Non-profit

Mangrove Foundation

Atlantic Philanthropies (link)
Location:

Hamilton, Bermuda

Tax ID:

98-0216844

Tax-Exempt Status:

501(c)(4)

Budget (2017):

Expenses: $12,451,547
Assets: $1

The Mangrove Foundation is a subsidiary of the Atlantic Philanthropies, a private foundation created in 1982 by Irish-American businessman Chuck Feeney. The Atlantic Philanthropies focuses its giving on health, social, and politically liberal public policy causes in Australia, Bermuda, Ireland, South Africa, the United States, and Vietnam.

Funding

Grants from Mangrove Foundation

The following are grants from the Mangrove Foundation through 2016: [1]

YearRecipient NameGrant AmountGrant Description
2017Green For All$500,000 To improve educational and long-term employment outcomes for low-income youth of color and expand and diversify the health care workforce by providing intensive technology and coding skills training to Linked Learning health career pathway students in Oakland, California
2016Arizona Capital Representation$100,000 To reduce death sentences and executions in Arizona through case consulting, direct representation, and training
2016BOLD c/o Praxis Project$58,000 To create a pipeline and network of visionary, racially diverse leaders to challenge and advance comprehensive solutions to anti-black racism and structural inequality by developing the Atlantic Fellows program for Racial Equity at Columbia University
2016Bridgespan Group$4,000,000 To execute a five-year initiative that will dramatically increase the number of philanthropic big bets on social change. This grant is one of a cluster of four focused on active curation of Atlantic's learning and experience
2016Brooklyn Film Networks$100,000 To produce short documentary films about the scope and impact of Atlantic's 30-year plus years of grantmaking in the United States and the values and giving philosophy of Chuck Geeney
2016Center for Community Change$42,000 To prepare for creating a pipeline and network of visionary, racially diverse leaders to challenge and advance comprehensive solutions to anti-black racism and structural inequality
2016Center for Community Change Action$1,500,000 To improve the lives of vulnerable people through a capital grant to enable the Center for Community Change Action to purchase its building, generate ongoing funds for use in advocacy, enable incubation of progressive organizations and provide convening
2016Center on Budget and Policy Priorities$3,500,000 To support the launch of a new, in-house institute to develop in-depth, long-term solutions to major policy issues affecting low-income, vulnerable populations and for a leadership development program on fiscal policy
2016Cornell University - College of Arts and Science$10,000,000 To support the expansion of the Center for the study of inequality
2016Cornell University Law School$3,250,000 To support the establishment of the International Center on Capital Punishment
2016Equal Justice USA$300,000 To strenghen death penalty repeal and reform campaigns by providing strategic assistance in policy, organizing, and communications work
2016Green For All$500,000 To improve educational and long-term employment outcomes for low-income youth of colour and expand and diversify the health care workforce by providing intensive technology and coding skills training to Linked Learning health career pathway students in Oakland, California
2016Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society$87,000 To create a pipeline and network of visionary, racially diverse leaders to challenge and advance comprehensive solutions to anti-black racism and structural inequality by developing the Atlantic Fellows program for Racial Equity at Columbia University
2016Media Impact Funders$500,000 To support the organization's core mission to help grantmakers better understand the intersection of media and philanthropic mission and vice versa, and to serve as convener and catalyst for philanthropic partnerships with media
2016NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund$42,000 To create a pipeline and network of visionary, racially diverse leaders to challenge and advance comprehensive solutions to anti-black racism and structural inequality by developing the Atlantic Fellows program for Racial Equity at Columbia University
2016National Academy of Sciences$125,000 To strengthen accountability for improved educational outcomes for vulnerable students through the development of a comprehensive set of indicators of programme effectiveness and disparities reduction
2016National Coalition of Abolish the Death Penalty$24,988 To coordinate the implementation of the Abolition 2025 Campaign strategy through the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty's affiliate network
2016National Council of La Raza$75,000 To substantially increase the number of Latino children with health insurance coverage by promoting Medicaid expansion and new coverage options in selected states, supporting CHIP reauthorization and improving communications to Latino communities about av
2016National Economic and Social Rights Initiative$125,000 To support strategic planning and coordination across Atlantic's diverse array of school discipline grantees, including grassroots organizing groups and legal advocates as well as professional educator and judicial organizations
