We fund organizations and projects that show great promise for saving and improving lives and for helping us learn.

We've organized the grants in Our Portfolio in a database that you can browse and download. Grants recommended by the Open Philanthropy Project also appear in its grants database here.

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Grant Organization Topic Date of Award Amount
Niskanen Center — Research on Immigration Policy Niskanen Center Immigration Policy 10/2015 $360,000
ImmigrationWorks Foundation — General Support ImmigrationWorks Foundation Immigration Policy 10/2015 $150,000
Human Impact Partners — Criminal Justice Convening Human Impact Partners Criminal Justice Reform 10/2015 $60,990
Sightline Institute — Housing and Urban Development Sightline Institute Housing Affordability 10/2015 $400,000
Urban Institute — Land Use Convening Urban Institute Housing Affordability 09/2015 $97,865
J-PAL — Support for Immunization Incentives RCTs Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab Global Health & Development 09/2015 $200,000
GiveWell — General Support GiveWell Global Health & Development 08/2015 $1,186,840
Georgetown University — Public Health and Cannabis Legalization Georgetown University Drug Policy Reform 08/2015 $250,000
Future of Life Institute — Artificial Intelligence Risk Reduction Future of Life Institute Potential Risks from Advanced AI 08/2015 $1,186,000
New York University — Support for a Labor Mobility RCT New York University Immigration Policy 08/2015 $30,000
Drug Policy Alliance — General Support Drug Policy Alliance Drug Policy Reform 08/2015 $150,000
ARNOVA — History of Philanthropy Prize ARNOVA History of Philanthropy 08/2015 $2,000
WaitList Zero — General Support WaitList Zero Organ Transplantation 08/2015 $200,000
Smart Growth America — Greater Greater Washington Education Project Smart Growth America Housing Affordability 07/2015 $275,000
Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative — General Support Solar Radiation Management Governance Initiative Solar Radiation Management 07/2015 $500,000
Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation — General Support Tenderloin Neighborhood Development Corporation Housing Affordability 06/2015 $100,000
Brookings Institution — Work on India and China Brookings Institution Policy 06/2015 $100,000
GiveDirectly — General Support GiveDirectly Global Health & Development 06/2015 $25,000,000
SPUR — General Support SPUR Housing Affordability 05/2015 $100,000
Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society — General Support Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society Meta-Philanthropy 04/2015 $60,000