293 transactions on record as a recipient.

Ordered By: Year (Newer to Older)

#
Donor
Recipient
Amount
Year
Link
151Foundation for Economic EducationInstitute for Humane Studies$3,3842009+
152DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$1002009+
153DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$1002009+
154DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$1002009+
155DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$2502009+
156DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$1,0002009+
157DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$1,0002009+
158DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$1,0002009+
159DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$2,5002009+
160DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$5,0002009+
161DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$5,0002009+
162DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$8,0002009+
163The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$5,0002009+
164The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$20,0002009+
165Walton Family FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$40,0002009+
166Charles G. Koch Charitable FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$1,169,0002008+
167Donors Capital FundInstitute for Humane Studies$747,5862008+
168Dorothy D. and Joseph A. Moller FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$72,0002008+
169Lowndes FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$10,0002008+
170Pierre F. and Enid Goodrich FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$30,0002008+
171The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$30,0002008+
172The Carthage FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$50,0002008+
173The Roe FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$25,0002008+
174DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$1,0002008+
175DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$18,2002008+
176Lovett and Ruth Peters FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$10,0002008+
177Foundation for Economic EducationInstitute for Humane Studies$6,7012008+
178Walton Family FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$40,0002008+
179Charles G. Koch Charitable FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$885,0002007+
180Donors Capital FundInstitute for Humane Studies$1,088,0002007+
181Dorothy D. and Joseph A. Moller FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$15,0002007+
182Lowndes FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$10,0002007+
183Pierre F. and Enid Goodrich FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$65,0002007+
184The Roe FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$25,0002007+
185Walton Family FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$40,0002007+
186The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$15,0002007+
187The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$25,0002007+
188F.M. Kirby FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$20,0002007+
189DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$10,5502007+
190Lovett and Ruth Peters FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$10,0002007+
191Foundation for Economic EducationInstitute for Humane Studies$8,1502007+
192Charles G. Koch Charitable FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$1,082,0002006+
193DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$18,4502006+
194Lowndes FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$5,0002006+
195Pierre F. and Enid Goodrich FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$30,0002006+
196The Roe FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$2,5002006+
197Walton Family FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$40,0002006+
198The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$15,0002006+
199The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$20,0002006+
200Ruth & Lovett Peters FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$10,0002006+
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