We want to maximize the impact of our portfolio.

We're open to supporting safe bets, like direct cash transfers to the world's poorest people, as well as high-risk, high-reward projects, like minimizing risks from potentially world-changing science and technology. Read more about how we choose what to fund here.

  1. Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society — General Support

    Award Date:
    04/2015
    Amount:
    $60,000
    Meta-Philanthropy
  2. New York University — Work on Swift-and-Certain Sanctions

    Award Date:
    04/2015
    Amount:
    $80,000
    Criminal Justice Reform
  3. Blue Ribbon Study Panel on Biodefense

    Award Date:
    04/2015
    Amount:
    $300,000
    Biosecurity and Pandemic Preparedness
  4. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace — Work on India and China

    Award Date:
    03/2015
    Amount:
    $100,000
    Policy
  5. New Incentives — General Support

    Award Date:
    03/2015
    Amount:
    $100,000
    Global Health & Development
  6. Evidence Action — Seasonal Income Support Project

    Award Date:
    03/2015
    Amount:
    $170,792
    Global Health & Development
  7. Florida State University Project on Accountable Justice — General Support

    Award Date:
    02/2015
    Amount:
    $100,000
    Criminal Justice Reform
  8. ASUC — Effective Altruists of Berkeley “DeCal” University Course

    Award Date:
    02/2015
    Amount:
    $10,000
    Effective Altruism
  9. GiveWell — Top Charity “Participation” Grants

    Award Date:
    01/2015
    Amount:
    $500,000
    Global Health & Development
  10. GiveWell — Open Philanthropy Project Website Construction

    Award Date:
    01/2015
    Amount:
    $56,250
    Open Philanthropy Project