Form990-PF

Department of the Treasury
Internal Revenue Service

Return of Private Foundation
or Section 4947(a)(1) Trust Treated as Private Foundation
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OMB No. 1545-0047
2022
Open to Public Inspection
For calendar year 2022, or tax year beginning 01-01-2022 , and ending 12-31-2022
Name of foundation
CHARLES STEWART MOTT FOUNDATION
 
Number and street (or P.O. box number if mail is not delivered to street address)503 S SAGINAW STREET 1200
 
Room/suite
City or town, state or province, country, and ZIP or foreign postal code
FLINT, MI485021851
A Employer identification number

38-1211227
B Telephone number (see instructions)

(810) 238-5651
C right arrow
G Check all that apply:

D 1. Foreign organizations, check here............. right arrow
2. Foreign organizations meeting the 85%
test, check here and attach computation ...
right arrow
E right arrow
H Check type of organization:
F right arrow
I Fair market value of all assets at end
of year (from Part II, col. (c),
line 16)right arrow$3,667,929,163
J Accounting method:
 
(Part I, column (d) must be on cash basis.)
Part I Analysis of Revenue and Expenses (The total of amounts in columns (b), (c), and (d) may not necessarily equal the amounts in column (a) (see instructions).) (a) Revenue and
expenses per
books
(b) Net investment
income
(c) Adjusted net
income
(d) Disbursements
for charitable
purposes
(cash basis only)
Revenue 1 Contributions, gifts, grants, etc., received (attach schedule) 0
2 Check right arrow.............
3 Interest on savings and temporary cash investments 177,555 177,555  
4 Dividends and interest from securities... 25,486,087 25,486,087  
5a Gross rents............ 811,423 811,423  
b Net rental income or (loss) -1,822,242
6a Net gain or (loss) from sale of assets not on line 10 -24,490,262
b Gross sales price for all assets on line 6a 734,474,459
7 Capital gain net income (from Part IV, line 2)... 40,187,791
8 Net short-term capital gain.........  
9 Income modifications...........  
10a Gross sales less returns and allowances 0
b Less: Cost of goods sold.... 0
c Gross profit or (loss) (attach schedule)..... 0  
11 Other income (attach schedule)....... 107,613,073 10,000,392 0
12 Total. Add lines 1 through 11........ 109,597,876 76,663,248 0
Operating and Administrative Expenses 13 Compensation of officers, directors, trustees, etc. 3,835,222 1,701,331   2,133,891
14 Other employee salaries and wages...... 10,229,812 2,867,890   7,238,086
15 Pension plans, employee benefits....... 8,161,704 1,650,936   5,240,933
16a Legal fees (attach schedule)......... 600,000 95,996 0 357,128
b Accounting fees (attach schedule)....... 321,492 82,000 0 255,947
c Other professional fees (attach schedule).... 4,090,235 3,421,808 0 668,426
17 Interest............... 6,958 696   6,262
18 Taxes (attach schedule) (see instructions)... 7,749,889 43,999 0 127,660
19 Depreciation (attach schedule) and depletion... 172,700 53,537 0
20 Occupancy.............. 1,498,105 538,885   959,220
21 Travel, conferences, and meetings....... 596,808 60,356   535,121
22 Printing and publications.......... 194,178 0   194,178
23 Other expenses (attach schedule)....... 1,872,278 369,598 0 1,297,934
24 Total operating and administrative expenses.
Add lines 13 through 23.......... 39,329,381 10,887,032 0 19,014,786
25 Contributions, gifts, grants paid....... 182,358,453 182,629,619
26 Total expenses and disbursements. Add lines 24 and 25 221,687,834 10,887,032 0 201,644,405
27 Subtract line 26 from line 12:
a Excess of revenue over expenses and disbursements -112,089,958
b Net investment income (if negative, enter -0-) 65,776,216
c Adjusted net income (if negative, enter -0-)... 0
For Paperwork Reduction Act Notice, see instructions.
Cat. No. 11289X Form 990-PF (2022)
Form 990-PF (2022)
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Part II Balance Sheets Attached schedules and amounts in the description column
should be for end-of-year amounts only. (See instructions.)
Beginning of year End of year
(a) Book Value (b) Book Value (c) Fair Market Value
Assets 1 Cash—non-interest-bearing............. 24,041 24,001 24,001
2 Savings and temporary cash investments......... 181,689,278 136,437,301 136,437,301
3 Accounts receivable right arrow86,200
Less: allowance for doubtful accounts right arrow   83,544 86,200 86,200
4 Pledges receivable right arrow  
Less: allowance for doubtful accounts right arrow     0 0
5 Grants receivable.................      
6 Receivables due from officers, directors, trustees, and other
disqualified persons (attach schedule) (see instructions)..... 0 0 0
7 Other notes and loans receivable (attach schedule) right arrow0
Less: allowance for doubtful accounts right arrow0 0 0 0
8 Inventories for sale or use..............      
9 Prepaid expenses and deferred charges.......... 390,687 350,425 350,425
10a Investments—U.S. and state government obligations (attach schedule) 162,588,041
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
213,544,963
213,544,963
b Investments—corporate stock (attach schedule)....... 768,052,416
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
533,627,979
533,627,979
c Investments—corporate bonds (attach schedule)....... 303,223,089
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
215,639,254
215,639,254
11 Investments—land, buildings, and equipment: basis right arrow13,253,722
Less: accumulated depreciation (attach schedule) right arrow6,871,965 5,475,456
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
6,381,757
11,019,965
12 Investments—mortgage loans.............      
13 Investments—other (attach schedule).......... 2,945,547,098
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
2,548,740,756
2,548,740,756
14 Land, buildings, and equipment: basis right arrow6,252,420
Less: accumulated depreciation (attach schedule) right arrow0 5,692,197
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
6,252,420
6,252,420
15 Other assets (describe right arrow)
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
827,157
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
2,205,899
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
2,205,899
16 Total assets (to be completed by all filers—see the
instructions. Also, see page 1, item I) 4,373,593,004 3,663,290,955 3,667,929,163
Liabilities 17 Accounts payable and accrued expenses.......... 3,746,671 2,835,524
18 Grants payable................. 20,793,144 20,905,417
19 Deferred revenue.................    
20 Loans from officers, directors, trustees, and other disqualified persons 0 0
21 Mortgages and other notes payable (attach schedule)...... 0 0
22 Other liabilities (describe right arrow)
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
65,643,297
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
45,155,770
23 Total liabilities (add lines 17 through 22)......... 90,183,112 68,896,711
Net Assets or Fund Balances Foundations that follow FASB ASC 958, check here right arrow
and complete lines 24, 25, 29 and 30.
24 Net assets without donor restrictions........... 4,283,409,892 3,594,394,244
25 Net assets with donor restrictions............    
Foundations that do not follow FASB ASC 958, check here right arrow
and complete lines 26 through 30.
26 Capital stock, trust principal, or current funds........    
27 Paid-in or capital surplus, or land, bldg., and equipment fund    
28 Retained earnings, accumulated income, endowment, or other funds    
29 Total net assets or fund balances (see instructions)..... 4,283,409,892 3,594,394,244
30 Total liabilities and net assets/fund balances (see instructions). 4,373,593,004 3,663,290,955
Part III
Analysis of Changes in Net Assets or Fund Balances
1
Total net assets or fund balances at beginning of year—Part II, column (a), line 29 (must agree with end-of-year figure reported on prior year’s return) ...............
1
4,283,409,892
2
Enter amount from Part I, line 27a .....................
2
-112,089,958
3
Other increases not included in line 2 (itemize) right arrow
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
3
23,105,675
4
Add lines 1, 2, and 3 ..........................
4
4,194,425,609
5
Decreases not included in line 2 (itemize) right arrow
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
5
600,031,365
6
Total net assets or fund balances at end of year (line 4 minus line 5)—Part II, column (b), line 29 .
6
3,594,394,244
Form 990-PF (2022)
Form 990-PF (2022)
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Part IV
Capital Gains and Losses for Tax on Investment Income
(a) List and describe the kind(s) of property sold (e.g., real estate,
2-story brick warehouse; or common stock, 200 shs. MLC Co.)
(b)
How acquired
P—Purchase
D—Donation
(c)
Date acquired
(mo., day, yr.)
(d)
Date sold
(mo., day, yr.)
1 a SECURITIES P    
b PARTNERSHIP STOCK DISTRIBUTIONS P    
c DISPOSAL OF PARTNERSHIP INTEREST P    
d GAIN/LOSS FROM FORMS K-1 P    
e
(e)
Gross sales price
(f)
Depreciation allowed
(or allowable)
(g)
Cost or other basis
plus expense of sale
(h)
Gain or (loss)
(e) plus (f) minus (g)
a 734,474,459   758,964,721 -24,490,262
b 42,561,886   3,808,122 38,753,764
c     7,898,804 -7,898,804
d 33,823,093     33,823,093
e
Complete only for assets showing gain in column (h) and owned by the foundation on 12/31/69 (l)
Gains (Col. (h) gain minus
col. (k), but not less than -0-) or
Losses (from col.(h))
(i)
F.M.V. as of 12/31/69
(j)
Adjusted basis
as of 12/31/69
(k)
Excess of col. (i)
over col. (j), if any
a     0 -24,490,262
b     0 38,753,764
c     0 -7,898,804
d     0 33,823,093
e
2 Capital gain net income or (net capital loss) Bracket If gain, also enter in Part I, line 7
If (loss), enter -0- in Part I, line 7
Bracket 2 40,187,791
3 Net short-term capital gain or (loss) as defined in sections 1222(5) and (6):
If gain, also enter in Part I, line 8, column (c) (see instructions). If (loss), enter -0-
in Part I, line 8 ...................
Bracket 3 0
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Form 990-PF (2022)
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Part V
Excise Tax Based on Investment Income (Section 4940(a), 4940(b), 4940(e), or 4948—see instructions)
1a Exempt operating foundations described in section 4940(d)(2), check here right arrow and enter “N/A" on line 1. Bracket for line 1a
Date of ruling or determination letter:   (attach copy of letter if necessary–see instructions) 1 914,289
b All other domestic foundations enter 1.39% (0.0139) of line 27b. Exempt foreign organizations enter 4% (0.04) of Part I, line 12, col. (b)
2 Tax under section 511 (domestic section 4947(a)(1) trusts and taxable foundations only. Others enter -0-) 2  
3 Add lines 1 and 2........................... 3 914,289
4 Subtitle A (income) tax (domestic section 4947(a)(1) trusts and taxable foundations only. Others enter -0-) 4  
5 Tax based on investment income. Subtract line 4 from line 3. If zero or less, enter -0- ..... 5 914,289
6 Credits/Payments:
a 2022 estimated tax payments and 2021 overpayment credited to 2022 6a 5,000,000
b Exempt foreign organizations—tax withheld at source...... 6b  
c Tax paid with application for extension of time to file (Form 8868)... 6c  
d Backup withholding erroneously withheld ........... 6d  
7 Total credits and payments. Add lines 6a through 6d.............. 7 5,000,000
8 Enter any penalty for underpayment of estimated tax. Check here if Form 2221 is attached. 8  
9 Tax due. If the total of lines 5 and 8 is more than line 7, enter amount owed.......right arrow 9  
10 Overpayment. If line 7 is more than the total of lines 5 and 8, enter the amount overpaid...right arrow 10 4,085,711
11 Enter the amount of line 10 to be: Credited to 2023 estimated taxright arrow1,000,000 Refundedright arrow 11 3,085,711
Part VI-A
Statements Regarding Activities
1a
During the tax year, did the foundation attempt to influence any national, state, or local legislation or did
Yes
No
it participate or intervene in any political campaign? ....................
1a
 
