurus is a comprehensive guide 
that will help you retrieve essential fundraising facts quickly 
and easily. It will greatly facilitate your foundation and corpo- 
rate giving research through our databases, offered online 
through Dialog. 
November 1995 /ISBN 0-87954-595-X/$50 

Foundation Center's World Wide Web site 
(http://www.fdncenter.org) 

Your gateway to philanthropy on the Web 

The Foundation Center's World Wide Web site (http-//www. 
fdncenter.org) is fast becoming the premier online source of 
fundraising information. Updated and expanded on an al- 
most-daily basis, the Center's site provides grantseekers, 
grantmakers, researchers, journalists, and the general public 
with easy access to a range of valuable resources, among 
them: 

A Grantmaker Information directory with links to more 
than 600 individual grantmaker sites the most 
comprehensive and useful directory of its kind on the 
Internet. 

Philanthropy News Digest, a weekly compendium of 
philanthropy-related articles abstracted from major print 
and online media outlets. Also available as a lislserv. 

The Literature of the Nonprofit Sector Online, a 
searchable bibliographical database with 16,200+ 
entries of works in the field of philanthropy, over 9,700 
of which are abstracted. 

An Online Library, with comprehensive answers to 
FAQs, an online librarian to field questions about 
grantseeking and the Foundation Center, annotated links 
to useful nonprofit resources, and online orientations to 



the grantseeking process one for individual 
grantseekers, the other for fundraisers at nonprofit 



Our popular Proposal Writing Short Course, an 
extensive glossary, valuable tips on the fundraising 
process, and downloadable common grant application 
forms. 

Information about Center-sponsored orientations, 
training programs, and seminars. 

The locations of our 200+ Cooperating Collections 
nationwide, and the activities and resources at our five 
main libraries. 

Foundation Finder, our new free foundation look-up 
tool that provides a foundation's full name, address, 
telephone number, and contact person. Records also 
include brief background data, such as type of 
foundation, assets, total giving, and EIN. 

All this and more is available at our Web site. The Center's 
publications and CD-ROM may also be ordered via the site's 
downloadable or interactive order forms. 



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(212)807-2577 

FC FAX! is a free service, available 24 hours a day to provide the 
latest information on publications, electronic resources, pro- 
grams, and services. Call to request a complete menu of Foun- 
dation Center documents that can be forwarded to your fax 
machine. FC FAX! includes Profiles of the Top U.S Foundations, 
in-depth individual profiles of the largest foundations included 
in The Foundation 1000. Profiles are available at a cost of only 
$5.00 each, and can be ordered using Visa, MasterCard, or 
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FOUNDATION CENTER COOPERATING COLLECTIONS FREE FUNDING INFORMATION CENTERS 

The Foundation Center is an independent national service organization established by foundations to provide an authoritative source of information on 
foundation and corporate giving. The New York, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Cleveland, and San Francisco reference collections operated by the 
Foundation Center offer a wide variety of services and comprehensive collections of information on foundations and grants. Cooperating Collections 
are libraries, community foundations, and other nonprofit agencies that provide a core collection of Foundation Center publications and a variety of 
supplementary materials and services in areas useful to grantseekers. The core collection consists of: 



THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY 1 AND 2, AND SUPPLEMENT 

THEFOUNDATION 1000 

FOUNDATION FUNDAMENTALS 

FOUNDATION GIVING 

THE FOUNDATION GRANTS INDEX 



THE FOUNDATION GRANTS INDEX QUARTK1Y 

FOUNDATION GRANTS TO INDIVIDUALS 

GUIDETO US. FOUNDATIONS, THEIR TRUSTEES, OFFICERS, 

AND DONORS 
THE FOUNDATION CENTER'S GUIDE TO GRANTSEEKING 

ON THE WEB 



THE FOUNDATION CENTER'S GUIDE TO PROPOSAL WRITING 
NATIONAL DIRECTORY OF CORPORATE GIVING 
NATIONAL DIRECTORY OF GRANTMAKING PUBLIC 

CHARITIES 

NATIONAL GUIDE TO FUNDING IN. ... (SERIES) 
USER-FRIENDLY GUIDE 



All five Center libraries have FC Search: The Foundation Center 's Database on CD-ROM available for patron use, and most Cooperating Collections have it as well, 
as noted by the symbol (+). Also, many of the network members make available for public use sets of private foundation information returns (IRS Form 990-PF) for 
their state and/or neighboring states noted by the symbol (*), A complete set of U.S. foundation returns can be found at the New York and Washington, D.C., offices of 
the Foundation Center. The Atlanta, Cleveland, and San Francisco offices contain IRS Form 990-PF returns for the southeastern, midwestern, and western states, 
respectively. Because the collections vary in their hours, materials, and services, it is recommended that you catt the collection in advance. To check on new locations 
or current holdings, call toll-free 1-800-424-9836, or visit our Web site at http://fdncenter.org/collections/index.html. 



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915 Monroe St. < 
Huntsville 35801 Z 
(256)532-5940 g 

UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH ALABAMA * 
Library Building -d 
Mobile 36688 Q 
(334)460-7025 

AUBURN UNIVERSITY AT 
MONTGOMERY LIBRARY** 
7300 University Dr. 
Montgomery 36117-3596 
(334)244-3653 


EL POMAR NONPROFIT RESOURCE 
CENTER * 
1661 Mesa Ave. 
Colorado Springs 80906 
(800)554-7711 

DENVER PUBLIC LIBRARY** 
General Reference 
10 West 14th Ave. Pkwy. 
Denver 80204 
(303)640-6200 


HUMBOLDT AREA FOUNDATION * + 
P.O. Box 99 
Bayside 95524 
(707)442-2993 

VENTURA COUNTY COMMUNITY 
FOUNDATION** 
Resource Center for Nonprofit Organizations 
1317 Del NorteRd., Suite 150 
Camarillo 93010 
(805)988-01% 

FRESNO REGIONAL FOUNDATION + 
Nonprofit Advancement Center 
1999Tuolumne Si, Suite 650 
Fresno 93721 
(209)498-3929 

CENTER FOR NONPROFIT 
MANAGEMENT IN SOUTHERN 
CALIFORNIA* 
314 West 9th Si, Suite 1100 
LosAngeles 90015 
(213)623-7080 

EAST BAY RESOURCE CENTER FOR 
NONPROFIT SUPPORT* 
1203 Preservation Pkwy., Suite 100 
Oakland 94612 
(510)834-1010 

FLINTRIDGE FOUNDATION* 
Philanthropy Resource Library 
1040 Lincoln Ave., Suite 100 
Pasadena 91103 
(626)449-0839 

GRANT & RESOURCE CENTER OF 
NORTHERN CALIFORNIA** 
Building C, Suite A 
2280BentonDr. 
Redding 96003 
(916)244-1219 

LOS ANGELES PUBLIC LIBRARY 
West \fclley Regional Branch Library 
19036 \fcn Owen St. 
Reseda 91335 
(818)3454393 

RIVERSIDE PUB LIC LIBRARY* 
3581 Missionlnn Ave. 
Riverside 92501 
(919)782-5202 


DAN8URY PUBLIC LIBRARY* 
170 Main St 
Danbury 06810 
(203)7974527 

GREENWICH LIBRARY** 
101 West Putnam Ave. 
Greenwich 06830 
(203)622-7910 

HARTFORD PUBLIC LIBRARY * + 
500 Main St. 
Hartford 06103 
(860)543-8656 

NEW HAVEN FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY* 
Reference Dept 
133 Elm SL 
New Haven 06510-2057 
(203)946-8130 


UNIVERSITY OF ALASKA AT 
ANCHORAGE** 
Library 
3211 Providence Dr. 
Anchorage 99508 
(907)786-1847 

JUNEAU PUBLIC LIBRARY* 
Reference 
292 Marine Way 
Juneau 99801 
(907)586-5267 


Santa Ana 92705 K 
(714)953-5757 g 

SANTA BARBARA PUBLIC LIBRARY* ^ 
40EAnapamuSL -j 
Santa Barbara 93101 Q 
(805)962-7653 

SANTAMONICA PUBLIC LIBRARY* Q 
1343 Sixth St. 5 
Santa Monica 90401-1603 
(310)458-8600 -| 

SONOMA COUNTY LIBRARY* 
3rd&ESts. 
Santa Rosa 95404 
(707)5454831 

SEASIDE BRANCH LIBRARY* 
550HarcourtSt 
Seaside 93955 
(408)899-8131 

SONORAAREA FOUNDATION * 
20100 Cedar Rd.,N. 
Sonora 95370 
(209)533-2596 


UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE** 
Hugh Morris Library 
Newark 19717-5267 
(302)831-2432 


PHOENIX PUBLIC LIBRARY** 

1221 N. Central 
Phoenix 85004 
(602) 262-4636 

TUCSON PIMA LIBRARY** 
101 N. Stone Ave. 
Ttaon 87501 
(520)791-4010 


VOLUSIA COUNTY LIBRARY CENTER + 
City Island 
DaytonaBeach 320144484 
(904)257-6036 

NOVA SOUTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY * + 
Einstein Library 
3301 College Ave. 
FortLauderdale 33314 
(954)2624601 

INDIAN RIVER COMMUNITY COLLEGE + 
Charles S. Miley Learning Resource 
Center 
3209VirginiaAve. 
Fort Pierce 34981-5599 
(561)4624757 


WESTARK COMMUNITY COLLEGE- 
BORHAM LIBRARY** 
5210GrandAve. 
Ft. Smith 72913 
(501)788-7200 

CENTRAL ARKANSAS 
LIBRARY SYSTEM** 
700 Louisiana 
Little Rock 72201 
(501)370-5952 



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JACKSONVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARIES * + 
Grants Resource Center 
122N Ocean St. 


EVANSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY * + LEXINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY * + 
1703 Orrington Ave. 140 E. Main St. 
Evanston 60201 Lexington 40507-1376 


WILLARD PUBLIC LIBRARY** 
7W.VanBurenSt. 
Battle Creek 49017 


Jacksonville 32202 


(847)866-0305 (606)231-5520 


(616)968-8166 


(904)630-2665 


ROCK ISLAND PUBLIC LIBRARY + LOUISVILLE FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY* + 


HENRY FORD CENTENNIAL 


MIAMI-DADE PUBLIC LIBRARY * * 
Humanities/Social Science 
101 W. Eaglet St. 


401- 19th SL 301 York St 
Rock Island 61201 Louisville 40203 
(309)788-7627 (502)574-1611 


LIBRARY** 
Adult Services 
16301 Michigan Ave. 
Dearborn 48126 


Miami 33130 
(305)375-5575 

ORLANDO PUBLIC LIBRARY** 
Social Sciences Department 
101 E Central Blvd. 


UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS AT 
SPRINGFIELD** < 
Brookens Library Z 
Shepherd Rd. S 
Springfield 62794-9243 E 




(313)943-2330 

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY * + 
Pordy/Kresge Library 
5265 Cass Ave. 


EAST BATON ROUGEPARBH LIBRARY** 
Centroplex Branch Grants Collection 
120 St. Louis 
Baton Rouge 70802 


Orlando 32801 


(217)206-6633 3 


(504)3894960 


Detroit 48202 


(407) 4254694 







(313) 577-6424 


SELBY PUBLIC LIBRARY ^ 


.j 


BEAUREGARD PARISH LIBRARY * + 
205 S. Washington Ave. 

nDiHHr -1MU 


MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY 
LIBRARIES** 


EVANSVILLE-VANDERBURGH COUNTY 
PUBLIC LIBRARY* 


mmSst. 2 


22 Southeast Fifth SL (318)463-6217 


Social Sciences/Humanities 


Sarasota 34236 ^ 


Evansville 47708 


Main Library 


(941)316-1181 


(812) 428-8200 OUACHITA PARISH PUBLIC LIBRARY + 


East Lansing 48824-1048 




1800 Stubbs Ave. 


(517) 353-8818 


TAMPA-HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY ALLEN COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY ** Monroe" 71201 
PUBLIC LIBRARY * + 900WebsterSt. fll 327.1490 
900 N.Ashley Dr. Ft. Wayne 46802 < ' 


FARMINGTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY * + 
32737 West 12 Mile Rd 


Tampa 33602 


(219) 424-0544 NEW ORLEANS PUBLIC LIBRARY * * 


Farmington Hills 48018 


(813)273-3628 


Business & Science Division 


(810)553-0300 




NDIANA UNIVERSITY NORTHWEST 710 Lovola Ave 




COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF PALM 


IBPAPV iwuiyuMrtve. 
.iBKAKi j^ ew Orleans 70140 


UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN-FLINT * + 


BEACH & MARTIN COUNTIES** 


3400 Broadway /cn^ 596.7580 


Library 


324 Datura St., Suite 340 


Gary 46408 (504) 5%->BU 


Hint 48502-2186 


West Palm Beach 33401 


(219) 980-6582 SHREVE MEMORIAL LIBRARY * + 


(810)762-3408 


(407)659-6800 
ATLANTA-FULTON PUBLIC LIBRARY * + 


INDIANAPOLIS-MARION COUNTY SllSi^inn.! w 
BI mi \r IIRPADV *j. inreveport /LlJfj-aJj 
PUBLIC LIBRARY** m\7.ad 
Social Sciences (318)226-5894 


GRAND RAPIDS PUBLIC LIBRARY * + 
Business DepL 3rd Floor 
60 Library Plaza ME 


Foundation Collection- Ivan Allen 


40 E. St. Clair 


Grand Rapids 49503-3093 


Department 


^^^Lf 6206 Zl MAINE GRANTS INFORMATION 


(616)456-3600 


1 Margaret Mitchell Square 
Atlanta 30303-1089 
(404)730-1900 


(317)269-1733 | CENTER** 
VIGO COUNTY PUBLIC LIBARARY + J University of Southern Maine Ubrary 
1 Library So "^ 314 Forrest Ave. 
i uuiaiy 04. Portland 04104-9301 


MICHIGAN TECHNOLOGICAL 
UNIVERSITY + 
Van Pelt Library 


UNITED WAY OF GEORGIA** 
Community Resource Center 


Tare Haute 47807 nrYman.<\n ' 
(812)232-1113 (207)780-5029 


1400TovmsendDr. 
Houghton 49931 


277 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., 




(906) 487-2507 


Suite 301 <f 
Macon 31201 
(912)7454732 Q| 


CEDAR RAPIDS PUBLIC LIBRARY * + Z 
500 First SL,SE g 


ENOCH PRAH FREE LIBRARY * + 
SodalSdencefc History 
400 Cathedral St 


MAUD PRESTON PALENSKE MEMORIAL 
LIBRARY* 
500 Market St. 


SAVANNAH STATE UNIVERSITY * 
Asa Gordon Library 


Cedar Rapids 52401 at 
(319)398-5123 < 


Baltimore 21201 
(410) 396-5430 


Saint Joseph 49085 
(616)983-7167 


Savannah 31404 
(912)356-2185 


SOUTHWESTERN COMMUNfTY 
COLLEGE** t 




NORTHWESTERN MICHIGAN 
COLLEGE** 


THOMAS COUNTY PUBLIC 
LIBRARY** 


Learning Resource Center H 
ISOlW.TownlineRd. t 


ASSOCIATED GRANTMAKERS OF 
MASSACHUSETTS** 


Mark & Helen Osterin Library 
1701 E. Front St. 


201 N. Madison SL 


Creston 50801 & 


294 Washington St., Suite 840 


Traverse City 49684 


Thomasville 31792 


(515) 782-7081 $ 


Boston 02108 


(616)922-1060 


(912) 225-5252 


X 


(617)426-2606 






PUBLIC LIBRARY OF DES MOINES * + <- 








100 Locust $ 


BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY** $ 


DULUTH PUBLIC LIBRARY** 


i| UNIVERSITY OF HAWAII * * 


DesMoines 50309-1791 * 


Soc.Sci. Reference Q 


520 W. Superior SL 


! Hamilton Library 


(515)2834152 $ 


700BoylstonSL </J 


Duluth 55802 


8 2550TneMall 
I Honolulu 96822 
(808)956-7114 

HAWAII COMMUNITY FOUNDATION 


< Boston iKJ.iv 7 
SIOUX CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY** (617)536-5400 ? 
529 Pierce St. 
Sioux City 51101-1202 WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS FUNDING 5 
(712)252-5669 RESOURCE CENTER + 


(218)723-3802 

SOUTHWEST STATE UNIVERSITY * + 
University Ubrary 
Marshall 56258 


RESOURCE LIBRARY* 


65 Elliot St. 


(507)537-6176 


900 Fort St., Suite 1300 wj 


. Springfield 01101-1730 




Honolulu 96813 < 


DODGE CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY * + (413) 732-3175 


MINNEAPOLIS PUBLIC LIBRARY** 


(808)537-6333 % 


Zgea^Ol WORCESTER PUBLIC UBRARY * + 
(316)225-0248 Grants Resource Center 


Sociology Department 
300 Nicollet Mall 
Minneapolis 55401 


SJ BOISE PUBLIC LIBRARY * * 
7158. Capitol Blvd. 
K Boise 83702 
-1 (208)3844024 


aalem Square 
TOPEKA AND SHAWNEE COUNTY Worcester 01608 
PUBLIC LIBRARY** (508)799-1655 
1515 SW 10th Ave. 
Topeka 66604-1374 ^ 


(612)630-6300 

ROCHESTER PUBLIC LIBRARY* 
lOllndSLSE 
Rochester 55904-3777 


CALDWELL PUBLIC LIBRARY * + 


(913) 233-2040 ^ 


ALPENA COUNTY LIBRARY** 


(507)285-8002 


lOlODearbomSt 
Caldwell 83605 


WICHITA PUBLIC LIBRARY** ^ 


211 N. First SL 
Alpena 49707 


ST. PAUL PUBLIC LIBRARY* 


(208)459-3242 


223 S, MainSt Z 
Wichita 67202 U 


(517)35^188 


90 W. Fourth St. 
SL Paul 55102 





(316)262-0611 5 


UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN^NN 


(612)266-7000 


=| DONORS FORUM OF CHICAGO * + 


AKDUK * T 




M 208 SouhLaSalle, Suite 735 > 
S Chicago 60604 
;j| (312)5784175 = 


| WESTERN KENTUCKY UNIVERSITY* Reference & Research Services E 
l Helm-Cravens Library Department i 
- SSSS, ^ 11 42101 - 357 6 AnnArbor 48109-1205 $ 


JACKSONMNDS LIBRARY SYSTEM *+ 
300 N. State St. 
Jackson 39201 


\ 


r (502)745-6125 (313)764-9373 g 


(601)968-5803 


* 


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CLEARINGHOUSE FOR 
MIDCONTINENT FOUNDATIONS * + 
University of Missouri 
5110Cheny,Suite310 
Kansas City 64110 
(816)235-1176 

KANSAS CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY * t 
311E124SL 
Kansas City 64106 
(816)221-9650 

METROPOLITAN ASSOCIATION FOR 
PHILANTHROPY, INC.** 
One Metropolitan Square, Suite 1295 
211 North Broadway 
St Louis 63102 
(314)621-6220 

SPRINGFIELD-GREENE COUNTY 
LIBRARY** 
397 E. Central 
Springfield 65802 
(417)837-5000 

MONTANA STATE UNIVERSITY- 
BILLINGS** 
Library-Special Collections 
1500 North 30th SL 
Billings 59101-0298 
(406)657-1662 

BOZEMAN PUBLIC LIBRARY** 
220E.Lamme 
Bozeman 59715 
(406)582-2402 

MONTANA STATE LIBRARY** 
Library Services 
1515 E. 6th Ave. 
Helena 59620 
(406)444-3004 

UNIVERSITY OF MONTANA * * 
Maureen & Mike Mansfield Library 
Missoula 59812-1195 
(406)243-6800 


FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF ELIZABETH * + 
US. Broad St. 
Elizabeth 07202 
(908)354-6060 

COUNTY COLLEGE OF MORRIS * + 
Learning Resource Center 
214 Center Grove Rd. 
Randolph 07869 
(201)328-5296 

NEW JERSEY STATE LIBRARY** 
Governmental Reference Services 
185 W. State St 
Trenton 08625-0520 
(609)292-6220 


ROCHESTER PUBLIC LIBRARY * + 
Social Sciences 
115 South Ave. 
Rochester 14604 
(716)428-8128 

ONONDAGA COUNTY PUBLIC 
LIBRARY* 
447S.SalinaSt 
Syracuse 13202-2494 
(315)435-1800 

UTICAPUBLIC LIBRARY* 
303GeneseeSt. 
Utica 13501 
(315)735-2279 

WHITE PLAINS PUBLIC LIBRARY 
lOOMartineAve. 
White Plains 10601 
(914)422-1480 


MANSFIELD/RICHLAND COUNTY 
PUBLIC LIBRARY** 
42W.3idSt 
Mansfield 44902 
(419)521-3110 

TOLEDO-LUCAS COUNTY PUBLIC 
LIBRARY** 
Social Sciences Department 
325 Michigan St. 
Toledo 43624-1614 
(419)259-5245 

PUBLIC LIBRARY OF YOUNGSTOWN & 
MAHON ING COUNTY** 
305WickAve. 
Youngstown 44503 
(330)744-8636 

MUSKINGUM COUNTY LIBRARY + 
220 N. 5m St. 
Zanesville 43701 
(614)453-0391 


R ALBUQUERQUE COMMUNITY 
^ FOUNDATION** 
X 3301 MenualNE, Suite 30 
5 Albuquerque 87176-6960 
5 (505)883-6240 < 

LU NEW MEXICO STATE LIBRARY** = 
Z Information Services A 
1209 Camino Carlos Rey g 
Santa Fe 87505-9860 < 
(505)476-9714 U 

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COMMUNITY FDN. OF WESTERN 
NORTH CAROLINA * + 
Learning Resources Center 
16 Biltmore Ave., Suite 201 
P.O. Box 1888 
Asheville 28802 
(704)2544960 

THE DUKE ENDOWMENT** 
100 N.TryonSt, Suite 3500 
Charlotte 28202 
(704)376-0291 

DURHAM COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY * 
301 North Roxboro 
Durham 27702 
(919)560-0110 

STATE LIBRARY OF NORTH 
CAROLINA** 
Government and Business Services 
Archives Bldg., 109 E.Jones St. 
Raleigh 27601 
(919)733-3270 

FORSYTH COUNTY PUB LIC 
LIBRARY** 
660 W. 5th St. 
Winston-Salem 27101 
(336)727-2680 


S OKLAHOMA CITY UNIVERSITY * + 
Dulaney Browne Library 
5f 2501N.Blackwelder 
^ Oklahoma City 73106 
J (405)521-5822 

TULSA CITY-COUNTY LIBRARY * + 
400 Civic Center 
Tuba 74103 
(918)596-7944 


g NEW YORK STATE LIBRARY** 
Q Humanities Reference ^ 
> Cultural Education Center ~ 
> Empire State Plaza 
C Albany 12230 
Z (518)474-5355 

SUFFOLK COOPERATIVE LIBRARY 
SYSTEM* 
627 N. Sunrise Service Rd. 
Bellport 11713 
(516)286-1600 

NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY* 
Bronx Reference Center 
2556 Bain bridge Ave, 
Bronx 104584698 
(718)5794257 

THE NONPROFIT CONNECTION, INC. + 
One Hanson Place-Room 2504 
Brooklyn 11243 
(718)230-3200 

BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY + t 
Social Sciences Division C 
GrandAimy Plaza '% 
Brooklyn 11238 A 
(718)780-7700 j, 

BUFFALO & ERIE COUNTY PUBLIC fc 
LIBRARY** 
Business & Labor Dept. 2 
Lafayette Square 
Buffalo 14203 Q 
(716) 858-7097 ^ 

HUNTINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY* 
338 Main St. 
Huntington 11743 
(516)427-5165 

QUEENS BOROUGH PUBLIC LIBRARY * 
Social Sciences Division 
89-llMerrickBlvd. 
Jamaica 11432 
(718)990-8671 

LEVITTOWN PUBLIC LIBRARY * t 
IBIuegrassLane 
Levittown 11756 
(516)731-5728 

NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY* 
Countee CuUen Branch Library 
104 W. 136th St 
NewYo 10030 
(212) 491-2070 

ADRIANCE MEMORIAL LIBRARY* 
Special Services Department 
93 Market St 
Poughkeepsie 12601 
(914)485-3445 


OREGON INSTITUTE OF 
O TECHNOLOGY* 
g Library 
tt 3201 Campus Dr. 
Klamath Falls 97601-8801 
(503)885-1773 

PACIFIC NON-PROFIT NETWORK * + 
Grantsmanship Resource library 
33 N. Central, Suite 211 
Medfoid 97501 
(503)77^6044 

MULTNOMAH COUNTY LIBRARY * 

801 SW Tenth Ave. 
Portland 97205 
(503)248-5123 

OREGON STATE LIBRARY** 
State Library Building 
Salem 97310 
(503)3784277 


UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA- 
LINCOLN** 
Love Library 
14th&RSts. 
Lincoln 68588-0410 
(402)472-2848 

W. DALE CLARK LIBRARY** 
Social Sciences Department 
215 S. 15th St 
Omaha 68102 
(402)444-4826 

LAS VEGAS-CLARK COUNTY LIBRARY 
DISTRICT** 
1401 R Flamingo 
Las Vegas 89119 

1 (702)733-3642 

WASHOE COUNTY LIBRARY * + 
301 S. Center St. 
Reno 89501 
(702)785-4010 


BISMARCK PUB LIC LIBRARY* 
515 N. Fifth St. 
Bismarck 58501 
(701)222-6410 

FARGO PUBLIC LIBRARY** 
102 N. 3rd St. 
Fargo 58102 
(701)241-1491 

STARK COUNTY DISTRICT LIBRARY + 
Humanities 
715 Market Ave. N. 
Canton 44702 
(330)452-0665 

PUBLIC LIBRARY OF CINCINNATI & 
HAMILTON COUNTY** 
Grants Resource Center 
800 Vine SL Library Square 
Cincinnati 45202-2071 
(513)369-6940 

COLUMBUS METROPOLITAN 
LIBRARY + 
Business and Technology 
96 S. Grant Ave. 
Columbus 43215 
(614)645-2590 

DAYTON & MONTGOMERY COUNTY 
PUBLIC LIBRARY** 
Grants Resource Center 
215ETnirdSt 
Dayton 45402 
(937)227-9500x211 


S NORTHAMPTON COMMUNITY 
Z COLLEGE* 
^ Learning Resources Center 
*j 3835 Green Pond Rd. 
> Bethlehem 18017 
Z (610)861-5360 

ERIE COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM* 
ft. 160 East Front St. 
Erie 16507 
(814)451-6927 

DAUPHIN COUNTY LIBRARY SYSTEM + 
Central Library 
101 Walnut St 
Harrisburg 17101 
(71 7) 2344976 

LANCASTER COUNTY PUBLIC 
LIBRARY* 
125 N. Duke St 
Lancaster 17602 
(717) 394-2651 

FREE LIBRARY OF PHILADELPHIA * * 
Regional Foundation Center 
Logan Square 
Philadelphia 19103 
(215)686-5423 


PLYMOUTH STATE COLLEGE** 
Herbert H.Lamson Library 
Plymouth 03264 
(603)535-2258 

CONCORD COUNTY LIBRARY + 
45 Green St. 
Concord 03301 
(603) 225-8670 


CUMBERLAND COUNTY LIBRARY + 
800 E. Commerce SL 
Bridgeton 08302 
(609)453-2210 



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CARNEGIE LIBRARY OF PITTSBURGH * + 
Foundation Collection 
4400 Forbes Ave. 
Pittsburgh 152134080 
(412)622-1917 


MEMPHIS & SHELBY COUNTY PUBLIC 
LIBRARY** 
1850 Peabody Ave. 
Memphis 38104 
(901) 725-8877 


LUBBOCK AREA FOUNDATION, INC. + 
1655 Main St., Suite 209 
Lubbock 79401 
(806)762-8061 

NONPROFIT RESOURCE CENTER 


GREATER WENATCHEE COMMUNITY 
FOUNDATION AT THE WENATCHEE 
PUBLIC LIBRARY 
310 Douglas SL 
Wenatchee 98807 
(509) 662-5021 


POCONO NORTHEAST 
DEVELOPMENT FUND* 
James Pettinger Memorial Library 
1151 Oak St 


NASHVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY** 
Business Information Division 
225 Polk Ave. 
Nashville 37203 


OF TEXAS** 
111 Soledad, Suite 200 
San Antonio 78205 
(210)2274333 




^ KANAWHA COUNTY PUBLIC 
Z LIBRARY** 


Pittston 18640-3795 
(717)655-5581 


(615) 862-5843 


WACO-MCLEN NAN COUNTY 
LIBRARY** 


n 123 Capitol St. 
2 Charleston 25301 
> (304)3434646 


READING PUBLIC LIBRARY* Sj 


! | NONPROFIT RESOURCE CENTER * 


1717AustinAve. 




100 South Fifth St. > 
Reading 19602 


' Funding Information Library 
1 SOON. Chestnut, Suite 1511 


Waco 76701 
(254)750-5975 


1 


(610)655-6355 


Abilene 79604 


NORTH TEX AS CENTER FOR 


^ 


MARTIN LIBRARY** 
159MarketSL 
York 17401 
(717)846-5300 


(915) 677-8166 

AMARILLO AREA FOUNDATION * + 
700 First National Place 
SOlS.FiUmore 


NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT * + 
624 Indiana, Suite 307 
WicMtaFalls 76301 
(940) 3224961 


2! U NIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- 
Sg MADISON** 
Z Memorial Library 
P 728 State St. 




Amarillo 79101 





55 Madison 53706 


PROVIDENCE PUBLIC 


(806) 376-4521 


5 SALT LAKE CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY * + 


^ (608)262-3242 


LIBRARY** 
225 Washington SL 


HOGG FOUNDATION FOR 
MENTAL HEALTH** 


p 209 East 500 South 
D| Salt Lake City 84111 


MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY MEMORIAL 
LIBRARY** 


Providence 02906 


3001 Lake AustinBlvd. 


(801)524-8200 


Funding Information Center 


(401)455-8088 


Austin 78703 




1415 W.Wisconsin Ave. 




(512) 471-5041 


7 VERMONT DEPT. OF LIBRARIES * + 


Milwaukee 53201-3141 




BEAUMONT PUBLIC LIBRARY* 


A Reference & Law Infa Services 


(414) 288-1515 




801 Pearl St 


5 109 State Si 


UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN- 




Beaumont 77704 


2 Montpdier 05609 


STEVENS POINT * + 


ANDERSON COUNTY LIBRARY * + 


(409) 838-6606 


j (802)828-3268 


Ubrary Foundation Collection 


202 East Greenville SL 
Anderson 29621 
(864)2604500 


CORPUS CHRISTI PUBLIC LIBRARY * + 
805ComancheSt 
Reference Dept. 




99 Reserve St 
Stevens Point 54481-3897 
(715) 346-4204 


1 HAMPTON PUBLIC LIBRARY* 
Z 4207VictoriaBlvd. 


CHARLESTON COUNTY LIBRARY * + 


Coipus Christ' 78401 


(J Hampton 23669 




68CalhounSt. 


(512)880-7000 


* a57) 727-13 12 


^ NATRONA COUNTY PUBLIC 


Charleston 29401 
(843)805-6950 

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE LIBRARY * + 
1500 Senate St. 


DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY** 
Urban Information 
1515 Young SL 
Dallas 75201 


^ RICHMOND PUBLIC LIBRARY** 
Business, Science & Technology 
101 East Franklin St. 
Richmond 23219 


LIBRARY** 
5 307 E. 2nd St. 
Casper 82601-2598 
| (307)237-4935 


Columbia 29211 


(214)670-1487 


(804)7803223 


^ LARAMIE COUNTY COMMUNITY 


(803)734-8666 

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF 
GREATER GREENVILLE 
27 Cleveland Si, Suite 101 
P.O. Box 6909 


CENTER FOR VOLUNTEERISM & 
NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT * 
1918TexasAve. 
El Paso 79901 
(915) 532-5377 


ROANOKE CITY PUBLIC LIBRARY 
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Charles C. Anderson Family Foundation 

202 N. Court St. 
Florence, At 35630 

Established in 1994 in AL 

Donor(s): Charles C. Anderson. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$581,834 (M); gifts received, $54,000; 

expenditures, $53,728; qualifying distributions, 

$53,728; giving activities include $53,000 for 6 

grants (high: $21,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; higher education; libraries/library 

science; Salvation Army. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to AL. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Charles C. Anderson, Clyde B. 

Anderson, Hilda B. Anderson. 

E1N: 631 133303 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$21,000 to University of North Alabama, 

Florence, AL. 
$20,000 to Salvation Army of Columbus, 

Columbus, MS. 

$5,000 to Riverhill School, Florence, AL. 
$5,000 to Tuscaloosa Academy, Tuscaloosa, AL. 
$1 ,000 to Cherokee Library Friends, Cherokee, 

AL. 
$1 ,000 to Salvation Army, Selma, AL. 



Joel R. Anderson Family Foundation & 

202 N. Court St. 
Florence, AL 35630 

Established in 1995 in AL 
Donor(s): Joel R.Anderson. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assete, 
$693,581 (M); gifts received, $75,000; 
expenditures, $71,646; qualifying distributions, 
$71 ,642; giving activities include $71 ,000 for 6 
grants (high: $40,000; low: $1,000). 
Fields of interest: Higher education; libraries 
(public); youth development, centers & clubs; 
Big Brothers/Big Sisters; Salvation Army. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
limited to Florence, AL, No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Directors: Ashley Ruth Anderson, Carmen 
Anderson, Joel R. Anderson, Timothy K. Corley. 
EIN: 631 133060 



The Anderson Foundation 

2900 AmSouth/Harbert Tower 
19016thAve.N.,No.2900 
Birmingham, AL 35203 

Established in 1991 in AL. 



DonoKs): Anderson News Corp. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$49,880 (M); gifts received, $41 ,369; 

expenditures, $68,351 ; qualifying distributions, 

$68,329; giving activities include $67,500 for 4 

grants (high: $25,000; low: $7,500). 

Fields of interest: Higher education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AL. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Charles C. Anderson, Charles C. 

Anderson, jr., Clyde B. Anderson, Harold M. 

Anderson, Joel R. Anderson, Ruth K. Anderson, 

Terry C. Anderson, Gerald H. Daugherty. 

EIN: 631 045859 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$25,000 to Alabama Institute for Deaf and 

Blind, Talladega, AL. For endowment. 
$25,000 to University of North Alabama 

Foundation, Florence, AL. 
$10,000 to Birmingham-Southern College, 

Birmingham, AL. 
$7,500 to University of Alabama, College of Arts 

and Sciences, Tuscaloosa, AL. 



Andrews Foundation, Inc. 

300 N. 21st St. 
Birmingham, AL 35203 

Established in 1986 in FL. 

Donor(s): Neal L. Andrews, Jr. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,01 1,01 6 (M); expenditures, $52,389; 

qualifying distributions, $50,212; giving 

activities include $50,212 for 16 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $175). 

Fields of interest: Environment; employment; 

children & youth, services; civil rights; public 

affairs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AL and FL. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Neal L. Andrews, Jr., Neal L. Andrews 

(II. 

EIN: 592765829 



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A. H. Bean Foundation 

c/o Regions Bank, Trust Dept. 

2222 9th St. 

Tuscaloosa, AL 35401-2318 

Established in 1985 in AL 

Donor(s):A.H.Bean. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/3 1/97): Assets, 

$1,545,894 (M); expenditures, $104,183; 

qualifying distributions, $92,346; giving 

activities include $92,323 for 5 grants to 

individuals (high: $50,000; low: $2,675). 

Purpose and activities: Awards student aid to 

Christian individuals who are active members of 

a church, enrolled in a post-secondary 

educational institution, and recommended for 

aid by the church minister. 

Types of support: Scholarships-to individuals. 



Limitations: Giving primarily to residents of AL, 
Application information: 

Dead/efe):None 

Directors: John R. Hinton, Connie B. Oswalt. 
EIN: 6361 341 42 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$50,000 to Flatwoods Baptist Church, 

Tuscaloosa, AL. For child care programs. 
$20,000 to Chamber of Commerce of West 

Alabama, AL. 

$15,000 to Ponderosa Bible Camp. 
$1 0,000 to Boy Scouts of America, Black 

Warrior Council, AL. 
$2,675 to Judson College, Marion, AL. 



The Claude Bennett Family Foundation 

P.O. Box 130804 
Birmingham, AL 35213-0804 
Contort: Harold I, Apolinsky, Tr. 
Application address: 2222 Arlington Ave. 5., 
Birmingham, AL 35205 

Established in 1993. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,877,248 (M); expenditures, $1 15,204; 

qualifying distributions, $83,458; giving 

activities include $76,925 for 27 grants (high: 

$17,000; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 

(general); health care, reproductive health; 

AIDS; Protestant agencies & churches; general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Birmingham, AL. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deacf//ne(5j:None 

Trustees: Harold I. Apolinsky, Clark Bennett, 
Nancy Bennett, Katherine Bennett Oleary, J. 
Miller Piggott. 
EIN: 58205291 7 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 

$17,000 to McWane Center, Birmingham, AL. 
$5,000 to Partnership Assistance to the 

Homeless, Birmingham, AL. 
$5,000 to Planned Parenthood of Alabama, 

Birmingham, AL. 
$3,900 to Magic City Childrens Opera 

Company, Birmingham, AL. 
$3,500 to University of Alabama, Birmingham, 

AL. 
$3,000 to Greater Birmingham Ministries, 

Birmingham, AL. 
$2,000 to Harvard University, School of 

Medicine, Cambridge, MA. 
$1,000 to Rhodes College, Memphis, TN. 
$100 to Birmingham AIDS Outreach, 

Birmingham, AL. 
$1 00 to Junior League of Birmingham, 

Birmingham, AL 



The Birmingham Bar Foundation 

2021 2nd Ave. N. 
Birmingham, AL 35203 

Established around 1995. 
Donor(s): Mildred Coleman.* 
Foundation type: Independent 



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Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$1,963,017 (M); gifts received, $235,533; 

expenditures, $1 15,689; qualifying distributions, 

$8,833; giving activities include $8,833 for 1 

grant. 

Fields of interest: Libraries/library science. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Jefferson County, AL No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer and Directors:* William N. Clark,* 

Pres.; Edward Allen, Elizabeth C. Bishop, 

Andrew P. Campbell, Brittin Coleman, Timothy 

Dillard, Boozer Downs, Jr., Edgar M. Elliott III, 

Rick Fernambucq, Carol Sue Nelson, Alton 

Parker, Jr., Lee Pittman, Maibeth Porter, William 

Rose, Jr., Deborah Walker. 

EIN: 631 1245 15 



Blaylock Foundation, Inc. ft 

1707 St. Andrews Dr. 

Tuscaloosa, AL 35406-3046 

Contact: Elizabeth B. Hollingsworth, Pres. 

Established in 1987 in AL 
Donor(s): Elizabeth B. Hollingsworth. 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$717,403 (M); gifts received, $100,350; 
expenditures, $64,774; qualifying distributions, 
$62,088; giving activities include $61,442 for 
15 grants (high: $14,000; low: $195), 
Fields of interest: Higher education; college; 
education; Christian agencies & churches; 
Protestant agencies & churches; religion. 
International interests: South America. 
Types of support: General/operating support; 
equipment. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AL; some giving 
also in South America. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 



Officers: Elizabeth B. Hollingsworth, Pres.; 
James H. Hollingsworth III, V.P.; Lillian Hinton, 
Secy.; Jo Anne Robertson, Treas. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 630967721 



Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: W. Houston Blount, Winton M. Blount, 

Jane Day, Arnold P. Dopson, Dale Schillingberg, 

Ben Walker, Jr., Regions Bank. 

EIN: 636050508 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$32,500 to Catholic High School of 

Montgomery, Montgomery, AL, For middle 

school for general support. 
$20,000 to Success by Six, Montgomery, AL. For 

general support. 
$14,510 to Resurrection Catholic Missions, 

Montgomery, AL. For general support. 
$7,500 to Saint Margarets Services, 

Montgomery, AL. For general support. 
$7,500 to Saint Vincent de Paul Catholic 

Church, Tallahassee, AL For chapel 

maintenance. 
$7,500 to United Way, Montgomery Area, 

Montgomery, AL. For general support. 
$5,000 to Montgomery Addictions Counseling 

Center, Montgomery, AL. For general support. 
$4,837 to Nellie Surge Community Center, 

Montgomery, AL. For general support. 



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The Bruno's, Inc. Foundation 

P.O. Box 2486 

Birmingham, AL 35201-2486 

Established in 1985 in AL 
Donor(s): Bruno's, Inc. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 
$91,948 (M); expenditures, $1 00,147; 
qualifying distributions, $100,098; giving 
activities include $100,000 for 4 grants (high: 
$40,000; low: $10,000). 
Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 
programs; education; health associations. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Birmingham, 
AL. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline(s): None 

Officers and Director:* Paul Garrison,* Pres.; 
Ken Bruno, V.P.; Mike Conley, Secy. 
EIN: 630933924 



The Robert & Mildred Blount Educational 
Charitable Foundation, Inc. 

c/o Regions Bank, Trust Dept. 
8 Commerce St., P.O. Box 511 
Montgomery, AL 36134-0511 

Established in 1954. 

Donor(s): Boyd K. Packer, Donna S. Packer. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,616,153 (M); gifts received, $107,108; 

expenditures, $1 12,469; qualifying distributions, 

$99,684; giving activities include $99,347 for 8 

grants (high: $32,500; low: $4,837). 

Fields of interest: Substance abuse, services; 

human services; federated giving programs; 

Roman Catholic federated giving programs; 

Roman Catholic agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to AL. No grants to individuals. 



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Child Health Foundation 

P.O. Box 530964 

Birmingham, AL 35253-0964 (205)939-9650 

Contact; Dr. Sergio Stagno, Exec. Dir. 

Established in 1985 in AL 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data {yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,550,046 (M); expenditures, $50,566; 

qualifying distributions, $59,238; giving 

activities include $38,000 for 2 grants (high- 

$28,000; low: $10,000). 

Purpose and activities: A private operating 

foundation; the foundation's goal is "to reduce 

illness and disease in the children of the world 

by transfer of medical information and skills 

across international boundaries." 

Fields of interest: Medical school/education; 

health care; health associations; medical 

research; children & youth, services. 



International interests: Central America; South 

America. 

Types of support: Fellowships; research; grants 

to individuals. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to South and Central America. 

Publications: Annual report, application 

guidelines. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* John Trafford,* Chair.; 

Sergio Stagno,* Exec. Dir.; Joseph D. Johnson, 

Mary Laura Stagno, Pablo Vial. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 

EIN: 621 2481 69 



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The Coffey Charitable Trust ft 

1422 Pierce Chapel Rd. 
Wetumpka,AL 36092 

Established in 1996 in AL 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$87,533 (M); gifts received, $143,300; 

expenditures, $57,540; qualifying distributions, 

$57,540; giving activities include $56,720 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: College; Roman Catholic 

federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AL. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: David Coffey. 

EIN: 631 175553 



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Decatur Daily Charitable Trust ft 

c/o AmSouth Bank of Alabama 
P.O. Box 1488 

Decatur, AL 35602 (256)552-9320 
Contact: Doris Drake 

Established in 1984. 

Donor(s): Tennessee Valley Printing Co., Inc. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 
$259,564 (M); expenditures, $198,980; 
qualifying distributions, $198,890; giving 
activities include $193,810 for 10 grants (high: 
$100,000; low: $769). 
Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 
education; hospitals (general); Salvation Army. 
Types of support: General/operating support. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in AL 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

DeafcfsJ.-None 

Trustee: AmSouth Bank of Alabama. 
Advisory Committee: Barrett C. Shelton, Jr., 
Tolly G. Shelton. 
EIN: 6361 31 336 



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Delaney Foundation, Inc. 

371 6 Springhill Memorial Dr. N 
Mobile, AL 36608 



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Established in 1982. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$1,451,328 (M); gifts received, $33,930; 

expenditures, $69,1 84; qualifying distributions, 

$67,637; giving activities include $67,637 for 

44 grants (high: $50,275; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; human 

services; Protestant agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AL. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* James R. Delaney,* 

Pres.; William R. Delaney,* V.P. and Secy.; 

Darlene D. Frost,* V.P. and Secy. 

EIN: 63083241 3 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,275 to Saint Pauls Episcopal School, 

Mobile, AL. 
$1 ,500 to United Way of Southwest Alabama, 

Mobile, AL. 

$700 to Rotary Club of Mobile, Mobile, AL. 
$300 to March Against Crime. 
$300 to Mobile Opera Guild, Mobile, AL. 
$250 to Alabama Association of Independent 

Colleges and Universities, Birmingham, AL. 
$225 to Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, AL. 
$200 to American Cancer Society, Mobile, AL. 
$1 50 to Boy Scouts of America, Mobile Area 

Council, Mobile, AL 
$150 to McCallie School, Chattanooga, TN. 



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Gunter Dixon Foundation, Inc. 

P.O. Drawer 990 

Andalusia, AL 36420 (334)222-3138 

Contact: Gordon S. Jones, Exec. V.P. 

Established in 1982 in AL 

Donor(s): Ellie G. Dixon. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 

$1,858,288 (M); expenditures, $99,796; 

qualifying distributions, $89,734; giving 

activities include $81,000 for 12 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Education, fund raising; 

higher education; medical school/education; 

education; environment; mental health/crisis 

services; medical research. 

Types of support: Building/renovation; 

equipment; program development; research. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AL, with emphasis on Andalusia 

and Covington County. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Martha B. Dixon, Pres.; Gordon S. 

Jones, Exec. V.P.; Phillip G. Jones, 1st V.P. and 

Treas.; Frank McGuire, V.P.; Doris B. Tyler, Secy. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 

EIN: 63081 3623 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$20,000 to Covington County Health 

Department, Andalusia, AL. For office 

equipment. 
$1 5,000 to Impact Family Counseling, 

Birmingham, AL. For general support. 



$1 0,000 to Childrens Hospital of Alabama 

Foundation, Birmingham, AL. For operating 

support. 
$1 0,000 to South Central Alabama Coalition for 

Citizens with Disabilities, Andalusia, AL. For 

Can I Volunteer program. 
$10,000 to South Central Alabama Mental 

Health Board, Andalusia, AL. 
$4,000 to American Red Cross, Andalusia, AL. 

For general support. 
$3,000 to Alabama Kidney Foundation, 

Birmingham, AL. For research. 
$3,000 to Alabama Sheriffs Boys and Girls 

Ranch, Boys Ranch, AL. For general support. 
$2,000 to Alabama Public Television, 

Birmingham, AL. For general support. 
$2,000 to Alabama Sight Conservation 

Association, Birmingham, AL. 



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Thelma Dixon Foundation 

900 S. Three Notch St. 
Andalusia, AL 36420 

Established in 1981 in AL. 

Donor(s): Thelma Dixon. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$497,141 (M); gifts received, $80,000; 

expenditures, $102,432; qualifying distributions, 

$98,846; giving activities include $98,702 for 

16 grants (high: $25,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; public 

affairs, government agencies. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

capital campaigns; scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AL. No grants to individuals, or for 

program-related investments; no loans. 

Publications: 990-PF. 

Trustees: Gordon S. Jones, Thomas G. Mancuso, 

Catherine D.Roland, John E.Vick. 

Number of staff: 2 part-time professional. 

EIN: 630812631 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$14,200 to Huntingdon College, Montgomery, 

AL. For Investment in Values Campaign. 
$8,200 to Auburn University Foundation, 

Athletic Department, Auburn, AL. 
$8,000 to Ludwig von Mises Institute for 

Austrian Economics, Auburn, AL. Toward 

endowment fund for scholarships at Auburn 

University. 
$7,000 to Auburn University Foundation, 

Auburn, AL. For building fund. 
$6,300 to Auburn University, Auburn, AL. For 

Charles Dixon Memorial Scholarships. 
$3,000 to Covington County Commission, 

Andalusia, AL. For rural fire departments fund. 
$2,000 to Andalusia City Schools Foundation, 

Andalusia, AL. For City School Program. 
$1,000 to Andalusia, City of, Andalusia, AL. For 

sight conservation programs and diabetes 

camp. 
$500 to Andalusia Volunteer Rescue Squad, 

Andalusia, IL. 
$500 to Humane Society of Andalusia, 

Andalusia, AL. 



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S. E. & Margaret W. Dove Christian 
Foundation 

1751 KinseyRd. 

Dothan,AL 36302 

Contact: S. Earl Dove, Pres. 

Application address: P.O. Box 6827, Dothan, AL 

36302; Tel.: (334) 793-2284 

Established in 1982 in AL 

Donor(s):S. Earl Dove. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,1 77,410 (M); expenditures, $194,043; 

qualifying distributions, $190,01 6; giving 

activities include $1 90,744 for 5 grants (high: 

$82,744; low: $10,000). 

Fields of interest: Human services; federated 

giving programs; Protestant agencies & churches. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

building/renovation. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AL. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Deadline: None 

Officers: S. Earl Dove, Pres.; Margaret W. Dove, 
V.P.; Charles E. Coggins, Treas. 
EIN: 630836252 



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The G. Mack and Nancy R. Dove 
Foundation 

(Formerly The Dove Foundation) 

1751 KinseyRd. 

Dothan, AL 36302 

Contact: G. Mack Dove, Pres. 

Application address: P.O. Box 6827, Dothan, AL 

36302; Tel,: (334) 793-2284 

Established in 1982. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$588,956 (M); expenditures, $195,872; 

qualifying distributions, $1 93,314; giving 

activities include $1 93,524 for 26 grants (high: 

$35,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; education; children & youth, 

services; family services. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

capital campaigns. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AL. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Deadline(s): None 

Officers: G. Mack Dove, Pres.; Nancy R. Dove, 
V.P.; Charles E. Coggins, Treas. 
EIN: 630836253 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$35,000 to First Presbyterian Church. 
$25,000 to Alabama Educational Television 

Foundation Authority, Birmingham, AL. 
$25,000 to Family Service Center. 
$21 ,1 80 to Troy State University, Montgomery, 

AL. For computer lab fund. 
$12,000 to House of Ruth. 
$6,250 to Alabama Institute for Deaf and Blind, 

Talladega,AL. 

$6,000 to United Way, Wiregrass, Dothan, AL. 
$2,000 to Boy Scouts of America. 



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$1,644 to Close Up Foundation, Alexandria, VA. 
$1 ,000 to University of the South, Sewanee, TN. 



David R.Dunla P/ jr. Memorial Trust 

c/o Regions Bank 
P.O. Drawer 2527 
Mobile, AL 36622 
Contact: David R.Dunlap, Jr. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,841,633 (M); expenditures, $223,580; 

qualifying distributions, $201 ,430; giving 

activities include $1 87,988 for 207 loans to 

individuals (high: $14,000; low: $1). 

Purpose and activities: Awards student loans for 

higher education to local residents, employees 

of trustee bank, or Alabama Dry Docks & 

Shipbuilding Co. 

Types of support: Student loans to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to residents of 

Mobile and Baldwin counties, AL. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead//nefc):June30 

Board meeting date(s): July 
Trustee: Regions Bank. 
EIN: 636020944 



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The Oscar N. Edge Scholarship Foundation 

c/o Pike County Board of Education 

21HakeAve. 

Troy,AL 36081-2699 (334)566-1850 

Established around 1983. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 05/31/97): Assets, 
$601,260 (M); gifts received, $29,470; 
expenditures, $107,025; qualifying distributions, 
$104,042; giving activities include $98,275 for 
41 grants to individuals and $5,533 for loans to 
individuals (high: $1 4,829; low: $1 66). 
Purpose and activities: Awards interest-free 
student loans for postsecondary education to 
high school students residing in Pike County, AL. 
Types of support: Student loans to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to Pike County, AL. 
Application information: Application form 
required. 

Deao7/ne(sJ;None 

Officers: William C. Stone, Pres.;John W. 
Vaughn, V.P.; John R. Key, Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 630835559 



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The Haley Foundation & 

315McCordRd. 
Dothan,AL 36301-9447 

Established in 1994 in AL 
Donorfc): John H.Haley, jr. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 11/30/97): Assets, 
$516,273 (M); expenditures, $74,450; 
qualifying distributions, $73,706; giving 
activities include $74,450 for grants. 



Fields of interest: Higher education; boys & girls 
clubs; Christian agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 
grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officer: John H.Haley, Jr., Pres. 
EIN: 631 133946 



22 
Ben F.Harrison Foundation, Inc. 

P.O. Box 250 
Greenville, AL 36037 

Established in 1979 in FL. 
Donor(s): Harrison Industries, Inc. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/96): Assets, 
$93,192 (M); gifts received, $1 50,000; 
expenditures, $100,149; qualifying distributions, 
$100,1 10; giving activities include $1 00,100 for 
6 grants (high: $50,000; low: $100). 
Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to 
Baptist churches and for higher education. 
Fields of interest: University; heart/circulatory 
disease; Protestant agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in Birmingham, AL, and FL. No grants 
to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: B.F. Harrison, Pres.; E.C. McGarity, Jr., 
V.P.; R.C. McSpadden, Secy.-Treas. 
Director: Carol M. Harrison. 
EIN: 630781 485 



23 
Hartselle Scholarship Foundation & 

c/o South Trust Bank of Alabama, N.A. 
P.O. Box 267 
Huntsville,AL 35804 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,026,084 (M); gifts received, $100; 

expenditures, $68,813; qualifying distributions, 

$68,81 3; giving activities include $61 ,990 for 

86 grants to individuals. 

Purpose and activities: To award college 

scholarships to graduates of Hartselle H.S. 

Fields of interest: Education. 

Types of support: Scholarships-^ individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Hartselle, AL. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deadline: April 1 

Officers: Glenn F. Thompson, Chair.; Larry W. 
Madison, Vice-Chair.; Jeffrey M. Gray, Secy 
William H.PuckettJreas. 
Director: William H.Watson. 
EIN: 631045867 



24 
The Healthsouth Foundation* 

IHealthsouthPkwy. 
Birmingham, AL 35243 
Contact: Richard Botts 

Established in 1996 in AL 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 



Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$519,1 60 (M); gifts received, $604,332; 

expenditures, $85,172; qualifying distributions, 

$85,172; giving activities include $70,770 for 3 

grants (high: $60,000; low: $770). 

Fields of interest: Arthritis; Boy Scouts; youth 

development. 

Limitations: Giving limited to AL. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Written statement of purpose 
Officers: Richard M. Scrushy, Pres.; Anthony J. 
Tanner, Secy.; Michael D. Martin, Treas. 
EIN: 631 166647 



25 
The Hess Foundation* 

2828 Balmoral Rd. 
Birmingham, AL 35223 
Contact: Shirley Hess, Pres. 

Established in 1966. 

Donor(s): Shirley Hess. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$846,976 (M); gifts received, $243,090; 

expenditures, $101,748; qualifying distributions, 

$95,660; giving activities include $96,200 for 

26 grants (high: $25,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Music; performing arts, 

education; legal services; human services; 

Jewish agencies & temples; general charitable 

giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AL and FL. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter or proposal 

Deadline(s): None 

Officers and Directors:* Shirley Hess,* Pres.; 
Donald Hess,* V.P.;Jo Ann Morrison. 
EIN: 63605671 7 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$25,000 to Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 

Montgomery, AL. 
$1 5,000 to Jewish Federation of Birmingham, 

Birmingham, AL. 3 grants: $5,000 each. 
$10,000 to Birmingham Museum of Art, 

Birmingham, AL. 2 grants: $5,000 each. 
$10,000 to Florida Studio Theater, Sarasota, FL. 

2 grants: $5,000 each. 
$5,000 to Alabama Humanities Foundation, 

Birmingham, AL. 
$5,000 to Alabama Symphony Orchestra, 

Birmingham, AL, 



26 

Caroline P. and Charles W. Ireland 
Foundation 

(Formerly C Foundation) 

c/oAmSouth Bank of Alabama 

P.O. Box 11 426 

Birmingham, AL 35202-1426 (205)326-4696 

Contact: Leah F. Scalise, V.P. and Trust Off., 

AmSouth Bank of Alabama 

Established in 1977 in AL. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,675,708 (M); expenditures, $199,379; 

qualifying distributions, $186,61 3; giving 

activities include $1 85,100 for 29 grants (high- 

$50,000; low: $1 00; average: $1 ,000-$5,000). 



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Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs; higher education. 

Types of support: Annual campaigns; capital 

campaigns; building/renovation; equipment. 

Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline(s): None 

Officer and Directors:* Caroline Ireland,* Pres.; 
John Arthur Jones, Cynthia Wilson. 
Agent: AmSouth Bank of Alabama. 
BIN: 6361 06086 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1 997. 
$50,000 to University of Alabama, Birmingham, 

AL. 

$50,000 to Whittier College, Whittier, CA. 
$1 7,000 to New Orleans Museum of Art, New 

Orleans, LA. 
$1 0,000 to United Way of Central Alabama, 

Birmingham, AL. 
$10,000 to University of Florida, Samuel P. Harn 

Museum, Gainesvi I le,FL. 
$6,000 to Birmingham Museum of Art, 

Birmingham, AL 
$5,000 to Birmingham-Southern College, 

Birmingham, AL. 

$5,000 to Guggenheim Museum, NYC, NY. 
$2,500 to Bishops School, La Jolla, CA. 
$2,500 to Friends of Art and Preservation in 

Embassies, DC. 



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Caroline Lawson Ivey Memorial 
Foundation, Inc. 

1 725 E. University Blvd. 

Auburn, AL 36831-2028 (334)826-5760 

Contact: Callie Brooks, Prog. Dir. 

Additional address: P.O. Box 2028, Auburn, AL 

36831-2028; E-mail: climf@mindspring.com; 

URL: httpyAvww.mindspring.com/~climf/ 

index.html 

Established in 1986 in AL 

Donor(s): Oliver Turner Ivey.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,590,643 (M); gifts received, $43,000; 

expenditures, $103,51 3; qualifying distributions, 

$103,51 3; giving activities include $27,289 for 

1 2 grants (high: $7,000; low: $436) and 

$32,333 for 42 grants to individuals (high: 

$1,000; low: $667). 

Purpose and activities: To award scholarships to 

persons preparing to teach Social Studies in 

public schools at the middle or secondary tiers. 

Grants to implement the Cultural Approach in 

classrooms and for workshops for teachers to 

learn the Cultural Approach to teaching history. 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; higher education. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

conferences/seminars; curriculum development; 

grants to individuals; scholarships-4o 

individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AL. 

Publications: Application guidelines. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter, E-mail, or telephone 
Deadline: April 21 for scholarships 



Board meeting date(s): Mar. 1 3, April 28, and 
Nov. 19 

Final notification: May 1 for scholarships 
Officers and Directors:* F. Stevenson Brice,* 
Chair, and Treas.; Andrew C. Weaver,* Pres.; 
Curtis T. Henson,* V.P.; Donathon C. Olliff,* 
V.P.; Ruth H. Williamson,* V.P.; Laura M. Brice,* 
Secy. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 
EIN: 63094041 3 



28 
The JADO Fund 

c/o Regions Bank, Trust Dept. 

P.O. Box 51 1 

Montgomery, AL 36101-0511 

Established in 1983. 

Donor(s): Adolph Weil, Jr., Mrs. Adolph Weil. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,138,333 (M); expenditures, $83,387; 

qualifying distributions, $81,660; giving 

activities include $81 ,300 for 28 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs; education; children & youth, services; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Montgomery, AL. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Regions Bank, Trust Dept. 

Advisory Committee: Mrs. Adolph Weil, Jr. 

EIN: 630835562 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$25,438 to Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, 

Montgomery, AL. 
$1 8,333 to Montgomery Area Zoological 

Society, Montgomery, AL. 
$1 0,000 to American Cancer Society. 
$1 ,000 to Montgomery Academy, Montgomery, 



29 

Terry W. Johnson and Sheron B. Johnson 
Charitable Trust 

3900 Montclair Rd., Ste. 301 
Birmingham, AL 35213 
Contact: Terry W. Johnson, Tr. 

Established in 1988 in AL. 

Donor(s): Terry W.Johnson. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$223,993 (M); gifts received, $5,1 12; 

expenditures, $1 70,621 ; qualifying distributions, 

$1 67,014; giving activities include $1 63,261 for 

1 6 grants (high: $80,000; low: $1 00). 

Fields of interest: Education; children & youth, 

services; aging, centers & services; aging. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Birmingham, 

AL. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 



Final notification: Within 2 months 
Trustees: Terry W. Johnson, Jean Morris. 
EIN: 570884953 



Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$80,000 to Big Oak Ranch, Gadsden, AL. For 

general support. 
$35,400 to Boy Scouts of America, Birmingham 

Area Council, Birmingham, AL. For general 

support. 
$20,000 to Cornerstone Schools of Alabama, 

Birmingham, AL. For general support. 
$6,000 to American Cancer Society, 

Birmingham, AL. For general support. 
$5,000 to Magic Moments, Birmingham, AL. For 

general support. 
$1,500 to Camp Smile-A-Mile, Birmingham, AL. 

For general support. 
$1,000 to PATH Center for Women and 

Children, Birmingham, AL. For general 

support. 
$1,000 to Robert W. Woodruff Arts Center, 

Atlanta, GA. For general support. 
$500 to Birmingham Festival of Arts, 

Birmingham, AL. For general support. 
$100 to Habitat for Humanity, Birmingham, AL. 

For general support. 



30 

The Nelson and Charleen Kemp 
Foundation 

1400 Park PI. Tower 

Birmingham, AL 35203 

Contact: Mary Frank Hyche, V.P. 

Application address: P.O. Box 236, Winfield, AL 

35594; Tel.: (205) 487-31 39 

Established in 1987 in AL. 
Donor(s): Charleen M. Kemp. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 
$1,184,927 (M); gifts received, $200,000; 
expenditures, $85,764; qualifying distributions, 
$78,947; giving activities include $78,750 for 
27 grants (high: $11 ,500; low: $250). 
Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 
education; higher education; hospitals (general); 
medical research; residential/custodial care. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in AL. No grants to 
individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter or proposal 

Deadline: None 

Officers and Trustees:* Charleen M. Kemp,* 
Pres.; Mary Frank Hyche,* V.P. and Secy.-Treas.; 
C.E. Bryant, Jr., Thomas N. Carruthers, Jr., John 
S.Henley. 
EIN: 630981 693 



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Malbis Memorial Foundation & 

P.O. Box 639 
Daphne, AL 36526 

Established in 1995. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,780,794 (M); gifts received, $54,748; 

expenditures, $1 1 5,867; qualifying distributions, 

$ 1 1 ,071 ; giving activities include $ 1 1 ,085 for 36 

grants (high: $500; low: $100). 

Purpose and activities: Primarily religious 

purposes; maintains a local Greek Orthodox 

church; emphasis on church support and social 

services. 



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Fields of interest: Human services; Salvation 

Army; Christian agencies & churches; Orthodox 

Catholics; religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AL. No grants to individuals. 

Application Information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Antigone Papageorge, Pres.; George 

Malbis, V.P.; Mary Wilkinson, Secy.; Bessie 

Papas, Treas. 

Trustees: Fr, James Cleondis, William Scourtes. 

EIN: 636044881 



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The McAbee Construction Foundation 

1 800 McFarland Blvd. N.,Ste. 100 
Tuscaloosa, AL 35403 
Confacf: Leroy McAbee, Pres. 
Application address: 5724 21st St., Tuscaloosa, 
AL 35401; Tel.: (205) 349-221 2 

Established in 1983. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 
$1,1 19,408 (M); expenditures, $74,032; 
qualifying distributions, $56,300; giving 
activities include $56,300 for 21 grants (high: 
$17,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 
services; youth, services; hospices; Protestant 
agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Tuscaloosa, AL. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 
Deadline: None 

Officers: Leroy McAbee, Pres.; Harold McAbee, 
V.P.; Ruth McAbee, Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 630843625 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$1 7,000 to First Baptist Church, Tuscaloosa, AL. 
$7,000 to Boy Scouts of America, Black Warrior 

Council, Tuscaloosa, AL. 
$5,300 to Hospice of West Alabama, 

Tuscaloosa, AL. 
$5,000 to Salvation Army of Tuscaloosa, 

Tuscaloosa, AL. 
$5,000 to Shelton State Community College, 

Tuscaloosa, AL. 
$2,000 to University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 

AL. 
$1 ,000 to YMCA, Tuscaloosa Metropolitan, 

Tuscaloosa, AL. 
$500 to Boys and Girls Clubs of Tuscaloosa, 

Tuscaloosa, AL. 
$500 to Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., Tombigbee 

Council, Tuscaloosa, AL. 
$500 to Stillman College, Tuscaloosa, AL. 



33 
The A. McDonald Family Foundation 

3867 Pine ln.,Ste.151-A 
Bessemer, AL 35022 

Established in 1995. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1 ,651 ,458 (M); expenditures, $78,980; 
qualifying distributions, $76,398; giving 
activities include $77,190 for 8 grants (high: 
$45,000; low: $1,000). 



Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
education; health associations. 
Limitations: Giving limited to the southeastern 
U.S., particularly AL. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadlines): 00.31 

Board meeting date(s): Dec. 
Officers and Directors:* Jennifer C. McDonald,* 
Pres.; Kathryn A. McDonald,* V.P.; A. Jefferson 
McDonald, Jr.,* Secy.; John L. McDonald,* Treas. 
EIN: 631 148087 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$45,000 to Greater Birmingham Foundation, 

Birmingham, AL. 
$1 0,000 to University of Alabama in 

Birmingham Medical Center, Birmingham, 

AL. For Allan J. McDonald Memorial fund for 

Gene Therapy Research. 
$8,000 to Beat, Inc., Birmingham, AL. 
$7,190 to University of Alabama, Birmingham, 

AL. For hospice program. 
$2,500 to Magic City Harvest, Birmingham, AL 
$2,500 to McWane Center, Birmingham, AL. 
$1,000 to Alabama Theater, Birmingham, AL. 
$1 ,000 to Canterbury United Methodist Church, 

Birmingham, AL. For youth group program. 



34 
Mclntosh Area Betterment Association 

P.O. Box 28 

Mclntosh, AL 36553-0028 

Donor(s): CIBA-GEIGY Corp., Olin Corp. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 
$8,028 (M); gifts received, $72,734; 
expenditures, $1 10,847; qualifying distributions, 
$110,847; giving activities include $106,359 for 
1 1 grants (high: $21,029; low: $2,000). 
Purpose and activities: Support limited to the 
town of Mclntosh, AL, for health, educational, 
historical, recreational, environmental and 
cultural activities. 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
education; environment; youth, services; 
federated giving programs; governmenl/public 
administration; Christian agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Giving limited to Mclntosh, AL. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Nelson Smith, Pres.; Joseph Rytlewski, 
Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 630725021 



35 
Forrest C. Mobley Foundation 

1797 Andrews Mill Rd. 
Tallassee,AL 36078-0000 
Contact: Nancy M. Mobley, Tr. 

Established in 1985 in AL 
Donor(s): Forrest C. Mobley M-1 Trust. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/96): Assets, 
$943,943 (M); expenditures, $90,71 5; 
qualifying distributions, $87,693; giving 
activities include $76,652 for grants. 



Purpose and activities: "Primary interests 
include Christian marriage and family." 
Fields of interest: Christian agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in AL. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 

Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 
Trustees: Forrest C. Mobley, Jr., Nancy M. 
Mobley. 
EIN: 596835987 



36 

Gloria Narramore Moody Foundation, 
Inc.* 

P.O. Box 1029 

Tuscaloosa, AL 35403 (205)333-1440 

Contact: Pamela Penick, Admin. Asst. 

Established in 1990 in AL 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$710,386 (M); gifts received, $151,970; 
expenditures, $149,322; qualifying distributions, 
$145,912; giving activities include $131,650 for 
33 grants (high: $25,000; low: $1 00; average: 
$300-$2,000). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; music; 
orchestra (symphony); humanities; libraries 
(public). 

Types of support: General/operating support; 
continuing support; building/renovation; 
program development; fellowships; grants to 
individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AL. 
Publications: Financial statement, application 
guidelines (including application guidelines), 
990-PF. 

Application information: Application form 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 
Copies of proposal: 6 
Deadline: None 
Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 
Officers and Directors:* Gloria N. Moody,* 
Pres.; Celeste Burnum,* V.P.; Hugh Rowe 
Thomas,* V.P.; Frank Moody, Jr.,* Secy.; Larry W. 
O'Neal,* Treas.; Sara Moody. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 
EIN: 634020569 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$30,000 to Boston Symphony Orchestra, 

Boston, MA. 2 grants: $25,000 (For annual 

pledge), $5,000 (For Evening of Stars). 
$1 2,500 to Alabama Symphony Orchestra, 

Birmingham, AL 2 grants: $10,000, $2,500. 
$7,500 to Tanglewood Music Center, Lenox, 

MA. For annual fellowship. 
$5,500 to Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 

Montgomery, AL. 2 grants: $3,000 (For 

Carnevale program), $2,500. 
$3,750 to Metropolitan Opera Association, 

NYC, NY. 
$1,000 to Metropolitan Opera, NYC, NY For 

pledge. 
$1 ,000 to Tuscaloosa Academy, Tuscaloosa, AL. 

For annual pledge. 



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37 
B. C. Moore & Sons, Inc. Foundation 

c/o Compass Bank, Trust Dept. 

P.O. Box 10566 

Birmingham, AL 35296 

Contact; M. Hall 

Application address: Carl E. Bennett, c/o B.C. 

Moore & Sons, Inc., P.O. Drawer 72, 

Wadesboro,NC28170 

Established in 1951. 

Donor(s): B.C. Moore & Sons, Inc. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 01/31/97): Assets, 

$1,879,784 (M); expenditures, $97,386; 

qualifying distributions, $81,006; giving 

activities include $79,300 for 34 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 

services; federated giving programs; science; 

religion. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AL, GA, NC, 

and SC. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 



Deadline(s): None 
Trustee: Compass Bank. 
EIN: 566062082 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$10,000 to Chesterfield-Marlboro Technical 

College, Cheraw, SC. For general support. 
$6,000 to Georgia Foundation for Independent 

Colleges, Atlanta, GA. For general support. 
$6,000 to United Negro College Fund, Fairfax, 

VA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Brevard College, Brevard, NC. For 

general support. 
$4,500 to Spartanburg Methodist College, 

Spartanburg, SC. For general support. 
$3,000 to Billy Graham Evangelistic 

Association. For general support. 
$3,000 to Wingate University, Wingate, NC. For 

general support. 
$2,500 to Saint Andrews Presbyterian College, 

Laurinburg, NC. For general support. 
$1,000 to Greenville County Library, Greenville, 

SC. for general support. 
$1 ,000 to Hospice of Chesterfield County, 

Chesterfield, SC. For general support. 



38 
Orinoco Foundation Agency & 

899AlfordAve. 
Birmingham, AL 35226 

Established in 1991 in AL. 

Donor(s): Samuel T. Nash, Jr. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,231,224 (M); expenditures, $76,134; 

qualifying distributions, $63,025; giving 

activities include $63,000 for 4 grants (high: 

$17,700; low: $14,100). 

fields of interest: Hospitals (psychiatric); 

federated giving programs; Christian agencies & 

churches. 

Types of support: Research. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 



Officer and Directors:* Amelia J. Nash,* Pres.; 
Carolina Endert, Thomas A. Mitchell, Jr. 
EIN: 631 055908 



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The Phillips Family Foundation ft 

100 Cherry Hill PI. 
Montgomery, AL 36117 

Established in 1996 in AL 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$3,426 (M); gifts received, $57,246; 

expenditures, $53,820; qualifying distributions, 

$53,820; giving activities include $53,801 for 9 

grants (high: $20,000; low: $700). 

Fields of interest: Religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Montgomery, AL. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Gary E. Phillips, Chair.; Ellen Phillips, 

Secy. 

EIN: 631 155831 



40 
Pleiad Foundation* 

3225 Sterling Rd. 
Birmingham, AL 35213 
Contact; Carrie McMahon, Pres. 

Established in 1995 in AL 
Donor(s): Betty T. McMahon, John J. McMahon, 
Jr. f David A. McMahon, Joel W. McMahon, John 
J. McMahon III, Buffalo News. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 
$1,296,469 (M); gifts received, $1,103,246; 
expenditures, $42,672; qualifying distributions, 
$41 ,883; giving activities include $42,000 for 
1 1 grants (high: $1 2,000; low: $1,000). 
Fields of interest: Higher education; college 
(community/junior); education; zoos/zoological 
societies; cerebral palsy; religion. 
Limitations: Giving limited to Birmingham, AL. 
Officer: Carrie C. McMahon, Pres. 
Directors: Ashely R. McMahon, Betty T. 
McMahon, David A. McMahon, Joel W. 
McMahon, John J. McMahon, Jr., John J. 
McMahon III. 
EIN: 631159236 



41 
John A. & Delia T. Robert Charitable Trust 

No, 2^ 

c/o Compass Bank-Personal Tr. Dept 
P.O. Box 10566 

Birmingham, AL 35296 (205)558-6717 
Contact: Mitzie Hall 

Established in 1995 in AL. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$1,273,444; expenditures, $83,636; qualifying 

distributions, $61,147; giving activities include 

$60,633 for 8 grants (high: $25,000; low: 

$2,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving to religious, 

scientific, literary or educational purposes. 



Fields of interest: Literature; 

scholarships/financial aid; education; children, 

services; science. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AL. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 
Trustees: Arlene S. Henley, Compass Bank. 
EIN: 6361 93757 



42 
Rotary Children's Foundation 

c/o Russell Ladd HI 

P.O. Box 6989 

Mobile, AL 36660 

Application address: P.O. Box 189, Mobile, AL 

36601 

Established in 1985 in AL 

Donor(s): Ruth Smith,* John I. Morrill, Rotory 

Club of Mobile. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,644,649 (M); gifts received, $29,412; 

expenditures, $124,186; qualifying distributions, 

$1 1 1,252; giving activities include $1 10,000 for 

9 grants (high: $30,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Education; hospitals (general); 

health care; health associations; youth, services. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AL. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter or proposal 

Copies of proposal: 1 2 

Dead/me(s;:Sept.21 
Director: Russell Ladd III, Exec. Dir. 
Trustees: Jimmy Bledsoe, Burnley Davis, Steve 
Dill, Bill Drew, Gilbert F. Dukes, Jr., Jack Greer, 
Jackie Greer, Frank Lott, Harry W. Mattel, Kathy 
Miller, Edward Morris, Jr., Bestor Ward. 
EIN: 636045293 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$30,000 to Easter Seal Society of Alabama, 

Montgomery, AL. For general operating 

support. 
$20,500 to Alabama Easter Seal School for 

Special Children, Mobile, AL For general 

operating support. 
$20,500 to Camp ASCCA, Jacksons Gap, AL. 

For general operating support. 
$1 0,000 to Alabama Special Camp for Children 

and Adults, AL. For general operating support. 
$10,000 to Mulherin Custodial Home, Mobile, 

AL. For general operating support. 
$1 0,000 to United Cerebral Palsy of Mobile, 

Mobile, AL. For general operating support. 
$5,000 to Rotary Rehabilitation Hospital. For 

general operating support. 
$3,000 to Epilepsy Center of Mobile, Mobile, 

AL. For general operating support. 
$1,000 to Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., Deep South 

Council, Birmingham, AL. For general 

operating support. 



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Carol W. & Myron ]. Rothschild Fund ft 

c/o Regions Bank 

P.O. Box 511 

Montgomery, AL 36101-0511 

Established in 1964. 
Donorfe): Carol W.Rothschild. 



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Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,863,033 (M); expenditures, $39,008; 

qualify ing distributions, $30,666; giving 

activities include $30,350 for 30 grants (high: 

$3,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; aging, centers & services; Jewish 

agencies & temples; aging; general charitable 

giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Montgomery, AL. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Regions Bank, Trust Dept. 

Advisory Director: Carol W. Rothschild. 

EIN: 636050756 



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The Samford Charitable Foundation * 

P.O. Box 530277 
Birmingham, AL 35253 

Established in 1995. 

Donor(s): Virginia Samford Donovan. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,173,033 (M); expenditures, $44,532; 

qualifying distributions, $39,068; giving 

activities include $39,625 for 1 1 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $150). 

Fields of interest: Museums; television; 

literature; higher education; education; 

botanical gardens; religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Russell Donovan, Virginia Samford 

Donovan, John S.R Samford. 

E1N: 6311 85477 



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Seamen's Club of Mobile, Inc. Trust 

c/o Regions Bank, Trust Dept. 
RO. Drawer 2527 
Mobile, AL 36622-0001 

Established around 1974. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,087,918 (M); expenditures, $122,596; 

qualifying distributions, $89,164; giving 

activities include $64,500 for 8 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; marine 

science. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Mobile, AL. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Edward J. Adler, Pres. 

Directors: J. Edgar Brister, D.R. Jordan, Ken L. 

Lott, John L. McCarron, Wallace I. McElroy, 

Sheldon L. Morgan, Norman A. Nicolson, 

Marrion B. Rambeau. 

Trustee: Regions Bank. 

EIN: 63601 8610 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 



$25,000 to Catholic Maritime Club of Mobile, 

Mobile, AL. 
$1 5,000 to Maritime Museum of the Gulf, 

Mobile, AL. 
$8,500 to Mobile Baptist Association, Mobile, 

AL. 

$7,000 to Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL. 
$5,000 to Little Sisters of the Poor, Mobile, AL. 
$2,000 to University of Mobile, Mobile, AL. 
$1 ,000 to Salvation Army of Mobile, Mobile, AL. 
$1 ,000 to Shoulder, The, Spanish Fort, AL. 



46 
Sexton Family Charitable Foundation 

1323 Stratford Rd v S.E.,Ste. 2 
Decatur,AL 35601 

Established in 1994 in AL. 
Donor(s): William W. Sexton. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,609,000 (M); gifts received, $409,785; 
expenditures, $141,095; qualifying distributions, 
$139,059; giving activities include $138,244 for 
42 grants (high: $43,850; low: $100). 
Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 
mental health, association; cancer; leukemia; 
hearl/circulatory disease; food distribution, 
meals on wheels; Boy Scouts; religion. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Decatur, AL. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: William E. Sexton, Chair, and Secy.; 
William B. Sexton, Pres. and Treas. 
EIN: 6311 17593 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$43,850 to Central United Methodist Church, 

Decatur, AL. 
$31 ,068 to University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, 

AL. 
$22,000 to Princess Theater Center for the 

Performing Arts, Decatur, AL. 
$4,000 to John C. Calhoun State Community 

College Foundation, Decatur, AL. 
$4,000 to University of Alabama, Birmingham, 

AL. 
$2,500 to Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, 

AL. 
$2,000 to United Way of Morgan County, 

Decatur, AL. 
$1 ,000 to Campus Crusade for Christ 

International, Orlando, FL. 
$500 to Boy Scouts of America, Huntsville, AL. 
$1 00 to Athens State College, Athens, AL. 



47 

Henry G. Sims & Henry U. Sims Memorial 
Fund* 

c/o AmSouth Bank of Alabama 

P.O. Box 11 426 

Birmingham, AL 35202 (205)326-5382 

Contact: Carla B. Gale, V.P. and Trust Off., 

AmSouth Bank of Alabama 

FAX: (205) 581 -7433 

Established in 1979 in AL. 
Donor(s): Alice G.Sims.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,121,361 (M); expenditures, $51,507; 



qualifying distributions, $46,667; giving 

activities include $44,740 for 7 grants (high: 

$11 ,689; low: $1,777). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

organizations, foundations, and institutions 

engaged in the practice, study, or administration 

of law (50 percent); and organizations, 

institutions and foundations engaged in the 

training of boys and the rehabilitation of the 

blind (50 percent). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; legal 

services; disabled. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; annual campaigns; capital 

campaigns; building/renovation; equipment; 

endowment funds; program development; 

publication; seed money; curriculum 

development; fellowships; internships; research; 

program-related investments/loans. 

Limitations: Giving limited to AL. No grants to 

individuals. 

Publications: Financial statement. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadlines): Oct. 15 

Board meeting date(s): Annually in Dec. 

Final notification: Dec. 31 
Trustee: AmSouth Bank of Alabama. 
EIN: 6361 1441 2 



48 

Don McQueen Smith 1963 Charitable 
Trust 

c/o Regions Bank 

P.O. Box 511 

Montgomery, AL 36101-0511 

Established in 1963 in AL. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,844,706 (M); expenditures, $105,650; 

qualifying distributions, $89,594; giving 

activities include $90,200 for 14 grants (high: 

$40,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Human services; mentally 

disabled, centers & services; Christian agencies 

& churches; disabled. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AL and FL. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Advisory Director: Don McQueen Smith. 

Trustee: Regions Bank. 

EIN: 636049793 



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Steiner Foundation* 

2702 Altadena Rd. 

Birmingham, AL 35243 (205)967-5104 

Contact: Arnold L. Steiner, Tr. 

Established in 1965. 

DonorW: Arnold L Steiner. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/97): Assets, 

$1,466,552 (M); gifts received, $123,270; 

expenditures, $63,710; qualifying distributions, 

$63,262; giving activities include $63,212 for 

grants. 



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Fields of interest: Museums; 

elementary/secondary education; higher 
education; natural resource conservation & 
protection; medicine/medical care, research; 
human services; federated giving programs; 
Jewish agencies & temples. 
Types of support: Research. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Jefferson 
County, AL. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead//hefe):None 

Trustees: Arnold L. Steiner, Dorothy L. Steiner. 
BIN: 636056702 



50 

The Tractor & Equipment Company 
Foundation 

5336 Airport Hwy. 

Birmingham, AL 35212 (205)591-2131 
Contact: Benny F. Winford, Secy.-Treas. 
Scholarship application address: James W. 
Waitzman, Jr., Pres., c/o Tractor & Equipment 
Co., P.O. Box 2326, Birmingham, AL 35201 

Established in 1977 in AL 

Donor(s): Tractor & Equipment Co. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$162,488 (M); gifts received, $50,500; 

expenditures, $95,253; qualifying distributions, 

$95,241 ; giving activities include $67,849 for 

41 grants (high: $10,000; low: $20) and 

$27,392 for 1 3 grants to individuals (high: 

$7,1 00; low: $60). 

Purpose and activities: Support for churches 

and higher education, including scholarships for 

children of company employees. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

health associations; recreation, community 

facilities; youth development, services; human 

services; federated giving programs; Christian 

agencies & churches. 

Types of support: Employee-related scholarships. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AL. No grants to 

individuals (except for employee-related 

scholarships). 

Application information: Application form 

required for scholarships. 

Deadline(s):Mar. 1 

Officers and Directors:* James W. Waitzman, 
Jr.,* Pres.; J.C. Durden,* V.P.; Benny F. Winford,* 
Secy.-Treas.; Kenneth H. Morton, J.O. Stracener. 
BIN: 63071 8825 



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Samuel E. Unchurch, jr. Charitable 
Foundation 

3828 Forest Glen Dr. 
Birmingham, AL 35213-3916 

Established in 1992 in AL. 

Donor(s): Samuel E. Upchurch, Jr. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,033,300 (M); gifts received, $1,073,237; 

expenditures, $1 1 8,973; qualifying distributions, 



$ 1 1 2,000; giving activities include $ 1 1 2,000 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Birmingham, AL. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: John S.P, Samford, Cheryl V. 

Upchurch, Samuel E. Upchurch, Jr. 

EIN: 631 083893 



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The Viro Fund ft 

C/o Regions Bank, Trust Dept. 

P.O. Box 511 

Montgomery, AL 36101-0511 

Established in 1983 in AL. 

Donor(s): Robert S.Weil. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,129,447 (M); expenditures, $97,616; 

qualifying distributions, $94,669; giving 

activities include $94,525 for 24 grants (high: 

$40,425; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

animal welfare; hospitals (general); Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AL No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Regions Bank, Trust Dept. 

Advisory Committee: Robert S. Weil, Mrs. 

Robert S.Weil. 

EIN: 630835563 



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Diane Wendland 1962 Charitable Trust 

c/o Regions Bank, Trust Dept. 

P.O. Box 511 

Montgomery, AL 36101-0511 

Established in 1962 in AL. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,410,672 (M); expenditures, $125,446; 
qualifying distributions, $1 1 6,21 1 ; giving 
activities include $ 1 1 6,21 1 for 48 grants (high: 
$22,800; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; federated 
giving programs; Christian agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in AL, with emphasis on Autauga 
County. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Trustee: Regions Bank. 
Advisory Committee: Milton Wendland, Mrs. 
Milton Wendland. 
EIN: 63601 9220 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 

$22,800 to Autauga, County of, Prattville, AL. 
$15,500 to Autaugaville, Town of, Autaugaville, 
AL. 



$1 1,000 to United Way, Autauga County, 

Prattville, AL 
$1 0,000 to Alabama Cattlemens Commission, 

Prattville, AL. 
$7,500 to Lions Club of Autaugaville, 

Autaugaville, AL. 
$5,100 to Auburn University Foundation, 

Auburn, AL. 
$4,900 to Campus Crusade for Christ, 

Montgomery, AL. 
$2,000 to Alabama Shakespeare Festival, 

Montgomery, AL. 
$2,000 to Salvation Army of Montgomery, 

Montgomery, AL. 
$1,500 to Alabama Dance Theater, 

Montgomery, AL. 



54 
Wilcox Community Health Foundation, 



P.O. Box 638 
Camden,AL 36726 

Established in 1995 in AL. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$14,083 (M); gifts received, $150,000; 

expenditures, $140,000; qualifying distributions, 

$140,000; giving activities include $140,000 for 

1 grant. 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general). 

Officers: Mickey Schrader, Pres.; Hollis Curl, 

V.P.; Jerry Boggan, Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 570901 830 



55 

The Williamson, Martin & Brooke Family 
Foundation 

(Formerly The John Williamson Family 

Foundation) 

2000-ASouthbridge Pkwy., Ste. 615 

Birmingham, AL 35209-1371 

Established in 1988 in AL 

Donor(s): John A. Williamson, Jean C. 

Williamson, Margaret W. Brooke, Linda W. 

Martin, Molton Williams. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 05/31/97): Assets, 

$1, 026,214 (M); gifts received, $169,310; 

expenditures, $137,149; qualifying distributions, 

$1 29,751 ; giving activities include $1 29,751 for 

77 grants (high: $21,800; low: $35). 

Fields of interest: Education; recreation; human 

services; religious federated giving programs; 

Christian agencies & churches; Protestant 

agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AL. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* John A. Williamson,* 

Pres.; John A. Williamson, Jr.,* Exec. V.P.; 

Margaret W. Brooke,* V.P.; Linda W. Martin,* 

V.P.; Jean C. Williamson,* Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 630983566 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 



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$21,800 to Boys and Girls Club of Birmingham, $10,000 to Covenant Presbyterian Church, $2,500 to First Priority, Birmingham, AL. 

Birmingham, AL. Birmingham, AL. $2,1 25 to Changed Lives, Chattanooga, TN. 

$1 5,000 to World Sports, AL. $7,500 to Boy Scouts of America, Birmingham, $2,000 to Impact Family Counseling, 

$1 0,000 to Big Oak Ranch, Gadsden, AL. AL. Birmingham, AL. 

$5,800 to Kings Ranches, Chelsea, AL. $2,000 to Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN. 



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Alaska Telephone Foundation 

4341 B St., Ste. 304 
Anchorage, AK 99503-5927 

Established in 1991. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$100,629 (M); gifts received, $25,100; 

expenditures, $65,076; qualifying distributions, 

$65,076; giving activities include $65,000 for 1 

grant. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to Anchorage, AK. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Duane C. Durand, Pres.; Bernadette B. 

Murry, 1st V.P.; David Fauske, 2nd V.P.; James 

Rowe, Exec. Dir. 

Board Members: Frank Biondi, W. Douglas 

DeVore, Donald B. Eller, Steve Hamlen, Greg 

Hoff, Gordon A. Parker, Jack H. Rhyner, Scott 

Smith, Ruth Steele. 

E1N: 9201 38457 



57 
The Aleut Foundation & 

4000 Old Seward Hwy., Ste. 300 
Anchorage, AK 99503 (907)561-4300 

Established in 1991. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 
$37,795 (M); gifts received, $11 5,000; 
expenditures, $92,055; qualifying distributions, 
$92,055; giving activities include $89,520 for 
65 grants to individuals (high: $10,000; low: 
$500). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; 
scholarships/financial aid. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in AK. 
Application information: Scholarship program is 
available to shareholders of The Aleut 
Corporation, their spouses and their 
descendants. Also eligible are WWII evacuees 
and their descendants. Application form 
required. 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: May ]5 
Officer: Alice Petrivelli, Pres. 
Board Members: Chauncina Bourdokofsky, 
Anna Jensen, Angela Merculief, Sherry Valentine, 
EIN: 9201 245 17 



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The Carr Foundation, Inc. 

550 W. 7th Ave., Ste. 1540 

Anchorage, AK 99501 

Contact: Jacqueline Carr-Agni, Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1990 in AK. 

Donor(s):l.J.Carr. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$1,645,737 (M); expenditures, $142,031; 



qualifying distributions, $132,273; giving 
activities include $133,500 for 22 grants (high: 
$18,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; health 
associations; housing/shelter, development; 
human services; federated giving programs. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
limited to AK. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: LJ. Carr, Pres.; Wilma Carr, V.P.- 
Jacqueline Carr-Agni, Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 9201 351 10 



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The Doyon Foundation 

201 1st Ave., Ste. 300 
Fairbanks, AK 99701 (907)459-2040 
Confacf: Miranda Wright, Exec. Dir. 
MX: (907) 459-2065 

Established in 1988 in AK. 

Donor(s): Doyon, Ltd. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data(yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$1,014,748 (M); gifts received, $523,009; 

expenditures, $313,834; qualifying distributions, 

$308,644; giving activities include $1 32,980 for 

334 grants to individuals (high: $3,000; low: 

$100). 

Purpose and activities: Giving focuses on 

Native Americans. 

Fields of interest: History & archaeology; 

arts/cultural programs; higher education; 

libraries/library science; education; Native 

Americans. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AK. 

Publications: Newsletter, occasional report, 

informational brochure. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Oead//nefsJ:None 

Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 
Officers: Donald Peter, Pres.; Kathy Wilson, V.P.; 
Betty Jean Olin, Secy.-Treas.; Miranda Wright, 
Exec. Dir. 

Directors: Rebecca Gallen, Mike Irwin. 
Number of staff: 2 full-time professional. 
EIN: 943089624 



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Huna Totem Heritage Foundation 

9309 Glacier Hwy., Ste. A-1 03 
Juneau,AK 99801 (907)789-1773 

Established in 1990 in AK. 
Donor(s): Huna Totem Corp. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 01/31/96): Assets, 
$35,658 (M); gifts received, $149,435; 
expenditures, $127,809; qualifying distributions, 
$127,491; giving activities include $19,801 for 
grants (high: $2,456; low: $250), $58,771 for 37 
grants to individuals (high: $2,000; low: $121) 
and $143,892 for 4 foundation-administered 
programs. 

Purpose and activities: Financial assistance to 
Huna Totem shareholders or descendents 
attending a post-secondary institution. 
Fields of interest: Native Americans. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 



Limitations: Giving primarily in AK and the 

Pacific Northwest. 

Publications: Application guidelines. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Deadline(s): Nov. 1 , Jan. 1 5 and Feb. 28 
Officers and Trustees:* Ronald Dean Williams/ 
Pres. and Selection Comm.; Frank 0. Williams, 
Jr.,* V.P.; Marlene Johnson,* Secy.-Treas.; Tilli 
Greenwald Abbott, James Jack, Sr., Selection 
Comm.; Helen Loescher, Selection Comm.; 
Harvey Marvin, Selection Comm.; Harriet 
Roberts/ Selection Comm.; Paul White, Jr. 
EIN: 9431 1381 8 



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Koniag Education Foundation & 

4300 B St., Ste. 407 

Anchorage, AK 99503 (907)562-9093 
Contort: Tom Murphy, Exec. Dir. 
Additional tel.: (888) 562-9093; FAX: (907) 
562-9023; E-mail: kef@alaska.net 

Established in 1993 in AK. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$461,367 (M); gifts received, $509,833; 

expenditures, $120,334; qualifying distributions, 

$102,685; giving activities include $1 06,895 for 

89 grants to individuals (high: $2,250; low: 

$250). 

Fields of interest: Vocational education; higher 

education; scholarships/financial aid. 

Types of support: Continuing support; 

internships; employee-related scholarships; 

scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AK. 

Publications: Informational brochure, 

application guidelines, 

Application information: Applications are 

available in Nov. Application form required. 

Initial approach: Letter or phone 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deafe&; Apr. 15 

Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 

Final notification: May 

Officers: Gordon Pullar, Pres.; Rena Mulcahy, 
V.P.; Michelle Egan, Secy.-Treas.; Tom Murphy, 
Exec. Dir. 

Board Members: William Anderson, Margaret 
Knowles, Bruce Robertson. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time professional; 1 
part-time support. 
EIN: 9201 4501 7 



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The Skaggs Foundation 

P.O. Box 20510 

Juneau,AK 99802 (907)463-4843 

Contact: Samuel D. Skaggs, Jr., Pres. 

Established in 1962 in CA. 

Donor(s):M.B.Skaggs.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1 ,529,268 (M); expenditures, $1 1 1 ,1 14; 

qualifying distributions, $101 ,272; giving 

activities include $94,508 for 22 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $1,500). 

Purpose and activities: "Emphasis on 

conservation and for individuals challenged by 

a disability." 



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Fields of interest: Natural resource conservation 

& protection; wildlife preservation & protection; 

marine science; disabled. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

equipment; land acquisition; endowment funds; 

research; technical assistance; program 

evaluation; matching funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AK. No grants to 

individuals. 

Publications: Annual report. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: 1 - to 2-page letter of inquiry 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: May land Oct. 1 

Final notification: 6 months 
Officers: Samuel D. Skaggs, Jr., Pres.; Beverly R. 
Skaggs, Secy. 
Trustee: John C. Ricksen. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 946068822 



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UIC Foundation, Inc. 

P.O. Box 890 

Barrow, AK 99723 (907)852-4460 

Contact: Tasha Campbell 

Established in 1995. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, $90 
(M); gifts received, $55,000; expenditures, 



$102,856; qualifying distributions, $102,856; 

giving activities include $42,420 for 31 grants 

(high: $5,000; low: $45) and $56,780 for 40 

grants to individuals (high: $4,100; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; 

scholarships/financial aid; general charitable 

giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AK, with 

emphasis on Barrow. 

Application information: Scholarships are 

awarded to UIC shareholders and their children. 

Deacf/inefsJ.-None 

Officers: Nate Olemaun, Pres.; Fred S. 
Kanayurak, V.P.; Max E. Ahgeak, Secy.-Treas. 
Directors: Ronald H. Brower, Sr., Edward S. Itta. 
EIN: 9201 57584 



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The Usibelli Foundation 

P.O. Box 1000 

Healy,AK 99743-1000 

Contact: Becki Gray, Exec. Dir. 

