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. Clinton Health Access Initiative — Scoping Grant for Sickle Cell Disease Market Shaping

    Award Date:
    10/2023
    Amount:
    $204,332
    Global Health R&D
  2. Fund for Global Talent Mobility — High-Skilled Immigration Grants

    Award Date:
    10/2023
    Amount:
    $900,000
    Innovation Policy
  3. University of Helsinki — Travel Funding for Air Pollution Research (2023)

    Award Date:
    10/2023
    Amount:
    $109,000
    South Asian Air Quality
  4. International Vaccine Institute — Hepatitis E Vaccine Trial (2023)

    Award Date:
    10/2023
    Amount:
    $3,500,000
    Scientific Research
  5. The International Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung Disease — Conference Scholarships

    Award Date:
    10/2023
    Amount:
    $50,000
    Global Health R&D
  6. Stockholm Environment Institute — Farm Animal Welfare Sustainability Reports

    Award Date:
    10/2023
    Amount:
    $120,000
    Farm Animal Welfare
  7. Stanford Existential Risks Initiative – General Support

    Award Date:
    10/2023
    Amount:
    $630,000
    Global Catastrophic Risks
  8. RAND Corporation — Emerging Technology Initiatives

    Award Date:
    10/2023
    Amount:
    $10,500,000
    Potential Risks from Advanced AI
  9. Fund for the Global Fund — Malaria Advocacy in France

    Award Date:
    10/2023
    Amount:
    $156,600
    Global Aid Policy
  10. The Humane League — General Support (2023)

    Award Date:
    10/2023
    Amount:
    $8,300,000
    Farm Animal Welfare