2016Nex Mexico Center on Law and Poverty Inc$100,000 To build a sustainable, statewide infrastructure for health insurance coverage for children and youth In New Mexico
2016Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors$2,000,000 To build awareness and action for Giving While Living and time-limited philanthropy through a multiyear campaign and sophisticated donor education materials. This grant is one of a cluster of four focused on active curation of Atlantic's learning and experience
2016Texas Defender Service$400,000 To reduce the use of the death penalty in Texas and Pennsylvania, and to reduce support for and use of the death penalty nationally through strategic communications
2016Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York$59,684,000 To create a pipeline and network of visionary, racially diverse leaders to challenge and advance comprehensive solutions to anti-black racism and structural inequality by developing the Atlantic Fellows program for Racial Equity at Columbia University
2015Arizona Capital Representation Project$100,000 To reduce death sentences ad executions in Arizona through case consulting, direct representation, and training
2015Bridgespan Group$385,000 To build philanthropic practice knowledge, attract additional funding for social change, and improve returns on investment by applying a strategic review lens to big bet grantmaking in Atlantic's history, and by disseminating case studies and findings to other funders and intermediaries
2015Brooklyn Film Networks$300,000 To produce two short documentary films about the scope and impact of Atlantic's 30-plus years of grantmaking in the United States and the values and giving philosophy of Chuck Feeney
2015Center on Budget and Policy Priorities$2,500,000 To support the launch of a new, in-house institute to develop in-depth, long-term solutions to major policy issues affecting low-income, vulnerable populations and for a leadership development program on fiscal policy
2015China Medical Board$40,000,000 To advance health equity in Southeast Asia by identifying, connecting, and preparing a generation of young multi-disciplinary leaders dedicated to driving systemic change to advance health equity
2015Economic Policy Institute$150,000 To conduct economic analyses of key Social Security reform proposals for their impact on low-wage workers, older women, and people of color
2015Equal Justice Initiative of Alabama, Inc.$1,250,000 To promote narrative change for racial equity by supporting the Race and Poverty Project to educate the public on the history of racial discrimination faced by African-American communities
2015Equal Justice USA$1,600,000 To strengthen death penalty repeal and reform campaigns by providing strategic assistance in policy, organizing, and communications work
2015Grantmakers in Aging$117,250 To improve older audult economic security/retirement security by increasing the visibility of the issues and engaging and educating philanthropy, national ageing organizations and the general public
2015Green For All$2,000,000 To improve educational and long-term employment outcomes for low-income youth of color and expand and diversify the health care workforce by providing intensive technology and coding skills training to Linked Learning health career pathway students in Oakland, California
2015Gulf Region Advocacy Center$50,000 To reduce death sentences and executions in states with high use of the death penalty through training of capital defense teams, consulting on cases and direct representation
2015John Jay Foundation$1,000,000 To create a professorship to build a sustainable portfolio of research, policy advocacy, teaching, and mentorship on race, bias, and policing
2015MASS Design Group$128,540 To extend the evaluation of capital building investments, applying the assessment framework to consider impact of Atlantic's investments at the University of California, San Francisco's Mission Bay campus, and disseminate implication to other funders, organizations receiving capital grants and intermediaries
2015Massachusetts General Hospital Palliative Care Service$75,000 To improve access by getting palliative home care services covered under the National Health Insurance, expanding the home care model for patients with serious chronic illnesses, and providing training of palliative care trainers and leaders
2015National Academy of Sciences$125,000 To strengthen accountability for improved educational outcomes for vulnerable students through the development of a comprehensive set of indicators of programme effectiveness and disparities reduction
2015National Coalition of Abolish the Death Penalty$150,012 To coordinate the implementation of the Abolition 2025 Campaign strategy through the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty's affiliate network
2015National Council of La Raza$75,000 To substantially increase the number of Latino children with health insurance coverage by promoting Medicaid expansion and new coverage options in selected states, supporting CHIP reauthorization and improving communications to Latino communities about available options
2015New Venture Fund$250,000 To connect advocacy and social change organizations to upcoming film and TV content and storylines that are relevant to their work, making it easier for advocates and storytellers to use popular culture to build momentum for change on important social issues