Application address: 100 Cushman St., Ste. 210, 

Fairbanks, AK 99701 -4659 

Established in 1991 inAK. 
Donor(s): Usibelli Coal Mine, Inc. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1 ,71 1 ,204 (M); gifts received, $5,1 93; 
expenditures, $75,597; qualifying distributions, 



$68,123; giving activities include $70,320 for 

54 grants (high: $18,1 90; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; recreation; human services; children 

& youth, services; federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Fairbanks, AK. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Earl Beistline, Marc Langland, A. Kirk 

Lanterman, Joseph E. Usibelli, Sr., Joseph E. 

Usibelli, Jr., Rosalie A. Whyel. 

EIN: 9431 5261 7 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in! 996. 

$5,500 to Denali Borough School District, 

Healy,AK. 
$5,000 to American Cancer Society, Fairbanks, 

AK. 

$4,160 to Healy Hockey Association, Healy, AK. 
$3,935 to United Way of the Tanana Valley, 

Fairbanks, AK. 

$3,400 to Monroe Foundation, Fairbanks, AK. 
$2,950 to K U A C, Radio and Television, 

Anchorage, AK. 

$2,500 to Festival Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK. 
$1 ,000 to Boy Scouts of America, Fairbanks, AK. 
$1 ,000 to Fairbanks Summer Arts Festival, 

Fairbanks, AK. 
$1 ,000 to United Way of Anchorage, 

Anchorage, AK. 



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Agape Fund 

80 Middle Brook Rd. 

Prescott,AZ 86303 (602)831-0713 

Contact: Charles B. Howard, Tr. 

Established around 1976. 

Donor(s): Charles B. Howard, Mary Ann 

Howard. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/3 1/96): Assets, 

$386,904 (M); gifts received, $31,663; 

expenditures, $79,130; qualifying distributions, 

$79,130; giving activities include $55,239 for 

42 grants (high: $25,000; low: $5) and $21,075 

for 12 grants to individuals (high: $5,000; low: 

$25). 

Purpose and activities: Support for Christian 

churches, and educational, missionary, and 

welfare programs; also awards grants to needy 

individuals. 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; higher education; human services; 

Christian agencies & churches. 

Types of support: Grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving on a national and 

international basis. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deac///ne(sj:None 

Trustees: Charles B. Howard, Mary Ann 
Howard, Charles D. Kober, 
EIN: 8661 04666 



66 
Arizona Horse Lovers Foundation 

27202 N.I 50th St. 
Scottsdale,AZ 85255 
Contact: Bob Dorociak, Pres. 
Application address: 1492 W. Dunlop Ave., 
Phoenix, AZ 

Established in 1986. 

Foundation type,* Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,496,232 (M); expenditures, $79,383; 

qualifying distributions, $77,393; giving 

activities include $76,900 for 2 grants (high- 

$66,900; low: $10,000). 

Purpose and activities: 'To advance and 

improve the welfare of all animals in general 

and all horses of all breeds and classes in 

particular"; support includes scholarships for 

undergraduate education in animal sciences and 

agricultural education. 

Fields of interest: Animal welfare. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AZ. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Oead//nefsJ;Sept.30 

Officers: Robert D. Dorocialc, Pres.; Rick Johns, 
V.P.; Linda Hamilton, Secy.; Robert Bohannan, 
Treas. 
EIN: 86051 8824 



Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$66,900 to Park Foundation of Phoenix, 

Phoenix, AZ. 
$10,000 to Arizona National Livestock Show, 

Phoenix, AZ. 



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Foundation for Animal Aid 

c/o Harm Gaintner &ASSOC 
P.O. Box 32369 
Phoenix, AZ 85064-2369 
Contact: Leroy Gaintner, Treas. 

Established in 1980. 

Donor(s): Frances W. Budlong, Jessie Margaret 
Budlong, Wilson Budlong. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$2,587 (M); gifts received, $70,000; 
expenditures, $74,314; qualifying distributions, 
$74,314; giving activities include $54,322 for 4 
grants (high: $50,000; low: $850) and $1 1,923 
for 5 grants to individuals (high: $4,883; low 
$600). 

Purpose and activities: "Giving limited to 
animal welfare with no more than $1,000 given 
for any individual animal." 
Fields of interest: Animal welfare. 
Types of support: General/operating support; 
grants to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in AZ. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 



Officers: Frederick G. Lopes, Pres.; Doris 

Sullivan, Secy.; Leroy Gaintner, Treas. 

Directors: judie Crow, Louise Frasher, Clara 

Howes. 

EIN: 86041 1447 



68 
The Joseph & Mary Cacioppo Foundation 

6478 N. Oracle Rd. 
Tucson, AZ 85704 

Incorporated in 1983 in AZ. 

Foundation type: independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,103,169 (M); expenditures, $113,061; 

qualifying distributions, $95,424; giving 

activities include $90,000 for 65 grants (high: 

$2,500; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; human 

services; children & youth, services; Christian 

agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Tucson, AZ. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Trustees* Joseph F. Cacioppo, Jr.,* 

Pres.; Charles R. Young,* 1st V.P.; Elizabeth M. 

Martinelli,* 2nd V.P.; Graceann Thompson/ 

Secy.; Charles R. Young II,* Treas.; Mary 

Cacioppo, Royanna L. Moore, and 8 additional 

trustees. 

EIN: 860465698 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$2,500 to El Dorado Vista, Phoenix, AZ. 



$2,500 to First Church of Christ Scientist, 

Tucson, AZ. 
$2,500 to Fourth Church of Christ Scientist, 

Tucson, AZ. 
$2,500 to Home Aid Services for Christian 

Science, Tucson, AZ. 
$2,500 to Principia Corporation, Saint Louis, 

MO. 
$2,500 to Second Church of Christ Scientist, 

Tucson, AZ. 
$2,500 to Shrmers Hospital for Crippled 

Children, Tucson, AZ. 
$2,500 to Simon Peter Easter Pageant, Tucson, 

AZ. 
$2,000 to Arizona Families for Children, Tucson, 

AZ. 
$2,000 to Boys and Girls Clubs of Tucson, 

Tucson, AZ. 



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Casa Grande Union High School 
Foundation, Inc. 

430 N.Florence Blvd. 

Casa Grande, AZ 85222 (520)836-8500 

Contact: Nancy Pyfer 

Established in 1986 in AZ. 
Donor(s):Willardlnalls Trust. 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 
$5,61 1(M); gifts received, $63,497; 
expenditures, $75,561 ; qualifying distributions, 
$72,850; giving activities include $72,850 for 
grants to individuals. 
Purpose and activities: Scholarships to 
financially needy Casa Grande Union High 
School students who are residents of Casa 
Grande, AZ to attend two- and four-year 
colleges. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to residents of Casa 
Grande, AZ. 

Application information: Contact foundation for 
application guidelines for the Willard Ingalls 
Scholarship. Application form required. 
Deadline: May 1 for fall semester and Dec. 

1 for spring semester 
Officers: Terry Billrngsley, Pres.; Larry 
Lenderman, V.P.; Nancy Bifer, Secy.-Treas. 
Directors: Bud Anderson, Tim Anderson, Jim 
Cooper, Pat Griffen. 
EIN: 860447142 



70 

Dr. Lloyd and Kay Chapman Charitable 
Fund 

3730E.MenlowSt 
Mesa,AZ 85215-1717 

Established in 1989 in OH and AZ. 

Donor(s): Lloyd Chapman, (Catherine E. 

Chapman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,647,352 (M); gifts received, $88,400; 

expenditures, $77,1 36; qualifying distributions, 

$54,099; giving activities include $52,714 for 

43 grants (high: $3,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; 

libraries/library science; health care; health 



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associations; human services; federated giving 

programs; marine science. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in FL. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Trustees:* Lloyd Chapman,* Pres.; 

Donald L. Chapman, V.P.; Katherine E, 

Chapman,* Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 31 1285588 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$3,000 to Venice Public Library, Venice, FL. 

$2,500 to Cousteau Society, Chesapeake, VA. 

$2,500 to W E D U-Florida West Coast Public 

Broadcasting, Tampa, FL. 
$2,000 to ManaSota 88, Palmetto, FL. 
$2,000 to Mote Marine Laboratory, Sarasota, FL. 
$2,000 to University of British Columbia, 

Vancouver, Canada. 
$2,000 to University of California at San Diego 

Foundation, La Jolla, CA. 
$2,000 to University of Toronto, Toronto, 

Canada. 
$1,000 to New College of the University of 

South Florida Foundation, Sarasota, FL. 
$1,000 to North Hawaii Community Hospital, 

Kamuela, HI. 



71 
Circle K/Sun World Foundation & 

P.O. Box 52085 
Phoenix, AZ 85072-2085 
Contact: Larry J. Zine, Secy.-Treas. 
Application address: 3300 North Central, 1 7th 
Fl., Phoenix, AZ 8501 2; Tel.: (602) 437-0600 

Established in 1980 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Hervey Foundation, The Circle K 

Corp. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/96): Assets, 

$55,865 (M); gifts received, $5,596; 

expenditures, $178,813; qualifying distributions, 

$1 72,394; giving activities include $1 73,1 82 for 

30 grants (high: $100,000; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Museums; girls clubs; boys & 

girls clubs; Big Brothers/Big Sisters; American 

Red Cross; YM/YWCAs & YM/YWHAs. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AZ. No grants to 

individuals, or for endowment funds, 

fellowships, or matching gifts; or generally for 

scholarships; no loans. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: None 

Board meeting date(s): Monthly 

Final notification: 2 months 
Officers and Trustees:* John F. Antico,* Chair.; 
Larry ], Zine,* Secy.-Treas.; Terry Broekemeier. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 7421 37873 



72 
Civic Foundation, Inc. * 

4729E.CIearwaterPkwy. 
Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 

Established in 1978. 
Donor(s): Eva Hartenstein. 



Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 01/31/98): Assets, 
$1,153,731 (M); expenditures, $55,710; 
qualifying distributions, $52,31 3; giving 
activities include $55,1 80 for grants. 
Fields of interest: Education; health 
associations; human services; Jewish federated 
giving programs; general charitable giving. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in AZ and Santa Barbara, CA. No 
grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers and Directors:* Miriam Lowe,* Pres. 
and Treas.; Diane Bernbaum,* V.P.; Edwin 
Bernbaum, V.P.; Rosalyn Weinstein,* V.P.; 
Stephen Weinstein,* V.P.; Irving Lowe,* Secy. 
EIN: 391 299224 



73 
The R. & M. Clark Family Foundation & 

c/o Marcella S. Clark 
8249 Vista DeValle 
Scottsdale,AZ 85255 

Established in 1994 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Marcella S. Clark. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,223,932 (M); gifts received, $109,160; 

expenditures, $51 ,732; qualifying distributions, 

$50,073; giving activities include $50,000 for 

12 grants (high: $10,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Alzheimer's disease; Big 

Brothers/Big Sisters; human services; Protestant 

agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Marcella S. Clark,* 

Pres.; Carole Lee Randall, V.P.; Thomas E. Clark, 

Secy.-Treas.; James W. Clark. 

EIN: 860778653 



74 
Albert H.Cohn Foundation 

2925N.CalleLadera 
Tucson, AZ 85715 

Established in 1958. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$952,1 85 (M); expenditures, $60,071; 
qualifying distributions, $53,274; giving 
activities include $54,725 for 1 7 grants (high: 
$20,250; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 
services. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 
capital campaigns. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in Tucson, AZ. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers and Directors:* David D. Cohn,* Pres.; 
Robert C. Curtis,* V.P.; Susan A. Cohn,* Secy. 
EIN: 366076061 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 

$20,250 to University of Arizona Foundation, 
Tucson, AZ. For general support. 



$1 5,500 to Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan 

Chicago, Chicago, IL. For general support. 
$5,000 to Francis W. Parker School, Chicago, IL. 

For general support. 
$1 ,950 to Angel Charity for Children, Tucson, 

AZ. For general support. 
$1,500 to Fiesta Events, Tempe, AZ. For general 

support. 
$1,000 to Chicago Foundation for Education, 

Chicago, IL. For general support. 
$600 to Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. For 

general support. 
$250 to W T T W Chicago Public Television, 

Chicago, IL. For general support. 
$150 to Evans Scholars Foundation, Golf, IL. For 

general support. 
$100 to Pomona College, Claremont, CA. For 

general support. 



75 
The Colee Charitable Trust w 

c/o Pat Stalzer 

6263 N. Scottsdale Rd. 

Scottsdale, AZ 85250-5401 

Established in 1996 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Donald Colee.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,147,483 (M); gifts received, $1,163,104; 

expenditures, $58,961 ; qualifying distributions, 

$58,496; giving activities include $58,496 for 5 

grants (high: $23,398; low: $2,925). 

Fields of interest: College; university; animal 

welfare; Goodwill Industries. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AZ. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Harris Trust Bank of Arizona, N.A. 

EIN: 866254892 



76 
The Cornerstone Foundation 

P.O. Box 5 132 

Sun City West, AZ 85376-5132 

Confacr; Mildred C.R. Moore, Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1986 in MA. 
Donor(s): Joseph H.Moore III. 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 0/31/97): Assets, 
$536,823 (M); gifts received, $11 ,1 70; 
expenditures, $106,804; qualifying distributions, 
$1 05,601 ; giving activities include $106,1 70 for 
8 grants (high: $43,170; low: $3,000). 
Purpose and activities: Support for 
organizations that are involved in the missionary 
outreach of Christian churches, in the 
discipleship and nurturing of a local church or 
churches, or in the teaching, training or 
discipleship of Christian leaders or laity. Support 
also for individuals who are in preparation for 
the ministry, involved in Christian ministry, or 
enrolled in an official program of Theological 
Education by Extension (TEE). 
Fields of interest: Theological school/education; 
Christian agencies & churches. 
Application information: Application form 
required. 
Deadline: 4 weeks prior to board meeting 



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Final nof/ficatfon: Within 2 weeks of board 

meeting 

Officers and Trustees:* Michael E. Littlefield,* 
Chair.; Mildred C.R. Moore,* Secy.-Treas.; J. 
Christy Wilson, Jr. 
EIN: 042940520 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$32,000 to Gordon Conwell Theological 

Seminary, South Hamilton, MA. For student 

aid fund and conference program. 
$14,000 to Overseas Missionary Fellowship 

(OMF) International, Littleton, CO. For 

personnel development. 
$14,000 to Overseas Radio and Television, 

Seattle, WA. For operating support. 
$6,000 to Prison Fellowship International, DC. 

For operating support. 
$4,000 to Interserve, Upper Darby, PA. For 

projects. 
$4,000 to Zwemer Institute of Muslim Studies, 

Pasadena, CA. For operating support. 
$3,000 to A.D. 2000 and Beyond Movement, 

Colorado Springs, CO. For operating support. 
$3,000 to Billy Graham Evangelistic 

Association, Minneapolis, MN. For operating 

support. 
$2,000 to Covenant Presbyterian Church, 

Simsbury, CT. 
$2,000 to Intervarsity Christian Fellowship, 

Madison, Wl. For operating support. 



77 
Elliott M. & Constance L. Estes Foundation 

44 Colon ia Miramonte 
Paradise Valley, AZ 85253-5141 

Established around 1982. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,131,592 (M); gifts received, $45,391; 

expenditures, $98,340; qualifying distributions, 

$82,769; giving activities include $84,300 for 

30 grants (high: $27,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Animal welfare; hospitals 

(general); health care; human services; Christian 

agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AZ and MI. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Trustees:* Constance L. Estes,* 

Pres. and Treas.; Sidney W. Smith, Jr.,* Secy.; 

Curtis J.Mann. 

EIN: 38231 9855 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$27,000 to Saint Barnabas On-the-Desert, 

Paradise Valley, AZ. For general support. 
$14,500 to Saint James Episcopal Church, 

Detroit, Ml. For general support. 
$3,000 to Phoenix Symphony, Phoenix, AZ. For 

general support. 
$2,300 to Oakland University, Rochester, Ml. 

For general support. 
$2,000 to American Red Cross, Detroit, Ml. For 

general support. 
$2,000 to Saint Marys Food Bank, Phoenix, AZ. 

For general support. 
$2,000 to United Ways of Arizona, Phoenix, 

AZ. For general support. 
$1,000 to Alma College, Alma, Ml. For general 

support. 



$1 ,000 to Humane Society of Phoenix, Arizona, 
Phoenix, AZ. For general support. 

$1,000 to Phoenix Zoo, Phoenix, AZ. For 
general support. 



78 
The Faure Foundation & 

6349 N. 78th St,Ste. 92 
Scottsdale, AZ 85250 

Established in 1995 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Florence Faure.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,523,021 (M); expenditures, $64,716; 

qualifying distributions, $43,938; giving 

activities include $42,667 for 3 grants (high: 

$29,698; low: $3,000). 

Fields of interest: Animal welfare; wildlife 

preservation & protection. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AZ. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Steve Scott, Pres.; Sue Ann Scott, V.P. 

Director: Mary Jane Rynd. 

EIN: 860721 855 



79 
Fear Not Foundation 

1 820 E. River Rd.,Ste. 230 
Tucson, AZ 85718 
Contact: Steven Russo, Dir. 

Established in 1989 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Norman A. Willock, Katheryne B. 

Willock. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$762,377 (M); expenditures, $86,195; 

qualifying distributions, $75,000; giving 

activities include $75,000 for 7 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $5,000). 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

libraries (school); education; food banks; human 

services. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Tucson, AZ. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deaof//ne(sj:None 

Directors: Steven Russo, Ashley M. Willock, 
Katheryne B. Willock, Norman A. Willock, Scott 
Willock. 
EIN: 8606471 36 



The Fleischer Foundation 

(Formerly The M. H. Fleischer Foundation) 

c/o M. Fleischer 

1 7207 N. Perimeter Dr. 

Scottsdale, AZ 85255 

Established in 1987 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Morton H. Fleischer, Franchise 

Finance Corp. of America, FFCA Management 

Co. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$1,597,834 (M); gifts received, $25,000; 



expenditures, $105,757; qualifying distributions, 

$99,855; giving activities include $73,953 for 

grants (high: $25,000). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; recreation; human services; 

federated giving programs. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Phoenix and Scottsdale, AZ. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Morton H. Fleischer, Chair, and Pres.; 

Donna H. Fleischer, Exec. V.P. and Exec. Dir.; 

Christopher H. Volk, V.P. and Secy.; John R. 

Barravecchia, V.P. and Treas. 

EIN: 860581 168 



81 
Foundation Carinoso 

33 N. Stone Ave.,Ste. 1100 
Tucson, AZ 85701 

Established in 1988 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Thomas B. Healy, Joanne R. Healy. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,829,320 (M); expenditures, $143,194; 

qualifying distributions, $1 1 9,420; giving 

activities include $120,550 for 28 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

environment; food services; camps; children & 

youth, services; disabled. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Tucson, AZ. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Thomas B. Healy, Jr.,* 

Pres.; Joanne R. Healy,* V.P. and Treas.; James 

M, Sakrison,* Secy.; Holly A. Donaldson, Julia L. 

Healy, W. Ross Humphreys, Francis J. 

McConnell. 

EIN: 860623781 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1 997. 

$25,000 to Triangle Y Ranch Camp, Tucson, AZ. 

For unrestricted support. 
$6,000 to Desert Survivors, Tucson, AZ. For 

unrestricted support. 
$3,000 to Colorado Outward Bound School, 

Denver, CO. For scholarships. 
$3,000 to University of Montana Foundation, 

Missoula, MT. For unrestricted support. 
$2,000 to Tucson Community Food Bank, 

Tucson, AZ. For unrestricted support. 
$1,250 to University of Arizona, College of Law, 

Tucson, AZ. For unrestricted support. 
$1,000 to Center for Applied Special 

Technology (CAST), Peabody, MA. For 

unrestricted support. 
$1,000 to George Washington University, DC. 

For unrestricted support. 
$1,000 to Nature Conservancy, Arizona Land 

Legacy Fund, Tucson, AZ. For unrestricted 

support. 
$1 ,000 to Patronato San Xavier, Tucson, AZ. For 

unrestricted support. 



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82 
Geisler Penquite Corporation ft 

15613LakeforestDr. 
Sun City, AZ 85351-1445 
Contact: Harold Geisler, V.P. 
Application address: 1 22-B Cherry Hill Dr., 
Newton, IA 50208; Tel.: (515) 792-6637 

Established in 1969. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$ 1,257,61 8 (M); gifts received, $700; 

expenditures, $75,022; qualifying distributions, 

$60,000; giving activities include $60,000 for 

13 grants (high: $36,000; low: $2,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

human services. 

Types of support: Endowment funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in jasper County, 

lA. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Dead/foe: Aug. 1 

Officers and Directors:* Cecil Penquite,* Pres. 
and Treas.; Harold Geisler,* V.P. and Secy.; 
Mavis Geisler, Eugene Knopf, Loren Penquite, 
GaryTimmer. 
EIN: 2371 03845 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$36,000 to Central College, Pella, IA. For 

programs. 
$4,000 to Dollars for Scholars. 2 grants: $2,000 

each (For programs). 
$2,000 to Dollars for Scholars, Newton, 

Newton, IA. For programs. 
$2,000 to Four-H Club. For programs. 
$2,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Jasper 

County, Newton, 1A. For programs. 
$2,000 to Jasper County Historical Society of 

Iowa, Newton, IA. For programs. 
$2,000 to Mingus Mountain Estate Residential, 

Mingo, IA. For programs. 
$2,000 to Progress Industries Foundation, 

Newton, IA. For programs. 
$2,000 to YMCA of Newton, Newton, IA. For 

programs, 



83 
God's Stewards, Inc. ft 

(Formerly Kingdom Foundation, Inc.) 
7225 N. Mona Lisa Rd., Ste. 201 
Tucson, AZ 85741 

Established in 1980. 

Donor(s): Gary S. Lovelace. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1 1 5,994 [M); gifts received, $77,1 70; 

expenditures, $80,966; qualifying distributions, 

$80,966; giving activities include $80,898 for 

grants, 

fields of interest: Christian agencies & churches. 

Types of support: Grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. 

Officer: Gary S.Lovelace, Pres. 

EIN: 8603875 19 



84 

The Charles and Gertrude Gordon 
Foundation 

33 N. Stone Ave., No. 21 00 

Tucson, AZ 85701-1415 (520)624-9983 

Contact: Gerald B. Hirsch, Pres. 

Established in 1988 in AZ. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/98): Assets, 

$1,837,71 3 (M); expenditures, $149,155; 

qualifying distributions, $95,667; giving 

activities include $86,400 for 22 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to local 

public hospitals and public nursing homes in 

the Tucson, AZ, area. 

Fields of interest: Health care; human services; 

children & youth, services; hospices; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

capital campaigns. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the Tucson, AZ, 

area. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Dead/HJefelrNone 

Final notification: 2 months 
Officers: Gerald B. Hirsch, Pres.; Marlene P. 
Hirsch, V.P.; David W. Richter, Secy.; Paul J. 
Rachbach, Treas. 
EIN: 860554595 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1 998. 
$20,000 to Tucson Medical Center Foundation, 

Tucson, AZ. For operating and capital support. 
$7,500 to Tucson Community Food Bank, 

Tucson, AZ. For operating and capital support. 
$5,000 to Arthritis Foundation, Tucson, AZ. For 

operating and capital support. 
$5,000 to Handmaker Jewish Geriatric Center, 

Tucson, AZ. For operating and capital support. 
$5,000 to Salvation Army of Tucson, Tucson, 

AZ. For operating and capital support. 
$5,000 to Tucson Medical Center, Foundation 

for Early Colon Cancer Detection, Tucson, AZ. 
$5,000 to Tucson Unified School District, 

Tucson, AZ. For operating and capital support. 
$5,000 to University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. For 

Judaica Studies program. 
$2,500 to Jewish Community Center, Tucson, 

AZ. For operating and capital support. 
$2,000 to Primavera Services, Tucson, AZ. For 

operating and capital support. 



Dead//ne(sj:None 

Officers: James W. Hensley, Chair.; Cindy 
Hensley McCain, Pres.; Robert M. Delgado, 
Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 86081 7541 



85 
The Hensley Family Foundation ft 

4201 N. 45th Ave. 

Phoenix, AZ 85031 (602)264-1635 

Contact; Kathy Walker 

Established in 1996 in AZ. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$3,601 (M); gifts received, $70,500; 
expenditures, $67,350; qualifying distributions, 
$67,350; giving activities include $64,900 for 
22 grants (high: $10,000; low: $200). 
Fields of interest: Children & youth, services. 
Limitations: Giving limited to the metropolitan 
Phoenix, AZ area. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 



86 
The Hudson Foundation 

80 W. Franklin St. 

Tucson, AZ 85701-1116 (520)623-6416 

Contact; Cliffton E. Bloom, Pres. 

Application address: 70 W. Franklin, Tucson, AZ 

85701; FAX: (520) 623-1 971 

Established in 1980. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,374,406 (M); gifts received, $37,637; 

expenditures, $75,531; qualifying distributions, 

$62,765; giving activities include $50,776 for 

25 grants (high: $9,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Media/communications; 

higher education; education, services; health 

care; health associations; medical research; food 

services; human services; Christian agencies & 

churches. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Tucson, AZ. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Dead/foe; None 

Officers: Cliffton E. Bloom, Pres.; Margaret 
Bloom, V.P. and Secy.; Florence Lohse, Treas. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 860385802 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$8,000 to Community Food Bank, Tucson, AZ. 

For unrestricted support. 
$4,000 to Mobile Meals of Tucson, Tucson, AZ. 

For unrestricted support. 
$3,000 to Educational Enrichment Foundation, 

Tucson, AZ. For unrestricted support. 
$3,000 to Pima Council on Aging, Tucson, AZ. 

For unrestricted support. 
$3,000 to Primavera Services, Tucson, AZ. For 

programs for homeless. 
$3,000 to Salvation Army of Tucson, Tucson, 

AZ. For unrestriced support. 
$2,000 to American Red Cross, Tucson, AZ. For 

unrestricted support. 
$2,000 to Habitat for Humanity, Tucson, AZ. For 

unrestricted support. 
$2,000 to Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Clinic, 

Tucson, AZ. For unrestricted support. 
$1,500 to Saint Lukes Home, Tucson, AZ. For 

unrestricted support. 



87 
Frances Moynihan Huger Foundation, Inc. 

P.O. Box 34350 
Phoenix, AZ 850674350 

Established in 1994 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Huger Family Trust. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$84,059 (M); gifts received, $1 79,595; 

expenditures, $198,446; qualifying distributions, 

$189,864; giving activities include $51,808 for 



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3 grants (high: $20,435; low: $13,837) and 

$1 02,792 for 2 foundation-administered 

programs. 

Purpose and activities: A private operating 

foundation; provides direct support for a 

resident care home for victims of Alzheimer's 

Disease, including payment of patients' medical 

bills. 

Fields of interest: Alzheimer's disease. 

Types of support: Grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to Phoenix, AZ. 

Application information: Unsolicited requests 

for funds not considered, 

Officers and Directors:* Ray Huger, M.D., 

Pres.; Karmen Lee,* V.P.; Sarah OMalley, Secy.; 

Dennis Landauer,* Treas.; Rev. W.W. 

Harnischfeger, Msgr.John McMahon, Hon. 

Thomas OToole, John Weldon. 

EIN: 860763890 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$1 71 ,200 to Saint Josephs Foundation, Phoenix, 

AZ. For construction of chapel and 

furnishings. 
$25,1 1 8 to Huger Mercy Living Center, Phoenix, 

AZ. 3 grants: $1 7,21 8 (Toward furnishings for 

House of Michael), $6,321, $1,579. 



Margaret C. Huncilman Charitable Trust ft 

c/o Bank One, Arizona N.A. 

P.O. Box 71 Azl-1271 Trust Tax Dept. 

Phoenix, AZ 85001-0071 

Established in 1995 in AZ. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/96): Assets, 

$832,289 (M); expenditures, $129,986; 

qualifying distributions, $100,036; giving 

activities include $100,326 for 2 grants of 

$50,1 63 each. 

Fields of interest: Education; hospitals (general). 

Limitations: Giving limited to Bloomington, IN. 

Trustee: Bank One, Arizona N.A. 

EIN: 860831441 



89 
Hynd Blind Fund of the James Hynd Trust 

c/o Bank One, Arizona, N. A. 
P.O. Box 71 (AZ1 -1271) 
Phoenix, AZ 85001 

Established around 1969. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,346,81 6 (M); gifts received, $25; 

expenditures, $58,1 86; qualifying distributions, 

$27,1 1 6; giving activities include $27,1 1 6 for 

grants to individuals. 

Purpose and activities: Provides glasses for 

individuals who can not afford them. 

Fields of interest: Economically disadvantaged. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: F. Kendrick Bangs, Carlen Penfold, 

Bank One, Arizona, N.A. 

EIN: 846022973 



90 
Interstate Support Foundation $ 

6900 E.Camelback,Ste. 200 
Scottsdale, AZ 85251 

Donor(s): Mahendra Shah, Purnima Shah. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1 ,841 ,385 (M); gifts received, $478,892; 
expenditures, $519,710; qualifying distributions, 
$500,1 08; giving activities include $ 158,666 for 
31 grants (high: $100,000; low: $100). 
Fields of interest: General charitable giving. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in AZ and CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Trustees: R.R. Badowski, John Goodson, Benson 
L. Schaub. 
EIN: 942832530 



91 
The Jazzbird Foundation & 

c/o Leslie T.Jones, Jr. 
722E.OsbornRd. 
Phoenix, AZ 85014 

Established in 1994 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Gretchen F. Ravenscroft, Robert C. 

Ravenscroft. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$101,201 (M); gifts received, $201,120; 

expenditures, $200,836; qualifying distributions, 

$198,300; giving activities include $198,300 for 

15 grants (high: $68,600; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; federated 

giving programs; religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to AZ. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Robert B. Ravenscroft,* 

Pres.; Gretchen F. Ravenscroft,* V.P.; Lori 

Geare,* Secy.; Steve Buel, Treas. 

EIN: 8607451 56 



92 
Louis Foundation, Inc. 

c/o Herbert J. Louis, M.D. 
5070 N. 40th St., Ste. 130 
Phoenix, AZ 85018 (602)954-8897 

Established in 1970 in AZ. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$207,403 (M); gifts received, $167,236; 

expenditures, $138,425; qualifying distributions, 

$1 36,000; giving activities include $136,000 for 

23 grants (high: $30,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; orthopedics research; human 

services; general charitable giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

annual campaigns; capital campaigns; 

endowment funds; conferences/seminars; 

research. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Phoenix, AZ. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 



Board meeting dafefsj: May and Nov. 
Officers: Herbert J. Louis, M.D., Pres.; Carrie L. 
Hulburd, V.P.; Julie D. Louis, Secy.-Treas. 
Director: Philip A. Edlund. 
Number of staff: 1 shared staff. 
EIN: 86021 1888 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$30,000 to United Way, Valley of the Sun, 

Phoenix, AZ. For unrestricted support. 
$20,000 to Hospice of the Valley, Phoenix, AZ. 

For unrestricted support. 
$10,000 to Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA. 

For unrestricted support, 
$10,000 to Harrington Arthritis Research Center, 

Maricopa Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ. For 

Orthopedic Fund. 
$10,000 to Northwestern University, Evanston, 

IL. For research and education for 

Orthopedic Fund. 
$5,000 to All Saints Episcopal Day School, 

Phoenix, AZ. For unrestricted support. 
$5,000 to Arizona Science Center, Phoenix, AZ. 

For unrestricted support. 
$5,000 to Crisis Nursery, Phoenix, AZ. For 

unrestricted support. 
$5,000 to I Know I Can, Columbus, OH. For 

educational programs. 
$2,000 to Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ. 

For unrestricted support. 



93 
Robert and Gladys Miller Foundation 

c/o Robert L Miller 
P.O. Box 1945 
Flagstaff, AZ 86002 

Established in 1986. 

Donor(s): Gladys V Miller. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$512,040 (M); gifts received, $471,990; 

expenditures, $1 72,268; qualifying distributions, 

$167,987; giving activities include $166,250 for 

14 grants (high: $100,000; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); human 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to PA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Peggy Miller, Robert L. Miller. 

EIN: 222794397 



94 
The Norton Foundation ft 

P.O. Box 4401 5 
Phoenix, AZ 85064-4015 

Established in 1996 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Doris S. Norton, John R. Norton. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,702,379 (M); gifts received, $377,063; 

expenditures, $1 7,085; qualifying distributions, 

$1 7,085; giving activities include $1 6,960 for 

17 grants (high: $5,000; low: $60). 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 



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Officers and Directors:* John R. Norton,* Chair, 
and Pres.; Doris S. Norton,* Secy.; Roger L. 
Stevenson, Treas.; John P. Norton, Michael R. 
Norton, Melanie Marie Norton-Robinson. 
BIN: 860836442 



95 
Our Lady of the Sierras Foundation -ft 

P.O. Box 269 
Hereford, AZ 85615 

Established in 1993 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Gerald Chouinard, Patricia Chouinard. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data [yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,392,634 (M); gifts received, $51 6,51 0; 

expenditures, $1 10,380; qualifying distributions, 

$712,532; giving activities include $43,750 for 

1 2 grants (high: $15,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Human services; family 

services; religion. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AZ. 

Officers and Directors:* Gerald Chouinard,* 

Pres. and Treas.; William J. Kane,* V.P.; Patricia 

Chouinard,* Secy. 

EIN: 860727824 



96 
L Roy Papp Charitable Trust 

4400 N. 32nd St., Ste. 280 

Phoenix, AZ 85018-3963 (602)956-0980 

Contact: L.Roy Papp, Tr. 

Established in 1987 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Members of the Papp Family. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$898,020 (M); expenditures, $51,406; 

qualifying distributions, $51,405; giving 

activities include $51 ,405 for 1 5 grants (high: 

$12,420; low: $150). 

Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs; health care; hospices. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AZ. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: L. Roy Papp, Marilyn Papp. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 746348484 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$1 2,420 to Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ. 

For general support. 
$9,600 to Planned Parenthood of Central and 

Northern Arizona, Phoenix, AZ. For general 

support. 
$8,400 to Arizona Opera Company, Phoenix, 

AZ. For general support. 
$4,000 to National Conference of Christians and 

Jews, NYC, NY. For general support. 
$3,500 to Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, MA. 

For Fellows Fund and general support. 
$2,985 to American Graduate School of 

International Management, Glendale, AZ. For 

general support. 
$2,500 to Arizona Theater Company, Phoenix, 

AZ. For general support. 
$2,000 to National Hospice Organization, 

Arlington, VA. For general support. 



$1,800 to Desert Botanical Garden, Phoenix, 

AZ. For general support. 
$1,000 to Heard Museum, Phoenix, AZ. For 

general support. 



97 
The Pasquinelli Foundation 

P.O. Box 2949 

Yuma,AZ 85366-2949 (520)783-7813 

Co/rta<GaryJ. Pasquinelli, Pres. 

Established in 1990 in AZ. 

Donor(s): The Josephine Pasquinelli Survivor's 

Trust. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Finandal data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$1,426,297 (M); expenditures, $132,869; 

qualifying distributions, $130,449; giving 

activities include $128,600 for 35 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Human services; Roman 

Catholic agencies & churches; general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

on a national basis. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Unsolicited requests 

for funds not considered. 

Officers and Directors:* GaryJ. Pasquinelli,* 

Pres. and Treas.; Adrienne G. Mclaughlin,* V.P. 

and Secy.; Timothy S. Mclaughlin, Kirsten L 

Pasquinelli. 

EIN: 860671 21 4 



98 
Donald Pitt Family Foundation 

(Formerly Pitt Foundation) 
31 OS. Williams Blvd., Ste. 180 
Tucson, AZ 85711 (520)790-9900 
Contact: Dana Pitt, V.P. 

Established in 1956 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Donald Pitt. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,398,132 (M); gifts received, $217,822; 

expenditures, $64,619; qualifying distributions, 

$58,750; giving activities include $58,750 for 

23 grants (high: $32,1 56; low: $5). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; education; 

human services; youth, services; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Tucson, AZ. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach; Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Donald Pitt, Pres.; Dana Pitt, V.P. and 
Secy.; Tracy Pitt, Treas. 
EIN: 866057249 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$25,000 to Museum of New Mexico 

Foundation, Santa Fe, NM. 
$23,1 90 to United Way of Greater Tucson, 

Tucson, AZ. 

$2,000 to Community Food Bank, Tucson, AZ. 
$1,500 to Americans for Oxford, NYC, NY. 
$1,120 to Planned Parenthood of Southern 

Arizona, Tucson, AZ. 

$250 to Tucson Botanical Gardens, Tucson, AZ. 
$200 to Jewish National Fund, Phoenix, AZ. 



$200 to Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, AZ. 
$1 00 to Arizona Town Hall, Phoenix, AZ. 
$1 00 to Childrens Hospital Foundation of 
Orange County, Orange, CA. 



99 
The Schupak Family Foundation 

c/o Eugene Schupak 
9440 E.Mariposa Grande 
Scottsdale,AZ 85255 

Established in 1990 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Eugene I. Schupak. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 

$70,607 (M); gifts received, $1 50,71 3; 

expenditures, $93,51 7; qualifying distributions, 

$92,774; giving activities include $92,785 for 

33 grants (high: $51 ,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; education; human services; Jewish 

federated giving programs; Jewish agencies & 

temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the Phoenix, AZ, area. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Eugene Schupak, Pres.; Lenore 

Schupak, Secy.; Erika Schupak, Treas. 

EIN: 86065851 4 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$19,311 to Jewish Federation of Greater 

Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ. For general support. 
$9,500 to Jewish Family and Childrens Service 

of Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ. For general support. 
$8,500 to American Israel Education 

Foundation, DC. For general support. 
$1,750 to Jewish National Fund, Phoenix, AZ. 

For general support. 
$1,500 to United Jewish Appeal, NYC, NY. For 

general support. 
$1,000 to Arizona State University, Hillel, 

Tempe, AZ. For general support. 
$1,000 to Kivel Geriatric Center, Phoenix, AZ. 

For general support. 
$1,000 to Scottsdale Memorial Health 

Foundation, Scottsdale, AZ. For general 

support. 
$1,000 to Tzedakah Fund, Scottsdale, AZ. For 

general support. 
$1 ,000 to United Way, Valley of the Sun, 

Phoenix, AZ. For general support. 



100 
The Slavin Foundation 

6871 E. Desert Wind Ct. 
Tucson, AZ 85750 

Established around 1953. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$291,644 [M); expenditures, $100,825; 

qualifying distributions, $98,750; giving 

activities include $98,750 for 10 grants (high: 

$35,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Music; arts/cultural programs; 

higher education; human services; Jewish 



Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in AZ. No grants to individuals. 



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Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Trustees: Louis Slavin, Marjory Slavin. 
EIN: 366065791 



101 
The Elizabeth Read Taylor Foundation 

250 N. Meyer 

Tucson, AZ 85701 (520)622-7733 

Contact: Sidney L. Felker, Secy. 

Established in 1976. 
Donor(s): Elizabeth R. Taylor. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 
$1,303,121 (M); expenditures, $67,269; 
qualifying distributions, $57,862; giving 
activities include $55,000 for 10 grants (high: 
$12,600; low: $350). 

Purpose and activities: The foundation prefers 
projects that assist the physically, mentally or 
developmental ly handicapped. 
Fields of interest: Museums; secondary 
school/education; family planning; disabled. 
Limitations: Giving limited to the Tucson, AZ, 
area. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deac///ne(sJ:Apr.1 

Officers: Duncan R. Taylor, Pres.; Archibald 
Brown, V.P.; Kathleen R. Taylor, V.P.; Sidney L. 
Felker, Secy. 
EIN: 8603 16798 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$12,600 to San Juan Nature Institute, Friday 

Harbor, WA. To preserve marine life 

programs. 
$10,000 to Saint Elizabeth of Hungary Clinic, 

Tucson, AZ. For building improvement 

programs. 
$8,000 to Planned Parenthood of Southern 

Arizona, Tucson, AZ. For programs for 

mentally handicapped. 
$6,000 to Our Saviour Lutheran Church, 

Tucson, AZ. For Youth Playground programs. 
$5,500 to Community Food Bank, Tucson, AZ. 
$5,000 to Jewish Family and Childrens Service 

of Southern Arizona, Tucson, AZ. For respite 

care relief programs. 
$3,500 to Arizona Theater Company, Tucson, 

AZ. 
$2,000 to Mobile Meals of Tucson, Tucson, AZ. 

For food programs for elderly or housebound. 
$2,000 to Orcas Island Food Bank, Eastsound, 

WA. 



$350 to Orcas Island School District, Eastsound, 
WA. For science programs. 



102 
Vance Foundation ft 

2440 E. Broadway 
Tucson, AZ 85719 
Contact: Ashby I. Lohse, Secy. 

Established in 1969. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial date (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$829,710 (M); expenditures, $59,385; 

qualifying distributions, $55,096; giving 

activities include $50,700 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

human services; community development; 

Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the Tucson, AZ, 

area. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deat///nefe/:None 

Officers: Linda Lohse, Pres.; Florence Lohse, 
V.P.; Ashby I. Lohse, Secy.; Carmen Molina, 
Treas. 
EIN: 866043 169 



103 

Benjamin N. Webber Charitable Private 
Foundation 

(also known as Benjamin N. Webber 

Scholarship Fund) 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 53456, Dept. 961 

Phoenix, AZ 86072-3456 

Scholarship address: c/o Webber Educational 

Grants Committee, Arizona Home Economics, 

7030 E. Bonnie Brea Dr., Tucson, AZ 85710 

Established in 1981 inAZ. 

Donor(s): Benjamin N. Webber,* Josephine M. 

Webber.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1,677,761 (M); expenditures, $57,335; 

qualifying distributions, $47,948; giving 

activities include $44,851 for grants to 

individuals. 

Purpose and activities: Scholarships are given 

primarily to bilingual Mexican-American 

females from mining towns in AZ majoring in 

home economics. Preference is given to 

nutrition majors. Recipients must maintain a 

minimum GPA of 2.5 to retain grant. 



Fields of interest: Higher education; nutrition; 

home economics; Latinos; women. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to AZ. 

Publications: Informational brochure (including 

application guidelines). 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Deadline: Hone 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A, 
EIN: 8661 3651 7 



104 
Ellen Glazer Ziegler Foundation 

671 2 N. 65th St. 
Paradise Valley, AZ 85253 

Established in 1985 in IA. 

Donor(s): Madelyn L. Levitt, Ellen Glazer Ziegler. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$581,208 (M); gifts received, $45,000; 

expenditures, $61,591 ; qualifying distributions, 

$59,275; giving activities include $59,275 for 

16 grants (high: $31, 500; low: $75). 

Fields of interest: Arts, multipurpose 

centers/programs; arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; recreation; youth development, 

centers & clubs; human services; federated 

giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Phoenix, AZ. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Ellen Glazer Ziegler, Pres.; Madelyn L. 

Levitt, V.P.; Edward Glazer, Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 421 258465 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$31,500 to Scottsdale Cultural Council, 

Scottsdale, AZ. 

$7,500 to Fiesta Events, Tempe, AZ. 
$5,500 to Jewish Federation. 
$3,000 to Duke University, Durham, NC. 
$2,250 to Drake University, Des Moines, IA. 
$1 ,000 to Arizona State University Foundation, 

Tempe, AZ. 
$1 ,000 to Chamber of Commerce Foundation of 

Scottsdale, Scottsdale, AZ. 
$1,000 to Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, AZ. 
$1,000 to Scottsdale Artists School, Scottsdale, 

AZ. 
$1,000 to Scottsdale Memorial Hospital, 

Scottsdale, AZ. 



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Clarence E. Anthony Charitable Trust 

P.O. Box 199 

Murfreesboro ; AR 71958 (870)285-3471 

Contact: Clarence E. Anthony, Tr. 

Established in 1977 in AR. 
Donor(s): Clarence E. Anthony. 
Foundation type; Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,204,154 (M); expenditures, $75,314; 
qualifying distributions, $73,250; giving 
activities include $73,250 for 9 grants (high: 
$51,000; low: $750). 

Purpose and activities: Emphasis on churches, 
church-supported colleges or universities, 
church-supported orphanages, and other 
charities. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 
(general); health care; human services; children 
& youth, services; religious federated giving 
programs; Christian agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in AR, with 
emphasis on Murfreesboro. No grants to 
individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Dead/ine(s):None 

Final notification: Positive responses only 
Trustee: Clarence E. Anthony. 
HN: 71 61 02641 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$51, 000 to Ouachita Baptist University, 

Arkadelphia,AR. 
$10,000 to Arkansas Baptist Foundation, Little 

Rock,AR. 
$5,000 to Florence Crittenton Home, Little 

Rock,AR. 
$2,500 to University of Arkansas for Medical 

Sciences Foundation, Little Rock, AR. 
$1,000 to Arkansas Baptist Childrens Homes 

and Family Ministries, Little Rock, AR. 
$1,000 to Arkansas Childrens Hospital, Little 

Rock, AR. 

$1,000 to Carti Foundation, Little Rock, AR. 
$1,000 to Chamber of Commerce of Pike 

County, Murfreesboro, AR. 
$750 to Independent College Fund of Arkansas, 

North Little Rock, AR. 



106 
Arkansas Real Estate Foundation, Inc. & 

204 Executive Ct,Ste. 300 

Little Rock, AR 722054551 (501)225-0099 

Contact: Directors 

Established in 1985. 

Donor(s): NationsBank, N.A., Twin City Bank, 

Arkansas Bank & Trust Co., First Commercial 

Bank, N.A., First National Bank, Bank of Hot 

Springs. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$214,391 (M); gifts received, $79,282; 

expenditures, $80,778; qualifying distributions, 



$59,1 1 0; giving activities include $59,1 1 for 

grants. 

Purpose and activities: Support to organizations 

that benefit the real estate industry in AR. 

Fields of interest: Community development, real 

estate. 

Limitations: Giving limited to AR. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deacf///ie(s;.-None 

Officers: Larry Meyers, Pres.; Bill Edwards, 
Secy.; J.C. Whisnant, Exec. Dir. 
Directors: Nick D'Auteuil, James Dietz, Jerry 
Halpern, HerbYarbrough. 
EIN: 74241 8473 



107 
Nadine L. Baum Charitable Foundation & 

c/oArvestTrustCo.,N.A. 

P.O. Box 1327 

Fayettevi!le,AR 72702-1327 (501)575-1124 

Contact: Ray Rhoades, V.P. and Trust Off., Arvest 

Trust Co., N.A. 

Established in 1993 in AR. 

Donor(s): Nadine L Baum. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,088,163 (M); expenditures, $81,674; 

qualifying distributions, $71 ,324; giving 

activities include $72,000 for 15 grants (high: 

$0; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; human services; Protestant agencies 

& churches; religion. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AR. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deac(//ne(s):None 

Directors: A.D. McAllister, I.F. Mendenhall, 
Robert Palmer. 

Trustee: Arvest Trust Co., N.A. 
EIN: 71 61 56274 



108 
Elmer & Gladys Ferguson Charitable Trust 

P.O. Box 71 
DeWitt,AR 72042-0071 

Established in 1985 in AR. 

Donor(s): Elmer Ferguson, Gladys Ferguson, 

DeWitt Bank & Trust Co., Elmer Ferguson Farms, 

Inc. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,681,554 (M); gifts received, $40,000; 

expenditures, $54,063; qualifying distributions, 

$49,542; giving activities include $49,542 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

hospitals (general); human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AR and MS. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Rebecca Ehrlicher, Elmer Ferguson, 

Gladys Ferguson, Gary Hudson, Carolyn F. 

Pryor, Nancy F. Rasco. 

EIN: 581 674674 



109 
Hie Caddy Foundation & 

c/o Bob Caddy 
P.O. Box 309 
Fayetteville, AR 72707 

Established in 1996 in AR. 
Donor(s): Bob L. Caddy. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$432,925 (M); gifts received, $554,000; 
expenditures, $1 24,358; qualifying distributions, 
$122,919; giving activities include $122,919 for 
2 grants (high: $1 10,800; low: $12,1 1 9). 
Fields of interest: Education; religion. 
Limitations: Giving limited to Fayetteville, AR. 
Trustees: Richard M. Ardemagni, J. Scott Bull, 
Bob L. Caddy, Jeffrey Lane Caddy, Linda A. 
Caddy, Laura Dean Largent, H.D. McCarty. 
EIN: 71 0800482 



110 

William Thomas & May Pitman Hennessy 
Foundation 

c/o First National Bank, Trust Dept. 

P.O. Box 7 

Fort Smith, AR 72902 (501)782-2041 

Established in 1962 in AR. 

Donor(s): May P. Hennessy Trust, W.T. 

Hennessy Testamentary Trust. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1 51 ,31 (M); gifts received, $ 1 08,347; 

expenditures, $186,280; qualifying distributions, 

$183,838; giving activities include $183,930 for 

22 grants (high: $60,250; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); human 

services; youth, services; homeless, human 

services; homeless. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to Fort Smith, AR. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: First National Bank. 

EIN: 71 6058272 



111 
The Robin E. Hernreich Foundation it 

71 1-B Garrison Ave. 

Fort Smith, AR 72901 (501)783-3105 

Contact: John M. Thomas, Secy. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$300,274 (M); expenditures, $80,747; 

qualifying distributions, $80,747; giving 

activities include $79,774 for 14 grants (high: 

$3 1,499; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Music; higher education; 

medical care, in-patient care; religion. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. 

Application information: 

Oeac//inefsj;None 
Officer: John M.Thomas, Secy. 
Trustee: Robin E. Hernreich. 
EIN: 71 0757831 



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112 
Hohenberg Foundation, Inc. 

11 60 Columbus PI. 

Fayetteville, AR 72701 

Contort; Juliet H. Wischmeyer, Pres. 

Established in 1976. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 0/31/96): Assets, 

$1,366,841 (M); expenditures, $78,154; 

qualifying distributions, $59,300; giving 

activities include $56,000 for 1 7 grants (high: 

$15,400; low: $200). 

Purpose and activities: Giving for scientific, 

educational, and general charitable activities. 

Fields of interest: Humanities; higher education. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Memphis, TN. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deacf//nefsj;None 

Officers and Directors:* Juliet H. Wischmeyer,* 
Pres.; Adam E. Hohenberg,* Secy.-Treas.; Laetitia 
H. Angliviel, Julien j. Hohenberg, Mary M.G. 
Hohenberg. 
BIN: 620991 21 8 



113 

The Fredrick H. & Kathleen M. Hornlein 
Educational Tr.& 

c/o First National Bank 

P.O. Box Drawer 1928 

Mountain Home, AR 72654-1928 

(870)425-2101 

Contact: Sandy Broskovak, Tr. 

FAX: (870) 425-1 882 

Established in 1995 in AR. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,937,023 (M); expenditures, $109,368; 
qualifying distributions, $95,591 ; giving 
activities include $96,928 for 93 grants to 
individuals (high: $3,000; low: $95). 
Purpose and activities: "Graduate of Mountain 
Home Arkansas High School, and accepted by 
college, university, vo-tech, or other school 
described in IRC 1 70(B)(1)(A)(II) as a candidate 
for a certificate or undergraduate degree. Full or 
part time at an institution located within the 
continental USA. Selections based on financial 
need, character, and scholastic ability." 
Fields of interest: Scholarships/financial aid; 
education. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds; 
scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in AR. 
Application information: Application form 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deao7/ne(sj:Mar.30 

Board meeting date(s): May 
Trustee: Sandy Broskovak. 
Committee Members: Crystal Collins, Steve 
Luelf, Lyndle McCurley, Peggy Pawlak, James 
Simmons. 
EIN: 71 61 57456 



114 

The Hussman Foundation & 
P.O. Box 2221 

Little Rock, AR 72203 (501)378-3400 
Confacf: Walter Hussman Jr., Tr. 

Established in 1984. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$544,210 (M); gifts received, $230,000; 
expenditures, $1 22,71 1 ; qualifying distributions, 
$ 1 22,71 1 ; giving activities include $ 1 22,250 for 
7 grants (high: $62,500; low: $250). 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
environment; foundations (private grantmaking). 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Little Rock, AR. 
No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Trustees: Marilyn Augur, Walter Hussman, Jr. 
EIN: 581 605071 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$62,500 to Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, 

AR. For development programs. 
$50,000 to University of North Carolina, 

Journalism School, Chapel Hill, NC.To 

renovate classrooms. 
$5,000 to Childrens Educational Opportunity 

Foundation America, Bentonville, AR. 

Toward enrollment in private schools. 
$2,500 to Big Apple Circus, NYC, NY. For 

Classical Circus Foundation. 
$1,000 to Arkansas Able, Little Rock, AR. For 

job skills training programs. 
$ 1 ,000 to University of Arkansas Law School 

Foundation, Fayetteville, AR. For Vince Foster 

Foundation for chair. 
$250 to Potluck, Little Rock, AR. 



115 

The Bernice Young Jones Educational 
Trust For Family & Community 
Studies & 

P.O. Drawer H 
Springdale,AR 74765-2035 

Established in 1995 in AR. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 11/30/96): Assets, 
$5,058 (M); gifts received, $102,000; 
expenditures, $97,381 ; qualifying distributions, 
$97,074; giving activities include $95,000 for 3 
grants (high: $50,000; low: $5,000). 
Fields of interest: University; law 
school/education; aging, centers & services. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in AR. No grants to 
individuals. 

Directors: Joel Carver, H.G. Frost, Bernice Jones. 
EIN: 71 61 64299 



116 
The John G. Leake Charitable Foundation 

P.O. Box 25 141 4 

Little Rock, AR 72225-1414 

Established in 1990 in AR. 
Donor(s): John G. Leake. 
Foundation type: Independent 



Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1,148,790 (M); expenditures, $75,723; 
qualifying distributions, $71,527; giving 
activities include $69,307 for 52 grants (high: 
$10,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Education; hospitals (general); 
health associations; human services; children & 
youth, services; general charitable giving. 
Types of support: Building/renovation; 
equipment; program development; fellowships; 
scholarship funds; matching funds. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in AR. 
Publications: Annual report. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deadlinefs): None 

Trustees: Margaret E. Leake, Phillip E. Rickels. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 71 61 39663 



117 

Medallion Foods Competitive Edge 
Scholarship Trust& 

3636 Delta Ave. 
Newport, AR 72117 

Established in 1995 in AR. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$52,333 (M); gifts received, $57,591; 

expenditures, $78,233; qualifying distributions, 

$78,167; giving activities include $78,197 for 

180 grants to individuals (high: $1,185; low: 

$200). 

Fields of interest: Scholarships/financial aid. 

Limitations: Giving limited to residents of and 

children of non-resident employees in Jackson 

County, AR. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Deadline(s): Summer school and high school 
seniors, fall and spring: Apr. 15. Continuing 
and non-traditional students: June 30 

Officers: Kanester Hodges, Jr., Pres.; Jim S. 

Gowen, Sr., V.P.; Ann Hout, Exec. Dir. 

Trustees: Mike Imoue, Alice Walton, Newport 

Federal Savings Bank. 

EIN: 71 0773955 



118 
Charles T. Meyer Foundation 

2230 Cottondale Ln., Ste. 4 

Little Rock, AR 72202-2048 

Scholarship application address: c/o Scholarship 

Coord., Meyer's Bakeries, Inc., P.O. Box 7498, 

Little Rock, AR 7221 7; Tel.: (501 ) 6644272 

Established in 1952. 

Donor(s): Meyer's Bakeries, Inc. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$10,532 (M); gifts received, $90,000; 

expenditures, $1 01,375; qualifying distributions, 

$101,375; giving activities include $92,925 for 

44 grants (high: $25,000; low: $1 0) and $8,450 

for 9 grants to individuals (high: $2,500; low: 

$300). 

Purpose and activities: Scholarships only to 

children of employees of Meyer's Bakeries, Inc. 

Fields of interest: Health associations; human 

services; children & youth, services. 



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Types of support: Employee-related scholarships. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Little Rock, AR. 
Application information: Application form 
required for scholarships. 

Deadline(s): Mid-Feb. for scholarships 
Officers: Charles Meyer, Chair.; Charles Meyer 
III, C.E.O. 
EIN: 71 6058266 



119 
Munro Foundation 

190ElmwoodDr. 
Hot Springs, AR 71901 

Established in 1975. 

Donor(s): Donald M. Munro. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$452,551 (M); gifts received, $90,662; 

expenditures, $1 31,653; qualifying distributions, 

$1 29,979; giving activities include $1 29,979 for 

109 grants (high: $20,000; low: $45). 

Fields of interest: General charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AR. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: James D. Brown, Michael T. 

Hennessey, Donald M. Munro. 

EIN: 71 0469911 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1 997. 

$20,000 to Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR. 

$6,000 to Foundation for the Mid South, 

Jackson, MS. 
$5,000 to Two/Ten International Footwear 

Foundation (TTF), Watertown, MA. For j. S. 

Munro Scholarship Fund. 
$5,000 to University of the Ozarks, Clarksville, 

AR. 2 grante: $2,500 each. 
$4,000 to Wildwood Park for the Performing 

Arts, Little Rock, AR. 
$3,000 to Business for Social Responsibility 

(BSR), San Francisco, CA. 
$2,500 to National Family Partnership, Little 

Rock, AR. For Red Ribbon program. 
$2,000 to 2001 Foundation, Hot Springs, AR. 
$1 ,500 to Arkansas Nature Conservancy, Little 

Rock, AR. 



120 
Nabholz Charitable Foundation t 

P.O. Box 2090 

Conway,AR 72033 (501)327-7781 

Contact: Robert D. Nabholz, Dir. 

Established in 1987 in AR. 
Donor(s): Robert D. Nabholz. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 
$442,220 (M); gifts received, $26,004; 
expenditures, $56,149; qualifying distributions, 
$55,333; giving activities include $55,333 for 
12 grants (high: $12,500; low: $250). 
Fields of interest: Higher education; youth, 
services; public policy, research; Roman 
Catholic agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in AR. 
Application information: The foundation is 
obligated to current recipients; applications are 
not currently being accepted. 



Directors: NorbertMoix, Dan Nabholz, Robert 

D. Nabholz, Robert Tyler. 

EIN: 581 748037 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$12,500 to Arkansas Childrens Hospital, Little 

Rock, AR. 
$10,000 to Arkansas Policy Foundation, Little 

Rock, AR. 

$10,000 to Hendrix College, Conway, AR. 
$5,000 to Lyon College, Batesville, AR. 
$5,000 to Saint Vincent. 
$5,000 to University of the Ozarks, Clarksville, 

AR. 
$3,333 to John Brown University, Siloam 

Springs, AR. 

$2,500 to Second Baptist Church, 
$1 ,000 to Arkansas Quality Awards, Little Rock, 

AR. 
$250 to Advocates for Battered Women, Little 

Rock,AR. 



121 

William C. & Theodosia Murphy Nolan 
Foundation 

200 N. Jefferson, Ste. 308 

El Dorado, AR 71730 (870)863-7118 

Contact: William C. Nolan, V.P. 

Established in 1962 in AR. 

Donor(s): Theodosia Murphy Nolan, William C. 

Nolan. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 02/28/97): Assets, 

$1,589,715 (M); gifts received, $22,850; 

expenditures, $65,504; qualifying distributions, 

$64,268; giving activities include $64,000 for 

26 grants (high: $20,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Historic preservation/historical 

societies; arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; medical school/education; human 

services; Protestant agencies & churches. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

building/renovation; scholarship funds; research. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AR. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Theodosia Murphy Nolan, Pres.; 
William C. Nolan, V.P. and Treas.; Robert C. 
Nolan, Secy. 
EIN: 71 6049791 



122 
Orbit Valve Foundation 

P.O. Box 193520 

Little Rock, AR 72219-3520 

Established in 1981. 

Donor(s): Orbit Valve International, Inc. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$219,212 (M); expenditures, $129,746; 

qualifying distributions, $1 29,681 ; giving 

activities include $129,681 for 64 grants (high: 

$50,000; low: $30). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; health care; human services; 

children & youth, services; federated giving 

programs. 

Types of support: Capital campaigns; 

scholarship funds. 



Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to AR. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Lavonda Anne Moore, Secy. 

Directors: W. Ray Gabbard, Ed D. Ligon, Jr. 

EIN: 71 0552659 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$1 6,1 36 to United Way of Pulaski County, Little 

Rock,AR. 
$5,000 to Aerospace Education Center, Little 

Rock,AR. 
$5,000 to Arkansas Museum of Science and 

History, Little Rock, AR. 
$5,000 to Baptist Health Foundation, Little 

Rock, AR. 
$3,000 to Arkansas Policy Foundation, Little 

Rock,AR. 
$2,000 to Easter Seal Society of Arkansas, Little 

Rock, AR. 
$1,000 to Heifer Project International, Little 

Rock,AR. 
$1,000 to Saint Vincent Development 

Foundation, Little Rock, AR. 
$300 to Boys Club of Little Rock, Little Rock, AR. 
$200 to Carti Foundation, Little Rock, AR. 



123 

Charles Thomas & Mary Alice Pearson 
Educational Foundation, Inc. 

c/o NationsBank, N.A. 
P.O. Box 1287 

Fayetteville,AR 72702-1287 
Co/tfacf:Mark A. Lungaro, Dir. 
Application address: c/o Lewis D. Jones, P.O. 
Box 1284, Fayetteville, AR 72702 

Established around 1994. 
Donor(s): Mary Alice Pearson. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 05/31/97): Assets, 
$1,728,883 (M); expenditures, $72,341; 
qualifying distributions, $54,000; giving 
activities include $54,000 for 1 3 grants to 
individuals (high: $9,500; low: $2,500). 
Fields of interest: Scholarships/financial aid. 
Limitations: Giving limited to AR. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dea<y//ne(sJ:None 

Directors: Lewis D. Jones, Mark A. Lungaro, 
Mary Alice Parker Pearson. 
EIN: 71 0738555 



124 
The Pruet Foundation 

31 5 E. Oak St. 

P.O. Box 31 

El Dorado, AR 71730 

Established in 1991 in AR. 
Donor(s):Chesley Pruet. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,524,794 (M); gifts received, $125,000; 
expenditures, $1 0,465; qualifying distributions, 
$10,000; giving activities include $10,000 for 2 
grants of $5,000 each. 



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Purpose and activities: Support primarily for a 
Baptist university; support also for other higher 
education and medical research. 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 
education; medical research; human services. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in AR. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: Chesley Pruet, Pres. and Treas.; 
Elizabeth J. Pruet, V.P. 
EIN: 71 071 0627 



125 
Rebsamen Fund 

P.O. Box 31 98 

Little Rock, AR 72203-3198 

Incorporated in 1944 in AR. 
Donor(s): Rebsamen Insurance, Inc. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 
$1,042,488 (M); gifts received, $68,686; 
expenditures, $97,030; qualifying distributions, 
$86,475; giving activities include $86,750 for 
21 grants (high: $25,000; low: $50). 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 
education; health associations; youth 
development, centers & clubs; human services; 
federated giving programs. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in AR. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Dead/mefel.-None 

Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 
Officers: Ruth R. Remmel, Pres.; Sam C. Sowell, 
V.P.; Pat Clover, Secy.-Treas. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 71 6053911 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$25,000 to Aerospace Education Center, Little 

Rock, AR. 
$12,000 to United Way of Pulaski County, Little 

Rock, AR. 

$1 0,000 to Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR. 
$8,750 to University of Arkansas, Little Rock, 

AR. 2 grants: $6,750, $2,000 (For general 

support for Law Campaign program). 
$7,000 to Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, Little 

Rock,AR. 
$5,000 to Westark Community College 

Foundation, Fort Smith, AR. 
$2,500 to University of Arkansas Foundation, 

Little Rock, AR. 
$2,000 to Arkansas Repertory Theater Company, 

Little Rock, AR. 
$ 1 ,500 to Arkansas Museum of Science and 

History, Little Rock, AR. 



126 
Rosenzweig-Schloss Foundation 

P.O. Box 8948 

Pine Bluff, AR 71611-8948 (870)534-3721 

Contact: Don A. Eilbott, Tr. 

Established in 1988 in AR. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$846,673 (M); expenditures, $97,618; 
qualifying distributions, $65,908; giving 



activities include $66,503 for 20 grants (high: 

$10,500; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Education; health care. 

Types of support: Annual campaigns; capital 

campaigns; building/renovation; program 

development; conferences/seminars; seed 

money; research; matching funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AR. No grants to 

individuals. 

Publications: Annual report. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Cop/esof>oposa/;2 

Deadline: None 

Board meeting date(s): As needed 
Trustee: Don A. Eilbott. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 581 789606 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1 997. 
$10,500 to Pine Bluff School District, Pine Bluff, 

AR. 
$10,000 to Baptist Health Foundation, Little 

Rock,AR. 

$7,500 to Neighbor to Neighbor, Pine Bluff, AR. 
$5,000 to Arkansas Community Foundation, 

Little Rock, AR. 
$4,000 to Watson Chapel Schools, Pine Bluff, 

AR. 
$4,000 to White Hall School District, White 

Hall, AR. 
$3,000 to Altheimer Unified School District, 

Altheimer, AR. 

$3,000 to Dollarway School District, AR. 
$2,500 to Committee Against Spouse Abuse, 

Pine Bluff, AR. 
$2,500 to Salvation Army of Pine Bluff, Pine 

Bluff, AR. 



127 
Harold S. Seabrook Charitable Trust 

c/o Pine Bluff National Bank, Trust Div. 

P.O. Box 7878 

Pine Bluff, AR 71611 

Contact: Richard L. Metcalf, Exec. V.P. and Trust 

Off. 

Established around 1983 in AR. 

Donor(s): Dorothy S. Bennet. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 0/31/97): Assets, 

$ 1 ,885,440 (M); expenditures, $ 1 1 5,043; 

qualifying distributions, $96,906; giving 

activities include $95,661 for 22 grants (high: 

$51, 250; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Recreation; human services; 

children & youth, services. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to AR, with emphasis on Pine Bluff. 

Trustees: David S. Fox, Sr., NationsBank, N.A. 

EIN: 71 61 19636 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$51,250 to YMCA of Pine Bluff, Pine Bluff, AR. 

For general support. 
$5,400 to Jenkins Memorial Center, Pine Bluff, 

AR. For general support. 
$4,000 to Neighbor to Neighbor, Pine Bluff, AR. 

For general support. 
$3,978 to Child Center, Pine Bluff, AR. For 

general support. 



$2,000 to Arts and Science Center for Southeast 

Arkansas, Pine Bluff, AR. For children's 

program. 
$2,000 to Four-H of Jefferson County, Pine Bluff, 

AR. For camping program, 
$2,000 to Literacy Council of Jefferson County, 

Pine Bluff, AR. For general support. 
$2,000 to Pine Bluff Symphony Orchestra, 

Youth Orchestra, Pine B luff, AR. 
$2,000 to Salvation Army of Pine Bluff, Pine 

Bluff, AR. For general support. 
$2,000 to Volunteers in Courts Jefferson County, 

Pine Bluff, AR. For general support. 



128 
D.E. Smith Charitable Trust* 

9600 Life Dr., Ste. 360 
Little Rock, AR 72205 

Established in 1986. 

Donor(s): David E. Smith. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 

$981,285 (M); gifts received, $91,372; 

expenditures, $59,365; qualifying distributions, 

$57,500; giving activities include $57,500 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: University; Christian agencies 

& churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to AR. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: David E. Smith. 

EIN: 716128931 



129 
Southshore Foundation & 

c/o Steve Sanders 

301 E. Main St. 

Flippin,AR 72634 (870)453-8811 

Established in 1995. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1 73,61 3 (M); gifts received, $1 26,241 ; 

expenditures, $108,884; qualifying distributions, 

$82,643; giving activities include $77,643 for 4 

grants (high: $36,864; low: $810) and $5,000 

for 5 grants to individuals of $1,000 each. 

Purpose and activities: "Governmental agencies 

must be located on the south shore of Bull 

Shoals Lake in AR. Other grantees must be 

located in the U.S." 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; higher education; family services, 

home/homemaker aid. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AR. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Trustees: David Bowman, Mike Brown, Ed 

Chandler, Ed Coulter, Howard Evans, John 

Haley, Margaret Hall, Kenneth Jefferson, Jodie 

Jeffrey, David Land, Deanna Latting, Steven 

Sanders, Sr., Betty Smith, Phyllis Speer. 

EIN: 621 666363 



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130 
The Steuri Family Foundation & 

52 River Ridge Rd. 

Little Rock, AR 72227-1518 

Contact: John E. Steuri, Pres. and Grace D. 

Steuri, V.P. 

FAX: (501) 227-0211 

Established in 1995 in AR. 
Donor(s): John E. Steuri, Grace D. Steuri. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,143,121 (M); expenditures, $78,906; 
qualifying distributions, $68,155; giving 
activities include $69,700 for 13 grants (high: 
$18,200; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Museums; performing arts 
centers; orchestra (symphony); arts/cultural 
programs; education; hospitals (general); 
Salvation Army; children & youth, services; 
religion. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 
capital campaigns. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Little Rock, AR. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 
Copies of proposal: 1 
DMfl/ne(s;:Oct.31 
Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 
Officers and Directors:* John E. Steuri,* Pres.; 
Grace D. Steuri,* V.P.; David J. Steuri,* 
Secy.-Treas. 
BIN: 71 0783064 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$18,200 to United Way of Pulaski County, Little 

Rock, AR. For programs. 
$10,000 to Baptist Health Foundation, Little 
Rock, AR. For relocation and new facility. 
$1 0,000 to Boy Scouts of America, Quapaw 
Area Council, Little Rock, AR. For capital 
campaign for Cove Creek reservation. 
$10,000 to Harding University, Searcy, AR. For 
capital campaign and program in free 
enterprise. 

$5,000 to Easter Seal Society of Arkansas, Little 
Rock, AR. For capital campaign for new 
technology. 

$5,000 to Salvation Army Divisional 
Headquarters, Camp Heart O'Hills, 
Oklahoma City, OK. For renovation and 
expansion. 
$5,000 to Wildwood Park for the Performing 

Arts, Little Rock, AR. 

$2,500 to Shepherds Ranch, Little Rock, AR. 
$1,000 to Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, Little 

Rock,AR. 

$1,000 to University of Arkansas, Little Rock, 
AR. 



131 
Doss T. Sutton Charitable Foundation 

P.O. Box 10226 
Fort Smith, AR 72903 
Contact: Tom Barr,Tr. 

Established around 1964. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$1,383,201 (M); expenditures, $67,703; 

qualifying distributions, $65,073; giving 

activities include $58,700 for 1 6 grants (high: 

$31, 000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; animal 

welfare; cancer; youth, services; federated 

giving programs. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Fort Smith, AR. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deadlineis): None 

Trustees: Tom Barr, Tom Curtis, James Llewellyn, 
Joe Powers. 
BN: 71 6055339 



132 
Godfrey Thomas Foundation, Inc. 

623 S.Tyler 

DeWitt,AR 72042-2032 
Contact: Mary B.Carr,Tr. 

Established in 1967 in AR. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,285,961 (M); gifts received, $4,1 70; 

expenditures, $74,978; qualifying distributions, 

$71,248; giving activities include $1 1,633 for 6 

grants (high: $8,333; low: $100) and $47,645 

for 66 grants to individuals. 

Purpose and activities: Primarily awards 

scholarships to individuals for higher education; 

support also for public education and museums. 

Fields of interest: Museums; education. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in AR. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter or telephone 

Deadline(s): For scholarships: May 1 5 for fall 

term and Dec. 1 for spring term 
Trustees: Mary B. Carr, Harry C. Erwin, Harry C. 
Erwin III. 
EIN: 71 6065971 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$8,333 to First United Methodist Church, 

DeWitt,AR. For building fund. 
$ 1 ,200 to Patillo Center School. For unrestricted 

support. 
$1,000 to Stuttgart Agricultural Museum, 

Stuttgart, AR. For unrestricted support. 
$500 to Arkansas Post County Museum, Gillett, 

AR. For unrestricted support. 



$500 to DeWitt Rotary Club, AR. For 

scholarship. 
$100 to Four-H Foundation, Arkansas, Little 

Rock, AR. For unrestricted support. 



133 

Ruth Veasey Educational Foundation, 
Inc.* 

P.O. Box 326 

Dermott,AR 71638 

Contact: Mrs. R.H. Dennington, Dir. 

Scholarship application address: P.O. Box 3, 

Dermott, AR 71638; Tel.: (870) 538-5342 

Established in 1963. 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data (yr. ended 05/31/97): Assets, 
$1,026,108 (M); expenditures, $44,283; 
qualifying distributions, $44,283; giving 
activities include $35,950 for 1 7 loans to 
individuals (high: $3,750; low: $800). 
Purpose and activities: Awards student loans for 
higher education, with preference given to 
graduates of Dermott High School. 
Types of support: Student loans to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Dermott, AR. 
Application information: 3 references are 
required, including one from a local business 
person if possible. Application form required. 

Initial approach: Letter or telephone 

Copies of proposal: 3 

Deao7/ne$:Apr.30 

Officers: Ralph L. McQueen, Pres.; Jimmy G. 
Parkerson, V.P.; A.F. Kinney, Secy.; H.W. 
Thomas, Treas. 

Directors: Thomas Deen, Mrs. R.H. 
Dennington, Mary K. Tucker. 
EIN: 71 6051 103 



134 
Wallace Trust Foundation ft 

c/o Gibbs Ferguson 

209 W. Oak St. 

McGehee,AR 71654 (870)222-6660 

Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, $65 
(M); gifts received, $93,238; expenditures, 
$93,253; qualifying distributions, $93,253; 
giving activities include $29,973 for 16 grants 
(high: $1 3,698; low: $50) and $63,075 for 26 
grants to individuals (high: $7,395; low: $500). 
Fields of interest: Education; natural resource 
conservation & protection; hospitals (general); 
Boy Scouts; cemetery company. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to AR. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead/Kiefs]: None 

Trustees: William Fred Denton, Gibbs Ferguson, 
James Kelley. 
EIN: 71 0754251 



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135 
A-T Medical Research Foundation 

5241 Round Meadow Rd. 

Hidden Hills, CA 91302-1163 (818)704-8146 

Contact: Pamela Smith, V.P. 

FAX: (81 8) 704-83 10 

Established in 1983 in CA. 

Donor(s): George A. Smith, Pamela J. Smith. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$229,864 (M); gifts received, $486,394; 

expenditures, $345,446; qualifying distributions, 

$1 99,500; giving activities include $1 99,500 for 

grants (high: $122,500). 

Purpose and activities: Grants to individuals on 

an international basis only for medical research 

relating to ataxia-telangiectasia. 

Fields of interest: Medical research. 

Types of support: Seed money; research. 

Limitations: Giving on a national and 

international basis. 

Publications: Annual report, newsletter, 

informational brochure. 

Application information: Requests reviewed 

and approved by scientific director. Application 

form not required. 

Initial approach: Contact foundation for 
current application guidelines 

Dead/fne(sJ:None 

Officers and Directors:* George A. Smith,* 
Pres. and C.F.O.; Pamela). Smith,* V.P. and 
Secy.; Lois Rosen, V.P.; Gerald M. Bazar, Mary 
Bevarth, Elena Boder, M.D., David Haskell. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 953882022 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$122,500 to University of California, Los 

Angeles, CA. For medical research cure 

programs. 
$55,000 to Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. 

For medical research cure programs. 



136 
Berle H.Adams Foundation 

4555StrohmAve. 

North Hollywood, CA 91602 

Contact: Berle H.Adams, Pres. 

Established in 1962. 

Donor(s): Berle H.Adams. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$288,805 (M); gifts received, $106,192; 

expenditures, $135,838; qualifying distributions, 

$1 36,957; giving activities include $1 34,41 2 for 

53 grants (high: $74,543; low: $18). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; health 

associations; human services; Jewish federated 

giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer and Directors:* Berle H. Adams,* Pres.; 

Helen Kleinberg, Kenneth Kleinberg. 



EIN: 95611 6038 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$74,543 to University of California-San Diego, 

La Jolla, CA. For Lucy Adams Fund. 
$12,219 to Temple Emanuel, Los Angeles, CA. 
$9,410 to University of Judaism, Los Angeles, 

CA. 2 grants: $7,500, $1,910 (For Wagner 

Program). 

$7,000 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to American Melanoma Foundation, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1,250 to Sheriffs Youth Foundation of Los 

Angeles County, Monterey Park, CA. 
$1,225 to Fulfillment Fund, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to Estelle Doheny Eye Institute, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 

Los Angeles, CA. 



137 
Emma and Joe Adams Foundation 

2107 W.Washington Blvd. 

Los Angeles, CA 90018 (323)737-8000 

Contact: joe Adams, Dir. 

Established in 1992 in CA. 

Donor(s): Joe Adams, Emma Adams. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$ 1,395,564 (M); gifts received, $200,000; 

expenditures, $100,050; qualifying distributions, 

$99,401 ; giving activities include $1 00,000 for 

1 grant. 

Fields of interest: Higher education. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: 



Deacf//ne(s):None 
Director: Joe Adams. 
EIN: 954400099 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$1 00,000 to Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA. 

For programs. 



138 
The Robert Lee Adams Foundation 

3600 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 820 

Los Angeles, CA 90010 (213)739-2022 

Contact; Julian Eli Capatajr. 

Established in 1993. 
Donor(s):Velma Adams.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 
$1,503,315 (M); expenditures, $154,910; 
qualifying distributions, $109,521, -giving 
activities include $3,420 for 4 grants (high: 
$2,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Camps; human services. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline(s): None 
Trustee: Julian Eli Capata. 
EIN: 956930571 



139 
The Adaptec Foundation '/? 

691 S.Milpitas Blvd., 125 
Milpitas,CA 95035 (408)945-8600 
Contact; Winnie Shum, Corp. Tax. Mgr. 

Established in CA. 

Donor(s): Adaptec, Inc. FGIN 942748530. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$1,354,156 (M); gifts received, $385,800; 

expenditures, $64,294; qualifying distributions, 

$64,294; giving activities include $64,294 for 

54 grants (high: $40,500; low: $18). 

Fields of interest: University; cancer; leukemia; 

diabetes; housing/shelter; Salvation Army; 

YM/YWCAs & YM/YWHAs. 

Types of support: Endowment funds. 

Publications: 990-PF, corporate giving report. 

Officers and Directors:* Tim Harris,* Pres.; 

Peter Campagna,* Secy.-Treas.; Dana Miles. 

EIN: 770425467 



140 
The Adelaide Foundation* 

c/o Nigel Sinclair 
9348 Civic Center Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 

Established in 1996 in. 

Donor(s):Mel Gibson, Robyn Gibson. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$930 (M); gifts received, $105,71 5; 

expenditures, $105,719; qualifying distributions, 

$ 1 00,000; giving activities include $1 00,000 for 

1 grant. 

Fields of interest: General char/fable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to OH. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizaitons. 

Officers: Bruce Davey, Pres.-Treas.; Nigel 

Sinclair, Secy. 

Directors: Mel Gibson, Robyn Gibson. 

EIN: 954560076 



141 
Aliso Viejo Community Foundation 

26137LaPazRd. 

Mission Viejo, CA 92691 (949)837-6050 

Contact: Wendy L. Wetzel Harder, Pres. 

Established in 1989 in CA. 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data(yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 
$53,978 (M); gifts received, $75,000; 
expenditures, $195,652; qualifying distributions, 
$193,555; giving activities include $192,505 for 
1 8 grants (high: $ 1 00,000; low: $50) and 
$1 ,050 for foundation-administered programs. 
Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 
education; higher education; athletics/sports, 
amateur leagues; youth development, scouting 
agencies (general); youth, services. 
Limitations: Giving limited to the Aliso Viejo, 
CA, area. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

DeaoV/ne&.-None 

Officers and Directors:* Wendy L. Wetzel 
Harder,* Pres.; Sue Herigstad,* Secy.; Charla 



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EIN: 330321934 



142 
The Isabel Allende Foundation & 

116 Caledonia St. 
Sausalito,CA 94965 

Established in 1996 in CA. 
Donor(s): Isabel Allende. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 
$1 ,308,938 (M); gifts received, $1,097,033; 
expenditures, $69,539; qualifying distributions, 
$65,658; giving activities include $65,658 for 
21 grants (high: $15,000; low: $50). 
Fields of interest: Education; youth 
development; community development; 
Christian agencies & churches; women. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in San Francisco and Marin County, 
CA, and some giving in Bangladesh. No grants 
to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: Isabel Allende, Pres.; William C. 
Gordon, Secy. 
EIN: 91 1748486 



143 
Allgemeiner Deutscher Frauen-Hilfsverein 

(also known as German Ladies Genera! 

Benevolent Society) 

P.O. Box 271 01 

San Francisco, CA 94127 (415)391-9947 

Owtfact-JuttaKiei, Dir. 

Established in 1881 in CA. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$102,503 (M); gifts received, $22,232; 

expenditures, $1 17,503; qualifying distributions, 

$80,593; giving activities include $58,394 for 

grants to individuals. 

Purpose and activities: Provides temporary 

assistance to needy women and children of 

German descent residing in the San Francisco 

Bay Area, CA. 

Fields of interest: Adult/continuing education; 

human services; children & youth, services; 

aging, centers & services; women, centers & 

services; aging; women; economically 



Types of support: Emergency funds. 
Limitations; Giving limited to the residents of 
the San Francisco Bay, CA, area. 
Publications: Annual report. 
Application information: Application form 
required. 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: None 

Board meeting date(s): 2nd Tuesday of each 

month 

Officers and Directors:* Christel von Rogov,* 
Pres.; Sigrid Jarrett,* 1st V.P.; Christel Anderson,* 
2nd V.P.; Inge Byrnes,* Secy.-Treas.; Sigrid 
Heidenreich,* Secy.; Gisela Brugger, and 8 
additional directors. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 941 5281 93 



144 
The Alpert&Alpert Foundation 

1815S.SotoSt. 

Los Angeles, CA 90023 (213)2654040 

Established in 1974 in CA. 

Donor(s): Raymond Alpert, Jake Farber, Alpert & 

Alpert Iron & Metal, Inc., Vista Metals Corp. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$846,341 (M); gifts received, $1 00,000; 

expenditures, $184,876; qualifying distributions, 

$846,341 ; giving activities include $1 83,502 for 

62 grants (high: $50,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; human services; Christian agencies & 

churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-seiected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Jake Farber,* Pres.; 

Alan Alpert,* V.P.; Howard Farber/ V.P.; 

Raymond Alpert, Secy.-Treas, 

EIN: 237388729 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1 996. 

$50,000 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$5,000 to Friends of Sheba Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$2,550 to Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith, 

Los Angeles, CA. 

$2,500 to Concern II, Culver City, CA. 
$2,000 to Camp Ramah in California, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to Roosevelt High School, Los Angeles, 

CA. 

$1 ,200 to United Way, Inc., Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Guardians of the Jewish Home for the 

Aging of Greater Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$500 to Jewish Family and Childrens Services, 

Long Beach, CA. 
$500 to Jewish Television Network, Los Angeles, 

CA. 



145 
Alpine Winter Foundation i? 

c/o Bancroft & McAlister 
601 Montgomery St., Ste. 900 
San Francisco, CA 94111 
Contact: George R. Dirkes, Secy. 

Established in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1 ,356,485 (M); expenditures, $66,570; 
qualifying distributions, $59,524; giving 
activities include $58,050 for 4 grants (high: 
$25,000; low: $2,250). 
Fields of interest: Education; environment; 
athletics/sports, winter sports. 
Limitations: No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 



Officers and Trustees:* William D. Maus, Jr., 
Pres.; John M. Bryan,* V.P.; George R. Dirkes, 
Secy.; Mrs. Wellington S. Henderson, Treas.; 
William A. Bentley, Amanda Bryan, Leonard Ely, 
Donald M. Gregory, Jr., Wellington S. 



Henderson, Jr., Mrs. Lawrence V. Metcalf, Mark 

Noble. 

EIN: 9461 07538 



146 

The Altman-Aronow Charitable 
Foundation* 

31 36 Cadillac Dr., Ste. 3 

San Jose, CA 95117 (408)378-0429 

Contact: Betty Aronow,Tr. 

Established in CA. 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,048,399 (M); expenditures, $48,471 ; 
qualifying distributions, $29,300; giving 
activities include $29,300 for grants. 
Fields of interest: Education; health 
associations; Jewish agencies & temples. 
Types of support: Research. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead/inefsJ.-None 

Trustees: Betty Aronow, Alfred H. Sporer, Ruth 
Naomi Sporer. 
EIN: 770261 342 



147 
Ameritec Foundation 

760 Arrow Grand Cir. 
Covina,CA 91722 
Contact. -John Watson, Pres. 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Donor(s): Ameritec Corp. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,598,806 (M); expenditures, $86,076; 

qualifying distributions, $84,381; giving 

activities include $48,000 for 10 grants (high: 

$1 5,000; low: $2,000) and $25,000 for 1 grant 

to an individual. 

Purpose and activities: Awards prizes to 

individuals to promote medical research toward 

the goal of finding a cure for spinal cord 

functional impairment (paralysis); support also 

for local-area health and hospitals. 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); medical 

research; human services; general charitable 

giving. 

Types of support: Endowment funds; emergency 

funds; program development; seed money; 

research. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the east San 

Gabriel Valley, CA, area. 

Publications: Application guidelines, 

informational brochure (including application 

guidelines). 

Application information: Prizes not available to 

individuals conducting clinical research. 

Application form not required. 

Initial approach: Resume and proposal in 
form suitable for publication in a medical 
journal 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: None 

Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 
Officers and Directors:* John Watson,* Pres.; 
Michael P. Newman,* Secy.; Tom Hollfelder,* 
C.F.O.; Leroy McDaniel, Van Windham. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 9541 471 56 



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Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$ 1 5,000 to American Paralysis Association, 

Springfield, Nj. For research. 
$5,000 to Assistance League of East San Gabriel 

Valley, Covina, CA. For Operation School 

Bell, tutoring for disadvantaged 

schoolchildren. 
$5,000 to Citrus Community College, Child 

Development Center, Glendora, CA. For 

child care for disadvantaged single parents. 
$5,000 to Covina Area Family Resource Center, 

West Covina, CA. For food distribution 

program. 
$5,000 to Mount San Antonio College 

Foundation, Child Development Center, 

Walnut, CA. For Emergency Rescue Fund, 

child care support for disadvantaged single 

parents. 
$3,000 to Covina Area Emergency Aid, Covina, 

CA. 
$3,000 to Leroy Haynes Foundation, La Verne, 

CA. For Brain Gym program. 
$3,000 to YMCA, San Gabriel Valley Family, 

Covina, CA. For Family Resource Center 

program. 
$2,000 to Del Haven Community Center, La 

Puente, CA. For tutoring, food and clothing 

for disadvantaged. 
$2,000 to McKinley Childrens Center, San 

Dimas, CA. For operating support. 



148 

The Robert R. & Sally E. Anderson Family 
Foundation 

P.O. Box 121 7 

Pebble Beach, CA 93953 

Established in 1993. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/95): Assets, 

$1,932,030 (M); gifts received, $3,500; 

expenditures, $39,525; qualifying distributions, 

$37,505; giving activities include $36,025 for 

12 grants (high: $16,575; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; AIDS; human services; children & 

youth, services. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Managers: Robert R. Anderson, Sally E. 

Anderson. 

EIN: 770360264 



149 
V. & L. Anderson Family Foundation 

25225 La Loma Dr. 

Los Altos Hills, CA 94022 

Established around 1993. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 
$1,012,849 (M); expenditures, $51,980; 
qualifying distributions, $45,040; giving 
activities include $43,935 for 15 grants (high: 
$10,000; low: $85). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 
education; family planning; human services. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 



Officers: Lysbeth W. Anderson, Pres.; Vernon R. 
Anderson, V.P., C.F.O. and Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 770351 840 



150 
The Angell Foundation & 

1 0880 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 920 
Los Angeles, CA 90024 
Contact: Perry Oretzky, Secy. 

Established in 1996 in CA. 
Donor(s): David Angell, Lynn Angell, 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$1,084,281 (M); gifts received, $862,470; 
expenditures, $51,816; qualifying distributions, 
$50,000; giving activities include $50,000 for 1 
grant. 

Fields of interest: Residential/custodial care. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Pasadena, CA. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 

Officers: Lynn Angell, Pres.; David Angell, V.P.; 
Perry Oretzky, Secy. 
EIN: 954607621 



151 
Antonini Foundation 

4904 Los Feliz Blvd. 
Los Angeles, CA 90027 
Contact: Marisa Antonini, Pres. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$1,195,186 (M); expenditures, $80,632; 
qualifying distributions, $67,608; giving 
activities include $60,325 for 71 grants (high: 
$20,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Language & linguistics; 
literature; early childhood education; 
adult/continuing education; hospitals (general); 
health care; mental health/crisis services; health 
associations; eye disease; heart/circulatory 
disease; biomedicine; medical research; eye 
research; heart/circulatory research; 
delinquency prevention/services; domestic 
violence prevention; nutrition; youth 
development, citizenship; human services; 
children & youth, services; women, centers & 
services; community development; voluntarism 
promotion; Roman Catholic federated giving 
programs; anthropology & sociology; 
government/public administration; public 
affairs, citizen participation; Roman Catholic 
agencies & churches; religion; women; 
economically disadvantaged. 
International interests: Italy. 
Types of support: General/operating support; 
scholarship funds; in-kind gifts. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, 
CA. No grants to individuals. 
Publications: Occasional report. 
Application information: 

Board meeting date(s): May 1 5 

F/na/ notification: Mar. 31 
Officers: Marisa A. Antonini, Pres. and Secy.; 
Mario E. Antonini, V.P. and Treas. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 954094278 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 



$1 7,500 to Discovery Fund for Eye Research, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 0,000 to International FOP Associations, 

Casselberry, FL. 
$2,500 to Good Shepherd Center for the 

Homeless, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to Music Center of Los Angeles County, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Los 

Angeles, CA. For Youth Employment Program. 
$1,000 to Knights of Malta, San Francisco, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Loyola Marymount University, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to National Italian American 

Foundation, DC. 

$1,000 to Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Race for the Cure, Los Angeles, CA. 



152 

Sheldon & Carol Appel Family 
Foundation # 

21 48-A Federal Ave. 
Los Angeles, CA 90025 

Established in 1977 in CA. 

Donor(s): Sheldon Appel. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$962,915 (M); gifts received, $875; 

expenditures, $1 51 ,1 54; qualifying distributions, 

$150,666; giving activities include $147,385 for 

19 grants (high: $132,100; low: $147,385). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 

services; Jewish federated giving programs; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Carol Appel, Sheldon Appel. 

EIN: 9531 90683 



153 
Apple Valley Foundation 

14924 Chamber Ln. 
Apple Valley, CA 92307 
Contact; Barbara Davisson, Secy. 

Established in 1953 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,247,947 (M); expenditures, $60,524; 

qualifying distributions, $54,905; giving 

activities include $55,500 for 3 grants (high: 

$35,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts centers; 

orchestra (symphony). 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Apple Valley, 

CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead//ne(s;:None 

Officers: Frances Bass, Pres.; Barbara Davisson, 
Secy. 

EIN: 956047057 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$35,000 to Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Santa 

Ana, CA. 
$20,000 to Orange County Performing Arts 

Center, Costa Mesa, CA. 



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$500 to Apple Valley High School, Apple Valley, 
CA. For football program. 



154 
K.Arakelian Foundation 

596 W. Sierra Ave. 

Clovis,CA 93612-0122 (559)299-8390 

Contact; Aram Arakelian, Pres. 

Incorporated in 1943 in CA. 
Donor(s):KrikorArakelian.t 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1 ,552,942 (M); gifts received, $5,000; 
expenditures, $1 51 ,696; qualifying distributions, 
$88,300; giving activities include $76,539 for 
50 grants (high: $30,000; low: $30). 
Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 
health and welfare, including community funds, 
youth, and the elderly; support also for 
educational purposes, including student loan 
funds established at and administered by five 
higher educational institutions. 
Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 
(general); medical care, rehabilitation; medical 
research; human services; federated giving 
programs; Protestant agencies & churches. 
Types of support: General/operating support. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, with 
emphasis on Fresno. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 
Deacf//nefsj;None 

Officers and Directors:* Aram Arakelian,* Pres. 
and Mgr.; Mike G. Garabedian,* V.P.; Gay 
Arakelian,* Secy.-Treas.; Mike K. Garabedian, 
Levon Krikorian. 
BIN: 941 095610 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported inl 997. 
$30,000 to Otis College of Art and Design, Los 

Angeles, CA. 

$5,000 to ABC Recovery Center, Indio, CA. 
$5,000 to Scripps Clinic and Research 

Foundation, La jol la, CA. 
$5,000 to Warner Pacific College, Portland, OR. 
$2,500 to Desert AIDS Project, Palm Springs, 

CA. 
$2,000 to Armenian Community School of 

Fresno, Fresno, CA. 
$1,500 to Epilepsy Foundation of America, 

Landover, MD. 
$1,050 to Shelter from the Storm, Palm Desert, 

CA. 
$1 ,000 to California Armenian Home for the 

Aged, Fresno, CA. 
$1,000 to Poverello House, Fresno, CA. 



155 
Philip D. Armour Foundation 

171S.Park,Ste.3 

San Francisco, CA 94107 

Established in 1949 in CA. 
Donor(s): David B. Armour.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$776,685 (M); expenditures, $135,075; 
qualifying distributions, $1 05,1 00; giving 
activities include $105,100 for 1 3 grants (high: 
$55,500; low: $100). 



Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to 

theater groups; also supports a wide range of 

charitable organizations, including schools and 

community centers. 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; education; 

human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Philip D. Armour III,* 

Pres. and Treas.; Donald E. Schlotz,* Secy.; 

Gillan McDonald, John St. John. 

EIN: 3624071 61 



156 
Arts and Sciences Foundation 

1 1 27 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 1008 
Los Angeles, CA 90017 

Established in 1967. 

Donor(s): Eugene Shales, Chadwick F. Smith, 

M.D. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 05/31/97): Assets, 

$371 ,61 8 (M); gifts received, $1 57,700; 

expenditures, $1 63,703; qualifying distributions, 

$126,484; giving activities include $126,484 for 

5 grants (high: $1 02,884; low: $600). 

Fields of interest: Education; medical care, 

rehabilitation; Protestant agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Chadwick F. Smith, M.D., Pres.; 

Corinna Smith, V.P. and Secy. 

EIN: 952559826 



157 
Auburn Community Foundation 

P.O. Box 511 

Auburn, CA 95604 (530)885-4500 

Contact: D.R. Robinson, Pres. 

Established in 1946 in CA. 

Donor(s): RheaTrittenbach,* Auburn Faith 

Hospital. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$1,1 87,940 (M); gifts received, $1 50,404; 

expenditures, $105,906; qualifying distributions, 

$91 ,51 5; giving activities include $90,260 for 

16 grants (high: $50,000; low: $160). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; 

elementary/secondary education; youth 

development, scouting agencies (general); 

human services; children & youth, services; 

public affairs, information services. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the Auburn, CA, 

area. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead/me: None 

Officers and Directors:* D.R. Robinson,* Pres.; 
James Maas,* Treas.; Susann Baldo, John Briner, 
James E. Carlisle, Paul Claiborne, Jr., Ted Cosby, 
Janice Forbes, Marian Jackson, Basilic Procissi, 
Harry Rosenberry, Harry E. Sands, H. Ray 
Yamasaki. 
Number of staff: None. 



