Philanthropy and Non-Profit Sector
Columbia Foundation Grants awarded June 1, 2003 through May 31, 2004
$900 to the CALIFORNIA ASSOCIATION OF NONPROFITS, Los Angeles, Ca., for 2004 membership.
$7,640 to the COUNCIL ON FOUNDATIONS, Washington, D.C., for 2004 membership.
$724 to the ENVIRONMENTAL GRANTMAKERS ASSOCIATION, New York, N.Y., for 2004 membership.
$5,000 to the ENVIRONMENTAL GRANTMAKERS ASSOCIATION, New York, N.Y., for the Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Funders, a national funders affinity group that fosters economically viable, environmentally sound, and socially responsible systems of food production, processing, distribution, and consumption with a focus on national policy issues and bringing new funders to the field.
$2,250 to the FUNDERS FOR LESBIAN AND GAY ISSUES, New York, N.Y., a national affinity group of foundation staff who work to promote lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender issues within the field of philanthropy, for 2004 membership.
$10,000 to FUNDERS FOR SUSTAINABLE FOOD SYSTEMS, San Francisco, an affinity group of public and private grantmakers whose mission is to promote sustainable food systems in California through educational fora for grantmakers, for annual membership. The Trust for Conservation Innovation is the fiscal sponsor.
$2,500 to INDEPENDENT SECTOR, Washington, D.C., for its 2003 Annual Meeting, which took place at the Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco on November 2-4.
$4,009 to INDEPENDENT SECTOR, Washington, D.C., for 2004 membership.
$4,104 to NORTHERN CALIFORNIA GRANTMAKERS, San Francisco, for 2004 membership.
$3,000 to THE FOUNDATION CENTER, San Francisco, for the Foundation Library Center to continue to provide free public access to information on nonprofits and foundations; to publish information on foundations; to host workshops for the public on fundraising and foundations; and to host a website that provides tools for grantseeking.