2015Open Society Foundation$5,000,000 To ensure the longer-term sustainability of a small number of key human rights organizations that advocate for the Constitution in South Africa
2015Open Society Institute - Baltimore$250,000 To advance implementation of positive discipline reform in Maryland through training and technical assistance to districts across the state
2015Pathfinder International$300,000 To complete the development of a health information and management system in Thai Nguyen Province and prepare the model for wider adoption through Viet Nam
2015Philanthropy New York$800,000 To support a fellowship programme of diverse emerging leaders in philanthropy
2015Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law$175,000 To advance policy influence goals concerning community schools, Elev8, and school-based health centers by increasing the integration of data and evaluation findings, improving the communications plans, and enhancing capacity of other local and nationalgrantees to tailor their advocacy in light of evaluation results and emergent opportunities
2015Social Science Research Council$925,000 To enable an external evaluation of the Health Equity in Southeast Asia initiative, providing formative evaluation support to the new initiative and developmentally appropriate summative feedback concerning performance during the initial three years of the long term project
2015Texas Defender Service$1,100,000 To reduce the use of the death penalty in Texas and Pennsylvania, and to reduce support for and use of the death penalty nationally through strategic communications
2015Thaler Pekar & Partners$475,000 To complete the Atlantic Philanthropies oral history video project, the purpose of which is to record the memories and experiences of staff, board members, and other in the history and evolution of the foundation
2015The Marshall Project$2,000,000 To promote narrative change for racial equity by supporting in-depth analysus and investigative reporting on race and criminal justice
2015Trustees of Boston College$50,000 To support a two-day conference, co-sponsored by Boston College Law School and the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, to develop scholarship benefitting the public discourse surrounding issues of philanthropy and the lifespan of foundations
2014Clear Thinking Communications$205,000 To synthesize key Atlantic-supported evaulation and research reports in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland by producing accessible summaries for dissemination to target audiences
2014Grantmakers in Aging$182,750 To improve older audult economic security/retirement security by increasing the visibility of the issues and engaging and education philanthropy, national ageing organizations and the general public
2014Center on Budget and Policy Priorities$9,000,000 To support the launch of a new, in-house institute to develop in-depth, long-term solutions to major policy issues affecting low-income, vulnerable populations and for a leadership development program on fiscal policy
2014Clear Thinking Communications$200,000 To synthesize key Atlantic-supported evaulation and research reports in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland by producing accessible summaries for dissemination to target audiences
2014NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund$4,600,000 To support data analyses, litigation, policy advocacy, direct representation, technical assistance, coordination and donor engagement to promote local, state, and national school disciplinary policy reform
2014NEO Philanthropy$3,000,000 To eliminate zero tolerance school disciplinary policies by supporting grassroots advocacy through the Just and Fair Schools Fund
2014National Economic and Social Rights Initiative$893,750 To support strategic planning and coordination across Atlantic's diverse array of school discipline grantees, including grassroots organizing groups and legal advocates as well as professional educator and judicial organizations
2014Regents of the University of California, San Fransisco Campus$500,000 To support replication and sustainability of school-based health centres and full service community schools by documenting and disseminating lessons about improving the quality of health care and developing financing options
2014Youth Development Incorporated$875,000 To expand and sustain full-service community schools and comprehensive school-based health centres by participating in local and national evaluation, disseminating lessons learned, and utilizing evaluation findings to engage policymakers, practitioners, and the general public
2014Community Service Society of New York$800,000 To build a sustainable, statewide infrastructure for health insurance coverage for children and youth in New York
2014National Council of La Raza$450,000 To substantially increase the number of Latino children with health insurance coverage by promoting Medicaid expansion and new coverage options in selected states, supporting CHIP reauthorization and improving communications to Latino communities about available options
2014New Mexico Center on Law and Poverty Inc$700,000 To build a sustainable, statewide infrastructure for health insurance coverage for children and youth in New Mexico
2014Florida Communicty Health Action$800,000 To build a sustainable, statewide infrastructure for children and youth in Florida