No
b
Did it spend more than $100 during the year (either directly or indirectly) for political purposes? See the instructions
for the definition.................................
1b
 
No
If the answer is "Yes" to 1a or 1b, attach a detailed description of the activities and copies of any materials
published or distributed by the foundation in connection with the activities.
c
Did the foundation file Form 1120-POL for this year?.....................
1c
 
No
d
Enter the amount (if any) of tax on political expenditures (section 4955) imposed during the year:
(1) On the foundation. right arrow$   (2) On foundation managers.right arrow$  
e
Enter the reimbursement (if any) paid by the foundation during the year for political expenditure tax imposed
on foundation managers.right arrow$  
2
Has the foundation engaged in any activities that have not previously been reported to the IRS?.......
2
 
No
If "Yes," attach a detailed description of the activities.
3
Has the foundation made any changes, not previously reported to the IRS, in its governing instrument, articles
of incorporation, or bylaws, or other similar instruments? If "Yes," attach a conformed copy of the changes....
3
 
No
4a
Did the foundation have unrelated business gross income of $1,000 or more during the year?.........
4a
Yes
 
b
If "Yes," has it filed a tax return on Form 990-T for this year?...................
4b
Yes
 
5
Was there a liquidation, termination, dissolution, or substantial contraction during the year?.........
5
 
No
If "Yes," attach the statement required by General Instruction T.
6
Are the requirements of section 508(e) (relating to sections 4941 through 4945) satisfied either:
round bullet By language in the governing instrument, or
round bullet By state legislation that effectively amends the governing instrument so that no mandatory directions
that conflict with the state law remain in the governing instrument? ................
6
Yes
 
7
Did the foundation have at least $5,000 in assets at any time during the year? If "Yes," complete Part II, col. (c),
and Part XIV..................................
7
Yes
 
8a
Enter the states to which the foundation reports or with which it is registered (see instructions)
right arrowMI
b
If the answer is "Yes" to line 7, has the foundation furnished a copy of Form 990-PF to the Attorney
General (or designate) of each state as required by General Instruction G? If "No," attach explanation .
8b
Yes
 
9
Is the foundation claiming status as a private operating foundation within the meaning of section 4942(j)(3)
or 4942(j)(5) for calendar year 2022 or the taxable year beginning in 2022? See the instructions for Part XIII.
If "Yes," complete Part XIII .............................
9
 
No
10
Did any persons become substantial contributors during the tax year? If "Yes," attach a schedule listing their names
and addresses. ...............................
10
 
No
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Part VI-A
Statements Regarding Activities (continued)
11
At any time during the year, did the foundation, directly or indirectly, own a controlled entity within the
meaning of section 512(b)(13)? If "Yes," attach schedule. See instructions
List of Attached Documents:
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11
Yes
 
12
Did the foundation make a distribution to a donor advised fund over which the foundation or a disqualified person had
advisory privileges? If "Yes," attach statement. See instructions.................
12
 
No
13
Did the foundation comply with the public inspection requirements for its annual returns and exemption application?
13
Yes
 
Website addressright arrowWWW.MOTT.ORG
14
The books are in care ofright arrowCOLLETTE PRIES Telephone no.right arrow (810) 238-5651

Located atright arrow503 S SAGINAW STREET SUITE 1200FLINTMI ZIP+4right arrow485021851
15
Section 4947(a)(1) nonexempt charitable trusts filing Form 990-PF in lieu of Form 1041 —check here .........right arrow
and enter the amount of tax-exempt interest received or accrued during the year ........right arrow
15
 
16 At any time during calendar year 2022, did the foundation have an interest in or a signature or other authority over YesNo
a bank, securities, or other financial account in a foreign country? .................
16Yes  
See the instructions for exceptions and filing requirements for FinCEN Form 114. If "Yes", enter the name of the foreign
country right arrowSF
Part VI-B
Statements Regarding Activities for Which Form 4720 May Be Required
File Form 4720 if any item is checked in the "Yes" column, unless an exception applies.
Yes
No
1a
During the year did the foundation (either directly or indirectly):
(1) Engage in the sale or exchange, or leasing of property with a disqualified person? ...........
1a(1)
 
No
(2) Borrow money from, lend money to, or otherwise extend credit to (or accept it from)
a disqualified person? ..............................
1a(2)
 
No
(3) Furnish goods, services, or facilities to (or accept them from) a disqualified person? ...........
1a(3)
 
No
(4) Pay compensation to, or pay or reimburse the expenses of, a disqualified person? ............
1a(4)
Yes
 
(5) Transfer any income or assets to a disqualified person (or make any of either available
for the benefit or use of a disqualified person)? ......................
1a(5)
 
No
(6) Agree to pay money or property to a government official? (Exception. Check "No"
if the foundation agreed to make a grant to or to employ the official for a period
after termination of government service, if terminating within 90 days.) ...............
1a(6)
 
No
b
If any answer is "Yes" to 1a(1)–(6), did any of the acts fail to qualify under the exceptions described in Regulations
section 53.4941(d)-3 or in a current notice regarding disaster assistance? See instructions ..........
1b
 
No
c
Organizations relying on a current notice regarding disaster assistance check here ........right arrow
d
Did the foundation engage in a prior year in any of the acts described in 1a, other than excepted acts,
that were not corrected before the first day of the tax year beginning in 2022? .............
1d
 
No
2
Taxes on failure to distribute income (section 4942) (does not apply for years the foundation was a private
operating foundation defined in section 4942(j)(3) or 4942(j)(5)):
a
At the end of tax year 2022, did the foundation have any undistributed income (Part XII, lines 6d
and 6e) for tax year(s) beginning before 2022?....................
2a
 
No
If "Yes," list the years right arrow20, 20, 20, 20
b
Are there any years listed in 2a for which the foundation is not applying the provisions of section 4942(a)(2)
(relating to incorrect valuation of assets) to the year’s undistributed income? (If applying section 4942(a)(2)
to all years listed, answer "No" and attach statement—see instructions.) ..............
2b
 
 
c
If the provisions of section 4942(a)(2) are being applied to any of the years listed in 2a, list the years here.
right arrow20, 20, 20, 20
3a
Did the foundation hold more than a 2% direct or indirect interest in any business enterprise at
any time during the year? ..............................
3a
Yes
 
b
If "Yes," did it have excess business holdings in 2022 as a result of (1) any purchase by the foundation
or disqualified persons after May 26, 1969; (2) the lapse of the 5-year period (or longer period approved
by the Commissioner under section 4943(c)(7)) to dispose of holdings acquired by gift or bequest; or (3)
the lapse of the 10-, 15-, or 20-year first phase holding period? (Use Schedule C, Form 4720, to determine
if the foundation had excess business holdings in 2022.) .....................
3b
 
No
4a
Did the foundation invest during the year any amount in a manner that would jeopardize its charitable purposes?
4a
 
No
b
Did the foundation make any investment in a prior year (but after December 31, 1969) that could jeopardize its
charitable purpose that had not been removed from jeopardy before the first day of the tax year beginning in 2022? ..
4b
 
No
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Part VI-B
Statements Regarding Activities for Which Form 4720 May Be Required (continued)
5a
During the year did the foundation pay or incur any amount to:
Yes
No
(1) Carry on propaganda, or otherwise attempt to influence legislation (section 4945(e))? ..........
5a(1)
 
No
(2) Influence the outcome of any specific public election (see section 4955); or to carry
on, directly or indirectly, any voter registration drive? ....................
5a(2)
 
