Unique recipients Found353
Number of Contributions Sorted624
Total Value of Contributions$34,340,138
Ordered BySum (High to Low)
Year2012
#
Top recipients
Transactions on Record
Total Value of Contributions
1Charter School Growth Fund1$3,000,000
2Institute for Educational Advancement4$1,974,000
3DonorsTrust7$1,006,565
4Encounter for Culture and Education9$1,000,000
5Hudson Institute10$780,000
6Legacy Foundation4$585,000
7Sand County Foundation1$575,000
8American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research5$570,000
9UWM Foundation Inc.3$560,500
10Center for Neighborhood Enterprise2$500,000
11American Majority7$465,000
12Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies7$395,000
13Wisconsin Institute for Law & Liberty2$375,000
14Wisconsin Policy Research Institute2$375,000
15Rocketship Education1$375,000
16National Strategy Information Center4$335,000
17Work First Foundation4$325,000
18Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra1$325,000
19School Choice Wisconsin3$300,000
20Institute for American Values4$300,000
21Employment Policies Institute3$300,000
22M.H.S. Inc.- Messmer Catholic Schools2$275,000
23German Marshall Fund of the United States3$275,000
24Manhattan Institute for Policy Research6$270,000
25David Horowitz Freedom Center5$265,000
26Philanthropy Roundtable3$260,000
27Media Research Center2$260,000
28Bradley Prize Recipient - William H. Mellor1$250,000
29Center for America4$250,000
30National Chamber Foundation3$250,000
31Partners Advancing Values in Education2$250,000
32Bradley Prize Recipient - Edwin J. Feulner1$250,000
33Bradley Prize Recipient - Nicholas Eberstandt1$250,000
34Competitive Enterprise Institute3$240,000
35Franklin Center for Government & Public Integrity3$240,000
36The Heritage Foundation3$230,000
37Ethics and Public Policy Center3$225,000
38Intercollegiate Studies Institute3$210,000
39Partnership for America Foundation2$200,000
40WMC Foundation2$200,000
41Foundation for Cultural Review4$200,000
42The University of Chicago10$195,000
43Institute For Foreign Policy Analysis3$195,000
44Hoover Institution on War Revolution and Peace4$190,000
45John K. MacIver Institute for Public Policy3$190,000
46University of Wisconsin–Madison6$189,000
47Jack Miller Center3$187,500
48EconomicsWisconsin4$185,000
49The Witherspoon Institute7$180,000
50National Bureau of Asian Research2$175,000
The contributions documented in Conservative Transparency are based on a review of publicly available filings with the Internal Revenue Service and Federal Election Commission, as well as state-level data from a variety of sources. For more information about our methodology, visit our about page.