2014McClanahan Associates, Inc.$280,861 To assess the costs and benefits of Elev8 in order to promote increased support for comprehensive community schools reform
2014Utilization-Focused Evaluation$200,000 To conduct an evaluation of the campaign structure, strategy and implementation, and to produce case studies on the successful repeal campaigns
2014Arizona Capital Representation$400,000 To reduce death sentences and executions in Arizona through case consulting, direct representation, and training
2014North Star Planning and Evaluation Consultants, Inc$155,000 To strengthen the Economic Security field and enhance the sustainability of grantee efforts by concluding with a cluster evaluation of the Ageing's Economic Security portfolio describing goals, strategy and investments, assessing impact, and extracting lessons and legacy effects
2014Mathematica Policy Research, Inc.$177,149 To facilitate the articulation and application of lessons from Atlantic's KidsWell-National League of Cities grant to other national reform efforts by evaluating the implementation and outcomes of the municipality-focused competitive regrant model for enrolling children and families
2014Center for Evaluation Innovation (Innovation Network fiscal sponsor)$1,350,000 To facilitate the articulation and application of lessons from Atlantic's diverse U.S. advocacy grantmaking by evaluating and disseminating cross-initiative findings on strategic litigation, (c)(4) grants, capacity-building, collaborative funding and other strategies
2014Zero to Three$600,000 To build a sustainable text messaging platform in KidsWell states to connect mother and children to health insurance coverage and to increase enrolment
2014The W. Haywood Burns Institute$250,000 To reduce racial disparities in school discipline by adapting risk assessment protocols and procedures used in juvenile justice systems to the school setting
2014Open Society Institute - Baltimore$250,000 To advance implementation of positive discipline reform in Maryland through training and technical assistance to districts across the state
2014Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago$425,000 To support the assessment of School-based health centre use and academic achievement within Elev8 full-service community schools and to inform practitioners, advocates, and policy makers by using a variety of dissemination channels
2014Oakland Unified School District$11,000,000 To improve educational and long-term employment outcomes for low-income youth of color and expand and diversify the health care workforce by providing college and career-readiness supports to prepare students for health care careers in Oakland, California
2014Center to Advance Palliative Care$1,000,000 To increase the global palliative care workforce through the development of an online educational platform and e-learning curriculum
2014Center for Community Change Action$7,500,000 To improve the lives of vulnerable people through a capital grant to enable the Center for Community Change Action to purchase its building, generate ongoing funds for use in advocacy, enable incubation of progressive organizations and provide convening
2014United States Cancer Pain Relief$1,030,000 To implement the World Health Organization's resolution to strengthen palliative care as a component of comprehensive care throughout the life course, calling on all national member states to integrate palliative care and pain relief into their health systems
2014National Public Education Support$300,000 To improve educational outcomes for low-iincome children and youth of color by developing a hub that mobilizes influential grantee organizations to advance an integrated approach to community schools, school discipline reform and school-based health clinics
2014Magnum Cultural Foundation$330,000 To share the scope and impact of Atlantic's investments in capital projects, by developing a book and complimentary compendium, provisionally titled 'Building Change: The Capital Investments of the Atlantic Philanthropies', which compiles, through photos and written narrative, the entirety of these investments through the Founding Chairman and our programmes
2014National Coalition of Abolish the Death Penalty$175,000 To coordinate the implementation of the Abolition 2025 Campaign strategy through the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty's affiliate network
2014Upworthy$300,000 To drive awareness and movement around several issues by creating strategic content designed to get issues to the top of the social newsfeed
2013Duke University Office of Research$400,000 To produce reports and case studies that record the lessons of Atlantic's final years and capture the impact of key Atlantic-funded projects and programmes
2013Pacific News Service/New America Media$400,000 To promote the economic and health security, and enhance the voices, of low-income ethnic elders by increasing the coverage of targeted issues in ethnic news media
2013National Coalition of Abolish the Death Penalty$950,000 To coordinate the implementation of the Abolition 2025 Campaign strategy through the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty's affiliate network
2013Tides Center$500,000 To advance fair, racially equitable and effective criminal justice reform by creating a coordinated communications infrastructure to strengthen the sector's ability to generate public support for policy change