No
(3) Provide a grant to an individual for travel, study, or other similar purposes? .............
5a(3)
 
No
(4) Provide a grant to an organization other than a charitable, etc., organization described
in section 4945(d)(4)(A)? See instructions ........................
5a(4)
Yes
 
(5) Provide for any purpose other than religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or
educational purposes, or for the prevention of cruelty to children or animals? .............
5a(5)
 
No
b
If any answer is "Yes" to 5a(1)–(5), did any of the transactions fail to qualify under the exceptions described in
Regulations section 53.4945 or in a current notice regarding disaster assistance? See instructions ........
5b
 
No
c
Organizations relying on a current notice regarding disaster assistance check .........right arrow
d
If the answer is "Yes" to question 5a(4), does the foundation claim exemption from the
tax because it maintained expenditure responsibility for the grant? .................
5d
Yes
 
If "Yes," attach the statement required by Regulations section 53.4945–5(d).
List of Attached Documents:
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6a
Did the foundation, during the year, receive any funds, directly or indirectly, to pay premiums on
a personal benefit contract? .............................
6a
 
No
b
Did the foundation, during the year, pay premiums, directly or indirectly, on a personal benefit contract? ....
6b
 
No
If "Yes" to 6b, file Form 8870.
7a
At any time during the tax year, was the foundation a party to a prohibited tax shelter transaction?
7a
 
No
b
If "Yes", did the foundation receive any proceeds or have any net income attributable to the transaction? .....
7b
 
 
8
Is the foundation subject to the section 4960 tax on payment(s) of more than $1,000,000 in remuneration or
excess parachute payment during the year? .........................
8
Yes
 
Part VII
Information About Officers, Directors, Trustees, Foundation Managers, Highly Paid Employees,
and Contractors
1 List all officers, directors, trustees, foundation managers and their compensation. See instructions
(a) Name and address (b) Title, and average
hours per week
devoted to position
(c) Compensation
(If not paid, enter
-0-)
(d) Contributions to employee benefit plans and deferred compensation (e) Expense account,
other allowances
A MARSHALL ACUFF JR TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
LIZABETH ARDISANA TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
FREDERICK S KIRKPATRICK TRUSTEE - VICE CHAIRMAN
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
TIFFANY W LOVETT TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
WEBB F MARTIN TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
OLIVIA P MAYNARD TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
JOHN MORNING TRUSTEE EMERITUS
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
MARYANNE MOTT TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
DR CHARLIE NELMS TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
DR DOUGLAS X PATINO TRUSTEE EMERITUS
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
WILLIAM H PIPER TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
MARISE M M STEWART TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
JEREMY R M PIPER TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
HELEN J TAYLOR TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
DR GEORGE E ROSS TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
JAY C FLAHERTY VICE PRESIDENT & CIO
35.000
1,585,558 505,316 0
201 W BIG BEAVER ROAD
SUITE 900
TROY,MI48084
RIDGWAY H WHITE PRESIDENT, CEO & TRUSTEE-CHAIRMAN
35.000
699,996 144,132 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
MICHAEL L WRIGHT CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
35.000
280,970 118,247 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
NEAL R HEGARTY VICE PRESIDENT - PROGRAMS
35.000
499,865 149,604 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
MARY A GAILBREATH VP - ADMINISTRATION & SECRETARY/TREASURER
35.000
448,925 188,229 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
KATHRYN A THOMAS VICE PRESIDENT - COMMUNICATIONS
35.000
347,124 89,491 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
DR SRINIVAS B MUKKAMALA TRUSTEE
2.000
0 0 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
2 Compensation of five highest-paid employees (other than those included on line 1—see instructions). If none, enter “NONE."
(a) Name and address of each employee paid more than $50,000 (b) Title, and average
hours per week
devoted to position
(c) Compensation (d) Contributions to
employee benefit
plans and deferred
compensation
(e) Expense account,
other allowances
KEN AUSTIN INVESTMENT MANAGER
35.000
577,398 153,072 0
201 W BIG BEAVER ROAD
SUITE 900
TROY,MI48084
CHERYL GARNEAU INVESTMENT MANAGER
35.000
576,618 169,380 0
201 W BIG BEAVER ROAD
SUITE 900
TROY,MI48084
SHANNON LAWDER DIR-CIVIL SOCIETY
35.000
240,559 268,540 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
STEPHEN VESSELLS INVESTMENT MANAGER
35.000
584,950 252,104 0
201 W BIG BEAVER ROAD
SUITE 900
TROY,MI48084
KAREN ALDRIDGE-EASON FOUNDATION LIAISON
35.000
254,813 322,623 0
503 S SAGINAW STREET
FLINT,MI485021851
Total number of other employees paid over $50,000...................right arrow 73
Form 990-PF (2022)
Form 990-PF (2022)
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Part VII
Information About Officers, Directors, Trustees, Foundation Managers, Highly Paid Employees,
and Contractors (continued)
3 Five highest-paid independent contractors for professional services (see instructions). If none, enter "NONE".
(a) Name and address of each person paid more than $50,000 (b) Type of service (c) Compensation
OAK CONSTRUCTION COMPANY CONSTRUCTION 884,757
PO Box 147
Flushing,MI48433
JASON RICCI TECHNOLOGY CONSULTING 730,705
1021 COLE STREET
SAN FRANCISCO,CA94117
LURVEY CONSTRUCTION CONSTRUCTION 628,399
601 S Grand Traverse Street
Flint,MI48502
LSV ASSET MANAGEMENT INVESTMENT MANGEMENT SERVICES 563,239
8545 SOLUTION CENTER
CHICAGO,IL60677
FOCUSED INVESTORS LLC INVESTMENT MANAGEMENT SERVICES 465,959
9777 WILSHIRE BLVD
SUITE 910
BEVERLY HILLS,CA90212
Total number of others receiving over $50,000 for professional services.............right arrow35
Part VIII-A
Summary of Direct Charitable Activities
List the foundation’s four largest direct charitable activities during the tax year. Include relevant statistical information such as the number of organizations and other beneficiaries served, conferences convened, research papers produced, etc. Expenses
1 Mizzen by Mott is an education technology organization founded as a direct charitable activity of the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation and its affiliated entity, Mott Afterschool App LLC, as a project of the Advancing Afterschool initiative. It is dedicated to creating high-quality and engaging afterschool learning experiences for youth in grades K-12. Mizzen's free digital library of lesson plans and teaching resources offers educators, mentors, coaches, and facilitators with a growing collection of curricula and activities that spark curiosity, joy, and a love of learning in youth. Additionally, Mizzen offers professional development opportunities that prepare afterschool educators to teach effectively. 2,265,213
2 Afterschool Technical Assistance Collaborative and Statewide Afterschool Networks. This Direct Charitable Activity (DCA) helped to further the Foundation's efforts to provide technical assistance to the statewide afterschool networks. Through this DCA, the Foundation commissioned a consultant to: 1) facilitate the coordination of the afterschool technical assistance collaborative; 2) work with FowlerHoffman and the foundation to support the use and implementation of the network self-assessment tool and learning recovery strategies; 3) monitor and track the challenges and accomplishments of the statewide afterschool networks; and 4) provide direct technical assistance to the statewide afterschool networks. 234,870
3 The Office of Foundation Liaison (OFL) was established in 2003 at the suggestion of Michigan philanthropic leaders. The office helps develop strategic partnerships between the State of Michigan and foundations in order to create better outcomes for Michigan citizens within a commonly defined set of agendas. OFL has received funding from 22 Michigan foundations as well as in-kind support from the state government. Its goals are to: 1) promote mutual understanding and collaboration between state government and foundations and to identify strategic opportunities for partnering; 2) serve as a trusted source of data, information and dialogue about programs, policy impacts and policy implementation options; and 3) facilitate strategic joint investments that will improve outcomes for Michigan and its residents. Since its inception, OFL has secured more than $150 million in foundation/government partnerships. 229,492
4 Technical Assistance Community Foundation Development in Latin America. This Direct Charitable Activity (DCA) helped to further the Foundation's efforts to support the emergence and strengthening of community foundations in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Peru and Spain. Through this DCA, the Foundation commissioned a consultant that provided community foundation support organizations, emerging community foundations, and initiative groups with virtual coaching sessions, webinars, site visits, workshops, and reviews of organizational plans and information materials. The consultant also attended various relevant events and held meetings with potential investors and other interested stakeholders to promote the concept of community foundations in Latin America and Spain and provided year-end feedback reports to community foundation support organizations. 176,761
Part VIII-B
Summary of Program-Related Investments (see instructions)
Describe the two largest program-related investments made by the foundation during the tax year on lines 1 and 2. Amount
1 HARRISON STREET PROPERTY. THIS PROGRAM-RELATED INVESTMENT INVOLVED THE REUTILIZATION OF PROPERTY IN FLINT, MICHIGAN PURSUANT TO THE FOUNDATION'S CHARITABLE MISSION OF URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION FOR THE FLINT DOWNTOWN AREA. 550,723
2 SW3 PROPERTY & MARKET PLACE PROPERTY. THESE PROGRAM-RELATED INVESTMENTS INVOLVED THE REUTILIZATION OF PROPERTY IN FLINT, MICHIGAN PURSUANT TO THE FOUNDATION'S CHARITABLE MISSION OF URBAN REDEVELOPMENT AND ECONOMIC REVITALIZATION FOR THE FLINT DOWNTOWN AREA. 9,500
All other program-related investments. See instructions.
3  
Total. Add lines 1 through 3.........................right arrow560,223
Form 990-PF (2022)
Form 990-PF (2022)
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Part IX
Minimum Investment Return (All domestic foundations must complete this part. Foreign foundations, see instructions.)
1
Fair market value of assets not used (or held for use) directly in carrying out charitable, etc.,
purposes:
a
Average monthly fair market value of securities...................
1a
3,946,881,185
b
Average of monthly cash balances.......................
1b
24,610,662
c
Fair market value of all other assets (see instructions)................
1c
4,147,187
d
Total (add lines 1a, b, and c).........................
1d
3,975,639,034
e
Reduction claimed for blockage or other factors reported on lines 1a and
1c (attach detailed explanation)
List of Attached Documents:
// Content
.............
1e
27,536,882
2
Acquisition indebtedness applicable to line 1 assets..................
2
0
3
Subtract line 2 from line 1d.........................
3
3,975,639,034
4
Cash deemed held for charitable activities. Enter 1.5% (0.015) of line 3 (for greater amount, see
instructions) .............................
4
59,634,586
5
Net value of noncharitable-use assets. Subtract line 4 from line 3. ............
5
3,916,004,448
6
Minimum investment return. Enter 5% (0.05) of line 5................
6
195,800,222
Part X
Distributable Amount (see instructions) (Section 4942(j)(3) and (j)(5) private operating foundations and certain foreign organizations check here right arrow and do not complete this part.)
1
Minimum investment return from Part IX, line 6..................
1
195,800,222
2a
Tax on investment income for 2022 from Part V, line 5.......
2a
914,289
b
Income tax for 2022. (This does not include the tax from Part V.) ...
2b
 
