Programmatic Giving:

  • 10 Books A Home - $75,000
  • A Home Within - $30,000
  • Able Works - $25,000
  • All Five - $50,000
  • All Students Matter - $5,000
  • Alpha Public Schools - $100,000
  • At the Crossroads - $75,000
  • Beyond 12 - $100,000
  • BOMA Project - $127,500
  • Boys & Girls Club of the Peninsula - $75,000
  • Braven - $75,000
  • Bridge International Academies - $100,000
  • Canopy - $15,000
  • CASSY - $100,000
  • Columba Leadership - $30,000
  • Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto - $100,000
  • D-Prize - $50,000
  • D-Rev - $35,000
  • Defy Ventures - $100,000
  • Downtown Streets Team - $250,000
  • East Palo Alto Academy (EPAA) - $35,000
  • East Palo Alto Charter School (EPACS) - $50,000
  • East Palo Alto Phoenix Academy (EPAPA) - $50,000
  • East Palo Alto Police Officers Association - $5,000
  • Eastside College Preparatory School - $75,000
  • Ecumenical Hunger Program (EHP) - $5,000
  • Educate! - $100,000
  • Equal Opportunity Schools - $100,000
  • First Place for Youth - $100,000
  • Foundation for a College Education - $50,000
  • Fundación Paraguaya - $175,000
  • Genesys Works - $125,000
  • GrantAdvisors - $50,000
  • Laboratoria - $50,000
  • Last Mile Health - $101,000
  • Lava Mae - $100,000
  • Live in Peace - $25,000
  • Living Goods - $250,000
  • Medha - $37,000
  • Medic Mobile - $250,000
  • Millenium School - $50,000
  • Music in the Schools Foundation - $15,000
  • myAgro Farms - $250,000
  • Namati - $100,250
  • New Profit - $200,000
  • Nexus Youth Summit - $15,000
  • Philanthropic Ventures Foundation - $100,000
  • Playworks - $100,000
  • Proximity Designs - $100,000
  • Ravenswood Education Foundation - $150,000
  • San Francisco 49ers Academy - $50,000
  • Sanergy - $100,000
  • Sequoia Union High School District - $50,000
  • Silicon Valley Urban Debate League - $50,000
  • Spark Microgrants - $103,500
  • StarVista - $44,400
  • STiR - $100,500
  • StreetCode Academy - $35,000
  • StrongMinds - $100,000
  • uAspire - $125,000
  • Vida Verde Nature Education - $150,000
  • VisionSpring - $250,500
  • WAVE - $75,000

Family Giving

  • Ada's Cafe - $7,500
  • Adolescent Counseling Services - $25,000
  • Anasazi Foundation - $15,000
  • Aspire Public Schools - $2,000,000
  • Bainbridge Island Little League - $2,500
  • Bichons and Buddies - $10,000
  • Big Sur Fire Brigade - $10,000
  • Boise Public Schools Education Foundation - $8,000
  • Canary Foundation - $2,500
  • Capital High School - $8,000
  • Carmel River Watershed Conservancy - $1,000
  • Charity Anywhere Foundation - $12,000
  • Children's Hospital Trust - $50,000
  • Christmas Bureau of Palo Alto - $10,000
  • Creative Visions Foundation - $1,200
  • Days for Girls - $10,000
  • Fight the New Drug - $250,000
  • First Christian Church of San Jose - $25,000
  • Foundation for Religious Diplomacy - $2,000
  • Fundación Dequení - $5,000
  • HomeFirst - $1,000
  • Hoover Institution - $10,000
  • Kaeme Foundation - $7,500
  • Landwatch Monterey County - $50,000
  • Lewis & Clark - $10,000
  • Montessori Country School - $50,000
  • More Good Foundation - $25,000
  • Norcal Crew - $250
  • Owen's Playground - $50,000
  • Pacific Skyline Council, Boy Scouts of America - $1,500
  • Palo Alto Art Center - $45,000
  • Palo Alto History Museum - $50,000
  • Palo Alto Police Department - $7,500
  • Palo Alto Weekly Holiday Fund - $10,000
  • Palo Alto Weekly Holiday Fund - $10,000
  • Partners in Education (PiE) - $10,000
  • Pinewood School - $10,000
  • Pinewood School - $50,000
  • Rising Star Outreach - $150,000
  • Ronald McNair Academy - $5,000
  • San Jose Symphonic Choir - $10,000
  • Sonidos de la Tierra - $41,000
  • St. Anthony High School - $7,500
  • St. John's High School - $2,500
  • St. Vincent de Paul Catherine's Center - $10,000
  • Stanford Athletic Center - $20,000
  • Stanford Hospital & Clinics - $250,000
  • That's Amore Charitable Foundation - $15,000
  • The Bridge Restoration Ministry - $15,000
  • Treehouse - $1,000
  • UVU Strengthening Families Program - $10,000
  • Your Words Matter - $6,000



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"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 philanthropic interests and community affiliations of the Peery Family. 

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