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. Helen Keller International — Vitamin A Supplementation (December 2020)

    Award Date:
    12/2020
    Amount:
    $8,059,000
    Global Health & Development
  2. Texas Freedom Network — Texas Rising Program (2020)

    Award Date:
    12/2020
    Amount:
    $150,000
    Criminal Justice Reform
  3. University of Glasgow — Animal Welfare Research

    Award Date:
    12/2020
    Amount:
    $109,552
    Farm Animal Welfare
  4. Against Malaria Foundation — General Support (2020)

    Award Date:
    12/2020
    Amount:
    $6,651,000
    Global Health & Development
  5. Evidence Action — Deworm the World Initiative

    Award Date:
    12/2020
    Amount:
    $4,103,000
    Global Health & Development
  6. The Humane League-UK — General Support

    Award Date:
    12/2020
    Amount:
    $507,900
    Farm Animal Welfare
  7. GLOBALG.A.P. — Fish Welfare Standards

    Award Date:
    11/2020
    Amount:
    $90,554
    Farm Animal Welfare
  8. Massachusetts Institute of Technology — AI Trends and Impacts Research

    Award Date:
    11/2020
    Amount:
    $275,344
    Forecasting
  9. University of New South Wales — In Vitro Fertilization Research (Robert Gilchrist)

    Award Date:
    11/2020
    Amount:
    $2,500,000
    Scientific Research
  10. Washington University in St. Louis — Research on Cryptosporidium Hominis

    Award Date:
    11/2020
    Amount:
    $1,004,589
    Scientific Research