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Provides the philanthropist with a view of the latest innovative projects and worthwhile initiatives from some of America’s finest not-for-profit institutions. Select a category of philanthropy, then find that worthwhile initiative to fund.

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Creative Time

At Creative Time, we use "social practice art," to denote a range of practices in which artists engage with communities and social issues by moving their practice out of the studio and into the world.

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Middle School Jazz Academy

Middle School Jazz Academy

Jazz at Lincoln Center

Jazz At Lincoln Center’s Middle School Jazz Academy is a skills- and aesthetic-based music education program that provides direct individual and ensemble training to students ages 11–13.

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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis

Brigham and Women's Hospital

Our mission is to cure MS. We must confront this disease on multiple fronts to benefit patients who battle the disease, to arrest its progression, and to prevent the disease entirely in the future.

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Morning Room Ceiling Restoration

Morning Room Ceiling Restoration

Friends of Hearst Castle

One of the Castle's most beautiful artifacts is the 16th C Spanish Mudejar ceiling. The story told by the ceiling and its beauty have been muted by accumulation of almost 500 years of smoke and soot.

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Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative

Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative

Foundation for the National Institutes of Health

The NIH’s largest public-private partnership on brain research, ADNI tracks normal, mildly cognitively impaired, and Alzheimer's disease brain changes to measure the progression of the condition.

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Pacific Lutheran Theology Seminary

Pacific Lutheran Theology Seminary

Graduate Theological Union

Our approach to theological education is unique among the seminaries of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. We were founded to prepare religious leaders in diverse and changing contexts.

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Documenting Crimes Against Humanity

Documenting Crimes Against Humanity

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

This project, led by the Johns Hopkins Center for Public Health and Human Rights (CPHHR), is designed to build local capacity and document mass atrocities in the ethnic states of Burma.

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The Stork Fund

The Stork Fund

Brigham and Women's Hospital

The Stork Fund was created to support programs, initiatives, patient care, and research-advancing causes connected to obstetrics, maternal/fetal medicine, pre- and post-natal care and the like.

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Second Century Campaign

Second Century Campaign

The American Library in Paris

To remain an important center of American intellectual life in Paris, The American Library in Paris has undertaken the Second Century Campaign.

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Franciscan School of Theology

Franciscan School of Theology

Graduate Theological Union

Franciscan School of Theology is a Roman Catholic graduate theological school, owned and operated by the Province of Santa Barbara of the Order of Friars Minor, located in Berkeley, California.

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