National Opinion Research Center$2,350,000 through December, 2021
To expand training and the effective implementation of adolescent SBIRT for social work and nursing students and other youth professionals.
C4 Innovations, LLC$50,000 through December, 2018
To continue the development of strategies to engage youth in design and implementation of SBIRT including opportunities to inform SUP strategy recommendations.
School-Based Health Alliance$50,000 through October, 2018
To convene grantees and stakeholders implementing SBIRT in schools to share learnings, evaluate progress, and develop unified vision for increasing impact.
National Academy of Sciences$200,000 through May, 2020
To support the Forum on Promoting Children’s Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Health to advance the implementation of prevention and intervention approaches for children and adolescents.
National Association of Counties Research Foundation$125,000 through October, 2019
to convene experts and elected local officials to identify county level responses for improving access to substance use prevention practices as core component of addressing substance use disorders.
Trust for America's Health$350,000 through January, 2020
to conduct a set of activities to advance prevention and early intervention as part of a broader set of state and community-based efforts to engage schools, hospitals and policy makers in addressing youth substance misuse.
Public Health Institute$400,000 through October, 2020
to conduct research and analysis and provide technical assistance to local jurisdictions in California to develop local public health policies regarding marijuana legalization that promote evidence-based prevention approaches and minimize harm to youth.
George Washington University$25,000 through February, 2019
to convene meeting of experts on Accountable Communities for Health (ACH) and Substance Use Disorders.
YouthBuild USA, Inc.$250,000 through October, 2018
to support expansion of SBIRT as workforce development for youth.
Doctors for America$50,000 through September, 2018
to conduct policy and advocacy activities to promote prevention and SBIRT recommendations included in Surgeon General report on addiction.
Click on the diagram sections for information specific to each of our program areas listed below.View grantmaking in 2020
This amount represents grantmaking within our Avoidable Blindness program
This amount represents grantmaking within our Catholic Sisters programAbout Program
This amount represents grantmaking within our Global Early Childhood Development programAbout Program
This amount represents grantmaking within our Foster Youth programAbout Program
This amount represents grantmaking within our Homelessness programAbout Program
This amount represents grantmaking within our Opportunity Youth programAbout Program
This amount represents total giving towards non-priority grantmaking which includes small and matching discretionary grant programs for board members, staff and members of the Hilton family.
This amount represents total giving towards Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize laureates.About Hilton Humanitarian Prize
This amount represents grantmaking within our Safe Water programAbout Program
This amount represents grantmaking within our Substance Use Prevention programAbout Program
This amount represents total giving towards supporting disaster preparedness, relief, and long-term recovery.About Program
This amount represents grantmaking within our Refugees programAbout Program
This amount represents grantmaking within our Partnerships portfolioAbout our partners
The amount represents grantmaking related to issue areas of interest to Barron Hilton and the Hilton family
This amount represents general operating support grants awarded to organizations led by under-represented populations
- Avoidable Blindness
- Catholic Sisters
- Global Early Childhood Development
- Foster Youth
- Opportunity Youth
- Hilton Humanitarian Prize
- Safe Water
- Substance Use Prevention
- Disaster Relief & Recovery
- Equity Fund
This total represents approved grant payment activity during the selected fiscal year. However, approximately 90% of the money awarded in our program areas is part of multi-year commitments, so a grant may appear in multiple years of activity. The list below provides additional information about specific projects approved and/or paid during the fiscal year selected, including the project start date and the length of our commitment.