EIN: 94609321 3 



158 
The Auer Family Foundation 

23 128 Park Sorrento 
Calabasas,CA 91302 (818)224-5684 
Contact: Ed Auer, Secy.-Treas. 
MX: (81 8) 225-0673 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): Edmund R. Auer, Mary M. Auer. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,082,047 (M); expenditures, $44,602; 

qualifying distributions, $41,710; giving 

activities include $41 ,71 for 20 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $200) and $1,850 for 4 employee 

matching gifts. 

Fields of interest: Education; human services; 

Christian agencies & churches. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; annual campaigns; 

equipment; emergency funds; employee 

matching gifts. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Board meeting date(s): As needed 
Officers: Mary M. Auer, Pres.; Edmund R. Auer, 
Secy.-Treas. 

Number of staff: None. 
0N: 68031 81 30 



159 
Alice O'Neill Avery Foundation 

28811 Ortega Hwy. 

San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675-2023 

Contact: Buck Bean, Secy. 

Established in 1968. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/95): Assets, 

$1 15,859 (M); expenditures, $72,21 8; qualifying 

distributions, $69,950; giving activities include 

$69,950 for 26 grants (high: $25,000; low: $50). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

Orange County historical societies. 

Fields of interest: Historic preservation/historical 

societies. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors.-* Alice O'Neill Avery,* 

Pres.; Melinda Moiso,* V.P.; Buck Bean,* Secy.; 

Anthony R. Moiso,* Treas.; Douglas W. Avery. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 

EIN: 952576292 



160 
The Azus Foundation, Inc. 

1 567 E. 25th St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90011-1887 

Contact: Al Azus, Pres. 

Established in 1979. 

Donor(s): Al Azus, Alna Envelope Co. 

Foundation type: Independent 



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Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$830,750 (M); gifts received, $450,000; 

expenditures, $120,225; qualifying distributions, 

$ 1 20,225; giving activities include $ 1 1 8,534 for 

25 grants (high: $28,892; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Health care; health 

associations; human services; children & youth, 

services; Jewish federated giving programs; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: AlAzus,Pres. 

Number of staff: 2 part-time support. 

EIN: 953386905 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$28,892 to Sephardic Temple. 

$1 1,375 to Home Safe, Los Angeles, CA. 

$7,206 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, CA. 

$5,1 10 to Vista del Mar Child Care Service, Los 

Angeles, CA. 

$3,500 to Jewish Women International, DC. 
$2,500 to American Friends of the Hebrew 

University. 
$2,500 to Maimonides Academy, Los Angeles, 

CA. 

$2,450 to Lasha, Reseda, CA. 
$1 ,275 to Variety Childrens Charities, Palm 

Springs, CA. 
$1,000 to Bureau of Jewish Education of Greater 

Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 



161 
The B & B Foundation 

70 S. Lake Ave.,Ste. 1075 
Pasadena, CA 91101 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): William D. Geiger, Betty H. Geiger. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,870,236 (M); expenditures, $73,085; 

qualifying distributions, $68,099; giving 

activities include $68,099 for 75 grants (high: 

$15,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; health associations; human services; 

federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* William D. Geiger II,* 

Chair.; Betty H. Ceiger,* Pres.; Robert Giesing, 

V.P.; Sheila Dull, Secy.; William D. Geiger III,* 

C.F.O.; Beth Geiger, Debra P. Geiger, Devon G. 

Geiger, Brian Nielsen. 

EIN: 95441 9555 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$1 5,000 to United Way, Cornerstone Society. 

$9,700 to Crane School, Santa Barbara, CA. 

$3,800 to YMCA of Montecito, Montecito, CA. 

$2,500 to American Red Cross, CA. 

$2,500 to Community Environmental Council, 

Santa Barbara, CA. 
$2,000 to Los Angeles Times Summer Camp, 

Los Angeles, CA. 

$1 ,384 to World Vision, Pasadena, CA. 
$1 ,300 to Westridge School for Girls, Pasadena, 

CA. 



$1 ,050 to Santa Barbara Therapeutic Riding 

Academy, Santa Barbara, CA. 
$1,000 to Pasadena Guild of Childrens Hospital 

of Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 



162 
B & | Association of California & 

c/o James G.Joelson 
47637 Fair Oaks Blvd., Ste.1 
Carmichael, CA 95608 

Established in 1963. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,299,120 (M); expenditures, $48,330; 

qualifying distributions, $41 ,369; giving 

activities include $41,500 for 18 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; health 

associations; human services; federated giving 

programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: William Balaban, Pres.; James G. 

Joelson, Secy. 

EIN: 956064822 



163 
The B.Y. Foundation 

2049 Century Pk.,E.,Ste. 2500 
Los Angeles, CA 90067-3127 

Established in 1986 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 
$1 1 1,621 (M); gifts received, $85,000; 
expenditures, $97,673; qualifying distributions, 
$97,525; giving activities include $97,525 for 
70 grants (high: $50,000; low: $25). 
Fields of interest: Film/video; museums; 
arts/cultural programs; health care; health 
associations; AIDS; AIDS research; human 
services; Jewish agencies & temples. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA, with emphasis on Los Angeles. 
Application information: 

Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 
Officers and Directors:* Bud Yorkin,* Pres.; 
Cynthia Yorkin,* Secy.; David Yorkin,* C.F.O. 
EIN: 954068964 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$50,000 to Museum of Television and Radio, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$6,500 to American Film Institute, Los Angeles, 

CA. 2 grants: $4,000, $2,500. 
$5,000 to Motion Picture and Television Fund, 

Woodland Hills, CA. 
$2,500 to United Friends of the Children, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1,500 to American Jazz Philharmonic, 

Woodland Hills, CA. 
$1,500 to Foundation of the Motion Picture 

Pioneers, NYC, NY. 
$ 1 ,000 to Association for the Cure of Cancer of 

the Prostate (CaP CURE), Santa Monica, CA. 
$1,000 to Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS 

Foundation, Santa Monica, CA. 
$1,000 to Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. 



164 

The Roslyn and Joseph Baim Family 
Foundation 

112 S. La Senda Dr. 

Laguna Beach, CA 92677 (949)499-0738 

Contact: Roslyn Baim, Tr., or Joseph M. Baim, Tr. 

Established in 1991 inCA. 

DonoKs): Roslyn Baim Joseph M. Baim. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$100,741 (M); gifts received, $95,000; 

expenditures, $79,683; qualifying distributions, 

$79,683; giving activities include $79,665 for 

46 grants (high: $47,559; low: $36). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; health 

associations; Jewish federated giving programs; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Dead/we&.-None 

Trustees: Joseph M. Baim, Roslyn Baim. 
EIN: 9569303 19 



165 

The Norma and Laurence Baker 
Charitable Foundation ft 

c/o Gumbinger, Savett 
1 723 Cloverfield Blvd. 
Santa Monica, CA 90404 

Established in 1997 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,076,391 (M); gifts received, $711,575; 

expenditures, $0; qualifying distributions, $0. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. No grants paid in 

fiscal year 1997. First year of operation. 

Officer: Norma Baker Krueger, Pres. and 

Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 9546 19520 



166 
Bob Baker Foundation, Inc. 

59 ICaminode la Siesta, Ste. 1100 
San Diego, CA 92108 
Contact; Casey Favour 

Established in 1987 in CA. 
Oonor(s): Bob Baker Enterprises, Inc., and its 
subsidiaries. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$1 1 1 ,720 (M); gifts received, $265,000; 
expenditures, $1 69,026; qualifying distributions, 
$1 69,026; giving activities include $168,815 for 
37 grants (high: $41,000; low: $100). 
Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 
religious welfare organizations. 
Fields of interest: Higher education; 
environment; health care; health associations; 
human services; homeless, human services; 
Roman Catholic federated giving programs; 
religious federated giving programs; homeless; 
general charitable giving. 



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Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to San Diego, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Publications: 990-PF. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Board meeting datefsj: Annually 
Trustees: Michael V. Baker, Robert H. Baker, 
Thomas J.Solomon. 
Number of staff: None. 
BIN: 3302651 35 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$41,000 to University of San Diego, San Diego, 

CA. 
$32,71 5 to Academy of Our Lady of Peace, San 

Diego, CA. 
$23,500 to Saint Vincent De Paul Village, San 

Diego, CA. 
$8,925 to Scripps Foundation for Medicine and 

Science, La JolIa,CA. 

$5,100 to American Red Cross, San Diego, CA. 
$5,000 to Hubbs-Sea World Research Institute, 

San Diego, CA. 
$2,500 to Mingei International-Museum of 

World Folk Art, La Jolla,CA. 
$2,500 to Rancho Santa Fe Community 

Foundation, Rancho Santa Fe, CA. 
$2,41 5 to Mercy Hospital Foundation, San 

Diego, CA. 
$1 ,500 to Noah Homes, Spring Valley, CA. 



167 

Carl & Grace Baker Memorial Scholarship 
Loan Fund Trust 

c/o Bank of Stockton, Trust Dept. 

P.O. Box 11 10 

Stockton, CA 95201 (209)941-1500 

Contact: Robert W. Friedberger, Chair. 

Student Loan Address: Scottish Rite Office, 33 

W. Alpine Ave., P.O. Box 4236, Stocton, CA 

95204 

Established in 1988. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data(yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 
$1,499,608 (M); expenditures, $23,389; 
qualifying distributions, $87,078; giving 
activities include $86,000 for 22 loans to 
individuals. 

Purpose and activities: Loans only to public 
school students within territorial jurisdiction of 
Stockton, CA Scottish Rite Bodies. 
Types of support: Student loans to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to residents of 
Stockton, CA. 

Publications: Informational brochure. 
Application information: No grants paid in 
fiscal 1997. Application form required. 
Dead/mefe):May 1 5 for fall semester, Oct. 1 5 

for spring semester 

Trustees: Robert W. Friedberger, Chair.; Hon. 
William Biddick, jr., Robert N. Blewett, Buddy L. 
Walters, Bank of Stockton. 
BIN: 94661 801 2 



168 
Bank of Santa Clara Foundation * 

P.O. Box 243 

Santa Clara, CA 95052 (408)987-9426 
Confacf: Judith Reinartz, Exec. Dir. 
Application address: 1995 El Camino Real, 
Santa Clara, CA 95050 

Established in 1992 in CA. 
Donor(s): Bank of Santa Clara. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$2,294 (M); expenditures, $60,002; qualifying 
distributions, $60,002; giving activities include 
$60,000 for 1 7 grants (high: $5,000; low: 
$1,000; average: $1,000-$5,000). 
Fields of interest: Youth development, adult and 
child programs; aging, centers & services; 
mentally disabled, centers & services. 
Types of support: Building/renovation; 
emergency funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Santa Clara 
County, CA. No support for tax-supported 
organizations. No grants to individuals. 
Publications: Annual report, informational 
brochure, application guidelines. 
Application information: Application form 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter or telephone 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: Jan. 1 5, Apr. 1 5, July 1 5, and 
Oct. 15 

Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 

Final notification: Within 1 days of board 

meetings 

Officers and Trustees:* Louis J. Mariani,* Chair.; 
T. John Whalen, Jr.,* Vice Chair.; Gary Hong,* 
Secy.; A. Stanley Chinchen,* Treas.; Judith J. 
Reinartz, Exec. Dir.; Gerald R. Graham. 
EIN: 77031 7476 



169 
Barrio Senior Villas 

61 022nd St. 

San Diego, CA 92102 

Established around 1993. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,178,021 (M); expenditures, $55,005; 

qualifying distributions, $0. 

Fields of interest: General charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations; no grants paid in 

fiscal 1997. 

Officers: Carlos Quintana, Pres.; Luis Villegas, 

Secy.-Treas. 

Directors: Luis Garcia, Pamela Johannsen, 

Rachael Ortiz. 

EIN: 330359369 



170 
DwightC.Baum Foundation 

1011 Oak Grove Ave. 

San Marino, CA 91108 

Contact: Dwight C. Baum, Pres. 

Application address: 200 S. Los Robles Ave., Ste. 

645, Pasadena, CA 91 101 

Established in 1967 in CA. 



Donor(s): DwightC.Baum. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,1 52 (M); gifts received, $1 1 6,499; 

expenditures, $1 16,527; qualifying distributions, 

$1 1 6,500; giving activities include $1 1 6,500 for 

35 grants (high: $60,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 

services. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; annual campaigns. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Dead//ne(sJ:Dec.1 

Board meeting date(s): Dec. 

Final notification: )an. 10 
Officers and Directors:* Dwight C. Baum,* 
Pres.; Dwight J. Baum,* Secy.; Constantine 
Gertmenian,* Treas. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 9561 92051 



171 
The Beaver Medical Clinic Foundation 

10393 Enterprise Dr. 

Redlands,CA 92374 (909)478-5151 

Established in 1961. 

Donor(s):John R. Nickel, Viola E. Nickel. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1 1 1,1 10 (M); gifts received, $105,233; 

expenditures, $1 25,962; qualifying distributions, 

$ 1 25,875; giving activities include $ 1 23,250 for 

13 grants (high: $80,000; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to foster 

medical education and knowledge. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Redlands, CA. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadlines): None 

Officers: Al. Richardson, Chair.; J.A. Fallows, 
M.D., Pres.; Jack A. Beaver, V.P.; David DeValk, 
Secy.; Harry John, Secy.; John D. Goodman, 
Treas. and C.F.O. 

Directors: James M. Boggess, C.L. Carpenter, 
Martin M. Davis, Neil D.Jamron, M.D., Edwin 
Malesky, M.D., Allan McCall, M.D., Jack 
Tompkins, G.L. Witter, M.D. 
EIN: 956067230 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$80,000 to San Gorgonio Memorial Hospital 

Foundation, Banning, CA. 
$12,000 to University of Redlands, Redlands, 

CA. For scholarship. 
$1 0,000 to Audio Vision Radio Reading Service 

for the Blind, Yucaipa,CA. 
$9,750 to Redlands Community Scholarship 

Foundation, Redlands, CA. For scholarship. 
$4,000 to Yucaipa Valley School, Yucaipa, CA. 

For scholarship. 
$1 ,500 to Colton High School, Colton, CA. For 

scholarship. 
$1 ,500 to University of California, Riverside, 

CA. For scholarship. 



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$500 to College of the Desert, Palm Desert, CA. 

For scholarship. 
$500 to Crafton Hills College Foundation, 

Riverside, CA. For scholarship. 
$500 to San Bernardino Valley College, San 

Bernardino, CA. For scholarship. 



172 

William Belson & Sedelle Z, Belson 
Trusts 

Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,062,762 (M); expenditures, $99,082; 

qualifying distributions, $45,798; giving 

activities include $41,700 for 4 grants of 

$10,425 each. 

Fields of interest: Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in New York, NY. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 946609363 



173 
Belvedere Scientific Fund 

c/o Maybruck Assocs. 

155 Montgomery St., No. 1001 

San Francisco, CA 94104 

Established in 1959 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$1,537,960 (M); expenditures, $61,674; 

qualifying distributions, $61 ,674; giving 

activities include $56,500 for 14 grants (high: 

$16,500; low: $200). 

Purpose and activities: Support primarily for 

higher education and Christian organizations 

and churches; some support for the performing 

arts. 

fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; education; human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Nancy F. Ogg, Pres.; David T. Shusser, 

Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 946065257 



174 

The Robert M. & Marjie A. Bennett 
Foundation 

c/o Edward White & Co. 
217000xnardSt.,Ste.400 
Woodland Hills, CA 91367 

Established in 1978. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/95): Assets, 
$557,328 (M); expenditures, $105,667; 
qualifying distributions, $94,005; giving 



activities include $94,005 for 21 grants (high: 

$34,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Film/video; higher education; 

health associations; human services; general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Marjie A. Bennett, Robert M. Bennett. 

EIN: 042682392 



175 

Berberian and Gazarian Family 
Foundation 

3501 Coffee Rd,Ste. 2 
Modesto, CA 95355 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Isabel Berberian, Arnold Gazarian, 

Dianne Berberian Gazarian, Greater Modesto 

Community Foundation. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,823,396 (M); gifts received, $208,000; 

expenditures, $124,827; qualifying distributions, 

$108,492; giving activities include $106,750 for 

49 grants (high: $20,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; children & youth, services; religion; 

general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, with some 

emphasis on Fresno and Modesto. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deacf//ne(s;.-None 

Officers: Dianne Berberian Gazarian, Chair.; 
Arnold Gazarian, Pres. and C.F.O.; Dean 
Arakelian, V.P. 
EIN: 7701 77764 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 

$20,000 to Carmel Bach Festival, Carmel, CA. 
$1 1,500 to Saint Paul Armenian Church, Fresno, 

CA. 2 grants: $7,500 (For general support), 

$4,000 (For general support). 
$ 1 0,000 to California State University, School of 

Dentistry, San Francisco, CA. 
$1 0,000 to Fresno Zoological Society, Fresno, 

CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Armenian Community School of 

Fresno, Fresno, CA. For texts and curriculum. 
$5,000 to Armenian Evangelical Union of North 

America, Fresno, CA. For Ministers 

Endowment Fund. 
$5,000 to Saint Sahag and Saint Mesrob 

Armenian Church, Providence, Rl. For 

mission programs. 
$4,000 to First Armenian Presbyterian Church, 

Fresno, CA. For general support. 
$3,000 to California State University, Fresno, 

CA. For Armenian Studies program. 



176 
Peter Berkey Foundation 

1260 Coast Village Cir. 

Santa Barbara, CA 93108 

Contact: David F. Berkey, Pres. 

Additional address: P.O. Box 60104, Shoreline, 

WA98160 

Incorporated in 1947 in IL. 
Donor(s): Peter Berkey.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1,239,830 (M); expenditures, $115,463; 
qualifying distributions, $66,760; giving 
activities include $66,760 for grants. 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
education; hospitals (general); health care; 
human services. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 
annual campaigns; capital campaigns; 
endowment funds; program development; 
fellowships; scholarship funds; research; 
matching funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA, FL, and WA. 
Publications: Annual report, 990-PF. 
Application information: Unsolicited requests 
for funds not considered. 
Board meeting date(s): 2nd Tuesday of each 

month 

Officers: David F. Berkey, Pres,; Andrew D. 
Berkey II, V.P.; June B. D'Arcy, V.P.; Debrah 
Berkey, Secy. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 362447326 



177 
j. B. Berland Foundation 

c/o Bernice Keit 

1 042 Loma Vista Dr. 

Beverly Hills, CA 90210-2648 

Established in 1957. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/96): Assets, 

$1,054,599 (M); expenditures, $55,1 72; 

qualifying distributions, $54,499; giving 

activities include $49,550 for 20 grants (high: 

$30,000; low: $250). 

Purpose and activities: Support primarily for a 

hospital; support also for Jewish giving, Jewish 

welfare, and other social service organizations. 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); human 

services; Jewish federated giving programs; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Bernice Kert,* Pres.; 

Mark Green,* V.P.; Kathryn Green,* Secy.; Joel 

Glucoft,* Treas.; Gary Goodman. 

EIN: 956091 784 



178 
Bernstein Family Fund 

1 464 E. Valley Rd. 

Santa Barbara, CA 93108 (805)565-1411 

Contact: Philip L. Bernstein, Tr. 

Established in 1966. 

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Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/96): Assets, 
$437,858 (M); gifts received, $300,000; 
expenditures, $67,763; qualifying distributions, 
$67,398; giving activities include $67,675 for 
32 grants (high: $25,000; low: $100). 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
environment; hospitals (general); cancer; human 
services; science, research; marine science. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and MA. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 

Dead//ne(s):None 

Trustees: Leslie S. Bernstein, Philip L. Bernstein. 
EIN: 236420229 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$25,000 to Woods Hole Oceanographic 

Institution, Woods Hole, MA. For general 

support. 
$1 4,000 to Cancer Foundation of Santa Barbara, 

Santa Barbara, CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Centinela Hospital Medical Center 

Foundation, Inglewood, CA. For general 

support. 
$4,250 to National Council on Alcoholism, 

Santa Barbara, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,250 to Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa 

Barbara, CA. For general support. 
$1,000 to Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT. 

For annual fund. 
$1,000 to Yosemite Fund, San Francisco, CA. 

For general support. 
$250 to CALM (Child Abuse Listening 

Mediation), Santa Barbara, CA. For general 

support. 
$250 to Santa Barbara Scholarship Foundation, 

Santa Barbara, CA. For general support, 
$200 to Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, 

PA. For general support. 



179 

Bewley-Motluk Charitable Foundation, 
Inc. 

(Formerly The R. Stuart Bewley Charitable 
Foundation, Inc.) 
160 Bella Vista 
Belvedere, CA 94920 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Donor(s): R. Stuart Bewley, 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,628,274 (M); expenditures, $78,714; 

qualifying distributions, $60,750; giving 

activities include $60,750 for 24 grants (high: 

$5,000; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Youth development, centers & 

clubs; human services; children & youth, 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: R. Stuart Bewley, Pres.; Donna Motluk, 

V.P. 

EIN: 6801 50794 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$5,000 to MATRIX, San Rafael, CA. For general 

support. 
$5,000 to Raphael House, San Francisco, CA. 

For general support. 



$5,000 to University of California, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support of 

Pediatric Cardiology program. 
$4,000 to San Joaquin County Child Abuse 

Prevention Council, Stockton, CA. For 

general support. 
$3,000 to Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Marin, San 

Rafael, CA. For general support. 
$3,000 to Big Brothers/Big Sisters of San 

Francisco, San Francisco, CA. For general 

support. 
$3,000 to Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the East 

Bay, Oakland, CA. For general support. 
$3,000 to Boys and Girls Club of Oakland, 

Oakland, CA. For general support. 
$3,000 to Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco, 

San Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$3,000 to Breast Cancer Fund, San Francisco, 

CA. For general support. 



180 
Charles & Ruth Billingsley Foundation 

4365 Executive Dr., 1 8th Fl. 

San Diego, CA 92121 (619)622-6833 

Contact: William Houck 

Established in 1989 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,409,590 (M); expenditures, $43,235; 

qualifying distributions, $30,127; giving 

activities include $25,000 for 7 grants (high: 

$5,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Museums; performing arts; 

youth development, centers & clubs; human 

services; children & youth, services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. 

Giving primarily in San Diego, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 336047988 



181 
Leni Fe Bland Foundation & 

2059 Boundary Dr. 
Santa Barbara, CA 93108 
Application address: P.O. Box 41 1 14, Santa 
Barbara, CA 931 40 

Established in 1991 in CA. 

Donor(s): Leni Fe Bland. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1 2,637 (M); gifts received, $85,000; 

expenditures, $80,610; qualifying distributions, 

$80,358; giving activities include $80,1 00 for 

63 grants to individuals (high: $4,000; low: 

$250). 

Purpose and activities: Scholarships limited to 

instrumentalists and vocalists who are U.S. 

citizens. 

Types of support: Scholarships-^to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the Santa 

Barbara, CA, area. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter requesting application 
form 

Deacf//nefsJ;Apr. 25 



Directors: Leni Fe Bland, Carl Lindros, Alan 
Miller, Valerie Van Gelder. 
EIN: 330451 431 



182 
Blankmeyer Family Foundation 

235 Oyster Pond Rd. 
Alameda,CA 94502 
Contecf;Jon T. Blankmeyer, Pres. 

Established in 1994. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,369,719 (M); expenditures, $121,494; 

qualifying distributions, $102,827; giving 

activities include $92,590 for grants (high: 

$33,000). 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; college; health care, prenatal care; 

health care; human services; children & youth, 

services; Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Jon T. Blankmeyer, Pres.; Elaine R. 
Blankmeyer, V.P.; Inga S. Blankmeyer, Secy. 
EIN: 9431991 37 



183 
The Arthur and Barbara Bloom Foundation 

3205 Midway Dr., Ste.C 
San Diego, CA 92110 

Established in 1981. 

Donor(s): Arthur Bloom, Barbara Bloom. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$427,273 (M); expenditures, $51,752; 

qualifying distributions, $51 ,001 ; giving 

activities include $50,250 for 30 grants (high: 

$26,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; health 

care; human services; Jewish federated giving 

programs; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Diego, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Barbara Bloom, Pres.; Todd Bloom, 

Secy. 

EIN: 953679804 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$26,000 to United Jewish Federation, San 

Diego, CA. 

$6,000 to San Diego Opera, San Diego, CA. 
$3,500 to Museum of Contemporary Art San 

Diego, La jolla,CA. 
$2,700 to Congregation Beth Israel. 
$1 ,250 to San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, 

CA. 
$1 ,000 to Childrens Museum of San 

Diego/Museo de los Ninos, San Diego, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Old Globe Theater, San Diego, CA. 
$1,000 to Salvation Army of San Diego, San 

Diego, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Senior Community Centers of San 

Diego, San Diego, CA. 
$1 ,000 to University of California-San Diego, 

Cancer Center Foundation, La Jolla, CA. 



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184 
Charles Bloom Foundation * 

240 Eucalyptus Hill Dr. 
Santa Barbara, CA 93108 
Contact: Lewis Bloom, Pres. 

Established in 1949. 

Donor(s): Lewis Bloom, Elizabeth Klausner, 

Betty Klausner. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial date (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1 ,419,083 (M); expenditures, $55,01 1 ; 

qualifying distributions, 552,298; giving 

activities include $52,125 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs; higher education. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: 1 -page letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadlines): None 

Officers: Lewis Bloom, Pres.; Betty Klausner, V.P. 
Number of staff: None. 
BIN: 136083599 



185 
Blue Mountain Foundation & 

P.O. Box 305 

Laguna Beach, CA 92652 

Established in 1996. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$37,589 (M); gifts received, $89,500; 

expenditures, $58,377; qualifying distributions, 

$53,883; giving activities include $53,883 for 3 

grants to individuals (high: $30,000; low: 

$6,000). 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. 

Officers: Ronald A. Kalin, Pres.; Allen I. 

Neiman, Secy.; Dorothy Dimont, C.F.O. 

EIN: 77007361 8 



186 
Blue Oak Foundation 

555PortolaRd. 
Portola Valley, CA 94028 
Contact Margi Gould, Exec. Dir. 
FAX: (650) 85 1-0398 

Established in 1994 in CA. 
Donor(s): E. Kirk Neely, Holly E. Myers. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1 ,290,1 77 (M); expenditures, $79,347; 
qualifying distributions, $71,006; giving 
activities include $70,000 for 29 grants (high: 
$15,000; low: $1,000; average: $2,000-$ 5,000). 
Fields of interest: Environment; family planning; 
children & youth, services; community 
development, neighborhood development. 
International interests: Latin America. 
Types of support: General/operating support; 
continuing support; endowment funds; 
emergency funds; program development; seed 
money; research; scholarships to individuals. 



Limitations: Giving primarily in the San 

Francisco Bay Area; some giving also in Latin 

America. 

Publications: 990-PF. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadf/nefel;None 

Officers: E. Kirk Neely, Pres.; Holly E. Myers, 
Secy.-Treas.; Margi Gould, Exec, Dir. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 
EIN: 94321 4373 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$ 15,000 to American Refugee Committee, 

Minneapolis, MN. For Cambodian Health 

Committee SokThim program. 
$5,000 to Nature Conservancy-Latin America, 

Arlington, VA. 
$3,000 to Mexican American Community 

Services Agency, San Jose, CA. 
$3,000 to Womens Commission for Refugee 

Women and Children, NYC, NY. For general 

support. 
$2,500 to Christmas in April, Mid-Peninsula, 

Menlo Park, CA. 
$2,000 to Environmental Defense Fund, NYC, 

NY. 
$2,000 to International Rescue Committee, 

NYC, NY. 

$2,000 to Oxfam America, Boston, MA. 
$2,000 to PAVA Foundation, Santa Fe, NM. For 

community development programs in 

Guatemala. 
$2,000 to Planned Parenthood Federation, 

International, NYC, NY. 



187 
Pat Boone Foundation, Inc. 

5750 Wilshire Blvd., No. 580 
Los Angeles, CA 90036 

Established in 1959. 
Donor(s): Charles E. Boone. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$253,51 6 (M); gifts received, $146,000; 
expenditures, $145,794; qualifying distributions, 
$145,794; giving activities include $ 140,545 for 
124 grants (high: $28,250; low: $10). 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
elementary/secondary education; education; 
human services; general charitable giving. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officer: Charles E. Boone, Pres. 
EIN: 23701 381 5 



188 
The Borax Education Foundation & 

26877 Tourney Rd. 
Valencia, CA 91355-1847 

Established in 1995 in CA. 
Donor(s): U.S. Borax, Inc. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$2,633 (M); gifts received, $60,000; 
expenditures, $60,010; qualifying distributions, 



$60,010; giving activities include $60,000 for 
1 5 grants to individuals of $4,000 each. 
Purpose and activities: Scholarships only to 
children of employees of Borax, Inc. 
Types of support: Employee-related 
scholarships; scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. 

Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers and Directors:* Ian L. 
White-Thomson,* Pres.; Lawrence F. Bellotti,* 
Sr. V.P.; Brad R. Hall,* Sr. V.P.; Maureen 
Lennon,* Secy.; Glen I. Swartz, Treas.; Marcel A. 
Blais, T. Scott Griffin, Dick Goodell, Robert C. 
Munro, Gary A. O'Brien. 
EIN: 954497752 



189 
The Ken Boxley Foundation 

9894 Beverly Grove Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 
Contact: Ken Boxley, Dir. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 
Donor(s): Ken Boxley. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$888,305 (M); gifts received, $351,893; 
expenditures, $143,289; qualifying distributions, 
$143,005; giving activities include $90,912 for 
7 grants to individuals (high: $1 9,395; low: 
$3,795). 

Purpose and activities: Awards scholarships to 
advanced postgraduate students attending 
accredited U.S. or foreign colleges or 
universities for exact sciences or business. 
Fields of interest: Scholarships/financial aid. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. 
Application information: Students must be 
nominated by their departments to be eligible 
for funding. Under the foundation charter, 
applicants who submit requests directly to the 
foundation will be permanently ineligible for 
funding through the foundation; Unsolicited 
requests for funds are not accepted. 
Director: Ken Boxley. 
EIN: 954050419 



190 
Henry A. Braun Foundation 

1 401 S. Oak Knoll Ave. 
Pasadena, CA 91106 

Established in 1 990 in CA as successor to The 

Braun Foundation. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$442,622 (M); expenditures, $70,1 02; 

qualifying distributions, $70,1 02; giving 

activities include $69,500 for 18 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 

(general); hospitals (specialty); human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Henry A. Braun, Pres.; Frank A. 

Thomas, Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 954283228 



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191 
Robert and Lillie Breitbard Foundation 

(also known as Breitbard Foundation) 
c/oGlendale Federal 
11 00 Wall St. 
LaJolla,CA 92037 
Contort: Robert Breitbard, Pres. 

Established in 1960. 

Donor(s): Lillie Breitbard, Robert Breitbard. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 
$1,222,431 (M); expenditures, $94,785; 
qualifying distributions, $92,287; giving 
activities include $91,485 for 70 grants (high: 
$23,300; low: $90). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 
education; hospitals (general); health care; 
health associations; human services; children & 
youth, services; Jewish agencies & temples. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in the San Diego, 
CA, area. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

DeaoY/ne(s):None 

Officers: Robert Breitbard, Pres.; Robert Caplan, 
V.P.; Lillie Breitbard, Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 956092265 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$23,300 to San Diego Hall of Champions, San 

Diego, CA. 
$1 2,500 to San Diego Aircraft Carrier Museum, 

San Diego, CA. 

$6,500 to San Diego Nice Guys, San Diego, CA. 
$5,000 to San Diego International Sports 

Foundation, San Diego, CA. 
$5,000 to Sidney Kimmel Cancer Center, San 

Diego, CA. 
$3,500 to Aztec Athletic Foundation, San Diego, 

CA. 
$3,000 to San Diego State University, San 

Diego, CA. 
$2,500 to San Diego State University, Alumni 

Association, San Diego, CA. 
$2,000 to American Cinema Awards 

Foundation, Beverly Hills, CA. 
$2,000 to Point Loma Foundation, San Diego, 

CA. 



192 
E. Lawrence Brevik Foundation & 

24586 Hawthorne Blvd., Rm. 4 
Torrance,CA 90505-6807 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): E. Lawrence Brevik. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$462,859 (M); expenditures, $55,430; 

qualifying distributions, $52,247; giving 

activities include $51,080 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Education; animals/wildlife, 

management/technical aid. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in SD. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Barbara Glaneman, C.E.O.; Evelyn R. 

Brevik, Secy, and C.F.O. 

BN: 330574746 



193 
Briggs Foundation 

6106LaFlecha,No.205 

P.O. Box 1510 

Rancho Santa Fe,CA 92067-1510 

Contact: Blaine A. Briggs, Tr. 

Established in 1985 in CA. 

Donor(s): Blaine A. Briggs, James M. Briggs, 

Robert B. Briggs, Thomas C. Hansch, Ruth 

Hempelman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/98): Assets, 

$1,41 5,294 (M); gifts received, $54,701 ; 

expenditures, $143,062; qualifying distributions, 

$135,599; giving activities include $126,1 1 5 for 

1 10 grants (high: $52,950; low: $50; average: 

$100-$1,000). 

Purpose and activities: Support only for 

organizations in which the trustees are 

personally involved or interested. 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

domestic violence prevention; reproductive 

rights; federated giving programs; Protestant 

agencies & churches; disabled; aging; women; 

economically disadvantaged; homeless. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Diego County, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Blaine A. Briggs, LaVerne S. Briggs. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 

EIN: 33011 9350 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$52,350 to Village Community Presbyterian 

Church, Rancho Santa Fe, CA. 
$12,000 to Great Basin College Foundation, 

Elko, NV. 

$5,300 to Drake University, Des Moines, IA. 
$5,000 to Bishop School, La jolla, CA. 
$2,200 to Old Globe Theater, San Diego, CA. 
$1 ,600 to Salvation Army of San Diego, San 

Diego, CA. 

$1,000 to Duke University, Durham, NC. 
$1 ,000 to K P B S-TV 1 5/FM 89.5, San Diego, 

CA. 

$1 ,000 to La Jolla Playhouse, La Jolla, CA. 
$500 to DePauw University, Greencastle, IN. 



194 

Frances and Sidney Brody Charitable 
Fund, Inc. 

500 S.Sepulveda Blvd., Ste. 301 
Los Angeles, CA 90049 

Established in 1944 in IL 
Donor(s): Frances L. Brody, Sidney F. Brody. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 
$43,034 (M); gifts received, $101,900; 
expenditures, $73,1 91 ; qualifying distributions, 
$73,073; giving activities include $73,080 for 
29 grants (high: $10,000; low: $50). 
Fields of interest: Media/communications; 
visual arts; museums; higher education; 
education; medical research; athletics/sports, 
equestrianism; Jewish agencies & temples. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, 
CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 
Dead/me: None 



Officers and Directors:* Frances L. Brody,* 
Pres.; Christopher W. Brody,* V.P.; Susan L. 
Brody, V.P.; Stephen M. Burgin,* Secy. 
EIN: 956029499 



195 

Dorothy Collins Brown Charitable 
Foundation* 

c/o Mary E. Cohick 

P.O. Box 551 

Pasadena, CA 91102-0551 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Dorothy Collins Brown. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$ 1 ,1 78,1 28 (M); expenditures, $61 ,841 ; 

qualifying distributions, $47,933; giving 

activities include $50,000 for 1 grant. 

Fields of interest: Media/communications. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Dorothy Collins Brown, Mary E. 

Cohick, Jack R.Surber. 

EIN: 954031 664 



196 
Stanley E, Brown Family Foundation & 

1 0430 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 2004 
Los Angeles, CA 90024 

Established in 1966 in CA. 

Donor(s): Chandler Lumber Co., Patricia Corp. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$709,172 (M); expenditures, $58,129; 

qualifying distributions, $53,591 ; giving 

activities include $52,328 for 98 grants (high: 

$31, 000; low: $5). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; child 

development, education; health associations; 

human services; Jewish federated giving 

programs; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Stanley E. Brown, Lawrence E. Irell, 

Marc Myers. 

EIN: 953259965 



197 
Hermione & Louis Brown Foundation 

606 N. Palm Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 

Established in 1984 in CA. 

Donor(s): Hermione K. Brown, Louis M. 

Brown.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$454,802 (M); gifts received, $50,000; 

expenditures, $71 ,782; qualifying distributions, 



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$69,1 1 5; giving activities include $69,1 1 5 for 

grants (high: $26,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; law 

school/education; human services; Jewish 

federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Hermione K. Brown,* 

Pres.; Harold A. Brown,* V.P., Secy, and C.F.O. 

EIN: 953945 183 



198 
Brutocao Family Foundation 

4 Venture, Ste. 220 
Irvine, CA 92618 
Contact: Rudolf L. Brutocao, M.D., C.E.O. 

Donor(s): Ricardo G. Brutocao, Roberto G. 

Brutocao, Rudolf L. Brutocao, M.D., Regina L. 

Brutocao, Severina Brutocao Malcolm, Louis 

Brutocao, William Malcolm. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,250,000 (M); gifts received, $65,000; 

expenditures, $80,000; qualifying distributions, 

$80,000; giving activities include $60,000 for 

15 grants (high: $32,000; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Education; health care; 

human services; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Rudolf L. Brutocao, 

M.D.,* C.E.O.; Severina Brutocao Malcolm,* 

Secy.; Raimond A. Brutocao, Regina L. 

Brutocao, Ricardo G. Brutocao, Roberto G. 

Brutocao, Louis Brutocao. 

Number of staff: 1 full-time professional; 1 

full-time support. 

EIN: 931 095950 



199 
John M. Bryan Family Fund 

c/o John M.Bryan 

600 Montgomery St., 35th Fl. 

San Francisco, CA 94111 

Donor(s): John M. Bryan, Florence E. Bryan. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 01/31/96): Assets, 

$1,950,668 (M); gifts received, $735,233; 

expenditures, $143,009; qualifying distributions, 

$39,312; giving activities include $39,312 for 

92 grants (high: $5,250; low: $20). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

elementary/secondary education; education; 

human services. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Alan R. Brudos, Florence E. Bryan, 

John M. Bryan, and 4 additional trustees. 

EIN: 941 657247 



200 
Gladys Bryant Foundation & 

6505 E. Serrano, Ste. D 
Anaheim, CA 92807 

Established in 1997. 

Donor(s): Gerald Barnes, Gladys Bryant. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,005 (L); gifts received, $86,573; 

expenditures, $85,568; qualifying distributions, 

$77,500; giving activities include $77,500 for 5 

grants (high: $25,000; low: $5,000). 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

higher education; religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Gladys Bryant, Pres.; Ben Lozano, V.P. 

and Secy.; Bruce Williams, C.F.O. 

EIN: 330734894 



201 
Junior C. Buck Foundation 

1039 Coast Blvd. S., Ste. 4A 
LaJolla,CA 92037 

Established in 1962. 

Donor(s): Leslie S. Buck, Florence S. Buck. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 

$1,363,314 (M); expenditures, $50,949; 

qualifying distributions, $48,864; giving 

activities include $48,864 for 13 grants (high: 

$25,889; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; higher education; 

graduate/professional education; education, 

alumni groups; diabetes research; YM/YWCAs & 

YM/YWHAs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Diego and La Jolla, CA, MA, 

and NJ. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Leslie S. Buck, Pres.; Florence S. Buck, 

V.P. and Treas.; G.Clyde Buck, Secy. 

EIN: 221 71 1627 



202 
The Buena Park Cultural Arts Foundation 

(also known as The Buena Park Foundation) 

6650 Beach Blvd. 

P.O. Box 5009 

Buena Park, CA 90622 (714)680-8842 

Contact: Marilee Jackson, Access Coord. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 
Donor(s): The Comcast Corp. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 
$179,488 (M); gifts received, $55,000; 
expenditures, $87,894; qualifying distributions, 
$63,547; giving activities include $56,547 for 
1 1 grants (high: $39,625; low: $50) and $7,000 
for 7 grants to individuals of $1 ,000 each. 
Purpose and activities: Awards scholarships for 
higher education in the area of 
communications; support also for the promotion 
of public access and local programming for the 
citizens of Buena Park. 



Fields of interest: Community development. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Buena Park and 

Fullerton, CA, and vicinity. 

Application information: Application form 

required for scholarship program. 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deaof//ne(s;:Apr.30 

Board meeting date(s): 4th Thursday of each 
month 

Final notification: May for scholarships 
Officers: Art Brown, Pres.; Frank Newbern, 
Treas. 

Directors: Donald Bone, Donna Chessen, Jon 
Dowell, Don Griffin, Patsy Marshall, Donald 
McCay, Rhonda McCune, Colleen McGregor, 
Jerry Sigler. 

Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 9538221 67 



203 
The Bunter Fund, Inc. ft 

554 Miller Ave., Ste. 1 

Mill Valley, CA 94941-2906 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Daniel Drake, Lee M.S. Drake. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$971,908 (M); gifts received, $7,000; 

expenditures, $1 32,604; qualifying distributions, 

$1 32,600; giving activities include $1 32,600 for 

6 grants (high: $35,000; low: $5,000). 

Fields of interest: Music, choral; arts/cultural 

programs; higher education; education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Daniel Drake, Pres.; Lee M.S. Drake, 

Secy.-Treas. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 680232620 



204 

The Edmund A. and Marguerite L A. 
Burke Foundation 

333 S.Hope St., 37th Fl. 
Los Angeles, CA 90071 
Contact: Olin Barrett, Tr. 

Established in 1963. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,115,315 (M); expenditures, $77,553; 

qualifying distributions, $59,750; giving 

activities include $59,750 for 35 grants (high: 

$4,000; low: $750). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

children. 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; human 

services; children & youth, services. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Southern CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Olin Barrett, Sanwa Bank California. 

EIN: 956090963 



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Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$4,000 to Hillside Home for Children, Santa 

Cruz, CA. 

$3,500 to Pasadena Day Nursery, Pasadena, CA. 
$3,000 to Villa Esperanza, Pasadena, CA. 
$2,500 to Hear Center, Pasadena, CA. 
$2,500 to Pacific Clinics, Pasadena, CA. 
$2,500 to Pacific Oaks College, Pasadena, CA. 
$2,500 to Polytechnic School, Pasadena, CA. 
$2,500 to San Gabriel Valley Learning Centers, 

Pasadena, CA. 
$1 ,500 to Kidspace, A Participatory Museum, 

Pasadena, CA. 
$1 ,250 to Mothers Club Community Center, 

Pasadena, CA. 



205 
Burns-Dunphy Foundation 

5 3rd St., Ste. 1200 

San Francisco, CA 94103 (415)421-6995 

Contact: Cressey H. Nakagawa, Pres. 

Established in 1969 in CA. 
Donor(s): Walter M.GIeason. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1,383,027 (M); gifts received, $21,240; 
expenditures, $91 ,966; qualifying distributions, 
$91,057; giving activities include $91 ,000 for 
10 grants (high: $15,000; low: $2,500). 
Fields of interest: Museums (art); historic 
preservation/historical societies; natural resource 
conservation & protection; hospitals (general); 
human services; Protestant agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in San Francisco, 
CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 



Officer and Directors:* Cressey H. Nakagawa,* 
Pres. and Treas.; Dianna Lee Wells. 
EIN: 237043565 



206 

Charles G. and Jessie R.Cale 
Foundation & 

600 W.Broadway, Ste. 2600 
San Diego, CA 92101 
Contact: Jack G. Charney, Secy. 

Established in 1995 in CA. 
Donor(s): Charles G.Cale. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,567,810 (M); expenditures, $55,536; 
qualifying distributions, $44,500; giving 
activities include $44,500 for grants. 
Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 

(general); recreation. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Los Angeles, CA. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 
Dead//ne(sJ:None 

Officers: Charles G. Cale, Pres.; Jack G. 

Chamey, Secy.; Walter C. Rawn, Treas. 

EIN: 9545091 28 



207 
The Cameron Foundation 

629 J St. 

Sacramento, CA 95814 

Contact: James W. Cameron, Dir. 

Established in 1989. 
Donor(s): James W. Cameron. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,224,531 (M); gifts received, $265,579; 
expenditures, $169,339; qualifying distributions, 
$131,642; giving activities include $132,244 for 
1 1 grants (high: $50,000; low: $620). 
Fields of interest: Crime/law enforcement; 
philanthropy/voluntarism. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Sacramento, 
CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 
Director: James W. Cameron. 
EIN: 68021 6710 



208 
Campbell Family Foundation t 

24591 Del Prado 
Dana Point, CA 92629 

Established in 1995 in CA. 

Donor(s): Gregory S. Campbell, Ruth Campbell. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,736,356 (M); expenditures, $1 62,540; 

qualifying distributions, $149,386; giving 

activities include $146,680 for 24 grants (high: 

$50,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 

services; international affairs; Christian agencies 

& churches. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

annual campaigns; capital campaigns; 

building/renovation; debt reduction; seed 

money; matching funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Gregory S. Campbell, Pres. 

EIN: 330683234 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$70,000 to Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL. 2 

grants: $50,000 (For student center 

programs), $20,000 (For dining commons 

project). 
$1 6,000 to Dave Draveckys Outreach of Hope, 

Colorado Springs, CO. For unrestricted 

support. 
$14,640 to Africa Inland Mission (AIM) 

International, Pearl River, NY. For unrestricted 

support. 
$8,000 to Mission Hills Baptist Church, Mission 

Viejo, CA. For unrestricted support. 
$7,500 to International Institute for Christian 

Studies, Overland Park, KS. For unrestricted 

support. 
$6,790 to Campus Crusade for Christ 

International, Orlando, FL. For unrestricted 

support, 
$5,000 to World Evangelical Fellowship, 

Wheaton, IL. For unrestricted support. 
$3,000 to Search Ministries, Lutherville, MD. 

For unrestricted support. 



$2,450 to Navigators, Colorado Springs, CO. 
For unrestricted support. 



209 
The Candle Foundation 

2425 Olympic Blvd. 
Santa Monica, CA 90404 
Contact: Owen Minnick, Chair. 
URL: httpyyWww.candle.com/mod02/ 
mod02-05.html 

Established in 1982 in CA. 

Donor(s): Aubrey G. Chernick, Candle Corp. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$1 83,889 (M); gifts received, $263,521 ; 

expenditures, $140,995; qualifying distributions, 

$1 40,950; giving activities include $1 40,950 for 

97 grants (high: $10,000; low: $20). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

international health and hunger relief. 

Fields of interest: Health care; substance abuse, 

treatment; health associations; food services; 

human services. 

Types of support: Program development; seed 

money; employee matching gifts. 

Limitations: Giving on a national basis, with 

some emphasis on CA. No grants to individuals, 

or for building funds. 

Publications: 990-PF, application guidelines. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Copies of proposal: 3 

Deadlines): Varies 

Officers and Directors:* Owen Minnick,* 
Chair.; Aubrey G. Chernick,* Pres.; Margaret 
Smith,* V.P. 

Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 953796620 



210 
The Capecchio Foundation 

(Formerly The Cortopassi Family Foundation) 
11 292 N. Alpine Rd. 
Stockton, CA 95212 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Dean Cortopassi, Joan Cortopassi. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,562,428 (M); gifts received, $326,041; 

expenditures, $1 1 3,763; qualifying distributions, 

$106,598; giving activities include $93,500 for 

22 grants (high: $31,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; natural 

resource conservation & protection; health 

associations; human services. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Stockton, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Dean Cortopassi, Pres.; Donald Lenz, 

Secy.-Treas. 

Director: Joan Cortopassi. 

EIN: 680232655 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$31 ,000 to Hillsdale College, Stockton, CA. 

$10,000 to Katalysis Foundation, Stockton, CA. 



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$10,000 to Mitochondrial Disorders Foundation 

of America, Concord, CA. 
$6,000 to University of the Pacific, Stockton, CA. 
$5,000 to California Waterfowl Association, 

Sacramento, CA. 
$1,000 to San Joaquin County Historical Society 

and Museum, Lodi, CA. 
$500 to Childrens Museum of Stockton, 

Stockton, CA. 
$300 to Hospice of San Joaquin County, 

Stockton, CA. 
$200 to Childrens Home of Stockton, Stockton, 

CA. 
$100 to Crisis Pregnancy Center of Lodi, Lodi, 

CA. 



211 
The Leo J. & Celia Carlin Fund 

111SutterSt.,19thFI. 

San Francisco, CA 94104 (415)398-6930 

Contact: Alex Carlin 

Established in 1992 in CA as successor to The 

Carlin Fund. 

Donor(s): Leo J. Carlin,* Celia Carlin.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,775,825 (M); expenditures, $124,817; 

qualifying distributions, $120,878; giving 

activities include $95,327 for 102 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs; higher education; human services; 

Jewish federated giving programs; public policy, 

research; government/public administration; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Types of support: Continuing support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Jerome E. Carlin, Pres.; Chester M. 

Epstein, V.P.; Nicholas A. Carlin, Secy.; David C. 

Epstein, Treas. 

EIN: 943 1431 63 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$10,000 to Bar-Han University in Israel, Miami, 

FL 
$6,500 to American Committee for the 

Weizmann Institute of Science, North Miami 

Beach, FL. 
$5,000 to American Conservatory Theater 

(ACT), San Francisco, CA. 
$5,000 to American Society for Technion-lsrael 

Institute of Technology, Miami Beach, FL. 
$3,000 to Aish HaTorah Jerusalem Fund, Miami 

Beach, FL. 
$2,500 to Finch University of Health 

Sciences/Chicago Medical School, North 

Chicago, IL. 
$2,500 to Ploughshares Fund, San Francisco, 

CA. 
$2,000 to Environmental Protection Information 

Center (EPIC), Carberville, CA. 
$2,000 to Institute for Defense and 

Disarmament Studies, Cambridge, MA. 
$1 ,000 to Oxfam America, Boston, MA. 



212 
The Caruso Family Foundation 

IMWilshire Blvd., 1 4th FL 

Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310)445-0076 

Contact: Rick J. Caruso, Pres. 

Established in 1991 inCA. 

Donor(s): Marc Caruso, Rick Caruso, Christina 

Stewart. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,664,205 (M); gifts received, $81,914; 

expenditures, $1 86,558; qualifying distributions, 

$186,484; giving activities include $172,557 for 

17 grants (high: $30,000; low: $1 50). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

hospitals (general); biomedicine; medical 

research. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; building/renovation; 

curriculum development. 

Limitations: Giving limited to CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Copies of proposal: 5 

Deac///ne|sJ:Nov.1 

Board meeting date(s): Dec. 1 

F/na/nof/r7cat/on;Jan.31 
Officers and Trustees:* Rick J. Caruso,* Pres.; 
Marc Caruso,* V.P.; Christina Stewart,* V.P.; Len 
Gladstone, Secy.; Gloria G. Caruso, Henry J. 
Caruso, Tina Caruso, James Stewart. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 95431 7077 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$30,000 to Saint Anthonys Church, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$25,000 to Chamber of Commerce of Conejo 

Valley, Thousand Oaks, CA. 
$25,000 to National Institute of Transplantation, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$25,000 to Saint Pauls School. 
$25,000 to University of Southern California, 

Los Angeles, CA. For Ides of March Program. 
$25,000 to Wellness Community, Los Angeles, 

CA. 

$8,767 to Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA. 
$8,1 00 to California Hospital Medical Center, 

Los Angeles, CA. 

$2,500 to Northwood University, Midland, Ml. 
$1,500 to Kiwanis Club. 



213 
The Casey Foundation ir 

P.O. Box 11 01 7 

Beverly Hills, CA 90213 (310)888-2887 

Contact; Joseph T. Casey, Pres. 

Established in 1984 in CA. 

Donor(s): Joseph T. Casey, Dolores A. Casey. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,215,102 (M); gifts received, $41,777; 

expenditures, $51,120; qualifying distributions, 

$51,120; giving activities include $49,1 90 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; 

elementary/secondary education; higher 

education; human services; Christian agencies & 

churches. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 



Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 
to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Joseph T. Casey, Pres.; Dolores A. 
Casey, Treas. 
EIN: 95394981 9 



214 
The Cayton Family Foundation 

1706AltaMuraRd. 

Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 

Established in 1983 in CA. 

Donor(s): R.James Cayton. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$576,310 (M); gifts received, $146,770; 

expenditures, $194,557; qualifying distributions, 

$181,244; giving activities include $181 ,244 for 

grants (high: $50,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; substance 

abuse, services; human services; Jewish 

federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations in which board 

members are personally involved. Unsolicited 

requests for funds not considered. 

Officers: R. James Cayton, Pres.; Lucille Cayton, 

V.P.; Stuart Tobisman, Secy. 

EIN: 9537991 26 



215 
Hsu Hwa Chao Foundation 

21 Foxhill 

Irvine, CA 92714 

Conrad: Phylis Y. Hsia, Pres. 

Application address: P.O. Box 50543, Irvine, CA 

92619-0543 

Established in 1994. 

Donor(s): Phylis Y. Hsia, David C. Hsia. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/96): Assets, 

$1,337,468 (M); expenditures, $69,950; 

qualifying distributions, $61,845; giving 

activities include $55,200 for 6 grants (high: 

$32,000; low: $200; average: $200-$30,000), 

Fields of interest: Higher education; family 

services, domestic violence. 

Types of support: Continuing support; 

building/renovation; endowment funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA and Rl. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations; Funds fully 

committed; unsolicited applications will not be 

accepted. 

Board meeting date(s): Annually 
Officers: Phylis Y. Hsia, Pres.; David C. Hsia, 
Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 330591 357 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$32,000 to Brown University, Providence, Rl. 

For Geoscience Building expansion. 
$10,000 to Human Options, Laguna Beach, CA. 



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$1 0,000 to University of California at Irvine 

Foundation, Irvine, CA. For Bonny Center 

expansion. 
$2,500 to Four Season Symphony. For June 

concert. 
$500 to Irvine High School, Irvine, CA. For 

yearbook. 
$200 to Pacific Symphony Orchestra, Santa 

Ana, CA. For gala fundraiser. 



216 
Chao Mu Foundation & 

1405 Via Davalos 

Palos Verdes Estates, CA 90274-1943 

(310)541-3902 

Contact: Arlene Mu Chao, Pres. 

Established in 1974. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$381 ,693 (M); expenditures, $128,981 ; 

qualifying distributions, $128,981; giving 

activities include $127,550 for 20 grants (high: 

$50,000; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; dental 

school/education; hospitals (general); Salvation 

Army; religion. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Giving on a national basis. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deaof//ne(sJ;Oct.31 

Officers: Arlene Mu Chao, Pres. and V.P.; 
Schuchery Chao, Secy. 
EIN: 23741 8847 



217 
Chapman Forestry Foundation 

200 B St., Ste. F 
Davis, CA 95616-4505 

Established in 1954. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,676,074 (M); gifts received, $3,400; 

expenditures, $72,564; qualifying distributions, 

$71 ,268; giving activities include $51 ,500 for 4 

grants (high: $20,000; low: $5,000) and $353 

for 1 foundation-administered program. 

Fields of interest: Museums; higher education; 

university. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and TX. No 

grants to individuals. 

Officers and Directors:* A. Dale Chapman,* 

Pres. and Treas.; Fred Chapman, Secy.; Thomas 

W. Vaughn. 

EIN: 626046602 



218 
Charis Fund 

P.O. Box 124 
TahoeCity,CA 96145-0124 

Trust established in 1938 in CA. 

Donor(s): Hugh Trowbridge Dobbins,* Roberta 

Lloyd Dobbins,* and others. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,634,215 (M); expenditures, $81,385; 

qualifying distributions, $70,586; giving 



activities include $72,500 for 13 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $2,500). 

Purpose and activities: Support for small 

projects relating to social, health, educational, 

and some religious needs, normally based in the 

areas in which the trustees reside. Grants 

seldom exceed $10,000. 

Fields of interest: Health care; food services; 

human services; women, centers & services. 

Types of support: Program development; seed 

money. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the northern 

CA, western OR, and WA, areas where the 

trustees reside. No grants to individuals; no 

scholarships. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 6 

Deadline: Mar. 31 and Sept. 30 

Board meeting date(s): Usually early May and 

Nov. 

Officers and Trustees:* Elizabeth Dobbins 
Simmonds,* Pres.; Virginia Dobbins Chappelle,* 
Secy.; Peter Knuth,* Treas.; Roberta D'Anneo, 
Allen L. Dobbins, Lewis M. Dobbins. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 94607761 9 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$10,000 to Planned Parenthood of 

Columbia-Willamette, Portland, OR. For Get 

the Facts: Families Actively Communicating 

Together program. 
$8,000 to Contra Costa Interfaith Transitional 

Housing, Concord, CA. 
$8,000 to Northwest Food Strategies, Bainbridge 

Island, WA. For food distribution centers and 

fish bycatch programs. 
$5,000 to Contra Costa Food Bank, Concord, 

CA.Forforklift. 
$5,000 to Goodwill Industries of Seattle, Seattle, 

WA. For job training and education programs. 
$5,000 to Mid-Peninsula Hospice Foundation, 

Menlo Park, CA. 
$5,000 to Northwest Pilot Project, Portland, OR. 

For expansion of facilities. 
$5,000 to School Environmental Education 

Docents (SEED), Novato, CA. For training 

program. 
$5,000 to Simba, Oakland, CA. Toward 

establishing a new chapter. 
$4,000 to Richmond Rescue Mission, 

Richmond, CA. For Family Shelter program. 



219 
Charter Oak Foundation 

c/o John F. Samp, Tokai Bank 

300 S. Grand, 5th Fl. 

Los Angeles, CA 90071 (213)972-0512 

Contact: Rita Lancefield, Secy. 

Application address: 1 89 Walter Hays Dr., Palo 

Alto, CA 94303; Tel.: (650) 323-6653; FAX: 

(650) 323-4760 

Established in 1981 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$1,741,336 (M); expenditures, $163,524; 

qualifying distributions, $123,500; giving 

activities include $123,500 for 37 grants (high: 

$8,500; low: $500; average: $500-$! 0,000). 



Fields of interest: Delinquency 
prevention/services; children & youth, services; 
women, centers & services; women. 
Types of support: General/operating support; 
building/renovation; equipment; 
program-related investments/loans. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Southern CA 
and the San Francisco Bay Area. No grants to 
individuals. 

Application information: Application form 
required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 
Copies of proposal: 7 

Deadline: 2 weeks before board meetings 
Board meeting datefs): Quarterly 
Officers and Directors:* John F. Samp,* Pres.; 
Joan A. Fritz,* V.P.; Rita Lancefield,* Secy.; Ruth 
E. Biggs,* Treas.; Charles P. Gould, Robert K. 
Lancefield. 

Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 9522641 58 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$1 0,000 to Trust for Hidden Villa, Los Altos 

Hills, CA. 

$10,000 to YMCA, Chino Family, Chino, CA. 
$5,000 to Centinela Valley Juvenile Diversion 

Project, Inglewood, CA. 
$4,500 to Exchange Club Child Abuse 

Prevention Center of Orange County, Costa 

Mesa, CA. 
$4,000 to Bainbridge Day Care and Preschool, 

Bainbridge Island, WA. 
$4,000 to New Directions for Women, Costa 

Mesa, CA. 
$4,000 to Pasadena Council on Alcoholism and 

Drug Dependency, Pasadena, CA. 
$3,000 to Olive Crest Homes and Services for 

Abused Children, Santa Ana, CA. 
$3,000 to Para Los Ninos, Los Angeles, CA. 
$3,000 to San Bernardino Child Advocacy 

Program, San Bernardino, CA. 



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Richard H, Chartrand Eye Research 
Foundation & 

101S.SanMateoDr.,Ste.310 
SanMateo,CA 94401 
Contact: Dr. Ariah Schwartz, Pres. 

Established in 1988 in NV. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,078,378 (M); expenditures, $127,906; 

qualifying distributions, $1 26,990; giving 

activities include $123,600 for 3 grants (high: 

$93,500; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Eye disease; eye research. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Dead/weft): None 

Final notification: Within 2 months 
Officers: Ariah Schwartz, M.D., Pres.; Daniel M. 
Schwartz, M.D., V.P.; Pauline Schwartz, Ph.D., 
Secy. 
EIN: 930951 51 7 



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Kali Pradip Chaudhuri Foundation 

1045 E.Morton PI. 
Hemet,CA 92543 

Established in 1992 in CA. 

Donor(s): Kali P. Chaudhuri, Sunanda 

Chaudhuri. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$1,600,579 (M); gifts received, $850,000; 

expenditures, $139,989; qualifying distributions, 

$1 20,021 ; giving activities include $1 0,1 50 for 

2 grants (high: $10,000; low: $150) and 

$11 0,000 for 1 foundation-administered 

program. 

Purpose and activities: An operating foundation; 

funds a medical facility in India; also awards 

grants to education. 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; hospitals (general). 

International interests: India. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Hemet, CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Bishwajit Kar, Pres.; Michael B. Foutz, 

Secy. 

EIN: 330441 991 



222 
Checchi Foundation 

c/o Diane Armstrong, CPA 
1 2400 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 1460 
Los Angeles, CA 90025 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Donor(s): Kathryn D. Checchi. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$218,755 (M); gifts received, $200,000; 

expenditures, $108,716; qualifying distributions, 

$106,991 ; giving activities include $101,000 for 

5 grants (high: $60,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

elementary/secondary education; higher 

education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer and Trustees:* Kathryn D. Checchi,* 

Mgr.; Alfred A. Checchi. 

EIN: 95408451 2 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$60,000 to Harvard-Westlake School, North 

Hollywood, CA. 

$20,000 to Amherst College, Amherst, MA. 
$10,000 to American Film Institute, Los Angeles, 

$1 0,000 to University of California, School of 

Medicine, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to United Way of the Saint Paul Area, 

Saint Paul, MN. 



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Codding Foundation 

P.O. Box 6655 

Santa Rosa, CA 95406-0655 (707)584-7550 

Contact: Connie Codding, Pres. 

MX: (707) 586-9569 

Established in 1960. 

Donor(s): Constance C. Codding, Hugh B. 

Codding, Codding Enterprises, Petaluma 

Wildlife Museum. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$792,91 4 (M); gifts received, $1 00,000; 

expenditures, $11 0,656; qualifying distributions, 

$1 07,035; giving activities include $1 06,729 for 

grants [high: $10,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for the 

prevention of substance abuse, physical abuse, 

and teenage pregnancy; support also for family 

strengthening, education, health, and physical 

fitness and programs that help young people 

help themselves. 

Fields of interest: Child development, 

education; education; family planning; 

substance abuse, services; youth, pregnancy 

prevention; youth, services; child development, 

services; family services. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; seed money; employee 

matching gifts; matching funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Sonoma County, 

CA. No grants to individuals, or for building 

funds, annual campaigns, or endowment funds. 

Publications: Application guidelines. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline(s): Last working day in Mar., June, 
Sept., and Dec. 

Board meeting date(s): Mar., June, Sept., and 

Dec. 

Officers and Directors:* Constance C. 
Codding,* Pres.; G. David Codding,* V.P.; 
Reginald E. Bayley,* Secy. 
EIN: 94608941 9 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$10,000 to United Way of 

Sonoma-Mendocino-Lake, Santa Rosa, CA. 

For community programs. 
$5,000 to Petaluma Wildlife and Natural 

Science Museum, Petaluma, CA. For capital 

improvements. 
$5,000 to Sonoma County Community 

Foundation, Santa Rosa, CA. For endowment. 
$5,000 to 1 00 Black Men of Sonoma County, 

Rohnert Park, CA. For scholarships. 
$3,500 to Sonoma County People for Economic 

Opportunity, Santa Rosa, CA. For programs. 
$2,800 to K R C B-Channel 22, Rohnert Park, 

CA. For capital improvements. 
$2,500 to Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., Konocti 

Council, Santa Rosa, CA. For programs. 
$2,500 to Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, 

Santa Rosa, CA. For programs. 
$2,500 to Summer Search Foundation, Mill 

Valley, CA. For scholarships. 
$1,500 to Hispanic Education and Media 

Group, Sausalito, CA. For teacher train ing 

seminar. 



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The Richard M. Cohen Foundation & 

601 N. Faring Rd. 

Los Angeles, CA 90077 

Established in 1989 in CA. 

Donor(s): Richard M. Cohen. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$294,269 (M); gifts received, $1 54,375; 

expenditures, $1 77,766; qualifying distributions, 

$1 76,312; giving activities include $1 77,645 for 

63 grants (high: $25,000; low: $10). 

Fields of interest: Health associations; cancer; 

AIDS; cancer research; AIDS research; human 

services; family services; homeless, human 

services; Jewish federated giving programs; 

homeless. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Richard M. Cohen, Pres. 

EIN: 954245546 



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J. H. Cohn & Company Foundation & 

10390 Santa Monica Blvd., 4th Fl. 

Los Angeles, CA 90025-5058 

Contact: Peter Alpert, Mgr. 

Application address: 1 33 S. Las Palmas Ave., 

Los Angeles, CA 90004 

Established in 1954. 

Donor(s): Benjamin Alpert,* J.H. Cohn & Co. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$140,298 (M); expenditures, $54,083; 

qualifying distributions, $53,684; giving 

activities include $53,525 for 1 8 grants (high: 

$30,000; low: $35). 

Fields of interest: Human services; Jewish 

federated giving programs; Jewish agencies & 

temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and New 

York, NY. No support for private foundations. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead//ne(s;.-None 
Officer: Peter Alpert, Mgr. 
Trustee: June Alpert. 
EIN: 226059842 



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Elsie I & Josephine Colombo Charitable 
Trust 

c/o Bank of the West, Trust Dept. 

P.O. Box 11 21 

San Jose, CA 95108 (408)998-6856 

Contact: Doris A. Smith, Asst V.P. and Trust Off. 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): Elsie T.Colombo. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,298,044 (M); expenditures, $79,870; 

qualifying distributions, $68,049; giving 

activities include $65,654 for 6 grants (high: 

$13,194; low: $5,000). 

Fields of interest: General charitable giving. 

Application information: 



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Initial approach: Letter 
Deadline!?): None 

Trustee: Bank of the West. 

E1N: 7760981 60 



227 
Compassion for Animals Foundation, Inc. 

3962 Landmark St. 
Culver City, CA 90232 
Contact; Gilbert Michaels, Pres. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 
Donor(s): Gilbert N. Michaels. 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 
$11 ,423 (M); gifts received, $50,000; 
expenditures, $102,633; qualifying distributions, 
$101 ,446; giving activities include $99,500 for 
9 grants (high: $31,700; low: $1,000). 
Purpose and activities: Giving strictly for the 
protection and advancement of animal rights 
and the prevention of cruelty to animals, 
through scientific research, literary and 
educational efforts, and charitable activities. 
Fields of interest: Animal welfare. 
Types of support: General/operating support. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead/foe: None 

Officers: Gilbert N. Michaels, Pres.; Julie Javor, 
Secy.; Lonnie Horn, C.F.O. 
EIN: 954082225 



228 
Corti Family Agricultural Fund 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Trust Dept. 

8405 N.Fresno St., Ste. 210 

Fresno, CA 93720 

Contact; Dawn M. Compton, Scholarship and 

Grant Dir. 

Established in 1950 in CA. 

Donor(s): Theresa Corti .* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$1,070,193 (M); expenditures, $62,753; 

qualifying distributions, $49,574; giving 

activities include $40,950 for 52 grants to 

individuals (high: $1 ,450; low: $50; average: 

$300-$ 1,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving limited to 

scholarships for graduates of high schools in 

Kern County for agricultural education. 

Fields of interest: Agriculture. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Kern County, CA. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead//nefe);Feb.28 

Board meeting date(s): May 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 956053041 



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The Bruce and Toni Corwin Foundation 

2049 Century Park E., No. 2500 
Los Angeles, CA 90067-3127 
Contact; Toni Corwin, Secy. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Bruce C. Corwin, Toni Corwin. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$21,336 (M); gifts received, $69,250; 

expenditures, $78,750; qualifying distributions, 

$78,593; giving activities include $78,593 for 

72 grants (high: $20,386; low: $70). 

Fields of interest: Film/video; education, 

association; elementary/secondary education; 

education; animal welfare; hospitals (general); 

health care; health associations; AIDS; AIDS 

research; food services; youth development, 

services; human services; homeless, human 

services; civil rights; community development; 

Jewish federated giving programs; leadership 

development; public affairs; Jewish agencies & 

temples; religion; disabled; homeless; general 

charitable giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; annual campaigns; capital 

campaigns; building/renovation; endowment 

funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Bruce C. Corwin, Chair.; Toni Corwin, 

Secy, and C.F.O. 

EIN: 9540761 22 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$1 5,000 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$13,661 to Temple Emanuel, Los Angeles, CA. 2 

grants: $11, 000, $2,661. 
$8,000 to Jewish Federation Council of Greater 

Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 4 grants: 

$2,000 each. 

$5,000 to Coro Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,500 to Multiple Sclerosis Society of Southern 

California, National, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,500 to Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple 

Sclerosis, Aspen, CO. 



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CM. and Edna P. Cotton Family 
Foundation 

2237 Donnie Rd. 
Newport Beach, CA 92660 

Established in 1962. 

Donor(s): Charles P. Cotton, Priscilla C. Clark. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/96): Assets, 

$1,043,775 (M); expenditures, $45,010; 

qualifying distributions, $35,900; giving 

activities include $35,000 for 8 grants (high: 

$7,500; low: $2,000). 

Fields of interest: Libraries/library science; 

natural resource conservation & protection; 

hospitals (general); health associations; human 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 



Officers and Trustees:* Charles B. Cotton,* 
Pres.; John P. Cotton,* V.P. and Treas.; Robert C. 
Gannon, Jr.,* Secy.; Charles P. Cotton, Christina 
C.Gannon, Donald E. Hall. 
EIN: 95609731 5 



231 
Crosby, Heafy, Roach & May Foundation 

1999 Harrison St., 21 stFl. 
Oakland, CA 94612 

Established in 1994. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$1,510 (M); gifts received, $68,000; 

expenditures, $73,1 73; qualifying distributions, 

$ 73, 1 73 ; giving activities i nclude $ 71 ,900 for 

43 grants (high: $15,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; human services; children & youth, 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Director: Debbie Johnson, Admin. Dir. 

EIN: 9431 71 857 



232 
Crovvley Foundation 

155 Grand Ave., 9th Fl. 

Oakland, CA 94612 (510)251-7551 

Contact. -Tana G. Shipman, Secy. 

Established in 1958. 

Donor(s): Thomas B. Crowley, Sr., Crowley 
Maritime Corp. 

Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 
$615,694 (M); gifts received, $125,000; 
expenditures, $1 27,841 ; qualifying distributions, 
$127,221 ; giving activities include $127,500 for 
2 grants (high: $125,000; low: $2,500). 
Fields of interest: Higher education; cancer 
research; Christian agencies & churches. 
Types of support: Building/renovation; 
endowment funds; scholarship funds. 
Limitations: Giving limited to the San Francisco 
Bay Area, CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deadline(s): None 

Officers and Director:* Thomas B. Crowley, Jr.,* 
Chair.; Tana G. Shipman, Secy, and C.F.O. 
EIN: 946063951 



233 
Current Wisdom, Inc. 

1417LaHabra 

Lake San Marcos, CA 92069 (760)744-0819 

Established in 1984 in CA. 
Donor(s): S. Morgan Barber. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 
$1,439,038 (M); gifts received, $19,500; 
expenditures, $105,951; qualifying distributions, 
$91,793; giving activities include $89,451 for 
36 grants (high: $87,851 ; low: $20). 



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Purpose and activities: Giving to institutions for 

the search and promotion of wisdom. 

Types of support: Continuing support; capital 

campaigns. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

on a national basis, with emphasis on CA. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. The majority of 

funding for the next year will go to the Wisdom 

Society. 

Officers: S. Morgan Barber, Pres.; Harriet C. 

Barber, Secy.; Dianne Adams, Treas. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time professional; 1 

part-time support. 

BIN: 953893988 



234 
Cush Automotive Charitable Foundation 

2901 5th Ave. 

San Diego, CA 92103 

Co/tfacf:DebraL.Parrish,Secy. 

Application address: 5202 Kealny Mesa Rd., San 

Diego, CA 92111; Tel: (619) 541-0200 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Donor(s): Stephen P. Cushman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$1,488,41 9 (M); gifts received, $500; 

expenditures, $42,108; qualifying distributions, 

$40,361 ; giving activities include $39,800 for 

48 grants (high: $8,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Education; health 

organizations. 

Limitations: Giving limited to San Diego, CA. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Stephen P. Cushman, Pres.; Lori A. 
Moore, V.P.; Debra L. Parrish, Secy, and C.F.O. 
E1N: 330643458 



235 
Robert Daly Foundation 

(Formerly Robert and Nancy Daly Foundation) 
9460 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 600 
Beverly Hills, CA 90212 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Donor(s): Robert Daly. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$966,234 (M); gifts received, $2,1 1 7; 

expenditures, $1 86,416; qualifying distributions, 

$1 83,1 23; giving activities include $1 83,1 23 for 

37 grants (high: $50,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Film/video; arts/cultural 

programs; higher education; education; 

hospitals (general); children & youth, services; 

general charitable giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

capital campaigns. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA, Washington, DC, and NY. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Robert Daly. 

EIN: 956875322 



236 
Damien Foundation 

Russ Bldg. 

235 Montgomery St., Ste. 11 20 

San Francisco, CA 94104 (415)421-7555 

Contact: Mark Rabine, Secy. 

MX: (41 5) 421 -071 2 

Established in 1979 in DE. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,229,703 (M); gifts received, $169,436; 

expenditures, $106,731; qualifying distributions, 

$98,1 34; giving activities include $76,900 for 6 

grants (high: $30,000; low: $1,548; average: 

$5,000-$! 0,000). 

Purpose and activities: "The foundation's aim is 

to empower those whose vision for humanity 

and the planet is democratic, fair and 

environmentally sound. The foundation 

supports grassroots organizations and projects 

whose work reflects compassion, consciousness 

and commitment. The foundation takes an 

international approach to grantmaking, 

awarding many of its grants in South America, 

especially in Brazil. The planet's delicate 

ecological situation is a challenge to which the 

foundation responds by directing a significant 

portion of our grants to environmental projects, 

particularly those that help raise awareness of 

the complex issues involved. Projects organized 

by women or that evoke women's 

transformative potential are encouraged. 

Communities that nurture the social, 

psychological and spiritual dimensions of the 

individual are favored." 

Fields of interest: Natural resource conservation 

& protection; environment; women, centers & 

services; psychology, behavioral science; 

women. 

International interests: South America; Brazil. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

program development. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the Southern 

Hemisphere, with emphasis on Brazil; giving 

also in Europe. 

Publications: Informational brochure (including 

application guidelines). 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: None 

Board meeting date(s): Varies 
Officers and Trustee:* Tara Lament,* Pres.; 
Mark Rabine, Secy.; Humberto Mafra, Treas. and 
Exec. Dir. 

Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 133006359 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$30,000 to Both Ends Foundation, Amsterdam, 

Netherlands. For general support. 
$24,000 to Earth Nexus Foundation, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$10,000 to Tides Foundation, San Francisco, 

CA. For general support. 
$6,352 to Network for Social Change, England, 
$5,000 to International Transpersonal 

Association, Rohnert Park, CA. For general 

support. 
$1,548 to Bedales School, England. For general 

support. 



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The Daphne Foundation 

4444 Lakeside Dr. 
P.O. Box 7774 
Burbank,CA 91510-7774 

Established in 1990 in CA and NY. 

Donor(s): Abigail E.Disney. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$1,548,864 (M); expenditures, $89,357; 

qualifying distributions, $73,664; giving 

activities include $75,000 for 3 grants of 

$25,000 each. 

Fields of interest: Reading; AIDS; legal services; 

family services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the metropolitan New York, NY, 

area. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Abigail E. Disney,* 

Pres.; Pierre Hauser II,* Secy, and C.F.O.; Leah 

Doyle, Jean Vanasselt, Johnathan Wilcove. 

EIN: 954288541 



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The Justin Dart Family Foundation 

(Formerly Jane & Justin Dart Foundation) 
c/o Dreyer Edmonds & Assocs. 
355 S. Grand Ave., Ste. 41 50 
Los Angeles, CA 90071 

Established in 1947. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96]: Assets, 

$671,51 7 (M); expenditures, $102,359; 

qualifying distributions, $96,770; giving 

activities include $97,386 for 1 00 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $10). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; health care; Christian agencies & 

churches; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Trustees:* Jane 0. Dart,* V.P.; 

Stephen Murray Dart,* Secy .-Treas.; Jane Dart 

Campbell, Guy Michael Dart. 

EIN: 956032668 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$40,000 to Monterey Peninsula Museum of Art, 

Monterey, CA. 3 grants: $25,000, $10,000, 

$5,000. 
$5,000 to Community Hospital of the Monterey 

Peninsula Auxiliary, Monterey, CA. 
$5,000 to Monterey Community Foundation, 

Monterey, CA. 
$2,500 to All Saints Episcopal Day School, 

Carmel, CA. 
$2,000 to Music Center of Los Angeles County, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to Music Center Unified Fund, Los 

Angeles, CA. 

$1,500 to American Red Cross, Monterey, CA. 
$1,500 to Monterey County Symphony Guild, 

Carmel, CA. 



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The Georges de Batz Trust for the Arts 

c/o Henry Howard 
601 Laurel Ave. 
SanMateo,CA 94401 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Georges de Batz.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$722,454 (M); expenditures, $88,360; 

qualifying distributions, $67,336; giving 

activities include $65,000 for 7 grants (high: 

$15,000; low: $5,000). 

Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs; higher education; education; human 

services; Roman Catholic agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Henry Howard. 

EIN: 9431 1021 6 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$15,000 to San Francisco Museum of Modern 

Art, San Francisco, CA. 
$10,000 to Good Samaritan Family Resource 

Center, San Francisco, CA. 
$10,000 to San Francisco Girls Chorus, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$10,000 to San Francisco Ladies Protection, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$10,000 to University of San Francisco, School 

of Law, San Francisco, CA. 
$5,000 to DrawBridge: An Arts Program for 

Homeless Children, San Rafael, CA. 
$5,000 to Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, 

NY. 



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Glenn and Pauline DeKraker Foundation, 
Inc. 

c/o David A. Ryder, Atty. 
1 63 1 Willow St., Ste. 100 
San Jose, CA 95125 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/96): Assets, 

$529,891 (M); expenditures, $62,029; 

qualifying distributions, $57,940; giving 

activities include $58,481 for 2 grants (high: 

$48,422; low: $10,059). 

Fields of interest: Human services; 

economically disadvantaged. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 



Officers and Directore:* Glenn W. DeKraker 

111,* Pres.; Glenn W. DeKraker,* V.P.; Pauline D. 

DeKraker,* Secy, and CF.O. 

EIN: 770203505 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$48,422 to Concern for the Poor, San Jose, CA. 

$10,059 to Leigh Crueger Foundation. 



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The Chan Desaigoudar Foundation ft 

490 Santa Rosa Dr. 

LosGatos,CA 95032 (408)356-2218 

Contact: Chan Desaigoudar, Tr. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Chan Desaigoudar, Aarathi 

Desaigoudar. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,178,592 (M); expenditures, $70,714; 

qualifying distributions, $51,632; giving 

activities include $52,500 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Education; mental health/crisis 

services; cancer research; human services. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: 

Deaof//ne(s;:None 

Trustees: Chan Desaigoudar, Aarathi 
Desaigoudar. 
EIN: 7701 35035 



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Chris Dialynas Family Foundation * 

c/o Dreyer Edmonds & Assocs. 
355 S. Grand Ave., Ste. 41 50 
Los Angeles, CA 90071 

Established in 1995 in CA. 

Donor(s): Chris P. Dialynas, Sherry Dialynas. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 0/31/97): Assets, 

$324,925 (M); gifts received, $22,125; 

expenditures, $51 ,752; qualifying distributions, 

$51,173; giving activities include $51,752 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; federated 

giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Chris P. Dialynas, Pres.; Sherry Home 

Dialynas, Secy, and C.F.O. 

EIN: 330693259 



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Doehring Foundation* 

1070 Alcalde Dr. 
Glendale,CA 91207-1126 

Established in 1960 in CA. 

Donor(s): Catherine M. Doehring. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,377,692 (M); expenditures, $66,234; 

qualifying distributions, $55,885; giving 

activities include $57,000 for 26 grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 

(general); cancer; human services; international 

relief. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

research. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Catherine M. Doehring. 

EIN: 956044405 



244 

Dresdner RCM Global Investors 
Charitable Fund * 

(Formerly RCM Capital Management Charitable 

Fund) 

4 Embarcadero Ctr., Ste. 2900 

San Francisco, CA 94111 (415)954-5474 

Contact: Nancy Wiltsek 

Established in 1982 in CA. 
Donor(s): Partners of RCM General. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/96): Assets, 
$2,726 (L); expenditures, $135,862; qualifying 
distributions, $135,862; giving activities include 
$122,525 for 23 grants (high: $1 5,000; low: 
$100; average: $2,500-$! 0,000). 
Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 
education and human services for children and 
youth, with emphasis on self help, general 
welfare, and community service. 
Fields of interest: Child development, 
education; elementary school/education; 
education; children & youth, services; child 
development, services; family services; 
homeless, human services; minorities. 
Types of support: Program development; seed 
money. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the San Francisco 
Bay Area, CA. 

Publications: Application guidelines. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter or telephone 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline(s): None 

Board meeting date(s): 4 times a year 
Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 
EIN: 94291 8601 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$20,000 to Coleman Advocates for Children 

and Youth, San Francisco, CA. 2 grants: 

$10,000 each (For general support). 
$15,000 to Bay Area Community Resources, 

Larkspur, CA. For general support. 
$15,000 to Fred Finch Youth Center, Oakland, 

CA. For general support. 
$1 5,000 to San Francisco League of Urban 

Gardeners, San Francisco, CA. For general 

support. 
$10,000 to Bay Area Womens Resource Center, 

San Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$1 0,000 to Girls After-School Academy, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$10,000 to San Francisco Food Bank, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Mission Reading Clinic, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$500 to Castilleja School Foundation, Palo Alto, 

CA. For general support. 



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Dudley-Vehmeyer-Brown Memorial 
Foundation, Inc. 

c/o Frank R. Hommowun 

117 Walter Hays Dr. 

Palo Alto, CA 94303-2924 

Contact: Frank R. Hommowun, Pres. 

Established in 1972. 

Donor(s): Grace E. Vehmeyer Charitable Trust. 

Foundation type: Operating 



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Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, $0 
(M); gifts received, $69,764; expenditures, 
$69,764; qualifying distributions, $59,750; 
giving activities include $24,000 for 1 grants 
(high: $4,800; low: $1,600) and $35,750 for 51 
grants to individuals (high: $1 ,000; low: $250). 
Purpose and activities: Awards scholarships to 
graduates of Palo Alto, Gunn, Lowell and 
Roseville high schools for higher education at 
CA institutions. Grants to organizations for 
scientific research, religion, human services, 
education, and Masonic and Scottish Rite 
programs. 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); human 
services; youth, services; religion. 
Types of support: Scholarship funds; research/- 
scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to CA. 
Application information: Scholarship 
recommendations are made to the foundation 
by four participating high schools; contact 
school for application guidelines. 
Officers: Frank R. Hommowun, Pres. and Treas.; 
Priscilla Mathis, V.P. and Secy.; Andrew C. 
Stevens, V.P.; Rebecca Wright, V.P. 
EIN: 237355824 



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Edwin M. & Gertrude S. Eaton Foundation 

66ClearyCt.,Ste.910 

San Francisco, CA 94109-6503 

Established in 1979. 

Donor(s): Evelyn I Eaton, Mary Ellen Dougherty. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$114,601 (M); gifts received, $54,797; 

expenditures, $55,278; qualifying distributions, 

$55,278; giving activities include $51 ,987 for 

1 8 grants (high: $48,337; low: $1 00). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for a 

French social service organization; support also 

for Catholic organizations, including churches 

and missions. 

Fields of interest: Human services; Roman 

Catholic federated giving programs; Roman 

Catholic agencies & churches. 

International interests: France. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Francisco, CA, and France. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer and Trustees:* Evelyn T. Eaton,* Pres.; 

Mary Ellen Dougherty, Garth Sherman. 

EIN: 942674856 



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Charles C. & Sue K. Edwards Foundation 

9351 La Jolla Farms Rd. 
LaJolla,CA 92037 

Established in 1984 in CA. 

Donor(s): Charles C. Edwards, Sue K. Edwards. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$14,516 (M); gifts received, $120,000; 

expenditures, $108,745; qualifying distributions, 

$108,500; giving activities include $107,400 for 

55 grants (high: $30,000; low: $150). 



Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for the 

arts and museums; support also for health 

associations and social services. 

Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs; health associations; human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Diego and La Jolla, CA. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Charles C Edwards, 

M.D.,* Pres.; Sue K. Edwards,* Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 330071 699 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$35,000 to Emma Willard School, Troy, NY. 

$ 1 5,1 50 to Museum of Contemporary Art San 

Diego, La Jolla, CA. 

$15,000 to San Diego Hospice, San Diego, CA. 
$1 1,000 to Planned Parenthood of San Diego 

and Riverside Counties, San Diego, CA. 
$10,000 to Childrens Museum of San 

Diego/Museo de los Ninos, San Diego, CA. 
$7,000 to YMCA of San Diego County, San 

Diego, CA. 
$3,000 to Salvation Army of San Diego, San 

Diego, CA. 
$2,000 to Deafness Research Foundation, NYC, 

NY. 

$1,500 to Mamas Kitchen, San Diego, CA. 
$1,500 to San Diego Youth and Community 

Services, San Diego, CA. 



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James Emmi and Velma W. Emmi 
Foundation 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1991 in CA. 

Donor(s): James Emmi, Velma W. Emmi. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$192,437 (M); gifts received, $83,832; 

expenditures, $98,741 ; qualifying distributions, 

$96,71 8; giving activities include $95,000 for 5 

grants (high: $25,000; low: $5,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

performing arts, and for higher education with 

emphasis on technological institutes. 

Fields of interest: Music; higher education; 

education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Irvine, CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 3361 10790 



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The Endurance Fund & 

P.O. Box 440 
Woodacre,CA 94973 
Contact: Robert G. Schiro, Tr. 

Established in 1993 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,306,514 (M); expenditures, $57,176; 
qualifying distributions, $1 9,643; giving 



activities include $19,150 for 31 grants (high: 

$5,000; low: $50). 

Purpose and activities: 'There are no 

restrictions or limitations on awards such as by 

geographical areas, charitable fields, kinds of 

institutions or other factors." 

Fields of interest: Elementary school/education; 

libraries/library science. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Purpose of the grant and 
verification of the tax-exempt status of 
donees 

Deadline: None 

Trustees: Dorene C. Schiro, Robert G. Schiro. 
EIN: 943 170349 



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Bob and Marie Evans Foundation 

c/o M. Wayne Davidson 
74-345 Quail Lakes Dr. 
Indian Wells, CA 92210 

Established in 1995 in CA. 

Donor(s): Robert G. Evans, Marie Evans. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr, ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1 14,048 (M); gifts received, $124,591 ; 

expenditures, $98,220; qualifying distributions, 

$84,083; giving activities include $73,750 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general). 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited on a national basis, with emphasis on 

Kansas City, MO. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Robert K. Reese,* Pres.; 

M. Wayne Davidson,* V.P.; Kennard W. 

Webster,* Treas.; Barton B. Evans, Reed B. Evans. 

EIN: 330638979 



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Exchange Bank Foundation i< 

c/o Exchange Bank 

P.O. Box 403 

Santa Rosa, CA 95402 (707)524-3020 

Contact: Sharon E. Stockham, V.P., Exchange 

Bank 

-ma//:Stockhams@exchangebank.com 

Established in 1979 in CA. 

Donor (s): Exchange Bank. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,777 (M); expenditures, $55,750; qualifying 

distributions, $55,750; giving activities include 

$55,750 for 19 grants (high: $5,000; low: 

$1,000). 

Fields of interest: Education; human services; 

children & youth, services; aging, centers & 

services. 

Types of support: Capital campaigns; 

building/renovation; equipment; land 

acquisition. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Sonoma County, 

CA. No grants for scholarships, seed money, or 

for program or operating expenses. 

Publications: 990-PF, application guidelines. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 



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Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: None 

Board meeting date(s): Varies 

Final notification: 90 to 1 20 days after receipt 
Officers and Directors:* Andrew J. Shepard,* 
Chair.; Charles R. Bartley, Sr.,* Vice-Chair.; 
Marlene S. Barney, Jean E. Destruel, Samuel L, 
Jones III, John E. McDonald, C. William 
Reinking, James M. Ryan, Robert C. Stone. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time professional; 1 
part-time support. 
EIN: 942576480 



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Isadora and Sunny Familian Family 
Foundation 

1 0380 Wilshire Blvd. 
Los Angeles, CA 90024 
Contact: Isadora Familian, Pres. 

Incorporated in 1947 in CA. 

Donor(s): The Familian family and others. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,841,142 (M); expenditures, $133,139; 

qualifying distributions, $60,141 ; giving 

activities include $54,789 for 29 grants (high: 

$14,350; low: $13). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; hospitals (general); human services; 

Jewish federated giving programs; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Isadore Familian, Pres.; Marvin 

Smalley, V.P.; Sondra Smalley, Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 956027950 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$14,350 to City of Hope, Los Angeles, CA. 

$13,850 to University of Judaism, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$5,940 to Adat Ari El Temple, North Hollywood, 

CA. 
$5,200 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 

$5,145 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,250 to Museum of Contemporary Art 

(MOCA), Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to K C E T Community Television of 

Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Phoenix House, Los Angeles, CA. 
$500 to Arthritis Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. 
$500 to Otis College of Art and Design, Los 

Angeles, CA. 



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Farmers Insurance Group Safety 
Foundation 

4680 Wilshire Blvd. 

Los Angeles, CA 90010-3863 

Contact; Angela L. Easton, Community Rels. Mgr. 

Established in 1950. 
Donor(s): Farmers Group, Inc. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 
$29,159 (M); gifts received, $63,655; 
expenditures, $76,277; qualifying distributions, 



$76,277; giving activities include $70,737 for 
15 grants (high: $30,000; low: $500). 
Fields of interest: Health care; safety, education. 
Limitations: Giving limited to areas of company 
operations in AZ, AR, CA, CO, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, 
Ml, MN, MO, MT, ND, NE, NM, NV, OH, OK, 
OR, SD, TN, TX, UT, WA, Wl, and WY. No 
support for religious or political groups or 
international programs. No grants to individuals, 
or for construction projects. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Proposal in letter form 

Deadline(s): None 

Officers: Jeffrey C. Beyer, Pres.; Leo E. Denlea, 
Jr., V.P.; L. Donald DeWolfe, V.P.; Martin D. 
Feinstein, V.P.; Diane S. Tasaka, V.P.; Maryanne 
Seltzer, Secy.; James K. Caudill, Treas. 
EIN: 95601 6633 



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Evelyn M. & Norman Feintech Family 
Foundations 

321 S.Beverly Dr., Ste.K 
Beverly H ills, CA 90212 

Established in 1990 in CA. 
Donor(s): Irving Feintech, Evelyn M. Feintech, 
Norman Feintech, Lynn Diane Feintech. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1 ,340,836 (M); gifts received, $378,000; 
expenditures, $170,247; qualifying distributions, 
$1 66,026; giving activities include $1 64,490 for 
20 grants (high: $50,650; low: $100). 
Fields of interest: Performing arts; higher 
education; health care; human services, special 
populations; Jewish agencies & temples. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
limited to CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers and Directors:* Evelyn M. Feintech,* 
Pres.; Irving Feintech, V.P.; Lynn Diane Feintech, 
V.P.; Vivian A. Feintech, V.P.; Norman Feintech,* 
Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 954268945 



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Irving Feintech Family Foundation 

321 S.Beverly Dr., Ste.K 
Beverly Hills, CA 90212 

Established in 1990 in CA. 
Donor(s): Irving Feintech. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$ 1 ,521 ,296 (M); gifts received, $1 99,687; 
expenditures, $1 1 5,806; qualifying distributions, 
$1 1 0,037; giving activities include $11 0,250 for 
24 grants (high: $20,000; low: $120). 
Fields of interest: Education; hospitals (general); 
AIDS; AIDS research; human services. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers and Director:* Irving Feintech,* Pres. 
and Treas.; Lisa A. Feintech, V.P.; Wendy 
Feintech, V.P.; Norman Feintech, Secy. 
EIN: 954268946 



Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$24,350 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 3 grants: $12,500 (For COACH 

program), $9,350, $2,500 (For Grand 

Sweepstakes program). 
$20,000 to Crossroads School for Arts and 

Sciences, Santa Monica, CA. 
$7,260 to Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS 

Foundation, Santa Monica, CA. 
$5,900 to Thalians, The, Los Angeles, CA. For 

general support. 
$5,000 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, 

Psychological Trauma Center, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$2,500 to Los Angeles Free Clinic, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$2,500 to Wolfgang Puck Charitable 

Foundation, West Hollywood, CA. For 

general support. 
$1 ,900 to Los Angeles Opera Theater, Los 

Angeles, CA. 



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Eris & Larry Field Family Foundation ft 

433 N. Camden Dr., Ste. 820 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210-4412 

Established in 1983 in CA. 

Donor(s): Lawrence N. Field, Eris Field. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$175,093 (M); gifts received, $200,000; 

expenditures, $142,227; qualifying distributions, 

$1 41 ,989; giving activities include $1 41 ,035 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Health care; human services; 

Jewish federated giving programs; Jewish 

agencies & temples; general charitable giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the Los Angeles, CA, area. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Eris Field, Lawrence N. Field. 

EIN: 953905829 



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The Irene C. Finkelstein Foundation 

623 N. Camden Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 

Established in 1984 in CA. 

Donor(s): Irene C. Finkelstein. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$1,631,294 (M); gifts received, $50,000; 

expenditures, $105,399; qualifying distributions, 

$98,863; giving activities include $100,000 for 

1 1 grants (high: $35,000; low: $1 ,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; theological 

school/education; human services; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Irene C. Finkelstein, C.E.O.; Leonard 

Unger,C.F.O. 

Director: Seymour Strauss. 

EIN: 953943474 



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First American Financial Foundation 

1 14 E. 5th St. 

Santa Ana, CA 92701 

Established in 1985 in CA. 

Donor(s): The First American Financial Corp. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 0/31/96): Assets, 

$489,21 8 (M); gifts received, $100,000; 

expenditures, $85,192; qualifying distributions, 

$85,000; giving activities include $85,000 for 3 

grants (high: $40,000; low: $15,000). 

Fields of interest: Museums; human services; 

community development, neighborhood 

development. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Donald P. Kennedy, Pres.; Parker S. 

Kennedy, V.P.; Thomas A. Klemens, Mgr. 

BIN: 3301 48572 



259 
Myrtle V. Fitschen Charitable Trust 

25VanNessAve.,Ste.200 
San Francisco, CA 94102 
Contact: Richard Livingston, Exec. Dir. 

Established about 1982 in CA. 

Donor(s): Myrtle V.Fitschen.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1 ,638,294 (M); expenditures, $1 19,687; 

qualifying distributions, $103,454; giving 

activities include $89,839 for 14 grants (high: 

$13,282; low: $1,000). 

