93 transactions on record as a recipient.

Ordered By: Year (Newer to Older)

#
Donor
Recipient
Amount
Year
Link
1The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$15,0002013+
2Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$150,0002012+
3Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$200,0002012+
4Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$50,0002012+
5Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$100,0002012+
6Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$5002012+
7Stuart Family FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$75,0002012+
8The Randolph FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$20,0002012+
9The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$10,0002012+
10Paul E. Singer FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$370,0002011+
11Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$75,0002011+
12Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$250,0002011+
13Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$5002011+
14Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$98,0002011+
15Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$105,0002011+
16The Randolph FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$25,0002011+
17Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$50,0002011+
18Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$100,0002011+
19The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$15,0002011+
20Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$50,0002010+
21Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$100,0002010+
22Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$5002010+
23Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$37,5002010+
24Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$75,0002010+
25Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$50,0002009+
26Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$100,0002009+
27Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$5002009+
28Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$40,0002009+
29Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$75,0002009+
30Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$85,6752009+
31The Randolph FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$10,0002009+
32The Randolph FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$25,0002009+
33The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$25,0002009+
34Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$110,0002008+
35Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$116,0002008+
36The Randolph FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$7,5002008+
37The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$25,0002008+
38Stuart Family FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$7002008+
39Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$50,0002007+
40Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$60,0002007+
41Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$5002007+
42Smith Richardson FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$5002007+
43The Randolph FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$10,0002007+
44Stuart Family FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$6702007+
45Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$50,0002006+
46Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$60,0002006+
47The Randolph FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$2,5002006+
48William H. Donner FoundationCouncil on Foreign Relations$25,0002006+
49Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$50,0002005+
50Exxon MobilCouncil on Foreign Relations$60,0002005+
The transactions in Conservative Transparency are based on information reported by the donors and exclude 'dark money' raised by the recipients from unknown donors that are not in the database. For more information about our methodology, visit our about page.