2010 Grants

Programmatic Giving: 

  • A Home Within - $110,000
  • Ashoka Youth Venture - $50,000
  • Beyond 12 - $50,000
  • Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula - $50,000
  • BUILD - $100,000
  • BYU, Peery Social Entrepreneurship Program - $118,780
  • Brigham Young University - $10,000
  • Carlmont High Computer Lab - $10,000
  • Downtown Streets Team - $104,750
  • Dowser - $25,000
  • EARN, Grantwell - $10,000
  • Eastside College Preparatory School - $35,000
  • EPAYouth Court - $50,000
  • EPA Charter School (EPACS) - $35,000
  • EPA Phoenix Academy (EPAPA) - $65,000
  • FairTrade - $10,000
  • Family Community Church, San Jose - $15,000
  • Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY) - $102,000
  • Foundation for a College Education (FCE) - $35,000
  • "Girls in the Forest" - $25,453
  • Global Citizen Year - $100,000
  • Great Nonprofits - $15,000
  • Global Social Benefit Incubator - $100,000
  • Health Point Services - $50,000
  • Ikatu - $100,000
  • Jacaranda Health - $25,000
  • KickStart - $100,000
  • Komaza - $100,000
  • Living Goods - $105,000
  • Nuru International - $100,000
  • One Acre Fund - $100,000
  • Paradigm Initiative - $10,000
  • Philanthropic Ventures Foundation - $40,000
  • Ravenswood Education Foundation - $35,000
  • Rocketship Education - $100,000
  • Root Capital - $50,000
  • Samasource - $100,000
  • Silicon Valley Community Foundation - $10,000
  • Sonidos - $31,000
  • Spark Program - $110,000
  • Tipping Point - $100,000
  • TPW West - $50,000
  • TransFair Earthquake Response Guatemala - $5,000
  • TransFair USA - $100,000
  • University of the Pacific - $85,000
  • Upwardly Global - $100,000
  • VisionSpring - $83,333
  • Vittana - $129,750
  • Waste Ventures - $98,000
  • World of Good, SMS Labor Link - $30,000
  • Youth Community Service - $10,000
  • Year Up - $110,000
  • Youth Venture, Ashoka - $100,000

Family Giving: 

  • Adolescent Counseling Services - $20,000
  • APOPO - $50,000
  • Birch Creek Service Ranch - $20,000
  • Benetech - $50,000
  • Boy Scouts - $5,500
  • California Family Foundation - $140,000
  • Carmel River Watershed - $1,000
  • Children of Hope Academy - $12,500
  • Children's Theatre - $1,000
  • Citizen School Discretionary - $10,000
  • Colts Basketball Club - $200
  • Day Worker Center - $10,000
  • Fair Oaks Community Center - $2,500
  • Family & Children Services - $5,000
  • Free at Last, David Lewis Memorial Fund - $5,000
  • Fundación Dequení - $10,000
  • Fundación Paraguaya - $30,000
  • Global Action Through Fashion - $3,000
  • Helix Football Boosers, Helix Charter High School - $250
  • Hoover Institution - $10,000
  • Hydrocephalus Association - $1,000
  • Interweave Solutions - $10,000
  • Jordan Intl Aid - $500
  • Kaeme - $15,000
  • Lytton Gardens - $2,500
  • Mountain View Los Altos Community Scholars - $5,000
  • More Good Foundation - $25,000
  • Mt. Mahogany 5th Ward - $15,000
  • Myelin Repair Foundation - $10,000
  • NORCAL Cew - $250
  • Ouelessebougou Alliance - $50,000
  • Pacific Legal Foundation - $5,000
  • Palo Alto Children's Theatre - $1,000
  • Palo Alto Community Fund - $10,000
  • Pathways Hospice Foundation - $10,000
  • Pinewood Gym - $500,000
  • Playwriting Project/Theater Program - $1,350
  • Project Africa - $10,000
  • Reach the Children, Stay Alive Pilot - $15,000
  • Rebuilding Together Silicon Valley - $5,000
  • Resource Area for Teachers - $10,000
  • Rich Diaries Transcription - $2,000
  • Roadrunner Sports Club - $5,000
  • Ronald McDonald House - $1,000
  • Second Harvest - $5,000
  • San Jose Symphonic Choir - $2,500
  • St. Anthony - $10,000.
  • St. Johns Scholarship - $10,000
  • St. Pius Church - $1,000
  • Stanford Stroke Center - $15,000 
  • Steele Scholarship - $8,000
  • Ties to the World - $50,000
  • Utah Valley University Scholarship Fund - $40,000
  • VMC Contribution - $250
  • Women's Recovery Association - $1,000
  • Words Matter - $2,950
  • World Land Trust 2010 (for Guyra Paraguay - Sam Hagler) - $20,000

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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.