Purpose and activities: Support for health and 

related services for elderly residents of San 

Francisco, including medical, dental, hospital, 

psychological, educational, and social 

assistance. 

Fields of interest: Food services; human 

services; family services; aging, centers & 

services. 

Limitations: Giving limited to San Francisco and 

San Francisco County, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Dead/me(sj:Sept.l 

Directors: Ray Del Portillo, Gay Kaplan, Nancy 
C. Lenvin, Linda Lucero, Sonia Melera, Sulu 
Palega, Michael Shaw, Delene Wolf. 
Trustee: Ricardo Hernandez. 
EIN: 946551 204 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$13,282 to Catholic Charities of San Francisco 

County, San Francisco, CA. Toward programs 

for elderly. 
$11 ,000 to San Francisco Food Bank, San 

Francisco, CA. For programs. 
$10,000 to Jewish Family and Childrens 

Services, San Francisco, CA. Toward 

programs for elderly. 
$9,500 to Bernal Heights Neighborhood Center, 

San Francisco, CA. Toward programs for 

elderly. 



$8,000 to North of Market Senior Services, San 

Francisco, CA. For programs. 
$5,500 to City College of San Francisco, San 

Francisco, CA. For programs. 
$5,000 to Salvation Army of San Francisco, San 

Francisco, CA. Toward programs for elderly. 
$4,300 to Goldman Institute on Aging, San 

Francisco, CA. For programs. 
$4,000 to Self Help for the Elderly, San 

Francisco, CA. For programs. 
$2,507 to Pacific Vision Foundation, San 

Francisco, CA. Toward programs for elderly. 



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Willis & Jane Fletcher Foundation 

P.O. Box 60220 

San Diego, CA 92166-8220 (619)523-6760 

Contact: Willis H.Fletcher, Pres. 

FAX: (61 9) 523-6765 

Established in 1969 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,617,612 (M); expenditures, $87,443; 
qualifying distributions, $71,307; giving 
activities include $69,996 for 55 grants (high: 
$10,000; low: $100). 

Purpose and activities: Support primarily for 
education and social services, including child 
welfare, youth agencies, and health services; 
some support also for cultural organizations, 
conservation, and community development. 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
education; natural resource conservation & 
protection; health care; human services; 
children & youth, services; community 
development. 

Types of support: Capital campaigns; 
building/renovation; equipment; endowment 
funds; seed money; matching funds. 
Limitations: Giving limited to San Diego 
County, CA. No grants for operating funds other 
than gifts to the United Way. 
Publications: Application guidelines. 
Application information: Application form 
required. 

Initial approach: Telephone, letter, or proposal 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: 1st of Mar., June, Sept., and Dec. 

Board meeting cfatefsj: July and Nov. 

Final notification: fan., Apr., July, and Oct. 
Officers and Directors:* Willis H. Fletcher,* 
Pres.; Jane C. Fletcher,* V.P. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 95262491 2 



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Mr. & Mrs. Charles N, Flint Scholarship 
Endowment Fund 

(Formerly The Ebell of Los Angeles/Charles N. 

Flint Scholarship Endowment Fund) 

743 S. Lucerne Blvd. 

Los Angeles, CA 90005-3707 (323)931-1277 

Contact; Gloria Carroll, Scholarship Chair. 

FAX: (323) 937-0272 

Established in 1927 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, ' 
$1 ,700,425 (M); expenditures, $77,213; 
qualifying distributions, $75,649; giving 
activities include $1 ,000 for 4 grants (high: 



$300; low: $200) and $73,600 for 38 grants to 
individuals (high: $3,000; low: $200). 
Purpose and activities: Scholarships awarded to 
eligible, unmarried, local area undergraduates 
who are enrolled in a Los Angeles County 
university or college and show financial need. 
Fields of interest: Higher education. 
Types of support: Scholarships-^o individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to residents of Los 
Angeles County, CA. 

Application information: Applications available 
from financial aid officer of student's university 
or college. Application form required. 

Dead//ne(s;:May1 

Officers and Directors:* Gloria Carroll,* 
Scholarship Chair.; Ivada Parker,* Advisor; and 4 
additional directors. 
EIN: 9561 00327 



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Robert F. Ford Charitable Foundation 

1420 Neptune Ave. 
Leucadia,CA 92024-1433 

Established in 1961 inCA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$1,352,737 (M); expenditures, $79,265; 

qualifying distributions, $76,654; giving 

activities include $70,000 for 38 grants (high: 

$8,431; low: $129). 

Fields of interest: Museums; education; animal 

welfare; children & youth, services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Freeman A. Ford, Pres.; Mary T. Ford, 

Treas. 

Director: Judith A. Newman. 

EIN: 95601 6768 



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The Foundation 

c/o Chapman Bird & Grey 

1990BundyDr.,Ste.200 

Los Angeles, CA 90025 

Contact; Jim McDuffie 

Application address: 482 Monmouth Rd v West 

Long Branch, NJ 07764 

Established in 1989 in NJ. 

Donor(s): Bruce Springsteen. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$79,179 (M); gifts received, $100,000; 

expenditures, $80,595; qualifying distributions, 

$65,650; giving activities include $65,650 for 8 

grants to individuals (high: $1 8,825; low: 

$1,900). 

Purpose and activities: Grants for home repairs 

for low-income homeowners in Monmouth 

County, NJ. 

Types of support: Building/renovation; grants to 

individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Monmouth 

County, NJ. 

Application information: Grants are limited to 

$10,000 per household. 

initial approach: Letter or interview 
Officers: Bruce Springsteen, Pres.; Jon Landau, 
V.P.; Nancy Chapman, Secy.; Bonnie Grey, Treas. 



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Number of staff: None. 

BIN: 222995739 



264 
Foundation for Brotherhood 

lOON.WigetLn. 
Walnut Creek, CA 94598 
Contact: Sam A. Marchese, Pres. 

Established around 1973. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,131,611 (M); expenditures, $155,295; 

qualifying distributions, $147,000; giving 

activities include $146,000 for 26 grants (high: 

$15,000; low: $3,000; average: 

$3,000-$1 5,000). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); health 

care; human services; youth, services; disabled, 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 



Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deacf/mefsJ:None 

Board meeting date(s): Nov. 
Officers: Sam A. Marchese, Pres. and Treas.; 
Jack Gee, Secy. 
BIN: 946067972 



265 
Werner and Phoebe Frank Family 

Foundation $ 
4363 Park Milano 
Calabasas,CA 91302-1658 

Established in 1996 in California. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,230,31 7; expenditures, $98,200; qualifying 

distributions, $50,524; giving activities include 

$51,830 for 47 grants (high: $10,000; low: $18). 

Fields of interest: Jewish agencies & temples; 

general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primariy in CA and NY. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Werner Frank, Pres.; Phoede Ann 

Frank, Secy.-Treas. 

Directors: Daniel Frank, Dorie J. Kremer, Judith 

Rothenberg. 

BIN: 954603385 



266 
Lawrence L. Frank Foundation 

c/o Lawrys Inc. 

234 E. Colorado Blvd., Ste. 500 
Pasadena, CA 91101-2206 
Contact: Richard N.Frank, Pres. 

Established in! 959 in CA. 
Donor(s): Richard N.Frank. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr, ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 
$38,828 (M); gifts received, $124,101; 
expenditures, $1 00,361 ; qualifying distributions, 
$1 00,060; giving activities include $100,060 for 
74 grants (high: $10,500; low: $50). 



Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

secondary school/education; higher education; 

health associations; human services; federated 

giving programs; Jewish federated giving 

programs. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles and 

Pasadena, CA. No grants to individuals; or for 

scholarships, fellowships, or prizes; no loans. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Officers and Directors:* Richard N. Frank,* 

Pres.; Richard R. Frank,* V.P.; George M. Horn,* 

V.P.; Lorraine F. Petitfils,* V.P.; Arthur Wynne,* 

V.P.; Gayle Chick, Secy.; Anna Martorelli,* Treas. 

BIN: 956034851 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$21 ,300 to United Way, Inc., Los Angeles, CA. 

$16,150 to California Polytechnic State 

University, School of Hotel and Management, 

Pomona, CA. 

$1 6,000 to Polytechnic School, Pasadena, CA. 
$1 2,000 to Pomona College, Claremont, CA. 

For alumni fund. 
$9,000 to junior Achievement of Southern 

California, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Arizona State University, College of 

Architecture and Environmental Design, 

Tempe, AZ. 
$4,000 to Crippled Childrens Society of Los 

Angeles County, Los Angeles, CA. 
$4,000 to United Way/Crusade of Mercy, 

Chicago, IL. 

$2,000 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to United Way of Orange County, Irvine, 

CA. 



267 
The Frankel Foundation & 

c/o Raymond Frankel 

1115MoragaDr. 

Los Angeles, CA 90049 

Established in 1988 in NY; funded in 1989. 

Donor(s): Raymond Frankel. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 05/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,842,1 1 7 (M); gifts received, $872,664; 

expenditures, $47,319; qualifying distributions, 

$46,795; giving activities include $46,795 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; libraries 

(academic/research); human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Director: Raymond Frankel. 

BIN: 1331 87074 



268 
The Ben Franklin Family Foundation 

1 875 Century Park E., Ste. 1840 
Los Angeles, CA 90067-2597 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Donor(s): Benjamin Franklin. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$237,344 (M); gifts received, $200,000; 

expenditures, $103,866; qualifying distributions, 



$103,700; giving activities include $103,555 for 

30 grants (high: $65,945; low: $10). 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

health associations; human services; Jewish 

federated giving programs; Jewish agencies & 

temples. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

capital campaigns; emergency funds; research. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Benjamin Franklin, Pres.; Melba R. 

Franklin, Secy.; Howard Franklin, C.F.O. 

BIN: 9541 10072 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$65,945 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, 

CA. For general operating support. 
$28,825 to Stephen S. Wise Temple, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general operating support. 
$2,400 to Israel Cancer Research Fund, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general operating support. 
$1,000 to Reiss-Davis Child Study Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general operating support. 
$550 to City of Hope, Los Angeles, CA. For 

general operating support. 
$550 to Claremont McKenna College, 

Claremont, CA. For general operating support. 
$200 to America-Israel Cultural Foundation, 

NYC, NY. For general operating support. 
$200 to Los Angeles Mission, Los Angeles, CA. 

For general operating support. 
$125 to Jewish Big Brothers Association of Los 

Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. For general 

operating support. 
$100 to Angel Harvest, Los Angeles, CA. For 

general operating support. 



269 

The Don and Lorraine Freeberg 
Foundation 

801 N. Brand Blvd., No. 1010 
Glendale,CA 91203 (818)247-3681 
Contact: Don Freeberg, C.E.O. 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Donald A. Freeberg, Lorraine 

Freeberg. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$212,432 (M); expenditures, $62,909; 

qualifying distributions, $58,500; giving 

activities include $58,500 for 7 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; 

zoos/zoological societies; legal services; 

YM/YWCAs&YM/YWHAs. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deacf/mefsj: None 

Officers: Donald A. Freeberg, C.E.O.; Shirley 
Hough, Secy.; Daniel Freeberg, C.F.O.;Jean 
Hong,Mgr. 
BIN: 95430781 7 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$25,000 to Claremont McKenna College, Bauer 

Center, Claremont, CA. For scholarships. 



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$15,00010 Pacific Legal Foundation, 

Sacramento, CA. 
$1 5,000 to YMCA of Metropolitan Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to Boy Scouts of America, Desert Pacific 

Council, San Diego, CA. 
$1,000 to Loyola Marymount University, Los 

Angeles, CA. 

$1,000 to Sigma Chi Foundation, Evanston, IL. 
$500 to Los Adobes de Los Rancher. 



270 
Friedberger Educational Fund 

c/o Bank of Stockton 
P.O. Box 11 10 
Stockton, CA 95201 

Established around 1964 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1,364,447 (M); expenditures, $54,739; 
qualifying distributions, $61 ,693; giving 
activities include $37,507 for 36 grants to 
individuals (high: $1,667; low: $650). 
Purpose and activities: Awards scholarships 
only to residents of San Joaquin County, CA, 
who graduate from preparatory schools and 
attend colleges and universities within CA. 
Funds limited for higher education only, with 
payments made directly to the school over a 
four-year period. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
limited to residents of San Joaquin County, CA. 
Application information: Each public and 
private high school may nominate 2 applicants; 
students should notify guidance counselor if 
interested in applying. Recipients are selected 
by an independent committee. 
Trustee: Bank of Stockton. 
BIN: 946081 078 



271 
The Charlotte Friedman Foundation 

c/o Tyre, Kamins, Katz & Granof 
1840 Century Park E., 8th Fl. 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 
Contact; Ernest J. Friedman, Pres. 
Application address: 1800 E. Washington Blvd., 
Los Angeles, CA 90021 ; Tel.: (213) 749-21 1 1 

Established about 1958. 

Donor(s): Ernest J. Friedman, Milton S. Tyre. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$347,005 (M); gifts received, $30,900; 

expenditures, $85,999; qualifying distributions, 

$85,984; giving activities include $81 ,861 for 

1 1 grants (high: $39,375; low: $36). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; eye 

research; Jewish federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deacf//ne(sj:None 

Officers: Ernest J. Friedman, Pres. and Treas.; 
Milton S. Tyre, V.P. and Secy. 
EIN: 956050356 



272 
Soloman and Libe Friedman Foundation & 

11183rdSt.,Ste.603 

Santa Monica, CA 90403 (213)628-2341 

Contact Sanfoid Bothman, C.F.O. 

Established in 1996. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,363,415 (M); expenditures, $71,655; 

qualifying distributions, $70,000; giving 

activities include $70,000 for 1 6 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Eye disease; ear & throat 



Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead//ne(sj:None 

Officers: Ephraim Friedman, Pres.; Beatrice 
Kopp, Secy.; Sanford Bothman, C.F.O. 
EIN: 954532866 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$10,000 to Ahavath Beth Israel. 
$10,000 to Trust for Public Land. 
$7,500 to Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, 

Boston, MA. 

$5,000 to Leo Breck Temple, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$4,000 to Oakwood School, North Hollywood, 

CA. 

$3,000 to Elul, Jerusalem, Israel. 
$2,000 to Concern Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

CA. 
$2,000 to Liberty Hill Foundation, Santa 

Monica, CA. 
$2,000 to Organization for the Needs of the 

Elderly, Van Nuys,CA. 



273 
The Furthur Foundation & 

P.O. Box 1688 

Glen Ellen, CA 95442 

Confarf: Barbara Whitestone, Treas. 

Established in 1988 in CA. 
Donor(s): Robert H. Weir. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 01/31/97): Assets, 
$723,822 (M); gifts received, $860; 
expenditures, $70,325; qualifying distributions, 
$69,698; giving activities include $58,500 for 
15 grants (average: $1,000-$5,000). 
Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 
education; education; natural resource 
conservation & protection; environment; 
homeless, human services; aging; women; 
economically disadvantaged; homeless. 
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No 
grants to individuals. 

Publications: Grants list, informational brochure 
(including application guidelines), program 
policy statement, application guidelines. 
Application information: Applications only 
accepted between Nov. 1 and Dec. 31 . 
Application form required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal:] 

Deadline: Dec. 31 

Board meeting date(s): Spring 



Officers and Directors:* Robert H. Weir, Pres.; 

Barbara Whitestone,* Treas. and Exec. Dir.; 

Andre Carothers, Secy.; Ram Dass, Carolyn 

Garcia. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 6801 7771 5 



274 
Gabrieli Family Foundation 

c/oBlockhus&Assocs. 

1 1stSt,Ste.11 

Los Altos, CA 94022-2706 

Established in 1991 in CA. 

Donor(s): Christopher F.O. Gabrieli, Hilary B. 

Gabrieli. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$1 ,002,158 (M); gifts received, $36,067; 

expenditures, $36,778; qualifying distributions, 

$34,085; giving activities include $34,085 for 

21 grants (high: $15,535; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; human services. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in MA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Christopher F.O. 

Gabrieli,* Pres.; John W. Buoymaster, 

Secy .-Treas.; Elemer R. Gabrieli, John D.E. 

Gabrieli, Lila Gabrieli. 

EIN: 770309791 



275 
Josephine T. Gang Charitable Trust 

1 32 S. Rodeo Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90212 

Established around 1972. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,538,789 (M); expenditures, $30,227; 

qualifying distributions, $23,600; giving 

activities include $23,600 for 19 grants (high: 

$6,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 

services; children & youth, services. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Hermione K. Brown, Norman R. Tyre. 

EIN: 2371 53065 



276 
The Irwin E. & Kathleen A. Garfield 

Foundation i? 
1 448 15th St., Ste. 100 
Santa Monica, CA 90404 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Irwin E. Garfield, Kathleen A. Garfield. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/96): Assets, 

$87,1 1 7 (M); expenditures, $1 03,460; qualifying 



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distributions, $77,771 ; giving activities include 

$78,1 70 for grants (high: $61, 000). 

Fields of interest: Health associations; human 

services; children & youth, services; foundations 

(private grantmaking). 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the metropolitan Los Angeles, CA, 

area. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Irwin E. Garfield,* 

Pres.; Kathleen A. Garfield,* Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 954255035 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$61 ,000 to Queens Row, Los Angeles, CA. 

$5,750 to Otis College of Art and Design, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$2,500 to Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to Family Assistance Program of 

Hollywood, Hollywood, CA. 
$750 to Venice Family Clinic, Venice, CA. 
$350 to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$250 to Los Angeles Youth Programs, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$240toChildreach. 
$200 to Meals on Wheels of Los Angeles, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$100 to Project Angel Food, Los Angeles, CA. 



277 

Genentech Foundation for Biomedical 
Sciences it 

(Formerly Genentech Research Foundation) 

460 Point San Bruno Blvd. 

South San Francisco, CA 94080-4990 

(650) 225-3202 

Contact: Marty Click, Secy, and C.F.O. 

URL: http://www.gene.com/Company/ 

Responsibility/#foundations 

Established in 1985 in CA. 
Donor(s): Genentech, Inc. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 
$999,464 (M); gifts received, $1 79,832; 
expenditures, $60,1 81 ; qualifying distributions, 
$60,000; giving activities include $60,000 for 2 
grants (high: $40,000; low: $20,000; average: 
$4,000-$75,000). 

Purpose and activities: Support for education 
and research in the biomedical sciences, 
including programs fostering the participation of 
underrepresented minorities and 
underprivileged groups. Eligible institutions 
include primary schools, junior high and high 
schools, school districts, colleges and 
universities, and research organizations. 
Fields of interest: Medical school/education; 
biomedicine; medical research; biological 
sciences. 

Types of support: Equipment; fellowships; 
scholarship funds; research. 
Limitations: Giving limited to northern CA. No 
support for private foundations. No grants to 
individuals. 

Publications: Program policy statement, 
application guidelines. 
Application information: Application form 
required. 
Initial approach: Proposal 



Copies of proposal: 1 

Dead//ne(sJ:Mar.15 

Board meeting date(s): May 

Final notification: After board meeting 
Officers and Directors:* Herbert W. Boyer, 
Ph.D.,* Pres.; Marty Click,* Secy, and C.F.O.; 
Bruce Alberts, Ph.D, Goery Delacote, Ph.D., 
Edward Harris, M.D., Lloyd Smith, M.D., Robert 
A. Swanson. 
EIN: 94308301 8 



278 
The Gere Foundation 

9696 Culver Blvd., No. 203 
Culver City, CA 90232 

Established in 1991 in CA. 

Donor(s): Richard Gere, The Conde Nast 

Publications, Inc., Warner Brothers, Visages RPS, 

Inc. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,608,505 (M); gifts received, $226,296; 

expenditures, $194,899; qualifying distributions, 

$194,899; giving activities include $194,775 for 

28 grants (high: $83,21 5; low: $100). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

Tibetan culture; support also for hunger relief 

and the performing arts. 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; food services. 

International interests: Asia. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in New York, NY, and CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Richard Gere, Pres.; Jonathan Kaufelt, 

Secy.; Edgar F. Gross, Treas. 

EIN: 954305828 



279 
Obren B. & Marilyn M. Gerich Foundation 

6874N.WillardAve. 
San Gabriel, CA 91775 
Contact: Obren B. Gerich, Pres. 

Established in 1981 inCA. 

Donor(s): Obren B. Gerich, Marilyn M. Gerich. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,341,835 (M); gifts received, $2,300; 

expenditures, $1 69,1 80; qualifying distributions, 

$150,574; giving activities include $150,574 for 

48 grants (high: $81,597; low: $100; average: 

$250-$2,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to 

orthodox religious organizations. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 

services; youth, services; religious federated 

giving programs; Christian agencies & churches. 

Types of support: Annual campaigns; capital 

campaigns; building/renovation. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Board meeting datefsj: 1 st quarter 
Officers and Directors:* Obren B. Gerich,* 
Pres.; Julie Brankovic,* V.P.; Carrie Bullard,* V.P.; 
Marilyn M. Gerich,* Secy.; Alex Brankovic, 
Brian Bullard, Peggy A. McShane. 
Number of staff: None. 



EIN: 953686022 



280 
Gershman Family Foundation ft 

(Formerly Harold & Julia Gershman Family 

Foundation) 

c/o Gershman Properties 

P.O. Box 5333 

Beverly Hil Is, CA 90210 

Contact: Ronald A. Gershman, M.D., Tr. 

Established in 1973. 

Donor(s): Harold Gershman.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,481,250 (M); expenditures, $207,916; 

qualifying distributions, $207,91 6; giving 

activities include $1 65,619 for 61 grants (high: 

$40,000; low: $10). 

Fields of interest: Film/video; arts/cultural 

programs; human services. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; annual campaigns; capital 

campaigns; endowment funds; seed money. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the Los Angeles, CA, area. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Cynthia Gershman, Ronald Gershman. 

EIN: 237226596 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$40,000 to Chapman University, Orange, CA. 

$25,000 to Roar Foundation, Newport Beach, 

CA. 
$25,000 to Southern California Counseling 

Center, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 0,000 to People for the Ethical Treatment of 

Animals (PETA), DC. 
$6,000 to Saint Jude Childrens Research 

Hospital, Orange, CA. 
$5,875 to Thalians, The, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,500 to Jewish Family Services. 
$2,500 to SHARE, Beverly Hills, CA. 
$1,500 to Educational Resource and Service 

Center, Culver City, CA. 
$600 to Stop Cancer, Los Angeles, CA. 



281 
A. P. Giannini Foundation for Employees & 

c/o Bank of America, Trust Dept. 
P.O. Box 51 31 89 GMF 
Los Angeles, CA 90051 

Established in 1927 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,588,805 (M); gifts received, $468,024; 
expenditures, $141,819; qualifying distributions, 
$140,436; giving activities include $137,876 for 
84 grants to individuals (high: $1 5,000; low: 
$458). 

Purpose and activities: Awards limited to 
employees of Bank of America and their families. 
Types of support: Employee-related 
scholarships; grants to individuals. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. 
Application information: Scholarships limited to 
Bank of America employees and their families. 
Trustee: Bank of America. 
EIN: 946089550 



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282 

Clorinda Glannini Memorial Benefit 
Fund* 

c/o Bank of America 

50 California St., No. 2800 

San Francisco, CA 94111 (415)445-4276 

Contact: Edward Miller, V.P., Bank of America 

Established in 1942. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 
$1 ,897,664 (M); expenditures, $1 01,727; 
qualifying distributions, $91 ,577; giving 
activities include $88,694 for 80 grants to 
individuals (high: $2,773; low: $295). 
Purpose and activities: Awards grants to 
employees, dependents of employees, or 
retirees of Bank of America for relief of distress 
caused by illness, accident, disability, surgery, 
medical and nursing care, hospitalization, 
financial difficulties, loss of income or other 
emergencies. 

Fields of interest: Economically disadvantaged. 
Types of support: Emergency funds; grants to 
individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to CA residents who 
are employees, dependents of employees, or 
retirees of the Bank of America. 
Application information: Requests for fund ing 
from individuals other than Bank of America 
employees, dependents of employees, or 
retirees not considered. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 
Trustee: Bank of America. 
EIN: 94607351 3 



283 
Rowe and Gayle Giesen Trust 

c/o Robert H.Hull, Jr., CPA 
201S.LakeAve.,Ste.815 
Pasadena, CA 91101 

Established around 1973. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/96): Assets, 
$1,11 8,697 (M); gifts received, $600; 
expenditures, $59,350; qualifying distributions, 
$59,350; giving activities include $52,000 for 7 
grants (high: $30,000; low: $800). 
Officers and Trustees:* Curtis Giesen,* Chair.; 
Susan Coldwell, Pres.; Nancy Farrand, Secy.; 
Bob Hull, Treas.; Lawrence Giesen, Betty Ho, 
Lisa Krueger, Fred Schoellkopf. 
EIN: 956402393 



284 
The Richard Gilleland Foundation 

4994 Summit View Dr. 
Westlake Village, CA 91362 

Established in 1995 in TX. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$340,083 (M); gifts received, $374,659; 

expenditures, $51,1 56; qualifying distributions, 

$51 ,1 56; giving activities include $50,000 for 1 

grant. 

Fields of interest: Protestant agencies & 

churches; religion. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Madison, Wl. No 

grants to individuals. 



Officers: Richard Gilleland, Pres.; Carrie Jo 
Gilleland, V.P.; Don Fax, Secy. 
EIN: 77041 8822 



285 
Hattie Givens Testamentary Trust 

1 01 7 W. 18th St. 

Merced, CA 95340 (209)722-7429 

Contact: Trustees 

Established in 1976 in CA. 
Donor(s): Hattie Givens.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,938,567 (M); expenditures, $93,377; 
qualifying distributions, $70,104; giving 
activities include $70,104 for 36 grants (high: 
$10,000; low: $10). 

Purpose and activities: Support limited to 
Masonic charities; giving primarily for health 
care, including grants for medical assistance to 
individuals; support also for hospices, the 
handicapped, family services, secondary 
education, and other community organizations 
within Merced County, CA. 
Fields of interest: Museums; music; secondary 
school/education; libraries/library science; 
health care; health associations; family services; 
hospices; women, centers & services; disabled; 
women; economically disadvantaged. 
Types of support: Building/renovation; 
endowment funds; emergency funds; program 
development. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Merced County, 
CA. No grants for scholarships. 
Publications: Financial statement. 
Application information: Completion of 
application form required for individuals. 

Copies of proposal: 1 
Dead//nefe);None 
Board meeting date(s): Monthly 
Officers: William Stockard, Chair.; Harlan 
Hamlin, Vice-Chair.; Mike Nelson, Secy. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 946430302 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
repotted in 1997. 
$1 2,500 to Masonic Home Endowment, Union 

City, CA. 2 grants: $10,000 (For operating 

support), $2,500. 
$1 0,000 to Yosemite Lodge No. 99 Scholarship 

Fund, Merced, CA. For scholarships. 
$3,000 to California Masonic Foundation, San 

Francisco, CA. For operating support. 
$3,000 to Childhood Language Learning Center, 

Fresno, CA. 
$3,000 to Hospice of Merced and Mariposa, 

Merced, CA. For operating support. 
$2,500 to Castle Challenger Learning Center 

Foundation, Merced, CA. For operating 

support. 
$2,000 to Boys and Girls Clubs of America, 

Merced, CA. For programs. 
$ 1 ,000 to A Womans Place, Merced, CA. For 

operating support. 
$1 ,000 to Merced College Foundation, Merced, 

CA. For HOPE project. 



286 
James Gleason Foundation 

650 California St., Ste. 2200 

San Francisco, CA 94108 (415)421-6695 

Contact: CresseyH. Nakagawa, Pres. 

Established in 1978. 

Donor(s): Ruth M. Gleason, Walter M. Gleason. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$1,617,692 (M); expenditures, $10,343; 

qualifying distributions, $10,343; giving 

activities include $7,500 for 3 grants (high: 

$5,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Arts, multipurpose 

centers/programs; religion. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the San 

Francisco, CA, area. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: Oct. 

Officer: Cressey H. Nakagawa, Pres. and Treas. 
Director: Dianna Lee Wells. 
EIN: 942471 399 



287 
The Gleitsman Foundation * 

c/o Solomon, Ross, Grey & Co. 

16633 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 600 

Encino,CA 91436-1835 

Application address: P.O. Box 6888, Malibu, CA 

90264; Tel.: (81 8) 995-0090 

Established in 1989 in CA. 
Donor(s): Alan L. Gleitsman. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 
$101,978 (M); gifts received, $145,000; 
expenditures, $145,279; qualifying distributions, 
$144,393; giving activities include $4,000 for 1 
grant and $1 06,500 for 8 grants to individuals 
(high: $50,000; low: $1,000). 
Purpose and activities: Award given to 
citizen/activist that most exemplifies the 
qualities of "individual commitment and 
leadership (and) exceptional achievement of 
those who have initiated social change... whose 
energy and courage have inspired others to join 
them in confronting and challenging the 
inequities that face us in our daily life." 
Fields of interest: Civil rights. 
International interests: Argentina; Bangladesh. 
Types of support: Grants to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving on an international basis, 
with emphasis on Argentina and Bangladesh. 
Application information: Candidates must be 
nominated for award consideration. 
Self-nominations not accepted. Application form 
required. 

Deadline: \a.r\. 15 f Nov. 15 and Nov. 30 
Officers and Directors:* Alan L. Gleitsman,* 
Pres.; Cheri Rosche,* Secy.-Treas.; Dixon Q. 
Dern, Margery Tabankin. 
EIN: 954220291 



288 
The Godric Foundation 

625 Fair Oaks Ave., Ste. 360 
South Pasadena, CA 91030 (626)441-5188 
Confacf: Linda J. Blinkenberg, Secy. 
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Established in 1980. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$628,073 (M); expenditures, $1 00,772; 

qualifying distributions, $97,735; giving 

activities include $94,075 for 9 grants (high: 

$50,000; low: $175). 

Fields of interest: Environment. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Santa Barbara, 

CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Due to funding 

restrictions, foundation manager prefers to 

initiate grants. Application form not required. 

initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Officers and Directors:* Marcia W. Constance,* 
Pres.; Michael J. Casey,* V.P.; Linda J. 
Blinkenberg,* Secy.; Arlo G. Sorensen,* C.F.O.; 
Sharon W. Bradford, Brett E. Hodges, Brian M. 
Hodges. 

Number of staff: 3 shared staff. 
EIN: 953500486 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$51,175 to Las Positas Park Foundation, Santa 

Barbara, CA. 3 grants: $50,000 (For capital 

support), $1,000 (For park chairman's 

council), $175 (For luncheon). 
$25,000 to University of California, University 

of Santa Barbara Foundation, Santa Barbara, 

CA. 
$5,000 to Boys and Girls Clubs of Greater Santa 

Barbara County, United, Santa Barbara, CA. 

For capital campaign. 
$5,000 to Multiple Sclerosis Society, National, 

Santa Barbara, CA. For programs. 
$5,000 to Thomas Jefferson Memorial 

Foundation, Charlottesville, VA. For 

preservation and education programs. 
$2,000 to Santa Barbara Foundation, Santa 

Barbara, CA. Toward Partnership for 

Excellence Conference. 
$900 to Ganna Walska Lotusland Foundation, 

Santa Barbara, CA. 



289 
The Frank M.& Lee Goldberg 

Foundation i? 
7917lvanhoeAve.,Ste.200 
Lajolla,CA 92037-4588 

Established in 1981 inCA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,039,314 (M); gifts received, $1,076,496; 

expenditures, $63,147; qualifying distributions, 

$61 ,545; giving activities include $59,945 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Diego, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Frank M. Goldberg, Pres.; Lee 

Goldberg, Secy. 

Director: Edward Goldberg. 

EIN: 953678549 



290 

The Sam & Sooky Goldman Charitable 
Foundation, Inc. '>r 

81 7 N.Bedford Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 

Established in 1975. 

Donor(s): Sam Goldman, Sooky Goldman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$8,804 (M); gifts received, $29,250; 

expenditures, $54,622; qualifying distributions, 

$59,923; giving activities include $53,225 for 

119 grants (high: $10,000; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Museums (art); theater; Jewish 

federated giving programs; Jewish agencies & 

temples; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Southern CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 



Officers: Sam Goldman, Pres.; Sylvia Goldman, 
V.P.; David Goldman, Treas. 
EIN: 952991 966 



291 
Goldman Environmental Foundation it 

UombardSt.,Ste.303 
San Francisco, CA 94111 (415)788-9090 
Contact: Duane Silverstein, Exec. Dir. 
FAX: {41 5) 788-7890 

Established in 1989 in CA. 

Donor(s): Richard N. Goldman, Rhoda H. 

Goldman.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,1 99,025 (M); gifts received, $875; 

expenditures, $1 26,1 80; qualifying distributions, 

$1 1 0,685; giving activities include $75,000 for 

1 grant to an individual. 

Purpose and activities: Support for 

environmental conservation, including awarding 

one prize annually to an individual in each of 

the six inhabited continents in recognition of 

significant achievement in the field of 

environmental protection. 

Fields of interest: Environment. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

on an international basis. 

Publications: Newsletter, informational 

brochure, occasional report. 

Application information: Awards to individuals 

are by nomination by 18 nominating 

organizations and a network of 

environmentalists; unsolicited nominations are 

not considered. 

Officer and Directors:* Richard N. Goldman,* 

Pres.; Susan Gelman, Douglas E, Goldman, John 

D. Goldman. 

Number of staff: 2 full-time professional; 1 

full-time support. 

EIN: 943094857 



292 

Donald & Lisa Goodman Family 
Foundation t 

c/o James Durbin 
700 S. Flower St. 
Los Angeles, CA 90017-4101 

Established in 1977. 
Donor(s): Donald Goodman. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 
$536,887 (M); expenditures, $153,854; 
qualifying distributions, $153,854; giving 
activities include $1 51 ,500 for grants. 
Fields of interest: Media/communications; 
higher education; health associations; medical 
research; children & youth, services. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: Donald Goodman, Pres. and Secy.; 
Lisa Goodman, V.P. and C.F.O.; Donald 
Goodman, Secy. 
EIN: 95388371 8 



293 
The Ansley I. Graham Trust 

9060 Santa Monica Blvd., Ste. 104 
Los Angeles, CA 90069 

Established around 1995. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$914,905 (M); expenditures, $77,447; 

qualifying distributions, $73,948; giving 

activities include $62,500 for 5 grants (high: 

$35,000; low: $5,000). 

Fields of interest: Museums. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: M.A. Girbin. 

EIN: 956970468 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$52,500 to Museum of Contemporary Art San 
Diego, La Jolla, CA. 2 grants: $35,000 (For 
sculpture), $1 7,500 (Toward final payment 
for John McCracken's Blue Block artwork). 

$10,000 to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 
Los Angeles, CA. 2 grants: $5,000 (For 
Purism in Paris exhibition), $5,000 (For 
continuing support of endowment fund). 

$5,000 to University of Southern California, 
Fisher Gallery, Los Angeles, CA. For First 
Amendment/Blacklist project for Jenny 
Holzen sculpture. 



294 
Kelsey Crammer Charitable Foundation * 

15233 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 600 
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 

Established in 1995 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 0/31/96): Assets, 

$230,533 (M); gifts received, $300,000; 

expenditures, $74,067; qualifying distributions, 

$71,900; giving activities include $71,900 for 7 

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Fields of interest: Medical research; human 
services; community development; Roman 
Catholic agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Giving limited to CA. 
Officers: Kelsey Crammer,* Pres.; Donald J. 
Miod, C.F.O. 
EIN: 954557293 



295 
The Donald and Maureen Green 

Foundation * 
5235 Vista Grande Dr. 
Santa Rosa, CA 95403-1304 
Contact: Rebecca Green, C.F.O. 
Additional address: P.O. Box 471 702, San 
Francisco, CA 94147-1 702; Tel.: (415) 923-0277 

Established in 1997 in CA. 

Donor(s): Donald Green, Maureen Green. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,675,617 (M); gifts received, $1,257,813; 

expenditures, $19,1 96; qualifying distributions, 

$5,000; giving activities include $5,000 for 1 

grant. 

Fields of interest: General charitable giving. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Dead/me; None 

Officers: Donald Green, Pres.; Maureen Green, 
Secy.; Rebecca Green, C.F.O. 
Directors: Victoria Green-Comfort, David 
Green, Duncan Green. 
EIN: 91 181 1432 



296 
Lenore S. & Bernard A. Greenberg Fund & 

c/o Weiss, Block, Karp & Caskey 
500 S.Sepulveda Blvd., Ste. 600 
Los Angeles, CA 90025 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Bernard A. Greenberg, Lenore S. 

Greenberg. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 

$1,881 (M); gifts received, $70,000; 

expenditures, $85,220; qualifying distributions, 

$85,200; giving activities include $85,200 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs; women, centers & services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA, and New York, 

NY. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Bernard A. Greenberg, Lenore S. 

Greenberg. 

EIN: 954300830 



297 
Greenwood Foundation 

1500 Park PI. 

San Marino, CA 91108 

Established in 1994, 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assels, 
$1,114,488 (M); expenditures, $43,541; 



qualifying distributions, $40,000; giving 

activities include $40,000 for 1 grant. 

Fields of interest: Education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Guilford C. Babcock, Gwendolyn G. 

Babcock. 

EIN: 956980924 



298 
The Grey Family Foundation 

c/o John R. Grey Jr. 
2Mt.TiburonRd. 
Tiburon,CA 94920 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1 ,31 7,097 (M); gifts received, $202,677; 

expenditures, $52,370; qualifying distributions, 

$48,236; giving activities include $48,236 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; medical 

research; religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: John R. Grey, Jr., C.E.O.; Carolyn K. 

Grey, Secy.; Richard S. Grey, C.F.O. 

EIN: 680323540 



299 
Francis D. & Irene D. Griffin Foundation 

c/o Allan Dunne 
1101 Charm Acre PI. 
Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 

Established in 1954 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$1 ,297,920 (M); expenditures, $1 05,314; 

qualifying distributions, $78,568; giving 

activities include $70,833 for 39 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $30). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; health care; 

human services; Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the Los Angeles, CA, area. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Trustees:* Allan Dunne,* V.P.; Lois 

Dunne,* Secy. 

EIN: 956093431 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$10,000 to University of Southern California, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$8,000 to Saint Annes Maternity Home, Los 

Angeles, CA. 

$6,000 to Goucher College, Baltimore, MD. 
$3,500 to Marycrest Manor, Culver City, CA. 
$3,000 to Skid Row Charity Fund, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$2,500 to Good Shepherd Shelter, Los Angeles, 

CA. 

$2,1 00 to Childrens Hospital. 
$2,000 to Monastery of the Angels, Los Angeles, 

CA. 



$2,000 to Wise Senior Services, Santa Monica, 

CA. 
$1,500 to Roar Foundation, Newport Beach, CA. 



300 
George Grotefend Scholarship Fund 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Tax Opers., MAC 

0103-179 

525 Market St., 17th Fl., P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Scholarship application address: Scholarship 

Board, 1644 Magnolia Ave., Redding, CA 96001 

Established in 1974 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 

$1,167,317 (M); expenditures, $92,232; 

qualifying distributions, $69,400; giving 

activities include $69,400 for 295 grants to 

individuals (high: $400; low: $75). 

Purpose and activities: Scholarship grants for 

residents of Shasta County, CA. 

Types of support: Scholarships-to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Shasta County, CA. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Deacf//nefsj;May1 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 946069688 



301 

Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral 
Research 

158 Goya Rd. 

Portola Valley, CA 94025 (650)854-1191 

Contact; Margaret Gruter, Pres. 

Established in 1984. Classified as a private 

operating foundation in 1985. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,370,239 (M); gifts received, $312,202; 

expenditures, $378,802; qualifying distributions, 

$31 8,838; giving activities include $1 95,072 for 

4 foundation-administered programs. 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

research which focuses on the "interaction of 

biology and law." 

Types of support: Research; scholarships to 

individuals. 

Application information: No grants paid in 

fiscal year 1997. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deacf//nef5J:None 

Officers: Margaret Gruter, Pres. and C.F.O.; 
Michael McGuire, V.P.; Helmut Poppa, V.P. 
EIN: 942937951 



302 
H&J Foundation 

14021 AmargosaRd. 
Victorville,CA 92392 

Established in 1991 inCA. 

Donor(s): Herb Stein,* Justine Stein. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$20,985 (M); gifts received, $124,000; 

expenditures, $109,642; qualifying distributions, 



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$109,642; giving activities include $109,125 for 

48 grants (high: $25,000; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Human services; Jewish 

federated giving programs; Jewish agencies & 

temples; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA, and New York, 

NY. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Justine Stein, Philip Stein. 

BIN: 3304681 60 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$30,000 to United Jewish Appeal. 2 grants: 

$20,000, $10,000. 
$25,000 to Bayit Lepletot-Girls Town Jerusalem, 

Brooklyn, NY. 
$5,000 to American Friends of the Tel Aviv 

University, NYC, NY. 

$5,000 to Chabad of California, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to City of Hope. 
$5,000 to Ronald McDonald House. 
$5,000 to Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel. 
$2,000 to Aish HaTorah. 2 grants: $1 ,000 each. 



303 

Charles S. & Carmen De Mora Hale 
Foundation 

1585 Knollwood Terr. 

Pasadena, CA 91103 

Contact: Martin Hale, Secy.-Treas. 

Additional address: 75 State St., No. 2420, 

Boston, MA 021 09 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1 ,795,000 (M); expenditures, $1 25,491 ; 

qualifying distributions, $123,000; giving 

activities include $1 23,000 for grants. 

Fields of interest: General charitable giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

endowment funds; program development. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Pasadena, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Carmen De Mora 

Hale,* Pres.; Charles M. Hale,* V.P.; Martin M. 

Hale,* Secy.-Treas. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 954480051 



304 

The Louis M. and Birdie Halper 
Foundation 

P.O. Box 16724 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 
Contact: James R. Halper, C.E.O. 

Incorporated in 1952 in CA. 

Donor(s): Louis M. Halper,* Birdie Halper.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1 ,606,637 (M); expenditures, $246,427; 

qualifying distributions, $204,937; giving 

activities include $195,496 for 45 grants (high: 

$60,000; low: $15). 



Fields of interest: Higher education; medical 

school/education; human services; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: James Robbin Halper, Pres. and 

C.E.O.;Jan Halper, V.P.; Bernard Silbert, Secy.; 

Brian E. Lewis, C.F.O. 

EIN: 9560291 98 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$60,000 to One Voice, Los Angeles, CA. For 

programs. 
$27,000 to Palm Springs Charities Foundation, 

Palm Springs, CA. For programs. 
$1 7,500 to Mammoth Lakes Foundation, 

Mammoth Lakes, CA. For programs. 
$1 1 ,770 to Phillips Graduate Institute, Encino, 

CA. For scholarships. 
$1 0,000 to City of Hope, Los Angeles, CA. For 

research. 
$10,000 to College of the Desert, Palm Desert, 

CA. For scholarships. 
$1 0,000 to Sickle Cell Disease Research 

Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. For research. 
$8,000 to Bnai Brith Hillel Foundation, Los 

Angeles, CA. For scholarships. 
$5,000 to American Foundation for the 

Performing Arts, Los Angeles, CA. For 

programs. 
$5,000 to Habitat for Humanity, Los Angeles, 

CA. For programs. 



305 
Jam Handy Character Building Foundation 

c/o McQuaid, McCormick & Van Zandt, LLP 

221 Main St., 1 6th Fl. 

San Francisco, CA 94105 

Contact; Theodore A. Kolb, Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Donor(s): Jameson Handy.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,385,287 (M); expenditures, $81 ,675; 

qualifying distributions, $66,885; giving 

activities include $65,000 for 10 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 

services; youth, services; Christian agencies & 

churches. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: 

/n/f/a/ approach: Letter 

Deadlines): None 

Officers: Clayton R. Jackson, Pres.; Barclay 
Tullis, V.P.; Theodore A. Kolb, Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 9461 08902 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$20,000 to Principia College, Elsah, IL. For 

general support. 
$10,000 to First Church of Christ Scientist. For 

general support. 
$10,000 to San Francisco Symphony, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support of 

Children's Concerts program. 
$5,000 to Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco, 

San Francisco, CA. For general support. 



$5,000 to Ebisoa Scholarship Fund, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Merola Opera Program, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$3,500 to Down Syndrome League, San Ramon, 

CA. For general support. 
$3,500 to Saint Vincents School for Boys, San 

Rafael, CA. For general support. 
$2,000 to Court Appointed Special Advocates 

(CASA), San Rafael, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,000 to Hearing Society for the Bay Area, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 



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Jamison Handy Charitable Trust % 

c/o Union Bank of California, N.A. 

400CaliforniaSt 

San Francisco, CA 94104 

Established in 1983. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 0/31/97): Assets, 

$1,238,672 (M); expenditures, $64,285; 

qualifying distributions, $47,295; giving 

activities include $40,402 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; Christian 

agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA, NY, and MO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Union Bank of California, N.A. 

EIN: 946569368 



307 
Marian & Pinkus Happ Fund 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Trust Tax Dept., 

MAC 01 03-1 79 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1981 inCA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1,848,757 (M); expenditures, $132,294; 

qualifying distributions, $1 1 1,475; giving 

activities include $105,000 for 8 grants (high: 

$30,000; low: $5,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 

(general); health care; human services; Jewish 

federated giving programs; Christian agencies & 

churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 956025857 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$30,000 to Jewish Big Brothers Association of 

Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 
$ 15,000 to Ramona Convent Secondary School, 

Alhambra, CA. 

$15,000 to Villa Esperanza, Pasadena, CA. 
$10,000 to Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$10,000 to David and Margaret Home, La 

Verne, CA. 
$ 1 0,000 to Our Lady of the Angels Academy, 

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$1 0,000 to Tierra del Sol Center for the 
Handicapped Foundation, Sunland, CA. 

$5,000 to Padre Pio Academy, Garden Grove, 
CA. 



308 
Harris Family Foundation 

c/o Massie 

2901 Ocean Park Blvd., Ste. 201 

Santa Monica, CA 90405 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Donor(s): Bernard P. Harris, Sail! Silverman 

Harris. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/96): Assets, 

$439,400 (M); gifts received, $96,206; 

expenditures, $139,339; qualifying distributions, 

$1 04,31 9; giving activities include $1 04,543 for 

60 grants (high: $32,400; low: $10). 

Fields of interest: Museums; health care; 

recreation; human services; Jewish agencies & 

temples; Jewish federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Bernard P. Harris, Pres.; Salli Silverman 

Harris, Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 95451 7875 



309 

The Michael Alexander Harrison and 
Susan Graham Harrison Foundation ft 

590 Euclid 
Berkeley, CA 94708 

Established in 1995 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$562,881 (M); expenditures, $65,702; 

qualifying distributions, $49,350; giving 

activities include $53,500 for 9 grants (high: 

$31 ,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Opera; scholarships/financial 

aid. 

limitations: Applications not accepted. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Michael A, Harrison,* 

Pres.; Susan G. Harrison,* Secy. 

EIN: 94321 5847 



310 

The James and Charlene Harvey 
Foundation & 

600 Montgomery St., 24th Fl. 
San Francisco, CA 94111 
Contecf: Charlene Harvey, Pres. 
Application address: 1 020 Vallejo St., San 
Francisco, CA 941 33 

Established in 1992 in CA. 

Donor(s): James R. Harvey,* Charlene C. Harvey. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$493,700 (M); gifts received, $20; expenditures, 

$104,040; qualifying distributions, $95,000; 

giving activities include $95,000 for 29 grants 

(high: $25,000; low: $100). 



Fields of interest: Natural resource conservation 

& protection. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in northern CA. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deaoy/nefsj.-None 

Officers and Directors:* Charlene C. Harvey,* 
Pres.; Robert L. Bean,* 1st V.P. and CF.O; 
Sterling L. Ross, Jr., 2nd V.P.; Kjersten Harvey 
Darling,* Secy. 
EIN: 943 158806 



311 
The Hattori Foundation & 

633 W. Fifth St., Ste. 21 00 
Los Angeles, CA 90071 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Donor(s):Takako Hattori, Satoko Hattori. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,078,876 (M); expenditures, $50,310; 

qualifying distributions, $33,631 ; giving 

activities include $23,050 for 5 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Museums (art); theological 

school/education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

on an international basis. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Takako Hattori, Pres.; Satoko Hattori, 

V.P.; Francis W. Costello, Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 954575007 



312 
Fred Hayman Family Foundation 

1 90 N. Canon Dr., Ste. 400 

Beverly Hills, CA 90210-5327 (310)288-5107 

Contact: Marva Thomas, Mgr. 

Established in 1985 in CA. 

Donor(s): Fred J. Hayman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$ 1 ,441 ,941 (M); expenditures, $207,83 1 ; 

qualifying distributions, $1 93,398; giving 

activities include $1 90,1 75 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; higher 

education; health care; health associations; 

AIDS; AIDS research. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Director:* Fred J. Hayman,* Chair. 

and Pres.; Robert Hayman, V.P,; Leo Ziffren, V.P.; 

Irene Fuhrman, Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 95399681 7 



313 
Hayman Foundation >r 

370 Lang Rd., Ste. 200 
Burlingame, CA 94010 



Established in 1966. 

Donor(s): Alvin Hayman, jr., Irene Hayman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$640,348 (M); expenditures, $56,991 ; 

qualifying distributions, $54,570; giving 

activities include $53,700 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; animal 

welfare; medical research; human services; 

international relief; Jewish federated giving 

programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Alvin Hayman, Jr.,* 

Pres.; Irene Hayman,* V.P.; Jon A. Hayman,* 

Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 9461 23272 



314 
Heaithtrac Foundation 

135 Farm Rd. 

Woodside,CA 94062 (650)324-1749 

Contact: Sarah Fries, Pres. 

FAX: (650) 324-9568 

Established in 1991 inCA. 
Donor(s): James F. Fries, Sarah T. Fries, Charles 
Parcel I, and a small number of additional 
individuals and corporations. 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1,455,306 (M); gifts received, $255,000; 
expenditures, $54,508; qualifying distributions, 
$36,300; giving activities include $1,000 for 1 
grant and $31,000 for 7 grants to individuals 
(high: $25,000; low: $1,000). 
Purpose and activities: Prizes awarded based on 
contributions made to improving American 
health over the past decade: the Heaithtrac 
Prize is awarded to the individual who has done 
the most to improve the health of Americans; 
and the Health Education Award is made to the 
individual who has made the largest 
contribution through health education in 
research, program development, or program 
delivery. 

Fields of interest: Health care. 
Limitations: Giving on a national basis. 
Publications: Informational brochure (including 
application guidelines). 
Application information: Individuals must be 
nominated to be considered for prize or award. 
Foundation brochure outlining nomination 
procedures available on request. Direct 
applications from individuals not considered. 
Application form not required. 
Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: May 1 for receipt of nominations 
Board meeting datefs): 4th Saturday in June 
Final notification: 1 st Monday in July 
Officers and Directors:* James F. Fries, M.D.,* 
Chair.; Sarah Tilton Fries,* Pres.; Kenneth E. 
Fries,* Secy. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 9431 31 228 



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315 
Heart & Lung Surgery Foundation 

151 OS. Central Ave.,Ste. 530 

Glendale,CA 91204 

Contecf: Quentin R. Stiles, V.P. and Secy. 

Established in 1968. 

Donor(s): John N. Goodwin, Richard J. Hurvitz, 

Richard K. Hughes, George Lindesmith, Bert W. 

Meyer, Quentin R. Stiles, Bernard L. Tucker, 

Holmes Tuttle,*WinfieldJ. Wells. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$926,007 (M); gifts received, $110; 

expenditures, $69,393; qualifying distributions, 

$55,800; giving activities include $54,500 for 4 

grants (high: $30,000; low: $2,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to assist 

heart and lung surgery research and education. 

Fields of interest: Heart/circulatory disease; 

medical research; heart/circulatory research; 

lung research. 

Types of support: Research; grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach .-Letter 

Deacf///ie(sj:None 

Board meeting cfatefs); Dec. 
Officers and Trustees:* Charles C. Reed,* Chair.; 
Bert W. Meyer, Pres.; Quentin R. Stiles, V.P. and 
Secy.; Bernard L. Tucker, V.P. and Treas.; George 
Lindesmith, V.P.; Richard Call, M.D., Charles 
Doud, John Ferraro, John N. Goodwin, Richard 
K. Hughes, Richard j. Hurvitz, Thomas E. Larkin, 
Jr., Margaret Stevenson, Winfield J. Wells, Robert 
K.Wrede. 
E1N: 956220384 



316 
W.E.HelblingFund 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 (925)823-6118 

Application address: c/o Prudential Asset 

Management Co., P.O. Box 5340, Scranton, PA 

18505-5340; Tel.: (800) 435-2435 

Established in 1989 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,930,723 (M); gifts received, $100; 

expenditures, $59,101 ; qualifying distributions, 

$30,049; giving activities include $30,049 for 

1 4 grants to individuals (high: $6,769; low: 

$113). 

Purpose and activities: Provides financial 

assistance to retirees of Pacific Telesis Group or 

one of its affiliates. 

Fields of interest: Aging, centers & services; 

aging. 

Types of support: Grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter or telephone 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Chuck Maley, Pres.; J.K. Beck, Secy.; 
NABurkert, Treas. 
EIN: 943096823 



317 
Heller Charitable and Educational Fund 

P.O. Box 247 

Kentfield,CA 94914 

ConfacfrRuth B. Heller, Corresponding Secy. 

Established in 1951 in CA. 
Donor(s): Members of the Heller family. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1 ,801 ,791 (M); expenditures, $84,768; 
qualifying distributions, $79,221 ; giving 
activities include $80,000 for 12 grants (high: 
$10,000; low: $2,000). 
Purpose and activities: The fund seeks to: 1 ) 
promote prison reform, especially programs to 
develop alternatives to incarceration; 2) support 
programs for research, litigation, or other means 
of arresting despoliation of the natural 
environment and help preserve open space 
lands for agriculture, wilderness, and recreation 
through purchase and other means; and 3) 
support the acquisition of books, periodicals, 
and other educational materials for libraries. 
Fields of interest: Libraries (public); natural 
resource conservation & protection; 
environment; crime/law enforcement, reform. 
Types of support: General/operating support; 
land acquisition; program development; 
publication; research. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 
to individuals, or for capital projects; no loans. 
Publications: Application guidelines. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 
Initial approach: Proposal (no more than 3 

pages) 

Copies of proposal: 4 
Deafc(s):Jan. 1 
Board meeting date(s): Spring 
Final notification: 2nd quarter of year 
Officers and Trustees:* Rolf Lygren,* Pres.; Ruth 
Heller, V.P.; F. Jerome Tone IV,* Treas.; Anne H. 
Anderson, Janet Harckham, Olivia Mandell, 
Peter Mandell. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 946066671 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$1 5,000 to Trust for Public Land. For Los 
Angeles vacant lot playground conversion 
program. 

$1 0,000 to Center on juvenile and Criminal 
Justice, San Francisco, CA. For Justice Policy 
Institute start-up. 

$10,000 to Pacific Forest Trust, Boonville, CA. 
$1 0,000 to Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund, San 
Francisco, CA. For Bay-Delta Improvement 
project. 

$7,500 to Crossroads School for Arts and 
Sciences, Santa Monica, CA. For Holocaust 
library start-up. 
$7,500 to University of California, Santa Cruz, 

CA. For library Buy a Book campaign. 
$5,000 to Greenbelt Alliance, San Francisco, CA. 
$5,000 to San Francisco Public Library, Wallace 
Stegner Environmental Center, San Francisco, 
CA. 



318 
The Bud and Barbara Hellman Foundation 

1004 Summit Dr. 

Beverly Hills, CA 90210-2815 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,051,980 (M); expenditures, $94,470; 

qualifying distributions, $93,350; giving 

activities include $93,350 for 20 grants (high: 

$35,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Music; education; hospitals 

(general); human services; Jewish federated 

giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Bud Hellman, Pres.; Barbara Hellman, 

Secy. 

EIN: 95407931 3 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$35,000 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$29,000 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$1 ,500 to University of Judaism, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$1,200 to United States Holocaust Memorial 

Council, DC. 
$1,000 to Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith, 

Los Angeles, CA. 

$1,000 to Washington Institute, DC. 
$500 to American Cancer Society, Oakland, CA. 
$500 to American Heart Association, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$500 to L.A. Family Housing, North Hollywood, 

CA. 
$400 to Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. 



319 
The Bernice M. Hemphill Charitable 



2EmbarcaderoCtr.,Ste, 1800 

San Francisco, CA 94111-3993 

(415)288-9800 

Contact David W. Willett, Dir. 

Established in 1997 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/98): Assets, 
$1,980,660 (M); gifts received, $1 ,879,461 ; 
expenditures, $14,201; qualifying distributions, 
$3,208. 

Purpose and activities: A grant will be made 
only for the furthering of the life care of the 
needy aged in six counties in the San Francisco 
bay area. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the San Francisco 
Bay, CA, area. 

Application information: First year of operation, 
1997; no grants paid. 
Deadline(s): None 

Directors: Emiko Shinagawa, David E. Willett. 
EIN: 946708728 



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320 
Vera C. Hendry Foundation & 

235 Montgomery St., Ste. 728 
San Francisco, CA 94104 

Established in 1980. 

Donor(s): Else A. Dillon Charitable Trust. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,136,691 (M); expenditures, $66,203; 

qualifying distributions, $60,300; giving 

activities include $60,300 for 21 grants (high: 

$17,410; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Cancer; leukemia; medical 

research; Salvation Army. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Francisco, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Trustee:* George I. Hoffman,* 

Pres.; Sophie Hoffman, V.P.;Ted Hoffman, Treas. 

EIN: 942639031 



321 
General James K. Herbert Foundation * 

c/o Ryan, Christie, Quinn et al. 
575 E. Locust, No. 102 
Fresno, CA 93720 (559)438-8700 
Contact: }ames Herbert, Chair. 

Established in 1991 inCA. 

Donor(s): James Herbert, Carol Herbert, Sharon 

Herbert. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$631 ,331 (M); gifts received, $11 7,687; 

expenditures, $1 30,782; qualifying distributions, 

$1 1 6,225; giving activities include $1 07,803 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Education. 

Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deacf//nefs;:None 

Officers: James Herbert, Chair.; Carol Sellers, 
Pres.; Sharon Herbert, V.P.; Paul E. Quinn, Treas. 
EIN: 770293968 



322 

Harold Grant Hester & Patricia Marie 
Hester Charitable Foundation & 

8031PinotNoirCt. 
San Jose, CA 95135 

Established in 1997 in CA. 

Donor(s): Harold G. Hester, Patricia M. Hester. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,373,725 (M); gifts received, $1,234,023; 

expenditures, $44,918; qualifying distributions, 

$40,615; giving activities include $3,850 for 3 

grants (high: $1,285; low: $1,280) and $40,615 

for 3 foundation-administered programs. 

Fields of interest: College (community/junior); 

hospitals (general); Christian agencies & 

churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CA'. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 



Officer: Harold Grant Hester, Chair. 
Director: Patricia Marie Hester. 
EIN: 770457314 



323 
Hezlep Family Foundation 

1043 Oak Grove PI. 

San Marino, CA 91108-1037 

FAX: (626) 795-1 105 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Donor(s): Herbert Hezlep III. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,101,466 (M); gifts received, $34; 

expenditures, $860; qualifying distributions, 

$495; giving activities include $100 for 1 grant 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; youth development; Salvation Army. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

capital campaigns; building/renovation; seed 

money; matching funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in metropolitan 

Los Angeles, CA. No grants to individuals. 

Publications: 990-PF. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Copies of proposal: 3 

Deafe(s):Nov.30 

Board meeting date(s): None 
Officers: Nancy H. Belinsky, Pres.; Barbara L. 
Hezlep, V.P.; Douglas E. Hezlep, Secy.; Herbert 
Hezlep III, Treas. 
EIN: 95451 7514 



324 

Mary Sumerlin Hippen Educational 
Foundation i< 

c/o Union Bank of California, N.A. 

P.O. Box 639 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1968. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$782,698 (M); expenditures, $62,41 7; 

qualifying distributions, $55,579; giving 

activities include $53,982 for grants. 

Purpose and activities: Support to educational 

programs for School of Cytotechnology. 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general). 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Diego, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Union Bank of California, N.A. 

EIN: 956228286 



325 
John M. Holden Perpetual Trust & 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1996 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$995,660 (M); expenditures, $1 83,388; 



qualifying distributions, $1 65,1 66; giving 
activities include $161,184 for 1 grant. 
Fields of interest: Higher education; education. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in NC No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 946691 638 



326 

Hong-Yen and Lin-Ren Charitable 
Foundation 

c/o Chau Hsu, Brion Herbs Corp. 
9200 Jeronimo Rd. 
Irvine, CA 92718 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,135,614 (M); expenditures, $37,721; 

qualifying distributions, $37,021; giving 

activities include $33,950 for 1 7 grants (high: 

$23,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 

services; Protestant agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Director: Chau Hsu. 

EIN: 33041 9283 



327 
Ivy B. Horr Charitable Revocable Trust * 

c/o Shasta College 

P.O. Box 496006 

Redding, CA 96049-6006 (530)225-4711 

Contact: Dr. Margaret L. Dominici, V.R, College 

and Community Relations 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Ivy B. Horr. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,1 68,238 (M); expenditures, $80,000; 

qualifying distributions, $66,000. 

Purpose and activities: Educational loans to 

residents of Shasta, Tehama, Lassen, Modoc, 

Trinty, and Siskiyou counties, CA, pursuing 

studies in medicine. 

Types of support: Student loans to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to residents 

graduating from a high school in Shasta, 

Tehama, Lassen, Modoc, Trinity, or Siskiyou 

counties, CA, whose parents have resided there 

for at least four years. 

Application information: A selection committee 

meets in August to review applications and 

select recipients. No grants paid in 1997. 

Application form required. 

Deadline(s): Varies 

Board meeting date(s): 2nd Wed. of Dec. 
Officer and Trustees:* Douglas M. Treadway,* 
C.E.O.; Dr. Margaret L. Dominici, V.P.; Dr. Don 
Spellman, V.P.;Judi D. Beck, Harold J. Lucas, 
Thomas J. Ludden, Charles D. Miller, Marilyn J. 
Morris, Edward Petersen, D. Scott Thompson. 
EIN: 680068577 



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328 

James and Ada Norwich Family 
Foundation 

524 N. Rexford Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$1 ,373,448 (M); gifts received, $250,000; 

expenditures, $42,076; qualifying distributions, 

$40,364; giving activities include $40,364 for 

grants (high: $13,070). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

elementary/secondary education; higher 

education; Jewish federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: James Horwich, Pres.; Ada Horwich, 

Secy.-Treas. 

BN: 954074377 



329 
Hotchkis Foundation 

c/o Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher 
2029 Century Park E., Ste. 4000 
Los Angeles, CA 90067-3026 

Established in 1963 in CA. 

Donor(s): John F. Hotchkis. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 01/31/95): Assets, 

$1 ,095,403 (M); gifts received, $209,51 2; 

expenditures, $34,840; qualifying distributions, 

$32,027; giving activities include $30,000 for 

14 grants (high: $5,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Arts education; 

elementary/secondary education; natural 

resource conservation & protection; wildlife 

preservation & protection; children & youth, 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the Los Angeles, CA, area. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* John F. Hotchkis,* 

Pres.; Sarah M. Hotchkis,* V.P. and Secy.-Treas.; 

Carolyn R. Hotchkis,* V.P.; John F. Hotchkis, Jr.,* 

V.P.; Mark B. Hotchkis,* V.P. 

BN: 956058775 



330 

Mildred Hitchcock Huff Charitable 
Trust^ 

P.O. Box LAW 

Monterey, CA 93940 (831)649-1100 

Contact; George R. Walker, Tr. 

Established in 1984. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,399,882 (M); expenditures, $71,652; 

qualifying distributions, $57,170; giving 

activities include $49,500 for 26 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: History & archaeology; 

historic preservation/historical societies; early 

childhood education; higher education; law 



school/education; libraries/library science; 
education; animal welfare; legal services; youth, 
services; aging, centers & services; aging; 
general charitable giving. 
Types of support: Annual campaigns; capital 
campaigns; building/renovation; equipment. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Monterey 
Peninsula, CA, area. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead//ne(y:May15 
Trustee: George R. Walker. 
EIN: 77003 1703 



331 
The Hunter/Ward Foundation & 

c/o Kelson, Rood, Stoll & Winkler 
11 900 Olympic Blvd., Ste. 750 
Los Angeles, CA 90064 (310)207-2066 
Contact: B. Hunter, Pres. and Secy. 

Established in 1992 in CA. 

Donor(s): Blake C. Hunter. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,223,787 (M); gifts received, $50,000; 

expenditures, $65,721; qualifying distributions, 

$59,602; giving activities include $60,400 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Education; AIDS research. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deadlines): None 

Officers and Trustee:* Blake C. Hunter, Pres. 
and Secy.; Robert K. Ward, V.P. and Treas.; 
Margaret Cornet. 
EIN: 954399227 



332 
John Brockway Huntington Foundation & 

c/o Peter K. Maiser 

80 E. Sir Francis Drake Blvd., 4th Fl. 

Larkspur, CA 94939 

Established in 1997 in CA. 

Donor(s):john B. Huntington Charitable Trust. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$602,520 (M); gifts received, $663,657; 

expenditures, $71,304; qualifying distributions, 

$64,050; giving activities include $64,050 for 6 

grants (high: $1 5,000; low: $1,050). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

libraries/library science; education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA and OR. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Peter K. Maier, Pres. 

Directors: Julie Huntington De Polo, Elizabeth 

Huntington, Marian Huntington Schinske. 

EIN: 943252483 



333 
The Hurd Foundation, Inc. 

c/o Pacific Western Productions, Inc. 
270 N. Canon Dr., Ste. 11 95 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 
Contact: Julie Thomson, Secy. 

Established in 1982 in CA. 

Donor(s): Frank E. Hurd. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,256,268 (M); expenditures, $39,766; 

qualifying distributions, $34,923; giving 

activities include $34,923 for 43 grants (high: 

$9,650; low: $10). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to a 

film institute. 

Fields of interest: Film/video; arts/cultural 

programs; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deacf//nefsJ;None 

Officers: Gale Anne Hurd, Pres.; Julie Thomson, 
Secy. 
EIN: 953789957 



334 
Henry Hwang Foundation & 

1047 Oak Grove PI. 
San Marino, CA 91108 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Henry Hwang, Dorothy Hwang. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$1,048,532 (M); gifts received, $251,719; 

expenditures, $54,818; qualifying distributions, 

$47,383; giving activities include $53,000 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Performing arts, education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Southern CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to , 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Dorothy Hwang, Pres.; Grace Hwang, 

Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 954204464 



335 
Marcy and Seymour Hyman Foundation 

P.O. Box 620660 

Woodside,CA 94062 (650)851-5761 

Contect; Joanne Mintz,V.P. 

Established in 1989 in CA. 
Donor(s): Marcy Hyrnan. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$385,479 (M); gifts received, $8,81 6; 
expenditures, $52,282; qualifying distributions, 
$50,898; giving activities include $50,840 for 
10 grants (high: $10,365; low: $800). 
Fields of interest: Higher education; human 
services; hospices; Jewish federated giving 
programs. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 
to individuals. 
Application information: 
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Deadline: None 

Officers: Marcy Hyman, Pres.; JoAnne Mintz, 
V.P.; Milt Greenfield, Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 6801 95202 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$10,365 to United Jewish Appeal. 
$10,275 to Hospice of the Central Coast, 

Monterey, CA. For cancer research. 
$8,000 to Congregation Beth Am, Los Altos 

Hills, CA. 
$5,900 to Boys and Girls Club of the Monterey 

Peninsula, Seaside, CA. 
$5,000 to Christopher Nance Childrens 

Foundation, Toluca Lake, CA. 
$5,000 to Drysdale Hall of Fame, Palm Springs, 

CA. 
$5,000 to Hebrew Free Loan Association of San 

Francisco, San Francisco, CA. 
$4,000 to Northern California Golf Association, 

Pebble Beach, CA. For scholarships. 
$3,500 to NFL Youth Football Foundation, NYC, 

NY. 
$ 1 ,000 to Barbara Sinatra Childrens Center at 

Eisenhower, Rancho Mirage, CA. For 

scholarships. 



336 
The Hyperian Foundation 

149NatomaSt. 

San Francisco, CA 94105 

Contact: Douglas W. Grigg, Dir. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$6,762 (M); expenditures, $72,861 ; qualifying 

distributions, $71 ,254; giving activities include 

$70,000 for 3 grants (high: $35,000; low: 

$10,000). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; arts/cultural 

programs; education. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in San Francisco, 

CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dea///nefe):None 

Directors: David E. Bunim, Douglas W. Grigg, 
Kaatri Grigg. 
EIN: 942566802 



337 
Frederic W. & Jane M. llfeld Foundation * 

520 N. Rodeo Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 

Established in 1959. 

Donor(s): Frederic W. llfeld. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 

$380,431 (M); gifts received, $32,336; 

expenditures, $104,224; qualifying distributions, 

$ 1 02,1 68; giving activities include $ 1 01 ,1 84 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; Jewish federated giving programs; 

Jewish agencies & temples; general charitable 

giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the West, with emphasis on CA. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 



Trustees: Frederic W. llfeld, Frederic W. llfeld, Jr. 
EIN: 956083559 



338 
Immunobiology Research Fund % 

828 Court St. 

Woodland, CA 95695 (916)662-3911 

Contact: Stephen C.Bick 

Established in 1996 in CA and DE. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$799,610 (M); expenditures, $123,226; 
qualifying distributions, $121, 51 5; giving 
activities include $1 1 6,025 for 5 grants (high: 
$80,000; low: $3,025) and $1 1 3,000 for 4 
foundation-administered programs. 
Purpose and activities: The foundation "is 
dedicated to medical research and knowledge. 
Consequently, grant applications are restricted 
to topics that pertain in some way to medical 
research or teaching or the dissemination of 
medical knowledge or information. There are no 
geograhical area restrictions. Awards will 
generally be limited to educational institutions 
or teachers or researchers at such institutions." 
Fields of interest: Medical research; cancer 
research. 

Limitations: Giving on an international basis. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter no more than five 



DeaoY/nefeJ.-None 

Officers: M. Eric Gershwin, M.D., Pres.; 
Stephen M. Nagy, Jr., M.D., Secy.; Arthur 
Huntley, M.D., Treas. 
EIN: 680070880 



339 
Indo-American Foundation, Inc. 

8254 E. Lorain Rd. 
San Gabriel, CA 91775 
Contact: Dr. Ramadas Abboy, Pres. 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): D.C. Dellinger,* Ramadas Abboy, S. 

Jagannathan, Naina Mohamed Rahman. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1 92,61 6 (M); gifts received, $93,1 01 ; 

expenditures, $64,816; qualifying distributions, 

$63,974; giving activities include $63,974 for 7 

grants (high: $30,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; higher education; international 

affairs, goodwill promotion. 

International interests: India. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in India. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deadline: None 

Final notification: Within 2 months 
Officers: Ramadas Abboy, Pres.; Rajamannar 
Abboy, Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 9541 56556 



340 

lota Fund 

1803 Mission St., Box 86 
Santa Cruz, CA 95060 

Established in 1994. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr, ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$574,692 (M); expenditures, $11 2,462; 

qualifying distributions, $108,566; giving 

activities include $106,500 for 2 grants (high: 

$100,000; low: $6,500). 

Fields of interest: Jewish federated giving 

programs; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Atlanta, GA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Larry Cuba, Pres.; Sara Petty, 

Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 770371 721 



341 

Lawrence E.& Elaine Smith Irell 
Foundation 

c/o Lawrence E. Ireli 

1 800 Ave. of the Stars, Ste. 900 

Los Angeles, CA 90067 

Established in 1961. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$937,207 (M); expenditures, $76,662; 

qualifying distributions, $68,299; giving 

activities include $69,600 for 41 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest Libraries/library science; 

education; health care; mental health, treatment; 

health associations; human services; Jewish 

federated giving programs; general charitable 

giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Elaine Smith Irell, Eugene H. Irell, 

Lawrence E. Irell, Stephen C Irell. 

EIN: 95605821 4 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1 997. 

$25,000 to University of Southern California, 

School of Law, Los Angeles, CA. For Arthur 

Manella Scholarship Fund. 
$1 0,000 to Jewish Federation Council of Greater 

Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,500 to University of California, Los Angeles, 

CA. For annual fund. 
$2,000 to Scripps Foundation for Medicine and 

Science, La JolIa,CA. 
$2,000 to University of Southern California, Los 

Angeles, CA. For Legion Lex program. 
$2,000 to Venice Family Clinic, Venice, CA. 
$2,000 to Webb School of California, 

Claremont, CA. 
$1 ,975 to Guardians of the Jewish Home for the 

Aging of Greater Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$1,500 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1,500 to Southern California Counseling 

Center, Los Angeles, CA. 



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342 
The Lauralie Irvine Foundation 

95 Robles Del Rio 

Carmel Valley, CA 93924 (831)659-4490 

Contact; j.J. Irvine, Pres. 

Established in 1976. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,177,852 (M); expenditures, $62,322; 

qualifying distributions, $52,500; giving 

activities include $52,500 for 38 grants (high: 

$5,000; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: Primary areas of interest 

include child welfare and development, family 

services, the elderly, and health services. 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; child 

development, education; education; hospitals 

(general); family planning; health care; 

substance abuse, services; health associations; 

AIDS; alcoholism; AIDS research; delinquency 

prevention/services; human services; children & 

youth, services; child development, services; 

family services; aging, centers & services; aging. 

Types of support: Continuing support; capital 

campaigns; building/renovation; scholarship 

funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Monterey and San 

Benito counties, CA. No support for schools or 

religious associations. 

Publications: 990-PF, grants list, application 

guidelines. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deafc(sJ:June 30 and Nov. 30 

Board meeting datefs): July and Dec. 

Final notification: Following board meetings 
Officers: J.J. Irvine, Pres.; J.j. Rudolph, V.P. 
Director: J.M. Merrill. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 510159257 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$5,000 to Natividad Medical Center, Salinas, 

CA. For general support. 
$2,500 to Ariel Theatrical, Salinas, CA. For 

general support. 
$2,000 to Alliance on Aging, Monterey, CA. For 

general support. 
$2,000 to Boys and Girls Clubs of the Salinas 

Valley, Salinas, CA. For general support. 
$2,000 to Housing Advocacy Council of 

Monterey County, Salinas, CA. For general 

support. 
$2,000 to Interim, Monterey, CA. For general 

support. 
$1 ,000 to Community Foundation for Monterey 

County, Monterey, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,000 to Door to Hope, Salinas, CA. For 

general support. 
$1 ,000 to Meals on Wheels of Salinas, Salinas, 

CA. For general support. 
$1 ,000 to Monterey Rape Crisis Center, 

Monterey, CA. For general support. 



343 
Marcia and Lawrence Israel Foundation 

10350 Sunset Blvd. 
Los Angeles, CA 90077 

Established in 1989 in CA. 



Donor(s): Marcia Israel. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,729,362 (M); gifts received, $99,805; 

expenditures, $134,014; qualifying distributions, 

$131 ,271 ; giving activities include $1 32,61 4 for 

33 grants (high: $100,000; low: $10). 

Fields of interest: Museums (history); hospitals 

(general); Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Marcia Israel. 

EIN: 954246827 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$100,000 to Yale University, Cancer Center, 

New Haven, CT. For research. 
$20,000 to University of Southern California, 

Los Angeles, CA. 

$1,600 to Society of Singers, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,280 to League for Children, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to Weizmann Institute of Science, 

Rehovot, Israel. 

$575 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, CA. 
$500 to Angel Harvest, Los Angeles, CA. 
$500 to Beverly Hills Theater Guild, Beverly 

Hills, CA. 
$300 to American Jewish Committee, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$200 to Wolfgang Puck Charitable Foundation, 

West Hollywood, CA. 



344 
Jacobs Family Foundation & 

c/o Financial Mgmt. Consultants 
15233 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 600 
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403-2201 
Contact: N.W. Cohen, Tr. 

Established in 1984 in CA. 

Donor(s): David Jacobs, Diana Jacobs. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 02/28/97): Assets, 

$149,377 (M); gifts received, $1 23,250; 

expenditures, $57,01 3; qualifying distributions, 

$55,088; giving activities include $50,575 for 6 

grants (high: $22,313; low: $100) and $4,478 

forl grant to an individual. 

Fields of interest: Arts education; higher 

education; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Types of support: Endowment funds; 

scholarship funds; grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Santa Barbara, 

CA. 

Application information: Contact foundation for 

application information. Application form not 

required. 

Dead/me; None 

Trustees: Nathan W. Cohen, David Jacobs, 
Diana Jacobs. 
EIN: 953956067 



345 
John Frits Jacobsen Charitable Trust * 

7947 Angela Ave. 

Bakersfield, CA 93308 (805)393-1785 

Contact: Jimmy Gibbons, Tr. 

Established in 1979. 



Donor(s): Jimmy Gibbons. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 

$1,021,752 (M); gifts received, $10,220; 

expenditures, $34,899; qualifying distributions, 

$1 1,472; giving activities include $1 1 ,500 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Protestant agencies & 

churches. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Bakersfield, CA. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter or telephone 

Deadline(s): None 

Trustees: Dorothy Gibbons, Jimmy Gibbons. 
EIN: 95666761 9 



346 
The Stephane Janssen Art Foundation, Inc. 

1 880 Century Park E., Ste. 612 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310)553-8800 
Contact: Maurice H. Katz, C.E.O. 
FAX: (31 0)553-8704 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): Stephane Janssen. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,024,887 (M); gifts received, $50,500; 

expenditures, $57,909; qualifying distributions, 

$57,909; giving activities include $1 7,1 46 for 5 

grants (high: $5,000; low: $2,500; average: 

$500-$5,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to art 

museums. 

Fields of interest: Arts education; museums (art); 

arts/cultural programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Phoenix, AZ, and Santa Fe, NM. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Maurice H. Katz,* 

C.E.O.; Constance Glenn,* Secy.; Stephane 

Janssen,* C.F.O. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 

EIN: 954461 083 



347 

Rajen & Kalpana Jaswa Charitable 
Foundation ft 

20972 Hidden View Ln. 

Saratoga, CA 95070 (408)741-5011 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Donor(s): Kalpana Jaswa, Rajen Jaswa. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$652,572 (M); gifts received, $627,500; 

expenditures, $86,784; qualifying distributions, 

$85,675; giving activities include $82,862 for 

1 1 grants (high: $30,000; low: $101). 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

eye disease; Christian agencies & churches; 

Islam. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Officers: Rajen Jaswa, Pres.; Kalpana Jaswa, 

Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 77041 881 5 



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348 
JDM Foundation, Inc. 

(Formerly Jay Leno Family Foundation, Inc.) 
P.O. Box 7885 
Burbank,CA 91510 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Jay Leno. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$388,932 (M); gifts received, $198,039; 

expenditures, $1 36,429; qualifying distributions, 

$1 36,429; giving activities include $136,335 for 

30 grants (high: $28,000; low: $10). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; human services; children & youth, 

services; family services. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Jay Leno, Pres. 

Director: Mavis Leno. 

EIN: 95421 2760 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$28,000 to Parents Foundation. For continuing 

support of Live-In Mental Health 

Rehabilitation Program. 
$15,000 to McPherson College, McPherson, KS. 

For endowment. 
$10,000 to Feminist Majority Foundation, Los 

Angeles, CA. For 1 0th Anniversary Salute 

program. 

$ 1 0,000 to NAACP, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Andre Agassi Foundation, Las Vegas, 

NV. For program for underprivileged children 



$5,000 to Childrens Diabetes Foundation at 

Denver, Denver, CO. 
$5,000 to Muscular Dystrophy Association, Los 

Angeles, CA. For Love Ride 14 program. 
$2,500 to Shelby Heart Fund, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,250 to Los Angeles Mission, Los Angeles, 

CA. For Holiday Meals Program. 
$1 ,000 to Carter Center, Atlanta, GA. 



349 
Jeangerard Foundation & 

c/o Robert E.Jeangerard 
1930BelmontAve. 
San Carlos, CA 94070 

Established in 1992 in CA. 

Donor(s): Ralph W. Jeangerard.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/98): Assets, 

$1 ,71 8,1 08 (M); expenditures, $1 26,348; 

qualifying distributions, $1 15,687; giving 

activities include $1 15,000 for 2 grants (high: 

$75,000; low: $40,000). 

Fields of interest: Recreation, government 

agencies. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Robert E. Jeangerard, Pres.; Jack J. 

Jeangerard, V.P.; Margie H. Jeangerard, 

Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 77029981 2 



350 
The Johnson Foundation 

P.O. Box 351 
Riverside, CA 92502 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Johnson Machinery Corp. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,896,948 (M); gifts received, $375,000; 

expenditures, $1 91 ,083; qualifying distributions, 

$1 86,387; giving activities include $1 87,450 for 

21 grants (high: $114,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; human services; federated giving 

programs. 

Types of support: Endowment funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA, with emphasis on Riverside. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* William R. Johnson,* 

C.E.O.; Brenda K. Clabough,* Secy.; Kevin 

Kelly,* C.F.O. 

EIN: 33021 7264 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1 996. 

$1 14,000 to University of Redlands, Redlands, 

CA. 
$18,000 to United Way of the Inland Valleys, 

Riverside, CA. 
$16,000 to California Baptist College, Riverside, 

CA. 
$1 1,500 to University of California, Riverside, 

CA. 
$10,000 to Riverside Community College, 

Riverside, CA. 

$5,000 to Chapman University, Orange, CA. 
$3,250 to Riverside Community Hospital 

Foundation, Riverside, CA. 
$2,500 to Riverside Arts Foundation, Riverside, 

CA. 

$1,000 to Ducks Unlimited, Memphis, TN. 
$ 1 ,000 to Junior Achievement of Southern 

California, Los Angeles, CA. 



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Vera Jones Trust 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1995 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$ 1 ,234,064 (M); expenditures, $65,461 ; 

qualifying distributions, $50,736; giving 

activities include $45,864 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Foundations (private 

grantmaking). 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 946688802 



352 
Felix & Helen Juda Foundation >? 

351 OTorrance Blvd., Ste. 100 
Torrance,CA 90503-5802 

Established in 1951 in CA. 

Donor(s): Felix M. juda, Helen Juda. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$ 1 ,746,957 (M); expenditures, $1 74,598; 

qualifying distributions, $1 67,950; giving 

activities include $167,950 for 14 grants (high: 

$50,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Arts education; museums; 

music; higher education; Jewish agencies & 

temples. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Tom Juda, Patsy Palmer. 

EIN: 956048035 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,000 to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$30,000 to Tom and Nancy Juda Foundation, 

Torrance, CA. 
$26,500 to University of California, Berkeley, 

CA. 
$1 1,000 to Verdugo Hills Hospital, Glendale, 

CA. 
$10,000 to Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Armenian Film Foundation, Los 

Angeles, CA. 

$2,000 to Friendship Foundation, Albany, CA. 
$2,000 to University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, 

MN. 
$1 ,500 to California Institute of Technology, 

Pasadena, CA. 
$1,500 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 



353 
Kadah Foundation # 

2 N. First St., 6th Fl. 
San Jose, CA 95113 

Established in 1996. 

Donor(s): Solid State Optronics, Inc. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, $43 

(M); gifts received, $111 ,600; expenditures, 

$1 23,1 04; qualifying distributions, $1 23,1 04; 

giving activities include $1 23,040 for 20 grants 

(high: $10,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Islam; religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

on an international basis. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Zagoul Kadah, Mgr. 

EIN: 7704261 84 



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Marilyn and Thomas Karsten Foundation 

141 6 6th St. 

Santa Monica, CA 90401 



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Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Marilyn Herst Karsten. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$1 ,31 7,1 24 (M); expenditures, $60,351 ; 

qualifying distributions, $59,970; giving 

activities include $59,970 for 1 grant 

Fields of interest: University. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in II. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Marilyn Herst Karsten. 

EIN: 954247359 



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Kartozian Family Foundation 

31 8 Diablo Rd, No. 250 

Danville, CA 94526 (925)820-2110 

Contact: William F. Kartozian, Pres. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 
DonoKs): William F. Kartozian. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 
$24,234 (M); gifts received, $57,295; 
expenditures, $73,078; qualifying distributions, 
$71 ,903; giving activities include $72,432 for 
27 grants (high: $50,000; low: $32). 
Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 
education; higher education; human services. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 
to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 
Deadlines): None 

Officers: William F. Kartozian, Pres.; Paul M. 
Ginsburg, Secy.; Matthew Kartozian, Treas. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 943023552 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$51 ,000 to Stanford University, Stanford, CA. 2 

grants: $50,000, $1,000. 
$10,000 to Variety Club Blind Babies 

Foundation, San Francisco, CA. 
$ 1 ,500 to Junior Achievement of the Bay Area, 

South San Francisco, CA. 
$1 ,500 to Multiple Sclerosis Society of Northern 

California, National, San Francisco, CA. 
$500 to American Committee for Shaare Zedek 

Hospital in Jerusalem, San Francisco, CA. 
$500 to Center for Accessible Technology, 

Berkeley, CA. 
$500 to Childrens Book Project, San Francisco, 

CA. 

$500 to Kids Turn, San Francisco, CA. 
$500 to Marin Services for Women, Larkspur, 

CA. 



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The Marilyn and Jeffrey Katzenberg 
Foundation 

10345 W.Olympic Blvd. 
Los Angeles, CA 90064-2524 

Established in 1994. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$145,942 (M); gifts received, $110,000; 

expenditures, $1 22,782; qualifying distributions, 



$122,333; giving activities include $122,370 for 
30 grants (high: $10,000; low: $450). 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
education; hospitals (general); AIDS; human 
services; Jewish agencies & temples. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: Jeffrey Katzenberg, Pres.; Marilyn 
Katzenberg, V.P.; Arthur D. Emil, Secy.; David 
Geffen, Treas. 
EIN: 95451 3461 



357 
Kayne Foundation i? 

1 800 Ave. of the Stars, Ste. 200 
Los Angeles, CA 90067-4201 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,439,422 (M); gifts received, $176,309; 

expenditures, $1 48,062; qualifying distributions, 

$1 37,749; giving activities include $1 37,749 for 

1 1 1 grants (high: $30,000; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Education; health 

associations; human services; aging, centers & 

services; Jewish federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

on a national basis, with emphasis on CA. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Suzanne L. Kayne, Pres.; Jerry D. 

Kayne, C.F.O. 

Director: Richard A. Kayne. 

EIN: 9541 24379 



358 
Jonathon & Faye Kellerman Foundation & 

505 S. Beverly Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90212 

Established in 1996. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 

$90,342 (M); gifts received, $238,489; 

expenditures, $1 56,360; qualifying distributions, 

$156,360; giving activities include $1 56,360 for 

44 grants (high: $45,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Jewish agencies & temples; 

general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Jonathan Kellerman, Pres. 

EIN: 954607397 



359 
Bayles R. Kennedy Foundation it 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1996 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/57): Assets, 
$968,1 64 (M); gifts received, $703,61 2; 



expenditures, $178,1 64; qualifying distributions, 

$75,781 ; giving activities include $72,649 for 1 

grant. 

Fields of interest: Boys clubs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 946699434 



360 
The Kimbo Foundation 

c/o Korea Central Daily San Francisco 

430 Shotwell St. 

San Francisco, CA 94110 

Scholarship application address: Yeon Taek Lee, 

Publisher, c/o The Korea Central Daily San 

Francisco, 1245 Howard St., San Francisco, CA 

941 03; Tel.: (41 5) 522-5100; FAX: (415) 

522-5111 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

DonoKs): Kimbo Color Laboratory, Inc., Geon Y. 

Kim. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,408,095 (M); gifts received, $10,000; 

expenditures, $98,422; qualifying distributions, 

$69,576; giving activities include $70,000 for 

70 grants to individuals of $1 ,000 each. 

Purpose and activities: Scholarships only to 

Korean-American residents of CA. 

Fields of interest: Museums (ethnic/folk arts); 

human services; Asians/Pacific Islanders. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to residents of CA. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Dead/mefsJ;June12 

Final notification: Apr. 

Officers: Geon Y. Kim, Pres.; Jeanne M. Kim, 
Secy. 
EIN: 943047547 



361 
The King's Daughter's Home Foundation 

2361 E. 29th St. 
Oakland, CA 94606 
Contact: Exec. Dir. 

Established in 1984 in CA. 

Donor(s): Florence French Trust. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 05/31/97): Assets, 

$32,692 (M); gifts received, $45,173; 

expenditures, $63,500; qualifying distributions, 

$61,973; giving activities include $61,973 for 3 

grants (high: $46,973; low: $5,000). 

Purpose and activities: Supports various 

religious or charitable organizations and 

hospitals providing care for the sick, indigent, or 

elderly persons. 

Fields of interest: Health care; Alzheimer's 

disease; human services; aging, centers & 

services; aging. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

equipment; emergency funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Alameda County, 

CA. No grants to individuals, or for building 

funds or capital campaigns. 



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Application information: Telephone calls are 
not considered. Application form required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline(s): 6 weeks prior to board meetings 

Board meeting date(s): Semiannually, usually 

June and Jan. 

Officers: Alice Smetts, Pres.; Naomi Viez, Secy.; 
Elizabeth Hussey, Treas. 
Number of staff: 1 
EIN: 9411 67407 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$46,973 to Salem Lutheran Home Association 

of Bay Cities, Oakland, CA. For nursing unit 

program. 
$10,000 to Visiting Nurses Association and 

Hospice of Emeryville, Emeryville, CA. For 

programs. 
$5,000 to Valley Community Health Center, 

Pleasanton, CA. For programs. 



362 
Kirkeby Foundation 

730 Arizona Ave., Ste. 421 

Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310)451-9455 

Contact: Thomas K. Lenehen, Mgr. 

Established in 1951. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1,812,1 59 (M); expenditures, $1 1 8,361 ; 

qualifying distributions, $11 3,221 ; giving 

activities include $1 1 3,782 for 62 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $75). 

Fields of interest: Museums; music; arts/cultural 

programs; higher education; general charitable 

giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 
Officer: Thomas K. Lenehen, Mgr. 
Directors: Arnold C. Kirkeby, Carla M. Kirkeby. 
EIN: 366050460 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$19,000 to Colleagues Helpers in Philanthropic 

Service, Santa Monica, CA. 
$1 5,01 6 to University of California at Los 

Angeles Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 0,000 to Whitney Museum of American Art, 

NYC, NY. 
$7,500 to Hawaii Preparatory Academy, 

Kamuela, HI. 

$5,000 to Brown University, Providence, Rl. 
$5,000 to Scripps Foundation for Medicine and 

Science, La Jolla,CA. 
$3,500 to A Place Called Home, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$3,330 to Museum of Contemporary Art 

(MOCA), Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,500 to Friendly Hand Foundation, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1,420 to Project Angel Food, Los Angeles, CA. 



363 

Joanne & Ira Kirshbaum Family 
Foundation 

1 723 Cloverfield Blvd. 
Santa Monica, CA 90404 

Established in 1967. 

Donor(s): Kirshbaum Charitable Trust of 1989. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1 34,087 (M); gifts received, $78,148; 

expenditures, $77,356; qualifying distributions, 

$73,414; giving activities include $72,589 for 

66 grants (high: $19,350; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; health care; 

human services; children & youth, services; 

Jewish federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Ira Kirshbaum, Pres.; Joanne 

Kirshbaum, Secy.; Jeffrey Kirshbaum, Treas. 

EIN: 952501 231 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$19,350 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, 

CA. 

$1 1 ,000 to United Way, Inc., Los Angeles, CA. 
$10,000 to Brandeis University, Waltham, MA. 
$7,364 to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Reiss-Davis Child Study Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to Music Center Unified Fund, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1,375 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,200 to Helping Hand of Los Angeles, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$500 to Ronald McDonald House Charities of 

Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. 
$400 to Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. 



364 
Klein Family Foundation 

1 01 00 Santa Monica Blvd., Ste. 31 6 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 

Established in 1984 in CA. 

Donor(s): Joyce F.Klein. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,609,283 (M); expenditures, $84,445; 

qualifying distributions, $82,1 04; giving 

activities include $82,000 for 24 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; health care; health associations; 

Jewish federated giving programs; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Joyce F. Klein, Pres.; Randee Klein 

Devlin, V.P.; Michael Klein, V.P.; John H. 

Harrington, Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 953887647 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 



$10,000 to Inflammatory Bowel Disease Center. 
$7,500 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Association for the Cure of Cancer of 

the Prostate (CaP CURE), Santa Monica, CA. 
$5,000 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Children* Hospital of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Elton John AIDS Foundation, Beverly 

Hills, CA. 
$5,000 to Helen Woodward Animal Care 

Center, Rancho Santa Fe, CA. 
$5,000 to Venice Family Clinic, Venice, CA. 
$1,500 to Israel Cancer Research Fund, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to American Cancer Society, Los 

Angeles, CA. 



365 
Klein Foundation & 

c/o William Klein 
101 Via Lido Soud 
Newport Beach, CA 92663 

Established in 1994. 

DonorCs): William Klein, Carolyn Klein. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$265,290 (M); expenditures, $81 ,257; 

qualifying distributions, $76,865; giving 

activities include $77,965 for 1 3 grants (high: 

$22,500; low: $75). 

Fields of interest: Visual arts; housing/shelter, 

homeless; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: William A. Klein, Pres.; Carolyn Klein, 

Treas. 

EIN: 330642988 



366 
Jessie Klicka Foundation 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Trust Dept. 
101 W.Broadway, Ste. 301 
San Diego, CA 92101 

Established in 1961. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,656,554 (M); expenditures, $102,273; 

qualifying distributions, $83,078; giving 

activities include $23,500 for 1 grants (high: 

$1 0,000; low: $500) and $64,100 for 24 grants 

to individuals (high: $2,000; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: Primarily awards 

scholarships for higher education. 

Fields of interest: Recreation. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. 

Application information: Unsolicited requests 

for funds not considered. 

Officers: Robert E. Klicka, Pres.; Katherine 

Klicka Paynter, V.P.; Una Clark, Secy.-Treas. 

Trustees: Richard Fleming, Zelma Klicka, Wells 

Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 956093455 



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367 
Max D. and Cecelia Knell Foundation 

70690 Tamarisk Ln. 

Rancho Mirage, CA 92270-2355 

Co/rtacf: Max D. Knell, Chair. 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Cecelia Knell, Max D. Knell. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$791,173 (M); expenditures, $102,302; 

qualifying distributions, $100,580; giving 

activities include $100,580 for 21 grants (high: 

$55,1 50; low: $20). 

Fields of interest: Human services; Jewish 

federated giving programs; Jewish agencies & 

temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadlines): Varies 

Officers: Max D. Knell, Chair, and Pres.; Cecelia 
Knell, Secy.; Judith B. Brown, C.F.O. 
EIN: 33033491 8 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$55,1 50 to Pasadena Jewish Temple and Center, 

Pasadena, CA. 
$1 0,1 70 to Jewish Federation of Palm Springs, 

Palm Springs, CA. 
$1 0,000 to Anti-Defamation League of Bnai 

Brith. 