c
Add lines 2a and 2b............................
2c
914,289
3
Distributable amount before adjustments. Subtract line 2c from line 1............
3
194,885,933
4
Recoveries of amounts treated as qualifying distributions................
4
536,235
5
Add lines 3 and 4............................
5
195,422,168
6
Deduction from distributable amount (see instructions).................
6
 
7
Distributable amount as adjusted. Subtract line 6 from line 5. Enter here and on Part XII, line 1 ...
7
195,422,168
Part XI
Qualifying Distributions (see instructions)
1
Amounts paid (including administrative expenses) to accomplish charitable, etc., purposes:
a
Expenses, contributions, gifts, etc.—total from Part I, column (d), line 26 ..........
1a
201,644,405
b
Program-related investments—total from Part VIII-B..................
1b
560,223
2
Amounts paid to acquire assets used (or held for use) directly in carrying out charitable, etc.,
purposes...............................
2
 
3
Amounts set aside for specific charitable projects that satisfy the:
a
Suitability test (prior IRS approval required)....................
3a
 
b
Cash distribution test (attach the required schedule) .................
3b
0
4
Qualifying distributions. Add lines 1a through 3b. Enter here and on Part XII, line 4. .......
4
202,204,628
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Part XII
Undistributed Income (see instructions)
(a)
Corpus
(b)
Years prior to 2021
(c)
2021
(d)
2022
1 Distributable amount for 2022 from Part X, line 7 195,422,168
2 Undistributed income, if any, as of the end of 2022:
a Enter amount for 2021 only....... 13,223,998
b Total for prior years:2020, 2019, 2018 0
3 Excess distributions carryover, if any, to 2022:
a From 2017...... 0
b From 2018...... 0
c From 2019...... 0
d From 2020...... 0
e From 2021...... 0
f Total of lines 3a through e ........ 0
4Qualifying distributions for 2022 from Part
XI, line 4: right arrow$ 202,204,628
a Applied to 2021, but not more than line 2a 13,223,998
b Applied to undistributed income of prior years
(Election required—see instructions).....
0
c Treated as distributions out of corpus (Election
required—see instructions)........
0
d Applied to 2022 distributable amount..... 188,980,630
e Remaining amount distributed out of corpus 0
5 Excess distributions carryover applied to 2022.   0
(If an amount appears in column (d), the
same amount must be shown in column (a).)
6Enter the net total of each column as
indicated below:
a Corpus. Add lines 3f, 4c, and 4e. Subtract line 5 0
b Prior years’ undistributed income. Subtract
line 4b from line 2b ..........
0
c Enter the amount of prior years’ undistributed
income for which a notice of deficiency has
been issued, or on which the section 4942(a)
tax has been previously assessed......
 
d Subtract line 6c from line 6b. Taxable amount
—see instructions ...........
0
e Undistributed income for 2021. Subtract line
4a from line 2a. Taxable amount—see
instructions .............
0
f Undistributed income for 2022. Subtract
lines 4d and 5 from line 1. This amount must
be distributed in 2023 ..........
6,441,538
7 Amounts treated as distributions out of
corpus to satisfy requirements imposed by
section 170(b)(1)(F) or 4942(g)(3) (Election may
be required - see instructions) .......
0
8 Excess distributions carryover from 2017 not
applied on line 5 or line 7 (see instructions) ...
0
9 Excess distributions carryover to 2023.
Subtract lines 7 and 8 from line 6a ......
0
10 Analysis of line 9:
a Excess from 2018.... 0
b Excess from 2019.... 0
c Excess from 2020.... 0
d Excess from 2021.... 0
e Excess from 2022.... 0
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Part XIII
Private Operating Foundations (see instructions and Part VI-A, question 9)
1a If the foundation has received a ruling or determination letter that it is a private operating
foundation, and the ruling is effective for 2022, enter the date of the ruling ...... right arrow
 
b Check box to indicate whether the organization is a private operating foundation described in section or
2a Enter the lesser of the adjusted net
income from Part I or the minimum
investment return from Part IX for each
year listed ..........
Tax year Prior 3 years (e) Total
(a) 2022 (b) 2021 (c) 2020 (d) 2019
         
b 85% (0.85) of line 2a .........          
c Qualifying distributions from Part XI,
line 4 for each year listed .....
         
d Amounts included in line 2c not used directly
for active conduct of exempt activities ..........
         
e Qualifying distributions made directly
for active conduct of exempt activities.
Subtract line 2d from line 2c ....
         
3 Complete 3a, b, or c for the
alternative test relied upon:
a “Assets" alternative test—enter:
(1) Value of all assets ......          
(2) Value of assets qualifying
under section 4942(j)(3)(B)(i)
         
b “Endowment" alternative test— enter 2/3
of minimum investment return shown in
Part IX, line 6 for each year listed ..
         
c “Support" alternative test—enter:
(1) Total support other than gross
investment income (interest,
dividends, rents, payments
on securities loans (section
512(a)(5)), or royalties) ....
         
(2) Support from general public
and 5 or more exempt
organizations as provided in
section 4942(j)(3)(B)(iii)....
         
(3) Largest amount of support
from an exempt organization
         
(4) Gross investment income          
Part XIV
Supplementary Information (Complete this part only if the foundation had $5,000 or more in
assets at any time during the year—see instructions.)
1Information Regarding Foundation Managers:
aList any managers of the foundation who have contributed more than 2% of the total contributions received by the foundation
before the close of any tax year (but only if they have contributed more than $5,000). (See section 507(d)(2).)
bList any managers of the foundation who own 10% or more of the stock of a corporation (or an equally large portion of the
ownership of a partnership or other entity) of which the foundation has a 10% or greater interest.
2Information Regarding Contribution, Grant, Gift, Loan, Scholarship, etc., Programs:
Check here right arrow
aThe name, address, and telephone number or e-mail address of the person to whom applications should be addressed:
OFFICE OF PROPOSAL ENTRY
MOTT FOUNDATION BUILDING 503 S SAGI
NAW ST SUITE 1200
FLINT,MI485021851
(810) 238-5651
[email protected]
bThe form in which applications should be submitted and information and materials they should include:
PROPOSALS OR LETTERS OF INQUIRY CAN BE SUBMITTED ELECTRONICALLY VIA WWW.MOTT.ORG OR BY MAIL. LETTERS OF INQUIRY ARE PREFERRED FOR UNSOLICITED PROJECTS. LETTERS SHOULD INCLUDE A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PROJECT, TOTAL COST OF THE PROJECT AND FUNDS NEEDED, AND GRANT PERIOD. FORMAL PROPOSALS SHOULD CONTAIN THE FOLLOWING: -A COVER LETTER, DETAILING THE AMOUNT OF MONEY REQUESTED AND THE GRANT PERIOD, SIGNED BY AN AUTHORIZED OFFICER OF THE ORGANIZATION. -A PROJECT DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES, WHO WILL BE SERVED, AND WHAT WILL BE ACCOMPLISHED. -A DETAILED LINE-ITEM BUDGET AND SOURCES OF REVENUE. -A PLAN FOR FINANCIAL AND PROGRAMMATIC SUSTAINABILITY OF THE PROJECT. -INFORMATION ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION, INCLUDING AUDITED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, CURRENT BUDGET, NAMES OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS, LEGAL CLASSIFICATION, HISTORY, AND RECENT ACCOMPLISHMENTS. FOR U.S. ORGANIZATIONS, PROOF OF TAX-EXEMPT STATUS BY THE IRS IS REQUIRED. -ADDITIONAL INFORMATION IS REQUIRED FOR NON-U.S. ORGANIZATIONS.
cAny submission deadlines:
NONE. RECOMMEND AT LEAST FOUR MONTHS BEFORE THE START OF THE PROPOSED GRANT PERIOD.
dAny restrictions or limitations on awards, such as by geographical areas, charitable fields, kinds of institutions, or other
factors:
THE FOUNDATION'S GRANTMAKING IS ORGANIZED INTO FOUR PROGRAMS: CIVIL SOCIETY, EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENT, AND FLINT, MICHIGAN. THE FOUNDATION OBSERVES THE FOLLOWING LIMITATIONS: -NO GRANTS OR LOANS TO INDIVIDUALS. -NO GRANTS (EXCEPT IN THE FLINT AREA) FOR CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT, RESEARCH, PROJECT REPLICATION OR ENDOWMENT UNLESS THESE ACTIVITIES GROW OUT OF WORK ALREADY BEING FUNDED BY MOTT. -NO GRANTS FOR RELIGIOUS ACTIVITIES OR PROGRAMS SERVING SPECIFIC RELIGIOUS GROUPS OR DENOMINATIONS. HOWEVER, FAITH-BASED ORGANIZATIONS MAY SUBMIT INQUIRIES IF THE PROJECT FALLS WITHIN OUR GUIDELINES AND SERVES A BROAD SEGMENT OF THE POPULATION. -NO GRANTS (EXCEPT IN THE FLINT AREA) FOR LOCAL PROJECTS UNLESS THEY ARE PART OF A MOTT-PLANNED NATIONAL DEMONSTRATION OR NETWORK OF GRANTS. -NO GRANTS FOR PROJECTS THAT DUPLICATE, OR SIGNIFICANTLY OVERLAP, THE WORK OF FEDERAL, STATE, OR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES. -FILM AND VIDEO PROJECTS, BOOKS, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND FELLOWSHIPS ARE RARELY FUNDED.
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Part XIV
Supplementary Information (continued)
3 Grants and Contributions Paid During the Year or Approved for Future Payment
Recipient If recipient is an individual,
show any relationship to
any foundation manager
or substantial contributor
Foundation
status of
recipient
Purpose of grant or
contribution
Amount
Name and address (home or business)
aPaid during the year

