Our Grants

Since its inception, the Foundation has awarded $330 million in grants. Our grants database contains awards from July 2017 until now and is updated weekly. Comprehensive details can be found as part of the Foundation’s annual 990-PF filing.

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Year Up, Inc.

to support innovative tech workforce development programs to close the opportunity divide

Technovation

to support and equip hundreds of underserved girls around the world to use Responsible AI to develop innovative solutions tackling climate change

CyberPeace Institute

to support work ensuring vulnerable communities' rights to security, dignity and equity in cyberspace

AkiraChix

Fiscal Sponsor: King Baudouin Foundation United States for Akira Chix to support tech upskilling opportunities for young women and bridge the gender gap in tech
Amount $1,000,000
Focus area Tech + Workforce
Location San Francisco, CA, USA
Awarded 2022

The American AI Forum

for support to close the opportunity gap in AI education, literacy, and skills development.
Amount $588,595
Focus area Digital Health
Location New York, NY, USA
Awarded 2022

Amref Health Africa, Inc.

to support the Ministry of Health in Zambia in developing a fit-for-purpose digital health workforce
Amount $250,000
Focus area Digital Health
Location Ibadan, OY, NGA
Awarded 2022

HelpMum Africa

to support deployment of an AI-Driven Vaccine Intervention Optimiser (ADVISER) in Nigeria
Amount $100,000
Focus area Digital Health
Location Palo Alto, CA, USA
Awarded 2022

Tidepool Project

to support the creation, implementation, and accessibility of digital diabetes management tools

United Nations Foundation

to support UN Global Pulse in efforts around the Global Data Access Initiative (GDAI).

Stanford University

for unrestricted support for the Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences (CASBS).
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Grantee Fiscal Sponsor Grant Amount Focus Area Location Date
Massachusetts Institute of Technology To provide support for the McGovern Entrepreneurship Award at MIT Sloan School of Management. $5,500 Legacy Cambridge, MA, USA 2017
Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation To provide support for "Bridging Philadelphia's Digital Divide." $100,000 Tech for Good Philadelphia, PA 2017