$6,900 to Temple Isaiah. 
$5,390 to Jewish Homes for the Aging of 

Greater Los Angeles, Reseda, CA. 
$5,000 to Five Acres, Altadena, CA. 
$1,200 to City of Hope, CA. 
$1,000 to Braille Institute of the Desert, Rancho 

Mirage, CA. 
$1,000 to Eisenhower Medical Center 

Foundation, Rancho Mirage, CA. 
$250 to Development Corporation for Israel, 

NYC, NY. 



368 
Erich and Delia Koenig Foundation 

c/o Price Waterhouse, LLP 
1880 Century Park E.,Ste. 1600 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 

Established in 1992 in CA as successor to Erich 

and Delia Koening Foundation which was 

incorporated in NY in 1982. 

Donor(s): Delia Koenig. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1 ,346,1 69 (M); gifts received, $4,400; 

expenditures, $89,205; qualifying distributions, 

$68,377; giving activities include $68,377 for 

41 grants (high: $10,000; low: $72). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; arts/cultural 

programs; education; health associations; 

human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Delia Koenig, Chair, and Pres.; Miguel 

Koenig, V.P. and Secy.; Bernardo Koenig, V.P. 

and Treas.; Enrique Koenig, V.P. 

EIN: 956945666 



369 
George Konheim Family Foundation i? 

606 S.Olive St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90014 

Established in 1982 in CA. 

Donor(s): George Konheim. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$431 ,881 (M); gifts received, $1 60,967; 

expenditures, $193,414; qualifying distributions, 

$1 91,006; giving activities include $1 89,440 for 

53 grants (high: $25,000; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; hospitals (general); human services; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Bruce Konheim, Eva Konheim, George 

Konheim, Lyn Konheim. 

EIN: 953759426 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$25,000 to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 

Los Angeles, CA. 

$25,000 to Otis Art Institute, Los Angeles, CA. 
$10,000 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$9,445 to Temple Beth Am, Los Angeles, CA. 2 

grants: $5,000, $4,445. 
$6,250 to American University, DC. 
$5,000 to Childrens Diabetes Foundation, 

Beverly Hills, CA. 
$5,000 to Vista del Mar Child and Family 

Services, Los Angeles, CA. 
$3,000 to Israel Cancer Research Fund, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to Beverly Hills Education Foundation, 

Beverly Hills, CA. 



370 
Dean & Gerda Koontz Foundation & 

P.O. Box 9529 

Newport Beach, CA 92658-9529 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Donor(s): Dean R. Koontz, Gerda A. Koontz. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$21,571 (M); gifts received, $75,000; 

expenditures, $1 72,81 7; qualifying distributions, 

$172,81 7; giving activities include $170,000 for 

3 grants (high: $125,000; low: $20,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; 

animals/wildlife; hospitals (general). 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Dean R. Koontz, C.E.O.; Gerda A. 

Koontz, Secy, and C.F.O. 

EIN: 330622423 



371 
The Kraines Family Foundation & 

1 005 N. Crescent Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 

Established in 1986 in CA. 
Donor(s): Maurice H. Kraines. 



Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,372,21 8 (M); expenditures, $85,507; 

qualifying distributions, $84,529; giving 

activities include $84,529 for 63 grants (high: 

$30,000; low: $10). 

Fields of interest: Human services; Jewish 

federated giving programs; Jewish agencies & 

temples; general charitable giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Maurice H. Kraines, Pres.; Steven D. 

Kraines, Secy.; Laurence I. Kraines, C.F.O. 

EIN: 954089622 



372 
The Kramer Family Foundation i-r 

2740 Lyon St. 
San Francisco, CA 94123 
Contact; Jill Kramer, Pres. 
MX: (41 5) 474-7392 

Established in 1992 in CA. 

Donor(s): Bernard M. Kramer, Jill H. Kramer. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1,342,424 (M); gifts received, $356,375; 

expenditures, $43,470; qualifying distributions, 

$36,194; giving activities include $36,375 for 

1 6 grants (high: $1 0,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Francisco, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Jill H. Kramer, C.E.O. and Pres.; 

Bernard M. Kramer, Chair.; Margot M. Kramer, 

Secy.; Elizabeth M. Kramer, Treas. 

EIN: 9431 69693 



373 
Kremer Foundation 

260 Newport Ctr. Dr., No. 300 
Newport Beach, CA 92660 

Established in 1983 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$623,424 (M); expenditures, $1 13,513; 

qualifying distributions, $88,500; giving 

activities include $88,500 for 32 grants (high: 

$35,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; higher 

education; Protestant agencies & churches; 

general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA and OR. No support for private 

foundations. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Bonnie S. Kremer, Pres.; Teena 

Spindler, Secy.; Douglas Neff, Treas. 

Director: Peter C. Kremer. 

EIN: 33001 2906 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 



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$35,000 to Saint Luke Hospital, Pasadena, CA. 

For genera! support. 
$12,500 to Willamette University, Salem, OR. 

For general support. 
$ 1 0,000 to Saint Andrews Presbyterian Church, 

Newport Beach, CA. For general support. 
$3,000 to Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian 

Foundation (HMHP), Newport Beach, CA. 

For general support. 
$2,500 to Orange County Performing Arts 

Center, Costa Mesa, CA. For general support. 
$2,500 to Stanford University, Graduate School, 

Stanford, CA. For general support. 
$2,000 to Nature Conservancy, Los Angeles, 

CA. For general support. 
$1,500 to Claremont McKenna College, 

Claremont, CA. For general support. 
$1,500 to Harbor Day School, Corona Dei Mar, 

CA. For general support. 
$ 1 ,000 to Pacific Chorale, Santa Ana, CA. For 

general support. 



374 
Lee & Louis Kuhn Foundation, Inc. 

c/o Geneva Companies 

5 Park Plz., 20th Fl. 

Irvine, CA 92714 (800)854-4643 

Contact: Dr. Robert L. Kuhn, Pres. 

Established in 1963. 
Donor(s): Robert L. Kuhn. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 
$1,355,328 (M); gifts received, $20,000; 
expenditures, $74,012; qualifying distributions, 
$66,298; giving activities include $56,595 for 
58 grants (high: $1 0,000; low: $ 1 00). 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
education; health care; health associations; 
general charitable giving. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead/Jne&.-None 

Officer and Trustees:* Robert L. Kuhn,* Pres.; 
Lee Kuhn, Louis Kuhn. 
BIN: 1361 44809 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$1 0,000 to K C E-TV Foundation, Huntington 

Beach, CA. 
$1 0,000 to New England Conservatory of 

Music, Boston, MA. 
$3,000 to American University of Armenia, 

Oakland, CA. 
$2,180 to Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix, 

Phoenix, AZ. 
$1,750 to Institute of Noetic Sciences, Sausalito, 

CA. 
$1,000 to Eastman School of Music of the 

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY. 
$1,000 to Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 

Cambridge, MA. For Sloan Fund. 
$1,000 to Washington State University, Pullman, 

WA. 

$500 to Duke University, Durham, NC. 
$300 to W L I W-Channel 21 Public Television, 

Garden City, NY. 



375 
Sally & Ben Kurtzman Foundation, Inc. it 

1 0580 Wilshire Blvd. 

P.O. Box 30 

Los Angeles, CA 90024 (310)470-3818 

Contact: Sally Kurtzman, Pres. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Ben Kurtzman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$905,953 (M); expenditures, $55,300; 

qualifying distributions, $52,284; giving 

activities include $52,1 20 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; health 

care; health organizations; Jewish agencies & 

temples; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Dead//nefc):None 

Officers: Sally Kurtzman, Pres.; Debra 
Friedland, Secy.; Kathleen Lawrence, Treas. 
EIN: 954075654 



376 
Walter & Francine Laband Foundation 

331 IE. Cameron Ave. 
WestCovina,CA 91791 

Established in 1961 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$36,1 30 (M); gifts received, $121 ,1 64; 

expenditures, $103,602; qualifying distributions, 

$103,602; giving activities include $102,920 for 

25 grants (high: $51 ,245; low: $30). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

hospitals (general); human services; Roman 

Catholic federated giving programs; Roman 

Catholic agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles County, CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Francine Laband, Pres. 

EIN: 956050923 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$51,245 to Damien High School, La Verne, CA. 

$ 1 0,500 to Archdiocese of Los Angeles, Los 

Angeles, CA. For education foundation 

program. 
$3,865 to Sacred Heart Church, West Covina, 

CA. 
$2,550 to Mount Community Hospital 

Foundation, Lake Arrowhead, CA. 
$1,850 to Saint Lucys Priory School, Glendora, 

CA. 
$1,450 to Citrus Valley Health Partners, Covina, 

CA. 
$1,350 to Assistance League of East San Gabriel 

Valley, Covina, CA. 
$1,200 to Immaculate Heart Community, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1,1 75 to Los Angeles Orphanage Guild, 

Rosemead, CA. 
$1,000 to Regis University, Denver, CO. 



377 
Lakewood Medical Center Foundation 

(Formerly Doctors Hospital of Lakewood 

Foundation) 

3700 E. South St. 

Lakewood, CA 90712 (562)633-1150 

Contact: Larry A. Pasquali, M.D., Pres. 

Application address: 3650 E. South St., 

Lakewood, CA 9071 2 

Established in 1973 in CA. 
Donor(s): Foundation Pharmacy. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 
$123,409 (M); gifts received, $47,000; 
expenditures, $62,515; qualifying distributions, 
$62,51 5; giving activities include $61,500 for 
16 grants to individuals (high: $8,000; low: 
$500). 

Purpose and activities: Scholarships offered to 
students currently enrolled in accredited schools 
of medicine, nursing and pharmacy and who 
have a permanent address within a five-mile 
radius of Lakewood Regional Medical Center, 
Lakewood, CA. 

Fields of interest: Medical school/education; 
nursing school/education; pharmacology. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to residents of 
Artesia, Bellflower, Cerritos, Compton, Cypress, 
Downey, Hawaiian Gardens, Lakewood, Long 
Beach, Norwalk, Paramount, and Signal Hill, 
CA. 

Application information: Application form 
required. 
Initial approach: Letter 



Officers and Directors:* Larry A. Pasquali, 
M.D.,* Pres.; Gus Valdespino,* Secy.-Treas.; 
Isaac Eisenstein, M.D., Paul Harstein, M.D., Bob 
Miller, M.D., Gary Smith. 
Number of staff: 1 full-time professional; 1 
part-time professional; 1 full-time support; 2 
part-time support. 
EIN: 5 101 5441 3 



378 
Kent H. Landsberg Foundation 

38445 Overview Dr. 
Temecula,CA 92592 
Contact: Carol Landsberg, Secy. 

Established in 1989 in CA. 

Donor(s): Kent H. Landsberg. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,371,098 (M); gifts received, $750; 

expenditures, $70,077; qualifying distributions, 

$59,669; giving activities include $60,600 for 6 

grants (high: $15,000; low: $7,500). 

Fields of interest: Education, special; education; 

animals/wildlife; community development, 

service clubs. 

Types of support: Program development; 

conferences/seminars; seed money; curriculum 

development; scholarship funds; research. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Ml and CA, with 

emphasis on Southern CA. No grants to 

individuals, or for capital campaigns, debt 

reduction, operating funds, memberships, or 

computer equipment. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 



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initial approach: Letter requesting application 
form 

Copies of proposal: 2 

Deac(f/ne(s):Nov.15 

Board meeting date(s): Dec., and as needed 

fina/ notification: Dec. 31 
Officers: Kent H. Landsberg, C.E.O.; Carol P. 
Landsberg, Secy.; Alin Wall, C.F.O. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 330353391 



379 
The Ruth Lane Charitable Foundation 

P.O. Box 2329 

Rancho Santa Fe, CA 92067-2329 

Contact: James M. Cowley, Dir. 

Established in 1983 in CA. 

Donor(s): Ruth Lane.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$1,880,061 (M); expenditures, $92,653; 

qualifying distributions, $54,316; giving 

activities include $50,000 for 12 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Cancer research; recreation; 

youth, services; disabled. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Southern CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. Unsolicited requests 

for funds not considered. 

Directors: James M. Cowley, David L. Mulliken. 

EIN: 953850868 



380 
jack Langsam Foundation 

5 3rd St., Ste. 1030 

San Francisco, CA 94103-3211 

Established in 1977. 

Donor(s): Jack Langsam, Mission Van Ness 

Corp., Windsor Properties, Inc. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$373,1 64 (M); gifts received, $1 20,000; 

expenditures, $1 33,440; qualifying distributions, 

$129,550; giving activities include $1 29,550 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 

(general); health associations; human services; 

family services; Jewish federated giving 

programs; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Sol Langsam, Pres.; William B. 

Mandel, V.P. and Treas.; Sidney Rudy, Secy. 

Director: Richard Rappaport. 

EIN: 942550799 



381 
Larson Family Foundation :< 

1 Market Spear St. Twr., Ste. 2700 
San Francisco, CA 94105 

Established in 1997 in CA. 
Donor(s): John W.Larson. 



Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$301 ,337 (M); gifts received, $354,41 0; 

expenditures, $66,151 ; qualifying distributions, 

$62,300; giving activities include $62,300 for 7 

grants (high: $50,000; low: $300). 

Fields of interest: Law school/education; cancer; 

boys & girls clubs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: John W. Larson, Pres.; Pamela W. 

Larson, Secy.-Treas. and C.F.O. 

Director: Edward Lanphier. 

EIN: 943261 695 



382 
The Lawrence Foundation ft 

c/o Golden/Goldberg Accountancy Corp. 
9100WilshireBlvd.,No.445E 
Beverly Hills, CA 90212 

Established in 1985. 

Donor(s): Steve Lawrence. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,230,499 (M); gifts received, $5,000; 

expenditures, $59,128; qualifying distributions, 

$50,975; giving activities include $52,1 20 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Health care; Jewish agencies 

& temples; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Steve Lawrence, Pres.; Eydie Gorme 

Lawrence, V.P.;JudyTannen, Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 953969011 



383 

John H. & Amy Bowles Lawrence 
Foundation 

(Formerly John H. & Amy Bowles Lawrence 

Cancer & Medical Research Foundation) 

60 Jennifer Ln. 

Alamo, CA 94507 

Contact: Steve Lawrence, V.P,, or Jim Lawrence, 

Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1964. 
Donor(s):John H. Lawrence, James B. 
Lawrence, Steven B. Lawrence. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1,763,195 (M); expenditures, $107,504; 
qualifying distributions, $84,857; giving 
activities include $80,1 60 for 24 grants (high: 
$40,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 
health care; health associations; homeless, 
human services; religious federated giving 
programs; government/public administration; 
homeless; general charitable giving. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: John Mark Lawrence, Pres.; Steven E. 
Lawrence, V.P.; James B. Lawrence, Secy.-Treas. 
Trustee: Amy Shelley DeRouvray. 



EIN: 946098361 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$40,000 to Harvard University, Cambridge, MA. 

For J. H. Lawrence Professorship. 
$7,000 to Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, 

CA. For Seaborg Endowment Fund. 
$3,000 to Athenian School, Danville, CA. 
$3,000 to College Preparatory School, Oakland, 

CA. 
$2,000 to Portland State University, Portland, 

OR. For general support. 
$2,000 to University of California, Berkeley, CA. 

For Earth Science Library program. 
$2,000 to University of Oregon, Eugene, OR. 

For general support. 
$2,000 to University of South Dakota, 

Vermillion, SD. For John Hundale Lawrence 

symposium and lectureship. 
$1,000 to Colorado College, Colorado Springs, 

CO. For general support. 
$1,000 to Loyola High School, Los Angeles, CA. 

For general support. 



384 
The Lyn and Norman Lear Foundation 

(Formerly The Norman Lear Foundation) 
1 999 Ave. of the Stars, Ste. 500 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Norman Lear. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$106,389 (M); expenditures, $105,362; 

qualifying distributions, $105,297; giving 

activities include $105,200 for 79 grants (high: 

$5,000; low: $100). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to 

promote health and disease treatment; support 

also for the arts, media, education, and the 

environment. 

Fields of interest: Music; arts/cultural programs; 

higher education; natural resource conservation 

& protection; health care; health associations; 

human services; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Trustees:* Norman Lear,* Pres,; Lyn 

Lear,* Secy.; Julie Dyer,* C.F.O. 

Number of staff: 2 part-time support. 

EIN: 9540361 97 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$10,000 to Film Arts Foundation, Los Angeles, 

CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Community Foundation for the 

National Capital Region, DC. For general 

support. 
$5,000 to Harborside School, San Diego, CA. 

For general support. 
$5,000 to NAACP Legal Defense and 

Educational Fund, Los Angeles, CA. For 

general support. 
$5,000 to Neighbor to Neighbor Education 

Fund, San Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Westside Childrens Center, Culver 

City, CA. For general support. 
$3,000 to California Womens Law Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 



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$3,000 to Feminist Majority Foundation, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$2,500 to Center Theater Croup of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$2,500 to Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS 

Foundation, Santa Monica, CA. For general 

support. 



385 
The Ruth L Lee Fund ->Y 

152N.AlmorttDr. 

West Hollywood, CA 90048-2909 

(310)276-6163 

Established in 1967. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,384,961 (M); expenditures, $75,226; 

qualifying distributions, $52,395; giving 

activities include $45,050 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); health 

associations; human services; Christian agencies 

& churches; disabled. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deadline(s): None 

Officers: Ruth L. Lee, Pres.; Randy Comfort, V.P.; 
Bertha H. Briley, Secy.-Treas. 
Director: Gilbert Woolway. 
EIN: 9561 90225 



386 
The Lefkowitz Family Foundation & 

c/o Norma Lefkowitz, Pres. 
9171WilshireBlvd.,Ste.530 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Donor(s): Lefkowitz Family Trust. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 0/31/97): Assets, 

$357,012 (M); gifts received, $500,000; 

expenditures, $153,582; qualifying distributions, 

$150,275; giving activities include $150,275 for 

94 grants (high: $25,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Health associations; cancer; 

medical research; human services; children & 

youth, services; human rights (international); 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Norma Lefkowitz, Pres.; Peter Fink, 

Secy.;AlPivo,CF.O. 

Directors: Bradley Pressman, Lisa Pressman, 

Steven Roden, Greg Showier. 

EIN: 954607220 



387 

Harry & Yvonne Lenart Charitable 
Foundation 

3029 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 200 
Santa Monica, CA 90403-2376 

Established in 1984. 
Donor(s): Yvonne Lenart. 



Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/96): Assets, 

$1,208,758 (M); expenditures, $103,295; 

qualifying distributions, $97,932; giving 

activities include $98,800 for 14 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 

(general); human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Robert H. Given, Yvonne Lenart, 

Stanford K. Rubin. 

EIN: 953905760 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$40,000 to University of California, Los 

Angeles, CA. 3 grants: $25,000, $1 0,000 (For 

bone research laboratory fund), $5,000 (For 

bone research laboratory fund). 
$31,200 to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 

Los Angeles, CA. 3 grants: $1 6,000, $1 5,000, 

$200. 
$10,000 to University of California Medical 

Center, Los Angeles, CA. 
$8,100 to House Ear Institute, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to Smithsonian Institution, DC. 
$500 to Covenant House California, 

Hollywood, CA. 



388 
The Gloria & Ken Levy Foundation 

19800 Glen Una Dr. 
Saratoga, CA 95070 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Donor(s): Gloria Levy, Kenneth Levy. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$1,556,065 (M): expenditures, $73,172; 

qualifying distributions, $70,318; giving 

activities include $67,675 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; health associations; human services; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Gloria Levy, Pres.; Kenneth Levy, Secy. 

andCF.O. 

EIN: 770388772 



389 
Richard E. Lewis Foundation 

(Formerly Fur-Luv, Inc.) 

1 0990 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 1400 

Los Angeles, CA 90024 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Richard E. Lewis. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$439,725 (M); gifts received, $500,270; 

expenditures, $1 68,245; qualifying distributions, 

$ 1 64,1 75; giving activities include $1 64,1 75 for 

grants (high: $100,000). 

Fields of interest: Health care; federated giving 

programs; Jewish federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 



Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Richard E. Lewis, Pres.; Lessing Gold, 

Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 9541 79307 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1 997. 

$100,000 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, 

CA. 

$15,000 to United Way, CA. 
$10,250 to Myasthenia Gravis Foundation, 

Downey, CA. 
$6,201 to LErmitage Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

CA. 
$3,000 to Guardians of the Jewish Home for the 

Aging of Greater Los Angeles, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$2,255 to Asthma and Allergy Foundation of 

America, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,122 to California Hospital Medical Center, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,940 to Jewish Homes for the Aging of 

Greater Los Angeles, Reseda, CA. 
$1 ,250 to Los Angeles Philharmonic 

Association, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,200 to Catholic Charities, CA. 



390 
Henry T. Leyendecker Fund 

501 W. Broadway, Ste. 900 

San Diego, CA 92101 (619)233-1155 

Con/atf;JohnG. Davies,Tr. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$394,933 (M); expenditures, $1 14,832; 

qualifying distributions, $107,569; giving 

activities include $1 06,182 for 32 grants to 

individuals (high: $12,138; low: $1,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

scholarships to San Diego County residents who 

attend institutions in CA. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to residents of San 

Diego County, CA. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 



Trustee: John G.Davies. 
EIN: 3301 02774 



391 
Lifeguard Charitable Fund, Inc. 

1851 McCarthy Blvd. 
Milpitas,CA 95035 
Contact: Mark G.Hyde, Pres. 

Established in 1993 in CA. 
Donor(s): Lifeguard, Inc. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 
$1,053,873 (M); gifts received, $4,134; 
expenditures, $14,422; qualifying distributions, 
$7,500; giving activities include $7,500 for 3 
grants (high: $5,000; low: $1,500). 
Fields of interest: Health care; health 
associations. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 



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Officers and Directors:* Mark C. Hyde,* Pres.; 
Holly McCann,* Secy.; Bruce Young, Treas.; S. 
Joseph Aita, M.D., Robert D. Burnett, M.D., 
Thomas H. Carter, Victor J. DeFino, M.D. 
EIN: 770344456 



392 
The Lighthouse - A Christian Effort 

401 6 Atlas Peak Rd. 

Napa,CA 94558-9668 (707)224-5709 

Contact: Garrett Brown, Pres. 

Established in 1979 in CA. 

Donor(s): Garrett Brown, Richard Brown, 

Stucco Stone Products. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$741 ,164 (M); gifts received, $25,800; 

expenditures, $182,036; qualifying distributions, 

$1 81 ,530; giving activities include $173,1 1 6 for 

36 grants (high: $102,000; low: $20) and 

$4,600 for 4 grants to individuals (high: $2,300; 

low: $600). 

Fields of interest: Human services; Christian 

agencies & churches. 

Limitations: No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

DeadV/nefsJ: None 

Officers: Garrett Brown, Pres.; Beverly Brown, 
V.P.; Joseph Peatman, Secy. 
EIN: 942623602 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$18,000 to Choix De Vie, Napa, CA. 
$7,500 to Prison Fellowship Ministries. 
$7,000 to Kingdom Counsel. 
$4,500 to World Vision. 
$3,750 to Coral Ridge Ministries, Fort 

Lauderdale, FL. 

$3,750 to Salvation Army of Napa, Napa, CA. 
$2,750 to American Bible Society, NYC, NY. 
$2,500 to Boys and Girls Club. 
$1 ,500 to Bibles for the World, Wheaton, IL. 
$1,000 to Redwood Gospel Mission, Santa 
Rosa, CA. 



EIN: 770390011 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$25,000 to Focus on Family, Colorado Springs, 

CO. 
$25,000 to World Sports Ministries, Bonita 

Springs, FL. 
$1 0,000 to Fruitvale Community Church, 

Bakersfield, CA. 
$5,000 to Goleta Valley Community Hospital, 

Santa Barbara, CA. 
$5,000 to Master Media International, Redlands, 

CA. 
$3,000 to Good News Communications, 

Camarillo, CA. 
$2,000 to Campus Crusade for Christ 

International, Orlando, FL. 



394 
Robert L. Lipped Foundation & 

595 Market St., Ste. 2470 

San Francisco, CA 94105-2836 

Contact: James A. Stonehouse, Pres. 

Application address: 51 2 Westline Dr., No. 300, 

Alameda,CA 94501 

Established in 1990 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,289,081 (M); expenditures, $88,574; 
qualifying distributions, $78,085; giving 
activities include $54,890 for 6 grants (high: 
$25,000; low: $500) and $23,636 for 12 grants 
to individuals (high: $1 2,636; low: $500). 
Fields of interest: Museums; food services, 
congregate meals; athletics/sports, school 
programs; boys & girls clubs; Boy Scouts. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to Alameda, CA. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Dead/meCsJ.-None 

Officers: James A. Stonehouse, Pres.; Rick V. 
McKinley, Secy.; Felipe R. Santiago, Treas. 
Trustees: Richard H. Sherratt, Edward W. 
Withrowjr. 
EIN: 9431 08580 



393 

The James and Joan Lindsey Family 
Foundation 

1 Hidden Ln. 
Bakersfield, CA 93309 
Contact: Joan Annie Lindsey, Pres. 
Application address: 2000 Oak St., Ste. 1-C, 
Bakersfield, CA 93301 ; Tel.: (805) 323-5992 

Established in 1994. 

Donor(s): James B. Lindsey, Jr., Jean Lindsey. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,1 86,904 (M); expenditures, $88,507; 

qualifying distributions, $74,707; giving 

activities include $75,000 for 7 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $2,000). 

Fields of interest: Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: 

initial approach: Proposal 

Deacfl/ne<y.'None 

Final notification: 2 months 
Officers: Joan Annie Lindsey, Pres.; James B. 
Lindsey, Jr., Secy.-Treas. 



395 
Lodzer Organization of California, Inc. 

c/oSydSchuldiner 

6349 W. 6th St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90048 

Contact: Nathan Shapow 

Application address: 5850 Venice Blvd., Los 

Angeles, CA 9001 9 

Established in 1975 in CA. 

Donor(s): Martin Magnes, Nathan Shapow. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$15,766 (M); gifts received, $231,601; 

expenditures, $249,772; qualifying distributions, 

$148,800; giving activities include $148,820 for 

22 grants (high: $33,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Museums; hospitals (general); 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

International interests: Israel. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 



Officers: Harry Eisen, Pres.; I. Chorob, 1 st V.P.; 

Frieda Bluman, 2nd V.P.; Irene Gutowicz, 

Corresponding Secy.; Goldie Sack, Recording 

Secy.; Herbert Winter, Financial Secy.; Kal 

Berson, Treas. 

Trustees: David Burk, Leon Gutowicz, Joe Levitt. 

EIN: 51 01 79577 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$33,000 to Anti-Defamation League of Bnai 

Brith, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 0,000 to Martyrs Memorial and Museum of 

the Holocaust, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Aish HaTorah, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to American Israel Public Affairs 

Committee, DC. 
$5,000 to Congregation Beth Israel, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$5,000 to Medical Development for Israel, NYC, 

NY. 

$3,000 to Jewish National Fund. 
$2,000 to Jewish Federation Council of Greater 

Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Whittier College, School of Law, 

Whittier, CA. 
$750 to University of California, Los Angeles, 

CA. 



396 
Los Altos Community Foundation 

183HillviewAve. 

Los Altos, CA 94022 (650)941-3311 

Contact: Roy Lave, Chair. 

FAX: (650) 949-3395; URL: http;// 

www.losaltoscf.org 

Established in 1991 in CA. 

Foundation type: Community 

financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$434,376 (M); gifts received, $ 1 1 4,1 99; 

expenditures, $84,868; giving activities include 

$55,150 for 8 grants (high: $7,500; low: $500), 

$1,249 for 2 foundation-administered programs 

and $24,000 for 12 in-kind gifts. 

Fields of interest: Community development; 

philanthropy/voluntarism. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Altos and 

Los Altos Hills, CA, and surrounding 

unincorporated areas. 

Publications: Annual report, informational 

brochure, program policy statement. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deacf/mefsJ:None 

Board meeting date(s): 3rd Wednesday of 

each month 

Officers and Directors:* Roy Lave,* Chair, and 
Pres.; Jim Reynolds,* Secy.; Dennis Young,* 
Treas.; and 38 additional directors. 
EIN: 770273721 



397 
Lowitz Foundation 

11 400 W.Olympic, No. 1200 

Los Angeles, CA 90064-2691 

Contact: Barry Lowitz, Pres. 

Additional address: 520 N. Kenter, Los Angeles, 

CA 90049; Tel.: (31 0)996-541 8 

Established in 1954. 
Donor(s): Joseph Lowitz. 



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Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,726,856 (M); gifts received, $4,304; 

expenditures, $109,255; qualifying distributions, 

$ 1 02,551 ; giving activities include $ 1 02,685 for 

22 grants (high: $50,190; low: $40). 

Fields of interest: Education; human services; 

hospices; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline(s): None 

Officers: Barry Lowitz, Pres.; Joseph Lowitz, 
Secy. 

EIN: 9560481 32 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$37,000 to American Home Health Hospice, 

Santa Ana, CA. 
$1 0,1 80 to Anti-Defamation League of Bnai 

Brith, Los Angeles, CA. 

$2,700 to University Synagogue, Pasadena, CA. 
$1,300 to Temple Beth Am, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to Hawaii Preparatory Academy, 

Kamuela, HI. 
$1,000 to Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$800 to University of California, Los Angeles, 

CA. 

$250 to Reed College, Portland, OR. 
$200 to De Paul University, Chicago, IL. 
$ 1 00 to Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of 

Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 



398 
Oatha & Una Lucky Scholarship Trust 

P.O. Box 56 

Lakeport,CA 95453 

Contact: Perry Deweese, Tr., or Mary 

Hopper-Paiva, Tr. 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Donor(s): Oatha G. Lucky,* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1,784,035 (M); gifts received, $859,945; 

expenditures, $248,769; qualifying distributions, 

$1 04,21 0; giving activities include $59,750 for 

69 grants to individuals (high: $2,000; low: 

$250). 

Purpose and activities: Awards scholarships 

only to graduates of Clearlake High School. 

Types of support: Scholarships^) individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to residents of 

Lakeport, CA. 

Application information: Scholarship 

application forms available at the Clearlake 

High School office. Application form required. 

Deacf//neCsJ;May1 

Trustees: Perry Deweese, Mary R. Hopper-Paiva. 
EIN: 6861 21 297 



399 
Lutheran Good Samaritan Society, Inc. i? 

245 Heliotrope Ave. 
Corona del Mar, CA 92625 
Contact: Jane Hilgendorf, Secy.-Treas. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$580,340 (M); expenditures, $84,535; 



qualifying distributions, $72,486; giving 

activities include $63,194 for 25 grants (high: 

$13,1 99; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; health care; 

health associations; human services; 

philanthropy/voluntarism; Protestant agencies & 

churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Orange County, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Board meeting date(s): Oct. 1 8 
Officers and Directors:* Nancy Halliwell 
Carnie,* Pres.; Michael Abbott,* V.P.; Don W. 
Hilgendorf,* V.P.; Paula Hilgendorf,* V.P.; Helen 
Tuten,* V.P.; Jane Hilgendorf,* Secy.-Treas. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 952282411 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$400,264 to Studley Family Foundation, Lake 

Worth, FL. For general support. 
$4,000 to Friends of Oasis, Corona Del Mar, 

CA. For general support. 
$2,000 to Boise Art Museum, Boise, ID. For 

general support. 
$2,000 to Lutheran Social Services. For general 

support. 
$2,000 to Union Station Foundation, Pasadena, 

CA. For general support. 
$1 ,500 to Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$1,500 to City of Hope National Medical 

Center, Duarte, CA. For general support. 
$1,000 to Orange Coast College Foundation, 

Costa Mesa, CA. For general support. 
$1,000 to Saint Pauls Lutheran Church. For 

general support. 
$600 to Peregrine Fund, Santa Cruz, CA. For 

general support. 



400 
Lutz Foundation 

1251 Grizzly Peak Blvd. 
Berkeley, CA 94708 
Contact: Gregory P. Lutz, Tr. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Gregory P. Lutz. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,667,436 (M); expenditures, $49,273; 

qualifying distributions, $35,397; giving 

activities include $33,500 for 2 grants (high: 

$30,000; low: $3,500). 

fields of interest: Natural resource conservation 

& protection; environment. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. 

Application information: The foundation prefers 

to initiate contact with potential donees; 

unsolicited requests for funds not considered or 

acknowledged. 

Trustees: Elizabeth Lutz, Gregory P. Lutz. 

EIN: 943033875 



401 
The Lyda-Rico DeLuca Foundation, Inc. 

(Formerly Lyda-Rico Foundation, Inc.) 
832 Barren Ave. 

Redwood City, CA 94063 (510)839-6527 
Contact: Robert A. Gaddini, Pres. 

Established in 1971 as Lyda-Rico Foundation. 

Donor(s): Harold J. DeLuca, Leontine A. 

DeLuca,* Josephine Peirano. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$432,365 (M); gifts received, $10,000; 

expenditures, $190,767; qualifying distributions, 

$189,653; giving activities include $187,500 for 

20 grants (high: $1 15,000; low: $1,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving for a recreation 

center for the handicapped, health associations, 

Catholic and other secondary schools, social 

services and youth clubs. 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; secondary school/education; health 

associations; human services; youth, services; 

Roman Catholic agencies & churches; religion; 

disabled. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Grants generally not in 

excess of $10,000. 

Initial approach: Letter 
Officers: Robert A. Gaddini, Pres.; Carol De 
Vincenzi, Secy.; David F. Thomas, Treas. 
EIN: 941 739033 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$1 15,000 to Bellarmine Preparatory School, San 

Jose, CA. 
$1 6,000 to Saint Marys Community Center, 

Oakland, CA. 
$1 5,000 to Saint Ignatius College Preparatory 

School San Francisco, CA. 
$15,000 to Service League of San Mateo 

County, Redwood City, CA. 
$5,000 to Recreation Center for the 

Handicapped, San Francisco, CA. 
$2,000 to Fellowship Academy, San Francisco, 

CA. 

$2,000 to NET Ministries, West Saint Paul, MN. 
$1,500 to Holy Names College, Oakland, CA. 
$1,500 to Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, 

Saratoga, CA. 
$ 1 ,500 to Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and 

Mary, Los Gatos, CA. 



402 
William D. Lynch Foundation for Children 

(Formerly William D. Lynch Foundation) 

1 23 Camino De La Reina, Ste. 202 

San Diego, CA 92108 

Conracf: Scott B. Himelstein, Exec. Dir. 

Additional address: 225 Broadway, Ste. 1230, 

San Diego, CA 

Established in 1991 inCA. 

Donor(s): William D. Lynch. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$59,905 (M); gifts received, $362,586; 

expenditures, $463,992; qualifying distributions, 

$81,1 97; giving activities include $81,202 for 

26 grants (high: $15,000; low: $1,000) and 

$271 ,100 for 4 foundation-administered 

programs. 



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Fields of interest: Education; human services. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in San Diego 
County, CA. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadlines): None 

Officers: Donna Lynch, Secy.; William D. 
Lynch, C.F.O.; Scott B. Himelstein, Exec. Dir. 
EIN: 33051 6414 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$1 5,000 to Reading Recovery Council of North 

America, Columbus, OH. For general support. 
$11 ,600 to Rolling Readers U.S.A., Los Angeles, 

CA. For general support. 
$8,000 to Cajon Valley Union School District, El 

Cajon, CA. For reading recovery teacher 

training program. 
$5,000 to Chamber of Commerce of San Diego, 

San Diego, CA. For general support of 

Insights. 
$5,000 to City Club of San Diego, La Jolla, CA. 

For general support. 
$5,000 to Poway Unified School District, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$2,500 to ACCION International, Somerville, 

MA. For general support. 
$2,308 to San Diego Unified School District, 

San Diego, CA. For general support of 

Literacy Kictoff. 
$2,250 to American Ireland Fund, Boston, MA. 

For general support. 
$1,500 to San Diego Council on Literacy, San 

Diego, CA. For general support. 



403 
Genera! and Mrs. William Lyon Family 

Foundation & 
P.O. Box 8858 

Newport Beach, CA 92658-8858 
(949) 833-3600 
Contact: General or Mrs. William Lyon 

Established in 1988. 

Donor(s): William Lyon, Willa Dean Lyon. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$330 (M); gifts received, $125,000; 

expenditures, $125,059; qualifying distributions, 

$125,000; giving activities include $125,000 for 

2 grants (high: $100,000; low: $25,000). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; higher 

education; human services. 

Types of support: Annual campaigns; 

building/renovation. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Publications: Application guidelines. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Typed letter 

Deadlines): None 

Officers: William Lyon, Pres.; Willa Dean Lyon, 
Secy.-Treas.; Cynthia E. Hardgrave, Mgr. 
EIN: 330308853 



404 
Lyons Family Foundation, Inc. 

c/o Steve Lyons 
3868 State St., Ste. 202 
Santa Barbara, CA 93105 



Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Evelyn Lyons Coleman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$33,807 (M); gifts received, $65,000; 

expenditures, $89,661 ; qualifying distributions, 

$87,875; giving activities include $87,875 for 

36 grants (high: $21,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Health associations; human 

services; race/intergroup relations; Jewish 

federated giving programs; Jewish agencies & 

temples; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Santa Barbara and Los Angeles, CA. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Evelyn Lyons Coleman, Pres.; Steven 

Lyons, Secy, and C.F.O. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 770260636 



405 
Chuan Lyu Foundation 

(Formerly The Lee Foundation) 
132 Isabella Ave. 
Atherton,CA 94027 
Cbrtfacf: Hwalin Lee, Pres. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Hwalin Lee, Sue Lui. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$1,605,053 (M); gifts received, $60,000; 

expenditures, $39,666; qualifying distributions, 

$75,420; giving activities include $21,727 for 

15grants(high:$11,000;low:$15). 

Purpose and activities: Support for the study of 

topics related to Taiwan. 

Fields of interest: Arts, cultural/ethnic 

awareness; education. 

International interests: Taiwan. 

Types of support: Program development. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

for Taiwan-related projects. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer and Trustee:* Hwalin Lee,* Pres. 

EIN: 586203563 



406 
The MacDonnell Foundation 

P.O. Box 29906 

San Francisco, CA 94129-0906 

(415)561-6540 

Confact: Lyman H. Casey, Exec. Dir. 

FAX: (41 5) 561 -6477 

Established in 1989 in CA and DC 

Donor(s): Jannine B. MacDonnell, Robert I. 

MacDonnell. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$6,100 (M); gifts received, $165,500; 

expenditures, $169,965; qualifying distributions, 

$169,965; giving activities include $105,131 for 

31 grants (high: $100,000; low: $1,500; 

average: $1,500-$25,000). 

Purpose and activities: "Primarily interested in 

programs which support disadvantaged 

children, youth, and families in the counties of 



San Francisco, San Mateo, and Napa, CA. Of 
special interest to the foundation are programs 
that reward accomplishment and encourage 
motivated, low-income youth to achieve 
excellence in the areas of education, sports 
and/or social activities. Programs which serve to 
foster self-reliance for the homeless and 
economically disadvantaged." 
Fields of interest: Education; recreation; human 
services; children & youth, services; 
economically disadvantaged. 
Types of support: Program development. 
Limitations: Giving limited to San Francisco, 
San Mateo, and Napa counties, CA. No support 
for hospitals, the arts, or programs for the 
elderly. No grants to individuals, or for annual 
campaigns, or endowment funds. Capital 
campaigns considered on a limited basis. 
Publications: Multi-year report (including 
application guidelines). 

Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Written proposal 
Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: 12 weeks prior to board meeting 
Board meeting date(s): Spring and fall 
Final notification: By letter following board 

meeting 

Officers and Directors:* Jannine B. 
MacDonnell,* Pres.; Robert I. MacDonnell,* 
Secy.-Treas. 

Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 9431 04774 



407 
MacNaughton Family Foundation it 

950 Tower Ln., Ste. 11 70 
Foster City, CA 94404-2121 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,560,531 (M); gifts received, $800,822; 

expenditures, $47,642; qualifying distributions, 

$45,623; giving activities include $46,500 for 3 

grants (high: $30,000; low: $1,500). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; Boy Scouts. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Angus A. MacNaughton. 

Director: Francoise Jacot. 

EIN: 94670031 2 



408 
Raymond Mallei Foundation 

P.O. Box 261 114 

Encino,CA 91426 (626)351-9431 

Contort: Raymond Henry Mallei, Pres. 

Established in 1977. 

Donor(s): Raymond Henry Mallei. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,275,016 (M); expenditures, $80,464; 

qualifying distributions, $77,021 ; giving 

activities include $77,995 for 24 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Education; human services; 

Jewish federated giving programs; Jewish 

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Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, 
CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadlines): None 

Final notification: Nov. 

Officers: Raymond Henry Mallei, Pres.; David 
Mallei, Secy. 
EIN: 9531 80936 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$14,000 to Gesher Foundation, NYC, NY. For 

general support. 
$14,000 to Yeshiva Gedolah, Los Angeles, CA. 

For general support. 
$1 1 ,000 to Sephardic Education Center in 

Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel. 2 grants: $5,500 

each (For general support). 
$8,000 to American Friends of Ariel, Coconut 

Creek, PL. For general support. 
$5,500 to Sephardic Educational Center in 

Jerusalem, Los Angeles, CA. For general 

support. 
$1,000 to Bais Yaakov School for Girls, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,000 to Casa Youth Shelter, Los Alamitos, CA. 

For general support. 



409 

The Douglas F. Manchester Life 
Foundation 

1 Market PI., 33rd Fl. 
San Diego, CA 92101 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Pacific Landmark Hotel, Ltd. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$159,642 (M); gifts received, $158,320; 

expenditures, $1 82,747; qualifying distributions, 

$1 78,856; giving activities include $1 79,246 for 

20 grants (high: $83,334; low: $40), 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; higher education; human services; 

Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Douglas F. Manchester, Chair.; 

Elizabeth C. Manchester, V.P.; Bradford N. 

Raulston, Secy.; Mary E. Eldredge, Treas. 

EIN: 33041 6002 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$83,334 to Alexis de Tocqueville Society, San 

Diego, CA. For child abuse prevention 

programs. 
$30,000 to San Diego National Sports Training 

Foundation, San Diego, CA. 
$10,000 to All-American Singers, Spring Valley, 

CA. For teen outreach/national pride program. 
$10,000 to Bishops School, La Jolla, CA. 
$10,000 to University of San Diego, Hughes 

Administration Center, San Diego, CA. 
$5,000 to Annual Catholic Appeal, Seattle, WA. 
$3,600 to Aztec Athletic Foundation, San Diego, 

CA. 
$1 ,000 to San Diego Council on Literacy, San 

Diego, CA. 
$1,000 to YMCA of La Jolla, La Jolla, CA. For 

athletics programs, 
$400 to Young Life, San Diego, CA. 



410 
Mandel Family Foundation 

c/o Clumeck, Stem, Phillips & Schwartz 
17404 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 200 
Encino,CA 91316 

Established in 1962 in CA. 

Donor(s): Eric Mandel. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data fyr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,611 ,904 (M); gifts received, $ 1 3,000; 

expenditures, $125,622; qualifying distributions, 

$1 14,540; giving activities include $1 10,875 for 

48 grants (high: $25,000; low: $100). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

population control and family planning. Support 

also for international relief efforts. 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; family planning; human services; 

international development; civil rights, advocacy. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals, 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Eric Mandel, Eugene D. Mandel, 

Helen W. Mandel, Halle Mandel Sadie. 

EIN: 956046826 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$25,000 to Reproductive Health Technology. 

$1 0,000 to Abortion Rights Mobilization, NYC, 

NY. 
$10,000 to National Trust for Historic 

Preservation, San Francisco, CA. 
$1 0,000 to Planned Parenthood of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$10,000 to Reproductive Health Technologies 

Project, DC. 
$6,000 to Laguardia Education Fund, Long 

Island City, NY. 
$5,000 to Cascade County Historical Society, 

Great Falls, MT. 

$3,000 to AVSC International, NYC, NY. 
$1,600 to Literary Arts, Portland, OR. 
$ 1,000 to Make-A-Wish Foundation, Los 

Angeles, CA. 



411 
Armin & Anna Mandel Foundation 

1 337 S. Flower St. 

Los Angeles, CA 90015 (213)749-3361 

Established in 1982. 

Donor(s): Anna Mandel, Armin Mandel. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$897,616 (M); gifts received, $199,369; 

expenditures, $72,244; qualifying distributions, 

$60,950; giving activities include $60,000 for 4 

grants (high: $30,000; low: $10,000), 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; Jewish agencies & temples; religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in NY and CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Armin Mandel, Pres.; Anna Mandei, 

Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 953793601 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 



$25,000 to American Friends of Harim 

Institutions of Israel, NYC, NY. 
$25,000 to Torah Vyirah Rabbinical College, 

Brooklyn, NY. 
$10,000 to Yeshiva Rav Isacsohn Torath Emeth 

Academy, Los Angeles, CA. 
55,000 to Cheder Menachem. 
$5,000 to Yeshiva Gedolah, Los Angeles, CA. 



412 
Rhonda Fleming Mann Foundation 

(Formerly Rhonda Fleming Foundation) 
10100 Santa Monica Blvd., Ste. 900 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 
Contact: Rhonda Fleming Mann, Pres. 
Additional address: 10281 Century Woods 
Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90067 

Established in 1984. 

Donor(s): Ted Mann. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$37,134 (M); gifts received, $100,000; 

expenditures, $81,934; qualifying distributions, 

$81,910; giving activities include $80,233 for 

54 grants (high: $13,900; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Media/communications; 

education; health care; child abuse prevention; 

human services; Christian agencies & churches; 

homeless. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. 

Officers: Rhonda Fleming Mann, Pres.; Ted 

Mann, V.P. and Treas.; David B. Sarver, Secy. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 953950678 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$1 3,900 to World Opportunities International, 

Hollywood, CA. For general support. 
$6,280 to Crystal Cathedral Ministries, Garden 

Grove. CA. For general support. 
$4,800 to University of California at Los Angeles 

Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. For general 

support. 
$4,325 to Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation, 

Los Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$2,750 to Pet Adoption Fund, Canoga Park, CA. 

For general support. 
$2,1 00 to Music Center of Los Angeles County, 

Los Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,570 to Thalians, The, Los Angeles, CA. For 

general support. 
$1,500 to Childrens Burn Foundation, Sherman 

Oaks, CA. For general support. 
$1,300 to National Council on Bible 

Curriculum, Greensboro, NC. For general 

support. 
$1,200 to Fred Jordan Missions, Covina, CA. For 

general support. 



413 
The Maurice Marciano Family Foundation 

1 SOS. Rodeo Dr., Ste. 270 
Beverly Hills, CA 90212 

Established in 1995. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$958,330 (M); gifts received, $1,010,000; 

expenditures, $51,428; qualifying distributions, 



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$50,000; giving activities include $50,000 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Historical activities. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: G. Nicholas Bires, Secy, and C.F.O. 

Director: Maurice Marciano. 

EIN: 954554525 



414 

The Marguerite Home and Charitable 
Trust 

(Formerly The Marguerite Home Association) 
555 Capitol Mai I, Ste. 200 
Sacramento, CA 95814-4557 

Established in 1884 in CA. 

Donor(s): Margaret Crocker.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,278,050 (M); expenditures, $59,500; 

qualifying distributions, $57,973; giving 

activities include $50,850 for 1 9 grants to 

individuals (high: $4,500; low: $250). 

Purpose and activities: Support limited to 

financial assistance to needy, elderly single 

women in the Sacramento, CA, area. 

Fields of interest: Aging; women; economically 

disadvantaged. 

Types of support: Continuing support; grants to 

individuals. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the Sacramento/ CA f area. No grants 

for public charities or to governmentally 

supported programs. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected individuals; unsolicited requests for 

funds not accepted. 

Board meeting cfetefsj.-june, Sept. or Oct. 
Officers and Directors:* Lawrence A. Schei,* 
Pres.; Gene Pendergast,* V.P.; William H. 
Schaw,* V.P.; Carl E. Spilman,* Secy.; Thomas R. 
Bolton,* Treas. 

Number of staff: 2 part-time support. 
EIN: 946065622 



415 
Chris & Helen Marinos Charitable 

Foundation M 
1937LaRamadaDr. 
Camarillo,CA 93012 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Donor(s): Helen W. Marinos. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,497,677 (M); gifts received, $1,627,401 ; 

expenditures, $48; qualifying distributions, $0. 

Purpose and activities: "All organizations must 

be qualified under IRC Sec 501 (c) 3" to be 

considered for grants. 

Application information: No grants paid in 

1996. First year of operation. 

Trustees: Jeffrey C. Brown, Timothy Donahue, 

M.D., DirkGastaldo, Helen W. Marinos. 

HN: 7761 26670 



416 

Albert C. and Bertha P. Markstein 
Foundation 

650akQ. 
Danville, CA 94526 

Established in 1991 in CA. 

Donor(s): Albert C. Markstein, Bertha P. 

Markstein. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$747,237 (L); gifts received, $350,000; 

expenditures, $142,261 ; qualifying distributions, 

$1 41 ,01 1 ; giving activities include $1 40,000 for 

6 grants (high: $100,000; low: $5,000). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); human 

services; community development; 

philanthropy/voluntarism. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Oakland, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Albert C. Markstein,* 

C.E.O.; Bertha P. Markstein,* V.P.; Robert C. 

Markstein,* V.P.; John C. Ricksen, Secy. 

EIN: 680261458 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$1 00,000 to Summit Medical Center 

Foundation, Oakland, CA. For general 

support of cancer education program. 
$1 5,000 to Hispanic Community Affairs 

Council, Hayward, CA. For scholarships. 
$1 0,000 to John Muir Foundation, Walnut 

Creek, CA. For general support 
$5,000 to Childrens Home Society of California, 

Oakland, CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Childrens Hospital, Oakland, CA. For 

general support. 
$5,000 to Clausen House, Oakland, CA. For 

general support. 



417 
The Gilbert J. Martin Foundation 

685 Turquoise St. 
LaJolla,CA 92037-8131 
Contort: Gilbert J. Martin, Mgr. 

Established in 1983. 

Donor(s): Gilbert J.Martin. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$245,206 (M); expenditures, $86,205; 

qualifying distributions, $82,000; giving 

activities include $82,000 for 20 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Diego County, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer. Gilbert J. Martin, Mgr. 

Trustees: Roger Anderson, Marc Lanci. 

EIN: 33000251 3 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$25,000 to Bishops School, La Jolla, CA. For 

scholarships. 
$6,000 to Rotary Club Foundation of La Jolla, La 

Jolla, CA. 



$5,000 to University of California-San Diego, 

School of Medicine, La Jolla, CA. 
$5,000 to YMCA of La Jolla, La Jolla, CA. 
$4,000 to American Cancer Society, CA. 
$3,500 to La Jolla Presbyterian Church, La Jolla, 

CA. 
$2,500 to San Diego State University, San 

Diego, CA. For scholarships. 
$1,500 to Albertson College of Idaho, Caldwell, 

ID. 

$1,500 to City of Hope, CA. 
$1 ,500 to University of California, Los Angeles, 

CA. 



418 

Peter and Madeleine Martin Foundation 
for the Creative Arts* 

466 Filbert St. 

San Francisco, CA 94133 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Lavinia Dimond. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,109,195 (M); gifts received, $10,000; 

expenditures, $1 1 7,326; qualifying distributions, 

$88,800; giving activities include $71,350 for 7 

grants (high: $25,000; low: $5,000) and 

$1 7,450 for 4 grants to individuals (high: 

$15,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs. 

International interests: Global programs. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds; 

program-related investments/loans; grants to 

individuals. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Albuquerque, NM. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Lavinia Dimond, Pres.; Terry St. John, 

V.P.; Allan Friedman, Secy.; Charles R. Strong, 

C.F.O. 

EIN: 9431 13049 



419 
Dr, Harry Z. & Ruth M. Marx Foundation 

c/o McDermand & McDermand 
1 545 Hotel Or. S., Ste. 180 
San Diego, CA 92108 
Contact: Kenneth E. Finn, Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1 966 as the Harry and Helen 

Marx Foundation. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,265,745 (M); expenditures, $107,946; 

qualifying distributions, $106,279; giving 

activities include $1 05,000 for 1 1 grants (high: 

$40,000; low: $2,000). 

Fields of interest: Health care; health 

associations; cancer; AIDS; AIDS research; 

human services; disabled. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Diego, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Trustees:* Ruth M. Marx,* Pres.; 

Beverly R. Grant,* V.P.; Kenneth E. Finn,* 

Secy.-Treas.; Renee A. Neuzil, Jessie H. Wildt. 

EIN: 237044558 



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420 
McBeth Foundation 

640 Pearl St. 

Laguna Beach, CA 92651 

Established in 1989 in CA. 

Donor(s): Barbara Woodruff. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1,751,034 (M); expenditures, $124,367; 

qualifying distributions, $105,217; giving 

activities include $98,800 for 6 grants (high: 

$40,000; low: $2,000). 

Fields of interest: Television; higher education; 

veterinary medicine. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead/;nefe):Dec.31 

Trustees: Barbara Ogle, Barbara Woodruff. 
BIN: 330399736 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$30,000 to K C E-TV, Huntington Beach, CA. 

For programs. 
$7,500 to Rescuing Unwanted Furry Friends 

(RUFF), Laguna Beach, CA. For programs. 
$7,500 to University of California, Wildlife 

Center, Davis, CA. For programs. 
$5,000 to California Dressage Society, Carmel 

Valley, CA. For educational programs in 

Laguna Beach, CA. 



421 
The McCune Foundation 

2979 Eucalyptus Hill Rd. 
Montecito,CA 93108 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Sara Miller McCune. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 02/28/97): Assets, 

$15,579 (M); gifts received, $47,000; 

expenditures, $53,758; qualifying distributions, 

$51,188; giving activities include $51,188 for 

1 1 grants (high: $1 8,500; low: $1 65; average: 

$250-$2,500). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

higher education with emphasis on 

interdisciplinary social sciences, and for social 

development. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; 

graduate/professional education; youth 

development; women's studies. 

International interests: United Kingdom; India. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the U.S., India, and the United 

Kingdom. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Board meeting date(s): Usually in Feb. 
Officers and Directors:* Sara Miller McCune,* 
Chair., Pres., and C.F.O.; David McCune,* 
Vice-Chair, and V.P.; Susan Watt,* Secy.; Sandra 
Ball-Rokeach, Marilyn Gittell, Vicki Fisher 
Magasinn, Susan M. McCune-Santi, Margaret 
Sirot-Habl, Daniel Thursz. 
EIN: 770242953 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$1 8,500 to University of California at Santa 

Barbara Foundation, Santa Barbara, CA. 



$16,000 to Graduate School and University 

Center of the City University of New York, 

NYC, NY. 
$7,200 to Center for Advanced Study in the 

Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, CA. 
$2,600 to Center for Media Literacy, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$2,500 to University of Southern California, 

Center for Feminist Research, Los Angeles, 

CA. 

$1,500 to Sage Scholarship Fund. 
$961 toTulane University, New Orleans, LA. 

For book scholarship. 
$762 to London School of Economics and 

Political Science, London, England. 
$500 to American Academy of Political and 

Social Science, Philadelphia, PA. 
$500 to Fielding institute, Santa Barbara, CA. 



422 
Eva L. McKenzie Memorial Trust Fund 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Trust Tax Dept. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1963. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,167,327 (M); expenditures, $56,821; 
qualifying distributions, $44,942; giving 
activities include $45,405 for grants. 
Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); health 
associations; federated giving programs. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 946072422 



423 
MCR Foundation, Inc. 

8383 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 740 
Beverly Hills, CA 90211 

Established in 1997 in California. 

Donor(s): The Max Webb Lead, UNITRUST. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1 75,035 (M); gifts received, $321,000; 

expenditures, $1 50,000; qualifying distributions, 

$1 50,000; giving activities include $1 50,000 for 

1 grant. 

Fields of interest: General charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Officers and Directors:* Rose Webb Roven,* 

Pres.; D. Gregory Scott,* Secy.; Chara Schreyer,* 

C.F.O. 

EIN: 95461 971 6 



424 
Masud Mehran Foundation 

P.O. Box 640 

San Ramon, CA 94583 

Established in 1984 in CA. 
Donor(s): Masud R. Mehran. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1,948,103 (M); expenditures, $121,726; 



qualifying distributions, $1 1 3,089; giving 

activities include $1 1 4,51 8 for 34 grants (high: 

$33,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 

(general); health care; health associations; 

housing/shelter, development; youth 

development, centers & clubs; human services; 

children & youth, services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No support for organizations 

whose administrative costs are more than a third 

of their total expenditures. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Masud R. Mehran, Pres.; Alexander 

Mehran, V.P. 

Directors: Joseph Claas, Dan L Shehi. 

EIN: 680008630 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$33,000 to Persian Center, Redwood City, CA. 

To build permanent home. 
$17,000 to Golden Gate University, San 

Francisco, CA. For scholarships. 
$10,000 to University of California, Haas 

School of Business, Berkeley, CA. 
$6,000 to California Pacific Medical Center, San 

Francisco, CA. For assistance to patients who 

cannot afford surgery. 
$5,000 to Urban Land Institute, DC. 
$3,500 to Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. 
$3,000 to Nepalese Youth Opportunity 

Foundation, Sausalito, CA. 
$2,000 to Boy Scouts of America, Oakland, CA. 

For summer camp program. 
$2,000 to Lincoln Child Center, Oakland, CA. 
$2,000 to Saint Anthony Foundation, San 

Francisco, CA. 



425 
Littler Mendelson Foundation, Inc. & 

650 California St., 3rd Fl. 
San Francisco, CA 94103 
Contecf.-MarkBirnbaum 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$66,986 (M); gifts received, $135,188; 

expenditures, $77,032; qualifying distributions, 

$77,032; giving activities include $77,032 for 

110 grants (high: $13,300; low: $10). 

Fields of interest: Medical research; recreation; 

human services; law/international law. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; emergency funds; technical 

assistance. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Wesley J. Fastiff, Garry G. Mathiason, 

George J.Tichy II. 

EIN: 911 81 491 3 



426 
Merry Mary Charitable Foundation, Inc. 

8857 W. Olympic Blvd., Ste. 300 
Beverly Hills, CA 90211 (310)657-9107 
Contact Stephen H. Meadow, Pres. 



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Incorporated in 1954 in CA. 
Donor(s): Merry Mary Fabrics, Inc., Teddi of 
California, Inc., South Sea Imports, Inc. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr, ended 03/31/97): Assets, 
$16,209 (M); gifts received, $60,000; 
expenditures, $65,820; qualifying distributions, 
$65,797; giving activities include $65,800 for 
17 grants (high: $12,500; low: $250). 
Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 
(genera!); human services; Jewish agencies & 
temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadlines): None 

Officers: Stephen H. Meadow, Pres.; Mary E. 
Meadow, C.F.O. 
EIN: 953263582 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$1 2,500 to University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 

Ml. 
$1 0,000 to United Jewish Welfare Fund, San 

Bernardino, CA. 
$8,000 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 

$7,500 to Temple Emanuel, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Hebrew Union College-Jewish 

Institute of Religion, Los Angeles, CA. 
$3,500 to Rags for Riches, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,500 to BetTzedek Legal Services, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,500 to American Society for Yad Vashem, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to Electrocardiographic Heartbeat 

Organization, Santa Monica, CA. 
$250 to Brentwood School, Los Angeles, CA. 



427 
Metier Family Charitable Foundation 

c/o Ruben F. Metier 
12846HighwoodSt 
Los Angeles, CA 90049 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Ruben F. Mettler, Donna J. Metier. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data {yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,091,280 (M); gifts received, $489,050; 

expenditures, $69,1 07; qualifying distributions, 

$68,625; giving activities include $65,969 for 8 

grants (high: $25,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Business school/education; 

hospitals (general); human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Ruben F. Mettler, Pres.; Donna J. 

Mettler, V.P. 

EIN: 954084696 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$25,000 to Institute for International Economics, 

DC. For general support. 
$1 5,788 to Saint Johns Hospital and Health 

Center, Santa Monica, CA. For general 

support. 
$14,681 to Programs for the Developmental ly 

Handicapped, Canyon Country, CA. For 

general support. 



$4,000 to Saint Johns Hospital and Health 

Center Foundation, Santa Monica, CA. For 

general support. 
$2,000 to Huntington Society of Fellows, 

Huntington Beach, CA. For general support. 
$2,000 to Music Center Unified Fund, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,500 to K C E T Community Television of 

Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. For 

general support. 
$1 ,000 to John Wayne Institute for Cancer 

Treatment and Research, Santa Monica, CA. 

For general support. 



428 
G. H. C. Meyer Family Foundation 

2307 Scott St. 

San Francisco, CA 94115 (415)929-9007 

Contact: Harriet M. Quarre, V.P. 

Established in 1973 in CA. 

Donor(s): Wilson Meyer, 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$645,398 (M); expenditures, $86,551 ; 

qualifying distributions, $81,700; giving 

activities include $81,000 for 12 grants (high: 

$5 1,000; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

cultural programs; support also for education, 

especially in the sciences, and world affairs. 

Fields of interest: Opera; arts/cultural programs; 

education; international studies. 

Types of support: Continuing support; annual 

campaigns; capital campaigns; 

building/renovation; emergency funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the San 

Francisco Bay Area, CA. No support for private 

foundations. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadlines): None 

Board meeting date(s): Dec. 
Officers: Jeffrey W. Meyer, Pres.; Harriet M. 
Quarre, V.P.; William M. Farrell, Secy.-Treas. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 9461 84596 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$65,000 to San Francisco Opera Association, 

San Francisco, CA. 
$25,000 to World Affairs Council of Northern 

California, San Francisco, CA. 
$5,000 to San Francisco Opera, San Francisco, 

CA. For Merola Fund. 
$1 ,500 to Saint Anthony Foundation, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$1,500 to San Francisco Ballet, San Francisco, 

CA. 
$1 ,500 to San Francisco Host Committee, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$1,500 to San Francisco Symphony, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$500 to American Conservatory Theater (ACT), 

San Francisco, CA. 
$500 to Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 

San Francisco, CA. 
$250 to Santa Fe Opera, Santa Fe, NM. 



429 
The Michelson Foundation 

P.O, Box 29906 

San Francisco, CA 94129-0906 

(415)561-6540 

Contact: Mary S. Callender, Exec. Dir. 

FAX: (41 5)561 -6477 

Established in 1991 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,255,096 (M); gifts received, $352,771; 

expenditures, $42,789; qualifying distributions, 

$35,598; giving activities include $8,934 for 16 

grants (average: $1 ,500-$20,OQO). 

Purpose and activities: "The foundation's 

primary interest lies in supporting organizations 

which benefit children, youth and families 

through programs which address education, 

human services and health care needs. The 

board is also interested in organizations which 

provide mental health services for children and 

adults, and pregnancy prevention programs." 

Fields of interest: Early childhood education; 

education; mental health/crisis services; children 

& youth, services. 

Types of support: Equipment; program 

development. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in San Mateo 

County, CA, and to a limited degree in San 

Francisco, CA. 

Publications: Application guidelines. 

Application information: Application form not 



Deadline: 1 2 weeks before board meeting 
Board meeting date(s):]ur\e and Dec. 

Officers: Michael W. Michelson, Pres.; Ellen A. 

Michelson, V.P.; Susan P. Schoenthaler, Treas. 

andC.F.0. 

EIN: 9431 31 676 



430 

Margaret Mary & Owens Miller 
Charitable Trust 

5919W.3rdSt,Ste.1A 

Los Angeles, CA 90036-2833 (323)937-1300 

Contact: Owens 0. Miller, Tr. 

Established in 1955. 
Donor(s): W, Owens Miller. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/96): Assets, 
$1 ,226,779 (M); gifts received, $1 1 3,000; 
expenditures, $108,444; qualifying distributions, 
$1 08,444; giving activities include $1 06,900 for 
37 grants (high: $1 9,000; low: $1 00). 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
education; hospitals (general); human services; 
Christian agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

DeadJine(s): None 

Trustees: Margaret Mary Miller, O'Malley M. 
Miller, Owens 0. Miller. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 956095785 



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431 

Robert C, & Barbara P. Miller Family 
Foundation * 

51 5 Mountain Home Rd. 
Woodside,CA 94062 

Establishedin1994inCA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 
$1,005,660 (M); gifts received, $200,000; 
expenditures, $159,542; qualifying distributions, 
$141,944; giving activities include $143,871 for 
4 grants (high: $74,871 ; low: $3,000). 
Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 
education; higher education; community 
development, neighborhood development; 
Christian agencies & churches. 
Limitations: No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deafcfe):None 
Trustee: Robert C. Miller. 
BIN: 94321 5327 



432 
Casper Mills Scholarship Foundation 

c/o Pecora 

6264NitaAve. 

Woodland Hills, CA 91367 (310)444-9839 

Contact: Bernard Axelrad, Secy. 

Application address: 1 2340 Santa Monica Blvd., 

Rm. 21 2, Los Angeles, CA 90025 

Established in 1976. 
Donor(s): Casper Mills.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/97): Assets, 
$1,165,322 (M); expenditures, $1 65,827; 
qualifying distributions, $67,500; giving 
activities include $48,500 for 1 6 grants to 
individuals (high: $5,000; low: $2,000). 
Fields of interest: Higher education; 
economically disadvantaged. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to residents of CA. 
Publications: Program policy statement. 
Application information: Interviews required for 
scholarship consideration. 
Initial approach: Write for deadlines and 

application guidelines 

Officers and Directors:* Stanley Sevilla,* Pres.; 
Steven Young,* V.P.; Bernard Axelrad,* Secy.; 
George W. Pecora,* Treas. 
EIN: 5 101 74623 



433 
Minerva Foundation & 

4849 Grizzly Peak Blvd. 

Berkeley, CA 94705-1724 (510)642-1076 

Confacf:ElwinMarg,V.P. 

Established in 1983. 

Donor (s): Elwin Marg, Helen Marg. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,382,262 (M); gifts received, $133,675; 

expenditures, $77,479; qualifying distributions, 

$70,535; giving activities include $30,000 for 

grants and $27,907 for 1 

foundation-administered program. 

Purpose and activities: Support to individuals or 

organizations involved in visual science and 



physiological optics or visual 

nuerophysiological studies of the brain. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; eye 

research. 

Types of support: Research. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Helen Marg, Pres.; Elwin Marg, V.P. 
Directors: Richard Buxbaum, Lawrence Stark. 
EIN: 942940281 



434 
Missionary Enterprises 

P.O. Box 21 27 
LaHabra,CA 90632-2127 

Established in 1961. 

Donor(s): Paul R. Goodman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$37,745 (M); gifts received, $79,1 03; 

expenditures, $73,91 1; qualifying distributions, 

$91,985; giving activities include $67,91 7 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; Christian agencies & churches; 



Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Paul R. Goodman, Pres.; E. Nelson 

Fay, Secy.; Allene K. Goodman, Treas. 

EIN: 9521 52466 



435 
Jonathan E. Mitchell Charitable Trust 

c/o James Turken 

601 S. Figueroa St., Ste. 2400 

Los Angeles, CA 90017-5704 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Kayla Mitchell. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$696,190 (M); gifts received, $80,000; 

expenditures, $109,170; qualifying distributions, 

$1 07,792; giving activities include $1 07,792 for 

5 grants (high: $102,477; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Theological school/education; 

education; foreign policy; Jewish agencies & 

temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Kayla Mitchell, James E. Turken. 

EIN: 956891474 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$1 02,348 to American Israel Education 

Foundation, DC. For general support. 
$1 0,000 to Washington Institute for Near East 

Policy, DC. For general support. 
$5,250 to Zionist Organization of America, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$4,000 to Bais Yaakov Seminary of Brooklyn, 

Brooklyn, NY. For general support. 



$2,333 to American Committee for Shaare 

Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem, Los Angeles, 

CA. For general support. 
$ 1 ,600 to Wilshire Boulevard Temple, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$1,535 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA, 
$1 ,000 to University of California, Santa 

Barbara, CA. For general support. 
$596 to Temple Emanuel, Los Angeles, CA. For 

general support. 
$ 1 00 to American Diabetes Association, Los 

Angeles, CA. 



436 
Harry C Mitchell Trust* 

C/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Trust Tax Dept. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Contact: Bill Richey, Trust Off., Wells Fargo 

Bank, N.A. 

Application address: c/o Wells Fargo Bank, 

N.A., 61 8 E. Shaw Ave., Fresno, CA 9371 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$1,279,174 (M); expenditures, $63,002; 

qualifying distributions, $46,663; giving 

activities include $41,484 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Museums; music; arts/cultural 

programs; animal welfare. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the Fresno 

County, CA, area. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deac///ne(s):None 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 946257959 



437 
Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp Foundation 

11 377 W.Olympic Blvd., Ste. 200 
Los Angeles, CA 90064-1626 

Donor(s): Thomas P. Lambert. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$3,959 (M); gifts received, $99,828; 

expenditures, $83,688; qualifying distributions, 

$83,688; giving activities include $83,61 8 for 

39 grants (high: $12,000; low: $75). 

Fields of interest: Health care; medical research; 

legal services; human services; civil rights; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deadlinefs): None 

Trustees: William L. Cole, Thomas P. Lambert, 
Eugene H. Veenhuis. 
EIN: 95342661 5 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$12,000 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$1 0,800 to T. j. Martell Foundation for 

Leukemia and Cancer Research, NYC, NY. 

For general support. 
$1 0,750 to City of Hope, Los Angeles, CA. For 

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$6,000 to Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$6,000 to Public Counsel, Los Angeles, CA. For 

general support. 
$5,500 to BetTzedek Legal Services, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$3,000 to Motion Picture and Television Fund, 

Woodland Hills, CA. For general support. 
$3,000 to Share Our Strength (SOS), DC. For 

general support. 
$2,500 to Human Rights Watch, NYC, NY. For 

general support. 
$1 ,000 to Ninth Judicial Circuit Historical 

Society, Pasadena, CA. For general support. 



438 
The Don and Grace Modglin 

Foundation * 
c/o Sharon Jensen 
8776 Hummingbird Ave. 
Fountain Valley, CA 92708 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$37,370 (M); gifts received, $213,731; 

expenditures, $192,844; qualifying distributions, 

$192,844; giving activities include $191,500 for 

8 grants (high: $1 02,400; low: $2,400). 

Purpose and activities: "Giving to provide direct 

contributions for the operation of Christian 

organizations for supporting and furthering the 

Christian faith." 

Fields of interest: Radio; Protestant agencies & 

churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Sharon J. Jensen,* Pres. 

and C.F.O.; Steven C. Modglin,* Secy. 

EIN: 330572425 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$102,400 to Calvary Baptist Church, Huntington 

Beach, CA. For operating support. 
$30,400 to H C J B World Radio, Colorado 

Springs, CO. For operating support. 
$29,100 to Wycliffe Bible Translators, 

Huntington Beach, CA. For operating support. 
$14,000 to Friends of Israel, Colorado Springs, 

CO. For operating support. 
$8,000 to Faith Home Teen Ranch, Turlock, CA. 

For operating support. 
$2,400 to Media Ministries, Orange, CA. For 

operating support. 
$2,400 to Mission Aviation Fellowship, 

Redlands, CA. For operating support. 
$2,400 to Mountain Springs Vineyard Church, 

Colorado Springs, CO. For operating support. 



439 

The George Montgomery Foundation of 
the Arts * 

P.O. Box 21 87 

Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 

Established in 1991 in CA. 
Donor(s): George Montgomery. 
Foundation type: Independent 



Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$373,151 (M); expenditures, $50,128; 

qualifying distributions, $50,128; giving 

activities include $50,000 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Visual arts; performing arts; 

higher education; wildlife preservation & 

protection; children & youth, services. 

International interests: Global programs. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Palm Springs, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: George Montgomery, Pres.; Martin 

Molinario, Secy.-Treas. 

Trustees: Robert F. Morgan, Howard S. 

Richmond. 

EIN: 953963532 



440 

Caroline and Roxanna Montrose 
Educational Foundation 

P.O. Box S 

MenloPark,CA 94025 
Contecf: Donations Comm. 

Established in 1974 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$1,299,929 (M); expenditures, $56,887; 

qualifying distributions, $52,61 3; giving 

activities include $48,000 for 8 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: Awards grants to 

organizations involved in the education and 

welfare of orphan children, preferably of 

Mexican origin. 

Fields of interest: Children & youth, services; 

foundations (community); Latinos. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; research; matching funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in northern CA, 

with emphasis on the San Francisco Bay Area. 

No grants to individuals. 

Publications: 990-PF. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: None 

Board meeting date(s): Annual meeting in 
June; other meetings usually quarterly 
Officers and Trustees:* Eric S. Miliar,* Pres.; 
Holly D. Millar,* V.P. and Secy.; Donald E. 
Enright,*V.P.andC.F.O. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 237411 509 



441 
The Jess and Palma Morgan Foundation ft 

5750 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 590 
Los Angeles, CA 90036 
Contact Jess S. Morgan, Pres. 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

DonoKs): Jess S. Morgan, Palma S. Morgan. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$361 ,397 (M); gifts received, $7,204; 

expenditures, $53,358; qualifying distributions, 



$52,620; giving activities include $52,620 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadlines): ^OM 

Officers and Directors:* jess S. Morgan,* Pres.; 
Palma S. Morgan,* Secy.; Wallace D. Franson,* 
Treas. 
EIN: 954279684 



442 

The Howard and Anne Morgens 
Foundation 

P.O. Box 222255 

Carmel,CA 93922 

Contacf: Howard J. Morgens, Tr. 

Established in 1967 in CA. 

Donor(s): Howard J. Morgens, Anne Morgens. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 

$498,360 (M); expenditures, $69,054; 

qualifying distributions, $66,271; giving 

activities include $65,226 for 1 2 grants (high: 

$16,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; human services; federated giving 

programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

on a national basis. No grants to individuals. 

Trustees: Anne Morgens, Howard J. Morgens. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 31 6024530 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$1 6,000 to Washington University, Saint Louis, 

MO. For general support. 
$1 0,000 to United Way and Community Chest 

of Greater Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH. For 

general support. 
$8,476 to Monterey Institute of International 

Studies, Monterey, CA. For general support. 
$6,250 to Cincinnati Arts Association, 

Cincinnati, OH. For general support. 
$5,000 to Community Foundation for Monterey 

County, Monterey, CA. For general support. 
$3,000 to Stanford University, Stanford, CA. For 

general support. 
$2,000 to Harvard Business School Association 

Soldiers Field, Boston, MA. For general 

support. 
$2,000 to Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA. For 

general support. 
$1 ,500 to United Way of the Monterey 

Peninsula, Monterey, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,000 to Salvation Army of Monterey, 

Monterey, CA. For general support. 



443 

Dorothy TraskClune Murray 
Foundation ft 

c/o Boyle, Olson, & Robinson 
1 70S. Euclid Ave. 
Pasadena, CA 91101-2484 

Established in 1974. 
Foundation type: Independent 



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Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,608,561 (M); expenditures, $73,316; 

qualifying distributions, $64,035; giving 

activities include $56,000 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Museums; education; 

hospitals (general); health associations; human 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to Southern CA, with emphasis on 

Pasadena. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: James B. Boyle, Jr., A. William Olson, 

Edward 0. Robinson. 

EIN: 237445785 



444 
The Bill Muster Foundation 

4640 Admiralty Way, Ste. 402 
Marina Del Rey,CA 90292 
Contact: Vicki F. Magasinn, Pres. 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,334,682 (M); expenditures, $68,381; 

qualifying distributions, $47,999; giving 

activities include $47,999 for 85 grants (high: 

$11, 200; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Education; health 

associations; human services; religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Director:* Vicki F. Magasinn,* 

Pres.; Arnold Magasinn, Secy, and CF.O. 

EIN: 95421 5790 



445 
James A. Nathan Family Foundation & 

71 8 N. Linden Dr. 

Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (310)201-2773 

Contact: James A. Nathan, Pres. 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): James A. Nathan. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 0/31/97): Assets, 

$215,992 (M); gifts received, $25,304; 

expenditures, $87,325; qualifying distributions, 

$85,872; giving activities include $86,475 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; hospitals (general); health 

associations; human services; Jewish federated 

giving programs; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Dead/mefsJ: None 

Officers: James A. Nathan, Pres.; llene Nathan, 
V.P.;JackSuzar,Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 9541 99403 



446 
The Nathanson Family Foundation 

c/o David Selig 

1 0900 Wilshire Blvd., 1 5th Fl. 

Los Angeles, CA 90024 

Established in 1989 in CA. 

Donor(s):Jane F. Nathanson, Marc B. 

Nathanson. 

Foundation type: Independent 

financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$526,017 (M); expenditures, $99,579; 

qualifying distributions, $97,395; giving 

activities include $97,395 for 28 grants (high: 

$50,000; low: $45). 

Fields of interest: Music; higher education; 

health organizations, named diseases; AIDS; 

AIDS research; children & youth, services; 

Jewish federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Marc B. Nathanson,* 

Pres.; David Selig, Secy, and C.F.O.; Phylis 

Nicolayevsky, Secy.; Stanley Itskowitch, Greg 

Nathanson, Jane F. Nathanson. 

EIN: 954253958 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,000 to University of California at Los 

Angeles Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. For 

general support. 
$1 5,000 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, 

CA. 2 grants: $10,000 (For general support), 

$5,000 (For general support). 
$5,000 to White House Endowment Fund, DC. 

For general support. 
$3,000 to Los Angeles Philharmonic 

Association, Los Angeles, CA. For general 

support. 
$2,000 to Brentwood School, Los Angeles, CA. 

For general support. 
$1 ,000 to American Cancer Society, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,000 to Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,000 to Film News Now Foundation, NYC, 

NY. For general support. 
$1 ,000 to University of Pennsylvania, Ben 

Franklin Society, Philadelphia, PA. 



447 
The Negri Foundation 

31 244 Palos Verdes Dr. W., Ste. 234 
Rancho Palos Verdes, CA 90274 

Established in 1990 in CA. 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1,796,943 (M); expenditures, $195,772; 
qualifying distributions, $60,004; giving 
activities include $60,004 for grants. 
Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 
programs; health care; health associations; 
human services; Jewish federated giving 
programs; government/public administration. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Southern CA. 
No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deac///ne(y.-None 



Officers: Max Negri, M.D., Pres. and Treas.; Ana 
Doran Negri, M.D., Secy. 
EIN: 330432347 



448 
New Roads Foundation 

c/o Gelfand, Rennert & Feldman 
1880 Century Park E., Ste. 900 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 

Donor(s): Neil Diamond. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$1,556,525 (M); expenditures, $179,458; 

qualifying distributions, $1 78,775; giving 

activities include $1 78,775 for 39 grants (high: 

$50,000; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; AIDS; 

human services; children & youth, services; 

Jewish federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Elyn Diamond, Jesse Diamond, 

Marjorie Diamond, Micah Diamond, Neil L. 

Diamond, Marshall M. Gelfand. 

EIN: 136327069 



449 
Peter Newton Foundation 

P.O. Box 540 

St. Helena, CA 94574-5040 

Contact: Peter Newton, Pres. 

Donor(s): Peter L Newton. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$5,000 (M); gifts received, $11 1,030; 

expenditures, $109,706; qualifying distributions, 

$109,676; giving activities include $108,571 for 

11 grants (high: $65,1 71, -low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Natural resource conservation 

& protection; environment; medical research. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Peter L. Newton, Pres.;Su Hua 
Newton, V.P. and Treas.; Frank D. Tatum, Jr., 
Secy. 
EIN: 94295331 3 



450 
The Albert and Tricia Nichols Foundation 

c/o Deloittefc louche, LLP 
695 Town Ctr. Dr., Ste. 1200 
Costa Mesa, CA 92626 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Donor(s): Albert Nichols, Mrs. Albert Nichols. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 05/30/96): Assets, 

$1 15,799 (M); expenditures, $1 81,855; 

qualifying distributions, $1 64,495; giving 

activities include $164,495 for 50 grants (high: 

$50,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; human 

services. 



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Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Deadlines): None 

Officers: Tricia Nichols, Pres.; Albert Nichols, 
Secy.; Lisa Jenkins, Treas. 
EIN: 330638574 



451 
Northern California DX Foundation & 

4220 Chardonnay 

Napa,CA 94558 

Contact Len Geraldi, Pres. 

Application address: 9705 Old Redwood Hwy., 

Penngrove, CA 94951 

Established in 1977. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$290,496 (M); gifts received, $161,966; 

expenditures, $11 6,558; qualifying distributions, 

$11 6,448; giving activities include $91 ,895 for 

3 grants (high: $86,200; low: $1,045), $10,800 

for 5 grants to individuals (high: $4,500; low: 

$800) and $6,500 for foundation-administered 

programs. 

Purpose and activities: Giving to scientific 

expeditions. 

Fields of interest: Engineering & technology; 

science. 

Types of support: Research. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Dead//nefel:None 

Officers: Len Geraldi, Pres.; Robert Vail to, V.P.; 
Eric Edberg, Secy.; Bruce W. Butler, Treas. 
EIN: 942853576 



452 
Notre Dame Foundation Trust 

c/o Donald V. Potter 
1 600 School St., Ste. 103 
Moraga,CA 94556 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): Donald V. Potter. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1 83,905 (M); gifts received, $24,000; 

expenditures, $69,185; qualifying distributions, 

$68,785; giving activities include $67,975 for 4 

grants (high: $20,000; low: $15,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

Catholic charities, including family services and 

education. 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; education; family services; Roman 

Catholic agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Gloria J. Kemp, Donald V. Potter. 

HN: 94666421 4 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$50,000 to Family Aid Catholic Education. For 

programs. 
$41,325 to Archbishop Mitty High School, San 

Jose, CA. For programs. 
$15,000 to Diocese of San Jose, San Jose, CA. 

For programs. 



$13,000 to Archdiocese of San Francisco, San 
Francisco, CA. For programs. 



453 
Nour Foundation & 

1537S.RexfordDr. 

Los Angeles, CA 90035 (310)553-2553 

Contact: Dr. Ali Khonsary, Pres. 

Additional address: 322 W. 1 08th St., New York, 

NY 10025; Tel.: (21 2) 749-01 00 

Established in 1986. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,867,493 (M); gifts received, $11 3,928; 

expenditures, $1 10,560; qualifying distributions, 

$120,221 ; giving activities include $5,900 for 

35 grants (high: $300; low: $50; average: 

$50-$300). 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Trustees:* Iraj Azarm,* Chair.; 

Seyed Ali Khonsary, Pres.; Paula Donnolo, Secy.; 

Fereshteh Elahi. 

EIN: 953992053 



454 
Carroll and Nancy O'Connor Foundation 

c/o Nanas, Stern, Biers, Neinstein 
9454 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 405 
Beverly Hills, CA 90212 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Carroll O'Connor, Nancy F. O'Connor. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,894,195 (M); expenditures, $167,027; 

qualifying distributions, $158,210; giving 

activities include $1 58,1 50 for 22 grants (high: 

$50,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Cancer; cancer research. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Carroll O'Connor, Pres.; Nancy F. 

O'Connor, V.P. and Secy.; Lawrence J. Stern, 

C.F.O. 

EIN: 954299924 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,000 to National Museum of the American 

Indian, NYC, NY. For general support. 
$30,1 50 to University of Montana, Missoula, 

MT. For general support. 
$20,000 to United Cerebral Palsy Associations, 

DC. For general support. 
$1 5,000 to John Wayne Institute for Cancer 

Treatment and Research, Santa Monica, CA. 

For general support. 

$1 0,000 to Beit Tshuvah. For general support. 
$1 0,000 to Saint Paul the Apostle Church, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Museum of Modern Art, NYC, NY. For 

general support. 
$5,000 to Our Lady of Malibu Church, Malibu, 

CA. For general support. 
$2,000 to Paulist Fathers, Pacific Palisades, CA. 

For general support. 



$1 ,000 to Project Angel Food, Los Angeles, CA. 
For general support. 



455 
The Oakland Athletics Community Fund 

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum 

Oakland, CA 94621 

Application address: c/o Anne Luke, 7677 

Oakport St., 2nd Fl., Oakland, CA 94621 ; Tel.: 

(510)563-2225 

Established in 1981 inCA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$221,1 85 (M); gifts received, $206,066; 

expenditures, $156,388; qualifying distributions, 

$1 54,81 3; giving activities include $50,331 for 

grants (high: $10,000; low: $100). 

Purpose and activities: 'To enable individuals to 

attend Oakland A's baseball games, who might 

otherwise be unable to afford tickets; to provide 

recreational activity for the elderly, disabled and 

children; to provide organizations with a 

medium for providing awards for achievement 

in school or special learning programs; and to 

provide disaster relief assistance." 

Fields of interest: Education; housing/shelter; 

recreation; youth, services; aging, centers & 

services; aging. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Dead/me: None 

Officers: Stephen Schott, C.E.O.; Kenneth H. 
Hoffman, Pres.; Ron Calcagno, V.P.; Nick S. 
Rossi, V.P.; Richard L. Alderson, Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 942826655 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$1 0,000 to Oakland Police Officers Association, 

Oakland, CA. 
$4,000 to Mother Mary Ann Wright Foundation, 

Oakland, CA. 

$2,500 to Timpany Center, San Jose, CA. 
$2,000 to San Francisco Bay Area Sports Hall of 

Fame, San Francisco, CA. For youth 

scholarships. 
$1 ,000 to Chamber of Commerce Foundation, 

Oakland Metropolitan, Oakland, CA. 
$500 to Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the East Bay, 

Oakland, CA. 
$500 to East Bay Zoological Society, Oakland, 

CA. 
$500 to K P I X-Channel 5 Public Television, San 

Francisco, CA. For breast cancer fundraiser. 
$500 to Read to Succeed, Sunnyvale, CA. 
$500 to Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA. 



456 
The Oakmead Foundation 

1937LakeshireDr. 
Walnut Creek, CA 96027 

Established in 1979. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1 ,534,107 (M); expenditures, $1 59,200; 

qualifying distributions, $1 45,31 7; giving 

activities include $146,899 for 41 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $50). 



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Fields of interest: Museums; performing arts; 

higher education; education; hospitals (general). 

Types of support: Building/renovation; 

equipment; publication; internships; scholarship 

funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Lon F. Israel, Pres.; John Guilliams, 

V.P.; Mary M. Israel Secy, and C.F.O. 

Trustees: Martha Guilliams, Maxwell Steinhardt. 

EIN: 94265091 9 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$20,000 to Town and Gown Club, Berkeley, CA. 

$18,030 to Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. 

For equipment. 
$ 1 7,1 1 to Winchester College, Winchester, 

England. 
$8,500 to Oakland East Bay Symphony, 

Oakland, CA. For educational outreach 

programs. 
$5,000 to Center for Wooden Boats, Seattle, 

WA. For boatshop maintenance programs. 
$2,000 to Oakland Museum of California 

Foundation, Oakland, CA. For educational 

exhibition programs. 
$500 to Intertribal Friendship House, Oakland, 

CA. 

$350 to Stanford University, Stanford, CA. 
$300 to Native American Scholarship Fund, 

Albuquerque, NM. 
$75 to Save the Redwoods League, San 

Francisco, CA. 



457 
Olson Family Foundation Trust 

c/o Lee Pysnik, C.P.A. 

22632 Golden Springs Dr., Ste. 235 

Diamond Bar, CA 91765-4170 

Established in 1995. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$1,683,696 (M); gifts received, $216,000; 

expenditures, $15,350; qualifying distributions, 

$1 ,000; giving activities include $1 ,000 for 1 

grant. 

Fields of interest: Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to Tustin, CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Craig Olson, Jane Olson. 

EIN: 3361 56479 



458 

Gerald and Virginia Oppenheimer Family 
Foundation 

P.O. Box 30 

Beverly Hills, CA 90213-0030 (310)276-2101 

Contact: Tracey Boldemann, V.P. and Secy. 

Established in 1987 in CA. 
Donor(s): Gerald H. Oppenheimer. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 
$1,241,655 (M); expenditures, $88,325; 
qualifying distributions, $83,859; giving 
activities include $72,744 for 28 grants (high: 
$20,000; low: $100; average: $500-$1,000). 



Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; health care; human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. 

Application information: Unsolicited grant 

proposals not considered; grants are made at the 

discretion of the president. 

Officers and Directors:* Gerald H. 

Oppenheimer,* Pres.; Tracey Boldemann, V.P. 

and Secy.; Bill Oppenheimer,* V.P.; Mark 

Oppenheimer,* V.R; Linda Valliant,* V.P.; 

Stephen Petty,* Treas. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 953957582 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$20,000 to University of California, Center for 

East/West Medicine, Los Angeles, CA. 
$8,950 to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 

Costume Council, Los Angeles, CA. 
$7,500 to Film and Video Workshop, Irvington 

on Hudson, NY. For Pascal documentary. 
$5,000 to Ronald Reagan Presidential 

Foundation, Simi Valley, CA. For general 

support. 
$4,700 to Scott Newman Center, Los Angeles, 

CA. For Fairy Tale benefit. 
$4,000 to Volunteers of America, Los Angeles, 

CA. For Elderly Program. 
$3,000 to William H. Parker Los Angeles Police 

Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. For programs. 
$2,500 to Venice Arts Mecca, Venice, CA. For 

general support. 
$2,000 to Society of Singers, Los Angeles, CA. 

For general support. 
$1,650 to United Friends of the Children, Los 

Angeles, CA. For programs. 



459 
Lucille E. Orrick Foundation ft 

322 Casa Linda Dr. 
Woodland, CA 95695 

Established in 1995. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,993 (L); gifts received, $40,000; 

expenditures, $56,671 ; qualifying distributions, 

$55,893; giving activities include $55,895 for 

40 grants (high: $10,000; low: $15). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; college; 

education; American Red Cross; Christian 

agencies & churches, 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Officers: Olliver 0. Orrick, Pres.; Todd R. 

Cowing, V.P.; Linda A. Orrick, Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 680354508 



460 
Minnie Osmena Foundation ft 

c/o Lewis, Joffe & Co. 

1 0880 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 520 

Los Angeles, CA 90024 

Established in 1985 in CA. 

Donor(s): Maria Victoria Osmena. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assete, 

$7,714 (M); expenditures, $52,837; qualifying 

distributions, $50,000; giving activities include 

$50,000 for 1 grant. 



Fields of interest: University. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Maria Victoria Osmena, Pres. and Secy. 

and C.F.O. 

EIN: 953960438 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,000 to Harvard University, Kennedy School 

of Government, Cambridge, MA. For 

scholarship. 



461 
Seniel and Dorothy Ostrovv Foundation 

c/o Breslow, Loeb, Baumohl & Wall 
11400 Olympic Blvd., Ste. 450 
Los Angeles, CA 90064 

Trust established in 1961 inCA. 

Donor(s): Seniel Ostrow.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/97): Assets, 

$1,183,615 (M); expenditures, $76,222; 

qualifying distributions, $58,543; giving 

activities include $58,543 for 60 grants (high: 

$5,000; low: $38). 

Fields of interest: AIDS; AIDS research; human 

services; civil rights; governmenl/public 

administration; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: No new applications 

will be considered; funds are limited. 

Trustees: Lucille Ostrow, Joanne Widzer. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 9560291 69 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$12,000 to Windward School, Los Angeles, CA. 

3 grants: $5,000 (For unrestricted support), 

$5,000 (For unrestricted support), $2,000 

(For unrestricted support). 
$10,000 to American Civil Liberties Union, 

NYC, NY. 2 grants: $5,000 each (For 

unrestricted support). 
$5,000 to CFS. For unrestricted support. 
$5,000 to First Amendment Foundation, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Los Angeles Free Clinic, Friends of, 

Los Angeles, CA. For unrestricted support. 
$4,000 to Landmark West School, Culver City, 

CA. 2 grants: $2,000 each (For unrestricted 

support). 



462 
Otolaryngology Research Foundation "A 

c/o Leslie Bernstein 
P.O. Box 321 3 
ElMacero,CA 95618 

Establisehdin1995inCA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$783,059 (M); expenditures, $84,687; 

qualifying distributions, $79,661 ; giving 

activities include $52,500 for 2 grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CA. No grants to individuals. 



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Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Leslie Bernstein, Pres.; Elaine 

Bernstein, V.P. 

Directors: Thomas Kaniff, James Meucci. 

EIN: 51 0201 190 



463 
The Pacer Foundation 

70 S. Lake Ave.,Ste. 1075 
Pasadena, CA 91101 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Barbara H. Foster. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$1 ,865,705 (M); expenditures, $129,376; 

qualifying distributions, $1 13,487; giving 

activities include $1 1 3,487 for 39 grants (high: 

$35,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

higher education; education; federated giving 

programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA and TX. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Frank H. Foster,* 

C.E.O.; Adelaide E. Foster,* Secy.; Hugh K. 

Foster, Jr.,* C.F.O.; Barbara H. Foster, Elizabeth 

G. Foster, Jennifer B. Foster. 

EIN: 770233360 



464 
The Pacific Endowment 

7910lvanhoeAve.,Ste.436 
LaJolla,CA 92037 

Established in 1985 in CA. 
Donor(s): Stephen Schutz, Susan Schutz. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97); Assets, 
$1,042,086 (M); expenditures, $103,917; 
qualifying distributions, $102,146; giving 
activities include $1 02,500 for 2 grants (high: 
$100,000; low: $2,500). 
Fields of interest: Jewish federated giving 
programs. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 
grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: Stephen Schutz, Pres.; Susan Schutz, 
Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 3301 42633 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$1 00,000 to United Jewish Federation, San 
Diego, CA. For general support. 



465 
Pacific Pioneer Fund 

(Formerly Pioneer Fund, Inc.) 

P.O.BoxA-C 

Stanford, CA 94309 (650)497-1133 

Contact: Arm in Rosencranz, Secy. 

E-mail: armin@stanford.edu; URL: http;// 

www.pacificpioneerfund.com 



Established in 1979 in CA. 

Donor(s): Nancy L. Sloss, Peter F. Sloss. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,518,636 (M); expenditures, $126,327; 

qualifying distributions, $1 23,147; giving 

activities include $99,250 for 22 grants (high: 

$8,000; low: $250; average: $1 ,000-$8,000). 

Purpose and activities: The fund supports 

emerging documentary filmmakers (a person 

committed to the craft of making documentaries 

who has demonstrated that commitment by 

several years of practical film or video 

experience). 

Fields of interest: Film/video. 

Types of support: Program development; seed 

money; research; matching funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to CA, OR, and WA. 

No grants to individuals, or for endowments, 

building campaigns, accumulated deficits, 

instructional or performance documentaries or 

student film projects. 

Publications: Multi-year report, program policy 

statement, application guidelines. 

Application information: Only one grant will be 

provided in the lifetime of the grantee. 

Applicants rejected must wait at least one year 

before reapplying. Application form required. 

Initial approach: Obtain and submit 
application form at website 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: Feb. 1 , May 1 5, and Oct. 1 

Board meeting date(s): Late Feb., June, and 
Oct. 

Final notification: Mar. 1 5, July 15, and Nov. 

15 

Officers: Peter F. Sloss, Pres.; Nancy L. Sloss, 
V.P. and Treas.; Armin Rosencranz, Secy, and 
Exec. Dir. 