350org

PO Box 843004
Boston,MA022843004
NONE PC To shift development finance away from fossil fuel exploitation and expansion as part of a just energy transition for stabilizing the climate. 80,000

4 Ranges Community Recreation Foundation

PO Box 1095
Livingston,MT59047
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 75,000

Academy for the Development of Philanthropy in Poland

ul Marszalkowska 6/6
Warsaw    
PL
NONE PC To support the development of community foundations in Europe and increase their contribution to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. 1,045,000

Access Now Inc

463 Lincoln Place 241
Brooklyn,NY112386201
NONE PC To increase the awareness, understanding, and engagement of the nonprofit and philanthropic sector with respect to digital policies and practices that impact the space for civic engagement. 315,000

Accountability Counsel

244 Kearny Street Floor 6
San Francisco,CA941084514
NONE PC To advocate for people harmed by internationally financed infrastructure and energy projects, amplifying the voices of communities around the world to protect their human rights and environment. 50,000

ActionAid

33-39 Bowling Green Lane
London   EC1ROBJ
UK
NONE PC To address the reform of the operational policies and governance of international financial institutions. 235,000

Active Boys in Christ

2715 North Averill Avenue
Flint,MI485063012
NONE PC To support youth development through introduction to skilled trades and character programming. 80,000

Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty

98 E Fulton Street
Grand Rapids,MI495033280
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 6,000

Adolfo Ibez University

Diagonal las Torres 2640
Pealoln
Region Metropolitana    
CI
NONE PC To strengthen the capacity to address the Sustainable Development Goals on a local level in Latin America. 176,000

Adopt-A-Pet

13575 N Fenton Road
Fenton,MI48430
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 1,800

Adventure Unlimited

5201 South Quebec Street
Greenwood Village,CO801111809
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 14,500

AdvocAid Limited

1 Bright Street
1st Floor
Freetown    
SL
NONE PC To strengthen and increase access to justice for women in Sierra Leone. 60,000

Africa Philanthropy Network

Samsa Real Estate Plot No 84/36 G
Apartment 8A Rashid Kawawa Road
Dar es Salaam    
TZ
NONE PC To build a broad, multi-stakeholder understanding and recognition of the contribution of philanthropy as a field that bridges development and local ownership for increased impact. 75,000

Afterschool Alliance

1101 14th Street NW Suite 700
Washington,DC200054917
NONE PC To support a coalition of organizations dedicated to raising awareness of, and public support for, afterschool programs. 2,400,000

Afterschool Alliance

1101 14th Street NW Suite 700
Washington,DC200054917
NONE PC To coordinate an AmeriCorps VISTA effort to build capacity for the statewide afterschool networks. 375,000

After-School All-Stars

145 S Fairfax Avenue Suite 200
Los Angeles,CA900365683
NONE PC To strengthen the organization and build capacity to better serve the entire afterschool field. 450,000

Aid to the Church in Need

PO Box 220384
Brooklyn,NY11222
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

Alaska Children's Trust

6591 A Street Suite 110
Anchorage,AK995181859
NONE PC To support a statewide afterschool network to ensure the availability and expansion of school-linked quality afterschool and summer learning opportunities that meet the needs of underserved youth. 140,000

Albert Kahn Legacy Foundation

3011 W Grand Blvd Ste 1800
Detroit,MI48202
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 3,000

Albion College

611 E Porter Street
Albion,MI492241887
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 1,000

Alexs Lemonade Stand Foundation

111 Presidential Blvd Suite 203
Bala Cynwyd,PA19004
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 1,200

Alianza Americas

PO Box 23491
Chicago,IL606230491
NONE PC To support an organization working to address the current and emerging issues facing immigrants from Latin America. 15,000

Alianza FC Mxico Asociacin Civil

yCo Centro de Fortalecimiento Av
Del Estado 208 Col Tecnolgico
Monterrey    
MX
NONE PC To support the development of community foundations in Mexico. 40,000

Alianza FC Mxico Asociacin Civil

yCo Centro de Fortalecimiento Av
Del Estado 208 Col Tecnolgico
Monterrey    
MX
NONE PC To advance the adoption of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals by community foundations in Mexico. 10,000

All - Ukrainian Charity Foundation 'Gorenie'

129 Poltavskaya Street Office 403
Pavlograd   51400
UP
NONE PC To provide comprehensive legal support to internally displaced persons and others affected by conflict in Ukraine. 100,000

All About Animals Rescue

23451 Pinewood St
Warren,MI48091
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 900

Alliance for Justice

11 Dupont Circle NW Suite 500
Washington,DC200361207
NONE PC To provide technical assistance to enhance the effectiveness of the statewide afterschool networks. 10,000

Alliance for the Great Lakes

150 N Michigan Avenue Suite 700
Chicago,IL606017553
NONE PC To protect and restore the Great Lakes for people and the ecosystem by building public awareness and supporting communities on issues such as safe drinking water, invasive species, pollution and water conservation. 280,000

Alliance Publishing Trust

1st Floor 15 Prescott Place
London   SW46BS
UK
NONE PC To support the exchange of information and ideas among philanthropists, social investors, and others working for social change worldwide. 75,000

Alternatives for Girls

903 W Grand Blvd
Detroit,MI48208
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

Alzheimers Disease and Related Disorders Association Inc

225 North Michigan Avenue 17th fl
Chicago,IL60601
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 450

Alzheimer's Support Network Inc

1421 Pine Ridge Road Suite 100
Naples,FL34105
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 40,000

Amazon Conservation Team

4211 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington,VA222031606
NONE PC To provide modern solar kits to remote communities in the Colombian Amazon and begin discussing universal renewable electrical energy in the country's isolated zone. 150,000

American Arab Heritage Council

416 N Saginaw Street Suite 220
Flint,MI485022029
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 1,950

American Arab Heritage Council

416 N Saginaw Street Suite 220
Flint,MI485022029
NONE PC To provide professional immigration and language services to individuals and families in the region. 50,000

American Association of School Administrators Inc

1615 Duke Street
Alexandria,VA223143406
NONE PC To partner with superintendents and school districts to support learning recovery for young people. 75,000

American Association of School Administrators Inc

1615 Duke Street
Alexandria,VA223143406
NONE PC To support technical assistance for local school districts. 700,000

American Association of State Service Commissions Inc

455 Massachusetts Avenue NW Suite 1
53
Washington,DC200012621
NONE PC To expand afterschool opportunities through national service. 65,000

American Cancer Society - National

PO Box 42040
Oklahoma City,OK731233000
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 300

American Civil Liberties Union Foundation

125 Broad Street 18th floor
New York,NY10004
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 1,125

American Friends of Covent Garden and the Royal Ballet Inc

The Royal Opera The Royal Ballet 40
West 51st Street 5155
New York,NY10020
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 2,700

American Gateways

314 E Highland Mall Blvd Suite 501
Austin,TX787523733
NONE PC To provide legal support and information to immigrants throughout the migration process. 75,000

American Heart Association Inc

7272 Greenville Avenue
Dallas,TX752314596
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 300

American Immigration Council

1331 G St NW Suite 200
Washington,DC200053141
NONE PC To support friendly legal, judicial and societal ecosystems for immigrants in the United States. 50,000

American Indian College Fund

8333 Greenwood Boulevard
Denver,CO802214488
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 300

American Institutes for Research in Behavioral Sciences

1400 Crystal Drive 10th Floor
Arlington,VA222023289
NONE PC To collect and disseminate promising practices for afterschool practitioners. 175,000

American Institutes for Research in Behavioral Sciences

1400 Crystal Drive 10th Floor
Arlington,VA222023289
NONE PC To explore how 21st Century Community Learning Centers quality improvement systems support students and families through coordinated service delivery systems. 50,000

American Jewish World Service

45 West 36th Street 11th Floor
New York,NY100187904
NONE PC To help communities in developing countries hold international financial institutions accountable for their social and environmental impacts. 25,000

