293 transactions on record as a recipient.

Ordered By: Year (Newer to Older)

#
Donor
Recipient
Amount
Year
Link
201Foundation for Economic EducationInstitute for Humane Studies$7,3942006+
202DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$13,7502005+
203Lowndes FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$1,0002005+
204Pierre F. and Enid Goodrich FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$25,0002005+
205The Roe FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$2,5002005+
206Walton Family FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$40,0002005+
207The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$15,0002005+
208F.M. Kirby FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$17,5002005+
209Ruth & Lovett Peters FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$5,0002005+
210Foundation for Economic EducationInstitute for Humane Studies$3,4922005+
211Cato InstituteInstitute for Humane Studies$1,0002005+
212Charlotte and Walter Kohler Charitable TrustInstitute for Humane Studies$275,0002004+
213Donors Capital FundInstitute for Humane Studies$5,0002004+
214DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$5,3502004+
215Pierre F. and Enid Goodrich FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$25,0002004+
216The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$15,0002004+
217The Roe FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$2,5002004+
218Walton Family FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$40,0002004+
219Ruth & Lovett Peters FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$5,0002004+
220Charles G. Koch Charitable FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$7,4572003+
221Charles G. Koch Charitable FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$15,0002003+
222Donors Capital FundInstitute for Humane Studies$2,5002003+
223Pierre F. and Enid Goodrich FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$45,0002003+
224The Roe FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$2,5002003+
225Walton Family FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$40,0002003+
226The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$15,0002003+
227F.M. Kirby FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$15,0002003+
228Cato InstituteInstitute for Humane Studies$1,0002003+
229Aequus InstituteInstitute for Humane Studies$5,0002002+
230Charlotte and Walter Kohler Charitable TrustInstitute for Humane Studies$100,0002002+
231Chase Foundation of VirginiaInstitute for Humane Studies$10,0002002+
232Charles G. Koch Charitable FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$334,0002002+
233DonorsTrustInstitute for Humane Studies$3,0002002+
234Pierre F. and Enid Goodrich FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$15,0002002+
235Walton Family FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$40,0002002+
236The Roe FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$2,5002002+
237Aequus InstituteInstitute for Humane Studies$5,0002001+
238Chase Foundation of VirginiaInstitute for Humane Studies$8,0002001+
239Pierre F. and Enid Goodrich FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$15,0002001+
240The Roe FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$2,5002001+
241Walton Family FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$40,0002001+
242David H. Koch Charitable FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$600,0002001+
243The Roe FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$1,5002000+
244Walton Family FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$40,0002000+
245The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$25,0002000+
246David H. Koch Charitable FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$200,0002000+
247Charles G. Koch Charitable FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$200,0001999+
248Jaquelin Hume FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$110,0001999+
249The Roe FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$1,5001999+
250The Lynde and Harry Bradley FoundationInstitute for Humane Studies$25,0001999+
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