2011 Grants

Programmatic Giving: 

  • A Home Within - $100,000
  • Acumen Fund - $100,000
  • Alderman - $10,000
  • Benetech - $50,000
  • Beyond 12 - $150,000
  • Boys and Girls Club of the Penninsula - $1,000
  • BUILD - $100,000
  • BYU Peery Social Entrepreneurship Fellows  - $62,500
  • Canopy, Healthy Trees, Healthy Kids - $10,000
  • Citizen Schools - $145,000.
  • Collective Roots - $10,000
  • Community Enterprise Solutions - $100,000
  • Downtown Streets Team - $106,800
  • Dowser - $75,000
  • Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation - $200,000
  • East Palo Alto Kids Foundation - $2,500
  • Eastside College Preparatory School - $25,000
  • Embrace -  $100,000
  • EPA Police - $17,500
  • EPA Youth Court - $40,000
  • Equal Opportunity Schools - $100,000
  • FairTrade USA - $100,000
  • Family Independence Initiative (Fii) - $100,000
  • FCC San Jose DST - $15,000
  • Fight for Peace - $100,000
  • Fresh Lifelines for Youth (FLY) - $100,000
  • Fundación Paraguaya - $200,000
  • "Girls in the Forest" - $15,260
  • Global Citizen Year - $100,000
  • Glow Foundation -  $100,000
  • Great Nonprofits - $25,000
  • KickStart - $107,000
  • Kito - $5,000
  • Komaza - $100,000
  • Living Goods - $100,000
  • Lumni - $25,000
  • New Teacher Center - $57,100
  • Nuru International - $100,000
  • One Acre Fund - $100,000
  • Peery Immediate Response Program - $30,000
  • Peninsula Bridge - $5,000
  • Rocketship Education - $100,000.
  • Root Capital - $100,000
  • Samasource - $100,000
  • SMV Wheels - $5,000
  • Sonidos - $32,500
  • Spark Program - $100,000
  • Tipping Point Peer Grant - $100,000
  • TPW West - $50,000
  • University Of the Pacific, Ambassador Corps - $10,000
  • Upwardly Global - $100,000
  • VisionSpring - $100,000
  • Vittana - $100,000
  • Waste Ventures - $100,000
  • Waste Ventures Animation - $2,000
  • Youth Community Service - $10,000
  • Year Up San Francisco - $100,000
  • Youth Venture Bay Area - $50,000

Family Giving: 

  • Adolescent Counseling Services - $30,000
  • Alcatraz Swim - $1,000
  • Amador High School - $1,000
  • Anasazi - $20,000
  • Birch Creek Service Ranch - Jun 2011 $5,000
  • Boy Scouts, Red Wood City 2nd Ward - $615
  • Boy Scouts, Girls Camp Copes Course - $1,250
  • Brigham Young University Studies - $10,000
  • California Family Foundation - $30,000
  • Capital High, Steele Scholarship - $8,000
  • Carmel Point - $2,000
  • Christmas Bureau - $10,000
  • Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints - $1,051,000
  • Day Worker Center - $10,000
  • Deseret Trust Company - $370,000
  • DeWitt Scholarship - $10,000
  • First Congo - $20,000
  • Friends for Youth - $2,500
  • Fundación Dequení - $10,000
  • Given Tree - $1,000
  • Grace Lutheran - $1,000
  • Humanitarian Aid Relief Team - $8,000
  • Hoover Institution - $10,000
  • Japan Earthquake - $10,000
  • Junior Museum - $100,000
  • La Musica Lirics - $1,000
  • Little Kids Rock - $1,500
  • Marble Valley School - $10,000
  • Medford Schools Foundation - $1,000
  • More Good Foundation - $35,000
  • Palo Alto Art Center - $10,000
  • Palo Alto Library Foundation - $10,000
  • Palo Alto History Museum Micro-docs - $10,000
  • Palo Alto Weekly Holiday Fund - $10,000
  • Pacific Legal Foundation - $5,000
  • Packard Packard & Johnson - $10,000
  • Partners In Education - $5,000
  • Roadrunner Sports Club - $5,000
  • San Jose Mercury News - $1,000
  • San Jose Symphonic Choir - $2,500
  • Santa Clara Valley Medical Center Foundation - $500
  • Scouts, PA 1st Ward - $500
  • Shelter Network - $30,000
  • Somaly Mam Foundation-  $5,000
  • St. Anthony High School - $10,000
  • St. Francis Center - $25,000
  • St. Pius Church - $1,250
  • Stanford Stroke Center - $15,000
  • Summer Search Silicon Valley - $25,000
  • Teachers For A Better Belize - $5,000
  • Tulip L. Jones Women's Club - $1,000
  • University Club Scholarship Fund - $1,000
  • University Of the Pacific, Global Center for Social Entrepreneurship - $75,000
  • Utah Valley University Scholarships - $20,000
  • West Ridge Academy - $10,000
  • Youth Video Outreach Project - $2,500

2014  -  2013  -  2012  -  2010  -  2009  -  2008 

 

 

"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.