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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
PEAK Grantmaking Washington, DC, USA Discretionary 2021 $3,152 2021 Membership Dues
Philanthropy Northwest Seattle, WA, USA Discretionary 2021 $5,405 2021 Membership Dues
Philanthropy Southwest Dallas, TX, USA Discretionary 2021 $6,000 2021 Membership Dues
Public Policy Institute of California San Francisco, CA, USA Discretionary 2021 $10,000 To support the 2021 Speaker Series on California’s Future
Saint Anne's Church Nassau, The Bahamas Discretionary 2021 $60,000 Over two years to support social outreach activities to disadvantaged children and adults in Nassau, Bahamas
The Salvation Army - Bahamas Division Nassau, The Bahamas Discretionary 2021 $70,000 Over two years to provide individualized instruction and skills training to students with visual impairments
The Society for the Relief of Disabled Children Pokfulam, Hong Kong Discretionary 2021 $50,000 To subsidize genetic testing for children with disabilities
Youth Transition Funders Group Scarsdale, NY, USA Discretionary 2021 $5,000 2021 Membership Dues
Affordable Living for the Aging West Hollywood, CA, USA Elders 2021 $125,000 Over two years to provide low-income older adults with supportive housing and home-sharing options
Alzheimer's Family Services Center Huntington Beach, CA, USA Elders 2021 $75,000 To provide adult day programming and caregiver services to families impacted by dementia related illnesses
Banner Alzheimer's Foundation Phoenix, AZ, USA Elders 2021 $140,000 Over two years to provide culturally competent caregiving tools that serve Native American dementia patients
CAREGIVERS Volunteers Assisting the Elderly Ventura, CA, USA Elders 2021 $150,000 Over two years to provide trained volunteer support that enables homebound elders to live independently
Caring Across Generations New York, NY, USA Elders 2021 $500,000 Over two years to advance state and federal policies that support caregivers across the lifespan
Coastal Roots Farm Encinitas, CA, USA Elders 2021 $50,000 To nourish older adults with organic foods and foster intergenerational connections
Community Living Campaign San Francisco, CA, USA Elders 2021 $32,000 To provide basic necessities and community engagement through peer-led programming
Community Music Center San Francisco, CA, USA Elders 2021 $120,000 Over two years to foster community engagement and lifelong learning for older adults through choir participation
Contra Costa Senior Legal Services Concord, CA, USA Elders 2021 $135,000 Over two years to provide legal assistance to older adults with disabilities or experiencing poverty
Corporation for Supportive Housing Los Angeles, CA, USA Elders 2021 $450,000 Over two years to advance policies benefitting older adults who are homeless or unnecessarily institutionalized
Duet Partners In Health & Aging Inc. Phoenix, AZ, USA Elders 2021 $120,000 Over two years to provide volunteer-assisted transportation and support to homebound elders
Ecumenical Center San Antonio, TX, USA Elders 2021 $125,000 Over two years to provide mental health services to older adults in rural communities in south Texas