2013Pathfinder International$500,000 To complete the development of a health information and management system in Thai Nguyen Province and prepare the model for wider adoption through Viet Nam
2013Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders$250,000 To promote the health and economic security of low-income diverse elders by strengthening the Diverse Elders Coalition and improving its capacity to advocate for protecting and improving Social Security benefits and increased access to other federally-funded programmes
2013Children's Defense Fund$3,196,000 To increase childrens' access to health insurance coverage and accelerate adoption of better school disciplinary practices by engaging school district leaders in reform
2013Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP -- Manatt Health Solutions$1,226,000 To utilize strong analytic ability to provide technical and legal analysis to Kidswell grantees, track and monitor the Kidswell initiative and develop and maintain the Kidswell website
2013Advocates for Children and Youth$425,000 To advocate and inform the development of permanent systems for universal health coverage for children in Maryland
2013Center for Community Change$600,000 To engage young adults in advocacy, outreach, and enrolment to protect and expand health insurance coverage for at least hald of the 10.3 million uninsured young adults from ages 18-26
2013Chapin Hall Center for Children at the University of Chicago$800,000 To design and implement a multi-method evaluation of Chicago Elev8 to help improve the delivery and integration of school-based services, ensure students successfully transition to the ninth grade, and to advance policies and funding that support Elev8 and community schools locally and nationally
2013Foundation Center$500,000 To support general operation and the creation of a curated knowledge and information sharing platform to disseminate learnings of Atlantic's programme and geographic areas
2013Global Links$1,050,000 To promote Global Links' sustainability by contributing to the purchase and renovation of a new headquarters, to support graduates of the Latin America Medical School and to provide medial aid to the Cuban public health system for recovery from Hurricane Sandy
2013Gulf Region Advocacy Center$200,000 To reduce death sentences and executions in states with high use of the death penalty through training of capital defense teams, consulting on cases and direct representation
2013Economic Policy Institute$525,000 To conduct economic analyses of key Social Security reform proposals for their impact on low-wage workers, older women, and people of color
2013Massachussets General Hospital$225,000 To improve access by getting palliative home care services covered under the National Health Insurance, expanding the home care model for patients with serious chronic illnesses, and providing training of palliative care trainers and leaders
2013Council of State Governments Justice Center$250,000 To reform zero tolerance disciplinary policies by disseminating a set of consensus reccomendations on school discipline to federal, state and local policymakers and judicial and educational leaders
2013Research Foundation of the City University of New York$598,217 To reform school discipline policies by expanding the knowledge and capacity of educators and judges to implement positive disciplinary practices through convenings, tool development, writing, research, and an embedded fellow at the U.S. Department of Justice
2013Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice$450,000 To improve the quality of life for older adults and individuals with disabilities and to improve the working conditions of direct-care immigrant workers through policy changes that are supported by a new public narrative that links immigration reform issues with older adults' care needs
2013The Law Office of the Southern Center of Human Rights$50,000 To reduce the number of executions and new and existing death sentences in Georgia and Alabama through litigation
2012Alliance for Justice$200,000 To assist Atlantic grantees in conducting more strategic lobbying through training, legal, and technical assistance that ensures compliance with applicable state and federal laws regarding advocacy
2012American Civil Liberties Union$800,000 To support legal advocacy to advance school discipline policy reform
2012MomsRising$1,325,000 To ensure increased access to childrens' health coverage by enhancing the capacity of KidsWell state partners to use social media, online organising, story collection, and on-the-ground actions strategically to mobilize support
2012Vera Institute of Justice$750,000 To find and address evidence of racial bias in prosecutorial discretion by analysing data and making policy reccomendations in three cities: Milwaukee, New York (Manhattan borough) and San Francisco
2012Movement Strategy Center$266,800 To engage public high school students in federal advocacy to help reform school disciplinary policies
2012National Association of State Boards of Education$300,000 To advance school disciplinary policy reform by strengthening the capacity of state boards of education to adopt and implement educational policies that support positive discipline and limit exclusionary discipline
2012The Law Office of the Southern Center of Human Rights$650,000 To reduce the number of executions and new and existing death sentences in Georgia and Alabama through litigation