American Leprosy Missions Inc

One Alm Way
Greenville,GA29601
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

American Medical Association Foundation

330 N Wabash AMA Plaza
Chicago,IL60611
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 5,000

American National Red Cross

431 18th Street NW
Washington,DC200065310
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 1,500

American National Red Cross

1401 S Grand Traverse
Flint,MI485033794
NONE PC To increase access to health interventions for Black residents impacted by sickle cell disease. 50,000

American Parkinson Disease Association Inc

Parkinson Plaza 135 Parkinson Ave
Staten Island,NY10305
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

American Rivers Inc

1101 14th Street NW Suite 1400
Washington,DC200055637
NONE PC To support the engagement on equitable distribution of federal clean water infrastructure funds in Great Lakes states. 150,000

American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

c/o Legal Department 520 8th Ave Fl
7
New York,NY10128
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 1,200

American University

4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington,DC200168002
NONE PC To improve the social and environmental outcomes of development finance institutions by holding them accountable to their own commitments for engaging affected communities. 75,000

American University

4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington,DC200168002
NONE PC To support the Sandra N. Smithey Fellowship Fund at the Accountability Research Center of American University. 200,000

America's Promise - The Alliance for Youth

1110 Vermont Avenue NW Suite 900
Washington,DC200053538
NONE PC To increase opportunities for youth to engage in service. 150,000

Antioch University

900 Dayton Street
Yellow Springs,OH45387
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 7,500

APF FOUNDATION LTDGTE

14 Chris Maduike Street
Lekki Phase 1
Lagos    
NI
NONE PF To build a learning community of strategic African philanthropists and social investors committed to inclusive and sustainable development throughout Africa. 25,000

Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services ACCESS

2651 Saulino Court
Dearborn,MI481201556
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 10,050

Arizona Center for Afterschool Excellence

4323 N 12th Street Suite 202
Phoenix,AZ850144527
NONE PC To support a statewide afterschool network to ensure the availability and expansion of school-linked quality afterschool and summer learning opportunities that meet the needs of underserved youth. 25,000

Arkansas State University System

Central Receiving 501 Woodlane StSu
ite 521
Little Rock,AR722014444
NONE GOV To support a statewide afterschool network to ensure the availability and expansion of school-linked quality afterschool and summer learning opportunities that meet the needs of underserved youth. 50,000

Arkansas State University System Foundation Inc

PO Box 1990 2626 Alumni Blvd
State University,AR724671990
NONE PC To support a statewide afterschool network to increase the availability and expansion of college and career exploration, financial literacy or college affordability planning for underserved youth through afterschool and summer learning programs. 62,500

Artis Naples Inc

5833 Pelican Bay Boulevard
Naples,FL341082740
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 7,500

ArtsConnection

520 Eighth Avenue Ste 321
New York,NY100186507
NONE PC To support the Teen Reviewers and Critics Program. 30,000

Asbury Community Development Corporation

1653 Davison Rd
Flint,MI485063050
NONE PC To provide support for repairs related to Help Center services for residents impacted by the water crisis and pandemic. 15,000

Ascension St John Foundation

PO Box 45998
Detroit,MI482362148
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 1,500

Asociacion Ambiente y Sociedad

Carrera 10 24 76
Oficina 10-01
Bogot    
CO
NONE NC To analyze and monitor public development finance investment in Colombia and South America and work with partners to strengthen transparency and social and environmental standards. 50,000

ASOCIACION CIVIL LUCARIS

629 Grau Avenue
District of Barranco
Lima    
PE
NONE PC To support the development of community foundations in Peru. 150,000

ASOCIACION ESPANOLA DE FUNDACIONES

C/ de Serrano Anguita 13
Madrid    
SP
NONE PC To develop community foundations in Spain. 200,000

Asociacion Interamericana Para La Defensa Del Ambiente

c/o Earthjustice 50 California Stre
et Suite 500
San Francisco,CA941114624
NONE PC To support best practices and compliance with international norms and standards on environmental sustainability for energy and climate-related investments in South America. 103,000

Aspen Institute Inc

2300 N Street NW Suite 700
Washington,DC200371122
NONE PC To support a program that informs and maximizes the impact of philanthropists, social investors and those they support. 25,000

Asset Funders Network

2045 W Grand Ave Suite B 50387
Chicago,IL606121577
NONE PC To raise the visibility of and philanthropic funding for activities that expand asset-building opportunities in low- and moderate-income communities. 10,000

Associacao Brasileira de Geracao Distribuida - ABGD

Av Dr Chucri Zaidan 1550
5o andar - cj 518
So Paulo   04583110
BR
NONE NC To promote access to renewable distributed energy for isolated communities in the Brazilian Amazon. 100,000

Associacao Direitos Humanos em Rede

Caixa Postal 78462
Sao Paulo   1401970
BR
NONE PF To improve transparency and accountability at the Brazilian Development Bank and international financial institutions. 150,000

Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations Voluntary Action

441 W Michigan Street
Indianapolis,IN462023233
NONE PC To support an association of scholars and nonprofit leaders created to foster research on voluntary action, nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, and civil society. 35,000

ASSOCIATION FOR THE PRACTICE OF TRANSFORMATION

Str Cetinii No 26
Brasov    
RO
NONE PF To promote and develop community foundations in Europe and globally. 170,000

Association of Black Foundation Executives Inc

55 Exchange Place Suite 401
New York,NY100053304
NONE PC To support training for community foundations to address racial equity. 150,000

Association of Charitable Foundations

Toynbee Hall
28 Commercial Street
London   E16LS
UK
NONE PC To support and enhance philanthropy in the U.K. 5,000

Association of University Legal Aid Institutions Trust

CCLD Potchefstroom Campus
North West University
Potchefstroom,North-West2522
SF
NONE PF To support an institution that provides legal services to poor people and supports community-based advice offices to provide legal and related services to their respective communities. 200,000

Asylum Seeker Advocacy Project Inc

228 Park Avenue S 84810
New York,NY100031502
NONE PC To provide legal support and information to immigrants throughout the migration process. 150,000

Au Sable Institute

7526 Sunset Trail Rd NE
Mancelona,MI49659
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 3,000

Autism Alliance of Michigan

26913 Northwestern Highway 520
Southfield,MI48033
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 225

Ave Maria Communications

PO Box 504
Ann Arbor,MI481060504
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 6,000

Bakhita Charities for Southern Africa

1480 Barrwood Trail
Oxford,MI483716240
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 300

Bank Information Center

1023 15th Street NW 10th Floor
Washington,DC200052602
NONE PC To support an organization that provides services to nongovernmental organizations in developing countries working to strengthen environmental and social governance of international financial institutions. 210,000

Bank Information Center

1023 15th Street NW 10th Floor
Washington,DC200052602
NONE PC To monitor Chinese environmental and social safeguards and investment in energy and infrastructure in Latin America. 150,000

BareFootLaw U Limited

Koire Close
Old Kira Road
Kampala    
UG
NONE NC To support research in people-centered justice innovations in Africa. 80,000

Bay Cliff Health Camp

PO Box 310
Big Bay,MI49808
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 8,000

Be Like Brit Foundation Inc

66 Pullman Street
Worcester,MA01606
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 300

Beckwith Hills CRC

2100 Chelsea Rd NE
Grand Rapids,MI49505
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 375

Belle Isle Conservancy

300 River Place Drive Suite 2800
Detroit,MI482075200
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 1,755

Benzie Area Christian Neighbors Inc

PO Box 93
Benzonia,MI49616
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 3,000

Benzie Area Historical Society

6941 Traverse Ave
Benzonia,MI49616
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 3,000

Bethel United Methodist Church

1309 N Ballenger Hwy
Flint,MI485047598
NONE PC To provide support for repairs related to Help Center services for residents impacted by the water crisis and pandemic. 43,000

Bethlehem Christian Academy LLC

544 Christmas Avenue
Bethlehem,GA30620
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 6,000

Black Sash Trust

3 Caledonian Road
Elta House
Mowbray,Western Cape7700
SF
NONE PC To support a human rights organization that promotes comprehensive social protection, rights education and legal information to poor and marginalized communities. 275,000

Board of Regents of the University of Nevada Las Vegas

4505 S Maryland Parkway
Las Vegas,NV891541001
NONE GOV To support a statewide afterschool network to ensure the availability and expansion of quality afterschool and summer learning opportunities that meet the needs of children, youth, and families in Nevada. 250,000

Boys and Girls Club of Greater Flint

3701 N Averill Avenue
Flint,MI485062511
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 10,250

Boys and Girls Club of Greater Flint

3701 N Averill Avenue
Flint,MI485062511
NONE PC To provide youth development programs and activities for Flint-area children ages 7-17. 85,000

Boys' Home Incorporated

414 Boys Home Road
Covington,VA24426
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 1,050

Brandeis University

Office of Research Administration 4
15 South Street MS 116
Waltham,MA024549110
NONE PC To assist the field, Foundation grantees and staff in collecting data and evaluating progress in the Children's Savings Account field. 218,627

Bread Roses Housing Inc

15 Union Street Suite 401
Lawrence,MA01840
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 5,000

Bridging

201 W 87th St
Bloomington,MN55420
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 25,000

BrightFocus Foundation

22512 Gateway Center Dr
Clarksburg,MD20871
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

Brighton Area Historical Society

PO Box 481
Brighton,MI48116
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

British Schools and Universities Foundation Inc

575 Madison Avenue Suite 1006
New York,MI100222511
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 9,600

Brookings Institution

1775 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington,DC200362103
NONE PC To promote community-led implementation of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. 120,000

