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
Children's Rights New York, NY, USA Foster Youth 2019 $200,000 Over two years to ensure LGBTQ youth are safe and supported when in out-of-home care
Denver Indian Family Resource Center Denver, CO, USA Foster Youth 2019 $100,000 Over two years to support vulnerable Native American families and prevent child welfare involvement
Extraordinary Families Los Angeles, CA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $125,000 To recruit and support families for foster youth and support youth aging out of foster care
First Place for Youth Oakland, CA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $250,000 Over two years to provide housing and wraparound services to youth transitioning from foster care
FosterClub Seaside, OR, USA Foster Youth 2019 $250,000 Over two years to support former foster youth to access and maintain health care coverage
Fostering Media Connections Los Angeles, CA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $120,000 Over two years to use solution-based journalism to advance child welfare reform
Friends of the Children - National Office Portland, OR, USA Foster Youth 2019 $200,000 Over two years to provide long-term one-on-one mentoring and support to at-risk youth and families
Friends of the Children Seattle Seattle, WA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $130,000 Over two years to provide long-term mentoring for at-risk children in King County, WA
Homeless Youth Alliance San Francisco, CA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $80,000 Over two years to provide supportive services to homeless youth in San Francisco
Immigrant Legal Resource Center San Francisco, CA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $50,000 To support immigrant children and families within the child welfare system
John Burton Advocates for Youth San Francisco, CA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $250,000 Over two years to assist California's foster and homeless youth access education, housing, and health care
Juma Ventures San Francisco, CA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $100,000 To help foster youth gain job experience and prepare them for careers
Kindering Bellevue, WA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $80,000 Over two years to support the social and emotional development of infants and toddlers in foster care
Law Foundation of Silicon Valley San Jose, CA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $150,000 Over two years to provide legal education and free civil legal services for transition-age foster youth
Legal Services for Children San Francisco, CA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $250,000 Over two years to provide free legal representation and social work services to children and youth
Mountain Home Montana Inc. Missoula, MT, USA Foster Youth 2019 $40,000 To support young mothers and their children who are at risk of child welfare involvement
New Avenues for Youth Portland, OR, USA Foster Youth 2019 $100,000 To support youth who are experiencing or at risk of homelessness in Portland, OR
New Door Ventures San Francisco, CA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $250,000 Over two years to prepare youth for success in work and life through jobs, job training, and case management
Pivotal San Jose, CA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $250,000 Over two years to support foster youth to graduate from high school, gain meaningful work experience, and enroll in post-secondary education
Ryther Seattle, WA, USA Foster Youth 2019 $40,000 To provide intensive mental health services to help children heal from past abuse or neglect