Directors: Ellen Brund, Daniel Geller, Hillary 
Sloss. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 
EIN: 94261 421 5 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$1 2,000 to Women Make Movies, NYC, NY. 2 

grants: $7,000 (For production of film, Alice 

Lives Here), $5,000 (For production of film, 

24 Girls). 
$1 1,000 to Film Arts Foundation, San Francisco, 

CA. 2 grants: $6,000 (For production of film, 

Resistance), $5,000 (For production of film, 

Pancho Villa and Other Stories). 
$8,000 to Agape Foundation, San Francisco, 

CA. For production of film, Pressed For Time. 
$7,000 to Nine One One Media Arts Center, 

Seattle, WA. For production of film, Hobo 

Jungles. 
$5,000 to Independent Filmworks, Redwood 

City, CA. For production of film, The 

American Way of Birth. 
$5,000 to Other Pictures, NYC, NY. For 

production of film, The Grynzspan Papers. 
$4,000 to Northwest Film and Video Center, 

Portland, OR. For production of film, Heart of 

Harlem. 
$3,000 to Bay Area Video Coalition, San 

Francisco, CA. For production of film, Bionic 

Beauty Salon. 



466 
PADI Foundation 

(also known as Professional Association of 
Diving Instructors Foundation) 
9150WilshireBlvd.,Ste.300 
Beverly Hills, CA 90212-3414 
Contact; Charles Rettig, Pres. 
FAX: (31 0)859-1430 

Established in 1991 inCA. 

Donor(s): Dept. of justice, State of California, 

Capital Investments & Ventures Corp., and its 

subsidiaries. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 05/31/97): Assets, 

$1,559,458 (M); gifts received, $255,997; 

expenditures, $1 68,009; qualifying distributions, 

$161,801 ; giving activities include $86,656 for 

1 7 grants (high: $12,196; low: $2,000) and 

$60,1 1 1 for 1 7 grants to individuals (high: 

$6,000; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: Encourages the 

preservation and understanding of the aquatic 

environment and encourages sensitivity to and 

the protection of underwater life; also promotes 

the understanding of sport diving physics and 

physiology. 

Fields of interest: Natural resource conservation 

& protection; environment; athletics/sports, 

water sports. 

Types of support: Grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving on a national basis. 

Publications: Application guidelines, financial 

statement, 990-PF. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: 2-page proposal 

Deadlines): f&A 

Officer and Directors:* Charles P. Rettig,* Pres.; 
Paul K. Dayton, Daniel M. Hanes, Neil H. 
Miller, Andrew Saxon, Frank J.Scalli. 
EIN: 954326850 



467 

The Beatrix and Martin Padway 
Foundation * 

(Formerly Martin Padway Foundation) 
c/o Paul N. Frimmer 
1 800 Ave. of the Stars, Ste. 900 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 

Established in 1958. 
Donor(s): Beatrix F. Padway. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 
$973,1 23 (M); gifts received, $275; 
expenditures, $66,514; qualifying distributions, 
$63,61 1 ; giving activities include $63,744 for 
12 grants (high: $43,750; low: $100). 
Fields of interest: Performing arts; higher 
education; human services; Jewish federated 
giving programs; Jewish agencies & temples. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Trustees: Paul N. Frimmer, Beatrix F. Padway, 
Beverly Padway. 
EIN: 956082891 



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468 
Paloheimo Charitable Trust* 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954, MAC 01 03-1 79 

San Francisco, CA 94163 (818)585-4339 

Contact: Larry Plumer 

Established in 1980 in CA. 

Donor(s): Curtin Paloheimo Trust. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,609,028 (M); gifts received, $60,240; 

expenditures, $85,027; qualifying distributions, 

$9,702; giving activities include $3,644 for 

grants. 

Purpose and activities: A private operating 

foundation; support for the preservation and 

care of the historic and cultural heritage of local 

properties. 

Fields of interest: Historic 

preservation/historical societies. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Pasadena, CA, 

and surrounding communities. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deadline(s): None 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 953643948 



469 
Paradise Foundation 

1981 Port DunleighCir. 
Newport Beach, CA 92660 

Established in 1994 in Ml. 

Donor(s): Sally W.Zublin. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,502,399 (M); expenditures, $48,071; 

qualifying distributions, $39,400; giving 

activities include $39,400 for 8 grants (high: 

$15,000; low: $400). 

Fields of interest: Museums (children's); 

hospitals (general); peace; general charitable 

giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Dennis M. Echelbarger, John H. 

Martin, Casper W. Zublin, Sally W. Zublin. 

EIN: 3831 82229 



470 
The Hoyt S. Pardee Foundation 

(Formerly The Hoyt and Carol Pardee 

Foundation) 

8530 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 509 

Beverly Hills, CA 90211 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Hoyt S. Pardee, Carol K. Pardee. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$3,435 (M); gifts received, $95,000; 

expenditures, $11 2,850; qualifying distributions, 

$11 2,845; giving activities include $11 1,000 for 

8 grants (high: $60,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Boy scouts; Christian agencies 

& churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 



Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Hoyt S. Pardee, Pres.; William F. Tisch, 

V.P.; Raymond C. Sandier, Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 954079475 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$60,000 to Romanian Baptist Church, Chicago, 

$36,000 to Saint Matthews Parish, Pacific 

Palisades, CA. 
$1 0,000 to Boy Scouts of America, Western Los 

Angeles County Council, Van Nuys, CA. 
$1,000 to California International Sailing 

Association, Irvine, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Estelle Doheny Eye Institute, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Helping Hands of Los Angeles, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Leukemia Society of America, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to University of California at Los Angeles 

Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. 



471 
Joseph R. Parker Foundation & 

1000 4 St., Ste. 375 
San Rafael, CA 94901 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,783,731 (M); expenditures, $1 1 1,725; 

qualifying distributions, $86,514; giving 

activities include $85,300 for 24 grants (high: 

$18,800; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; 

libraries/library science; education; hospitals 

(general); hospices; religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Paul Eveloff, O.K. Macdonald, Joan M. 

Woodson. 

EIN: 686084391 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1 997. 

$1 8,800 to Marin Catholic High School, 

Kentfield,CA. 
$5,000 to Dominican College of San Rafael, San 

Rafael, CA. 
$5,000 to Marin County Historical Society, San 

Rafael, CA. 

$3,500 to Bay Area Crisis Nursery, Concord, CA. 
$3,500 to Family Life Center, Petaluma, CA. 
$3,500 to Hospice of Marin, Corte Madera, CA. 
$3,500 to Interface institute, Oakland, CA. 
$3,500 to Marin AIDS Project, San Rafael, CA. 
$3,500 to Marin Literacy Program, San Rafael, 

CA. 
$3,500 to Oregon Shakespeare Festival, 

Ashland, OR. 



472 
Pasadena Respiratory Health Foundation 

(Formerly Pasadena Area Tuberculosis & 
Respiratory Disease Foundation) 
540 El Dorado, Ste. 202 
Pasadena, CA 91101 (626)793-4148 
Contact: Charles McKenney 



Established in 1993 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,659,159 (M); gifts received, $125; 

expenditures, $83,464; qualifying distributions, 

$73,352; giving activities include $50,034 for 3 

grants (high: $33,334; low: $7,200). 

Fields of interest: Lung disease. 

Types of support: Program development. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Pasadena, CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadlines): None 

Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 
Officers: Corene Pindroh, Pres.; Dennis Slattery, 
V.P.; Lynn Thirloway, Secy.; Fred X. Lapsys, Treas. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 
EIN: 95 1641 963 



473 
Robert J. and Claire Pasarow Foundation 

1122 Tower Rd. 

Beverly Hills, CA 90210 (213)286-3058 

Contact: Robert J. Pasarow, Chair. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Claire Pasarow, Robert J. Pasarow. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 0/31/97): Assets, 

$1,661,542 (M); gifts received, $106,073; 

expenditures, $1 52,621 ; qualifying distributions, 

$1 37,050; giving activities include $32,050 for 

5 grants (high: $1 1,050; low: $1,000) and 

$1 05,000 for 3 grants to individuals of $35,000 

each. 

Purpose and activities: Awards grants to 

individuals for medical and scientific research. 

Fields of interest: Medical research; engineering 

6 technology; science. 

Types of support: Research; grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter with resume 

Deadline(s):Aug. 31 

Officers and Directors:* Robert J. Pasarow,* 
Chair, and Pres.; Joel David Barchas,* Secy.; 
Claire Pasarow,* C.F.O.; Brian E. Henderson, 
Jerome Kaye, Susan Pasarow, Charles E. 
Rickershauser, Joseph Van Der Mulen. 
EIN: 954079676 



474 
Regnar & Beverly Paulsen Foundation & 

202 Rancho Way 
Woodland, CA 95695 
Contact: Joni Paulsen, Dir. 

Established in 1993 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,677,731 (M); gifts received, $108,311; 
expenditures, $1 13,860; qualifying distributions, 
$ 1 1 3,730; giving activities include $1 03,000 for 
16 grants (high: $51,000; low: $1,000). 
Fields of interest: Higher education; university; 
scholarships/financial aid; health care; 
agriculture/food, association; foundations 
(community); philanthropy/voluntarism. 
Types of support: General/operating support; 
building/renovation; scholarship funds; 
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Limitations: Giving primarily in Yolo and Solano 
counties, CA. 

Application information: Application form 
required. 
Board meeting date(s): Feb., Apr., June, and 

Dec. 

Officer and Directors:* Eric Paulsen,* Pres.; Joni 
Paulsen, Regnar A. Paulsen. 
BIN: 680285352 



475 

Mary R. Payden & Joseph R. Payden 
Foundation 

c/o William R. Payden 
11 Sea Colony 
Santa Monica, CA 90405 
Contact.: Joan A. Payden, Tr. 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Joan A. Payden. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,189,078 (M); gifts received, $232,262; 

expenditures, $125,820; qualifying distributions, 

$106,380; giving activities include $90,979 for 

116 grant (high: $15,000; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; health 

associations; health care; human services; 

federated giving programs; Roman Catholic 

agencies & churches; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deadline: None 

Trustees: Joan A. Payden, William R. Payden. 
EIN: 9541 74573 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$15,000 to United Way. 
$11 ,500 to Odyssey Theater Ensemble, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$10,000 to University of Colorado Foundation, 

Boulder, CO. 
$6,500 to American Film Institute, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$6,000 to University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. 

2 grants: $5,000, $1,000 (For Alumni 

Scholarship Fund). 
$1,400 to International Fund for Animal 

Welfare, Yarmouth Port, MA. 
$1,1 80 to Los Angeles Mission, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Los Angeles Zoo, Los Angeles, CA. 
$545 to Union Rescue Mission, Los Angeles, CA. 



476 
Pearlstein Family Foundation & 

c/o George R. Dirkes, Esq. 
601 Montgomery St., Ste. 900 
San Francisco, CA 94111 
Contact: Richard S. Jeweler, Tr. 

Established in 1997 in CA. 

Donor(s): Carl Pearlstein, Virginia Pearlstein. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$87,61 4 (M); gifts received, $1 50,000; 

expenditures, $64,666; qualifying distributions, 

$64,666; giving activities include $64,666 for 8 

grants (high: $25,000; low: $3,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

general charitable giving. 



Limitations: No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead//ne(sJ;None 

Trustees: Carl Pearlstein, Virginia Pearlstein. 
EIN: 943254888 



477 

Charles Pelletier & Ray Precourt 
Memorial Foundation 

c/o William T.Barden 
121 Guanajuato Ct. 
Solana Beach, CA 92075 

Established in 1967 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1,387,223 (M); expenditures, $68,378; 

qualifying distributions, $65,332; giving 

activities include $65,000 for 18 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; human services; youth, services. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AZ and Long Beach, CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: D. Pelletier, Chair.; R.A. Shepard, 

Pres.and V.P.; B.J. Little, V.P. and Secy.-Treas.; B. 

Shepard, V.P. 

EIN: 952499281 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$10,000 to Sheridan Arts Foundation, Telluride, 

CO. For general support. 
$5,000 to Boys and Girls Clubs of Long Beach, 

Long Beach, CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Boys and Girls Clubs of Metropolitan 

Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ. For general support. 
$5,000 to Child Crisis Center, Mesa, AZ. For 

general support. 
$5,000 to Saint John Bosco High School, 

Bellflower, CA. For general support. 
$3,000 to Long Beach Day Nursery, Long 

Beach, CA. For general support. 
$2,000 to Arizona Science Center, Phoenix, AZ. 

For general support. 
$2,000 to Phoenix Mens Arts Council, Phoenix, 

AZ. For general support. 
$2,000 to Telluride Council for the Arts and 

Humanities, Telluride, CO. For general 

support. 
$ 1 ,000 to Leukemia Society of America, 

Phoenix, AZ. For general support. 



478 
Donalda M. Pelletier Foundation 

P.O. Box 101 18 

Newport Beach, CA 92658 (949)833-7966 

Confacf: Ernest J. Schag, Jr., Pres. 

Established in 1968. 
Donor(s): Donalda M. Pelletier. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 
$1 ,201 ,437 (M); gifts received, $1 5,000; 
expenditures, $69,273; qualifying distributions, 
$61,199; giving activities include $46,550 for 8 
grants (high: $15,000; low: $300). 



Fields of interest: Higher education; health care; 
health associations; cancer; cancer research. 
Types of support: General/operating support; 
annual campaigns; capital campaigns; 
building/renovation. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Southern CA. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Donalda M. Pelletier, Chair.; Ernest J. 
Schag, Jr., Pres.; Betty Newcomb, Secy.;Zuanda 
B. Searles, Secy. 
EIN: 51 01 70644 



479 
Paul & Nancy Pelosi Charitable 

Foundation & 
c/o Paul Pelosi 
1 Bush St., No. 11 00 
San Francisco, CA 94104 

Established in 1991 inCA. 

Donor(s): Nancy Pelosi, Paul Pelosi. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$488,672 (M); gifts received, $88,000; 

expenditures, $61 ,1 90; qualifying distributions, 

$59,846; giving activities include $59,846 for 

22 grants (high: $25,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Museums (art); opera; historic 

preservation/historical societies; libraries/library 

science; education; health associations; 

foundations (public). 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Trustee: Paul F. Pelosi. 

EIN: 9431 5021 2 



480 
James B. Pendleton Foundation & 

c/o Greenberg, Glusker, Claman, et al 
1 900 Ave. of the Stars, Ste. 21 00 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310)553-3610 
Contecf: Bernard Shearer, V.P. 

Established in 1964. 

Donor(s): James B. Pendleton.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$378,826 (M); expenditures, $56,491 ; 

qualifying distributions, $50,000; giving 

activities include $50,000 for 1 grant. 

Fields of interest: Education. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and NY. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Oeaef//nefs;:None 

Officers: Bernard Shearer, V.P.; Bertram Fields, 
Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 9561 33803 



481 
The Peradam Foundation 

c/o Robert Spertus 
181 3 Vine St. 
Berkeley, CA 94703 

Established in 1992 in CA. 
Donor(s): Robert F. Spertus. 



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Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$858,926 (M); gifts received, $212,553; 

expenditures, $203,176; qualifying distributions, 

$195,912; giving activities include $196,300 for 

29 grants (high: $15,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Natural resource conservation 

& protection; wildlife preservation & protection. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the Pacific Northwest. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Robert F. Spertus, Pres.; Anita Spertus, 

V.P. and Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 931 0991 62 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$15,000 to Oregon Natural Desert Association, 

Bend, OR. 
$10,000 to California Wilderness Coalition, 

Davis, CA. 
$10,000 to Central Sierra Environmental 

Resource Center (CSERC), Twain Harte, CA. 
$10,000 to Fund for Wild Nature, Corvallis, OR. 
$10,000 to Predator Project, Bozeman, MT. 
$10,000 to Southeast Alaska Conservation 

Council, Juneau, AK. 
$1 0,000 to University of Colorado, Boulder, 

CO. For South Rockies Ecosystem Project. 
$7,500 to Biodiversity Legal Foundation, 

Boulder, CO. 
$7,500 to Northern Alaska Environmental 

Center, Fairbanks, AK. 
$7,000 to Wildlife Damage Review, Tucson, AZ. 



482 

Evert B.& Ruth Finley Person 
Foundation* 

1400N.DuttonAve.,Ste.12 
Santa Rosa, CA 95401 
Contact: Evert B. Person, Tr. 

Established in1 985 in CA. 
Donor(s): Evert B. Person. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1 36,554 (M); expenditures, $1 66,452; 
qualifying distributions, $160,983; giving 
activities include $156,500 for 4 grants (high: 
$90,000; low: $1,000). 
Purpose and activities: Grants awarded to 
qualified charitable and educational 
organizations including but not limited to those 
that promote music and musical arts in Sonoma 
County and the surrounding area and that 
provide scholarships and grants for research into 
human diseases and the study of journalism, 
engineering, and the sciences. 
Fields of interest: Opera; museums (art); 
orchestra (symphony); higher education. 
Types of support: General/operating support; 
scholarship funds; matching funds. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Sonoma 
County, CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Proposal 



Trustees: Brad Bollinger, William W. Godward, 
Evert B. Person, Norma J. Person. 
EIN: 680088921 



483 
Phonetic Bible Printing Committee, Inc. 

391 5 San Fernando Rd., Box 551 
Glendale,CA 91204 
Contact: Helen Farson 

Established about 1967 in CA. 

Donor(s): Kenneth A. Farson.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$1,566,539 (M); gifts received, $38,660; 

expenditures, $76,853; qualifying distributions, 

$38,404; giving activities include $26,571 for 

47 grants (high: $3,050; low: $60). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to 

religious organizations, including churches and 

missionaries; support also for other charitable 

purposes. 

Fields of interest: Education; Christian agencies 

& churches; religion. 

International interests: France; Germany; 

Mexico; Bolivia; Brazil; India; Taiwan; Japan. 

Types of support: Conferences/seminars; 

publication. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the U.S., Mexico, India, Brazil, 

Japan, Taiwan, Germany, France, and Bolivia. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Funds fully 

committed; no new grants can be considered. 

Board meeting date(s): 3 or 4 times a year 
Officers and Directors:* Henry Warren,* Pres.; 
Allan Farson,* V.P.; Hon. Jack Crickard,* 
Secy.-Treas.; Helen Farson,* Philanthropy Dir. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time professional; 1 
part-time support. 
EIN: 95 181 6036 



484 
The Pick Family Foundation 

c/o Block, Plant & Eisner 

16501 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 304 

Encino,CA 91436 

Contact: Saul Pick, Pres. 

Application address: 230 S. Bristol Ave., Los 

Angeles, CA 90049; Tel.: (323) 467-1001 

Established in 1978. 
Donor(s): Saul Pick. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/97): Assets, 
$71,229 (M); expenditures, $60,244; qualifying 
distributions, $59,535; giving activities include 
$58,808 for 35 grants (high: $20,000; low: $22). 
Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 
(general); Jewish agencies & temples. 
Limitations: No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Saul Pick, Pres.; Bernard Pick, Secy.; 
Mark Pick, Treas. 
EIN: 953430326 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$30,000 to Stanford University, Stanford, CA. 
$30,000 to Stanford University Hospital, 

Stanford, CA. 

$3,000 to United Jewish Fund, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,500 to Discovery Fund for Eye Research, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$2,050 to Chabad Organization, Los Angeles, 

CA. 



$500 to Friends of Sheba Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$250 to University of California, Jules Stein Eye 

Institute, Los Angeles, CA. 
$140 to Jewish National Fund, Encino, CA. 
$1 00 to Venice Family Clinic, Venice, CA. 
$50 to Jewish Home for the Aged of Palm Beach 

County, West Palm Beach, FL. 



485 
Thomas P. Pike Foundation 

301 E. Colorado Blvd., Ste. 430 
Pasadena, CA 91101 (626)440-1633 
Contact: Mary P. Coquillard, Pres. 

Established in 1952. 

Donor(s): Thomas P. Pike.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$26,677 (M); gifts received, $85,082; 

expenditures, $75,764; qualifying distributions, 

$72,790; giving activities include $72,790 for 

128 grants (high: $7,000; low: $40). 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

education; alcoholism; human services; Roman 

Catholic agencies & churches. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

annual campaigns; building/renovation; 

professorships; scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Southern CA. 

No grants to individuals; no loans. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Cop/'e5 of proposal: 1 

Deac////7e(s):None 

Board meeting date(s): Varies 
Officers and Director:* Mary P. Coquillard,* 
Pres. and Secy.; Katherine K. Pike, V.P. 
Number of staff: None. 
BN: 956051 498 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$9,000 to National Council on Alcoholism and 

Drug Dependence, NYC, NY. 2 grants: 

$7,000, $2,000. 
$7,226 to Stanford University, Stanford, CA. 3 

grants: $3,500, $1,863, $1,863. 
$5,000 to Pasadena Pro Musica, Pasadena, CA. 

2 grants: $2,500 each. 
$4,500 to Foundation for Global Community, 

Palo Alto, CA. 2 grants: $3,000, $1,500. 
$1,500 to National Council on Alcoholism and 

Drug Dependence, Los Angeles, CA. 



486 
Margaret Pillsbury Foundation 

c/o Bilter 

425 California St., No. 2200 

San Francisco, CA 94104 

Contact John CocherelLVP. 

Application address: 621 W. Line St., Bishop, 

CA 93514-3320; Tel: (760) 872-4431 

Established in 1989 in CA. 
Donor(s): Margaret P. Sorbello. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,297,879 (M); expenditures, $59,240; 
qualifying distributions, $48,941; giving 
activities include $47,000 for 8 grants (high: 
$9,000; low: $3,000). 



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Fields of interest: Aging, centers & services. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in San Francisco, 

CA. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead/weft;.- None 

Officers: Judith Rawlings, Pres.; John Cocherell, 
V.P.; D. Keith Biter, Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 9431 03001 



487 
The Thomas G. & Audrey E. Pine Family 

Foundation ft 
1905 Santa Fe Dr. 
Del Mar, CA 92014 

Established in 1994. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,769,807 (M); expenditures, $89,919; 

qualifying distributions, $74,760; giving 

activities include $76,350 for 21 grants (high: 

$15,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; American Red Cross. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Audrey E. Pine, Thomas G. Pine. 

EIN: 330643605 



488 
The Podeil Foundation 

(Formerly Michael H. & Natalie F. Podeil 

Foundation) 

1201 Howard Ave. 

Burlingame, CA 94010 

Contact: Michael H. Podeil, Pres. 

Established in 1963 in CA. 

Donor(s): Michael H. Podeil, Nicholas Podeil. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 02/28/97): Assets, 

$784,150 (M); expenditures, $136,307; 

qualifying distributions, $134,435; giving 

activities include $1 33,341 for 30 grants (high: 

$55,000; low: $65). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; brain 

disorders; brain research; gun control; human 

services; women; homeless. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

annual campaigns. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. 

Officers and Directors:* Michael H. Podeil,* 

Pres.; Nicholas Podeli,* Secy.-Treas. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 946096039 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$55,000 to Jewish Community Federation of San 

Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma 

Counties, San Francisco, CA. For annual 

campaign. 
$25,000 to Samaritan House, San Mateo, CA. 

For general support. 

$1 1 ,600 to Athenian School, Danville, CA. 
$10,000 to Mills-Peninsula Hospitals, San 

Mateo, CA. For general support. 
$1 0,000 to Shelter Network of San Mateo 

County, San Mateo, CA. For general support. 



$1 0,000 to University of California, San 

Francisco, CA. For brain tumor research. 
$2,400 to San Francisco Ballet, San Francisco, 

CA. For general support. 
$700 to Leukemia Society of America, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$500 to Project Open Hand, San Francisco, CA. 

For general support. 
$500 to Saint Anthony Foundation, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 



489 
The Poorman-Hoyt-Stratford Foundation 

P.O. Box 61 90 

San Diego, CA 92166 (619)222-8937 

Contact: Milton W. Stratford, Secy. 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Margaret Hoyt Stratford Trust. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,604,641 (M); expenditures, $98,253; 

qualifying distributions, $98,253; giving 

activities include $82,000 for 1 6 grants (high: 

$30,000; low: $1,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

higher education, hospitals and museums. 

Fields of interest: Museums; higher education; 

hospitals (general); human services; community 

development; government/public 

administration; general charitable giving. 

Types of support: Annual campaigns; 

endowment funds; research. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer and Trustees:* Milton W. Stratford,* 

Secy.; Carol Anne Blake. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 

EIN: 330289981 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$28,000 to University of California, Riverside, 

CA. For scholarships. 
$5,000 to Childrens Hospital at Stanford, Palo 

Alto, CA. 

$5,000 to House Ear Institute, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Mercy Hospital Foundation, San 

Diego, CA. 
$5,000 to Saint Vincent De Paul Village, San 

Diego, CA. 
$5,000 to Salvation Army of San Diego, San 

Diego, CA. 
$4,500 to Los Angeles Orthopaedic Hospital 

Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to Lewis and Clark College, 

Northwestern School of Law, Portland, OR. 

For population studies program. 
$2,000 to Palisades High School Booster Club, 

Pacific Palisades, CA. For program support. 
$2,000 to Stanford University, School of 

Biological Sciences, Stanford, CA. For 

scholarships. 



490 
The Present Family Foundation, Inc. ft 

7839 Electra Dr. 

Los Angeles, CA 90046 

Established in 1994 in California. 
Foundation type: Independent 



Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$1,347,567 (M); expenditures, $62,930; 

qualifying distributions, $55,365; giving 

activities include $55,365 for 27 grants (high: 

$30,000; low: $30). 

Fields of interest: Jewish agencies & temples; 

health associations. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

on a national basis. No grants for indivuduals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Henry Present, Pres.; Felicia Present, 

Treas. 

EIN: 954508545 



491 
Price Foundation, Inc. 

P.O. Box 672 

Upland, CA 91785 

Contact: George Ehrnman, Chair. 

Established in 1955 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,21 6,789 (M); expenditures, $99,065; 

qualifying distributions, $86,972; giving 

activities include $31,000 for 8 grants (high: 

$6,000; low: $2,000; average: $3,875) and 

$55,972 for 1 7 loans to individuals. 

Purpose and activities: Awards interest-free 

loans to local area students and supports local 

area social services, youth organizations, the 

handicapped, and hospitals. 

Types of support: Emergency funds; program 

development; matching funds; student loans to 

individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the west end of 

San Bernardino County, CA. 

Application information: Application form 

required for student loans or grants. All students 

and organizations must be located in the west 

end of San Bernardino County, CA. No loans or 

grants given outside of this area. Application 

form required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Cop/e5 of proposal: 1 

Deac//me(sJ:None 

Board meeting date(s): Semiannually 
Officers and Directors:* George R. Ehrnman,* 
Chair.; Barbara Biane,* Vice-Chair., Student 
Loans; Lillian Torres,* Secy.; Ed Accomozzo,* 
Treas.; and 1 6 additional directors. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 956069011 



492 
Queen of Peace Oratory Foundation ft 

c/o Walter Berg 
531 6 Garden Hwy. 
YubaCity,CA 95991-9432 

Established in 1993. 

Donor(s): Walter A. Berg. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,338,114 (M); gifts received, $152,915; 

expenditures, $142,326; qualifying distributions, 

$ 1 61 ,422; giving activities include $ 1 1 ,625 for 

3 grants (high: $11 ,000; low: $1 50). 

Fields of interest: Christian agencies & 

churches; religion. 



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Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
limited to CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: Ellen Berg, Pres.; Walter Berg, Secy. 
EIN: 680293986 



493 
Rafael Foundation 

P.O. Box 878 
Fairfax, CA 94978 

Established in 1989 in DE and CA. 

Donor(s): Yolande L Jurzykowski. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$334,1 98 (M); expenditures, $77,606; 

qualifying distributions, $69,090; giving 

activities include $64,000 for 2 grants (high: 

$50,000; low: $14,000). 

Fields of interest: Health care; human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA and VT. 

Officer: Yolande Jurzykowski, Pres. 

EIN: 6802031 29 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,000 to Tides Foundation, San Francisco, 

CA. For Red Fund. 
$14,000 to Brattleboro Retreat, Brattleboro, VT. 

For Meadows Recovery and Outpatient 

Program. 



494 
Thomas P. Raley Foundation 

P.O. Box 1561 8 
Sacramento, CA 95852 

Established in 1995 in CA. 

Donor(s): Rale/s. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$868,983 (M); gifts received, $1 ,000,800; 

expenditures, $1 50,080; qualifying distributions, 

$150,000; giving activities include $150,000 for 

2 grants (high: $125,000; low: $25,000). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); 

residential/custodial care. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Joyce Teel, Chair.; Charles Ceilings, 

Pres.; Neil Doerhoff, Secy.; Keith Tronson, C.F.O. 

EIN: 680358149 



495 
Lawrence ). Ramer Family Foundation 

1 999 Ave. of the Stars, Ste. 1090 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 

Established in 1988 in CA. 
Donor(s): Lawrence J. Ramer. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/96): Assets, 
$1,327,197 (M); expenditures, $88,449; 
qualifying distributions, $63,465; giving 
activities include $63,465 for 41 grants (high: 
$25,000; low: $100). 



Fields of interest: Theater; arts/cultural 

programs; higher education; eye disease; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer and Directors:* Lawrence J. Ramer,* 

Chair.; Linda Jordan. 

EIN: 954203784 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$25,000 to Lafayette College, Easton, PA. For 

annual fund. 

$5,000 to United Jewish Fund. 
$2,500 to Harvard Business School Fund, 

Boston, MA. 
$2,400 to American Jewish Committee, Los 

Angeles, CA. For annual fundraiser dinner. 
$1,000 to Achievable Foundation, Culver City, 

CA. 
$1,000 to American Council on Germany, NYC, 

NY. 

$1 ,000 to Gods Love We Deliver, NYC, NY. 
$1 ,000 to Reading is FUNdamental (RIF) of 

Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to Women in Need. 
$600 to Johns Hopkins Childrens Center, 

Baltimore, MD. 



496 
Erwin Rautenberg Foundation & 

520 Broadway, Ste. 440 

Santa Monica, CA 90401 (310)451-1465 

Contact: Erwin Rautenberg, Pres. 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Donor(s): Erwin Rautenberg. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,513,186 (M); gifts received, $432,500; 

expenditures, $77,209; qualifying distributions, 

$75,625; giving activities include $70,000 for 3 

grants (high: $25,000; low: $20,000). 

Fields of interest: Museums; higher education. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and 

Washington, DC. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deao7/ne(s):None 

Officers: Erwin Rautenberg, Pres.; Thomas B. 
Corby, Treas. 
EIN: 954509340 



497 
Raychem Foundation 

300 Constitution Dr. 

MenloPark,CA 94025-1164 (650)361-4355 

Owtfacf:Ms. Michal S. Mendelsohn, Asst. Secy. 

Established in 1980 in CA. 
Donor(s): Raychem Corp. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$273,754 (M); gifts received, $1 54,000; 
expenditures, $98,000; qualifying distributions, 
$98,000; giving activities include $98,000 for 
14 grants to individuals of $7,000 each. 
Purpose and activities: Giving to graduating 
high school seniors from any high school in the 
Sequoia Union High School District in CA who 
are accepted at a four-year college or university; 



support also for higher educational institutions 
and assorted organizations. 
Fields of interest: Elementary school/education; 
higher education; education; employment; 
minorities; general charitable giving. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 
Application information: Funds largely 
committed. Application form required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deao7me(sJ:Mar.1 

Officers and Directors:* James B. Spradling,* 
Pres.; Robert J. Saldick,* V.P.; Raymond J. Sims/ 
C.F.O.; Michal S. Mendelsohn, Scott Wylie. 
EIN: 9426581 00 



498 
The Antone and Marie Raymus Foundation 

544E.YosemiteAve. 
Manteca,CA 95336 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Antone E. Raymus. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,682,799 (M); gifts received, $400,000; 

expenditures, $106,954; qualifying distributions, 

$106,954; giving activities include $1 04,784 for 

46 grants (high: $1 6,500; low: $331). 

Fields of interest: Elementary school/education; 

secondary school/education; recreation; youth 

development, centers & clubs; human services; 

children & youth, services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Jack Gatto, Antone E. Raymus, David 

Raymus, Toni Marie Raymus, Thomas J. 

Shephard,Sr. 

EIN: 6801 72685 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$1 6,500 to Big Brothers/Big Sisters of San 

Joaquin, Stockton, CA. 
$5,707 to Boys and Girls Club of Manteca, 

Manteca, CA. 
$5,000 to Manteca Christian School, Manteca, 

CA. 
$5,000 to Saint Vincent de Paul Society, 

Manteca, CA. 
$5,000 to Soroptimist International, Manteca, 

CA. 
$4,050 to Junior Achievement of San Joaquin 

County, Stockton, CA. 
$2,500 to Boy Scouts of America, Forty-Niner 

Council, CA. 
$2,500 to Womens Center of San Joaquin 

County, Stockton, CA. 
$2,000 to Habit Productions Childrens 

Performing Arts, Lathrop, CA. 
$2,000 to Vietnamese Voluntary Foundation, 

San Jose, CA. 



499 
RCL Foundation 

(Formerly Richard S. Staley Foundation) 
1805 Industrial St. 
Los Angeles, CA 90021 
Contact: Angela Tan, Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1978. 



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Donor(s): Regina Leimbach. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 

$1,010,246 (M); expenditures, $121,410; 

qualifying distributions, $109,410; giving 

activities include $81,250 for 5 grants (high: 

$38,000; low: $1,250) and $10,357 for 1 grant 

to an individual. 

Fields of interest: Graduate/professional 

education; education. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds; 

scholarships to individuals; student loans to 

individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Contact foundation for 

student loan application form. Application form 

required. 

Deadline: None 
Final notification: Within 2 months 

Officers and Directors:* Nancy Edelbrock,* 

Pres.; Regina Leimbach,* V.P.; Angela Tan,* 

Secy.-Treas.; Joan Schaffer. 

EIN: 953387067 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$76,250 to University of Southern California, 
Los Angeles, CA. 4 grants: $38,000 (For 
Project RCL Foundation Information Systems 
for Los Angeles research), $25,000 (For 
Project RCL Foundation Information Systems 
for Los Angeles research), $12,000 (For 
Project RCL Foundation Information Systems 
for Los Angeles research), $1,250 (For library 
fund). 

$5,000 to Paloma Valley High School, Athletic 
Booster Club, Menifee, CA. For baseball 
diamond fund. 



500 

Recruiting Advancement of Instruction & 
Scholarship for Education of Graphic 
Arts, Inc. 

(also known as RAISE) 
5800 S. Eastern Ave., Ste. 400 
Los Angeles, CA 90040 

Established in 1975. 

Donor(s): Betty jane Hart* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$701,977 (M); gifts received, $75,031 ; 

expenditures, $80,839; qualifying distributions, 

$77,791; giving activities include $70,034 for 

grants (high: $36,500). 

Purpose and activities: Supports scholarship 

programs for graphic arts students. 

Fields of interest: Arts education. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: John Thomas, Chair.; Ron Nyborg, 

Vice-Chair.; Chuck Stay, Secy.-Treas. 

Directors: Wolfgang Hessel, Bill Jacot, Bob Salt, 

MarkTarzian. 

EIN: 237433575 



501 
The Ressler Family Foundation 

1 0960 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 500 
Los Angeles, CA 90024 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,1 39,565 (M); expenditures, $90,853; 

qualifying distributions, $87,195; giving 

activities include $90,500 for 8 grants (high: 

$50,500; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

Jewish federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Alison Ressler, Richard Ressler. 

EIN: 956979496 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,500 to Laurence 2000 School, Van Nuys, 

CA. 

$20,000 to Columbia University, NYC, NY. 
$7,500 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. For Sports Spectacular program. 
$5,000 to Jewish Television Network, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Make-A-Wish Foundation, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Bet Tzedek Legal Services, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Emek Hebrew Academy, Sherman 

Oaks, CA. 
$500 to Harvard University, Harvard College, 

Cambridge, MA. 



502 
The Ressler-Gertz Foundation & 

161 30 Ventura Blvd., Ste. 320 
Encino,CA 91436 

Established in 1997 in CA. 

DonoKshjami Gertz, Antony Ressler. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$77,637 (M); gifts received, $59,250; 

expenditures, $81,305; qualifying distributions, 

$79,305; giving activities include $79,1 55 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); cancer; 

AIDS; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: jam! Gertz, Antony Ressler. 

EIN:311533199 



503 
Jerry Rice 127 Foundation* 

2 Brittany Meadows 
Altherton,CA 94027 

Established in 1994 in CA and MO. 
Donor(s): Jacqueline B. Rice, Jerry Rice. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$45,427 (M); gifts received, $1 16,006; 
expenditures, $132,278; qualifying distributions, 



$76,989; giving activities include $75,000 for 3 
grants of $25,000 each. 
Fields of interest: Birth defects/genetics; boys 
clubs; Big Brothers/Big Sisters. 
Limitations: Giving limited to San Francisco, 
CA. No grants to individuals. 
Trustee: Jacqueline B. Rice, Jerry Rice. 
EIN: 94321 4482 



504 
Rincon Foundation 

595 E. Colorado Blvd., Ste. 323 
Pasadena, CA 91101 
Contact: James D. Fullerton, V.P. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Harriet P. Fullerton, James D. 

Fullerton. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 01/31/97): Assets, 

$170,029 (M); gifts received, $241,064; 

expenditures, $183,950; qualifying distributions, 

$1 83,950; giving activities include $1 82,000 for 

53 grants (high: $25,000; low: $250). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

higher and other education, Christian 

institutions, medical research and health 

associations; support also for general charitable 

activities. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

health associations; medical research; Christian 

agencies & churches; general charitable giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

annual campaigns; capital campaigns; 

building/renovation; scholarship funds; 

matching funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Trustees:* Harriet P. Fullerton,* 

Pres.; James D.Fullerton,* V.P. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 95407651 2 



505 
Ring Foundation 

1 1 377 W.Olympic Blvd., Rm. 13 
Los Angeles, CA 90064 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Donor(s): Norma Ring. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/97): Assets, 

$2,873 (M); gifts received, $52,000; 

expenditures, $52,965; qualifying distributions, 

$52,965; giving activities include $50,000 for 2 

grants of $25,000 each. 

Fields of interest: Higher education. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Norma Ring,* Pres.; 

Doug Ring,* Secy, and C.F.O. 

EIN: 954500900 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 



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$50,000 to University of Southern California, 
Los Angeles, CA. 2 grants: $25,000 each (For 
scholarships). 



506 
Irvine & Irma Robbins Foundation 

76 Mayfair Dr. 

Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 

Established around 1970. 

Donor(s): Irvine Robbins, Irma Robbins. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,548,928 (M); expenditures, $63,495; 

qualifying distributions, $63,975; giving 

activities include $62,565 for 27 grants (high: 

$13,430; low: $50). 

Fields of interest Museums; human services; 

Jewish federated giving programs; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Stanley Minsk, Irma Robbins, Irvine 

Robbins. 

EIN: 237065284 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$24,190 to Palm Springs Desert Museum, Palm 

Springs, CA. 2 grants: $13,430, $10,760 (For 

Contemporary Arts program). 
$1 1,650 to Eisenhower Medical Center, Rancho 

Mirage, CA. 
$1 0,000 to Jewish Federation of Palm Springs, 

Palm Springs, CA. 
$3,000 to Boys and Girls Club of the San 

Fernando Valley, Pacoima, CA. 
$2,500 to American Cancer Society, Rancho 

Mirage, CA. 
$2,000 to Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Otis, 

OR. 
$1 ,000 to Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to North Lincoln Hospital Foundation, 

Lincoln City, OR. 
$1,000 to Pacific Legal Foundation, 

Sacramento, CA. 



507 
J.H. Robbins Foundation 

503 Princeton Rd. 

SanMateo,CA 94402 (650)343-5300 

Contact: Aron H. Hoffman, Treas. 

Established in 1983; Classified as a private 
operating foundation in 1994. 
Donorfe): Josephine H. Robbins.* 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$1 ,997,305 (M); expenditures, $75,044; 
qualifying distributions, $75,044; giving 
activities include $63,500 for 10 grants (high: 
$25,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Medical care, in-patient care; 
housing/shelter, development; housing/shelter; 
human services; children & youth, services; 
family services. 

Limitations: Giving limited to San Mateo 
County, CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 



Deadline(s): None 

Officers: Russell A. Robbins, Pres.; Linda K. 
Hoffman, Secy.; Aron H. Hoffman, Treas. 
EIN: 94291 131 8 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$25,000 to Peninsula Community Foundation, 

San Mateo, CA. For general support. 
$10,000 to Samaritan House, San Mateo, CA. 

For free medical clinic. 
$6,500 to Family Service Agency of San Mateo 

County, Burlingame, CA. For counseling 

program. 
$5,000 to Rotary Service Foundation of San 

Mateo, San Mateo, CA. For scholarships. 
$5,000 to Temple Beth Shalom, Sun City, AZ. 

For endowment. 
$1,000 to Mills-Peninsula Hospitals Foundation, 

San Mateo, CA. For general support. 
$1,000 to Mission Hospice of San Mateo 

County, San Mateo, CA. For general support. 
$1,000 to San Mateo-Foster City Education 

Foundation, San Mateo, CA. 
$500 to Meals on Wheels of the Monterey 

Peninsula, Monterey, CA. 
$500 to San Mateo Public Library Foundation, 

San Mateo, CA. For general support. 



508 
Joseph P. Roberson Foundation * 

27180E.ElMaceroDr. 
EIMacero,CA 95618 

Established in 1991 in CA. 

Donor(s): Norman Kingshill, Bob Roberson, 

Joseph P. Roberson, J.P. Williams. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$150,613 (M); gifts received, $44,288; 

expenditures, $79,227; qualifying distributions, 

$64,030; giving activities include $64,030 for 3 

grants (high: $63,000; low: $51 5). 

Fields of interest: Birth defects/genetics research. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Joseph P. Roberson, Pres.; Chris 

Roberson, V.P.; Chris Roberson, Secy.; Tim E. 

Roberson, Treas. 

Directors: Steve Frary, Louis Warchot, Vicki 

Wheelock, M.D., Jean Pierre Williams. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 

EIN: 9431 48459 



509 
Jeanne and Sanford Robertson Fund t 

555 California St., No. 2600 
San Francisco, CA 94104 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): Sanford R. Robertson, Jeanne 

Robertson. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 

$1,261,602 (M); gifts received, $1,060,064; 

expenditures, $105,984; qualifying distributions, 

$99,260; giving activities include $99,260 for 

42 grants (high: $26,500; low: $91). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; education; hospitals (general); health 

associations; human services. 



Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: Sanford R. Robertson, C.E.O. and 
Pres.; Jeanne Robertson, Secy.-Treas. and CF.O. 
EIN: 943 181 457 



510 
John & Margaret Robson Foundation 

191 9 Sacramento St. 
San Francisco, CA 94109 

Established in 1985 in IL. 

Donor(s): John E. Robson, Margaret Z. Robson. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$312,284 (M); expenditures, $70,483; 

qualifying distributions, $63,852; giving 

activities include $63,980 for 52 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; higher 

education; general charitable giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Washington, DC, No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* John E. Robson,* Pres. 

and Treas.; Margaret Z. Robson,* Secy.; Douglas 

0. Robson. 

EIN: 363406998 



511 
Roen Family Foundation 

5963 La Place Ct., No. 304 
Carlsbad, CA 92008 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): Allard Roen, Evelyn Roen. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/96): Assets, 

$49,579 (M); gifts received, $1 03,1 00; 

expenditures, $66,053; qualifying distributions, 

$66,003; giving activities include $66,000 for 6 

grants (high: $50,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); Jewish 

federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA and LA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Allard Roen, Chair, and Pres.; Evelyn 

Roen, V.P.; Jerome Morrison, Secy.; Morris 

EngeL.C.F.0. 

Directors: Jeffrey Peter Roen, Judith Ann Roen, 

Melissa Ann Roen, Priscilla Ann Roen. 

EIN: 330579320 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$50,000 to United Jewish Federation, San 

Diego, CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Gladney Fund, Fort Worth, TX. For 

general support. 
$5,000 to Schumpert Medical Center, 

Shreveport, LA. For general support. 
$3,000 to United Way of San Diego County, San 

Diego, CA. For general support. 
$2,500 to Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith, 

San Diego, CA. For general support. 



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$500 to Deaf Action Center of Northwest 
Louisiana, Shreveport, LA. For general 
support. 



512 
Rolph Nicol Fund 

c/o Union Bank of California, N.A., Trust Tax 

95-91 

400 California St. 

San Francisco, CA 94104-1302 

Established in 1952. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,344,041 (M); expenditures, $64,974; 

qualifying distributions, $49,141 ; giving 

activities include $43,507 for 1 9 grants (high: 

$2,927; low: $70). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); human 

services; Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Union Bank of California, N.A. 

EIN: 946054470 



513 
Eli & Mae Rosen Foundation, Inc. 

c/o Jones, Schiller & Co. 
507 Polk St., Ste. 220 
San Francisco, CA 94102 

Established in 1969. 

Donor(s): Mae Rosen.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,263,361 (M); expenditures, $64,71 1 ; 

qualifying distributions, $57,178; giving 

activities include $57,1 78 for 63 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $23). 

Fields of interest: Education; health 

associations; human services; Jewish federated 

giving programs; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Francisco, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Melvin A. Schiller, Pres.; Robert 

Schiller, V.P.; Betsy A. Schiller, Treas. 

EIN: 237045725 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$20,600 to Congregation Sherith Israel, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$3,300 to Jewish Home for the Aged, San 

Francisco, CA. 

$2,500 to Temple Beth Abraham, CA. 
$2,500 to YMCA, San Francisco Metropolitan, 

San Francisco, CA. 
$1,500 to Jewish Community Federation of San 

Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma 

Counties, San Francisco, CA. 
$1,000 to Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund, 

San Francisco, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Glide Memorial Foundation, San 

Francisco, CA. 

$300 to American Lung Association. 
$250 to American Red Cross, San Francisco, CA. 
$250 to Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith, 

San Francisco, CA. 



514 

The Theodore Rosenberg Charitable 
Foundation 

P.O. Box 960 

Daly City, CA 94017 (650)991-2565 

Donor(s): Theodore Rosenberg. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,11 5,824 (M); gifts received, $1 39,300; 

expenditures, $146,932; qualifying distributions, 

$146,683; giving activities include $146,013 for 

71 grants (high: $40,000; low: $10). 

Purpose and activities: Support primarily for 

Jewish organizations, including welfare funds; 

grants also for medical research, higher 

education, and cultural programs. 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; medical research; human services; 

Jewish federated giving programs; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Theodore Rosenberg,* 

Pres.; Allen M. Singer, Secy.; Jerold B. 

Rosenberg,* Treas. 

EIN: 9460971 20 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$50,000 to Stanford University, Stanford, CA. 

$41 ,000 to Youth Towns of Israel, Los Angeles, 

CA. 2 grants: $38,000, $3,000. 
$6,625 to San Francisco Opera, San Francisco, 

CA. 2 grants: $3,900, $2,725. 
$5,000 to Jewish Community Federation, CA. 
$2,500 to Psoriasis Research Institute, Palo Alto, 

CA. 
$2,000 to Stanford University Hospital, Stanford, 

CA. 
$1,500 to Congregation Emanu-El, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$1,000 to Judah L. Magnes Memorial Museum, 

Berkeley, CA. 



515 
Sydney & Jaclyn Rosenberg Foundation 

9831 W. Pico Blvd. 

Los Angeles, CA 90035-4798 

Contact: Jaclyn Rosenberg, V.P. 

Established in 1950. 

Donor(s): Sydney J. Rosenberg. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,250,380 (M); expenditures, $22,972; 

qualifying distributions, $21,140; giving 

activities include $21,140 for 8 grants (high: 

$5,000; low: $140). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; youth 

development; Jewish federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Jaclyn B. Rosenberg, V.P.; Myrna M. 

Batten, Secy.; S. Bradford Rosenberg, Treas. 

Director: Sydney J. Rosenberg. 

EIN: 956027578 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 



$44,026 to United Jewish Welfare Fund, San 

Bernardino, CA. 
$26,650 to Jewish Big Brothers Association of 

Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA. 2 grants: 

$25,000 (For pavilion fund), $1,650 (For 

Boosters program). 
$1,000 to Los Angeles Police Memorial 

Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Suffolk University, Boston, MA. 
$500 to Stanford University, Stanford, CA. 



516 
Robert & Nina Rosenthal Foundation, Inc. 

2040 Ave. of the Stars, 4th Fl. 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 (310)286-7691 
Contact: Robert M. Rosenthal, Pres. 
FAX: (31 0)286-01 21 

Established in 1983. 

Donor(s): Robert M. Rosenthal. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,423,774 (M); expenditures, $69,303; 

qualifying distributions, $66,91 8; giving 

activities include $66,865 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Alzheimer's disease research; 

athletics/sports, equestrianism; human services. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Robert M. Rosenthal,* 

Pres.; Nina Rosenthal,* Secy, and C.F.O. 

EIN: 953875854 



517 
The Mark Ross Foundation it 

5 Dorman Ave. 

San Francisco, CA 94124 

Established in 1986. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,615,353 (M); expenditures, $103,626; 

qualifying distributions, $98,886; giving 

activities include $100,030 for 2 grants (high: 

$100,000; low: $30). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; college; 

aging, centers & services; Jewish agencies & 

temples. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Thomas J. Miller, Mina Vitlin, Victor 

A. Vitlin. 

EIN: 942990606 



518 
Rossi Family Foundation 

180hione 

Portola Valley, CA 94028 (650)8514327 

fAX; (650) 851 -971 6 

Established in 1989 in CA. 

Donor(s): L. Jay Rossi, Mrs. L. Jay Rossi. 

Foundation type: Independent 



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Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$1,977,000 (M); expenditures, $90,000; 
qualifying distributions, $78,451 ; giving 
activities include $79,566 for 18 grants (high: 
$10,000; low: $996). 

Purpose and activities: "Exclusively supporting 
the Yosemite Fund starting in 1 999." 
Fields of interest: Performing arts; theater; 
higher education; health care; mental 
health/crisis services; health associations; 
human services; homeless, human services. 
Types of support: Building/renovation; 
equipment; seed money; research. 
Limitations: Giving limited to San Mateo, Santa 
Clara, Marin, Los Angeles, and Sacramento 
counties, CA, and Lake County, IL. No support 
for religious or political organizations. No grants 
to individuals. 

Application information: Funds are fully 
committed between 1 999 and 2001 ; 
applications will not be accepted during this 
time. Application form required. 

Initial approach: Letter or proposal 

Copies of proposal: 7 

Deadline: Nov. 30 for letter of intent; Mar. 
30 for proposal 

Board meeting date(s): Spring 

Final notification: May or June 
Officers and Directors:* L. Jay Rossi,* Pres.; 
Marjorie Nye Rossi,* V.P. and Secy.-Treas,; 
Merilee Rossi Buckley, Craig Hall Rossi, Janeen 
Rossi, Safford Jay Rossi, Lizabeth Rossi Schuetz. 
EIN: 9431 061 22 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$1 0,000 to Stanford University, Stanford, CA. 

For Davis Memorial Award Fund. 
$7,500 to Marine Science Institute, Redwood 

City, CA. For voyages for school classes. 
$7,000 to DrawBridge: An Arts Program for 

Homeless Children, San Rafael, CA. For 

therapeutic art intervention programs. 
$7,000 to Sacred Heart Community Service, San 

Jose, CA. For computer learning center 

programs. 
$5,1 90 to Environmental Volunteers, Palo Alto, 

CA. For NEST program's teacher 

development workshops. 
$5,040 to San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, 

CA. For art education classes. 
$5,000 to Bienvenidos Childrens Center, 

Altadena, CA. For computer and academic 

materials. 
$5,000 to Inn Vision of Santa Clara Valley, San 

Jose, CA. For rooms at Montgomery Street 

Inn. 
$5,000 to Yosemite Fund, San Francisco, CA. 

For Mary Bell Floyd Memorial Fund. 
$3,200 to Shakespeare Festival of Los Angeles, 

Los Angeles, CA. For Will Power to Schools 

program. 



519 
Maggie and Earl Russell Foundation & 

702 N. Canon Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 

Established in 1986. 

Donor(s): Earl Russell. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,81 3,1 1 8 (M); gifts received, $509,927; 

expenditures, $78,154; qualifying distributions, 



$71,552; giving activities include $75,338 for 
20 grants (high: $24,000; low: $100). 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
education; medical research; children & youth, 
services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: Margaret Russell, Pres.; Keitha Russell, 
V.P.; Earl Russell, Secy.; Kent Russell, Treas. 
EIN: 9540783 18 



520 
Rutland Charitable Trusts 

2625 Acuna Ct. 
Carlsbad, CA 92009 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): George P. Rutland. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$191 ,641 (M); expenditures, $84,725; 

qualifying distributions, $84,700; giving 

activities include $84,700 for 6 grants (high: 

$26,400; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; 

international relief; Christian agencies & 

churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

on a national basis. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: George P. Rutland. 

EIN: 95407841 5 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$26,400 to Renewal Ministries, Ann Arbor, Ml. 

$26,300 to International City of Care 

Foundation, Thousand Oaks, CA. 
$25,000 to Franciscan University of 

Steubenville, Steubenville, OH. For FIRE 

programs. 

$5,000 to Northwood University, Midland, Ml. 
$1 ,000 to Leukemia Society of America, San 

Diego, CA. 
$1,000 to Saint Elizabeth Seton Church, 

Carlsbad, CA. 



521 
Charles E.Saak Trust 

8405 N.Fresno St., Ste. 210 

Fresno, CA 93720 (559)437-3056 

Co/tfacf; Dawn M. Compton, Scholarship and 

Grant Dir. 

Additional teL (800) 31 1 -5500; FAX: (559) 

261-0574 

Established in 1963. 
Donor(s): Charles E.Saak.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 01/31/97): Assets, 
$1,564,750 (M); expenditures, $73,064; 
qualifying distributions, $52,920; giving 
activities include $47,091 for 76 grants to 
individuals (high: $2,1 00; low: $150). 
Purpose and activities: Primarily provides aid to 
economically disadvantaged youth under 21 
years of age from the Porterville and Poplar, CA, 
area, in the form of dental and emergency 
medical assistance and scholarships for higher 
education. 



Fields of interest: Human services. 
Types of support: Grants to individuals; 
scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to residents of the 
Porterville and Poplar, CA, area. 
Application information: Application form 
required. 



Board meeting date(s): Apr. 30 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 94607621 3 



522 

Prentice Sack & Paul Sack Charitable 
Foundation 

49 Geary St., No. 500 
San Francisco, CA 94108 

Established in 1979 in CA. 

Donor(s): Paul Sack, Prentice Sack. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$284,350 (M); gifts received, $442,467; 

expenditures, $1 07,858; qualifying distributions, 

$1 06,628; giving activities include $106,628 for 

61 grants (high: $25,000; low: $20). 

Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs; higher education; human services; 

international affairs; federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Francisco, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Paul Sack, Prentice Sack. 

EIN: 94271 9897 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$25,000 to United Way, The, San Francisco, CA. 

$1 6,510 to San Francisco Art Institute, San 

Francisco, CA. 2 grants: $10,000, $6,510. 
$7,500 to San Francisco Museum of Modern 

Art, San Francisco, CA. 2 grants: $5,000 (For 

Photo Accessions Committee program), 

$2,500. 

$5,000 to Center for International Policy, DC. 
$3,000 to Friends of Photography, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$3,000 to Metropolitan Opera Association, 

NYC, NY. 
$2,500 to San Francisco Opera, San Francisco, 

CA. 
$1,500 to Ploughshares Fund, San Francisco, 

CA. 



523 
Saints and Sinners 

c/o Bank of America 
P.O. Box 31 89, Trust Tax, Div. No. 8029 
Los Angeles, CA 90051-1189 
Application address: Gary Joe, c/o Bank of 
America, 50 California St., Ste. 2800, San 
Francisco, CA 941 1 1 ; Tel.: (41 5) 445-41 42 

Donor(s): Lionel Steiner Trust. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 
$672,302 (M); gifts received, $40,388; 
expenditures, $95,736; qualifying distributions, 
$89,907; giving activities include $85,951 for 
35 grants (high: $5,000; low: $1,000). 



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Purpose and activities: Supplies milk to various 

local schools and awards grants to organizations 

benefitting children. 

Fields of interest: Education; nutrition; children 

& youth, services; disabled. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

in-kind gifts. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the San 

Francisco Bay, CA, area. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadlines): None 
Trustee: Bank of America. 
EIN: 946065204 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$5,000 to Boys and Girls Club of San Francisco, 

San Francisco, CA. 
$5,000 to Jean Weingarten Peninsula Oral 

School for the Deaf, Redwood City, CA. 
$5,000 to Saint Vincents Day Home, Oakland, 

CA. 
$5,000 to Tawonga Jewish Community 

Corporation, San Francisco, CA. 
$5,000 to That Man May See, San Francisco, CA. 
$4,000 to Jewish Family and Childrens Services, 

San Francisco, CA. 
$4,000 to West Coast Childrens Center, Albany, 

CA. 
$3,500 to Chinese American International 

School, San Francisco, CA. 
$3,500 to Friends for Youth, Redwood City, CA. 
$3,500 to Kids Turn, San Francisco, CA. 



524 
Samson Foundation 

1 100 Alma St., Ste. 200 
Menlo Park, CA 94025-3390 
Contact: Joseph Samson, Pres. 

Established in 1977 in CA. 

Donor(s): Joseph Samson, Carolyn Samson. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/95): Assets, 

$933,484 (M); expenditures, $65,91 7; 

qualifying distributions, $65,507; giving 

activities include $59,150 for 15 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Theater; music; human 

services; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Dead//nefe):None 

Officers: Joseph Samson, Pres.; Carolyn 
Samson, V.P.; Richard Zukin, V.P.; Leslie J. Bell, 
Secy.; Susan Galen, Treas. 
EIN: 942462620 



525 
San Diego Hospital Association & 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, Trust Tax Dept 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94162 

Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/96): Assets, 
$1 ,1 62,642 (M); expenditures, $52,373; 
qualifying distributions, $47,797; giving 
activities include $46,848 for 1 grant. 



Fields of interest: Health care. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to San Diego, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to a 

pre-selected organization. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 956493545 



526 
San Francisco Equestrian Festival i< 

200 Hearst Bldg. 

5 3rd St. 

San Francisco, CA 94103 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Phoebe H.Cooke. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$39,239 (M); expenditures, $51,490; qualifying 

distributions, $51,490; giving activities include 

$50,000 for 1 grant and $4,455 for 

foundation-administered programs. 

International interests: Netherlands. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the Netherlands. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Phoebe H. Cooke,* 

Pres.; Tony DeGroot,* V.P.; Rita A. Almon,* 

Secy.; Brennan Zerbe,* Treas.; William P. Clark, 

Jr. 

EIN: 943065693 



527 
San Francisco Family Foundation 

1750 Montgomery St. 

San Francisco, CA 94111 (415)9224091 
Contact: Beryl CD. Kay, Exec. Dir. 
MX: (41 5) 922-571 7 

Established in 1990 in CA as partial successor to 

Foster Charitable Trust. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,474,160 (M); gifts received, $1,300; 

expenditures, $93,1 1 1 ; qualifying distributions, 

$79,682; giving activities include $55,618 for 

55 grants to individuals (high: $3,060; low: $90). 

Purpose and activities: Provides goods, 

clothing, rent, home care, and medical supply 

reimbursements for elderly individuals (over 62 

years of age) through social service agencies. 

Applicants must have helped others during their 

lifetime and now find themselves in need. 

Fields of interest: Aging. 

Types of support: Grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to residents of the 

San Francisco Bay Area, CA. 

Publications: Financial statement, informational 

brochure, program policy statement, application 

guidelines. 

Application information: Applications are 

considered 6 times a year. Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Write or call for application 
form 

Copies of proposal: 1 



Officers and Board Members:* H. Roy 
Gordon,* Chair.; Gail F. Gordon,* Pres.; Marion 



Seawell,* Secy.; Malcolm Stroud,* Treas.; Beryl 
C.D. Kay,* Exec. Dir. 
Number of staff: 2 part-time support. 
EIN: 68021 71 17 



528 
San Francisco Humanities, Inc. 

c/o Thomas D. Sator 
232 Shearwater Isle 
Foster City, CA 94404 
Contact: Julius Blackman, Pres. 
Application address: 55 Chumasero Dr., San 
Francisco, CA 941 32; Tel.: (41 5) 334-0633 

Established around 1967. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/96): Assets, 

$1,1 63,534 (M); gifts received, $1 1 ,835; 

expenditures, $52,239; qualifying distributions, 

$24,807; giving activities include $9,000 for 21 

grants (high: $1,500; low: $150). 

Fields of interest: Jewish agencies & temples. 

Types of support: Program-related 

investments/loans. 

Limitations: Giving limited to San Francisco, 

CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline(s): 60 days before end of fiscal year 
Officers: Julius Blackman, Pres.; Hiram T. 
Cover, Secy.; Thomas D. Sator, Treas. 
Directors: Hermann H. Hirschfeld, Emil Knopf, 
Malcolm Sher, Ralph Silverman, and 10 
additional directors. 
EIN: 941 63141 3 



529 

San Gabriel Valley Training Center 
Charitable Trusts 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, Trust Tax Dept. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,034,147 (M); gifts received, $500,050; 

expenditures, $90,731 ; qualifying distributions, 

$26,876; giving activities include $25,335 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Michael Clark, Richard Orcutt, Shirley 

Roland, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 953952809 



530 
Sand Hill Foundation* 

3000 Sand Hill Rd., Bldg. 4, Ste. 180 
Menlo Park, CA 94025 
Contact: S.Bennett, Secy. 

Established in 1995 in CA. 
Donor(s): Thomas W. Ford. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$28,141 (M); gifts received, $141,200; 



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expenditures, $1 21 ,893; qualifying distributions, 

$1 14,956; giving activities include $1 14,956 for 

55 grants (high: $6,500; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Theater; American Red Cross; 

YM/YWCAs & YM/YWHAs; hospices; federated 

giving programs. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Application form not 



Deadline: None 

Officers: Thomas W. Ford, Pres.; Susan Bennett, 
Secy.; Susan Lockwood, Treas. 
EIN: 94321 91 07 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$6,500 to Phillips Brooks School, Menlo Park, 

CA. 
$4,850 to Planned Parenthood Association of 

Santa Clara County, San Jose, CA. 
$4,781 to Childrens Health Council of the 

Mid-Peninsula, Palo Alto, CA. 
$4,500 to Environmental Volunteers, Palo Alto, 

CA. 
$4,000 to South Coast Childrens Services, 

Pescadero, CA. 
$3,200 to Junior League of Palo Alto, Menlo 

Park,CA. 

$3,000 to Career Action Center, Cupertino, CA. 
$3,000 to Saint Anthonys Church, Menlo Park, 

CA. 

$2,500 to Theaterworks, Palo Alto, CA. 
$2,500 to Youth Community Service, Palo Alto, 

CA. 



$78,527; giving activities include $78,400 for 

29 grants (high; $10,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; health care; 

health associations; Roman Catholic agencies & 

churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the San Francisco Bay, CA, area. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Faye E. Batten Saul, Pres. and Treas.; 

Jane Wynne Saul, Secy. 

EIN: 942797241 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$10,000 to Childrens Hospital at Stanford, Palo 

Alto, CA. 
$5,500 to Charles Armstrong School, Belmont, 

CA. 
$4,000 to Menlo School and Menlo College, 

Atherton, CA. 
$2,900 to World Affairs Council of Northern 

California, San Francisco, CA. 
$2,500 to Audubon Society, National, CA. 
$2,500 to Delta Waterfowl Foundation, 

Bismarck, ND. 
$2,000 to California Waterfowl Association, 

Sacramento, CA. 
$2,000 to Mid-Peninsula Hospice Foundation, 

Menlo Park, CA. 
$2,000 to San Francisco Symphony, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$2,000 to Stanford University Hospital, 

Stanford, CA. 



Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officer: Herbert Schaffer, Pres. 
EIN: 954057558 



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Sylvia Carme! Schlanger and I. Robert 
Schlanger Charitable Foundation & 

c/o David Carme! 
69-730 Hwy. 111,516.118 
Rancho Mirage, CA 92270 

Established in 1996. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,266,057 (M); gifts received, $1,336,259; 

expenditures, $80,000; qualifying distributions, 

$80,000; giving activities include $80,000 for 

10grants(high:$30,000;low:$l,000). 

Fields of interest: Medical care, in-patient care; 

nursing home/convalescent facility; cancer; 

arthritis; medical research; adoption; foster care; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Successor trustees: David B. Carmel, Gene K. 



E!N: 656201 791 



531 
The Sapling Foundation %r 

c/o Imagine Publishing 
1 SON. Hill Dr. 
Brisbane, CA 94005 

Established in 1995. 

Donor(s): Christopher Anderson. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,957,081 (M); gifts received, $1,000,000; 

expenditures, $31,667; qualifying distributions, 

$27,442; giving activities include $25,000 for 1 

grant. 

Fields of interest: General charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to Palo Atlo, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to a 

pre-selected organizaiton. 

Director: Christopher Anderson. 

EIN: 943235545 



532 

George W. & Faye Batten Saul Family 
Fund 

C/o Bailard, Biehl & Kaiser 
950 Tower Ln.,Ste. 1900 
Foster City, CA 94404-2131 

Established in 1981. 

Donor(s): George W. Saul, Faye E. Batten Saul, 

Saul Charitable Annuity Trust. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 

$21 5,577 (M); gifts received, $78,000; 

expenditures, $78,527; qualifying distributions, 



533 

Scandinavian Consortium for 
Organizational Research, USA 

Stanford University 

509 Ceras 

Stanford, CA 94305-3084 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$4,121 (M); gifts received, $63,355; 

expenditures, $78,01 1 ; qualifying distributions, 

$78,01 1 ; giving activities include $66,000 for 1 

grant. 

Fields of interest: Higher education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Nils Brunsson, Garen Christensen, 

James Gmaarh, Jonan P. Olsen, Guj'e Sevon. 

EIN: 770392307 



534 
The H. Schaffer Foundation 

1 0960 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 1960 
Los Angeles, CA 90024 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Herbert Schaffer. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$247,484 (M); gifts received, $33,1 00; 

expenditures, $71 ,555; qualifying distributions, 

$70,750; giving activities include $70,750 for 

22 grants (high: $25,000; low: $15). 

Fields of interest: Jewish agencies & temples; 

general charitable giving. 



536 
Rudi Schulte Family Foundation K 

2927 De La Vina St., Ste. C 
Santa Barbara, CA 93105-3362 

Established in 1997 in CA. 

Donor(s): Rudolf R. Schulte. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,690,707 (M); gifts received, $1,557,656; 

expenditures, $59,667; qualifying distributions, 

$28,575; giving activities include $25,000 for 8 

grants (high: $5,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Choreography; elementary 

school/education; medical care, rehabilitation; 

mental health, counseling/support groups; 

human services, gift distribution; Roman 

Catholic agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Rudolf R. Schulte,* 

Pres.; Paul S. Schulte,* V.P.; Michael R. Franzen, 

Secy.-Treas.; Sylvia M. Molony, Berta A. Schulte, 

Henry G. Schulte, Peter R. Schulte. 

EIN: 770452600 



537 
Charles M.SchuIz Foundation* 

1 Snoopy Ft 

Santa Rosa, CA 95403 (707)546-7121 

Contact: Kenneth R. Pennington 

Established in 1982 in CA. 

Donor(s): Charles M. Schulz, Jean F. Schulz, 

Charles M. and Jean F. Schulz Trust. 



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Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$23,834 (M); gifts received, $1 34,078; 

expenditures, $1 31 ,475; qualifying distributions, 

$1 28 ; 380; giving activities include $127,500 for 

3 grants (high: $1 00,000; low: $1 2,500). 

Purpose and activities: Giving to arts 

organizations that focus on cartoons and comic 

arts; giving also for community improvement. 

Fields of interest: Museums; children & youth, 

services; economic development. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Sonoma County, 

CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter or verbal presentation 

Deadline(s): None 

Officers and Directors:* Craig Schulz,* Pres.; 
Edwin C. Anderson, Jr.,* Secy.; Meredith 
Hodges, Amy Johnson, Charles M. Schulz, Jr., Jill 
Schulz. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 94271 5935 



Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 
Dead//ne(sJ:None 

Officers: Carolyn Fank, Pres.; Ellen Brennan, 
V.P.; Linda Gayle Crane, Secy.; Ruth Perkins, 
Treas. 

EIN: 954076291 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$ 1 0,896 to Family Service of Santa Monica, 

Santa Monica, CA. For health care programs. 
$1 0,000 to AIDS Society Foundation. For 

programs. 
$10,000 to Saint Jude Childrens Research 

Hospital, Orange, CA. For programs. 
$1 0,000 to Shanti Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. 

For health care programs. 
$5,000 to AIDS Services Foundation for Orange 

County, Santa Ana, CA. For programs. 
$2,750 to Alternative Living for the Aging, West 

Hollywood, CA. For health care programs. 
$2,500 to Beverly Hills Senior Citizens Housing 

Corporation, Beverly Hills, CA. For health 

care programs. 



538 
The Schuman Foundation, Inc. 

9777WilshireBlvd.,Ste.816 

Beverly Hills, CA 90212-1884 (310)275-6680 

Contact: Sidney W. Schuman, Pres. 

Established in 1949. 

Donor(s): Edith C. Schuman, Sidney W. 

Schuman, Meyer Schuman Co. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$676,906 (M); expenditures, $102,331 ; 

qualifying distributions, $99,856; giving 

activities include $100,100 for 140 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); health 

associations; human services; children & youth, 

services; aging, centers & services; Jewish 

federated giving programs; Jewish agencies & 

temples; aging. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, 

CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Sidney W. Schuman, Pres. and Treas.; 
Edith C. Schuman, V.P. and Secy. 
EIN: 956029868 



539 
Schutrum-Piteo Foundation 

c/o Ruth Perkins 

16315MidwoodDr. 

Granada Hills, CA 91344 

Application address: 207 W. Alameda Ave., No. 

201, Burbank,CA 91 502-3022 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): Frank Piteo, Ruth Perkins. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$258,407 (M); expenditures, $56,076; 

qualifying distributions, $55,250; giving 

activities include $55,250 for 9 grants (high: 

$15,000; low: $2,500). 

Fields of interest: Health care; AIDS; family 

services. 



540 
The Schwab Family Foundation 

c/o Claire M. Buckey 

2233 Watt Ave., Ste. 295 

Sacramento, CA 95825 (916)484-0282 

Established in 1992 in CA. 

Donor(s): Barbara M. Schwab.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, $0 

(M); expenditures, $1 10,390; qualifying 

distributions, $101,904; giving activities include 

$1 01 ,904 for 8 grants (high: $49,035; low: 

$100). 

Purpose and activities: Primary areas of interest 

are children and family needs and hospice 

programs for the elderly. 

Fields of interest: AIDS; food services; human 

services; children & youth, services; family 

services; hospices; Roman Catholic agencies & 

churches; aging; economically disadvantaged; 

homeless. 

Limitations: Giving limited to northern CA. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deacf/mefs^.-None 

Officers: Mary B. Schwab, Pres.; Claire M. 
Buckey, Secy. 
EIN: 680264934 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$49,035 to Holy Spirit Catholic Church, Atlanta, 

GA. 
$25,310 to Saint Marys College of California, 

Moraga, CA. 

$10,000 to Atlanta Womens Fund, Atlanta, GA. 
$7,269 to Catholic Social Service, Diocese of 

Sacramento, Sacramento, CA. 
$6,000 to SUCCEED Program, Sacramento, CA. 
$3,190 to Our Lady of Assumption, Carmichael, 

CA. 
$1 ,000 to Canine Companions for 

Independence, Santa Rosa, CA. 
$1 00 to Multiple Sclerosis Society, Sacramento, 

CA. 



541 
SCI Special Fund 

P.O. Box 17899 

Irvine, CA 92713 (714)546-7603 

Confacr; Carolyn Jo West, C.F.O. 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Rogers A. Severson, Byron Tarnutzer. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$798,872 (M); gifts received, $97,925; 

expenditures, $1 30,357; qualifying distributions, 

$1 27,506; giving activities include $1 18,065 for 

8 grants (high: $77,300; low: $1,000). 

Purpose and activities: Support only for patients 

with spinal cord injuries whose financial 

resources are insufficient to provide for on-going 

rehabilitative care. 

Fields of interest: Medical care, rehabilitation; 

spine disorders; economically disadvantaged. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Rogers A. Severson, Pres.; Paul F. 
Marx, Secy.; Carolyn Jo West, C.F.O. 
EIN: 3303 1001 7 



542 
Porter Sesnon Foundation 

P.O. Box 1810 
Soquel,CA 95073-1810 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,182,653 (M); expenditures, $102,239; 

qualifying distributions, $99,344; giving 

activities include $100,000 for 36 grants (high: 

$10,500; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Music; secondary 

school/education; higher education; human 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. 

Officer: Susan S.Dolkas, Pres. 

EIN: 943042930 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$50,000 to Cabrillo College Foundation, Aptos, 

CA. 

$10,500 to Cate School, Carpinteria, CA. 
$1 0,000 to San Francisco Symphony Youth 

Orchestra, San Francisco, CA. 
$5,000 to Dartmouth College Alumni Fund, 

Hanover, NH. 
$2,500 to Schools of the Sacred Heart, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$1,500 to Pajaro Valley Shelter Services, 

Wabonville,CA. 
$1,000 to California Historical Society, San 

Francisco, CA. 

$1,000 to Museum of Art and History. 
$1,000 to Pacific Legal Foundation, 

Sacramento, CA. 
$1,000 to Pets Are Wonderful Support (PAWS), 

San Francisco, CA. 



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543 

Kenneth and Kathleen Sharpe 
Foundation & 

c/o Arthur S. Levine 

1 0390 Santa Monica Blvd., Ste. 400 

Los Angeles, CA 90025 

Established in 1995 in CA. 
Donor(s): Kathleen Kelly Sharpe. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/98): Assets, 
$81,470 (M); gifts received, $50,000; 
expenditures, $68,334; qualifying distributions, 
$67,050; giving activities include $67,050 for 
1 7 grants (high: $25,300; low: $500). 
Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 
health and educational purposes. 
Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 
education; higher education; hospitals (general). 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers and Directors:* Kathleen Kelly 
Sharpe,* Pres.; Arthurs. Levine,* Secy.; Michael 
K.McCourt,*C.F.O. 
EIN: 954531 872 



544 
J. F. Shea Company Foundation ft 

655 Brea Canyon Rd. 
Walnut, CA 91789 

Established in 1967 in CA. 

Donor(s):J.F.SheaCo.,lnc. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$286,537 (M); gifts received, $13,748; 

expenditures, $196,982; qualifying distributions, 

$1 84,040; giving activities include $ 1 84,040 for 

49 grants (high: $50,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; youth development; human services; 

Roman Catholic agencies & churches; general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: John F. Shea, Pres.; Edmund H. Shea, 

Jr., Secy.; Peter 0. Shea, Treas. 

EIN: 952554052 



545 
The Sidney Sheldon Foundation 

c/o Grant, Tani, Barash & Altman, Inc. 
9lOOWilshireBlvd.W.,Ste.1000 
Beverly Hills, CA 90212 

Established in 1987 in NY. 

Donor(s): Sidney Sheldon. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$26,191 (M); gifts received, $20,000; 

expenditures, $141,913; qualifying distributions, 

$ 1 41 ,591 ; giving activities include $1 41 ,625 for 

84 grants (high: $12,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; education; human services; children 

& youth, services; Christian agencies & 

churches. 



Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors and Trustees:* Morton L. Janklow,* 

Mary Sheldon,* Sidney Sheldon.* 

EIN: 133305996 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$12,000 to National Rainbow Coalition, DC. 

$10,000 to University of California, CA. 

$9,700 to Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles 

Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. 
$7,000 to International Rescue Committee, 

NYC, NY. 

$6,500 to My Friends Place, Hollywood, CA. 
$5,633 to United Friends of the Children, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to United Peace Officers Against Crime 

(UPAC), Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,800 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to Museum of Television and Radio, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,750 to PEN Center USA West, Los Angeles, 



546 
Al Sherman Family Foundation ft 

101 5 Isabel St. 
Burbank, CA 91510 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Donor(s): Al Sherman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1 ,049,984 (M); expenditures, $75,295; 

qualifying distributions, $74,469; giving 

activities include $74,735 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Education; cancer; cancer 

research; religion; disabled. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Burbank, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Al Sherman, Pres.; Hulda Sherman, 

Secy. 

EIN: 9541 40430 



547 
Walter H. and Phyllis ). Shorenstein 

Foundation & 
555 California St., No. 4900 
San Francisco, CA 94104-1714 

Established in 1965 in CA. 

Donor(s): Phyllis]. Shorenstein,* Walter H. 

Shorenstein. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$63,724 (M); gifts received, $208,248; 

expenditures, $1 50,580; qualifying distributions, 

$1 50,567; giving activities include $1 50,500 for 

1 1 grants (high: $50,000; low: $1,000). 

Purpose and activities: Support primarily for the 

United Way; some support also for higher 

education. 

Fields of interest: Federated giving programs. 



Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Francisco, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Walter H. 

Shorenstein,* Pres.; Anne Bolen, Secy.; Douglas 

W. Shorenstein,* Treas. 

EIN: 9461 131 60 



548 
William ). Shupper Family Foundation # 

7470N.FigueroaSt. 

Los Angeles, CA 90041-1736 (213)257-8291 

Contact: William J. Shupper, Tr. 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Donor(s):Judi Shupper, William Shupper. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$201,127 (M); gifts received, $272,000; 

expenditures, $81 ,629; qualifying distributions, 

$76,200; giving activities include $76,200 for 6 

grants (high: $30,000; low: $3,000). 

Fields of interest: Scholarships/financial aid; 

medical research; YM/YWCAs & YM/YWHAs; 

community development; Protestant agencies & 

churches. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 



Trustees: Judi E. Shupper, William J. Shupper. 
EIN: 95701 8921 



549 

Harry and Nita Shuster Charitable 
Foundation 

1 990 Westwood Blvd., 3rd Fl. 
Los Angeles, CA 90025 

Established in 1994. 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/95): Assets, 
$88,338 (M); gifts received, $218,750; 
expenditures, $111 ,624; qualifying distributions, 
$111 ,050; giving activities include $111 ,050 for 
7 grants (high: $1 00,000; low: $1 00). 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Trustees: Harry Shuster, Nita Shuster. 
EIN: 954508301 



550 
The Sikand Foundation, Inc. 

15230 Burbank Blvd., Ste. 100 
VanNuys,CA 91411 
Confad.-Gunjit S. Sikand, Pres. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 
Donor(s):GunjitS. Sikand. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 
$1 ,486,899 (M); gifts received, $1 68,1 75; 
expenditures, $75,766; qualifying distributions, 
$73,084; giving activities include $73,084 for 
108 grants (high: $10,500; low: $20). 



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Purpose and activities: Primary areas of interest 
include education, including educational 
programs for minorities, AIDS, and cancer, 
Fields of interest: Performing arts; engineering 
school/education; education; natural resource 
conservation & protection; wildlife preservation 
& protection; health associations; cancer; AIDS; 
cancer research; AIDS research; human services; 
youth, services; federated giving programs; 
engineering; government/public administration; 
minorities; economically disadvantaged; general 
charitable giving. 
International interests: Asia. 
Types of support: Annual campaigns. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 

Board meeting date(s): 1 st week of June 
Officers and Directors:* Gunjit S. Sikand,* 
Pres.; Margaret E. Sikand,* Secy. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 
EIN: 9541 09267 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$10,500 to United Way, Inc., Los Angeles, CA. 
$7,500 to Sikh Study Circle, Cerritos, CA. 
$5,000 to CARE Foundation, Western Regional 

Office, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to University of Southern 

California-Kenneth Morris Jr. Cancer Hospital, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$3,000 to Mary Health of the Sick Convalescent 

and Nursing Hospital, Newbury Park, CA. 
$2,020 to American Red Cross, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to City of Hope, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to RAND, Santa Monica, CA. 
$1,500 to K C E T Community Television of 

Southern California, Los Angeles, CA. For 

pledge drive. 
$1,200 to College of the Canyons Foundation, 

Valencia, CA. 



551 
Silent Foundation For The Arts * 

c/o Abramson & Company 
15250 Venture Blvd., Ste. 403 
Sherman Oaks, CA 91403 

Established in 1995 in California. 

Donor(s): Sharon V. Stone. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$5,463 (M); gifts received, $134,500; 

expenditures, $140,953; qualifying distributions, 

$138,067; giving activities include $138,068 for 

12 grants (high: $55,000; low: $2,000). 

Fields of interest: Film/video; arts, artist's 

services; arts/cultural programs; women, centers 

& services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Paulette Marshall, C.E.O. and Secy.; 

Sharon V. Stone, Pres.; Millicent Craven, C.F.O. 

EIN: 954503789 



552 
The Sizzler International Foundation 

(Formerly Collins Foods International 

Foundation) 

1 2655 W. Jefferson Blvd. 

Los Angeles, CA 90066 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Donor(s): Collins Foods International, Sizzler 

International, Inc. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/96): Assets, 

$3,392 (M); gifts received, $35,000; 

expenditures, $58,059; qualifying distributions, 

$57,895; giving activities include $57,895 for 

33 grants (high: $19,093; low: $25; average: 

$25-$25,000). 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

higher education; children & youth, services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* James A. Collins,* 

Pres.; Christopher R. Thomas,* Secy.; Kevin W. 

Perkins,* CF.O. 

EIN: 9541 681 76 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$1 9,093 to United Way of Los Angeles, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1 5,275 to Shriners Hospital for Crippled 

Children, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Teach for America, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,500 to AMR/AA Foundation, Los Angeles, 

CA. For children's charity programs. 
$2,1 00 to Loyola Marymount University, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to Natural History Museum of Los 

Angeles County, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 ,500 to Independent College Fund of New 

jersey, Summit, NJ. 
$1 ,000 to Boy Scouts of America, San Gabriel 

Council, San Gabriel, CA. 
$1,000 to Getty House Restoration Foundation, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to National Society of Fund Raising 

Executives, Los Angeles, CA. For GLAC 

program. 



553 
Margaret K. SIoss Foundation 

81 8 Cherry St. 

Santa Rosa, CA 95404-4207 

Contact: Louis SIoss, jr., Tr. 

Established about 1958. 
Donor(s): Members of the SIoss family. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$43,770 (M); gifts received, $142,441 ; 
expenditures, $149,504; qualifying distributions, 
$149,1 35; giving activities include $148,786 for 
245 grants (high: $26,000; low: $10). 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 
education; environment; family planning; health 
associations; human services; international 
relief; peace; civil rights; community 
development; Jewish agencies & temples; 
economically disadvantaged. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 
grants to individuals. 



Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations; unsolicited requests 
for funds not considered. Trustees initiate grants. 

Board meeting date(s): Annually 
Trustees: Karen SIoss, Louis SIoss, Jr., Margaret 
K. SIoss. 

Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 946065985 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$26,000 to New Israel Fund. 
$4,600 to Community Foundation of Santa Cruz 

County, Sequel, CA. 
$4,250 to San Francisco Opera, San Francisco, 

CA. 
$3,000 to Save the Redwoods League, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$2,500 to A Territory Resource (ATR), Seattle, 

WA. 
$2,500 to Planned Parenthood of Western 

Washington, Seattle, WA. 
$2,000 to San Francisco Symphony, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$2,000 to Valley Churches United, Ben 

Lomond, CA. 

$2,000 to Washington Works, Seattle, WA. 
$1 ,400 to House of Christ Beneficent 

Foundation, Valdivia, Chile. 



554 
Edward M. Smith Family Art Foundation & 

c/o Edward M. Smith 
416N.HaleAve. 
Escondido,CA 92029 

Established in 1996 in CA. 
Donor(s): Edward M. Smith. 
Foundation type: Operating 
Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 
$32,724 (M); gifts received, $107,560; 
expenditures, $74,836; qualifying distributions, 
$17,100; giving activities include $57,500 for 3 
grants (high: $25,000; low: $7,500). 
Fields of interest: Arts, research; museums. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
limited to CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers: Edward M. Smith, Pres.; Naomi E. 
Smith, Secy.; Wilhelma Wilkie, CF.O. 
EIN: 954605433 



555 
Grace Pepper Smith Foundation 

P.O. Box 93 

Balboa Island, CA 92662 

Established in 1959 in CA. 

Donor(s): Clarinda C. Smith, June Macadam, 

MarkleC. Smith, Mary C Hamilton. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$329,368 (M); gifts received, $21 3,054; 

expenditures, $226,899; qualifying distributions, 

$226,51 2; giving activities include $1 53,929 for 

grants (high: $141, 129). 

Fields of interest: Christian agencies & 

churches; general charitable giving. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA and FL. No grants to individuals. 



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Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations; funds presently 

committed. 

Officers: Markle C. Smith, Pres.; Clarinda C. 

Smith, V.P. and Treas.; Mary C. Hamilton, Secy. 

EIN: 956052292 



556 
The Smittcamp Family Foundation & 

81 00 N. Minnewana 
Clovis,CA 93611 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$782,794 (M); gifts received, $685,000; 

expenditures, $57,010; qualifying distributions, 

$57,000; giving activities include $57,000 for 2 

grants (high: $50,000; low: $7,000). 

Purpose and activities: 'The Smittcamp Family 

Foundation does not participate in any grant or 

loan program other than contributions to other 

Sec. 501(0 organizations." 

Fields of interest: Libraries (public); hospitals 

(specialty). 

Limitations: Giving limited to CA. 

Officers: Earl S. Smittcamp, Pres.; Muriel 

Smittcamp, Secy .-Treas. 

Directors: Carol Copeland, Elizabeth Kimball, 

Robert Smittcamp, William Smittcamp. 

EIN: 770343026 



557 
John W. Spencer Trust 

c/o Mechanics Bank of Richmond 
31 70 Hilltop Mall Rd. 
Richmond, CA 94806 (510)262-7200 
Contact: Mrs. Ruth Byrone 

Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 
$1,879,363 (M);expenditores, $90,742; 
qualifying distributions, $77,654; giving 
activities include $77,1 75 for 60 grants to 
individuals (high: $2,250; low: $300). 
Purpose and activities: Scholarships for local 
residents attending any University of California 
campus or Stanford University. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to residents of 
Richmond and El Cerrito, CA. 
Application information: Application form 
required. 

Dead//ne(s):Apr.1 

Officer and Trustees:* William M. Reid,* Pres.; 
Henry E. Covell, Jr., David Parsons. 
EIN: 946055547 



558 
The Speramus Foundation & 

1450ChapinAve.,No.7 
Burlingame, CA 94010 

Established in 1996 in CA. 
Donor(s): Sheila O'Connor Burns. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 
$1,658,498 (M); gifts received, $50,700; 
expenditures, $9,602; qualifying distributions, 



$5,000; giving activities include $5,000 for 1 

grant. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in San Mateo, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Sheila O'Connor Burns, Pres.; Sheila 

Burns McWilliams, V.P.; Brian P. Burns, Secy. 

Trustees: Roderick 0. Burns, Sean R. Burns. 

EIN: 9431 81 132 



559 
Spinty Foundation ft 

P.O. Box 1364 

Jackson, CA 95642-1364 

Established in 1997 in CA. 
Donor(s): Irene McKee. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$56,080 (M); gifts received, $200,000; 
expenditures, $145,237; qualifying distributions, 
$145,237; giving activities include $1 39,000 for 
9 grants (high: $26,400; low: $1 ,000). 
Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 
education; human services; health care; 



Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Jackson and Sutler Creek, CA. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Irene McKee, Pres. 

Directors: Abby Blankenheim, Sharon Casella, 

Montebelle Kenourgios, Carl Lathrum, Loren 

Williams, Dan Young. 

EIN: 680397376 



560 
Springcreek Foundation 

770TanalpaisDr.,Ste.210 
Corte Madera, CA 94925 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Donor(s):T. Dixon Long. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$1,61 6,1 03 (M); gifts received, $5,723; 

expenditures, $85,197; qualifying distributions, 

$41 ,951 ; giving activities include $43,1 51 for 

18 grants (high: $10,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Historic 

preservation/historical societies; arts/cultural 

programs; human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* T. Dixon Long,* Pres.; 

Maud-Alison Long, V.P.; Barbara H. Young,* 

Secy .-Treas. and C.F.O.; Henry H. Corning. 

EIN: 680344778 



561 
Otis Spunkmeyer Foundation, Inc. 

14490 Catalina St. 

San Leandro, CA 94577 

Established around 1992. 



Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, $0 

(M); gifts received, $328,214; expenditures, 

$338,039; qualifying distributions, $316,51 3; 

giving activities include $23,1 75 for 20 grants 

(high: $5,000; low: $75) and $1 34,780 for 89 

grants to individuals (high: $8,245; low: $110). 

Fields of interest: Dance; education; animal 

welfare; recreation; youth, services; general 

charitable giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

grants to individuals; scholarships to 

individuals. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA and OR. 

Officers: Kenneth B. Rawlings, C.E.O.; Linda 

Rawlings, Pres.; Steve Ricks, Secy.; Steve 

Morlock, C.F.O. 

EIN: 9431 591 60 



562 

C. J. Stafford & Dot Stafford Memorial 
Trust 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 (619)622-6716 

Contacf: Lynn Powers, Trust Off., Wells Fargo 

Bank, N.A. 

Established in 1984 in CA. 
Donor(s): C.J. Stafford,* Dot Stafford.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 
$1,547,428 (M); expenditures, $137,225; 
qualifying distributions, $94,507; giving 
activities include $69,900 for 17 grants (high: 
$10,000; low: $2,000). 
Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 
social services, including youth, the elderly, and 
the homeless; support also for hospitals, alcohol 
and drug abuse programs, medical research and 
health associations, vocational and other forms 
of education, the fine and performing arts, 
community funds, and religion. 
Fields of interest: Museums; performing arts; 
music; vocational education; education; 
hospitals (general); substance abuse, services; 
health associations; alcoholism; medical 
research; human services; children & youth, 
services; aging, centers & services; homeless/ 
human services; federated giving programs; 
religion; aging; homeless; general charitable 
giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 
continuing support; capital campaigns; 
building/renovation; equipment; emergency 
funds; program development; matching funds. 
Limitations: Giving limited to San Diego 
County, CA. 

Publications: 990-PF, application guidelines. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 6 

Deacf//ne(s;.-Apr.1 

Board meeting date(s): Varies, usually 

quarterly 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
Number of staff: 1 full-time professional; 4 
part-time professional; 1 full-time support. 
EIN: 330085374 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 



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$ 1 3,000 to YMCA of San Diego County, San * 

Diego, CA, 2 grants: $10,000 (For 

Commitment to Youth programs), $3,000. 
$5,400 to Voices for Children, San Diego, CA. 
$5,000 to Childrens Museum of San 

Diego/Museo de los Nines, San Diego, CA. 
$5,000 to Logan Heights Family Health Center, 

San Diego, CA. 
$5,000 to Reuben H. Fleet Space Theater and 

Science Center, San Diego, CA. 
$5,000 to San Diego Youth and Community 

Services, San Diego, CA. 
$5,000 to Sherman Heights Community Center, 

San Diego, CA. 
$4,000 to Family Service Association of San 

Diego County, San Diego, CA. 
$2,500 to Mamas Kitchen, San Diego, CA. 



563 

Charles E. Stanley Scottish Rite Memorial 
Fund 

c/o Bank of Stockton 

P.O. Box 11 10 

Stockton, CA 95201 

Application address: c/o Scottish Rite Temple, 

33 W. Alpine St., Stockton, CA 95204 

Established about 1974 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,602,763 (M); expenditures, $1 5,392; giving 

activities include $96,000 for 24 grants to 

individuals of $4,000 each and $523,720 for 89 

loans to individuals. 

Purpose and activities: Awards scholarship 

loans to individuals who reside in the area 

covered by the Scottish Rite Temple. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the Stockton, CA, 

area. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Deadline(s): None 
Officer: Ham Fisher, Loan Admin. 
Trustee: Bank of Stockton. 
Scholarship Committee: Hon. William Biddick, 
jr., Robert Blewett, R.W. Friedberger, Richard 
Lewis, Larry Osborne, Charles E. Richmond. 
EIN: 946220263 



564 

David T. and DorrisE. Staples 
Foundation & 

P.O. Box 984 

Escondido, CA 92033-0984 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Donor (s): Dorris E. Staples. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/97): Assets, 

$53,680 (M); gifts received, $1 1 7,290; 

expenditures, $66,036; qualifying distributions, 

$65,886; giving activities include $60,440 for 

14 grants (high: $27,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Music; higher education; 

education; boys & girls clubs; Salvation Army; 

religion, interfaith issues. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Officers & Directors:* Dorris E. Staples,* Pres.; 

Karen Jobe,* Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 3307231 10 



565 
Mary R. Stauffer Foundation 

781 3 E. 2nd St. 
Downey, CA 90241 

Established in 1993. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 

$1,138,155 (M); gifts received, $194,086; 

expenditures, $55,047; qualifying distributions, 

$63,421 ; giving activities include $53,927 for 

grants (high: $30,000; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Director: Mary R. Stauffer. 

EIN: 954433269 



566 
Steiner Family Foundation, Inc. 

18ManzanitaPl. 
Mill Valley, CA 94941 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,088,662 (M); expenditures, $77,494; 

qualifying distributions, $62,81 8; giving 

activities include $63,037 for 10 grants (high: 

$17,537; low: $125). 

Fields of interest: Libraries/library science; 

natural resource conservation & protection; 

environment. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area, CA. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Lynn S. Wasser, Pres.; Sharon A. Davis, 

Secy.; Heather Wasser, C.F.O. 

EIN: 9541 33581 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$25,505 to Richard L. Hoffman Foundation, 

Mars Hill, NC. 
$10,495 to Threshold Foundation, San 

Francisco, CA. 

$10,000 to Chiriap International Foundation. 
$5,000 to Permacultura America, Santa Fe, NM. 
$5,000 to Tibetan Childrens Foundation, 

Missoula, MT. 
$1 ,900 to Maya Educational Foundation, White 

River Junction, VT. 
$1,000 to Library Foundation of San Francisco, 

San Francisco, CA. 



567 

D. R. and C. B. Stephens Charitable 
Foundation 

c/o D.R. Stephens & Co. 

1 Embarcadero Or., Ste. 2830 

San Francisco, CA 94111 (415)781-8000 

Contact; Christina B. Stephens, C.F.O. 

Established in 1984 in CA. 
Donor(s): Donald R. Stephens. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 
$561,618 (M); expenditures, $119,292; 
qualifying distributions, $103,975; giving 



activities include $104,335 for grants (high: 

$33,050). 

Fields of interest: Museums; 

elementary/secondary education; human 

services; Christian agencies & churches; general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in San Francisco, 

CA. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deao7/ne(sJ:None 

Officers: Donald R. Stephens, C.E.O.; Christina 
B. Stephens, C.F.O. 
EIN: 942951 708 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$33,050 to San Francisco Museum of Modern 

Art, San Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$7,000 to Calvary Presbyterian Church, 

Riverside, CA. For general support. 
$6,000 to Hamilton Family Center, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, 

San Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$2,000 to San Francisco School Volunteers, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$2,000 to Urban School of San Francisco, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,490 to San Francisco Symphony, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$1,000 to Friends of Recreation and Parks, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$1,000 to San Francisco Fall Antique Show, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,000 to San Francisco Zoological Society, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 



568 

Sterling Foundation ti- 
c/o J.Arthur Greenfield & Co. 
924 Westwood Blvd., Ste. 1000 
Los Angeles, CA 90024-2910 

Established in 1997 in CA. 
Donor(s):John Dorman, Leslie Dorman. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,401,000 (M); gifts received, $1,401,000; 
expenditures, $0. 

