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Recent Grants

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In 2021, The May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust awarded 188 grants totaling $24,189,378, with an average grant award size of $128,667 and an average annual grant payment of $79,272.

The list below details all grants approved since 2014, representing the Trust’s current interests. The list can be filtered by Funding Priority.

Organization Location Program Year Amount Purpose
Bridges from School to Work Bethesda, MD, USA Disabilities 2022 $200,000 Over two years to transform the lives of young adults with disabilities through employment
HCC Foundation Houston, TX, USA Disabilities 2022 $100,000 Over two years to provide post-secondary transition programs and support services for individuals with IDD
Jewish Family Service (Houston, TX) Houston, TX, USA Disabilities 2022 $300,000 Over two years to provide life skills training and supported employment opportunities to adults with disabilities, and ongoing family support
Lanakila Pacific Honolulu, HI, USA Disabilities 2022 $50,000 To provide services and supports for adults with disabilities to enhance employment opportunities, community inclusion, and overall quality of life
National Sports Center for the Disabled Denver, CO, USA Disabilities 2022 $40,000 To provide high quality accessible, adaptive outdoor sports and therapeutic recreation programs to individuals living with disabilities
Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association Denver, CO, USA Disabilities 2022 $100,000 Over two years to provide continuing education opportunities for adults with Down syndrome
Special Olympics Washington Seattle, WA, USA Disabilities 2022 $75,000 To provide inclusive sports and recreation opportunities for adults with intellectual disabilities
The Arc California Sacramento, CA, USA Disabilities 2022 $200,000 Over two years to advocate for and protect the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and support their full inclusion in the community
World Institute on Disability Berkeley, CA, USA Disabilities 2022 $125,000 To provide self-directed, online planning tools and information on employment, health coverage options, disability benefits, and community living
Albuquerque Community Foundation Albuquerque, NM, USA Discretionary 2022 $85,000 To support wildfire relief and recovery efforts in New Mexico
Las Vegas New Mexico Community Foundation Las Vegas, NM, USA Discretionary 2022 $15,000 To support wildfire relief and recovery efforts in Mora and San Miguel counties, New Mexico
Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium Anchorage, AK, USA Elders 2022 $121,000 Over two years to develop Alaska Native Life Planning Guide to address LTC needs of Alaska Native elders
Center for Health Care Strategies Hamilton, NJ, USA Elders 2022 $100,000 To support multi-state learning collaborative to catalyze development of Master Plans for Aging in new states
Diverse Elders Coalition New York, NY, USA Elders 2022 $200,000 Over two years to increase cultural competency of organizations serving diverse elders and their caregivers
Marin Humane Society Novato, CA, USA Elders 2022 $60,000 Over two years to improve the health and quality of life of low-income seniors through pet care support
The SCAN Foundation Long Beach, CA, USA Elders 2022 $300,000 Over two years to support California’s implementation of its statewide Master Plan on Aging
Village Movement California San Francisco, CA, USA Elders 2022 $50,000 To expand the Village Movement model to additional communities across California
Alliance for Children's Rights Los Angeles, CA, USA Foster Youth 2022 $250,000 Over two years to ensure LA’s foster youth have access to stable homes, health care, and education
Court Appointed Special Advocates of Travis County Austin, TX, USA Foster Youth 2022 $100,000 Over two years to support Travis County youth transitioning out of the foster care system
Family Builders Oakland, CA, USA Foster Youth 2022 $100,000 Over two years to support foster and adoptive families and youth in the Bay Area