Programmatic Giving:

  • 10 Books A Home - $50,000
  • Able Works (Future Profits Program) - $20,000
  • All Five - $30,000
  • Alpha Public Schools - $100,000
  • Beyond 12 - $100,000
  • BOMA Project - $100,000
  • Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula - $75,000
  • Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula (MyLife Program) - $75,000
  • Braven - $75,000
  • CASSY - $75,000
  • Citizen Schools California - $50,000
  • Community Legal Services in EPA - $50,000
  • Creative Montessori Learning Center - $5,000
  • D-Prize - $50,000
  • D-Rev - $25,000
  • Defy Ventures - $75,000
  • Downtown Streets Team - $250,000
  • Draper Richards Kaplan Foundation - $200,000
  • EPA Academy - $25,000
  • EPA  Charter School (EPACS) - $50,000
  • EPA  Charter School (EPACS) - $35,000
  • EPA Phoenix Academy - $50,000
  • EPA Phoenix Academy -$35,000
  • EPA Police Officers Association (EPAPOA) - $5,000
  • EPA Youth Court - $10,000
  • Eastside College Preparatory School - $75,000
  • Educate! - $50,000
  • Embrace - $50,000
  • Equal Opportunity Schools - $100,000
  • Fair Employment Agency - $25,000
  • Family Independence Initiative - $100,000
  • First Place for Youth - $100,000
  • Foundation for a College Education - $25,000
  • Foundation for a College Education - $25,000
  • Fresh Lifelines for Youth - $100,000
  • Fundación Paraguaya - $125,000
  • Genesys Works - $100,000
  • GrantAdvisors - $50,000
  • Grupo Palo Alto - $20,000
  • Jacaranda Health - $100,000
  • Last Mile Health - $100,000
  • Living Goods - $250,000
  • Medha - $25,000
  • Medic Mobile - $250,000
  • Medic Mobile - $35,000
  • Monterey Institute for International Studies - $10,000
  • Music in the Schools Foundation - $30,000
  • Muso - $35,000
  • MyAgro Farms - $250,000 
  • Namati - $50,000
  • New Leaders - $100,000
  • New Profit - $200,000
  • Nuru International - $100,000
  • One Acre Fund - $100,000
  • One East Palo Alto (YESS Collaborative)- $10,800
  • "Rescue Housing Fund" via PVF - $100,000
  • Playworks - $100,000
  • Power to the People - $10,000 
  • Ravenswood City School District - $140,000
  • Ravenswood Education Foundation (HS Transition)- $50,000
  • Ravenswood Education Foundation (Makerspace)- $100,000
  • Ravenswood Education Foundation - $100,000
  • Sanergy - $100,000
  • Sanergy - $4,000
  • Sequoia Union High School District - $25,000
  • Silicon Valley Urban Debate League - $25,000
  • Spark Microgrants - $25,000
  • Spark Program - $50,000
  • StarVista - $100,000
  • STiR - $100,000
  • StrongMinds - $100,000
  • The Learning Shelter - $3,000
  • Tipping Point Community - $100,000
  • uAspire - $100,000
  • uAspire - $1,500
  • VisionSpring - $100,000
  • WAVE - $75,000

Family Giving

  • Adolescent Counseling Services - $25,000
  • Arthritis Foundation - $500
  • Aspire Public Schools - $1,050,000
  • Avenidas - $10,000
  • Azariah Foundation - $75,000
  • Bichons and Buddies - $5,000
  • Boise Public Schools Education Foundation - $8,000
  • Boy Scouts of America - $500
  • Carmel River Watershed Conservancy - $3,000
  • Children's Hospital Trust - $25,000
  • Christmas Bureau of Palo Alto - $10,000
  • Church of Jesus Christ LDS - $4,000
  • Collective Roots - $10,000
  • Fight the New Drug - $250,000
  • First Christian Church of San Jose - $25,000
  • Foundation for a College Education - $5,000
  • Fundación Dequení - $5,000
  • Fundación Permanecer - $5,000
  • Hoover Institution - $10,000
  • Hydrocephalus Association - $1,000
  • In Parenthesis, Inc - $5,000
  • InnVision Shelter Network - $30,000
  • Institute for the Future - $3,000
  • Kaeme Foundation - $2,000
  • Keter Foundation - $10,000
  • Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of America - $250
  • Lift Up Africa - $6,000
  • More Good Foundation - $36,000
  • Pacific Island Knowledge  2 Action Resources (PIK2AR) - $3,000
  • Pacific Legal Foundation - $5,000
  • Pacific Skyline Council, Boy Scouts of America - $10,000
  • Palo Alto Community Fund - $10,000
  • Palo Alto Unified School District - $5,000
  • Palo Alto Unified School District - $24,000,000
  • Partners in Education - $10,000
  • Pinewood School - $10,000
  • Pinewood School - $4,500
  • Pinewood School - $50,000
  • Pinewood School - $1,000
  • Presidio Classical Concerts - $2,000
  • Ravenswood Education Foundation - $2,500
  • Ravenswood Family Health Center - $500,000
  • Rebuilding Together Silicon Valley - $5,000
  • San Jose Symphonic Choir - $2,500
  • Sonidos de la Tierra - $41,000
  • St. John's High School - $10,000
  • Stanford Athletic Department - $20,000
  • Stanford Hospital & Clinics - $250,000
  • Stanford Stroke Center - $15,000
  • The Bridge Restoration Ministry - $15,000
  • Utah Valley University (fka UVSC) - $20,000
  • Utah Valley University Foundation - $20,000
  • Valparaiso 1st Ward - $100
  • Your Words Matter - $10,000



2014 - 2013 - 2012 - 2011 - 2010 - 2009 - 2008

 

"Programmatic Giving" refers to our Local, Regional, 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.