Application information: No grants paid in 
fiscal year 1997. First year of operation. 
Officers and Directors:* Leslie A. Dorman,* 
Pres.; John C. Dorman,* Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 954656864 



569 
The Stern Family Foundation & 

865S.FigueroaSt.,Ste.1800 
Los Angeles, CA 90017 
Contact: Marc 1. Stern, Pres. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Marc I. Stern, Henley Manufacturing, 

The Henley Group. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,048,191 (M); gifts received, $132,563; 

expenditures, $47,287; qualifying distributions, 

$45,224; giving activities include $42,641 for 

grants. 



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Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 
education; education; medical research; Jewish 
agencies & temples. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadl'me(s): None 

Officers: Marc I. Stern, Pres. and C.F.O.; Eva S. 
Stern, V.P.; Patricia A. Curtis, Secy. 
EIN: 330220467 



570 
Sidney Stern Memorial Fund 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Trust Tax Dept. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Application address: c/o Wells Fargo Bank, 

NA, 333 S. Grand Ave., Los Angeles, CA 

90071; Tel.: (323) 461-3154 

Established in 1957. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,477,807 (M); expenditures, $94,140; 

qualifying distributions, $78,383; giving 

activities include $75,000 for 14 grants (high: 

$15,000; low: $2,000). 

Fields of interest: Medical care, outpatient care; 

health care; health associations; 

residential/custodial care; human services, 

special populations. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Southern CA. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deacf/mefrj.-None 

Trustees: H. Paul Colwell, Howard 0. Wilson, 
Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 9560501 41 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 

$1 5,000 to Braille Institute, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 5,000 to Jewish Orphans Home of Southern 

California, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1 5,000 to Orthopaedic Hospital, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$8,000 to University of Southern California, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$3,000 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$3,000 to City of Hope National Medical 

Center, Duarte, CA. 

$2,000 to American Cancer Society, Atlanta, GA. 
$2,000 to American Lung Association of Los 

Angeles County, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to March of Dimes Birth Defects 

Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to United Way, Inc., Los Angeles, CA. 



571 
Raymond, Jessie & Rae Stevens Trust & 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1993 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,51 0,778 (M); expenditures, $83,659; 
qualifying distributions, $63,553; giving 



activities include $54,000 for 2 grants of 

$27,000 each. 

Fields of interest: Education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 946659362 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$27,000 to Benevolent and Protective Order of 

Elks, juneau Lodge, juneau, AK. For 

scholarships. 
$27,000 to Gastineaux Lodge, Mount juneau, 

Juneau, AK. For scholarships. 



572 
The Mike and Corky Hale Stoller 

Foundation & 

10960WilshireBlvd.,Ste.2150 
Los Angeles, CA 90024 

Established in 1997 in CA. 

Donor(s): Corky Hale Stoller, Mike Stoller. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,1 01 ,409 (M); gifts received, $953,755; 

expenditures, $73,247; qualifying distributions, 

$72,268; giving activities include $72,268 for 

12 grants (high: $10,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Animals/wildlife; human 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Corky Hale Stoller, C.E.O. and Pres.; 

Mike Stoller, Secy, and Treas. 

EIN: 954625956 



573 

Edward G. and Dorothy D. Stotsenberg 
Foundation 

(Formerly Clarence H. Piper Foundation) 
9171 WiIshireBlvd.,Ste.512 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 
Contact: Edward G. Stotsenberg, Pres. 
Application address: 33525 Mulholland, 
Malibu, CA 90265 

Established in 1990. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1 ,676,1 33 (L); expenditures, $1 29,484; 

qualifying distributions, $125,484; giving 

activities include $1 25,700 for 7 grants (high: 

$11 3,500; low: $800). 

Fields of interest: Higher education. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Officers and Directors:* Edward G. 

Stotsenberg,* Pres.; Dorothy D. Stotsenberg,* 

Secy. 

EIN: 954265406 



574 
The Strong Foundation 

1 1 6 New Montgomery St., Ste. 532 
San Francisco, CA 94105-3607 
(415)882-7928 

Established in 191 4 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/96): Assets, 

$877,077 (M); expenditures, $85,352; 

qualifying distributions, $80,590; giving 

activities include $59,200 for 51 grants (high: 

$3,400; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Education; natural resource 

conservation & protection; environment; 

wildlife preservation & protection; agriculture; 

marine science. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; equipment; land 

acquisition; program development; seed money; 

research; matching funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and the 

Pacific Northwest, including AK. No support for 

schools, hospitals, or political action 

committees. No grants to individuals, or for 

conferences or continuing publications. 

Publications: Application guidelines. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: 2-page proposal 

Copies of proposal: 1 2 

Deadline: }an. 15, May 15, and Sept. 15 

Board meeting date(s): 6 times annually 

Final notification: Mar., July, and Nov. 
Officers and Directors:* Charlotte Kimball,* 
V.P.; Wendy Eliot,* Secy.; Paul Grunland,* 
Treas.; Thomas E. Bowman, Gerald B. 
Cullinane, Kathleen Defendorf, John Hoffnagle, 
Margaret Kelley, Tamra Peters. 
Number of staff: None. 
BN: 9411 6741 2 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$3,400 to American Land Trust, San Francisco, 

CA. 
$2,900 to Save Mount Diablo, Walnut Creek, 

CA. 

$2,800 to Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund. 
$2,600 to Bishops Ranch. 
$2,500 to California Oak Foundation, Oakland, 

CA. 

$2,100 to Columbia River United, Bingen, WA. 
$1,800 to Bay Area Regional Watershed 

Network, Richmond, CA. 
$1 ,700 to Alliance for the Wild Rockies, 

Missoula,MT. 
$1,200 to Audubon Society, Bitterroot, Friends 

of, Hamilton, MT. 
$1,200 to Dakota Resource Council, Dickinson, 

ND. 



575 
Hadley and Marion Stuart Foundation 

c/o Alex Frasco, Sugarman & Co. 
50 California St., No. 470 
San Francisco, CA 94111 

Established in 1988 in CA. 
Donor(s): Marion Butler Stuart. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 0/31/96): Assets, 
$1,150,746 (M); expenditures, $58,107; 
qualifying distributions, $52,000; giving 



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activities include $52,000 for 4 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $2,000). 

Fields of interest: Education; animal welfare; 

learning disorders research. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Brett Fullerton Stuart, Marion Butler 

Stuart, Nan M. Stuart. 

EIN: 946607854 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$20,000 to American Humane Association. For 

general support. 
$20,000 to Nature Conservancy, San Francisco, 

CA. For general support. 
$1 0,000 to Law Enforcement Training Institute. 

For general support. 
$2,000 to Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation, 

Sun Valley, ID. For general support. 



576 
Studenica Foundation ft 

74ArguelloCir. 

San Rafael, CA 94901 (415)451-6900 
Contact: Michael Djordjevich, Pres. 
Application address: 1299 4th St., San Rafael, 
CA 94901 

Established in 1994. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$557,784 (M); gifts received, $1 1 6,230; 

expenditures, $11 5,479; qualifying distributions, 

$1 15,479; giving activities include $26,300 for 

6 grants (high: $1 1,000; low: $ 1 ,000) and 

$88,700 for 13 grants to individuals (high: 

$12,700; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Higher education. 

Types of support: Grants to individuals; 

scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the former 



pulmonic field of medicine, with emphasis on 

asthma and allergy research, study, and 

treatment 

Fields of interest: Education; hospitals (general); 

health care; biomedicine; medical research; 

religion; general charitable giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; building/renovation; 

equipment; land acquisition; debt reduction; 

emergency funds; program development; 

conferences/seminars; curriculum development; 

fellowships; internships; scholarship funds; 

research; technical assistance; program-related 

investments/loans. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No support 

for political purposes. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Applications accepted 

beginning Sept. 15. Application form required. 



Application information: 

DeaoV/nefsJ:None 

Officers: Michael D. Djordjevich, Pres.; 
Dragoslav Georvievich, Secy.; Peter Chelovich, 
Treas. 

Director: Vidak Chelovich. 
EIN: 9431 86334 



577 

Harold R. Swanton & Winifred R. 
Swanton Foundation 

c/o Union Bank of California, N.A. 

P.O. Box 60477 

Los Angeles, CA 90060 

Contact; Annette M. Lercel, V.P., Union Bank of 

California, NA 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Harold R. Swanton,* Winifred 

Swanton.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 01/31/97): Assets, 

$1,704,636 (M); expenditures, $83,053; 

qualifying distributions, $68,628; giving 

activities include $63,000 for 1 2 grants (high: 

$9,500; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: Support limited to 

charities, with a portion dedicated to the 



Copies of proposal: 4 

Deadline(s):Nov. 15 

Board meeting date(s): Jan. 

Final notification:}^. 30 
Trustee: Union Bank of California, N.A. 
EIN: 95401 9288 



578 
Symonds Foundation ft 

6329 Laurel Canyon Blvd. 

North Hollywood, CA 91606-3228 

Established in 1986 in CO. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$1,787,786 (M); expenditures, $192,029; 

qualifying distributions, $1 03,51 0; giving 

activities include $105,000 for 22 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Mental health/crisis services; 

medical research; housing/shelter, development; 

human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: John Symonds, Pres.; Robert Symonds, 

V.P.; William Symonds, Secy. 

Trustee: Mary Symonds, 

EIN: 237223088 



579 
The Taft Foundation & 

c/o Litton & Williams 

255 Maple Ct., Ste. 220 

Ventura, CA 93003 

Contact: John E. Taft, Pres. 

Application address: 2158 Baldwin Rd., Ojai, 

CA 93023 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s): John E. Taft. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 

$940,81 1 (M); gifts received, $180,298; 

expenditures, $1 1 2,067; qualifying distributions, 

$107,893; giving activities include $102,535 for 

18 grants (high: $92,350; low: $40). 

Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs; natural resource conservation & 

protection; environment. 



Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deac///ne(sj:None 

Officers: Melody Taft, C.E.O.; John E. Taft, Pres.; 
Julia Taft-Whitman, Secy. 
EIN: 770271 689 



580 

Linda Tallen and David Paul Kane 
Educational & Research Foundation & 

9460 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 320 
Beverly Hills, CA 90212 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Donor(s): David Paul Kane. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$955,084 (M); expenditures, $54,290; 

qualifying distributions, $48,931 ; giving 

activities include $50,000 for 1 grant. 

Fields of interest: Foundations (public). 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Mark Brandler, Pres.; Geraldine Wolf, 

V.P. 

EIN: 9544771 51 



581 
Taslimi Foundation >r 

12400 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 1000 
Los Angeles, CA 90025 

Established in 1996 in CA. 

Donor(s): Shidan Taslimi, Mehran Taslimi, 

Suzanne Taslimi. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$160,258 (M); gifts received, $250,250; 

expenditures, $101,355; qualifying distributions, 

$ 1 00,01 0; giving activities include $1 00,000 for 

1 grant. 

Fields of interest: Bahai. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Evanston, IL. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Shidan Taslimi, Pres.; Mehran Taslimi, 

Secy, and C.F.O. 

EIN: 95461 0596 



582 
Teichert Foundation 

3500 American River Dr. 

Sacramento, CA 95864 (916)484-3364 

Contact: Frederick A. Teichert, Exec. Dir. 

Established in 1990 in CA. 
Donor(s): A. Teichert & Son, Inc. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 03/31/97): Assets, 
$1,358,843 (M); gifts received, $984,122; 
expenditures, $205,500; qualifying distributions, 
$205,500; giving activities include $1 94,359 for 



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70 grants (high: $10,000; low: $25; average: 
$500-$3,000). 

Purpose and activities: Support for culture and 
the arts, education, youth and the elderly, 
environmental planning and preservation, 
transportation planning, civic improvement and 
historical restoration, community and social 
services, and rehabilitation and health services. 
Fields of interest: Historic 
preservation/historical societies; arts/cultural 
programs; education; environment; medical 
care, rehabilitation; health care; health 
associations; human services; children & youth, 
services; aging, centers & services; federated 
giving programs; government/public 
administration; aging. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Sacramento and 
the Central Valley, CA. No support for religious, 
political, or fraternal organizations. No grants to 
individuals, or for national fundraising 
campaigns, or for courtesy advertising, benefits, 
or telephone solicitations. 
Publications: Application guidelines. 
Application information: Application form 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter of inquiry 

Copies of proposal: 3 

Deadline: Mar. 31 and Sept. 30 

Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 

Final notification: Aug. 23 and Feb. 1 4 
Officers and Directors:* Anne S. Haslam, Secy.; 
Bruce E. Stimson, C.F.O.; Frederick A. Teichert,* 
Exec. Dir.; Thomas J. Hammer, Judson T. Riggs, 
Melita M. Teichert. 
EIN: 68021 2355 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$7,500 to Boys and Girls Clubs of Stockton, 

Stockton, CA. 
$7,500 to Childrens Home of Stockton, 

Stockton, CA. 

$7,500 to Christmas in April, Sacramento, CA. 
$5,000 to Sacramento Symphony Association, 

Sacramento, CA. 
$5,000 to Saint Hope Academy, Sacramento, 

CA. 
$3,500 to San Joaquin Delta College, Stockton, 

CA. 

$3,000 to Explorit Science Center, Davis, CA. 
$2,500 to Disabled Sports USA, Rockville, MD. 
$2,500 to People Reaching Out, Carmichael, 

CA. 
$1,500 to Boy Scouts of America, Golden 

Empire Council, Sacramento, CA. 



583 
The Tewkesbury Foundation it 

1 279 W. 17th St. 
San Pedro, CA 90731 

Established in 1996. 

DonoKs): Arthur D. Phelps. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,000,965 (L); gifts received, $1,000,000; 

expenditures, $0; qualifying distributions, $0. 

Application information: No grants paid in 

1996. First year of operation. 

Officers: John Wilson Phelps, Pies.; April Phelps 

Ford,V.P. 

EIN: 330730787 



584 
David J. & Mary L. G. Theroux Foundation 

134 98th Ave. 
Oakland, CA 94603 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): Garvey International, Inc. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$485,175 (M); gifts received, $100,000; 

expenditures, $200,262; qualifying distributions, 

$199,525; giving activities include $199,289 for 

2 grants (high: $199,039; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: David J. Theroux, Mary L.G. Theroux. 

EIN: 9431 80069 



585 
Thomas Family Foundation 

355 S. Grand Ave., No. 4500 
Los Angeles, CA 90071 

Established in 1990 in CA. 
Donor(s): James A. Thomas. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$296,714 (M); gifts received, $270,500; 
expenditures, $105,430; qualifying distributions, 
$98,251; giving activities include $98,251 for 1 
grant. 

Fields of interest: Human services. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 
grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Officers and Directors:* James A. Thomas,* 
Chair.; Sally J. Thomas,* Pres.; Sherrie A. 
Preston,* Secy.; Suzanne E. Thomas,* C.F.O. 
EIN: 954274964 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$98,251 to I Have A Dream Foundation of Los 
Angeles, South Pasadena, CA. 



586 

The Walter J. and Holly 0. Thomson 
Foundation* 

P.O. Box 729 

Santa Ynez,CA 93460 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): Walter J.Thomson, 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1 ,086,71 (M); gifts received, $28,1 00; 

expenditures, $54,022; qualifying distributions, 

$53,004; giving activities include $53,226 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Museums; environment; 

animals/wildlife; human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Walter J. Thomson, Pres.; Walter Robin 

Heinrich, Secy.; Victor]. Thomson, C.F.O. 

EIN: 770357925 



587 
Thrill Hill Foundation 

c/o Chapman Bird & Grey 
1990BundyDr.,Ste.200 
Los Angeles, CA 90025 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,526,309 (M); expenditures, $41,851; 

qualifying distributions, $40,500; giving 

activities include $40,500 for 7 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: AIDS; medical research; food 

services; recreation; children & youth, services. 

Types of support: Annual campaigns. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in New York, NY, and NJ. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Nancy Chapman, Pres. and Secy.; Jon 

Landau, V.P.; Bonnie Grey, Treas. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 9541 50461 



588 

Perry S. and Stella H. Tracy Scholarship 
Fund 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Scholarship application address: c/o Bank of 

America, 3044 Sacramento St., Placerville, CA 

95667 

Established in 1969. 

Donor(s): Perry Tracy, Stella Tracy. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 05/31/97): Assets, 

$1,456,585 (M); expenditures, $77,931 ; 

qualifying distributions, $61,371 ; giving 

activities include $57,580 for 161 grants to 

individuals (high: $1 ,000; low: $750; average: 

$300). 

Purpose and activities: Awards college 

scholarships to graduates of high schools in El 

Dorado County, CA. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in El Dorado 

County, CA. 

Application information: Application forms 

available at El Dorado Independence, Oak 

Ridge, or Ponderosa high schools. Application 

form required. 

Deadline: Apr. 19 for 1st time applicants, 
Apr. 30 for renewals 

Board meeting date(s): May and Aug. 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 946203372 



589 
Transition Foundation 

1 000 Wilshire Blvd., 1 8th Fl. 

Los Angeles, CA 90017 (213)688-3404 

Contact John S. Warren, Esq., Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1968 in CA. 
DonoKs): Frances B. McAllister. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
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expenditures, $81,667; qualifying distributions, 

$81,1 08; giving activities include $80,530 for 5 

grants (high: $27,000; low: $4,000). 

Fields of interest: Natural resource conservation 

& protection; botanical gardens; foundations 

(public). 

Limitations: Giving limited to northern AZ. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Dead//nefo):Mar.20 

Officers and Directors:* Frances B. McAllister,* 
Pres.; John S. Warren,* Secy.-Treas.; Katherine 
Chase, Platt Cline, Otto Franz, Rayma Sharber. 
EIN: 95256361 8 



590 
The Travelers Foundation i' 

253 A 26 St., Ste. 311 

Santa Monica, CA 90402 (310)472-1128 

Contact: Holly Engelman, Admin. 

Established in 1993 in CA. 
Donor(s): John K. Morton, Laura 
Donnel ley-Morton. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$23,466 (M); gifts received, $162,840; 
expenditures, $194,171 ; qualifying distributions, 
$192,222; giving activities include $192,222 for 
7 grants (high: $121,922; low: $2,500). 
Fields of interest: General charitable giving. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
preselected organizations; unsolicited requests 
for funding not acknowledged. 
Officers: John K. Morton, Pres.; Laura 
Donnelley-Morton, Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 954471 689 



591 
The Turpin Family Charitable Foundation 

70 S. Lake Ave., Ste. 1075 
Pasadena, CA 91101 

Established in 1993 in CA. 
Donor(s): George B. Turpin, Pauline H. Turpin. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$1,983,123 (M); expenditures, $68,117; 
qualifying distributions, $65,105; giving 
activities include $65,1 05 for 35 grants (high: 
$25,250; low: $25). 
Fields of interest: Museums; 
elementary/secondary education; human 
services; international relief. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in Santa Barbara, CA. No grants to 
individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 
preselected organizations. 
Officers and Directors?* George B. Turpin,* 
Chair.; Pauline H. Turpin,* Pres.; Robert Giesing, 
V.P.; Brier S. Turpin,* Secy.; George B. Turpin, 
Jr.,* Treas.; Paul H. Turpin,* C.F.O.; Kent 
Allebrand, Evan Turpin. 
EIN: 95441 9892 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 

$25,250 to Music Academy of the West, Santa 
Barbara, CA. 



$1 1 ,000 to Direct Relief International, Santa 

Barbara, CA. 
$4,000 to United Way of Santa Barbara County, 

Santa Barbara, CA. 

$2,900 to Crane School, Santa Barbara, CA. 
$2,500 to Choate Rosemary Hall Foundation, 

Wallingford, CT. 

$2,500 to Williams College, Williamstown, MA. 
$2,000 to Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,000 to Westridge School for Girls, Pasadena, 

CA. 

$1 ,1 50 to YMCA of Montecito, Montecito, CA. 
$1,050 to Thacher School, Ojai, CA. 



592 
The Upjohn California Fund 

P.O. Box 90 

Carmel Valley, CA 93924 

Contact: Cynthia W. Hertlein, Pres. 

Incorporated in 1955 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 
$1,875,552 (M); expenditures, $96,257; 
qualifying distributions, $77,779; giving 
activities include $61,400 for 47 grants (high: 
$5,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
secondary school/education; education; natural 
resource conservation & protection; 
environment; hospitals (general); medical 
research; children & youth, services; family 
services; disabled. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the CA central 
coast area. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: San Francisco Bay 
Area organizations should address grant 
requests to The Upjohn Fund of San Francisco 
rather than to The Upjohn California Fund. 
Inappropriate requests for funds not 
acknowledged. Application form not required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deacf//nefsJ:Aug.30 

Board meeting date(s):]une and Oct. 
Officers and Directors:* Cynthia W. Hertlein,* 
Pres. and C.F.O.; Nettie Porter,* V.P.; Lori Silver,* 
Secy.; Barbara Gauntlet. 
EIN: 94606521 9 



593 
The Upjohn Fund of San Francisco 

c/o Hanson, Bridgett, Marcus, Vlahos & Rudy 
333 Market St., Ste. 2300 
San Francisco, CA 94105-2173 
Contact: Fred B. Weil, Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1990 in CA. 

Donor(s):The Upjohn California Fund. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$1,808,869 (M); expenditures, $96,340; 

qualifying distributions, $75,789; giving 

activities include $73,939 for 30 grants (high: 

$5,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; higher 

education; medical care, in-patient care; health 

associations; human services; children & youth, 

services; religion. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

annual campaigns; capital campaigns; 



endowment funds; program development; seed 
money; curriculum development; matching 
funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the San Francisco 
Bay Area, CA. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Foundation does not 
acknowledge receipt of applications or notify 
applicants if proposals will not be considered. 
Application form not required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Copies of proposal: 3 

Dead/me: None 

Officers and Board Members:* John W. Broad,* 
Pres.; Ronald Larson,* V.P.; Fred B. Weil,* 
Secy.-Treas. 

Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 9431 16041 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$5,000 to De La Salle Institute, Chicago, IL. 
$4,000 to Fromm Institute for Lifelong Learning, 

San Francisco, CA. 

$3,500 to La Cheim School, Pleasant Hill, CA. 
$3,000 to San Francisco Conservatory of Music, 

San Francisco, CA. 
$2,500 to Dominican School of Philosophy and 

Theology, Berkeley, CA. 
$2,500 to San Francisco State University 

Foundation, San Francisco, CA. 
$2,500 to San Francisco Symphony, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$2,000 to Saint Vincents Day Home, Oakland, 

CA. 
$1,500 to Hospice of Contra Costa County, 

Walnut Creek, CA. 
$1,500 to Mission Hospice of San Mateo 

County, San Mateo, CA. 



594 
Vailima Foundation 

P.O. Box 409 

St. Helena, CA 94574 

Contact: Elizabeth Baer, Vice-Chair. 

Application address: P.O. Box 229, St. Helena, 

CA 94574 

Established in 1968; Classified as a private 

operating foundation in 1973. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,337,466 (M); gifts received, $1,956; 

expenditures, $49,333; qualifying distributions, 

$35,552; giving activities include $575 for 2 

grants (high: $500; low: $75). 

Fields of interest: Museums; historic 

preservation/historical societies. 

Limitations: Giving limited to CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline^): None 

Officers and Trustees:* Elizabeth Baer,* Chair.; 
William Von Metz,* Vice-Chair.; Rene 
Fontaine,* Secy.; John Ritchie/ Treas.; Patricia 
Beresford, Anthony Bliss, Mrs. Jamie Davies, 
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595 

Donald T. and Rachel C. Valentine 
Foundation 

c/oFR&CO 

2882 Sand Hill Rd. 

Menlo Park, CA 94025 

Contact: Rachel C. Valentine, Pres. and Donald 

T. Valentine, Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1992 in CA. 

Donor(s): Rachel C. Valentine, Donald T. 

Valentine. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$1,678,791 (M); gifts received, $496,051; 

expenditures, $126,435; qualifying distributions, 

$120,000; giving activities include $120,000 for 

9 grants (high: $31,000; low: $2,500). 

Fields of interest: Music; higher education; 

health associations; hospitals (general); family 

services, domestic violence. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Rachel C. Valentine, Pres.; Donald T. 
Valentine, Secy.-Treas. 

Directors: Christian Valentine, Hillary Valentine, 
Mark Valentine. 
EIN: 9431 691 34 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$31,000 to Palo Alto Clinic, Palo Alto, CA. For 

building fund. 
$25,000 to Palo Alto Medical Foundation for 

Health Care, Research and Education, Palo 

Alto, CA. For research. 
$21,500 to Community Breast Health Project, 

Palo Alto, CA. For research. 
$1 0,000 to K Q E D, San Francisco, CA. For 

children's programs. 
$1 0,000 to Planned Parenthood Federation of 

America, San Francisco, CA. For education 

programs. 
$10,000 to University of California, Berkeley, 

CA. For management program. 
$5,000 to Saint Lawrence University, Canton, 

NY. For research. 
$5,000 to San Francisco Opera, San Francisco, 

CA. 
$2,500 to Menlo School and Menlo College, 

Atherton, CA. For scholarships. 



596 
Van Strum Foundation * 

232 Baywood Dr. 
Newport Beach, CA 92660 
Contact: Laura H. Blewett, Secy, and Tr. 



Initial approach: Letter 



Established in 1983. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,347,319 (M); expenditures, $81,576; 
qualifying distributions, $56,000; giving 
activities include $56,000 for 1 6 grants (high: 
$5,000; low: $1,500; average: $1,500-$ 5,000). 
Fields of interest: Higher education; mental 
health, treatment. 

Types of support: Annual campaigns. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and OR. 
Application information: 



Officers and Trustees:* Laura Blewett,* Secy.; 

Stevens Van Strum, Mgr.; Cecilia Van Strum 

Nobel, Robert Nobel. 

EIN: 942870047 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$5,000 to Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, 

Saint Michaels, MD. 
$5,000 to Mills-Peninsula Hospitals Foundation, 

SanMateo,CA. 
$5,000 to San Mateo County General Hospital 

Foundation, San Mateo, CA. 
$5,000 to Smith College, Northampton, MA. 
$5,000 to White Bird Clinic, Eugene, OR. 
$4,000 to Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley, 

CA. 
$3,500 to San Francisco Symphony, San 

Francisco, CA. 

$3,500 to United Way, The, San Francisco, CA. 
$3,000 to Northwest Coalition for Alternatives 

to Pesticides, Eugene, OR. 
$1,500 to San Mateo County Community 

College District Foundation, San Mateo, CA. 



597 
The Vanoff Family Foundation 

1 438 N. Cower St., Box 21 
Hollywood, CA 90028 

Established in 1982 in CA; funded in 1984. 

Donor(s): Nick Vanoff, Felisa Vanoff. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$259,063 (M); expenditures, $56,426; 

qualifying distributions, $54,748; giving 

activities include $52,71 7 for 71 grants (high: 

$19,600; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; environment; 

animal welfare. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Felisa Vanoff, Pres. and Treas.; 

Nicholas E. Vanoff, Secy. 

EIN: 953900688 



598 
Genevieve A. Vedder Trust & 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,202,046 (M); expenditures, $75,263; 

qualifying distributions, $64,040; giving 

activities include $39,159 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limites to Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 946603554 



599 
Grace Vehmeyer Trust 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Trust Tax Dept. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1973. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$ 1 ,81 4,498 (M); expenditures, $ 1 1 3,547; 

qualifying distributions, $71 ,935; giving 

activities include $63,815 for 29 grants (high: 

$7,000; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: Scholarships for 

graduates of four high schools in CA; support 

also for welfare, hospitals, and youth. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; hospitals 

(general); human services; youth, services; 

general charitable giving. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals directly. 

Application information: Contact high school 

for scholarship information; unsolicited requests 

for funds not considered. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Ban k,N.A. 

EIN: 946370547 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$7,000 to University of California, Berkeley, CA. 

$6,000 to Lucile Salter Packard Childrens 

Hospital at Stanford, Palo Alto, CA. 
$5,000 to University of California, Davis, CA. 
$2,000 to Family Service Association of the 

Mid-Peninsula, Palo Alto, CA. 
$2,000 to Pilgrim Haven, Los Altos, CA. 
$1,750 to Pomona College, Claremont, CA. 
$1,500 to San Francisco State University, San 

Francisco, CA. 
$1,500 to University of California, Santa Cruz, 

CA. 
$1,000 to University of California, Santa 

Barbara, CA. 
$500 to College of San Mateo, San Mateo, CA. 



600 
The David Vickter Foundation & 

1 01 00 Empyrean Way, Ste. 101 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 

Established in 1983 in CA. 

Donorfs): David Vickter. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$1 3,651 (M); gifts received, $51 ,250; 

expenditures, $53,291 ; qualifying distributions, 

$53,291 ; giving activities include $52,400 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); arthritis 

research; human services; children & youth, 

services; federated giving programs; general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: David Vickter, C.E.O.; Lenore Jacoby, 

Secy. 

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Alexander F. Victor Foundation 

P.O. Box Law 

Monterey, CA 93942-6001 (831)649-1100 

Contact: George R. Walker, C.E.O. 

Established inl 965. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,262,451 (M); expenditures, $92,434; 

qualifying distributions, $65,102; giving 

activities include $62,250 for 35 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Law school/education; 

education; family planning; human services; 

community development. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA, 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter on letterhead 

Deadlines): Nw. 15 

Officers: George R. Walker, C.E.O.; Dorothy A. 
Johnson, Secy.; Patricia A, Walker, CF.O. 
EIN: 9461 21 837 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$16,800 to Robert Louis Stevenson School, 

Pebble Beach, CA. 2 grants: $10,000 (For 

faculty enrichment program), $6,800 (For 

general support). 
$5,850 to Community Foundation for Monterey 

County, Monterey, CA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Community Hospital Foundation, 

Cancer Center, Monterey, CA. 
$2,000 to Alliance on Aging, Monterey, CA. For 

general support. 
$2,000 to Josephine Kernes Memorial for 

Education, Monterey, CA. For general support. 
$2,000 to Legal Services for Seniors, Pacific 

Grove, CA. For general support. 
$2,000 to Ohio State University, Columbus, 

OH. For general support. 
$1 ,920 to Monterey County Symphony 

Association, Carmel, CA. For general support. 
$1,680 to Rotary Foundation of Rotary 

International, Evanston, IL. For general 

support. 



602 
The Vinnell Foundation 

1 30 N. Brand Blvd., 4th Fl. 

Glendale,CA 91203-2602 (818)500-7755 

Contact: Ernest R. Baldwin, V.P. 

Established in 1959 in CA. 
Donor(s): Allan S.Vinnell.t 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,241,723 (M); expenditures, $94,821; 
qualifying distributions, $88,027; giving 
activities include $82,000 for 9 grants (high: 
$20,000; low: $3,500). 
Purpose and activities: Support for higher 
education, especially engineering education. 
Fields of interest: Higher education; engineering 
school/education; engineering. 
Types of support: Scholarship funds. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in CA and AZ. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Board meeting dafefsj: Apr. and Dec. 



Officers and Directors:* Don L. McRae,* C.E.O. 

and Pres,; James W. DeSimone,* V.P.; Herbert H. 

Uyeda,* V.P.; John M. Carmack,* Secy, and 

C.F.O. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 956085927 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$20,000 to Arizona State University, College of 

Engineering and Construction, Tempe, AZ. 
$1 5,000 to Independent Colleges of Southern 

California, Los Angeles, CA. 
$10,000 to California State Polytechnic 

University, Pomona, CA. 
$1 0,000 to Harvey Mudd College, Claremont, 

CA. 
$8,500 to Oregon State University, Corvallis, 

OR. For Construction Engineering 

Management Program. 
$5,000 to California State Polytechnic 

University, San Luis Obispo, CA. 
$5,000 to Occidental College, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA. 
$3,500 to Kansas State University, Architectural 

Engineering and Construction Service 

Department, Manhattan, KS. 



603 
Myatt W. Volentine Foundation 

19W.CarrilloSt. 

Santa Barbara, CA 93101 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Myatt W. Volentine. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$804,666 (M); expenditures, $83,037; 

qualifying distributions, $68,314; giving 

activities include $54,333 for 15 grants (high: 

$12,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; medical 

care, in-patient care; athletics/sports, water 

sports; girls clubs; human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Myatt W. Volentine, Pres.; Diane K. 

Hayes, V.P. 

EIN: 770203235 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$1 2,000 to Alano Club of Santa Barbara, Santa 

Barbara, CA. 
$4,500 to Santa Barbara New House, Santa 

Barbara, CA. 
$4,000 to Santa Barbara City College, Santa 

Barbara, CA. 

$3,500 to Casa Serena, Santa Barbara, CA. 
$3,333 to Santa Barbara Rescue Mission, Santa 

Barbara, CA. 
$3,000 to Girls Inc. of Carpinteria, Carpinteria, 

CA. 
$2,000 to Rehabilitation Institute at Santa 

Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA. 
$2,000 to Westmont College, Santa Barbara, CA. 
$1 ,000 to Assistance League of Santa Barbara, 

Santa Barbara, CA. 
$1 ,000 to YMCA of Santa Barbara, Santa 

Barbara, CA. 



604 
Clara Edith Vose Foundation 

c/o Rimel & Rimel 
31 5 Centennial Way 
Tustin,CA 92780 

Established in 1965. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$966,635 (M); expenditures, $71,167; 

qualifying distributions, $59,286; giving 

activities include $52,000 for 31 grants (high: 

$8,700; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; Protestant agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Officers and Trustees:* James F. Willis,* Pres.; 

Nancy Arnold,* 1st V.P.; Stephen M. Todd,* 2nd 

V.P.;Jacquelyn D. Rimel,* Secy.; Patricia 

Leeder,* Treas.; Jack j. Rimel. 

EIN: 9561 25526 



605 
Andree Wagner Peace Trust # 

P.O. Box 1092 

Arcata,CA 95518 (707)611-0346 

Contact: Robert Hitchcock, Tr. 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$621,410 (M); expenditures, $74,797; 

qualifying distributions, $64,1 18; giving 

activities include $61 ,748 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Orchestra (symphony); human 

services; human rights (international). 

Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 
Deadline: 90 days prior to need 

Trustees: Beverly Allen, Robert Hitchcock, Sue 

Lee Mossman. 

EIN: 686053254 



606 

Charles Hughes Waif Testamentary 
Trust* 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 63954 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1994 in CA. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,103,084 (M); expenditures, $89,396; 
qualifying distributions, $64,340; giving 
activities include $60,023 for 1 grant. 
Fields of interest: Education. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 
grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 946671 099 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 

$60,023 to Pajaro Valley Unified School 
District, Watsonville, CA. 



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607 
KathrynE. Wait Trust 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N A, Trust Tax Dept. 

RO.Box63954 ; MAC0103-179 

San Francisco, CA 94163 

Established in 1992 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/95): Assets, 

$1,145,890 (M); expenditures, $58,445; 

qualifying distributions, $44,858; giving 

activities include $30,646 for 1 grant. 

Fields of interest: Education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Ban k,N.A. 

EIN: 9466461 66 



Walton Avenue Foundation fc 

P.O. Box 85285 

San Diego, CA 92186 

Established in 1958 in CA. 

Donor(s): Harvey Furgatch. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$ 1 77,805 (M); gifts received, $1 74,680; 

expenditures, $86,299; qualifying distributions, 

$86,155; giving activities include $85,385 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Museums; natural resource 

conservation & protection; wildlife preservation 

& protection; cancer; human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA and NY. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Harvey Furgatch,* 

Pres.; Louis Wolfsheimer,* Secy. 

EIN: 956039853 



609 
Jeanne Ward Faith Foundation it 

Goodyear Bldg. 

2425 Mission St., Ste.1 

San Marino, CA 91108 

Contact; Timothy J. McKnight, Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1982. 

Donor(s): Jeanne Ward.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 01/31/97): Assets, 

$1,825,729 (M); gifts received, $1,167,600; 

expenditures, $73,254; qualifying distributions, 

$58,950; giving activities include $18,000 for 5 

grants (high: $5,000; low: $ 1 ,500), $1 0,000 for 

10 grants to individuals of $1,000 each and 

$48,950 for 4 foundation-administered 

programs. 

Purpose and activities: Scholarships for study in 

the arts to high school seniors in Pasadena 

Community College District, CA. 

Fields of interest: Visual arts; arts/cultural 

programs; higher education; children & youth, 

services. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

curriculum development; scholarship funds. 



Limitations: Giving limited to Los Angeles 
County, CA, with emphasis on the Pasadena 
Community College District, area. 
Publications: Application guidelines. 
Application information: Application form 
required, 

Initial approach: Through school art 
departments 

Dead//ne(sj:Mid Apr. for students and Mid 
Dec. for others 

Board meeting date(s): Apr., Dec., and other 
special meetings 

Final notification: May 
Officers: Nancy Shaw, Pres.; Timothy J. 
McKnight, Secy.-Treas. 
Directors: William E. Goldman, James Love. 
Number of staff: 1 full-time professional; 1 
full-time support. 
EIN: 953761 01 3 



610 
Watling Foundation, Inc. & 

c/o Sallie R. Watling 

P.O. Box 66773 

Los Angeles, CA 90066 

Established in 1961. 

Donor(s): John Watling III. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,234,939 (M); gifts received, $1,000; 

expenditures, $41,315; qualifying distributions, 

$39,500; giving activities include $39,500 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Education; health care; health 

organizations; federated giving programs; 

Christian agencies & churches; general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: John Watling III, Pres.; Sally Rice 

Watling, V.P. 

EIN: 386056458 



611 
Katharine Audrey Webb Foundation & 

5670 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 1450 

Los Angeles, CA 90036 (323)954-3111 

Contecf: Nancy Brakensiek 

Established in 1992 in CA. 
DonoKs): Katharine Audrey Webb.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$1,638,823 (M); expenditures, $188,266; 
qualifying distributions, $1 59,096; giving 
activities include $152,000 for grants. 
Fields of interest: Museums; education. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Oeacf//nefsJ;None 

Officers and Directors:* Martin McBroom,* 
Pres.; Floris Switzer,* Secy.; William Switzer,* 
Treas.; Berkley W. Johnston, Ann Marie Pizzinat. 
EIN: 9543631 75 



612 
C. A. Webster Foundation 

P.O. Box 126 

Linden, CA 95236 

Contact: William H.Williams 

Application address: 8000 N. Clements Rd., 

Linden, CA 95326 

Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 
$1,723,012 (M); expenditures, $79,364; 
qualifying distributions, $79,364; giving 
activities include $76,500 for 22 grants (high: 
$9,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
education; natural resource conservation & 
protection; animal welfare; human services. 
Types of support: Scholarship funds. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in the Stockton, 
CA, area. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deacf//nef5j:None 

Final notification: 4 months 
Directors: Alberta Lewallen, Dorothy Lundblad, 
Webster Williams, William H. Williams. 
EIN: 9460721 16 



613 
Adolph and Etta Weinberg Foundation 

5355 E. Airport Dr. 

Ontario, CA 91761 (909)983-9766 

Contact: Rhona Weinberg Gewelber, Pres. 

Incorporated in 1952 in CA. 

Donor(s): Coast Grain Co. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/96): Assets, 

$1,403,265 (M); gifts received, $75,000; 

expenditures, $70,696; qualifying distributions, 

$64,240; giving activities include $64,240 for 

23 grants (high: $14,500; low: $20). 

Fields of interest: Museums; medical research; 

Jewish agencies & temples; general charitable 

giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Copies of proposal: 2 

Deadline: June 30 

Officers: Rhona Weinberg Gewelber, Pres.; 
Marcha Weinberg, Secy. 
Directors: William A. Seligmann, Robert A. 
Weinberg, M.D., Roxann Weinberg. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 956075855 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$1 4,500 to Autry Museum of Western Heritage, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$13,900 to Ida Mayer Cummings Auxiliary 

Jewish Home for the Aged, Reseda, CA. 
$10,000 to Sinai Temple. 
$7,950 to CHP 1 1-99 Foundation, Norwalk, CA. 
$3,740 to City of Hope, CA. 
$2,900 to National Charity League/Foundation 

for Children, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,250 to Assistance League of Southern 

California, Los Angeles, CA. 
$ 1,500 to Temple Beth Tikvah. 
$200 to Living Desert Reserve, Palm Desert, CA. 



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614 
Charles M.Weinberg Fund 

C/o Stanley Hausner Accountancy Corp. 

141 6 6th St. 

Santa Monica, CA 90401 

Established in 1955 in CA. 

Donor(s): Maynard and Charlotte Franklin 

Living Trust. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$844,441 (M); gifts received, $47,000; 

expenditures, $1 1 3,581 ; qualifying distributions, 

$105,794; giving activities include $106,475 for 

23 grants (high: $40,1 75; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); human 

services; children & youth, services; Jewish 

federated giving programs; Jewish agencies & 

temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Southern CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Charlotte Franklin, Gil Wayne. 

EIN: 956029434 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$40,1 75 to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$20,000 to United Jewish Fund, Santa Monica, 

CA. 

$1 5,000 to United Jewish Appeal. 
$3,000 to United Friends of the Children, Los 

Angeles, CA. 

$2,500 to Habitat for Humanity, CA. 
$2,500 to Jefferson Center for Character 

Education, Pasadena, CA. 
$2,500 to Wise Senior Services, Santa Monica, 

CA. 
$1 ,000 to Jewish Homes for the Aging of 

Greater Los Angeles, Reseda, CA. 
$1,000 to Julia Ann Singer Pre-School 

Psychiatric Center, Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to Volunteers of America, Los Angeles, 

CA. 



615 
The Weintraub Family Foundation 

c/o Golden/Goldberg Accountancy Corp. 
9100WilshireBlvd.,Ste.455E 
Beverly Hills, CA 90212 

Established in 1988 in CA. 

Donor(s): Jerome Weintraub. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$261,217 (M); expenditures, $139,938; 

qualifying distributions, $139,626; giving 

activities include $1 39,800 for 1 1 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; higher education; medical 

school/education; hospitals (general); human 

services; Jewish federated giving programs; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Southern CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Jerome Weintraub, Pres.; Nathan 

Golden, V.P.; Jane Weintraub, Secy.-Treas. 



EIN: 954233932 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1 997. 

$25,000 to Crossroads School for Arts and 

Sciences, Santa Monica, CA. 
$25,000 to George Bush Presidential Library 

Center, College Station, TX. 
$25,000 to Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville, 

NY. 

$25,000 to United Jewish Fund. 
$10,000 to Chabad. 
$10,000 to Saint Johns Hospital and Health 

Center Foundation, Santa Monica, CA. 
$1 0,000 to University of California, Berkeley, 

CA. 
$5,000 to Childrens Diabetes Foundation, 

Beverly Hills, CA. 
$2,000 to Music Center Unified Fund, Los 

Angeles, CA. 
$1,800 to Desert Charities, Rancho Mirage, CA. 



616 
Weiser Family Foundation " 

c/o John W.Weiser 
23 Spring Rd. 
Kentfield, CA 94904 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): John W. Weiser, Maria A. Weiser. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$176,013 (M); gifts received, $50,000; 

expenditures, $51,275; qualifying distributions, 

$49,870; giving activities include $50,000 for 1 

grant. 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in NY. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: John W. Weiser, Pres.; Maria A. Weiser, 

V.P. and C.F.O.; George Argyris, Secy. 

EIN: 9431 93057 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,000 to Regis High School, NYC, NY. 



617 
Weisman Foundation 

c/o Theodore Weisman 

724 N. Crescent Dr. 

Beverly Hills, CA 90210-3332 

Established in 1951. 

Donor(s): Theodore Weisman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,008,553 (M); expenditures, $41,990; 

qualifying distributions, $34,995; giving 

activities include $34,1 50 for 85 grants (high: 

$4,750). 

Fields of interest: Museums; arts/cultural 

programs; higher education; education; 

hospitals (general); health care; human services; 

Jewish federated giving programs; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 



Trustees: Noel Frankel, Sharon Frankel, Jay 
Nadel, Judy Nadel, Theodore Weisman. 
EIN: 956027464 



618 
Lawrence Weissberg Foundation 

100 Spear St., Ste. 520 

San Francisco, CA 94105 (415)777-0414 

Contact: Frederick Weissberg, V.P. 

Established in 1986 in CA. 
Donor(s): Lawrence Weissberg. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 11/30/97): Assets, 
$1,806,226 (M); expenditures, $156,857; 
qualifying distributions, $149,587; giving 
activities include $144,063 for 16 grants (high: 
$90,058; low: $5). 
Purpose and activities: Support for 
organizations that (1 ) provide charity for Jewish 
people; (2) train or educate parents to rear their 
children in a healthy environment; or (3) 
educate or assist in the education of 
underprivileged children. At least 80 percent of 
the grants awarded are earmarked to foster the 
charitable purposes of Jewish people. 
Fields of interest: Education; human services; 
children & youth, services; family services; 
Jewish federated giving programs; Jewish 
agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA and NY. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deaa7/ne(s);None 

Officers and Directors:* Lawrence Weissberg,* 
Pres.; Frederick Weissberg,* V.P.; Marvin 
Weissberg,* V.P.; William Weissberg,* V.P. 
EIN: 9430251 49 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$90,058 to American Friends of Shalom 

Hartman Institute, Englewood, NJ. For 

general support. 
$37,000 to Jewish Community Federation of San 

Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma 

Counties, San Francisco, CA. For general 

support. 
$2,000 to American Committee for the 

Weizmann Institute of Science, NYC, NY. For 

general support. 
$2,000 to Jewish Museum, San Francisco, CA. 

For general support. 
$1 ,800 to San Francisco Opera, Medallion 

Society, San Francisco, CA. For general 

support. 
$1 ,000 to Jewish Home for the Aged, San 

Francisco, CA. For general support. 
$600 to Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute 

of Religion, R.P. Brookdale Center, NYC, NY. 

For general support. 
$500 to P.E.F. Israel Endowment Funds, NYC, 

NY. For general support. 
$50 to Congregation Emanu-EI, San Francisco, 

CA. For general support. 
$50 to Hebrew Free Loan Association of San 

Francisco, San Francisco, CA. For general 

support. 



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619 
Lawrence Welk Foundation 

1299 Ocean Ave.,Ste. 800 
Santa Monica, CA 90401 
Contact: Lisa Parker, Exec. Dir. 

Incorporated in 1960 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$485,328 (M); expenditures, $89,054; 

qualifying distributions, $83,500; giving 

activities include $83,500 for 24 grants (high: 

$8,500; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Child development, 

education; human services; child development, 

services; family services. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

annual campaigns; capital campaigns; 

building/renovation; equipment; program 

development; seed money; program evaluation; 

matching funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Southern CA. No 

grants to individuals, or for endowment funds, 

emergency funds, deficit financing, 

publications, conferences, scholarships, or 

fellowships; no loans. 

Publications: Application guidelines. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 



Oead//nefe):Aug.1 

Board meeting date(s): Oct. 
Officers and Directors:* Lisa Parker,* Pres. and 
Exec. Dir.; Shirley Fredericks,* V.P.; Kevin Welk, 
Secy.; John Fredericks, Treas.; David Fredericks, 
Robert Fredericks, Christine Mack, David Mack, 
James Mack, Laura Segall, Lawrence Welk, Jr., 
Lawrence Welk 111. 

Number of staff: 1 full-time professional. 
EIN: 956064646 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$8,500 to Los Angeles Urban Funders, Los 

Angeles, CA. 

$7,500 to Proyecto Pastoral, Los Angeles, CA. 
$7,500 to Venice Family Clinic, Venice, CA. 
$5,000 to Beyond Shelter, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Early Childhood Center, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$5,000 to Friends of Child Advocates, Marina, 

CA. 

$5,000 to Saint Joseph Center, Venice, CA. 
$5,000 to West Side Food Bank, Santa Monica, 

CA. 

$4,000 to AVID Center, San Diego, CA. 
$4,000 to United Way of San Diego County, San 

Diego, CA. 



620 
Wender-Weiss Foundation for Children & 

555 Bryant St., Ste. 300 

Palo Alto, CA 94301 (650)321-2114 

ConfacfcAmy Wender, Pres. 

Established in 1994 in CA. 
Donor(s): Amy Wender, Stefan Paul!. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 
$87,207 (M); gifts received, $1 71 ,000; 
expenditures, $324,489; qualifying distributions, 
$236,752; giving activities include $86,030 for 
grants. 



Fields of interest: Athletics/sports, training; 
foundations (community). 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Deafe(sJ:None 

Officers: Amy Wender, Pres.; Stacy Dryer, Secy.; 
H. Simowitz, Treas. 
EIN: 770381 972 



621 
The Wertheimer Foundation 

100 Universal City Plz., Bldg. 500, 15th Fl. 
Universal City, CA 91608 (818)777-2956 
Contact: Ira T. Wertheimer 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Donor(s): Thomas Wertheimer, Ira T. 

Wertheimer. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$905,462 (M); expenditures, $154,943; 

qualifying distributions, $145,165; giving 

activities include $145,1 65 for 50 grants (high: 

$40,1 00; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; education; health associations; 

human services; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the Los Angeles, 

CA, area. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Dead//nefe):None 

Officers and Directors:* Thomas Wertheimer,* 
Pres.; Elinor Wertheimer,* Secy.; Susan 
Wertheimer,* Secy.; Douglas Wertheimer,* 
C.F.O. 
EIN: 954090231 



622 
Wheatley Foundation 

3201 Ash St. 

Palo Alto, CA 94306-2240 

Established in 1987 in CA. 

Donor(s): Jack R. Wheatley, Mary L. Sharp 

Wheatley. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$833,009 (M); gifts received, $200,000; 

expenditures, $64,283; qualifying distributions, 

$64,283; giving activities include $60,000 for 3 

grants (high: $25,000; low: $10,000). 

Fields of interest: Museums; human services. 

International interests: Philippines. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the Philippines and the western U.S. 

No grants to individuals or program-related 

investments. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Elizabeth S. Wheatley Lambert, Mary 

M. Wheatley McQuinn, Victoria S. Wheatley 

Schmidt, Charles Scott Wheatley, Jack R. 

Wheatley, John S. Wheatley, Mary L. Sharp 

Wheatley, Robert Sharp Wheatley. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 7701 65459 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 



$25,000 to Deseret International Foundation, 

Oj'ai, CA. 
$25,000 to Enterprise Mentors International, 

Saint Louis, MO. 
$1 0,000 to Rockford Institute, Rockford, IL. 



623 
Wheel Works Foundation * 

802 S. 1st St. 

San Jose, CA 95110 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$55,505 (M); gifts received, $ 1 74,900; 

expenditures, $1 80,068; qualifying distributions, 

$1 80,053; giving activities include $94,063 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Recreation; human services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Michael T. Hexner, Richard L. 

Sutherland. 

EIN: 770374995 



624 
James L White Foundation 

12759 Foothill Blvd., Ste. C222 
Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91 739 

Established in 1986 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$81 1 ,735 (M); expenditures, $72,359; qualifying 

distributions, $71 ,907; giving activities include 

$65,500 for 18 grants (high: $30,000; low: 

$1,000). 

Fields of interest: Human services; youth, 

services; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving limited to eastern Los 

Angeles and western San Bernardino counties, 

CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 
Trustee: First Trust Bank. 
EIN: 33601 7847 



625 
Billy and Audrey L. Wilder Foundation & 

c/o Harold Nelson, CPA 
6345 Balboa, Ste. 382 
Encino,CA 91316 

Established in 1996 in California. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/57): Assets, 

$69,415 (L); gifts received, $130,000; 

expenditures, $139,410; qualifying distributions, 

$1 34,900; giving activities include $1 34,900 for 

grants (high: $50,000). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Billy Wilder, Pres.; Audrey Wilder, Secy. 



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626 
The Winkler Family Foundation 

c/o Cordon, Fishburn & Schlossman 
1 1812 San Vincente Blvd., Ste. 200 
Los Angeles, CA 90049 

Established in 1987 in CA. 
Donor(s): Irwin Winkler, Margo Winkler. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1,102,503 (M); expenditures, $55,714; 
qualifying distributions, $52,591; giving 
activities include $53,333 for 1 9 grants (high: 
$10,000; low: $250). 
Fields of interest: Health associations; 
foundations (private independent); Jewish 
federated giving programs; Jewish agencies & 
temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. No grants 
to individuals. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Proposal 



Officers: frwin Winkler, Pres.; Charles Winkler, 

V.P.; David Winkler, V.P.; Margo Winkler, Secy. 

andCF.O. 

EIN: 954081 967 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$10,000 to Academy Foundation, Beverly Hills, 

CA. 
$1 0,000 to American Cancer Society, Culver 

City,CA. 

$8,333 to University of California, Berkeley, CA. 
$5,000 to American Red Cross, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Elton John AIDS Foundation, Beverly 

Hills, CA. 

$2,000 to Greenpeace Fund, DC. 
$2,000 to Robin Hood Foundation, NYC, NY. 
$1 ,000 to Heal The Bay, Santa Monica, CA. 
$1,000 to Surfrider Foundation, Huntington 

Beach, CA. 
$500 to California AIDS Ride, Los Angeles, CA. 



627 

The Barbara A. and Thomas F. Wolfe 
Foundation, Inc. 

1221 Jones St. 

San Francisco, CA 94109 

Contact: Barbara A. Wolfe, Secy. 

Application address: 710 Shiloh Terr., P.O. Box 

281, Windsor, CA 95492-0281 

Established in 1994 in CA. 

Donor(s): Barbara A. Wolfe, Thomas F. Wolfe. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/95): Assets, 

$1,898,316 (M); gifts received, $1,004,928; 

expenditures, $17,432; qualifying distributions, 

$1 6,500; giving activities include $16,500 for 4 

grants (high: $1 0,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the San Francisco 

Bay Area, CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deadline: None 

Officer and Directors:* Barbara A. Wolfe,* 
Secy.; Thomas F.Wolfe. 



EIN: 94321 5896 



628 

Gerald & Elizabeth Woodard 
Foundation* 

705 N. Foothill Rd. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 

Established in 1989 in CA. 

Donor(s): Gerald Woodard, Elizabeth Woodard. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$496,406 (M); expenditures, $71,1 51 ; 

qualifying distributions, $69,342; giving 

activities include $69,665 for 9 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Museums (art); hospitals 

(general); cancer research. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Los Angeles, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Gerald Woodard, Pres.; Elizabeth 

Woodard, V.P. 

EIN: 954239435 



629 
Barlow Woodworth Charitable Trust 

P.O. Box 1737 
Bakersfield, CA 93302 

Established in 1985 in CA. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$949,51 6 (M); expenditures, $81 ,383; 

qualifying distributions, $72,01 7; giving 

activities include $72,750 for 5 grants (high: 

$50,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Youth development, religion; 

youth, services; Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Bakersfield, CA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: EarleJ. Gibbons, Isabel Tilley. 

EIN: 770086952 



630 

The Severin Wunderman Family 
Foundation 

2Wrigley 
Irvine, CA 92618 

Established in 1985. 

Donor(s): Severin Wunderman. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/95): Assets, 

$1,009,658 (M); gifts received, $1,010,81 1; 

expenditures, $50,144; qualifying distributions, 

$50,144; giving activities include $50,000 for 1 

grant. 

Fields of interest: Cancer. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 



Officers: Severin Wunderman, Pres.; Lawrence 
P. Edelman, C.O.O.; Richard E. Tomlin, 
Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 330642389 



631 
Yih Family Foundation & 

170-F Alamo Plz., Ste. 372 
Alamo, CA 94507 (925)855-4713 
Contact: Roy Paxon Yih, Pres. 

Established in 1997. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,758,744 (M); gifts received, $2,039,844; 

expenditures, $28,934; qualifying distributions, 

$26,695; giving activities include $20,000 for 2 

grants of $10,000 each. 

Fields of interest: Food services, congregate 

meals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Officers: Shou-Chen Yih, Chair.; Roy Paxon Yih, 

Pres.; Irene C.P. Yih, V.P. and Treas.; Cathy Yih, 

Secy. 

EIN: 943270705 



632 
Youth Development Foundation 

13541 Franceschi Rd. 
Caliente,CA 93518 
Contact: Jennifer Randall, Tr. 

Established in 1953 in CA. 

Donor(s): Paul M. Randall.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$1,816,887 (M); expenditures, $59,730; 

qualifying distributions, $57,509; giving 

activities include $55,756 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; dance; child 

development, education; higher education; 

education; environment; animal welfare; 

medical research; youth, services; child 

development, services. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

program development; scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 2 

Deadline: None 

Board meeting dated,): Mar. 

Final notification: Feb.; positive responses only 
Trustees: Frank R. Randall, Jennifer Randall, 
Joan P. Randall, Paul S. Randall. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 956087405 



633 
The Zaffaroni Foundation 

c/o Greenstein, Rogoff & Co. 
2100GengRd.,No.216 
Palo Alto, CA 94303 
Contact: Alejandro Zaffaroni, Tr. 
Application address: do Alza Corp., 950 Page 
Mill Rd., Palo Alto, CA 94304 



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Established in 1964. 

Donor(s): Vadex-Panama, Gustavo Nicolich, 

Alejandro Zaffaroni. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$957,109 (M); expenditures, $198,051 ; 

qualifying distributions, $191,803; giving 

activities include $191,666 for 12 grants (high: 

$80,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Opera; higher education; 

education; hospitals (general); eye disease; 

medical research. 

Types of support: Research. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deat///ne(sj;None 

Trustees: Carl Djerassi, Alejandro Zaffaroni, Lida 
Zaffaroni. 
EIN: 9461 001 09 



634 
Virginia Zanuck Charitable Foundation 

c/o Loeb & Loeb 

101 00 Santa Monica Blvd., No. 2200 
Los Angeles, CA 90067 (323)282-2061 
Contact: Miriam Colbert 

Established in 1983 in CA. 
Donor(s): Richard Zanuck Charitable Trust, 
Virginia Zanuck Charitable Trust. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 
$98,204 (M); gifts received, $154,500; 
expenditures, $140,620; qualifying distributions, 
$130,520; giving activities include $130,520 for 
37 grants (high: $50,000; low: $1 50). 
Purpose and activities: Support primarily for 
higher education, the arts, and film-related 
activities; some support also for child welfare. 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 
education; human services; children & youth, 
services; Protestant agencies & churches; 
general charitable giving. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Los Angeles, CA. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 
Initial approach: Letter 



Officers: Daryl N. Zanuck, Chair.; Richard 

Zanuck, Pres.; Lili Zanuck, Secy. 

HN: 953882409 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,000 to University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE. 

$15,000 to Presbyterian Church. 

$12,500 to Shoah Visual History, Los Angeles, 

CA. 
$5,000 to Carnegie-Mellon University, 

Pittsburgh, PA. 
$4,000 to University of California at Los Angeles 

Foundation, Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,500 to American Jewish Committee. 
$2,500 to Middlebury College, Middlebury, VT. 



$1,500 to Los Angeles Museum of Modern Art, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$1,000 to American Cinematheque, Hollywood, 

CA. 
$1,000 to Nancy Davis Foundation for Multiple 

Sclerosis, Aspen, CO. 



635 
Zee Family Foundation & 

4130SantaFeAve. 
Long Beach, CA 90810 

Established in 1993 in CA. 

Donor(s): Tien P. Zee. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$364,678 (M); gifts received, $1 20,000; 

expenditures, $100,048; qualifying distributions, 

$99,048; giving activities include $99,839 for 3 

grants (high: $76,71 2; low: $10,000). 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; libraries (public); hospitals (general). 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Tien P. Zee,* Pres.; 

Kimiko Zee, V.P. 

EIN: 330592374 



636 

Henry and Carol Zeiter Charitable 
Foundation 

117N.SanJoaquinSt. 

Stockton, CA 95202 (209)466-5566 

Established in 1995. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$ 1 ,542,221 (M); gifts received, $1 90,000; 

expenditures, $73,082; qualifying distributions, 

$56,143; giving activities include $56,143 for 

grants (high: $20,000). 

Fields of interest: Education; housing/shelter, 

homeless; homeless, human services; Roman 

Catholic agencies & churches; economically 

disadvantaged. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CA. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deac///ne(s;:None 

Officers: Henry Zeiter, Pres.; Carol Zeiter, Secy. 
EIN: 680369445 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$20,000 to Stockton Shelter for the Homeless, 

Stockton, CA. Toward open house for new 

shelter. 
$9,800 to Thomas Aquinas School, Tahoe City, 

CA. For scholarships. 
$7,000 to Christendon College, Front Royal, VA. 

For scholarships. 



$6,000 to Camaldolese Hermits of America, Big 

Sur, CA. For scholarships. 
$5,000 to Saint Marys Interfaith Medical Clinic, 

Stockton, CA. For medical care to poor. 
$3,467 to Assumption Catholic Church, Saint 

Paul, MN. For library equipment. 
$1 ,276 to Saint Annes School, Stockton, CA. For 

scholarships. 

$1,000 to Lodi Adopt-a-Child, Lodi, CA. 
$500 to Mary Graham Hall, Stockton, CA. For 

children. 
$1 00 to Walk for Life. For medical help. 



637 
Zoline Foundation 

624 N. Canon Dr. 
Beverly Hills, CA 90210 
Confact: Joseph T. Zoline, Pres. 

Established in 1954 in IL 
Donor(s): Janice K. Zoline, Joseph T. Zoline. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 11/30/97): Assets, 
$1,816,452 (M); expenditures, $92,898; 
qualifying distributions, $89,979; giving 
activities include $88,325 for 68 grants (high: 
$9,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 
education; health associations; cancer; cancer 
research; human services; Jewish federated 
giving programs; general charitable giving. 
Types of support: Annual campaigns; capital 
campaigns; building/renovation. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
primarily in Los Angeles, CA, Chicago, IL, New 
York, NY, and CO. No grants to individuals. 
Publications: Annual report, 990-PF. 
Application information: 

Board meeting date(s): Annually 
Officers and Directors:* Joseph T. Zoline,* 
Pres.; Janice K. Zoline,* Secy.; Patricia Zoline. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 366083529 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$9,000 to Southern Poverty Law Center, 

Montgomery, AL. 
$9,000 to University of California, Geriatrics 

Department, Los Angeles, CA. 
$7,500 to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 

Center, NYC, NY. 

$7,500 to United Methodist Church. 
$3,500 to Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 
$3,000 to University of California, Center on 

Aging, Los Angeles, CA. 
$3,000 to University of Chicago, School of Law, 

Chicago, IL. 
$3,000 to University of Chicago, Chicago, IL. 

For alumni association. 
$2,500 to Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 

Los Angeles, CA. 
$2,500 to Utah State University, Logan, UT. 



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638 Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, Application information: Contributes only to 

ZZYZX Foundation, Inc. % $1,11 5/994 (M); expenditures, $49,51 7; pre-selected organizations. 

{Formerly Chouinard Family Foundation) qualifying distributions, $44,965; giving Officers and Directors:* Yvon Chouinard,* 

c/o Moss Adams, LLP activities include $45,81 8 for grants. Pres.; Jill Zilligin,* Secy.; Karyn Barsa,* Treas.; 

865 S. Figueroa St., Ste. 1 400 Fields of interest: Natural resource conservation Fletcher Chouinard, Malinda 

Los Angeles, CA 900 1 7-2543 & protection; wildlife preservation & protection. Pennoyer-Chouinard. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving EIN: 770359427 

Established in 1 994 in CA. primarily in Santa Barbara, CA. No grants to 

Donor(s): Yvon Chouinard. individuals. 
Foundation type: Independent 



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COLORADO 



639 
Airport Business Center Foundation 

303E Airport Business Ctr. 
Aspen, CO 81 611 

Established in 1986 in CO. 

Donor(s): John P. McBride, John P. McBride, Jr., 

Katherine H. McBride, Peter McBride. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$201,028 (M); gifts received, $145,000; 

expenditures, $157,020; qualifying distributions, 

$156,970; giving activities include $145,1 29 for 

117 grants (high: $10,001, -low: $50). 

Purpose and activities: 'To promote the 

preservation of natural resources, conduct 

research and educational programs on world 

over-population and family planning, promote 

amateur sports, and provide education or 

medical services for distressed or 

underprivileged communities." 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

higher education; natural resource conservation 

& protection; environment; animal welfare; 

family planning; health care; recreation; 

population studies. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Aspen, CO, and Washington, DC. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: John P. McBride, John P. McBride, Jr., 

Katherine H. McBride, Laurie M. McBride, Peter 

McBride, Lester D. Pedicord. 

EIN: 841 042661 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$10,001 to Vimy Restorations, Queen City, 

South Africa. 
$10,000 to Steadman Hawkins Sports Medicine 

Foundation, Vail, CO. 

$8,000 to Project Lighthawk, Santa Fe, NM. 
$7,750 to Planned Parenthood of the Rocky 

Mountains, Denver, CO. 
$7,000 to American Rivers, DC. 
$6,000 to Land Institute, Salina, KS. 
$5,000 to Music Associates of Aspen, Aspen, 

CO. 
$3,178 to Wildlife Preservation Trust 

International, Philadelphia, PA. 
$ 1,300 to Aspen Ski Club, Aspen, CO. 
$ 1,000 to Saint Benedicts Monastery, 

Snowmass, CO. 



640 
The Sue Anschutz-Rodgers Foundation 

(Formerly Nicomachean Foundation) 
555 17th St., Ste. 2400 
Denver, CO 80202 (303)293-2338 
Contact- Sue Anschutz-Rodgers, Pres. 

Established in 1986 in CO. 

Donor(s): Sue Anschutz-Rodgers. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/95): Assets, 

$203,403 (M); gifts received, $200,000; 

expenditures, $140,868; qualifying distributions, 



$1 29,183; giving activities include $128,750 for 

18 grants (high: $25,000; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Theological school/education; 

health associations; Boy Scouts. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CO, with emphasis on Denver. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Sue Anschutz-Rodgers, Pres.; Hugh C. 

Braly,V.P.andSecy.-Treas. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 742252665 



641 
Argentum Foundation 

1776 Lincoln St., Ste. 1100 
Denver, CO 80203-1028 
Contact; Noel R. Congdon, Pres. 

Established in 1984. 

Donor(s): Thomas E. Congdon, Noel R. 

Congdon. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 05/31/97): Assets, 

$213,349 (M); expenditures, $156,125; 

qualifying distributions, $ 1 1 0,11 5; giving 

activities include $1 09,306 for 24 grants (high: 

$25,930; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; environment; peace. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Dead/Kiefs): None 

Officers: Noel R. Congdon, Pres. and Treas.; 
Thomas E. Congdon, V.P. and Secy. 
EIN: 84091 6880 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$50,000 to Music Associates of Aspen, Aspen, 

CO. 

$33,000 to Charter Fund, Denver, CO. 
$30,000 to Colorado Rocky Mountain School, 

Carbondale,CO. 

$21 ,000 to Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. 
$10,000 to Environmental Defense Fund, 

Boulder, CO. 

$5,000 to Opera Colorado, Denver, CO. 
$5,000 to World Policy Institute at the New 

School, NYC, NY. 

$2,000 to Innsmont Center, Denver, CO. 
$1 ,500 to Colorado AIDS Project, Denver, CO. 
$1 ,500 to Denver Inner City Parish, Denver, CO. 



642 
Bardeen Foundation % 

201 S. Frankin St. 
Denver, CO 80209 

Established in 1994 in CO. 

Donor(s):John P. Bardeen, Kea L. Bardeen. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1 29,404 (M); gifts received, $50,000; 

expenditures, $124,672; qualifying distributions, 

$121,400; giving activities include $121,500 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Denver, CO. No grants to 

individuals. 



Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Trustees:* John P. Bardeen,* Pres.; 

Kea L. Bardeen,* Secy. 

EIN: 841 2491 14 



643 
Dr. C. W, Bixler Family Foundation 

141 7 Rembrandt Rd. 
Boulder, CO 80302-9478 

Established around 1963. 

Donor(s): Ruth Bixler Hicks.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,319,398 (M); expenditures, $66,884; 

qualifying distributions, $54,382; giving 

activities include $49,000 for 4 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $4,000). 

Fields of interest: Ceramic arts; dance; higher 

education; university. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CO. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Larry B. Flanders, Donald L. Johnson, 

Greg J. Johnson, Maria A. Johnson. 

EIN: 846021 21 3 



644 
The Bread of Life Foundation, Inc. 

c/o P. Grant 

1511 Cottonwood Ln. 

Littleton, CO 80121 

Established in 1989 in DE. 

Donor(s): Paul J. Grant. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,271,518 (M); gifts received, $48,172; 

expenditures, $1 65,736; qualifying distributions, 

$73,652; giving activities include $67,739 for 

1 4 grants (high: $51,1 59; low: $1 00) and 

$1,000 for 2 grants to individuals. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 

services; Christian agencies & churches; 

minorities; economically disadvantage^. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Denver, CO. 

Application information: Unsolicited requests 

for funds not considered. 

Officer: Paul J. Grant, Pres. 

EIN: 13693 6495 



645 
Jerome V, Bruni Foundation & 

1528N.Tejon 

Colorado Springs, CO 80907 

Established in 1993 in CO. 

Donor(s): Jerome V. Bruni. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1,043,057 (M); gifts received, $514,250; 

expenditures, $36,507; qualifying distributions, 

$34,000; giving activities include $34,000 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Education; economics; 

Protestant agencies & churches. 



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Types of support: General/operating support. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
on a national basis. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Contributes only to 
pre-selected organizations. 
Directors: Jerome V. Bruni, Pamela S. Bruni. 
EIN: 841 246148 



646 
Buscher Foundation 

c/o Catherine M. Buscher 

P.O. Box 5636 

Snowmass Village, CO 81615 

Established in 1987. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,046,650 (M); expenditures, $63,915; 

qualifying distributions, $47,505; giving 

activities include $47,505 for grants, 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; health associations; human services; 

federated giving programs; Christian agencies & 

churches. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Snowmass, CO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Catherine M. Buscher, Pres.; Herbert 

W. Buscher, V.P.; Margaret R. Buscher, Secy. 

EIN: 742443546 



647 

Lawrence L. & Helen Marie Byrne 
Foundation 

c/o Michael C. Villona, Esq. 
5070 S. juniper 
Littleton, CO 80123 

Established in 1994. 
Donor(s): Lawrence J. Byrne. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 
$1 2,113 (M); gifts received, $105,261 ; 
expenditures, $99,338; qualifying distributions, 
$99,338; giving activities include $96,010 for 9 
grants (high: $44,000; low: $100). 
Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 
education; higher education; education. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Denver, CO. 
Application information: 

Deadlines): None 

Directors: Lawrence J. Byrne, Margaret M. 
Byrne, Patrick T.Byrne. 
EIN: 841 280659 



648 
The Edward F. Calesa Foundation 

c/o Wendy Wall 
4333 Batavia PI. 
Denver, CO 80220-1042 

Established in 1991 in CO. 

Donor(s): Edward F. Calesa. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,059,467 (M); gifts received, $18,000; 

expenditures, $9,377; qualifying distributions, 



$4,826; giving activities include $2,150 for 8 

grants (high: $1,000; low: $50). 

Purpose and activities: Support for school 

districts; also awards individuals for creative 

teaching methods. 

Fields of interest: Education. 

Types of support: Grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CO and MA. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer and Directors:* Edward F. Calesa,* 

Pres.; Sandra Calesa. 

EIN: 841 179370 



649 
Campion Foundation 

1700 Broadway, Ste. 2302 

Denver, CO 80290 

Contact: Thomas B. Campion, Pres. and Lynn H. 

Campion, V.P. 

Established in 1993. 

Donor(s): Thomas B. Campion, Lynn H. 

Campion, Helen K. and Arthur E. Johnson 

Foundation. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$2,676 (M); gifts received, $87,500; 

expenditures, $86,102; qualifying distributions, 

$85,650; giving activities include $85,650 for 

31 grants (high: $25,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

libraries/library science; education; human 

services; foundations (community). 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Boise, Hailey, 

Ketchum, and Sun Valley, ID. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers and Directors:* Thomas B. Campion,* 
Pres.; Lynn H. Campion,* V.P.; Ashley Campion, 
Berit Campion. 
EIN: 841 250400 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$25,000 to Idaho Community Foundation, 

Boise, ID. 
$25,000 to Saint Lukes Regional Medical 

Center, Boise, ID. 
$5,000 to Blaine County Recreation District, 

Sun Valley, ID. 
$3,000 to Snake River Alliance Education Fund, 

Ketchum, ID. 
$2,000 to College of Southern Idaho 

Foundation, Twin Falls, ID. 
$1,500 to Idaho Conservation League, Boise, ID. 
$1,000 to Community Library Association 

Ketchum, Sun Valley and Triumph, Ketchum, 

ID. 
$1 ,000 to Friends of Idaho Public Television, 

Boise, ID. 

$1,000 to Idaho Youth Ranch, Boise, ID. 
$1,000 to Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation, 

Sun Valley, ID. 



650 
Caruthers Family Foundation 

c/o Alan Mitchell 

4770 Baseline Rd v Ste. 320 

Boulder, CO 80303 

Established in 1994 in CO. 

Donor(s): Marvin H. Caruthers. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/96): Assets, 

$1,958,580 (M); expenditures, $55,665; 

qualifying distributions, $50,383; giving 

activities include $43,675 for 1 1 grants (high: 

$22,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

elementary/secondary education; camps; human 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CO. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Marvin H. Caruthers,* 

Pres.; Jonathan M. Caruthers, V.P.; Jennie M. 

Caruthers,* Secy.-Treas.; Alan Mitchell. 

EIN: 841 289459 



651 
E. M. Christmas Foundation Trust 

222 Thatcher Bldg. 

P.O. Box 5003 

Pueblo, CO 81002 (719)543-8596 

Contact: David B. Shaw, Tr. 

Trust established in 1971 in CO. 

Donor(s): E.M. Christmas, Lucille Christmas. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/96): Assets, 

$931,807 (M); expenditures, $52,519; 

qualifying distributions, $52,219; giving 

activities include $51,675 for 18 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $1,000; average: 

$1,000-$20,000). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; YM/YWCAs & YM/YWHAs; youth, 

services. 

Types of support: Equipment; scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Pueblo County, 

CO. No grants to individuals. 

Publications: Informational brochure, annual 

report (including application guidelines). 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Cop/es of proposal: 1 

Deaa7/ne(sJ:Oct.1 

Board meeting date(s): Mar. and Oct. 
Trustees: Lucille Christmas, Joseph Holloran, 
David B.Shaw, Walter Timme. 
EIN: 2371 75284 



652 
Ben C, Delatour Foundation 

P.O. Box 96 

Fort Collins, CO 80522 

Contact; Leonard F. Banowetz, Tr. 

Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$1,590,912 (M); expenditures, $90,436; 
qualifying distributions, $72,250; giving 
activities include $72,250 for 46 grants (high: 
$9,500; low: $100). 



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Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to a 

rehabilitation center and for higher education, 

including scholarship programs; support also for 

social services and youth programs. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; medical 

care, rehabilitation; human services; youth, 

services; disabled. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CO and NE. No 

grants to individuals, 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deacf/mefsj: None 

Trustees: Leonard F. Banowetz, Joy Delatour 
Reese, Bonnie Delatour Smith, Boulder Valley 
National Bank. 
EIN: 846076668 



653 
Leroy K. Deneen Charitable Trust 

P.O. Box 37071 5 

Denver, CO 80237 (303)338-9410 

Contact: Donald L. Dill, Tr. 

Established in 1990 in CO. 

Donor(s): Leroy K. Deneen,* Stephen Lundy.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$41 7,866 (M); expenditures, $94,037; 

qualifying distributions, $77,250; giving 

activities include $77,250 for 1 1 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $1,000; average: 

$1,000-$1 0,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to 

organizations which assist people with AIDS. 

Fields of interest: AIDS; people with AIDS 

(PWAs). 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Denver, CO. No 

grants to individuals. 

Publications: 990-PF. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Call or write for application 
and guidelines 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Dead//nefsj:None 
Trustee: Donald L. Dill. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 
EIN: 8411 42936 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 

$20,000 to Colorado AIDS Project, Denver, CO. 
$13,750 to Alexander Foundation, Denver, CO. 

To assist AIDS patients. 
$12,250 to Volunteers of America, Denver, CO. 

For Meals for People with AIDS. 
$1 1,500 to Gamma Mu Foundation, Denver, 

CO. To assist people with AIDS. 
$5,500 to Boulder County AIDS Project, 

Boulder, CO. 
$3,000 to Howard Dental Center, Denver, CO. 

To assist people with AIDS. 
$2,750 to Denver Public Health, Denver, CO. 

To assist AIDS patients at ID/AIDS Clinic. 
$2,500 to One Day AIDS Project. 
$2,500 to Our House, Denver, CO. To assist 

AIDS patients. 
$2,500 to Project Angel Heart, Denver, CO. To 

assist AIDS patients. 



654 
George W. Doering Family Foundation 

14495WCR64 
Greeley,CO 80631 

Established in 1990 in CO. 

Donor(s): George W. Doering. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,125,826 (M); gifts received, $285,000; 

expenditures, $66,593; qualifying distributions, 

$65,200; giving activities include $65,200 for 8 

grants (high: $20,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Health care, infants; human 

services. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Greeley, CO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: George W. Doering, Pres.; Gayle E. 

Doering, Secy. 

Directors: Christopher Doering, Elisabeth j. 

Reeves. 

EIN: 841 158147 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$20,000 to Eldergarden, Greeley, CO. 

$20,000 to Poudre River Trail Corridor, Greeley, 

CO. 
$7,500 to Greeley Transitional House, Greeley, 

CO. 

$5,000 to A Womans Place, Greeley, CO. 
$5,000 to Habitat for Humanity, Greeley, CO. 
$5,000 to Humane Society of Weld County, 

Greeley, CO. 
$2,500 to Meals on Wheels of Greeley, Greeley, 

CO. 
$200 to Texas A & M University, College Station, 

TX. 



655 
The Dwan Family Foundation & 

c/o Ronald S. Johnson 
111S.TejonSt.,Ste.501 
Colorado Springs, CO 80903 

Established in 1993 in CO. 

Donor(s): Mary Dwan, Mary Clare Dwan, 

Patricia Smith, Susan Stockdale, Ann Dwan, 

Elizabeth McNamara. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$319,399 (M); expenditures, $180,940; 

qualifying distributions, $174,409; giving 

activities include $1 74,409 for 49 grants (high: 

$28,000; low: $100). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to 

Christian organizations and for education. 

Fields of interest: Education; health 

associations; human services; Christian agencies 

& churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Ronald S. Johnson. 

EIN: 846268991 



656 
EGA Foundation x 

4643 S. Ulster, Ste. 11 00 
Denver, CO 80237 
Contact: Julie M.Mork, Dir. 

Established in 1996. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,717,103 (M); gifts received, $1,399,188; 

expenditures, $103,572; qualifying distributions, 

$95,408; giving activities include $94,880 for 

45 grants (high: $15,000; low: $30). 

Purpose and activities: Giving for charitable, 

religious, educational and scientific purposes. 

Fields of interest: Education; science; religion; 

general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CO- No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Dead///?e(5j;None 

Directors: Joseph Casabona, John F. Mork, Julie 
M. Mork. 
EIN: 841 349588 



657 
Erion Family Foundation 

c/o Bank One, Colorado, N.A. 

P.O. Box 1 73352, T.A. 

Denver, CO 80217-3352 

Contact: Jim Tilger 

Application address: c/o Bank One, Fort 

CollinsAoveland, N.A., P.O. Box 209, Loveland, 

CO 80539; Tel.: (970) 635-5636 

Established in 1987 in CO. 

Donor(s): Kenneth Erion, Helen Erion, Douglas 

J. Erion. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$1,220,312 (M); gifts received, $10,000; 

expenditures, $54,577; qualifying distributions, 

$46,045; giving activities include $46,045 for 

15 grants (high: $10,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Early childhood education; 

human services; community development. 

Limitations: Giving limited to Loveland and 

Larimer County, CO. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Deadlines): Quarterly 

Trustees: Douglas J. Erion, Helen J. Erion, Janice 
Pierce, Bank One, Colorado, N.A. 
EIN: 742475626 



658 
Faranhyll Foundation, Inc. 

501 5 County Rd. 117 
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601 
Contact: Kathy Lee Williams, Dir. 

Established in 1992 in CO. 

Donor(s): Kathy Lee Williams, William D. 

Williams. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$ 1 ,91 2,262 (M); gifts received, $1 1 3,281 ; 

expenditures, $194,857; qualifying distributions, 

$11 4,789; giving activities include $30,200 for 

2 grants (high: $23,200; low: $7,000) and 

$84,589 for foundation-administered programs. 



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Purpose and activities: Support for 
organizations that advance the gospel of Jesus 
Christ. 

Fields of interest: Christian agencies & churches. 
Types of support: General/operating support. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Dead//ne(sJ:None 

Board meeting date(s): Varies 
Directors: Kathy Lee Williams, William D. 
Williams. 

Number of staff: 1 full-time support. 
EIN: 841 21 7751 



659 
Manny Feder Memorial Foundation 

2005 Broadway 

Boulder, CO 80302 

Contort: Charles Feder, Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1990 in CO. 

Donor(s): Edith Feder, Charles Feder, Gary Feder. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 

$272,390 (M); gifts received, $20,000; 

expenditures, $56,856; qualifying distributions, 

$54,1 50; giving activities include $54,1 50 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Education; Jewish agencies & 

temples. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. No grants 

to individuals. 

Application information: 

initial approach: Letter 

Dead//ne(sJ:Mar.31 

Final notification: By June 30 
Officers: Gary Feder, Pres.; Charles Feder, V.P. 
and Secy.-Treas. 

Directors: Jacob Feder, Evan Makovsky, Shifra 
Rapps, Goldie Silverstein. 
EIN: 841 158944 



660 
Fie Family Foundation* 

3030 E. Bates Ave. 
Denver, CO 80210 

Established in 1997 in CO. 

Donor(s): Merrill R. Fie. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,572,832 (M); gifts received, $1,091,229; 

expenditures, $300; qualifying distributions, 

$250; giving activities include $250 for 1 grant. 

Fields of interest: Higher education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Dora 0. Fie, Pres.; Merrill R. Fie, V.P.; 

Colleen Fie Porterfield, Secy.; Roxanne Fie 

Anderson, Treas. 

EIN: 841 406949 



661 
The Flovve Foundation 

1801 Broadway, Ste. 200 
Denver, CO 80202 

Established in 1980 in CO. 

Donor(s):EstelleWolf. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,519,433 (M); expenditures, $44,447; 

qualifying distributions, $37,842; giving 

activities include $35,851 for grants (high: 

$15,000). 

Fields of interest: Museums; 

elementary/secondary education; Jewish 



Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CO, with emphasis on Denver and 

Boulder. No support for small aspiring art groups 

and museums with limited areas of collecting. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* EstelleWolf,* Pres.; 

Robert C. Kaufman, V.P,; Wendy L. Kaufman,* 

Secy. 

EIN: 742 1301 49 



662 
The Fugere Family Foundation if 

45 Wild Horse Canyon 
Boulder, CO 80304 

Established in 1997. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,286,916 (M); gifts received, $1,069,688; 

expenditures, $36,474; qualifying distributions, 

$1 1 ,550; giving activities include $11,550 for 12 

grants (high: $2,500; low: $250). 

Purpose and activities: To promote social 

welfare, and assist in the relief of the poor and 

homeless. Also, to serve as an educational 

center for persons of the Catholic faith seeking 

instruction and training for spiritual 

development of his/her faith. 

Fields of interest: Human services; Roman 

Catholic agencies & churches; economically 

disadvantaged; homeless. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CO. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* James Fugere,* Pres.; 

Marlene Fugere,* Secy. 

EIN: 841 364068 



663 
G & G Outreach Foundation 

1105ZuniSt. 

Denver, CO 80204 (303)892-7003 

Contact: Gary Armstrong, Pres. 

Established in 1994 in CO. 
Donor(s): General Air Service & Supply Co. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 
$21, 937 (M); gifts received, $48,335; 
expenditures, $76,329; qualifying distributions, 
$75,634; giving activities include $75,636 for 
70 grants (high: $1 0,000; low: $25). 



Fields of interest: Recreation; human services; 
youth, services; Christian agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. No grants 
to individuals. 
Application information: 
Initial approach: Letter 

Officers: Gary Armstrong, Pres.; Gail Armstrong, 
Secy. 
EIN: 841 260656 



664 
Gelt Tzedakah Foundation & 

1600 Broadway, Ste. 2600 

Denver, CO 80202-4926 

Contact: Theodore Z. Gelt, Secy.-Treas. 

Additional application address: c/o Sharon 

Whiten Gelt, Pres., 390 S. Hudson, No. 2, 

Denver, CO 80222 

Established in 1994 in CO. 

Donor(s): Sharon Whiton Gelt, Theodore Z. 

Gelt. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$69,727 (M); gifts received, $1 1 5,097; 

expenditures, $52,004; qualifying distributions, 

$51,810; giving activities include $51, 863 for 

97 grants (high: $7,405; low: $18). 

Fields of interest: Ballet; arts/cultural programs; 

higher education; education; hospitals (general); 

cancer; heart/circulatory disease; diabetes; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead//ne(s):None 

Officers: Sharon Whiton Gelt, Pres.; Theodore 
Z. Gelt, Secy.-Treas. 
EIN: 841 290297 



665 
Goldferb Foundation 

201 7 10th St., Ste. C 

Boulder, CO 80302 (303)444-7393 

Confact Peter Goldfarb, Pres., or Thomas 

Edmonds Hardy, V.P. 

E-mail: ides7@aol.com; FAX: (303) 449-2469 

Established in 1992 in CO. 

Donor(s): Helen Goldfarb, Goldfarb Charitable 

Lead Trust 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$409,327 (M); gifts received, $30,945; 

expenditures, $144,039; qualifying distributions, 

$120,601 ; giving activities include $1 1 0,594 for 

36 grants. 

Fields of interest: Arts education; film/video; 

theater; arts/cultural programs; education; health 

care; human services; gays/lesbians. 

International interests: Europe; Asia. 

Types of support: Continuing support; annual 

campaigns; equipment; endowment funds; 

program development; professorships; 

publication; seed money; curriculum 

development; fellowships; internships; 

scholarship funds; research; technical 

assistance; consulting services; exchange 

programs; matching funds. 

Limitations: Giving in Europe and Asia. 

Publications: Financial statement, grants list, 

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Application information: Application form 
required. 

Initial approach: Telephone interview 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline(s):Mar. 15, June 15, Sept. 15 and 
Dec. 15 

Board meeting date(s): Quarterly 
Officers: Peter Coldfarb, Pres.; Thomas 
Edmonds Hardy, V.P.; Harold W. Hansen, 
Secy.-Treas. 

Number of staff: 1 full-time professional; 1 
part-time support. 
EIN: 841 193028 



666 

Richard C. Goldstein Private 
Foundation it 

1718CaylordSt. 
Denver, CO 80206 

Established in 1992 in CO. 

Donor{s): Richard C. Goldstein. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,876,575 (M); gifts received, $322,647; 

expenditures, $1 14,098; qualifying distributions, 

$53,51 6; giving activities include $55,700 for 

34 grants. 

Fields of interest: Education; human services; 

Jewish federated giving programs; science. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. No grants 

to individuals. 

Officers: Richard C. Goldstein, Pres.; Jeffrey 

Sahm Goldstein, V.P.; Julie Ann Goldstein, Secy.; 

Leslie Karen Goldstein, Treas. 

EIN: 841 204808 



667 
Gooding Family Foundation 

1 200 17th St., Ste. 2660 

Denver, CO 80202 

Contact: Richard L. Gooding, Pres. 

Established in 1992. 

Donor(s): Paragon Ranch, Inc. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,388,961 (M); gifts received, $694,688; 

expenditures, $1 20,061 ; qualifying distributions, 

$1 20,025; giving activities include $ 1 20,000 for 

6 grants (high: $50,000; low: $5,000). 

Fields of interest: Camps; children & youth, 

services; community development. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Denver, CO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer and Directors:* Richard L. Gooding,* 

Pres.; Nancy A. Gooding. 

EIN: 841 1871 50 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,000 to Colorado State University 

Foundation, Fort Collins, CO. For Flood 

Disaster Relief Fund. 
$25,000 to Denver Kids, Denver, CO. For 

general support. 
$20,000 to Geneva Glen Camp, Indian Hills, 

CO. For general support. 
$10,000 to Diana Price Fish Foundation, 

Denver, CO. For general support. 



$10,000 to Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., Mile High 
Council, Denver, CO. For general support. 

$5,000 to Save Our Youth, Denver, CO. For 
general support. 



668 
Goodwin Foundation 

c/o Norwest Bank, N.A. 

P.O. Box 4010 

Grand junction, CO 81502-4010 

(970)243-1611 

Established in 1951 in CO. 

Donor(s): Harry B. Goodwin.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/97): Assets, 

$1,772,919 (M); expenditures, $75,684; 

qualifying distributions, $66,1 62; giving 

activities include $62,01 7 for 15 grants (high: 

$12,500; low: $1,000). 

Purpose and activities: Support for hospitals, 

medical sciences, health and social services, the 

arts, museums, music, community development, 

civic affairs, the environment, and general 

charitable giving. 

Fields of interest: Museums; music; arts/cultural 

programs; environment; hospitals (general); 

health care; health associations; biomedicine; 

medical research; human services; community 

development; government/public 

administration; general charitable giving. 

Types of support: Continuing support; annual 

campaigns; capital campaigns; 

building/renovation; land acquisition; 

scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Mesa County 

and Grand Junction, CO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Publications: Annual report. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: None 

Board meeting cfatefsj: Feb., Apr., Aug., and 

Oct. 

Trustees: William M. Ela, Chair.; Herbert L. 
Bacon, Ruth H. Gormley, Norwest Bank, N.A. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 846036758 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 

$1 2,500 to Avalon Theater, Grand Junction, CO. 
$1 0,000 to Saint Marys Hospital and Medical 

Center, Grand Junction, CO. 
$7,901 to Mesa State College, Grand junction, 

CO. 
$6,000 to United Way of Mesa County, Grand 

Junction, CO. 
$5,000 to Habitat for Humanity of Mesa County, 

Grand Junction, CO. 
$5,000 to Volunteer Central of Mesa County, 

Grand Junction, CO. 
$2,000 to Grand Junction Symphony, Grand 

Junction, CO. 
$1 ,500 to Effective Parents Project, Grand Mesa, 

CO. 
$1,250 to Performing Arts Conservatory, Grand 

Junction, CO. 
$1,000 to Alzheimers Disease and Related 

Disorders Association, Grand Junction, CO. 



669 
The Graham Foundation 

P.O. Box 6658 

Colorado Springs, CO 80934 (719)520-9627 

Contact: Joseph N. Emmons, Dir. 

Established in 1989. 
Donor(s): Joseph N. Emmons. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$14,502 (M); gifts received, $92,000; 
expenditures, $1 16,462; qualifying distributions, 
$1 15,675, -giving activities include $1 15,675 for 
19 grants (high: $14,850; low: $125). 
Fields of interest: Museums; education; cancer; 
domestic violence prevention; employment, 
services; youth, services; family services; 
Protestant agencies & churches; disabled. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. 
Application information: Unsolicited requests 
for funds not considered or acknowledged. 

Initial approach: By invitation only 
Director: Joseph N. Emmons. 
EIN: 742537668 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$14,850 to Native American Multicultural 

Education School (NAMES), Denver, CO. For 

salary support. 
$12,500 to Families of the Blind, Denver, CO. 

For computers. 
$1 0,000 to People of Color Consortium Against 

AIDS, Denver, CO. For salary support for 

director, 
$9,1 07 to Park County Public Library System, 

Bailey, CO. For furnishings for new library. 
$8,1 00 to Radio Reading Service of the Rockies, 

Denver, CO. For recievers. 
$5,000 to Preserve Sight-Colorado, Denver, CO. 

For eye exams for homeless. 
$4,000 to West Custer County Library, 

Westcliffe, CO. For books and videos. 
$3,745 to ONEDAY, Denver, CO. For lunch and 

snack programs. 
$3,21 9 to Teen Resources, Colorado Springs, 

CO. For medical kits for newborns. 
$1,679 to Sewall Child Development Center, 

Denver, CO. For therapy room. 



670 
The Greenlee Family Foundation * 

2060 Broadway, Ste. 400 
Boulder, CO 80302 (303)926-0107 
Contact: AnneMarie Kemp, Exec. Dir. 
FAX: (303) 444-7968; E-mail: 
annekemp@aol.com 

Established in 1996 in CO. 

Donor(s): Diane M. Greenlee, Robert D. 

Creenlee. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,924,787 (M);gifts received, $10,092; 

expenditures, $95,810; qualifying distributions, 

$76,663; giving activities include $56,500 for 

12 grants (high: $25,000; low: $1,000; average: 

$1,000-$7,500). 

Purpose and activities: To encourage, preserve, 

and promote health, education, welfare and 

enlightenment of all citizens by investing in 

creative people and ideas. 

Fields of interest: History & archaeology; 

arts/cultural programs; education. 



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Types of support: General/operating support; 

capital campaigns; program development, 

Limitations: Giving on a national basis with 

emphasis in CO. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Deadline(s): May 15 and Nov. 15 
Officers: Diane Greenlee, Pres.; Robert D. 
Greenlee, Secy.; AnneMarie Kemp, Exec. Dir. 
El N: 841 354541 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$25,000 to Boulder Day Nursery, Boulder, CO. 

For programs. 
$10,000 to Collage Childrens Museum, Boulder, 

CO. For programs. 
$5,000 to University of Colorado Foundation, 

Boulder, CO. For programs. 
$3,000 to Archaeological Conservancy, 

Albuquerque, NM. For programs. 
$3,000 to Kilimanjaro Childrens Hospital, 

Lakewood, CO. For programs. 
$2,500 to Colorado Music Festival, Boulder, 

CO. For programs. 
$2,000 to Friends of Nursing, Englewood, CO. 

For programs. 
$2,000 to Womens Foundation of Colorado, 

Denver, CO. For programs. 
$1,000 to Diana Price Fish Foundation, Denver, 

CO. For programs. 
$1,000 to Girls Count, Denver, CO. For 

programs. 



671 
Hakes-VViland Christian Foundation 

c/o Phillip A, Wiland 
8000 N. 41st St. 
Longmont,CO 80501 

Established in 1992 in CO and VA. 

Donor(s): Phillip A. Wiland, Linda S. Wiland. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$1,233,063 (M); expenditures, $47,851; 

qualifying distributions, $38,234; giving 

activities include $36,909 for 2 grants (high: 

$26,909; low: $10,000). 

Fields of interest: Christian agencies & churches. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CO and MO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations, 

Officers and Directors:* Phillip A. Wiland,* 

Pres.; Mary G. Wiland,* V.P.; Linda S. Wiland,* 

Secy.-Treas. 

