2008 Grants

Programmatic Giving: 

  • BUILD - $150,000
  • Brigham Young Univeristy Economic Self-Reliance Center - $36,857
  • Citizen Schools - $50,000
  • Civic Ventures - $25,000
  • Count Me In - $20,000
  • Dowser - $25,000
  • EPA Youth Court - $5,000
  • Fight for Peace - $25,000
  • Girls to Women - $10,000
  • KickStart - $150,000
  • Living Goods - $100,000
  • Nuru International - $25,000
  • One Acre Fund - $25,000
  • Social Actions - $26,315
  • Sonidos de la Tierra - $45,308
  • Spark Program - $95,000
  • Teach a Man to Fish - $98,000
  • TransFair USA - $100,000
  • Univ. of the Pacific, Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship - $75,000
  • VisionSpring - $83,333
  • Vittana - $25,000
  • Youth Community Service - $10,000

Family Giving: 

  • Amador High School - $1,000
  • Anasazi - $60,000
  • Birch Creek Service Ranch - $30,000
  • Borah High School (Volleyball Program) - $500
  • Boys and Girls Club - $1,000
  • Boy Scouts - $15,000
  • Breast Cancer - $500
  • Brigham Young University Folk Music Program - $29,740
  • Charity Anywhere Foundation - $97,000
  • Caldwell School District - $4,000
  • California Family Foundation - $130,000
  • Capital High, Steele Scholarship - $8,000
  • Christmas Bureau of Palo Alto - $10,000
  • Church of Jesus Christ LDS - $16,600,000
  • City of Hope - $500
  • Community Financial Resources - $10,000
  • Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation - $1,000
  • Family & Children Services - $5,000.
  • Family Leader Foundation - $1,000
  • FORGE - $50,000
  • Friends for Youth - $1,200
  • Fundación Dequení - $10,000
  • Institute for Ethnomedicine - $10,000
  • International Rett Syndrom Foundation - $5,000
  • Joint Council of Extension Professionals - $500
  • John Dau Sudan Foundation - $7,000
  • Laie Elementary PTCO - $5,000
  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society - $500
  • Liahona Club - $1,000
  • Lytton Gardens - $5,000
  • Morrissey/Compton - $1,000
  • Nepal Hope Foundation - $5,000
  • Ouelessebougou Alliance - $50,000
  • Pacific Ballroom Dance - $5,000
  • Pacific Legal Foundation - $5,000
  • Palo Alto Community Fund - $10,000
  • Palo Alto Junior Museum and Zoo - $5,000
  • Palo Alto Weekly Holiday Fund - $10,000
  • Pathways Hospice Foundation - $10,000
  • Redwood City Library Foundation - $5,000
  • Roadrunner Sports Club - $5,000
  • Rising Star Outreach - $150,000
  • San Jose Symphonic Choir - $2,500
  • Silicon Valley Children's Fund Dec $5,000
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation - $100,000
  • SOS - Children's Villages - $5,000
  • Stanford Stroke Center - $15,000
  • St. Anthony High School - $10,000
  • St. Johns High School - $23,000
  • St. Pius Church- $2,500
  • TEAK Fellowship - $10,000
  • Ties to the World - $54,370
  • Tuacahn Center for the Arts - $20,000
  • United Way - $10,000
  • University Club Scholarships - $1,000
  • Utah Valley University - $25,000.
  • World Land Trust-US (Guyra Paraguay) - $5,000

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"Programmatic Giving" refers to our LocalRegional, and Global grantmaking, as well as other initiatives which support our core mission. 

"Family Giving'" grants are guided by the personal connections and community affiliations of the Peery Family.

We do not source our grants from proposals in any area of our grant making.