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. The END Fund — Deworming

    Award Date:
    12/2016
    Amount:
    $5,000,000
    Global Health & Development
  2. The Soze Agency — Returning Citizens Project

    Award Date:
    12/2016
    Amount:
    $261,500
    Criminal Justice Reform
  3. Harvard University — Solar Geoengineering Research Program

    Award Date:
    12/2016
    Amount:
    $2,500,000
    Solar Radiation Management
  4. The Ordinary People Society — Prodigal Child Project

    Award Date:
    12/2016
    Amount:
    $300,000
    Criminal Justice Reform
  5. Griffith University — Farm Animal Welfare Advocacy in China (2016)

    Award Date:
    12/2016
    Amount:
    $120,000
    Farm Animal Welfare
  6. Blackbird — Ending Mass Incarceration

    Award Date:
    12/2016
    Amount:
    $425,000
    Criminal Justice Reform
  7. Ayni Institute — Movement Ecology and Metrics

    Award Date:
    12/2016
    Amount:
    $250,000
    Criminal Justice Reform
  8. Mothers Against Police Brutality — Prosecutorial Reform

    Award Date:
    12/2016
    Amount:
    $50,000
    Criminal Justice Reform
  9. Colorado Criminal Justice Reform Coalition — Prosecutorial Reform

    Award Date:
    12/2016
    Amount:
    $75,000
    Criminal Justice Reform
  10. Mass General — Alzheimer’s Disease Research (Tanzi and Moir) (2016)

    Award Date:
    12/2016
    Amount:
    $1,100,000
    Scientific Research