E!N: 841 21 5498 



672 
Haynes Family Foundation :- 

5654 Greenwood Plz. Blvd. 
Greenwood Village, CO 80111-2385 

Established in 1994 in CO. 
Donor(s): Frederick M. Haynes. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data {yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,620,285 (M); expenditures, $40,053; 
qualifying distributions, $39,902; giving 
activities include $40,000 for grants. 
Fields of interest: Higher education. 



Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations, 

Trustees: Frederick M. Haynes, Rox Ann Haynes. 

Directors: Kymberlee A. Castillo, Kamlyn A. 

Haynes, Kraig M. Haynes, Kurt L. Haynes. 

EIN: 841 29301 3 



673 
Lita & Morton Heller Foundation 

c/o Reese Henry & Co. 
400 E. Main St. 
Aspen, CO 81611 

Established in 1985 in CA. 

Donor(s): Lita W. Heller, Morton Heller. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$683,220 (M); gifts received, $158,142; 

expenditures, $103,326; qualifying distributions, 

$97,050; giving activities include $93,615 for 

82 grants (high: $30,700; low: $10). 

Fields of interest: Music; arts/cultural programs; 

education; human services; Jewish federated 

giving programs. 

Types of support: Continuing support; capital 

campaigns. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Aspen, CO. No grants to individuals. 

Publications: 990-PF. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Lita W. Heller, Pres.; Morton Heller, 

V.P.andTreas. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 9561 26097 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$30,700 to DanceAspen, Aspen, CO. For 

general support. 
$7,350 to Aspen Institute, Aspen, CO. For 

general support. 
$5,780 to Music Associates of Aspen, Aspen, 

CO. For general support. 
$5,450 to Aspen Art Museum, Aspen, CO. For 

general support. 
$4,200 to jazz Aspen at Snowmass, Snowmass, 

CO, For general support. 
$3,285 to Duke University, Durham, NC. For 

general support. 
$2,000 to Aspen Valley Medical Foundation, 

Aspen, CO. For general support. 
$2,000 to University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. 

For general support. 
$1 ,830 to Music Center Foundation, Los 

Angeles, CA. For general support. 
$1 ,500 to Aspen Chapel of the Prince of Peace, 

Aspen, CO. For general support. 



674 
Highlands Ranch Foundation & 

8822 S.Ridgeline Blvd. 
Highlands Ranch, CO 80126 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$346,977 (M); gifts received, $75,000; 

expenditures, $54,713; qualifying distributions, 

$51,634; giving activities include $51,744 for 

grants. 



Fields of interest: Education; children & youth, 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CO. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Joseph B. Blake, Pres.; Jerry T. Poston, 

V.P.; Patrick Hamill, Secy.-Treas. 

Directors: Michael Cooke, Jeffrey Kappes, James 

Tomlin. 

E!N: 742530267 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$10,813 to K R M A-Channel 6 TV, Denver, CO. 

$9,500 to Douglas County Educational 

Foundation, Castle Rock, CO. For 

scholarships. 
$2,250 to Highlands Ranch High School, 

Highlands Ranch, CO, 
$2,000 to Cherry Hills Community Church, 

Highlands Ranch, CO. 
$1,200 to Colorado Association of Commerce 

and Industry Educational Foundation, 

Denver, CO. For education programs. 
$1,000 to Highlands Ranch Public Library, 

Friends of, Highlands Ranch, CO. For 

story-telling program. 

$1,000 to Regis Jesuit High School, Denver, CO. 
$350 to ThundeRidge High School, Highlands 

Ranch, CO. 
$1 50 to Bear Canyon Elementary School, 

Highlands Ranch, CO. 
$ 1 50 to Fox Creek Elementary School, 

Highlands Ranch, CO. 



675 
Jack Hogan Charitable Foundation 

1610WynkoopSt.,Ste.!50 
Denver, CO 80202 (303)534-1239 
Contact: lack D. Hogan, Pres. 
FAY: (303) 575-6745 

Established in 1978 in CO. 

Donor(s): O.T. Hogan Family Foundation. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$1,487,090 (M); expenditures, $99,719; 

qualifying distributions, $73,445; giving 

activities include $27,125 for 7 grants (high: 

$10,875; low: $250). 

Purpose and activities: Support primarily for a 

children's legal clinic and other child welfare 

programs. 

Fields of interest: Children & youth, services. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

emergency funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the metropolitan Denver, CO, area. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Jack D. Hogan,* Pres. 

and Treas.; Mary Kaye Hogan,* V.P. and Secy. 

EIN: 840776608 



676 
Robert E. Hogsett Foundation, Inc # 

229E.KiowaAve. 

P.O. Box 995 

Fort Morgan, CO 80701-3109 (303)867-2447 

Contact: Eric C. jorgenson, V.P. 



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Donor(s): Robert E.Mugsett.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,404,333 (M); expenditures, $89,474; 

qualifying distributions, $91,931; giving 

activities include $92,000 for 1 6 grants. 

Purpose and activities: Scholarships only to 

graduates of high schools in districts RE-2 and 

RE-3 in Brush and Morgan, CO. 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

hospitals (general); health care; human services; 

youth, services; religion. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Brush and Fort 

Morgan, CO. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: E. Ord Wells, Pres.; Eric C. Jorgenson, 
V.P.Joan Lowers, Secy.-Treas. 
Trustees: Donald Lindauer, Clifford Kaser. 
EIN: 742272978 



677 
LET. Foundation & 

c/o Fun-Dew Wang 
108S.EldridgeWay 
Golden, CO 80401-5320 

Established in 1993 in CO. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$1,567,730 (M); expenditures, $46,924; 

qualifying distributions, $24,500; giving 

activities include $24,500 for 2 grants (high: 

$12,500; low: $12,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

science. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Beijing, China; 

some giving also in Golden, CO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Directors: Jimmie D. Mills, Agnes Wang, 

Fun-Dew Wang. 

EIN: 841 224708 



678 
Jackson Foundation <& 

P.O. Box 2385 

Pueblo, CO 81005 (719)250-1111 
Contact: David M. Jackson, VP. 
FAX: (71 9) 542-3005 

Established in 1950 in CO. 

Donor(s): Robert A. Jackson, Rl. Jackson.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$670,209 (M); expenditures, $56,801 ; 

qualifying distributions, $54,147; giving 

activities include $54,750 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; youth 

development adult and child programs; 

community development, neighborhood 

development. 

Types of support: Continuing support; capital 

campaigns; building/renovation; program 

development. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Pueblo, CO. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 



Deadline: None 

Officers and Trustees:* Robert A. Jackson,* 
Pres.; David M. Jackson, V.P.; W. Bret Kelly,* 
Secy. 

Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 846025610 



679 
Alice N.Jenkins Foundation & 

343 Laurel Way 
Lafayette, CO 80026-9390 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1,056,536 (M); expenditures, $75,307; 

qualifying distributions, $47,257; giving 

activities include $35,500 for grants. 

Purpose and activities: A private operating 

foundation; awards grants to care for and 

provide shelter for stranded and abandoned 

domestic and wild animals and fowl, and to 

protect wildlife. 

Fields of interest: Animal welfare; wildlife 

preservation & protection; wildlife, bird 

preserves. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deacf///)fi(sJ:None 

Trustees: Janis Frazier, Betty L. Lewis, Richard L. 
Lewis. 
EIN: 84081 1678 



680 
Joliet Foundation 

(Formerly Vinann Foundation) 
303 16th St., Bldg. 01 6, No. 1026 
Denver, CO 80202-5657 

Established in 1985 in CO. 

Donor(s): Vincent J. Duncan. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$1 ,763,1 1 4 (M); expenditures, $7,699; 

qualifying distributions, $7,000; giving activities 

include $7,000 for 2 grants (high: $5,000; low: 

$2,000). 

Fields of interest: Music, choral; athletics/sports, 

equestrianism. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Vincent J. Duncan, E. Jerry James. 

EIN: 841 01 2090 



681 
Joy Family Foundation ft 

P.O. Box 23 
Aspen, CO 81612 

Established in 1996in CO. 

Donor(s): Sara R. Joy, William N. Joy. 

Foundation type: Independent 

financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1 ,248,801 (M); gifts received, $1,333,519; 

expenditures, $10,008; qualifying distributions, 

$1 0,000; giving activities include $10,000 for 1 

grant. 

Fields of interest: Visual arts. 



Limitations: Applications not accepted. 

Officers: William N. Joy, Pres.; Sara R. Joy, 

Secy.-Treas. 

Director: Ken Ransford. 

EIN: 841 361 004 



682 
The Katzson Family Foundation 

1900E.Girard,No.1008 
Englewood,CO 80110 

Established in 1991 in CO. 

Donor(s): Seymour Katzson, Sidney Katzson, 

Katzson Bros., Inc., Katzson Bros. Partnership. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/96): Assets, 

$304,557 (M); gifts received, $1 10,000; 

expenditures, $77,374; qualifying distributions, 

$76,297; giving activities include $76,297 for 

35 grants (high: $30,630; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Education; human services; 

Jewish federated giving programs; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Denver, CO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Directors: Bertha Katzson, Maxine Katzson, 

Seymour Katzson, Sidney Katzson. 

EIN: 841 1871 53 



683 
The KBK Foundation 

(Formerly The Kavadas Foundation) 

c/oJudsonW.Detrick 

1700 Lincoln, Ste. 41 00 

Denver, CO 80203 (303)861-7000 

Contact: Paul D. Holleman, Tr. 

Established in 1991 in CO. 

Donor(s): Kathryn B. Kavadas. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$708,31 6 (M); gifts received, $120,000; 

expenditures, $1 50,281 ; qualifying distributions, 

$145,202; giving activities include $145,202 for 

18 grants (high: $50,000; low: $1,000; average: 

$1,000^50,000). 

Fields of interest: Television; museums; 

elementary/secondary education; higher 

education; environment; family planning; 

American Red Cross; senior continuing care 

community; aging. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the greater Boston, MA, area. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer and Trustees:* Kathryn B. Kavadas,* 

Mgr.; Judson W. Detrick, Paul D. Holleman, 

Thomas A. Richardson. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 841 18631 6 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,000 to New England Aquarium, Boston, 

MA. For general support. 
$ 1 0,000 to Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 

Boston, MA. For general support. 



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$10,000 to Pine Manor College, Chestnut Hill, 

MA. For general support. 
$10,000 to W G B H Educational Foundation, 

Boston, MA. For general support. 
$9,649 to Boston Museum of Science, Boston, 

MA. 

$9,565 to Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, MA. 
$7,000 to United Way of Massachusetts Bay, 

Boston, MA. For general support. 
$5,000 to Boy Scouts of America, Knox Trail 

Council, Framingham, MA. For general 

support. 
$5,000 to Environmental Defense Fund, DC. For 

general support. 
$5,000 to Planned Parenthood League of 

Massachusetts, Cambridge, MA. For general 

support. 



684 
Rollie R. Kelley Family Foundation 

4221 Monaco St. 
Denver, CO 80216 

Established in 1994 in CO. 

Donor(s): Rollie R. Kelley. 

Foundation type: independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/95): Assets, 

$1,307,797 (M); gifts received, $997,485; 

expenditures, $1 1,514; qualifying distributions, 

$0. 

Application information: No grants paid in 

fiscal year 1 995. First year of operation. 

Directors: Barbara]. Baggett, Kathryn L. 

Huwaldt, Bruce A. Kelley, Patricia T. Kelley, 

Rollie R. Kelley. 

EIN: 841 289730 



685 
Kenny Foundation, Inc. 

17015.124th St. 

Broomfield, CO 80020-9652 

Contact: Robert Gryzmala, Pres., and Jean M. 

Gryzmala, Secy. 

Established in 1983. 

Donor(s): Robert Gryzmala, Jean M. Gryzmala. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/96): Assets, 

$901,481 (M); gifts received, $400,000; 

expenditures, $52,742; qualifying distributions, 

$52,076; giving activities include $52,000 for 4 

grants (high: $20,000; low: $1 0,000). 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

children, services; Roman Catholic agencies & 

churches. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to CO. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Unsolicited requests 

for funds not considered. 

Officers: Robert Gryzmala, Pres.; Jean M. 

Gryzmala, Secy. 

FJN: 840925851 



686 
Leadership Foundation, Inc. i 

555 17th St. 
Denver, CO 80202 

Established in 1994 in CO. 



Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$15,881 (M); gifts received, $46; expenditures, 

$1 75,071 ; qualifying distributions, $1 74,1 26; 

giving activities include $175,000 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: C. Howard Kast. 

EIN: 840605051 



687 
Phil Long Community Fund 

121 2 Motor City Dr. 
Colorado Springs, CO 80906 
Contact: Heather Robinson, Corp. 
Communications Mgr. 
FAX: (71 9) 575-7506; E-mail: 
hrobertson@phillong.com 

Established in 1991 in CO. 
Donor(s): Phil Long Ford of Denver, LLC, Saturn 
of Denver, LLC, Phil Long Ford, LLC, Academy 
Ford, Inc., Saturn of Colorado Springs, LLC, Phil 
Long Mitsubishi, LLC, Phil Long Nissan, LLC, 
Phil Long West, LLC, European Imports, LLC. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$193,818 (M); gifts received, $195,385; 
expenditures, $1 70,671 ; qualifying distributions, 
$1 70,672; giving activities include $1 33,298 for 
20 grants (high: $50,000; low: $500). 
Fields of interest: Education; camps; recreation; 
youth development; youth, services. 
Types of support: Scholarship funds. 
Limitations: Giving limited to Denver and 
Colorado Springs, CO, metropolitan areas. 
Publications: Annual report. 
Application information: Contact foundation for 
application information. Application form 
required. 

Board meeting date(s): Every other month 
Officers: Jim Fynes, Pres.; Gary Fentiman, V.P.; 
Scott Mason, Treas. 

Directors: Jay Cimino, Bob Fenton, Bob 
Hartgenbush, Dan Jonuska. 
EIN: 841 19581 4 



688 
Edward Madigan Foundation 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Trust Tax Dept, 

MAC 4931 -022 

P.O. Box 5825 

Denver, CO 80217 

Contact: Robert A. Lorentz, Trust Off., Wells 

Fargo Bank, N.A. 

Established in 1983 in CO. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,762,036 (M); gifts received, $9,100; 
expenditures, $1 1 7,31 4; qualifying distributions, 
$96,1 90; giving activities include $95,065 for 
14 grants (high: $30,000; low: $500). 
Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 
higher education; education; hospitals (general); 
youth development; children & youth, services. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Denver, CO. No 
grants to individuals. 
Application information: 



Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline(s): None 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 8461 63256 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$40,000 to University of Denver, Denver, CO. 2 

grants: $30,000 (For scholarships and new 

library), $10,000 (For entrepreneurship 

program). 
$22,565 to Iliff School of Theology, Denver, CO. 

For strategic planning. 
$1 6,000 to Craig Hospital, Englewood, CO. For 

spinal chord research. 
$3,500 to Junior Achievement of Rocky 

Mountain, Denver, CO. For teaching grant. 
$3,000 to Peacejam Foundation, Denver, CO. 

For programs. 
$2,500 to Horizon Adventures, Denver, CO. For 

scholarships for diadvantaged. 
$1,250 to Frontiers of Science Institute, Greeley, 

CO. For education programs. 
$1 ,000 to Young Americans Education 

Foundation, Denver, CO. For scholarship. 
$500 to K B D I Channel 1 2, Denver, CO. 



689 
Elsie M. Malley Charitable Trust-A 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
P.O. Box 5825 
Denver, CO 80217 

Established in 1994 in AZ. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,329,756 (M); expenditures, $68,856; 

qualifying distributions, $54,628; giving 

activities include $54,998 for 6 grants (high: 

$9,1 67; low: $9,1 66). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

medical services and health associations, 

including children's hospitals. 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); health 

associations; children & youth, services; 

disabled. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CO. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

EIN: 742770301 



690 
Manitou Foundation, Inc. 

P.O. Box 118 

Crestone,CO 81131 

Confacf: Isadora Storey, Secy .-Treas. 

FAX: (71 9) 2564266; URL: httptf 

www.manitou.org/mf_homepage.html; E-mail : 

Spirit@manitou.org 

Established in 1988 in CO. 

Donor(s): Maurice F. Strong, Laurance 

Rockefeller. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,215,269 (M); expenditures, $13,827; 

qualifying distributions, $9,449; giving activities 

include $5,000 for grants. 

Purpose and activities: Granting of land in 

Crestone, CO. Occasional funding support for 

local projects. 



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Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; natural resource conservation & 

protection; environment; agriculture; peace; 

community development; religion; Native 

Americans. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

equipment; consulting services; in-kind gifts. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Crestone and San Luis Valley, CO. 

No grants to individuals, 

Publications: Biennial report, program policy 

statement, application guidelines, informational 

brochure (including application guidelines). 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Hanne M. Strong, Pres.; Isadora Storey, 

Secy.-Treas. 

Directors: Helen Davey, John Milton, Maurice F. 

Strong. 

Number of staff: 6 part-time professional. 

BIN: 841 102055 



691 
The McHugh Family Foundation 

650 S. Cherry St., Ste. 1225 

Denver, CO 80222 

Contact: Jerome P. McHugh, Pres. 

Established in 1980 in CO. 

Donor(s): Jerome P. McHugh, Anabel C. 

McHugh, Kindermac Partnership. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/96): Assets, 

$459,342 (M); gifts received, $56,000; 

expenditures, $198,983; qualifying distributions, 

$1 93,1 55; giving activities include $1 93,1 55 for 

39 grants (high: $59,400; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Media/communications; 

arts/cultural programs; elementary/secondary 

education; higher education; education; 

hospitals (general); health associations; children 

& youth, services. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Denver, CO. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Generally does not 

accept unsolicited applications. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deadline: None 

Officers and Directors:* Jerome P. McHugh/ 
Pres.; Anabel C. McHugh,* V.P.; Paul D. 
Holleman, Secy.; Erin McHugh Gogolak, Hover 
T. Lentz, Christopher R. McHugh, Jerome P. 
McHugh, Jr., June McHugh, Malcolm Burke 
McHugh. 
EIN: 7421 31 272 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$59,400 to Colorado Academy, Denver, CO. 
$37,683 to Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. 
$24,495 to Colorado College, Colorado Springs, 

CO. 
$10,000 to Golden Gate Community Center, 

Phoenix, AZ. 

$6,400 to Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO. 
$6,000 to I Have A Dream Foundation, Denver, 

CO. 
$5,600 to Parents as Teachers, Rocky Mountain, 

Denver, CO. 
$5,000 to Denver Museum of Natural History, 

Denver, CO. 

$4,000 to Saint Marys College, Notre Dame, IN. 
$2,000 to Denver Zoological Foundation, 

Denver, CO. 



692 
The Merlin Foundation & 

545 Pearl St. 
Boulder, CO 80302 

Established in 1993 in CO. 

Donor(s): A.G. Barron, Thomas A. Barren. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$365,463 (M); gifts received, $50,000; 

expenditures, $145,737; qualifying distributions, 

$140,549; giving activities include $141,000 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Environment, land resources. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Thomas A. Barren,* 

Pres.; Currie C. Barron,* V.P.; Leslie Coll is Ward. 

EIN: 841232001 



693 
Milheim Foundation 

c/o Colorado National Bank 

200 University Blvd. 

Denver, CO 802064615 (303)316-4467 

Contact: Barbara S. Cole, Trust Off., Colorado 

National Bank 

Established in 1987 in CO. 

Donor(s): Clara Wheeler.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,600,394 (M); expenditures, $150,492; 

qualifying distributions, $134,358; giving 

activities include $1 5,760 for 4 grants and 

$1 11,81 2 for 21 grants to individuals (high: 

$5,000; low: $3,250). 

Purpose and activities: Awards grants for 

research for the prevention, treatment, or cure of 

cancer. 

Fields of interest: Cancer; medical research; 

cancer research. 

Types of support: Research; grants to individuals. 

Limitations: No grants for travel to meetings or 

presentation of papers. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 6 

Deafe(sJ:Mar.15 

Board meeting date(s): June 

Final notification: June 

Advisory Board: Norman Aarstad, M.D., John 
Cohen, M.D., Kevin Davis, M.D., Robert 
Franco, Ph.D., Thomas Overett, M.D., Walden 
K. Roberts, M.D. 
Trustee: U.S. Bank, N.A. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 84601 8431 



694 
The Munn Foundation, Inc. 

P.O. Box 3232 

Steamboat Springs, CO 80477 (970)879-3640 

Contectjohn Munn, Pres. 

Application atfafress:425 Park Place Cir., Ste. 

1 00, Mishawaka, IN 46545; Tel.: (219) 272-1680 

Established in 1987 in IN. 
Foundation type: Independent 



Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1,301,175 (M); expenditures, $63,051; 

qualifying distributions, $60,514; giving 

activities include $61,472 for 5 grants (high: 

$40,000; low: $3,000). 

Fields of interest: Museums; higher education; 

Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Giving on a national basis. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead/inefs;:None 

Officers: John Munn, Pres.; Suzanne Munn, 
Secy.-Treas. 

Directors: Lauren S. Davis, Laura Seagram. 
EIN: 311220336 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$40,000 to Ohio Presbyterian Retirement 

Services, Columbus, OH. 
$10,000 to University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, 

Ml. 
$4,722 to Steamboat Church of Christ, 

Steamboat Springs, CO. 
$3,750 to University of Michigan, Cancer 

Center, Ann Arbor, Ml. 
$3,000 to Tread of Pioneers Historical 

Commission, Steamboat Springs, CO. 



695 
New Early Christian Church-Charities 

P.O. Box 457 

Louisville, CO 80027 

Contact: Lois A. Gambell, Chair., Grants Comm. 

Established in 1981 in CO. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,798,526 (M); expenditures, $115,108; 

qualifying distributions, $11 2,020; giving 

activities include $99,250 for 12 grants (high: 

$20,000; low: $4,000). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; child 

development, education; education; human 

services; children & youth, services; child 

development, services; religious federated 

giving programs; government/public 

administration; Christian agencies & churches; 

religion. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; program development. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. No grants 

to individuals, or for research, long-term 

operating budgets, building fund campaigns, 

endowments, or deficit financing. 

Publications: Annual report. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Copies of proposal: 1 



Board meeting date(s): Fall 

f/na/nof/tfcaf/on.-Fall 

Officers and Trustees:* Peter A. Stelljes,* Pres.; 
Bruce M. Gambell,* V.P.; Andrew Price,* Secy.; 
Charles W. Dohnalek, Jr.,* Treas.; Lois A. 
Gambell,* Chair., Grants Comm.; James H. 
Morris, Susan E. Patterson, Claudia]. Piper. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 221 487262 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 



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$20,000 to United Methodist Church, Louisville, 

Louisville, KY. 

$1 5,000 to Praying Hand Ranches, Parker, CO. 
$14,500 to Mountain Outreach Program, 

Williamsburg, KY. 
$7,500 to Project Arise, Pharr, TX. 
$7,000 to Freedom Service Dogs, Lakewood, 

CO. 
$6,250 to Therapeutic Riding Center of 

Colorado, Boulder, CO. 
$5,000 to Angel Harvest, Los Angeles, CA. 
$5,000 to Capitol Hill Action and Recreation 

Group, Denver, CO. 

$5,000 to jeffco Action Center, Lakewood, CO. 
$4,000 to Boulder Shelter for the Homeless, 

Boulder, CO. 



696 
The Norman Foundation 

1001 Pine St. 
Boulder, CO 80302 

Established in 1990 in CO. 

Donor(s): Ethel A. Neuhoff,* Janet E. Robertson. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,106,525 (M); expenditures, $86,572; 

qualifying distributions, $83,962; giving 

activities include $81 ,000 for 21 grants (high: 

$15,500; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Natural resource conservation 

& protection; environment; human services; 

children & youth, services; community 

development; Christian agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in AK and CO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Janet E. Robertson, Pres.; David 

Robertson, V.P. 

EIN; 8411 661 27 



697 
Priester Foundation* 

25 S. Lane 

Englewood,CO 80110 
Contact: John Priester, Secy. 

Established in 1997 in CO. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$604,506 (M); gifts received, $529,844; 

expenditures, $59,196; qualifying distributions, 

$56,577; giving activities include $52,250 for 

26 grants (high: $1 3,600; low: $1 00). 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
education; Roman Catholic agencies & 
churches? economically disadvantaged. 
Limitations: Giving on a national and 
international basis, with some emphasis on CO. 
No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Deacff;ije6:None 

Officers: Rosemary Priester, Pres.; John D. 
Priester, Secy. 

Directors: Mark D. Priester, Mary A. Priester. 
EIN: 841 384487 



698 
Harry W.Rabb Foundation 

4500 Prospect Dr. 

Littleton, CO 80123 

Contact: Vincent A. Zarlengo, Secy.-Treas. 

Established in 1960. 

Donor(s): Harry W.Rabb.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1 ,625,252 (M); expenditures, $1 38,107; 

qualifying distributions, $120,000; giving 

activities include $1 20,000 for 49 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $250; average: $200-$25,000). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); AIDS; 

AIDS research; human services; aging, centers & 

services; Jewish federated giving programs; 

aging; general charitable giving. 

Types of support: Continuing support; annual 

campaigns. 

Limitations: Giving limited to CO, with 

emphasis on Denver. No support for religious or 

parochial schools, or religious organizations for 

religious purposes, or to organizations which 

discriminate for reasons of race, sex, national 

origin, physical handicap, or sexual orientation. 

No grants to individuals, or for travel, 

conferences, conventions, meetings, or seminars. 

Publications: Annual report, application 

guidelines. 

Application information: No telephone calls. 

Application form not required. 

Initial approach: Letter (1 to 2 pages) 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline: None 

Board meeting date(s): Approximately every 3 

months 

Officers and Trustees:* Bernard Naiman,* Pres.; 
Myles Dolan,* V.P.; Vincent A. Zarlengo,* 
Secy.-Treas. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 
EIN: 237236149 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$25,000 to Allied Jewish Federation of Denver, 

Denver, CO. 
$25,000 to Jewish Community Centers of 

Denver, Denver, CO. 

$1 2,500 to United Way, Mile High, Denver, CO. 
$6,000 to Mount Saint Vincent Home, Denver, 

CO. 
$2,500 to Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brim, 

Denver, CO. 

$2,500 to Sacred Heart House, Denver, CO. 
$2,500 to Seniors, Denver, CO. 
$2,000 to Arthritis Foundation, Denver, CO. 
$2,000 to Colorado AIDS Project, Denver, CO. 
$2,000 to Colorado Uplift, Denver, CO. 



699 
Robert Hoag Rawlings Foundation 

825W.6thSL 

P.O. Box 4040 

Pueblo, CO 81003 (719)544-3520 

Conterf;Paulette Stuart 

Established in 1988 in CO. 

Donor(s): Robert H. Rawlings, Star Journal 

Publishing Co., Inc. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/97): Assets, 

$1,981,448 (M); gifts received, $1,01 0,258; 

expenditures, $37,627; qualifying distributions, 



$36,966; giving activities include $35,403 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Education; human services. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the southern CO 

area. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline(s): May and Nov. 
Officers: Robert H. Rawlings, Pres.; Mary G. 
Rawlings, V.P. and Treas,; David B. Shaw, Secy. 
Directors: David Cardinal, )ane Rawlings, John 
Rawlings, Robert H. Rawlings, Jr., Bernard 
Schmidt, Carolyn Temple, Bob Wertz. 
EIN: 841 090907 



700 
The Rifkin Foundation 

360 S.Monroe St., Ste. 600 
Denver, CO 80209 

Established in 1989 in CO. 

Donor(s): Monroe M. Rifkin, Rella S. Rifkin. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,409,573 (M); expenditures, $1 1 8,705; 

qualifying distributions, $1 1 1,319; giving 

activities include $1 1 2,439 for 36 grants (high: 

$35,000; low: $25). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; human 

services; Jewish federated giving programs; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Denver, CO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Monroe M. Rifkin,* 

Pres. and Mgr.; Bruce A. Rifkin,* V.P.; Rella S. 

Rifkin,* V.P.; Stuart G. Rifkin,* Secy.; Ruth Rifkin 

Bennis,* Treas. 

EIN: 742557691 



701 
Freda I Roof Memorial Scholarship Fund 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 

633 17th St. 

Denver, CO 80270 

Contact: Mary jane Simmons, Trust Off. 

Established in 1955. 
Donor(s): Freda Roof.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$1,664,122 (M); gifts received, $125,000; 
expenditures, $93,658; qualifying distributions, 
$78,989; giving activities include $77,000 for 
grants to individuals. 

Purpose and activities: Scholarships to needy 
and worthy students in CO for study at 1 3 
accredited colleges and universities in CO. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to residents of CO. 
Application information: Scholarship recipients 
are determined and awarded through school's 
financial aid office. 

Initial approach: Letter outlining need 
Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
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702 
Rudofeky Foundation & 

3131E.Alameda,No.1906 
Denver, CO 80209 

Established in 1985. 

Donor(s): Ann Rudofsky. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/97): Assets, 

$615 (M); gifts received, $122,662; 

expenditures, $123,383; qualifying distributions, 

$1 22,508; giving activities include $1 22,508 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Education; hospitals (general); 

health care; health organizations; human 

services; Jewish federated giving programs; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Denver, CO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Leland Rudofsky, Pres. and Treas.; 

Gerard Rudofsky, V.P. and Secy.; Sue Click, V.P.; 

Ann Rudofsky, V.P.; Harley Rudofsky, V.P. 

EIN: 841 01 0045 



703 
Rutledge Hill Press Foundation & 

1920 Oak Hills Dr. 
Colorado Springs, CO 80919 
Contact: James R. Powell, Exec. Dir. 

Established in 1992 in TN. 

Donor(s): Rutledge Hill Press, Inc. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$477,990 (M); expenditures, $182,545; 

qualifying distributions, $139,434; giving 

activities include $1 39,434 for 1 3 grants (high: 

$40,000; low: $1,285; average: 

$2,719-$55,000). 

Purpose and activities: Primary area of interest 

is Protestant evangelical Christian agencies. 

Fields of interest: Education; Protestant agencies 

& churches. 

Types of support: Seed money; consulting 

services; matching funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Publications: Informational brochure. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Board meeting datefs): Jan. and as required 
Officers and Directors:* Ronald Pitkin,* Pres.; 
Lawrence M. Stone,* Secy .-Treas.; Don Finto, 
William Lane. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time professional. 
EIN: 621 486303 



704 
Schuller Fund, Inc. 

(Formerly Manville Fund, Inc.) 

P.O. Box 51 08 

Denver, CO 80217-0008 (303)978-3863 

Contact: Joni E. Baird,V.P. 

Incorporated in 1952 in DE. 
Donor(s): Schuller Corp. 
Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 
$1,096,460 (M); gifts received, $300,000; 



expenditures, $180,536; qualifying distributions, 
$167,582; giving activities include $99,800 for 
34 grants (high: $1 0,000; low: $500), $44,000 
for 49 grants to individuals of $1 ,000 each and 
$20,957 for 143 employee matching gifts. 
Purpose and activities: Giving primarily to those 
nonprofit organizations for which employees 
volunteer; support also for higher education and 
employee matching gifts to community drives, 
colleges and universities. Also administers a 
scholarship program for children of employees. 
Fields of interest: Humanities; arts/cultural 
programs; vocational education; higher 
education; education; environment; health care; 
health associations; housing/shelter, 
development; homeless, human services; 
community development; economically 
disadvantaged; homeless; general charitable 
giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 
program development; employee matching gifts; 
employee-related scholarships. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of 
company operations. No support for religious, 
fraternal, or veterans' organizations, or groups 
that attempt to influence legislation. 
Publications: Application guidelines, 
informational brochure (including application 
guidelines). 

Application information: Application form 
required. 

Initial approach: Request copy of guidelines 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadlines): May 15, Aug. 15, and Dec. 15 
for community grants 

Board meeting date(s): Jan., Apr., Aug., and 

Oct. 

Officers and Trustees:* C. Van Draper,* Pres.; 
Mary Rhinehart, V.P. and Treas.; Joni Baird, V.P. 
and Admin.; Don Forte, V.P.; David E. Pullen, 
V.P.; Bill Spink, Secy. 

Number of staff: 1 part-time professional; 1 
part-time support. 
EIN: 136034039 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$10,000 to American Red Cross, Three Rivers 

Chapter, Yuba City, CA. 
$5,000 to American Lung Association of 

Colorado, Denver, CO. 
$5,000 to Boy Scouts of America, Pine Tree 

Council, Portland, ME. 
$5,000 to Preble Street Resource Center, 

Portland, ME. 

$5,000 to Seniors, Denver, CO. 
$3,000 to Cenikor Foundation, Lakewood, CO. 
$3,000 to Childrens Legal Clinic, Denver, CO. 
$3,000 to Colorado AIDS Project, Denver, CO. 
$3,000 to Legal Aid Foundation of Colorado, 

Denver, CO. 
$2,500 to Colorado Optometric Center, Denver, 

CO. 



705 
Scott Foundation 

P.O. Box 280409 

Lakewood, CO 80228 (303)274-8112 

Contact Russell Scott III, Fres. 

Established in 1979 in CO. 
Donor(s): Mary Hugh Scott. 
Foundation type: Independent 



Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$317,880 (M); expenditures, $64,845; 

qualifying distributions, $62,500; giving 

activities include $62,500 for grants. 

Fields of interest: Music; elementary/secondary 

education. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Aspen, CO, and 

Houston, TX. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deadline(s): None 

Officers and Directors:* Russell Scott III,* Pres.; 
Joseph A. Scott,* V.P.; Mary Hugh Scott, Mary C. 
Scott Simmons, Agnes L. Scott Wright. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 742054301 



706 
Shamos Family Foundation 

766 Monaco St. Pkwy. 
Denver, CO 80220 

Established in 1993 in CO. 

Donor(s): Jeremy Shamos, Susan Shamos. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,340,759 (M); expenditures, $32,645; 

qualifying distributions, $1,935. 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; higher education. 

Types of support: Annual campaigns; capital 

campaigns. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations; no grants paid in 

fiscaM997. 

Officers and Directors:* Susan Shamos,* Pres.; 

Jeremy Shamos,* V.P. and Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 841 251 784 



707 
Lloyd Skillin Charitable Foundation & 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., Trust Dept. 
633 17th St. 
Denver, CO 80270 

Established in 1996. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1 ,283,037 (M); gifts received, $1,285,945; 

expenditures, $44,960; qualifying distributions, 

$41 ,889; giving activities include $40,866 for 1 

grant. 

Fields of interest: Education. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Ml. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustee: Wells Fargo Bank, N A 

EIN: 84629601 2 



708 
Someone Cares Charitable Trust 

P.O. Box 2062 

Wheat Ridge, CO 80034 

Contact Philip Yancey, Pres. 

Established in 1986 in IL. 



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Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 05/31/97): Assets, 

$7,635 (M); gifts received, $70,935; 

expenditures, $65,203; qualifying distributions, 

$65,203; giving activities include $61,024 for 

grants (average: $ 1 00-$ 1 1 ,000). 

Fields of interest: Human services; international 

relief; Christian agencies & churches; 

immigrants/refugees; economically 

disadvantaged. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

building/renovation. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations; unsolicited requests 

for funds not considered. 

Officers: Philip Yancey, Pres.; Janet Yancey, V.P.; 

Bruce Otto, Treas. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 3634 15880 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$7,000 to LaSalle Street Church, Chicago, IL. 

$5,000 to Prison Fellowship Ministries. 2 grants: 

$3,000^2,000. 

$4,000 to YFC/USA. 2 grants: $2,000 each. 
$3,000 to Columbia International University, 

Columbia, SC. 

$2,000 to Good News Partners, Chicago, IL. 
$2,000 to Mendenhall Ministries, Mendenhall, 

MS. 

$1,000 to African Leadership, Indianapolis, IN. 
$1,000 to Josephs House, DC. 



709 
Galen & Ada Belle Spencer Foundation 

1700 Lincoln St., Ste. 2400 
Denver, CO 802034524 
Contact: John J. Silver, Secy. 

Established in 1982 in CO. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$1 ,741,633 (M); expenditures, $106,642; 

qualifying distributions, $92,087; giving 

activities include $87,500 for 24 grants (high: 

$1 3,000; low: $500; average: $500-$! 2,500). 

Purpose and activities: Giving for cultural 

programs, including opera companies and 

museums; support also for hospitals, higher 

education, and social services. 

Fields of interest: Museums; performing arts; 

arts/cultural programs; higher education; 

hospitals (general); human services. 

Types of support: Continuing support; seed 

money. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Denver, CO. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Board meeting date(s): Oct. 
Officers and Directors:* Harold A. Norblom,* 
Pres.; Thomas P. Kearns,* V.P.; John J. Silver,* 
Secy.; John K. Weckbaugh,* Treas. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 742259763 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$1 3,000 to Central City Opera House 

Association, Denver, CO. For general support. 



$7,000 to Denver Lyric Opera Guild, Denver, 

CO. For general support. 
$6,000 to Colorado College, Colorado Springs, 

CO. For Galen and Ada Belle Spencer 

Foundation Discretionary Fund for Vocal 

Music. 
$6,000 to University of Colorado, College of 

Music, Boulder, CO. For Ada Belle Spencer 

Fellowship opera program. 
$6,000 to University of Denver, Lamont School 

of Music, Denver, CO. 
$5,000 to Denver Rescue Mission, Denver, CO. 

For general support. 
$5,000 to Opera Colorado, Artist Center, 

Denver, CO. 
$5,000 to Opera Colorado, Denver, CO. For 

general support. 
$3,500 to Colorado Symphony Association, 

Denver, CO. For general support. 
$3,000 to Denver Art Museum, Denver, CO. For 

general support. 



710 
Steinbrueck Family Foundation & 

165 High St. 

Denver, CO 80218 (303)298-7777 

Established in 1989. 

Donor(s): Charles E. Steinbrueck, Lizette B. 

Steinbrueck. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$712,191 (M); expenditures, $86,953; 

qualifying distributions, $50,100; giving 

activities include $50,1 00 for grants. 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

education, and children's health care. 

Fields of interest: Education; health care; 

children & youth, services. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Denver, CO. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Copies of proposal: 2 

Final notification: Within 60 days 
Officers: Charles E. Steinbrueck, Pres.; Lizette B. 
Steinbrueck, Secy.-Treas. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 742548465 



711 

The BalF. and Hilda N. Swan 
Foundation* 

c/o Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
P.O. Box 5825, Terminal Annex 
Denver, CO 80217 (303)293-5275 
Contact: Julie Dines, Trust Off., Wells Fargo 
Bank, N.A. 

Established in 1976. 

Donor(s): Bal F. Swan.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$999,181 (M); expenditures, $148,680; 

qualifying distributions, $131,860; giving 

activities include $1 27,000 for 37 granls (high: 

$15,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; medical 

research; human services; children & youth, 

services; disabled. 



Types of support: General/operating support; 

equipment; program development; fellowships; 

scholarship funds; research. 

Limitations: Giving limited to CO. 

Publications: 990-PF. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deacf//nefsj:None 

Trustees: James F. Kimmett, Richard Zarlengo, 
Roland J. Zarlengo, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 742108775 



712 

George and Louise Thornton Charitable 
Foundation & 

4 Steeplechase Dr. 
Fort Collins, CO 80524 
Contact: Louise F. Thornton, Dir. 

Established in 1989. 

Donor(s): Kate Stamper Wilhite.t 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,785,203 (M); expenditures, $79,010; 

qualifying distributions, $65,500; giving 

activities include $65,500 for 24 grants (high: 

$7,000; low: $1,000; average: $1,000-$ 7,000). 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

environment; athletics/sports, Olympics; human 

services; religion. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Fort Collins and 

northern CO. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter or telephone 

Deadline(s): None 

Board meeting date(s): July 

Final notification: Sept 
Directors: Charles Fleming, David Fleming, 
Howard Fleming, Charles Thornton, George 
Thornton, Julia Thornton, Lara Thornton, Louise 
F. Thornton. 
EIN: 431 5251 02 



713 
The Tointon Family Foundation 

c/o Phelps-Tointon, Inc. 
P.O. Box 151 8 
Greeley,CO 80632 
Contact; Joyce Ruff 

Established in 1989 in CO. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 
$41 1 ,386 (M); gifts received, $1 22,200; 
expenditures, $144,252; qualifying distributions, 
$144,252; giving activities include $143,823 for 
36 grants (high: $50,000; low: $100). 
Purpose and activities: Support primarily for 
higher education; some support for civic groups 
and youth clubs. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; children & 
youth, services; government/public 
administration. 

Types of support: Employee-related scholarships. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Greeley, CO. 
No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 
Initial approach: Letter 



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Copies of proposal: 1 

Deadline(s): None 

Officers: Robert C. Tointon, Pres.; William I. 
Tointon, V.P.; Betty L. Tointon, Secy. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 841 11 3542 



714 
Towne Foundation " 

c/o Barbara T. Brown 
1 777 S. Harrison, Ste. 102 
Denver, CO 80210 

Established in 1996. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$865,527 (M); expenditures, $74,352; 

qualifying distributions, $69,465; giving 

activities include $65,000 for 5 grants (high: 

$25,000; low: $5,000). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; children, 

services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CO. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors: Barbara Towne Brown, 

Chair, and Pres.; Penelope M. Griffin,* Mgr.; 

Omer Griffin, Carolyn Brown Hawken, Pamela 

Brown Sankoy. 

EIN: 841 361 895 



715 
Triune Foundation, Ltd. 

3926 S. Magnolia Way 

Denver, CO 80237 (303)756-8267 

Established in 1986 in AZ. 

Donor(s): Brenda L. Bailer, Ml. Bailer. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1,520,038 (M); gifts received, $140,000; 

expenditures, $144,464; qualifying distributions, 

$1 34,876; giving activities include $135,500 for 

4 grants (high: $65,500; low: $10,000). 

Fields of interest: Christian agencies & 

churches; religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Brenda L. Bailer, Pres.; Ml. Bailer, 

Secy.-Treas. 

EIN: 841 039939 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$65,500 to Campus Crusade for Christ 

International, Orlando, FL 
$50,000 to Fellowship of Christian Athletes, 

Kansas City, MO. 
$1 0,000 to Coral Ridge Ministries, Fort 

Lauderdale, FL. 
$10,000 to Denver Rescue Mission, Denver, CO. 



716 
VanderArk Foundation 

c/o Gary D.VanderArk 
79 Glenmoor Dr. 
Englewood,CO 80110 



Established in 1993. 

Donor(s): Gary D.VanderArk. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$142,649 (M); gifts received, $45,446; 

expenditures, $58,474; qualifying distributions, 

$52,562; giving activities include $52,625 for 

32 grants (high: $13,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Museums; orchestra 

(symphony); elementary/secondary education; 

higher education; health care; Christian 

agencies & churches. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Denver, CO, and Ml. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Gary D. VanderArk,* 

Pres.; Phyllis J. VanderArk,* V.P. and Secy.; 

Jillane Kalkman,* V.P. and Treas.; Thomas j. 

VanderArk,* V.P. 

EIN: 841 262856 



717 
Weckbaugh Foundation, Inc. 

P.O. Box 1047 

Denver, CO 80201 (303)470-7859 

Contact: Walter S. Weckbaugh, Treas. 

Incorporated in 1939 in CO. 

Donor(s):J. Kernan Weckbaugh, Ella M. 

Weckbaugh, The J.K. Mullen Co. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,488,940 (M); expenditures, $99,074; 

qualifying distributions, $86,163; giving 

activities include $78,840 for 31 grants (high: 

$11, 000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

secondary school/education; higher education; 

hospitals (general); Roman Catholic agencies & 

churches. 

Types of support: Continuing support; 

endowment funds; research. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CO. No grants 

to individuals. 

Publications: Financial statement, application 

guidelines. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Cop/65 of proposal: 1 

Deadline: Dec. 1 



Final notification: March 
Officers and Directors:* Lawrence K. 
Weckbaugh,* Pres.; John K. Weckbaugh,* V.P.; 
Daren T. Matthews,* Secy.; Walter S. 
Weckbaugh,* Treas.; Anne H. Weckbaugh, 
Heather A. Weckbaugh. 
EIN: 846029285 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$ 1 1 ,000 to University of Colorado Health 

Sciences Center, Denver, CO. For general 

support. 
$10,800 to University of Denver, Ritchie 

Wellness and Sports Center, Denver, CO. For 

general support. 
$8,000 to K R M A-Channel 6 TV, Denver, CO. 

For general support. 
$5,200 to Mullen High School, Denver, CO. For 

general support. 



$3,500 to Hospice of Saint John, Lakewood, 

CO. For general support. 
$2,500 to Santo Domingo Tribe, Ignacio, CO. 

For general support. 
$1 ,500 to Colorado Symphony Orchestra, 

Denver, CO. For general support. 
$ 1,500 to Creighton University, Omaha, NE. For 

general support. 
$1,500 to Denver Botanical Gardens, Denver, 

CO. For general support. 
$1,400 to Havern Center, Littleton, CO. For 

general support. 



718 

Westmoreland Coal Company and Penn 
Virginia Corporation Foundation 

2 N. Cascade Ave., 14th Fl. 

Colorado Springs, CO 80903 (719)532-9570 

Contact: Lynda Mikkola, Mgr. 

Trust established in 1974 in PA. 
Donor(s): Westmoreland Coal Co., Penn 
Virginia Corp. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$720,653 (M); gifts received, $6,027; 
expenditures, $21 3,158; qualifying distributions, 
$206,837; giving activities include $1 75,1 39 for 
185 grants to individuals (high: $3,000; low: 
$250; average: $250-$3,000). 
Purpose and activities: Primarily grant 
scholarships for higher education to children of 
company employees and residents in areas of 
company operations. 

Fields of interest: Community development. 
Types of support: Scholarship funds. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in areas of 
company operations in Lee, Scott, Albemarle, 
and Wise counties, VA; Boone, Kanowa, Logon, 
Raleigh, Wayne, and Wyoming counties, VW; 
Martin, Pike, and Harlan Counties, KY; El Paso 
County, CO; and Big Horn County, MT. 
Publications: Informational brochure (including 
application guidelines). 

Application information: Contact high schools 
for applications. High schools make initial 
selection. Application form required. 

Dead//nefo):Dec. 1 for scholarships 

Board meeting date(s): Annually 
Officer: Lynda Mikkola, Mgr. 
Trustees: Ann Horton, Robert J. Jaeger, Theodore 
E. Worcester. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 2373981 63 



719 
Yampa Valley Community Foundation & 

P.O. Box 774965 

Steamboat Springs, CO 80477 (970)879-8632 

Contact Dianna Sutton, Pres. & C.E.O. 

E-mail: donate@WCF.org; URL: http;// 

www.yvcf.org 

Established in 1979 in CO. 
Foundation type: Community 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 
$965,368 (L); gifts received, $685,319; 
expenditures, $230,945; giving activities 
include $66,377 for 57 grants (high: $2,500; 
low: $200; average: $500-$1,000), $19,245 for 
22 grants to individuals (high: $1,000; low: 



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$ 1 70; average: $500-$1 ,000) and $1 25,806 for emergency funds; program development; Copies of proposal: 1 

foundation-administered programs. conferences/seminars; seed money; curriculum Deadline: Spring 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; development; employee matching gifts; Board meeting date(s): Monthly 

education; environment; health associations; scholarships to individuals. Number of staff: 1 full-time professional; 

recreation; human services. Limitations: Giving primarily in Yampa Valley, full-time support; 1 part-time support. 

Types of support: General/operating support; CO. EIN: 840794536 

continuing support; annual campaigns; capital Application information: Application form 

campaigns; building/renovation; equipment; required. 



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CONNECTICUT 



720 
A.E. Charitable Foundation 

364 E. Middle Patent Rd. 
Greenwich, CT 06831 
Contact; Anthony B. Evnin, Pres. 
NYtel.: (21 2) 649-5791 

Established in 1986 in NY. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 

$1,306,942 (M); gifts received, $227,582; 

expenditures, $77,628; qualifying distributions, 

$72,392; giving activities include $72,392 for 

55 grants (high: $14,500; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; education; biomedicine; medical 

research. 

Types of support: Annual campaigns; capital 

campaigns; endowment funds. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in Westchester 

County and New York, NY. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Anthony B. Evnin, Pres.; Judith W. 
Evnin, Secy. 

Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 13331 7246 



721 
Louis H. Aborn Foundation, Inc. 

46WilshireRd. 

Greenwich, a 06831 (203)661-4046 

Contact: Louis H. Aborn, Pres. 

Established in 1975 in Q. 

Donor(s): Louis H. Aborn, Hermine F. Aborn. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$88,238 (M); gifts received, $106,552; 

expenditures, $1 25,091 ; qualifying distributions, 

$1 25,000; giving activities include $1 25,000 for 

7 grants (high: $75,000; low: $1,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for 

public health projects; support also for 

education and child welfare. 

Fields of interest: Education; health care; 

children & youth, services. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CT and NY. No 

loans or program-related investments. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadfine(s): None 

Officers and Directors:* Louis H. Aborn,* Pres.; 
Hermine F. Aborn,* V.P.; Nancy Aborn Duffy/ 
Secy.; Sargent L. Aborn,* Treas. 
EIN: 5 101 62063 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$75,000 to New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, 

NYC, NY. For public health programs. 
$25,000 to Lower East Side International 

Community School, NYC, NY. For aid to 

underprivileged children. 



$10,000 to Greenwich Hospital Association, 

Greenwich, CT. For public health care 

programs. 
$1 0,000 to Greenwich Library, Greenwich, CT. 

For capital campaign. 
$2,500 to Connecticut Alliance for Music, 

Fairfield, CT. For music education programs. 
$1,500 to Greenwich School Age Child Care, 

Riverside, CT. 
$1 ,000 to Fresh Air Fund, NYC, NY. 



722 
Mary L. Jobe Akeley Trust & Peace 

Sanctuary & 
c/o Timothy Bates 
100 Fort Hill Rd. 
Groton,CT 06340 

Established in 1981. 

Foundation type: Operating 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,767,709 (M); expenditures, $21,958; 

qualifying distributions, $21,581 ; giving 

activities include $1 5,1 75 for grants. 

Fields of interest: General charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Timothy D. Bates, Russell L. 

Brenneman, Richard H. Goodwin. 

EIN: 066089224 



723 
Charles B. Allyn Foundation, Inc. & 

6B Salem Tpke. 

Norwich, CT 06360 

Application address: P.O. Box 21 4, Mystic, CT 

06355 

Established in 1926. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1,566,614 (M); expenditures, $41,835; 

qualifying distributions, $62,331 ; giving 

activities include $37,220 for 20 grants (high: 

$4,000; low: $500). 

Fields of interest: Community development, 

neighborhood development. 

Types of support: Annual campaigns; 

building/renovation; student loans to 

individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to residents of New 

London County, CT. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Request application from 
foundation 

Deao7fne(s):None 

Officers: Barbara R. McLeod, Pres.; Dorothy 
Spillane, Secy.; Richard B. Steele, Treas. 
Directors: Robert P. Anderson, James Baird, 
William B. Dodge, Steven Durham, Richard 
Neff. 
EIN: 060391 375 



724 
Harlan E. Anderson Foundation if 

P.O. Box 426 

New Canaan, CT 06840 

Contact: Harlan E. Anderson, Tr. 

Established in 1969 in CT. 

Donor(s): Harlan E. Anderson. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,61 3,056 (M); gifts received, $143,309; 

expenditures, $68,004; qualifying distributions, 

$65,800; giving activities include $65,800 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Orchestra (symphony); higher 

education; aging, centers & services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the New Canaan, CT, area. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. Unsolicited 

proposals cannot be considered. 

Deadline(s): None 

Trustees: Harlan E. Anderson, Lois j. Anderson, 
Francis W.Dubreuil. 
EIN: 23701 1480 



725 
The Angeles I Arredondo Foundation 

1 Sound Shore Dr. 
Greenwich, CT 06830 

Donor(s): Caesar A. Arredondo, Carlos A. 

Arredondo, Arredondo Properties, LP. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,161,915 (M); gifts received, $365,776; 

expenditures, $1 76,604; qualifying distributions, 

$1 76,299; giving activities include $149,919 for 

7 grants (high: $53,390; low: $3,000). 

Purpose and activities: Supports secondary 

education programs for disadvantaged Hispanic 

students. 

Fields of interest: Elementary/secondary 

education; education; residential/custodial care; 

human services, special populations; civil rights, 

equal rights. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds; research. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CT. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Caesar A. Arredondo, Pres. and Secy.; 

Carolyn A. Arredondo, V.P.; Mari V. Arredondo, 

V.P.; Carlos A. Arredondo, Treas. 

EIN: 133100869 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$53,390 to Hamilton Avenue School Parent 

Teachers Association, Greenwich, CT. For 

After School Homework Program. 
$52,500 to Center for Equal Opportunity, DC. 

For Bilingual Education Conference. 
$25,000 to Convent of the Sacred Heart, 

Greenwich, CT. For summer school program. 
$10,000 to Kids in Crisis, Cos Cob, CT. For 

general support. 
$3,029 to Hopkins School, New Haven, CT. For 

Summer Academic Enrichment Program. 
$3,000 to Hispanic Center. For general support. 
$3,000 to U.S. English, DC. For general support. 



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726 
Arrowhead Foundation, Inc. '< 

36TokenekeTrail 

Darien,Q 06820 

Contact: Thomas E. O'Connor, Pres. 

Established in 1988 in Q. 

Donor(s): Thomas E. O'Connor. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/96): Assets, 

$1 ,032,1 1 7 (M); gifts received, $ 1 72,407; 

expenditures, $37,990; qualifying distributions, 

$37,102; giving activities include $33,725 for 

31 grants (high: $5,000; low: $1 00). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; environment; human services; public 

affairs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CT and NY. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations, 

Officers and Directors:* Thomas E. O'Connor,* 

Pres.; Janet M. O'Connor,* Secy.; Thomas P. 

Spellane. 

EIN: 223118157 



727 
The Ashe Foundation 

c/o John Ashe 

537 Rockrimmon Rd. 

Stamford, CT 06903 

Established in 1975. 

Donor(s): Sidney Yeung. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$238,638 (M); gifts received, $100,000; 

expenditures, $53,490; qualifying distributions, 

$51 ,1 90; giving activities include $51 ,1 90 for 

59 grants (high: $15,525; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Media/communications; 

museums; performing arts; health associations; 

children & youth, services; family services; 

Jewish federated giving programs; social 

sciences, interdisciplinary studies; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Stamford, CT, and New York, NY. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* James T. Ashe,* Mgr.; 

John C. Ashe,* Mgr. 

EIN: 510181211 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1996. 

$ 1 5,600 to Jewish Community Center of 

Stamford, Stamford, CT, 
$10,350 to Hospice Care, Stamford, a. 
$8,000 to United Jewish Federation, Stamford, 

CT. 

$6,100 to Bicultural Day School, Stamford, CT. 
$3,500 to Temple Sinai, Stamford, CT. 
$2,500 to Marlboro School of Music, 

Philadelphia, PA. 
$1,100 to Eye Bank for Sight Restoration, NYC, 

NY. 

$1,000 to United Jewish Appeal, NYC, NY. 
$500 to United Way of Stamford, Stamford, CT. 
$500 to Young Concert Artists, NYC, NY. 



728 
Thomas Atkins Memorial Fund Trust i: 

c/o Fleet National Bank 
777 Main St., CTMOH22B 
Hartford, Q 06115 (860)986-4071 
Contact: Sheilah B. Rostow, Fleet National Bank 
Additional tel.: (800) 986-7696 

Established in CT. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,257,385 (M); expenditures, $52,131; 

qualifying distributions, $44,494; giving 

activities include $35,500 for 10 grants (high: 

$6,000; low: $1,500). 

Fields of interest: Theater; human services. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

continuing support; program development; seed 

money; technical assistance. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the Middlesex 

County, CT, area. No grants to individuals. 

Publications: Application guidelines. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Telephone 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deacf//ne(s;:0ct.1 

Final notification: Six weeks after deadline 
Trustee: Fleet National Bank 
EIN: 066030489 



729 
Eugene Atwood Fund 

68 Federal St. 

New London, CT 06320-0270 
ConJacf: James C. McGuire, Tr. 
Application address: P.O. Box 270, New 
London, Q 06320; Tel.: (860) 4434357 

Established in 191 7. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 04/3008): Assets, 

$1,921,419 (M); gifts received, $300; 

expenditures, $109,828; qualifying distributions, 

$1 09,828; giving activities include $6,000 for 3 

grants to individuals of $2,000 each and 

$77,700 for 47 loans to individuals. 

Purpose and activities: Awards undergraduate 

scholarships and loans to New London County, 

CT, residents only. 

Types of support: Scholarships-4o individuals; 

student loans to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to New London 

County, CT. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter or telephone 

Deac///nefeJ:Mayl 

Trustees: M. Genevieve Atwood, James C. 
McGuire, Elizabeth Dodge White, and 5 
additional trustees. 
EIN: 066044477 



730 
The Bailey Foundation, Inc. 

ISN.StanwichRd. 
Greenwich, CT 06831 

Established in 1986 in CT. 

Donor(s): Ralph Bailey, BettyeJ. Bailey. 

Foundation type: Independent 



Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,673,1 77 (M); expenditures, $45,1 1 7; 

qualifying distributions, $44,930; giving 

activities include $44,930 for 27 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $20). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; higher 

education; hospitals (general); Christian 

agencies & churches; cemeteries/burial services. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CT. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Ralph E. Bailey, Pres.; BettyeJ. Bailey, 

V.P. 

Director: Douglas G. Bailey. 

EIN: 222777447 



731 

Vernal VV. & Florence H. Bates 
Foundation & 

c/o James O.Walsh 

P.O. Box 1302 

New Haven, CT 06505-1302 

Application address: 6503 29th Ave. W., 

Bradenton,FL 34209 

Established in 1956 in CT. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$1,087,603 (M); expenditures, $85,055; 
qualifying distributions, $64,842; giving 
activities include $51 ,340 for grants. 
Purpose and activities: Giving primarily for the 
purpose of assisting, whether by loan or grant, 
individuals seeking education, and/or for the 
purpose of establishing scholarships, 
fellowships, research projects, professorships, 
and for chairs of learning at preparatory schools, 
high schools, colleges, universities, and other 
institutions of learning, and for the care of the 
aged, retarded, and handicapped. 
Fields of interest: Performing arts; higher 
education; education; children & youth, 
services; youth, services; aging, centers & 
services; disabled; aging. 
Types of support: Professorships; fellowships; 
scholarship funds; research. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CT and FL. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Deacf//ne(sJ:May1 

Board meeting date(s): Between June 1 and 
July 31 

Final notification: Within 5 months after 

deadline 

Officers and Trustees:* Lois Flach,* Chair.; 
Donna F. George, Secy.; James 0. Walsh. 
EIN: 066034880 



732 

The Bayer Institute for Health Care 
Communication 

(Formerly The Miles Institute for Health Care 

Communication) 

400 Morgan Ln, 

West Haven, Q 06516 (800)800-5907 

Confacf; Maysel Kemp White, M.D. 

FAX: (203) 81 2-5951; E-mail: 

bayer.institute@bayer.com; URL: http;// 

www.bayerinstitute.org 



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Established in 1993 inCT 

Donor(s): Bayer Corp. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$123,527 (M); expenditures, $215,705; 

qualifying distributions, $80,919; giving 

activities include $20,000 for 1 grant, $60,91 9 

for 6 grants to individuals (high: $20,000; low: 

$4,310) and $21 5,705 for 

foundation-adm i n istered programs. 

Purpose and activities: Awards grants for 

research within the United States that directly 

relates to provider-patient communication in 

health care settings. 

Fields of interest: Health care. 

Types of support: Research; grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving on a national basis. 

Publications: Application guidelines, 

informational brochure (including application 

guidelines), newsletter. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter 

Copies of proposal: 3 

ZteafcfeJ.-Mar.15 

Board meeting date(s): May and Oct. 

F/na/notffcanan.-SeptlS 
Officers and Directors:* Carl Calcagni, R.Ph.,* 
Chair., C.E.O., and V.P.; Richard K. Goodstein, 
M.D., Vice-Chair, and V.P.; Michael E. Herbert, 
Exec. V.P.; Donald A. Hodd,* V.P. and 
Secy.-Treas.; Joel Abelson, V.P.; John M. 
Amatruda, M.D., V.P.; J. Gregory Carroll, Ph.D.,* 
Exec. Dir.; Gerald B. Rosenberg, M.D., Mgr.; 
Thomas L. Campbell M.D., Evan G. Pattishall, 
M.D., Ph.D., Carol Valois, M.D. 
Number of staff: 4 full-time professional; 5 
part-time professional; 6 full-time support. 
BIN: 223208010 



733 
The Beatman Foundation, Inc. 

34 Cary Ln. 
Bloomfield, CT 06002 

Established in 1955. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 

$1,580,033 (M); expenditures, $82,609; 

qualifying distributions, $78,004; giving 

activities include $73,650 for 14 grants (high: 

$45,000; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: "Grant making to 

organizations providing services for children 

and their families." 

Fields of interest: Education; children & youth, 

services; family services; Jewish federated giving 

programs. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in New York, NY. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations; unsolicited requests 

for funds not considered. 

Officers: Frances Beatman, Pres. andTreas.; 

Murray Rabbins, V.P.; Ralph Shulansky, Secy. 

BIN: 066038500 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$45,000 to Jewish Board of Family and 

Childrens Services, NYC, NY. 
$1 2,000 to United Jewish Appeal-Federation of 

Jewish Philanthropies, NYC, NY. 



$5,000 to Columbia University, Center for Study 

of Social Work Practice, NYC, NY. 
$ 1 ,550 to New Alternatives for Children, NYC, 

NY. 
$1 ,500 to Anti-Defamation League of Bnai Brith, 

NYC, NY. 

$1,500 to Jewish Center of Teaneck, Teaneck, NJ. 
$1,200 to ELEM-Youth in Distress, NYC, NY. 
$1 ,000 to Cancer Care, NYC, NY. 
$1 ,000 to Planned Parenthood of New York 

City, NYC, NY. 
$1 ,000 to Womens American ORT, Teaneck, NJ. 



734 
David A. Beckerman Foundation, Inc. 

c/oMarkSklarz 
P.O. Box 1960 
New Haven, CT 06508 

Established in 1991 inCT. 

Donor(s): David A. Beckerman, Starter Corp. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$55,905 (M); gifts received, $505; expenditures, 

$178,989; qualifying distributions, $176,500; 

giving activities include $ 1 76,500 for 1 3 grants 

(high: $50,000; low: $200). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; human 

services; Jewish federated giving programs; 

Jewish agencies & temples. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

scholarship funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CT and FL No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* David A. Beckerman,* 

Pres.; Mark G. Sklarz,* Secy.; Benjamin Cohen,* 

Treas. 

BIN: 061 326322 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,000 to Congregation Bnai Jacob. For 

general support. 

$50,000 to Mishkan Israel. For general support. 
$50,000 to Westville Synagogue, New Haven, 

CT. For general support. 
$5,300 to New Haven Hebrew Day School, 

New Haven, CT. For general support. 
$5,000 to Camp Laurelwood, Woodbridge, a. 

For general support. 
$5,000 to Jewish Home for the Aged, New 

Haven, CT. For general support. 
$4,000 to Hamden Hall Country Day School, 

Hamden, CT. For general support. 
$3,500 to Shubert Performing Arts Center, New 

Haven, CT. For general support. 
$ 1 ,000 to University of New Haven, West 

Haven, CT. For general support. 
$200 to American Red Magen David for Israel. 

For general support. 



735 

Eugene & Margaret M. Blackford 
Memorial Fund B 

c/o Fleet National Bank 

777MainSt.,CTMOH18A 

Hartford, CT 06115 

Contact: Maggie Willard, V.P., Fleet National 

Bank 

Foundation type: Independent 



Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,561,254 (M); expenditures, $7,590; 

qualifying distributions, $4,1 19. 

Fields of interest: Eye disease; eye research; 

human services, special populations. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CT. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations; no grants paid in 

fiscal1997. 

Trustees: Benjamin Blackford, Fleet Investment 

Svcs. 

EIN: 066250200 



736 
Bodine Foundation, Inc. 

31 7 Mountain Grove St. 

Bridgeport, CT 06605-2122 (203)334-3107 

Established about 1968 inCT. 

Donor(s): The Bodine Corp. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$60,196 (M); gifts received, $78,000; 

expenditures, $60,183; qualifying distributions, 

$60,023; giving activities include $60,025 for 

27 grants (high: $26,525; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 

education; hospitals (general); health 

associations; human services; federated giving 

programs. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in Bridgeport, CT. No grants to 

individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Richard P. Bodine, Jr., Pres.; Barbara 

Bodine, Secy.; William Bodine, Treas. 

EIN: 0660991 75 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$26,525 to United Way. 

$10,500 to YMCA. 

$5,000 to Bridgeport Hospital, Bridgeport, CT. 

$3,1 00 to Junior Achievement of Western 

Connecticut, Bridgeport, CT. 
$2,000 to Barnum Museum, Bridgeport, CT. 
$1 ,350 to Downtown Cabaret Theater Company 

of Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT. 
$1,000 to Bridgeport Area Foundation, 

Bridgeport, CT. 
$1 ,000 to Council of Churches of Greater 

Bridgeport, Bridgeport, CT. 
$1 ,000 to Discovery Museum, Bridgeport, CT. 
$1,000 to Hall Neighborhood House, 

Bridgeport, CT. 



737 
Bridgeport Ladies Charitable Trust & 

c/o The Chase Manhattan Bank of Connecticut, 

N.A. 

999 Broad St. 

Bridgeport, CT 06604 

Chartered in 181 4 inCT. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/97): Assets, 

$1,109,059 (M); gifts received, $910; 

expenditures, $60,853; qualifying distributions, 

$48,790; giving activities include $48,740 for 

grants to individuals. 



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Fields of interest: Education; health care; health 

organizations; children & youth, services; youth, 

services; family services; aging, centers & 

services; disabled; aging. 

Types of support: Emergency funds; grants to 

individuals. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to the greater Bridgeport, CT, area. 

Publications: informational brochure. 

Application information: Grantees are referred 

from Emily Woodside Services or community 

agencies for needy cases requiring health and 

home assistance. 

Officers: Mrs. George P. Carter, Pres.; Mrs. 

Thomas R. Talamini, V.P.; Mrs. Frank A. Healy, 

Jr., Corresponding Secy.; Mrs. T. Brooks Barrett, 

Recording Secy.; Mrs. J. Donaldson Paxton, 

Treas. 

Trustee: The Chase Manhattan Bank of 

Connecticut, N.A. 

EIN: 066068224 



738 

Greater Bridgeport Retired Teachers 
Building Fund * 

c/o Fleet Bank, N.A. 

777MainSl,CTMOH18A 

Hartford, Q 06115 

Contact: Maggie Willard 

Application address: c/o Wanda P. Dick, 1 7 

Channing Rd., Trumbull, CT 0661 1 ; Tel.: (203) 

268-5066 

Established in 1988 in CT. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 
$1 ,075,059 (M); expenditures, $77,987; 
qualifying distributions, $72,316; giving 
activities include $67,152 for grants. 
Fields of interest: Education; human services. 
Types of support: General/operating support. 
Limitations: Giving limited to the greater 
Bridgeport, CT, area. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Dead///ie(sJ;None 

Officers: Wanda P. Dick, Pres.; Margaret 
Bierbaum, V.P.; Rose Pellegrino, 2nd V.P.; Steven 
Balgach, Secy.; Catherine Bunting, 
Corresponding Secy.; Ella Rice, Treas. 
Trustee: Fleet Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 237258527 



739 



Inc. 

P.O. Box 999 

Bristol, Q 06011-0999 

Contact: Edward P. Lorenson, Pres. 

Established around 1957. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,869,105 (M); expenditures, $85,482; 

qualifying distributions, $79,864; giving 

activities include $69,000 for 3 grants (high: 

$63,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Athletics/sports, amateur 

leagues; residential/custodial care; federated 

giving programs. 

Types of support: Building/renovation; seed 

money; matching funds. 



Limitations: Giving limited to the greater Bristol, 

CT, area. No grants to individuals. 

Publications: Informational brochure (including 

application guidelines). 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Dead/;nefe):None 
Officer: Edward P. Lorenson, Pres. 
Directors: Sherwood L. Anderson III, Thomas 0. 
Barnes, W. Lester Killen, James Reidy, Jr. 
Trustee: Fleet Bank, N.A. 
EIN: 066037796 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$63,000 to Main Street Community Foundation, 

Bristol, Q. 

$5,000 to Bristol Recovery Club, Bristol, CT. 
$1 ,000 to Grace Episcopal Church. For 

memorial fund. 



740 
Trustees of the Bulkeley School 

17 Crocker St. 

New London, CT 06320 

Contact: Richard Woodworth, Treas. 

Additional address: P.O. Box 1426, New 

London, a 06320 

Established in 1852 in CT. 

Donorfe): Leonard H. Bulkeley.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 04/30/97): Assets, 

$1, 549,553 (M); gifts received, $122; 

expenditures, $78,920; qualifying distributions, 

$74,619; giving activities include $65,426 for 

90 grants to individuals (high: $1 ,000; low: 

$100; average: $500-$ 1,000). 

Purpose and activities: Giving for a scholarship 

program to residents of New London, CT. 

Fields of interest: Secondary school/education; 

adult/continuing education. 

Types of support: Scholarship funds; grants to 

individuals; scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to residents of New 

London, CT. 

Publications: 990-PF. 

Application information: Contact school 

guidance counselor for application information. 

Application form required. 

Deadlines): Apr. 1 

Board meeting date(s): Apr. 1 5 

final notification; July 15 
Officers and Director:* Nathan Belcher,* Pres.; 
Keith Christiansen, V.P.; William Smith, Secy.; 
Richard Woodworth, Treas. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time professional; 1 
part-time support. 
EIN: 066040926 



741 
Buriingame Foundation -x 

c/o Blair & Potts 

P.O. Box 121 4 

Stamford, CT 06904-1214 

Established in 1986 in Q. 
Donor(s):John F. Buriingame. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 
$1,703,802 (M); gifts received, $160,468; 
expenditures, $80,683; qualifying distributions, 



$75,900; giving activities include $75,900 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; education; 

human services; Roman Catholic federated 

giving programs. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

endowment funds. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in MA. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Genevieve K. Buriingame, John F. 

Buriingame. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 22277981 6 



742 
Philip & Betsey C. Caldwell Foundation & 

225 High Ridge Rd. 
Stamford, Q 06905 
Contact: Philip Caldwell, Pres. 

Established in 1985 in a. 

Donor(s): Betsey C. Caldwell, Philip Caldwell. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,579,892 (M); gifts received, $17,575; 

expenditures, $84,939; qualifying distributions, 

$68,030; giving activities include $71,809 for 

24 grants (high: $20,000; low: $100). 

Fields of interest: Art/cultural programs; higher 

education; federated giving programs. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CT and NY. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deadline: None 

Officers: Philip Caldwell, Pres.; Betsey C. 
Caldwell, Secy. 

Directors: Desiree C. Armitage, Lawrence C. 
Caldwell, Lucy Caldwell Stair. 
EIN: 061 1641 30 



743 
Camp Burt Tetlow Foundation, Inc. & 

c/o E.B. Spadoni 
110 Dunham PI. 
Southington, a 06489 

Established in 1988. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$71 2,992 (M); expenditures, $51 ,523; 

qualifying distributions, $50,000; giving 

activities include $50,000 for grants (high: 

$15,000; low: $2,000). 

Fields of interest: Recreation, community 

facilities; youth development, scouting agencies 

(general); YM/YWCAs & YM/YWHAs. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

equipment. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

limited to Hartford, CT. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Elaine S. Gladstone, Pres.; David A. 

Gladstone, V.P.; Herrick S. Massie, Secy.-Treas. 

Directors: Edward D. Gladstone, Malcolm S. 

Hinckley, Charles R. McComb, Charles B. 

Spadoni. 

EIN: 2229071 81 



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744 

Alice L. Carlisle Trust for Children of 
Goshen Trust 

c/o BankBoston, Trust Tax Dept. 
P.O. Box 2210 
Waterbury, CT 06720 

Donor(s): Alice L.Carlisle.* 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial date (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,686,428 (M); expenditures, $137,016; 

qualifying distributions, $11 8,024; giving 

activities include $1 1 7,627 for 225 grants to 

individuals (high: 52,148; low: $82; average: 

$200-$400). 

Purpose and activities: Awards grants to local 

area individuals for medical bill assistance. 

Fields of interest: Children & youth, services; 

economically disadvantaged. 

Types of support: Grants to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to residents of 

Goshen, CT. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 
Trustee: BankBoston. 
EIN: 0661 15749 



$ 1 ,000 to Boy Scouts of America, Connecticut 
Rivers Council, East Hartford, CT. 



746 
The Kristen Ann Carr Fund 

116 Perry Ave. 

Norwalk,a 06850 

Contact: Barbara Carr, Tr., or Dave Marsh, Tr. 

URL: http:/Avww.sarcorna.com 

Established in 1994. 

Donor(s): T.J. Martell Foundation. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/96): Assets, 

$1,680,000 (M); gifts received, $9,450; 

expenditures, $89,642; qualifying distributions, 

$83,283; giving activities include $80,000 for 1 

grant. 

Purpose and activities: Giving for cancer, 

sarcomas, and teen and young adult cancer 

patient psychological services. 

Fields of interest: Cancer; AIDS research; 

human services. 

Types of support: Fellowships. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 



745 
The Carlson Family Foundation 

59 Merrimac Dr. 
Trumbull,CT 06611 

Established in 1994 in CT. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 

$7,780 (M); gifts received, $1 1 2,801 ; 

expenditures, $120,991; qualifying distributions, 

$1 14,332; giving activities include $1 15,500 for 

24 grants (high: $17,000; low: $1,000). 

Fields of interest: Environment; animals/wildlife; 

human services; religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CT. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officer: Stephanie Murray, Secy. 

Directors: Jennifer McCann, Harry C. Rehnberg, 

Jon Rehnberg. 

EIN: 13376281 9 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$1 7,000 to New Milford High School, New 

Milford, CT. For scholarships. 
$10,000 to Northville Volunteer Fire 

Department, New Milford, CT. 
$5,000 to Forman Schools, Litchfield, CT. 

Toward programs for its diverse and 

challenged students. 
$5,000 to HMS Rose Foundation, Bridgeport, 

CT. Toward programs providing educational 

opportunities for underprivileged children. 
$5,000 to Hundred Club of Connecticut, 

Glastonbury, CT. 
$5,000 to Lloyd Center for Environmental 

Studies, South Dartmouth, MA. For River 

Field Study program. 
$5,000 to Museum of the Rockies, Bozeman, 

MT. For architect's salary. 
$5,000 to New Milford Hospital Foundation, 

New Milford, CT. For community programs. 
$3,000 to Recording for the Blind and Dyslexic, 

New Haven, CT. 



Trustees: Barbara Carr, Sasha Carr, David Marsh. 

EIN: 133800442 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$80,000 to Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer 

Center, NYC, NY. For Cancer Treatment 

Resource Program. 



747 

Marjorie Sells Carter Boy Scout 
Scholarship Fund 

c/o Cummings & Lockwood 

P.O. Box 120 

Stamford, CT 06904 

Contact: Joan Shaffer 

Application address: P.O. Box 527, West 

Chatham, MA 02269 

Established in 1974. 
Donor(s): Marjorie Sells Carter.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 
$716,489 (M); expenditures, $128,720; 
qualifying distributions, $11 7,513; giving 
activities include $1 05,750 for 71 grants to 
individuals (high: $1,500; low: $750). 
Purpose and activities: Awards undergraduate 
scholarships only to New England high school 
seniors demonstrating achievement and 
leadership in the Boy Scouts. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Limitations: Giving limited to New England. 
Application information: Applications must be 
made through local Boy Scouts council 
executives. Application form required. 

Deacf//ne(sj:Apr. 1 

Trustees: Robert A. Beer, John P. Hammond, 
First Union National Bank of Connecticut. 
Number of staff: 1 part-time support. 
EIN: 0661 74937 



748 
Arthur H. Carter Scholarship Fund 

c/o Cummings & Lockwood 

P.O. Box 1 20 

Stamford, CT 06904 

Scholarship address; c/o American Accounting 

Assn., Sarasota, FL 33581 

Established in 1974 in CT. 
Donor(s): Marjorie Sells Carter.* 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 
$1,149,671 (M); expenditures, $163,675; 
qualifying distributions, $149,724; giving 
activities include $1 37,500 for 55 grants to 
individuals of $2,500 each. 
Purpose and activities: Giving only for a 
scholarship program for students of accounting. 
Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 
Application information: Applicants must have 
at least 2 years of undergraduate study in the 
accounting field before applying. Application 
form required. 

DeaoY/ne(sJ:Apr. 1 

Trustees: Robert A. Beer, John P. Hammond, 
First Union National Bank of Connecticut. 
EIN: 0661 771 69 



749 

Morris B. & Edith S. Cartin Family 
Foundation, Inc. 

270 Locust St. 
P.O. Box 179 
Hartford, CT 06141 
Contact: Morris B. Cartin, Secy. 

Established in 1962. 

Donor(s): Arnold S. Cartin, Morris Cartin. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 07/31/97): Assets, 
$2,979 (M); gifts received, $80,000; 
expenditures, $87,735; qualifying distributions, 
$87,735; giving activities include $87,735 for 
53 grants (high: $25,000; low: $50). 
Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; 
elementary/secondary education; human 
services; Jewish federated giving programs. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in Hartford, CT. 
Application information: Application form not 
required. 

Initial approach: Letter 
)ead//nefs):None 
Officer: Morris B. Cartin, Secy. 
EIN: 066034881 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$41,200 to Loomis Chaffee School, Windsor, 

CT. 3 grants: $21 ,200, $10,000, $1 0,000. 
$1 6,000 to Jewish Federation of Greater 

Hartford, West Hartford, CT. 
$3,325 to Emanuel Synagogue, West Hartford, 

CT. 

$3,000 to Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, CT. 
$1 ,500 to Greater Hartford Arts Council, 

Hartford, CT. 
$1,000 to Boca Raton Community Hospital, 

Boca Raton, FL. 
$1 ,000 to Old State House Association, 

Hartford, CT. 
$1 ,000 to Trinity College, Hartford, CT. 



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750 

Frederick A. and Justine Millspaugh Catlin 
Foundation, Inc. 

c/o Siegel, O'Connor, Schiff, Zangari & Kainen 
171 Orange St. 

New Haven, Q 06510 (203)789-0001 
Contact: Herman H. Copelon, Chair. 
Application address: 471 Loch Ness Ln., 
Oronoque Village, New Haven, CT 0651 5 

Established about 1958 in Q. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/97): Assets, 

$1 ,796,336 (M); expenditures, $84,020; 

qualifying distributions, $70,000; giving 

activities include $70,000 for 15 grants (high: 

$10,000; low: $2,000), 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; health care; 

youth development scouting agencies (general); 

human services; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in the greater New 

Haven, CT, area. 

Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deao7/ne(sJ:Apr.30 

Officers and Trustees:* Herman H. Copelon,* 
Chair.; Esther C. Copelon,* Secy.; Edward T. 
Creighton,* Treas. 
HN: 066032499 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1997. 
$10,000 to United Church on the Green, New 

Haven, CT. 

$7,000 to Long Wharf Theater, New Haven, CT. 
$7,000 to Shoreline Foundation, Guilford, CT. 
$5,000 to Center for Constitutional Rights, NYC, 

NY. 
$5,000 to Hospital of Saint Raphael Foundation, 

New Haven, CT. 
$5,000 to Jewish Community Center of Greater 

New Haven, New Haven, CT. 
$5,000 to Jewish Federation of New Haven, 

New Haven, CT. 
$5,000 to Shubert Performing Arts Center, New 

Haven, CT. 
$4,000 to Rehabilitation Center of New Haven, 

New Haven, CT. 
$3,000 to Boy Scouts of America, Quinnipiac 

Council, Hamden, CT. 



751 
Chaikin-Wile Foundation, Inc. * 

c/o Friedberg 
855 Main St., Ste. 5 
Bridgeport, CT 06604 

Established in 1994 in CT. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1 ,240,078 (M); gifts received, $276,349; 

expenditures, $33,254; qualifying distributions, 

$32,457; giving activities include $32,750 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; food banks; 

Jewish federated giving programs; Jewish 

agencies & temples. 

Types of support: General/operating support. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Ruth C. Wile, Pres. and Treas.; David 

M.Zieff,V.P. and Secy. 



Director: Lawrence C. Wile. 
EIN: 061 41 3203 



752 
Lucy Pang Yoa Chang Foundation 

35 Church Ln. 
Westport,CT 06880-3589 

Established in 1986 in CT. 

Donor(s): Edwin C. Whitehead,* Rosalind C. 

Whitehead. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 10/31/96): Assets, 

$533,926 (M); expenditures, $57,407; 

qualifying distributions, $53,280; giving 

activities include $55,905 for 15 grants (high: 

$17,000; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: Giving in the following 

areas: 1) hunger and poverty in the U.S.; 2) 

mental health in the U.S.; 3) education; and 4) 

towards the development and support of 

programs directed to the enhancement of 

human rights throughout the world. 

Fields of interest: Higher education; mental 

health/crisis services; food services; human 

rights (international); international affairs. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY. 

No grants to individuals, or for endowment or 

building funds or fundraising campaigns. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Letter or preliminary proposal 
Officers and Governors:* Rosalind C. 
Whitehead,* Pres.; Charles Loy Hawley,* V.P.; 
Gladys Brazil. 
Number of staff: None. 
EIN: 061 190397 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 
$1 7,000 to Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, 

PA. For general support. 
$5 r OOO to Lincoln Center Institute, NYC, NY. For 

general support. 
$5,000 to Northeastern University, Boston, MA. 

For general support for disability research. 
$3,505 to City Center of Music and Drama, 

NYC, NY. For general support. 
$2,500 to Fund for Free Expression, NYC, NY. 

For general support. 
$2,000 to Columbia University, NYC, NY. For 

general support. 
$2,000 to International Womens Health 

Coalition, NYC, NY. For general support. 
$2,000 to Native American Preparatory School, 

Rowe, NM. For general support. 
$2,000 to New York Hospital-Cornell Medical 

Center, NYC, NY. For general support. 
$500 to Foreign Policy Association, NYC, NY. 

For general support. 



753 

City Missionary Association of New 
Haven, Inc. 

c/o BankBoston, Tax Dept. 

P.O. Box 2210 

Waterbury,CT 06722-2210 (203)393-1562 

Contact: Alan 0. Dann, Pres. 

Application address: 1 1 8 Seymour Rd. r 

Woodbridge, CT 06798 

Established in 1876 in CT. 
Foundation type: Independent 



Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,887,631 (M); expenditures, $88,007; 

qualifying distributions, $72,894; giving 

activities include $72,340 for 30 grants (high: 

$5,000; low: $500). 

Purpose and activities: Support for Protestant 

and ecumenical religious activities, public child 

welfare, Christian teaching, and maintenance of 

Christian values. 

Fields of interest: Mental health/crisis services; 

AIDS; AIDS research; food services; food 

services, congregate meals; housing/shelter, 

development; camps; children & youth, 

services; aging, centers & services; homeless, 

human services; Christian agencies & churches; 

Protestant agencies & churches; aging; 

homeless; general charitable giving. 

Types of support: General/operating support; 

emergency funds; matching funds. 

Limitations: Giving limited to the greater New 

Haven, CT, area. 

Publications: Program policy statement, grants 

list. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Initial approach: Proposal 

Copies of proposal: 6 

Deadline: Nov. 1 

Board meeting date(s): Late Feb. 

Final notification: Mar. 

Officers: Alan 0. Dann, Pres.; Bradford Gesler, 
V.P.; Georgia Erickson, Secy.; N.H. Borgerson, 
Jr., Treas. 

Trustee: BankBoston. 
EIN: 066032939 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$5,000 to Casa Linda Sylvan House. 
$5,000 to Christian Community Action, New 

Haven, CT. 
$5,000 to Clifford W. Beers Guidance Clinic, 

New Haven, CT. 

$5,000 to Columbus House, New Haven, CT. 
$3,500 to AIDS Project New Haven, New 

Haven, CT. 
$3,500 to Domestic Violence Services of 

Greater New Haven, New Haven, CT. 
$3,000 to Habitat for Humanity, New Haven, CT. 
$3,000 to Hill Cooperative Youth Agency, New 

Haven, CT. 
$2,500 to Salvation Army of New Haven, New 

Haven, CT. For camperships. 
$1,000 to Interfaith Volunteer Caregivers, New 

Haven, CT. 



754 
Connecticut Energy Foundation, Inc. 

100 Columbus Blvd. 

P.O. Box 1500 

Hartford, CT 06144-1500 (860)727-3458 

Contact: Mary M. Hart, Secy. 

Established in 1984 in CT. 

Donor(s): Connecticut Natural Gas Corp. 

Foundation type: Company-sponsored 

Financial data (yr. ended 06/30/96): Assets, 

$1,536,569 (M); expenditures, $125,776; 

qualifying distributions, $123,835; giving 

activities include $125,000 for 5 grants (high: 

$30,000; low: $15,000). 

Purpose and activities: To fund programs in the 

22 towns of CMC's service area that promote 

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people, increase the availability of utility service 
to them, or reduce their energy costs. 
Fields of interest: Natural resource conservation 
& protection; energy; environment; human 
services; economically disadvantaged. 
Types of support: Building/renovation; 
equipment; program development; seed money; 
technical assistance; consulting services. 
Limitations: Giving limited to towns in 
Connecticut Natural Gas service territory which 
include Avon, Berlin, Bloomfield, Canton, East 
Granby, East Hartford, Farmington, Glastonbury, 
Granby, Greenwich, Hartford, Manchester, 
Mansfield, Marlborough, New Britain, 
Newington, Portland, Rocky Hill, Simsbury, 
West Hartford, Wethersfield, and Windsor. 
Publications: Newsletter, application guidelines, 
informational brochure. 
Application information: Application form 
required. 

Copies of proposal: 1 

Deacf//nefel:Feb.1 

Board meeting date(s): Mar., June, and Oct. 

Final notification: June and Dec. 
Officers: James DeLaura, Pres.; Reginald L. 
Babcock, V.P.; Mary M. Hart, Secy.; Peter B. 
Atherton, Treas. 

Trustees: Andrianne Baughns-Wallace, Paul 
McCary, Barbara Parsons, Joseph Perez, Leslie 
M.Stophel. 

Number of staff: 4 part-time support. 
EIN: 222546022 



755 

The Jane and William Curran Foundation, 
Inc.* 

401 Temple St. 

New Haven, Q 06511-6801 

Established in 1986 in CT. 

Donor(s):Jane F, Curran, William E. Curran. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/97): Assets, 

$1,561,965 (M); gifts received, $327; 

expenditures, $53,257; qualifying distributions, 

$46,901 ; giving activities include $51,257 for 

grants. 

Fields of interest: Arts/cultural programs; higher 

education; hospitals (general); religion. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CT. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers: Jane F. Curran, Pres.; William E. 

Curran, V.P. and Treas.; John W. Bamett, Secy. 

Number of staff: None. 

EIN: 222668435 



756 
Marion LDailey Foundation 

247-03 Hamilton Ave. 
Stamford, Q 06902 
Cbntecf: Marion L. Dailey, Pres. 

Established in 1987 in CT. 
Donor(s): Marion L. Dailey. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 09/30/96): Assets, 
$959,21 6 (M); gifts received, $1 5,000; 
expenditures, $83,471 ; qualifying distributions, 
$80,000; giving activities include $80,000 for 
22 grants (high: $50,000; low: $1 00). 



Fields of interest: Higher education; human 
services; Christian agencies & churches. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in CT. No grants to 
individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline: None 
Officer: Marion L. Dailey, Pres. 
EIN: 222859795 

Selected grants: The following grants were 
reported in 1996. 

$50,000 to Rosemont College, Rosemont, PA. 
$10,000 to Faith of the Future. 
$5,000 to Seeing Eye, Morristown, NJ. 
$4,000 to Saint Maurice Catholic Church. 
$1,1 50 to Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. 
$1,000 to Museum of American Folk Art, NYC, 

NY. 

$500 to Achilles Track Club, NYC, NY. 
$500 to Fairfield Orchestra, Norwalk, CT. 
$500 to Habitat for Humanity. 
$250 to W NET Channel 13, NYC, NY. 



757 
TKe Ellen and Gary Davis Foundation 

45 Pecksland Rd. 
Greenwich, CT 06831 

Established in 1992 in CT. 

Donor(s): Gary S. Davis, Ellen Davis. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 2/31/95): Assets, 

$624,674 (M); gifts received, $250,000; 

expenditures, $66,571 ; qualifying distributions, 

$64,692; giving activities include $63,110 for 

29 grants (high: $20,500; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Education; Jewish federated 

giving programs; Jewish agencies & temples. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in CT. No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Richard J. Bronstein, Ellen Davis, Gary 

S. Davis. 

EIN: 061 3573 18 



758 
The Debs Foundation 

15HuntzingerDr. 
Greenwich, CT 06831 
Contact: Richard A. Debs, Pres. 

Established in 1991 inDEandCT. 
Donor(s): Richard A. Debs. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/95): Assets, 
$1 ,884,61 (M); expenditures, $1 28,441 ; 
qualifying distributions, $125,421 ; giving 
activities include $1 25,200 for 56 grants (high: 
$20,000; low: $50). 

Fields of interest: Performing arts; arts/cultural 
programs; higher education; human services. 
Limitations: Giving primarily in New York, NY, 
and CT. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: 

Initial approach: Letter 

Deadline(s): None 

Officers: Richard A. Debs, Pres.; Barbara K. 
Debs, V.P. 

Directors: Elizabeth A. Debs, Nicholas A. Debs. 
EIN: 133639449 



759 
The DeNunzio Foundation 

3 Bridle Path Ln. 
Riverside, CT 06878 

Established in 1990 as successor foundation to 

the DeNunzio Foundation. 

Donor(s): Ralph DeNunzio. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$1,949,829 (M); gifts received, $493,004; 

expenditures, $73,824; qualifying distributions, 

$64,31 3; giving activities include $63,500 for 8 

grants (high: $50,000; low: $250). 

Fields of interest: Higher education; general 

charitable giving. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 

primarily in the tri-state CT, NY, and NJ, area. 

No grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Trustees: Jean Ames DeNunzio, Ralph 

DeNunzio. 

EIN: 222738275 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$50,000 to Princeton University, Princeton, NJ. 

$5,000 to Greenwich Country Day School, 

Greenwich, CT. 
$5,000 to University of Oregon Foundation, 

Eugene, OR. 
$1 ,000 to Autism Research Institute, San Diego, 

CA. 

$1 ,000 to Deerfield Academy, Deerfield, MA. 
$1 ,000 to Valley Hospital Foundation, 

Ridgewood, NJ. 
$250 to ALSAC - Saint Jude Childrens Research 

Hospital, Memphis, TN. 
$250 to Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH. 



760 
Derby Foundation 

P.O. Box 1277 
Orange, CT 06477 
Contact: John J. Kennedy, V.P. 

Established in 1980 in DE. 
Donor(s):John S. Kennedy, Peter M. Kennedy. 
Foundation type: Independent 
Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/97): Assets, 
$1,839,242 (M); gifts received, $150,000; 
expenditures, $51,535; qualifying distributions, 
$49,876; giving activities include $48,150 for 
25 grants (high: $20,000; low: $100). 
Fields of interest: General charitable giving. 
Types of support: Continuing support; annual 
campaigns; capital campaigns; 
building/renovation; debt reduction. 
Limitations: Applications not accepted. Giving 
limited to the U.S. No grants to individuals. 
Application information: Recipients are 
pre-determined for the foreseeable future. 
Officers and Directors:* Peter M. Kennedy,* 
Pres.; John j. Kennedy,* V.P.; John S. Kennedy, 
V.P.; Marie E. Kennedy,* V.P.; Paul L. Kennedy, 
V.P.; Peter M. Kennedy III, V.P.; Carol Lawrence,* 
Secy. 
EIN: 133066903 



THE FOUNDATION DIRECTORY PART 2, 1999 EDITION 



761-DiMauro-CONNECTICUT 



761 
Orazio DiMauro Foundation, Inc. 

c/o Joseph Nechasek 
545 Stratfield Rd. 
Fairfield,CT 06432 

Established in 1980. 

Donor(s): Mrs. Orazio DiMauro. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 08/31/97): Assets, 

$1,270,984 (M); gifts received, $19,899; 

expenditures, $73,649; qualifying distributions, 

$71,770; giving activities include $61,750 for 

34 grants to individuals (high: $2,000; low: 

$1,250). 

Purpose and activities: Awards scholarships for 

higher education in the field of engineering and 

medicine. 

Fields of interest: Medical school/education; 

engineering school/education; engineering. 

International interests: Staly. 

Types of support: Scholarships to individuals. 

Limitations: Giving limited to residents of 

Bridgeport, CT, area, and Siracusa, Italy. 

Publications: Application guidelines, 

informational brochure. 

Application information: Application form 

required. 

Deac///ne(sJ:Apr.15 

Board meeting date(s): July 

Final notification:^ 
Officer and Directors:* Joseph Nechasek,* 
Pres.; Francesco Amato, Douglas J. Bohn, 
Luciano DiMauro, Rev. Blaise Cintoli, Disma 
Sebastiano. 
EIN: 061 0441 79 



762 

The John E. Donaldson and Dennis ]. 
Perkins Foundation, Inc. 

c/o Gregory M. Perry 
440ldRidgefieldRd. 
Wilton, Q 06897 

Established in 1993 in a. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 12/31/97): Assets, 

$82,442 (M); expenditures, $69,409; qualifying 

distributions, $64,41 1 ; giving activities include 

$65,000 for 4 grants (high: $25,000; low: 

$5,000). 

Fields of interest: Hospitals (general); AIDS. 

Limitations: Applications not accepted. No 

grants to individuals. 

Application information: Contributes only to 

pre-selected organizations. 

Officers and Directors:* Larry W. Criswell,* 

Pres.; Penelope R. Smith,* V.P.; Gregory M. 

Perry,* Secy.; Susan Cooper. 

EIN: 061 361 296 

Selected grants: The following grants were 

reported in 1997. 

$25,000 to Bread and Roses, Georgetown, CT. 

For general support. 

$25,000 to Mid-Fairfield Hospice, Norwalk, CT. 
$1 0,000 to AID Atlanta, Atlanta, GA. For 

general support. 
$5,000 to Gay and Lesbian Community Services 

Center, Los Angeles, CA. For general support. 



763 
Harry Donenfeld Foundation, Inc. 

609 Riverside Ave. 

Westport,Cr 06880-5989 (203)226-0735 

Contact: Irwin Donenfeld, Pres. 

Established in 1945 in NY. 

Foundation type: Independent 

Financial data (yr. ended 1 1/30/95): Assets, 

$981 ,977 (M); expenditures, $54,61 3; 

qualifying distributions, $52,1 1 0; giving 

activities include $50,460 for grants (high: 

$15,100). 

Fields of interest: Health care; federated giving 

programs; general charitable giving. 

Limitations: Giving primarily in CT. 

Application information: Application form not 

required. 

Deadlines): N