May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust


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Recent Grants

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In 2018, The May & Stanley Smith Charitable Trust awarded 139 grants totaling $18,857,130, with an average grant award size of $135,663 and an average annual grant payment of $78,720.

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
Marriott Foundation for People with Disabilities Bethesda, MD, USA Disabilities 2014 $200,000 Over two years to foster the employment of socio-economically disadvantaged transitioning youth with disabilities
National Ability Center Park City, UT, USA Disabilities 2014 $50,000 To provide sports, recreation, and educational programs for adults, families, and friends affected by a disability
National Organization on Disability New York, NY, USA Disabilities 2014 $400,000 Over two years to provide employer-driven job opportunities for people with disabilities
National Sports Center for the Disabled Denver, CO, USA Disabilities 2014 $80,000 Over two years to provide high quality accessible, adapted outdoor sports and therapeutic recreation programs
New Vista Las Vegas, NV, USA Disabilities 2014 $30,000 To provide social and recreational opportunities in the community for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities
Noah Homes Spring Valley, CA, USA Disabilities 2014 $35,000 To provide residential and support services for people with developmental disabilities
Outdoors For All Foundation Seattle, WA, USA Disabilities 2014 $100,000 Over two years to enrich the quality of life for adults with disabilities through outdoor recreation
PLAN Vancouver, BC, Canada Disabilities 2014 $100,000 To help families secure the future for their relative with a disability & provide peace of mind by cultivating social & care support networks
Rainbow Acres Camp Verde, AZ, USA Disabilities 2014 $70,000 Over two years to provide a residential and therapeutic care community for disabled
Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association Denver, CO, USA Disabilities 2014 $20,000 To provide education, resources, and support for people with Down syndrome and their families
Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center Phoenix, AZ, USA Disabilities 2014 $75,000 To provide vocational and life skills training and support for transitioning youth and adults with autism spectrum disorder
Special Olympics Arizona Inc Phoenix, AZ, USA Disabilities 2014 $75,000 To provide inclusive sports opportunities for adults with and without intellectual disabilities
Special Olympics Washington Seattle, WA, USA Disabilities 2014 $75,000 To provide inclusive sports opportunities for adults with and without intellectual disabilities
The Arc of San Antonio San Antonio, TX, USA Disabilities 2014 $100,000 To provide services and support for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities
The Arc of the United States Washington, DC, USA Disabilities 2014 $800,000 Over two years to empower aging caregivers to plan for future caregiving needs of adult children with intellectual and developmental disabilities
The Garth Homer Society Victoria, BC, Canada Disabilities 2014 $30,000 To provide supportive services focused on community inclusion and employment for adults with developmental and physical disabilities
The Lighthouse for the Blind, Inc Seattle, WA, USA Disabilities 2014 $40,000 To provide independent living support and services for adults who are deaf-blind
University of Victoria Victoria, BC, Canada Disabilities 2014 $140,000 Over two years to provide customized technologies to improve the quality of life for adults with physical and developmental disabilities
US Business Leadership Network Alexandria, VA, USA Disabilities 2014 $300,000 Over two years to support businesses in achieving disability inclusion in the workplace
Vista Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired Palo Alto, CA, USA Disabilities 2014 $30,000 To provide rehabilitation services and support to adults who are blind or visually impaired