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Grants in 2009

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Please Note: The Glaser Progress Foundation does not accept
grant proposals or solicitations for the Directed program area.

American Civil Liberties Union, New York, NY

$25,000, National Security Program
To challenge unlawful government policies and practices, raise awareness
about executive branch abuses of power and restore core constitutional
rights through the use of litigation, advocacy and public education

College Access Now, Seattle, WA

$25,000, General Support
To support making college admission possible for talented, motivated and economically disadvantaged students

Conservation International, Washington, DC

$25,000, General Support
To maintian the Earth's natural heritage for future generations

Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America, Seattle, WA

$5,000, General Support
For finding the cure for Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis

Ethical Culture Fieldston School, New York, NY

$3,000, General Support
To promote ethical learning, academic excellence and progressive education

First Place School, Seattle, WA

$1,000, General Support
To promote educating and nurturing children whose families struggle with the risk or reality of homelessness

Islandwood, Bainbridge, WA

$6,750, General Support
To support lifelong environmental and community stewardship

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Seattle, WA

$5,000, General Support
To promote finding a cure for leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma, and to improving the quality of life of patients and their families

Moyer Foundation, Seattle, WA

$5,000, General Support
To provide help for children in distress

Seattle Foundation, Seattle, WA

$5,000, Event Sponsorship
To support the Global Washington Conference

University of Washington Foundation, Seattle, WA

$25,000, General Support
For the Early Childhood Initiative

World Affairs Council, Seattle, WA

$1,500, Event Sponsorhip
In support of the January 28, 2009 Paul Krugman Lecture

World Affairs Council, Seattle, WA

$1,000, Event Sponsorhip
In support of the October 15, 2009 Nicholas Kristof Lecture

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