Grants

Our Grantmaking in 2019

  • Total

    $60,240,000 through August 2019

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    Other

    0

    This amount represents our total giving for non-priority grantmaking which includes small and matching discretionary grant programs for board members, staff and members of the Hilton family.

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  • Program Area

    Catholic Education

    $2,700,000

    This amount represents our total giving for revitalizing Catholic schools serving low-income families.

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    Avoidable Blindness

    0

    This amount represents our total giving for preventing avoidable sight loss from cataracts and blinding trachoma.

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    Disaster Relief & Recovery

    0

    This amount represents our total giving for supporting disaster preparedness, relief, and long-term recovery.

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  • Program Area

    Multiple Sclerosis

    $2,200,000

    This amount represents our total giving for seeking a cure and improving quality of life for those who live with multiple sclerosis.

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  • Program Area

    Hospitality

    $3,250,000

    This amount represents our total giving for building career pathways for youth in the hospitality sector.

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    Catholic Sisters

    $13,300,000

    This amount represents our total giving for building a global Catholic sisterhood to advance human development.

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  • Program Area

    Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS

    $5,155,000

    This amount represents our total giving for the year to date for improving early childhood development outcomes for young children affected by HIV and AIDS.

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  • Program Area

    Substance Use Prevention

    $10,970,000

    This amount represents our total giving for youth substance use prevention and early intervention.

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    Homelessness

    $3,400,000

    This amount represents our total giving for ending chronic homelessness in Los Angeles County.

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  • Program Area

    Foster Youth

    $7,265,000

    This amount represents our total giving for the year to date for achieving healthy and productive lives for transition age youth in foster care.

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  • Program Area

    Safe Water

    $11,500,000

    This amount represents our total giving for increasing access to safe water for vulnerable and disadvantaged communities.

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  • Substance Use Prevention

  • Multiple Sclerosis

  • Avoidable Blindness

  • Hospitality

  • Disaster Relief & Recovery

  • Homelessness

  • Catholic Sisters

  • Catholic Education

  • Other

  • Young Children Affected by HIV and AIDS

  • Foster Youth

  • Safe Water

This total represents 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.

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  1. Netcentric Campaigns, Inc.

    $1,000,000 through August 2024

    To advance the network building approach in the district of Asutifi North, Ghana with potential for global replication. http://www.netcentriccampaigns.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: August 2019
  2. PATH

    $1,500,000 through August 2022

    To prepare for the commercialization launch of a chlorine generator technology. http://www.path.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: August 2019
  3. Millennium Water Alliance

    $7,500,000 through March 2024

    To launch a collective impact initiative for achieving safe water coverage across three woredas in Ethiopia. https://www.mwawater.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: March 2019
  4. Catholic Relief Services

    $1,500,000 through March 2022

    To implement WASH services for schools and healthcare facilities in Banfora, Burkina Faso. http://www.crs.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: March 2019
  5. PATH

    $50,000 through May 2019

    to extend the evaluation of the Safistation to inform a market-entry and commercialization strategy. http://www.path.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: February 2019
  6. Jibu, L3C

    $250,000 through December 2019

    To develop a customer engagement program for a safe water franchise model in Uganda. https://jibuco.com

    Safe Water International Awarded: November 2018
  7. Water4, Inc.

    $500,000 through December 2020

    To develop and implement a Safe Water Enterprise model in Wassa East, Ghana. www.water4.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: November 2018
  8. WSUP Advisory CIC

    $3,000,000 through November 2022

    To support the Mid-Western Umbrella of Water and Sewage in Uganda to play its new role as a Water Authority for 800,000 people. http://www.wsup.com

    Safe Water International Awarded: November 2018
  9. Splash International

    $2,000,000 through November 2022

    To refine and implement a WASH in Schools model in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. https://www.splash.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: November 2018
  10. World Vision

    $3,000,000 through November 2022

    To implement rural sustainable WASH services in the district-based program of Asutifi North in Ghana. http://www.worldvision.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: November 2018
  11. WaterAid America, Inc.

    $100,000 through March 2020

    To test a new handpump riser pipe technology to improve quality of water services in Uganda. http://www.wateraidamerica.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: November 2018
  12. Envicom Corporation

    $21,000 through September 2019

    To provide geospatial support services for clean water in the district-based program of Asutifi North, Ghana. http://www.envicomcorporation.com

    Safe Water International Awarded: August 2018
  13. Stanford University

    $1,684,000 through August 2021

    To test and assess promising strategies for improving WASH services grounded in empirical evidence. https://www.stanford.edu

    Safe Water International Awarded: August 2018
  14. WaterAid America, Inc.

    $100,000 through January 2019

    To build on lessons and plan for the next phase of WASH in health care facilities program in Mali. http://www.wateraidamerica.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: July 2018
  15. Global Water Challenge

    $10,000 through June 2019

    To study the feasibility of a water insurance scheme for rural managed water systems. http://www.globalwaterchallenge.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: June 2018
  16. Rotarian Safe Water & Sanitation Foundation, Inc.

    $10,000 through August 2018

    To support the World Water Summit 10. http://www.wasragfoundation.org

    Safe Water International Awarded: May 2018
  17. Stanford University

    $1,934,000 through December 2021

    to finalize and implement the Safe Water Monitoring, Evaluation and Leaning program https://www.stanford.edu

    Safe Water International Awarded: March 2018
  18. IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre

    $7,635,000 through December 2021

    to strengthen governance systems of district-based programs and facilitate monitoring and learning efforts to achieve safe, affordable and reliable water across six countries. http://www.irc.nl

    Safe Water International Awarded: March 2018
  19. WSUP Advisory CIC

    $284,000 through December 2018

    to provide support to the mid-western umbrella of water and sewage in Uganda, so it may play its new role as a water authority. http://www.wsup.com

    Safe Water International Awarded: November 2017
  20. Desert Research Institute

    $100,000 through December 2018

    to address issues related to sustainable groundwater development. www.dri.edu

    Safe Water International Awarded: November 2017