2010Actual Film$25,000 To Support Higher Ground, a feature documentary about Mohamad Nasheed, President of the Maldives, and his efforts to fight global climate change
2010American Youth Work Center$100,000 To sustain and enhance the capacity of Youth Today by enhancing its identity and marketability, diversifying revenue streatms and utilising new media strategies
2010Aspen Institute$50,000 To continue the public engagement and support for solving the AO/Dioxin legacy from the Vietnam War
2010Be the Change, Inc. $200,000 To support the program's ongoing efforts to promote service, focus on a new campaign to fight against poverty, and maintain its existing ongoing campaigns
2010Boston College$600,000 To expand the use of participant-directed long-term care services through technical assistance to states
2010Boston College$700,000 To expand the use of participant-directed long-term care services through technical assistance to states
2010Brennan Center for Justice$134,000 To strenghten democracy by enhancing civic literacy and citizens' engagement
2010Brookings Institution$25,000 To support a research paper on fillibuster reform
2010Economic Policy Institute$100,000 To support the Broader, Bolder Approach to Education efforts to advocate for new accountability systems that combine appropriate qualitative and quantitative methods of assessing education, health, and social development of children and youth in high poverty communities
2010Enterprise Community Partners, Inc. $50,000 To engage older adults residing in public houing to promote age-friendly improvements in their housing and communities
2010Faith Partnerships Incorporated$100,000 To develop a strategy to engage African American churches in social action around progressive ageing issues
2010Families USA Foundation, Inc.$180,000 To provide services and support to the Health Insurance and Assistance Program (SHIP), which provides vital information and supportive services to millions of Medicare beneficiaries
2010Federation of Appalachian Housing$50,000 To enhance its work with very low income older adult housing by evaluating new and existing opportunities and improved planning
2010Firelight Media$250,000 To support the programme's work with young filmmakers of color
2010Grantmakers for Effective Organizations$105,000 To coordinate philanthropic resources to support the successful launch of the Social Innovation Fund, a public-private partnership through the White House to invest in promising, innovative nonprofit organizations to help strengthen their evidence-base and develop the infrastructure to address challenges in communities of need
2010Housing Assistance Council$100,000 To develop the strategy to formalize and expand its work providing affordable, quality housing for low-income older adults in rural areas; and to increase advocacy efforts to preserve existing rural rental housing stock for very low-income older adults
2010Journal Donation Project$142,000 To aid in the development of research and teaching capacity in higher education institutions through building scholarly hard-copy and oline journal archives
2010Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law$53,333 To support efforts to achieve state compliance with the National Voter Registration Act
2010M & R Strategic Services$85,000 To support an evaluation of the Healthcare for America NOW (HCAN) campaign
2010M & R Strategic Services$85,000 To support an evaluation of the Healthcare for America NOW (HCAN) campaign
2010National Caucus and Center on Black Aged$300,000 To develop a strategy that will strengthen its ability to become an effective national advocate for African American elders
2010National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy$225,000 To strenghten organizational health as well as to encourage increased support by current funders and potential new donors
2010New World Philanthropy$50,000 To provide training and resources to foster more equitable participation in American democracy by increasing the number of new Americans runnig for office and participating in U.S. elections
2010Population Council$250,000 To improve the quality and utilization of primary health services in Thai Nguyen province, especially for poor and remote communes, by establishing an effective health management information system, applying evidence-based management, and developing evidence-based teaching and research for provincial medical schools
2010Population Council$250,000 To improve the quality and utilization of primary health services in Thai Nguyen province, especially for poor and remote communes, by establishing an effective health management information system, applying evidence-based management, and developing evidence-based teaching and research for provincial medical schools
2010Practicable Legacy Strategies, LLC$75,000 To convene the superintendents who lead the schools districts Baltimore, Chicago, Oakland, and three districts in New Mexico to explore their options of and support for the Elev8 Initiative and facilitate peer learning about best and promising practices to educate its students who are most in need
2010Progressive Strategies, LLC$75,000 To address progressive policy and infrastructure issues and create more collaboration between the Congressional Progressive Caucus and the broader progressive community