Buckham Fine Arts Project

121 W Second Street
Flint,MI485021201
NONE PC To support an organization dedicated to providing an exhibition/performance venue in downtown Flint. 30,000

Buckingham Browne and Nichols School

80 Gerrys Landing Road
Cambridge,MA02138
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 25,000

Buffalo Niagara Waterkeeper Inc

721 Main Street
Buffalo,NY142031321
NONE PC To provide capacity support to enable greater collaboration among New York groups addressing water and climate issues in the Great Lakes. 20,000

Bundesverband Deutscher Stiftungen

Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 34
Berlin    
GM
NONE PC To develop the community foundation field and strengthen infrastructure for community foundations in Europe. 500,000

Calvin University

3201 Burton St SE
Grand Rapids,MI495464388
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 20,000

Camps Newfound Owatonna Corporation

4 Camp Newfound Rd
Harrison,ME04040
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 10,000

Canaan Baptist Church

910 E Gillespie
Flint,MI48505
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 5,565

Canadian Environmental Law Association

1500-55 University Avenue
Toronto,OntarioM5J2H7
CA
NONE PC To protect and restore the waters of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River Basin. 100,000

Cape Peninsula University of Technology

The Research Directorate
Room 28 Administrative Building
Zonnebloem Cape Town   8001
SF
NONE PC To support the inclusion of community-based paralegals into a bachelor's degree in paralegal studies. 200,000

Carnegie Endowment for International Peace

1779 Massachusetts Avenue NW
Washington,DC200362109
NONE PC To support a research project exploring civic activism and civil society assistance globally. 50,000

Carriage Town Ministries

PO Box 318
Flint,MI485010318
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 14,990

Carriage Town Ministries

605 Garland Street
Flint,MI485032405
NONE PC To support the development of a neighborhood bakery that employs adults who chronically experience homelessness. 95,000

Casual Workers Advice Office

96 Knox Street
Germiston
Johannesburg,Gauteng1401
SF
NONE PC To support an organization that advises and supports workers on labor rights and trains community-based advice offices on worker rights and related labor matters. 200,000

Catholic Charities of Shiawassee and Genesee Counties

901 Chippewa Street
Flint,MI485031570
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 14,250

Catholic Charities of Shiawassee and Genesee Counties

901 Chippewa Street
Flint,MI485031570
NONE PC To support programs that provide meals for economically disadvantaged individuals and families, relief from the cold during the winter months, and transportation for chronically ill children. 325,000

Pontifical Catholic University

Rua Marques de Sao Vicente
225 Vila dos Diretorios Casa 20
Rio de Janeiro   22451900
BR
NONE PC To cultivate international expertise and dialogue on social and environmental safeguards for development finance. 285,000

Catholic Commission for Justice and Peace of the Archdiocese of Lilongwe

CCJP Lilongwe Secretariat
Private Bag A208
Lilongwe    
MI
NONE PC To support an organization that strengthens and increases access to justice for poor and marginalized people in rural communities in Malawi. 50,000

Catholic Near East Welfare Assoc Inc

1011 First Avenue
New York,NY100224195
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

Center for Action and Contemplation Inc

PO Box 12464
Albuquerque,NM87195
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

Center for International Environmental Law Inc

1101 15th St NW 11th Floor
Washington,DC200055002
NONE PC To support activities that promote and seek strong implementation of sound environmental and social policies and practices at the World Bank Group and other international financial institutions. 100,000

Center for Neighborhood Technology

17 North State Street Suite 1400
Chicago,IL606023296
NONE PC To advance sustainable technical solutions to complex water infrastructure problems in Great Lakes cities. 140,000

Center on Budget and Policy Priorities

1275 First Street NE Suite 1200
Washington,DC200028035
NONE PC To expand economic opportunity and fight poverty by ensuring that the federal government and states invest adequate resources into education, workforce training and other priorities. 310,000

CenterPoint Church Academy

1225 S Center Rd
Burton,MI48509
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

Central Michigan University

Carlin Alumni House
Mt Pleasant,MI48859
NONE GOV For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 2,100

Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit

90 Lawton Lane
Milton,PA178479756
NONE GOV To support a statewide afterschool network to ensure the availability and expansion of school-linked quality afterschool and summer learning opportunities that meet the needs of underserved youth. 175,000

Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit

90 Lawton Lane
Milton,PA178479756
NONE GOV To support a statewide network with demonstrated success to broaden afterschool learning opportunities and strengthen systems at the state level. 20,000

Central Susquehanna Intermediate Unit

90 Lawton Lane
Milton,PA178479756
NONE GOV To support a statewide afterschool network to support the availability and expansion of financial education or college affordability planning to enhance quality afterschool and summer learning opportunities that meet the needs of underserved youth. 62,500

Central United Methodist Church

222 Cass St
Traverse City,MI49684
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 600

Centre for Activist Education RF NPC

University of the Western Cape
Robert Sobukwe Drive Bellville
Cape Town   7705
SF
NONE NC To build the capacity and solidarity of community paralegals in South Africa. 180,000

Centre for Human Rights Education Advice and Assistance

Roots Complex
Kenyatta Drive Chitawira Township
Blantyre    
MI
NONE PC To increase access to justice for poor and marginalized people in Malawi. 75,000

CENTRO DE ESTUDOS AVANCADOS DE PROMOCAO SOCIAL E AMBIENTAL

Avenida Mendonca Furtado n3979
Bairro Liberdade
Santarem   68040050
BR
NONE PC To meet the challenge posed by rural electrification in isolated communities in the Amazon with renewable, self-generating and replicable off-grid electricity models. 97,500

Centro Mexicano para la Filantropia AC

Cerrada de Salvador Alvarado 7
Col Escandn Alcalda Miguel Hid
Ciudad de Mxico    
MX
NONE PC To protect the enabling environment for civil society in Mexico. 125,000

CFLeads

PO Box 509
Accord,MA020180509
NONE PC To support a program that fosters and strengthens transnational communities through community foundations and other partner organizations in North and South America. 64,000

Challenge Mountain of Walloon Hills Inc

PO Box 764
Boyne City,MI49712
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 375

Charitable Organization 'Charity and Health Foundation'

11 Mala Zhytomyrska street
apartment 10
Kyiv   01001
UP
NONE NC To increase security and understanding of rights in small communities in Ukraine. 100,000

Chicago Community Trust

33 S State Street Suite 750
Chicago,IL606037672
NONE PC To support the development of a case study and guide for community foundations to apply the Sustainable Development Goals to social impact investing. 25,000

Child Care Network Washtenaw Regional 4C

3941 Research Park Drive Suite C
Ann Arbor,MI481082271
NONE PC To support the availability of high-quality early childhood education and care options for Flint families. 50,000

Childrens Christian Concern Society

13145 South Blackbob Road
Olathe,KS66062
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

Children's Forum Inc

3425 Bannerman Road 501
Tallahassee,FL323122988
NONE PC To support a statewide network with demonstrated success to broaden afterschool learning opportunities and strengthen systems at the state level. 87,500

Children's Hospital of Michigan Foundation

3011 West Grand Blvd Suite 218
Detroit,MI48202
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 10,000

China Dialogue Trust

15 Printing House Yard
Perseverance Works
London   E27PR
UK
NONE PC To improve the public's understanding of the environmental, social, and governance dimensions of China's investments and engagement in Latin America. 50,000

Chinmaya Education Foundation Inc

5206 Gateway Center Suite 100
Flint,MI48507
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 15,000

Christ Church Cranbrook

470 Church Road
Bloomfield Hills,MI48304
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 600

Christ Memorial Reformed Church

595 Graafschap Road
Holland,MI49423
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 34,000

Christ the King Parish

PO Box 95
Acme,MI49610
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 750

Christ the Redeemer Parish

2700 Waldon Rd
Lake Orion,MI48360
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 16,200

Christian Aid

35 Lower Marsh
London   SE17RT
UK
NONE PC To support, build, and strengthen the capacity of the African Coalition for Sustainable Energy and Access network to drive multilateral development banks to shift their investment portfolios from fossil fuels to renewable energy. 150,000

Christian Relief Services Inc

8301 Richmond Highway Suite 900
Alexandria,VA22309
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

Christian Resources International

200 Free Street PO Box 356
Fowlerville,MI48836
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

Circle of Blue

800 Cottageview Drive Suite 1042
Traverse City,MI496842491
NONE PC To support a provider of nonprofit journalism, to increase coverage of drinking water and Great Lakes issues and to support collaboration with other media content providers. 25,000

Citizens Campaign Fund for the Environment

225-A Main Street
Farmingdale,NY117352619
NONE PC To provide general operating support to a New York organization that leads efforts to protect the Great Lakes. 10,000

Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future

610 North Third Street
Harrisburg,PA171011113
NONE PC To support an organization whose mission is to protect clean water, clean air and a healthy climate. 125,000

City and County of San Francisco

Office of the Mayor City Hall Rm 20
0 1 Dr Carlton B Goodlett Pl
San Francisco,CA941024603
NONE GOV To further advance the design and implementation of the Kindergarten To College children's savings account initiative. 355,000

City of Flint

1101 S Saginaw Street
Flint,MI485021420
NONE GOV To provide support for the maintenance of city parks and parks properties. 500,000

City of Flint

1101 S Saginaw Street
Flint,MI485021420
NONE GOV To reestablish the Human Relations Commission to help reduce discrimination and increase mutual understanding among Flint residents. 25,000

City of Flint

1101 S Saginaw Street
Flint,MI485021420
NONE GOV To support interior and exterior building repairs and improvements at the City of Flint's Hasselbring Senior Center. 450,000

City of Flint

1101 S Saginaw Street
Flint,MI485021420
NONE GOV To support interior and exterior building repairs and improvements at the City of Flint's Brennan Senior Center. 300,000

City of Flint

1101 S Saginaw Street
Flint,MI485021420
NONE GOV To support public safety strategies for Flint, including increased technology, new crime solving tactics and overtime for officers to respond to calls for service. 850,000

City of Flint

1101 S Saginaw Street
Flint,MI485021420
NONE GOV To support the renovation and construction of new facilities for the community center at Berston Field House to enhance the health, recreational and educational programming for Flint residents. 10,000,000

City of Flint

1101 S Saginaw Street
Flint,MI485021420
NONE GOV To assist the city of Flint in efforts to prepare the Buick City site to the level needed for private capital to invest in job creation activities in the city. 2,000,000

City Rescue Mission of Saginaw Inc

PO Box 548
Saginaw,MI486060548
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 2,100

City Year Inc

287 Columbus Avenue
Boston,MA021165114
NONE PC To provide resources to educate leaders and the public on the impact of national service programs across the country. 25,000

Civicus - World Alliance for Citizen Participation Inc

1775 Eye Street NW Suite 1150
Washington,DC200063409
NONE PC To support an international alliance dedicated to strengthening citizen action and civil society throughout the world. 50,000

Civicus - World Alliance for Citizen Participation Inc

1775 Eye Street NW Suite 1150
Washington,DC200063409
NONE PC To strengthen a global network of national associations of civil society organizations. 75,000

Civil Association 'Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union'

3/34 Frolivska Street 3rd floor
Kontraktova square subway
Kyiv   04070
UP
NONE PC To increase access to justice in Ukraine through protection of fundamental rights and freedoms. 335,000

CivSource - Africa Limited

Plot 2
Suuna II Road
Ntinda,Kampala  
UG
NONE NC To support the development of community foundations in Uganda. 100,000

Claras Hope

2525 W Shiawassee Ave
Fenton,MI48430
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 5,000

Clark Atlanta University Inc

223 James P Brawley Drive SW
Atlanta,GA303144391
NONE PC To prepare and support future presidents of the nation's historically black colleges and universities. 25,000

Clarkston United Methodist Church

6600 Waldon Rd
Clarkston,MI48346
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 16,800

Cleveland Foundation

1422 Euclid Avenue Suite 1300
Cleveland,OH441152063
NONE PC To create a learning exchange cohort among Northeast Ohio community foundations regarding use of the Sustainable Development Goals. 120,000

Climate Leadership Council Inc

1900 M Street NW Suite 800
Washington,DC200363517
NONE PC To support an organization focused on effective and equitable climate change solutions. 250,000

Collaborative Communications Group Inc

1029 Vermont Avenue NW Ninth Floor
Washington,DC200053517
NONE NC To support a national network and learning community of statewide afterschool networks. 1,000,000

Collaborative Communications Group Inc

1029 Vermont Avenue NW Ninth Floor
Washington,DC200053517
NONE NC To provide increased policy development and communications support to the 50 State Network and the afterschool field. 400,000

Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

PO Box 1776
Williamsburg,VA231871776
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 10,000

Colorado Nonprofit Development Center

789 Sherman Street Suite 250
Denver,CO802033539
NONE PC To support a statewide afterschool network to ensure the availability and expansion of school-linked quality afterschool and summer learning opportunities that meet the needs of underserved youth. 25,000

Communities First Inc

415 W Court Street
Flint,MI485035021
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 2,750

Communities First Inc

415 W Court Street
Flint,MI485035021
NONE PC To build organizational capacity for low-income housing development 225,000

Communities First Inc

415 W Court Street
Flint,MI485035021
NONE PC To support the acquisition and redevelopment of the Baker College Flint campus which will lead to enhanced social and educational services and additional safe and affordable housing opportunities for area residents. 3,000,000

Community Economic Development Association of Michigan

1118 S Washington Avenue
Lansing,MI489101647
NONE PC To broaden the implementation of Children's Savings Accounts in Michigan. 75,000

Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta Inc

191 Peachtree Street NE Suite 1000
Atlanta,GA30303
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 40,000

Community Foundation for Southeast Michigan

333 W Fort Street Suite 2010
Detroit,MI482263134
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 90,000

Community Foundation of Collier County

1110 Pine Ridge Road Suite 200
Naples,FL34105
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 34,500

Community Foundation of Greater Flint

500 S Saginaw Street Suite 200
Flint,MI485021856
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 207,925

Community Foundation of Greater Flint

500 S Saginaw Street Suite 200
Flint,MI485021856
NONE PC To increase access to and the quality of early childhood education in Flint through increased capacity to lead those efforts. 250,000

Community Foundation of Greater Flint

500 S Saginaw Street Suite 200
Flint,MI485021856
NONE PC To provide support to neighborhood organizations and groups for arts and culture projects. 60,000

Community Foundation of Greater Flint

500 S Saginaw Street Suite 200
Flint,MI485021856
NONE PC To support the research and evaluation of early childhood education efforts in Flint to assess the impact of practice and policy for children and families and help guide and inform next steps. 175,000

Community Foundation of Greater Flint

500 S Saginaw Street Suite 200
Flint,MI485021856
NONE PC To provide support for racial equity planning and implementation work. 10,000

Community Foundation of Greater Flint

500 S Saginaw Street Suite 200
Flint,MI485021856
NONE PC To support capacity building for community-based projects. 75,000

Community Foundation of Greater Flint

500 S Saginaw Street Suite 200
Flint,MI485021856
NONE PC To support community journalism work in Flint. 100,000

Community Foundation of Greater Flint

500 S Saginaw Street Suite 200
Flint,MI485021856
NONE PC To provide support for the Christopher Stallworth Fund which will benefit Flint residents with programming and convenings. 50,000

Community Foundation of Greater Flint

500 S Saginaw Street Suite 200
Flint,MI485021856
NONE PC To increase access to capital and capacity building for Black and Black-serving nonprofit leadership. 125,000

Community Foundation of Greater Flint

500 S Saginaw Street Suite 200
Flint,MI485021856
NONE PC To support the long-term operations and maintenance of the first state park in Genesee County for residents to engage in safe and healthy recreational activities. 18,000,000

Community Foundation of Greater Flint

500 S Saginaw Street Suite 200
Flint,MI485021856
NONE PC To increase educational opportunities and outcomes for children in Flint. 400,000

Community Foundation of Wabash County

220 East Main Street
North Manchester,IN469621823
NONE PC To implement a county-wide children's savings account initiative and model how children's savings account initiatives can complement traditional scholarship programs. 100,000

Community Foundations of Canada

123 Slater Street Suite 600
Ottawa,OntarioK1P5H2
CA
NONE PC To support the engagement of community foundations in Canada and around the world in advancing the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. 325,000

Community Initiatives

1000 Broadway Suite 480
Oakland,CA946074044
NONE PC To strengthen and expand the network of funders that support youth entrepreneurship. 150,000

Community Organisation Resource Centre

First Floor Shop Above 7-11 Store
Corner Raapenberg Surrey Mowbray
Cape Town,Western Cape7700
SF
NONE PC To support communities to develop strategies for inclusive cities by facilitating engagements with the state, supporting the development of savings, data collection, learning exchanges and incremental settlement upgrading. 300,000

Comunidad de Organizaciones Solidarias

Avenida General Bustamante 26
Piso 4 Providencia
Region Metropolitana   7500776
CI
NONE PC To support the development of community foundations in Chile. 325,000

Concordia Lutheran Church

16801 Huebner Rd
San Antonio,TX78258
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 23,400

Connecticut After School Network Inc

12 Melrose Avenue
Branford,CT064054620
NONE PC To support a statewide afterschool network to ensure the availability and expansion of school-linked quality afterschool and summer learning opportunities that meet the needs of underserved youth. 25,000

Conservancy of Southwest Florida Inc

1495 Smith Preserve Way
Naples,FL34102
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 12,905

Conservation Council of Nations

25786 Georgetown Station NW
Washington,DC20027
NONE PC To build and sustain a network that supports the development of broadly supported solutions to the climate change crisis and other environmental challenges. 125,000

Consultative Group on Biological Diversity

PO Box 29361
San Francisco,CA941290361
NONE PC To support coordination and collaboration among peer funding organizations. 85,000

Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere Inc - CARE

151 Ellis Street NE
Atlanta,GA303032440
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 150

CORD USA

5206 Gateway Center Suite 100
Flint,MI48507
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 24,000

Corner Health Center

47 N Huron Street
Ypsilanti,MI48197
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 375

Cornerstone Community Church

5182 N Elms Road
Flushing,MI484339033
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 31,575

Corte Bella Vets

22511 N Galicia Drive
Sun City West,AZ85375
NONE PC For the general purposes or other charitable purposes of the organization. 10,000

Council of Great Lakes Governors Inc

309 E Rand Road 167
Arlington Heights,IL600041000
NONE PC To sponsor a summit to convene Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River Governors and Premiers to increase environmental protection, restoration, and economic vitality of the Great Lakes. 25,000

Council of Michigan Foundations Inc

125 Ottawa NW Suite 437
Grand Rapids,MI495032837
NONE PC To provide support to a statewide membership organization of grantmakers. 337,500

Council of State Governments

1776 Avenue of the States
Lexington,KY405118536
NONE PC To support education and networking among state legislators in the Great Lakes region about key issues affecting the lakes. 25,000

Council on Foundations Inc

1255 23rd Street NW Suite 200
Washington,</