2010Project Vote$53,333 To support effots to achieve state compliance with Section 7 of the National Voter Registration Act, which requires states to provide voter registration services to those applying for or receiving public assistance benefits
2010Proteus Fund$150,000 Support for the creation of an independent, nonpartisan Blue Ribbon Panel on Detainee Treatment to examine and report on torture practices and abuses committeed by previous U.S. Administrations, and to press the importance of accountability while advocacy efforts continue for the creation of a Presidential Commission on Torture and Accountability
2010Public/Private Ventures$200,000 To continue national support of Elev8, a community-based initiative that brings together schools, nonprofits, philanthropy, parents, and members of the community to ensure that students have the resources they need to succeed in school and in life. This six-month grant will enable Elev8 to take advantage of time-sensitive opportunities, continue to transition to a community engagement initiative and re-engineer Elev8 national support services
2010Rethink Schools$75,000 To disseminate information about education policy and practices to reform school discipline and zero-tolerance policies through its online education journal
2010Salzburg Global Seminar, Inc$26,000 To support the attendance of four Vietnamese health professionals at the 2010 Salzburg Global Seminar on healthcare in Austria
2010Spitfire Strategies$60,000 To provide three grantees of the U.S. Ageing Programme with strategic communications skills and competencies through their participation in an Executive Training Programme
2010The Schott Foundation for Public Education$250,000 To support the Opportunity to Learn campaign to advocate for state and federal policies to improve the quality of public education for low-income children and children of colour, and to promote resource equity reform nationally and increase engagement in public education reform
2010The State of the USA$125,000 To ensure that information about older adults is included in a new federally-authorized national database by supporting the development of the State of the USA older adult data framework
2010Tides Center$250,000 To produce top-notch investigative journalism that will have an impact on institutions, individuals, or the national debate
2010University of California Berkeley$37,500 To provide instruction to journalists specializing in reporting on immigration policies, practices, and legisltaiton
2010Vietnam Veterans of America$600,000 To improve the mential health care system for Khanh Hoa and Da Nang provinces by implementing community-based mental health programmes as a component of the Primary Health Care network in these provinces
2010Vietnam Veterans of America$600,000 To improve the mential health care system for Khanh Hoa and Da Nang provinces by implementing community-based mental health programmes as a component of the Primary Health Care network in these provinces
2010Washington University in St. Louis$50,000 To design a research and policy agenda for the long-term initiative to build and preserve assets for the economic security for older adults
2010Center for Civic Policy$35,000 To build a national technical assistance project to help create a 501 (c) (3) civic engagement table in Texas with the goal of increasing civic engagement and access to modern organizing tools for social justice organizations
2010Common Ground Community Housing Development Fund Corp., Inc.$50,000 To develop an organizing and leadership effort focused on engaging older adults in the Brownsville area of Brooklyn, New York, in an effort to counter residents dislocation and to build a healthier, more stable community
2010Democracy Alliance$250,000 To support new member recruitment and establish the organization as a more sigificant progressive funding force
2010Demos: A Network for Ideas & Action Ltd$53,333 To support its effots to achieve state compliance with Section 7 of the National voter Registration Act, which requires states to provide voter registration services to those applying for or receiving public assistance benefits
2010Demos: A Network for Ideas & Action Ltd$200,000 To conduct research and make recommendations in four areas: leadership structures, the roles of long-time social change leaders, the needs of newer generations of leadership, and ways to bolster the field of leadership development
2009AARP$100,000 Senior Health Reform Outreach
2009Advancement Project$390,000 Recovery for communities of color
2009Campaign for America's Future$290,000 Investigation and Communications on the Financial Crisis
2009Center for Civic Policy$40,000 National Technical Assistance Project
2009Center for Economic and Policy Research$170,000 To Promote a Financial Reform
2009Green For All$375,000 Building an inclusive Green economy
2009Leadership Conference on Civil Rights Education Fund$500,000 For purchase of Media Advertising to support a fair and independent judiciary
2009Ma Foundation for Women$495,000 Elevating the voices of women in the Economic Recovery
2009National Physician Alliance$100,000 Physician mobilization for Healthcare Reform
2009National Training and Information Center$490,000 Bank Accountability and Transparency campaign
2009Ohio State University Foundation$200,000 Fair Recovery: From Crisis to Opportunity for marginalized communities
2009Partnership Project Action Fund$2,500,000 Collaboration and Activism for the environment
2009Progressive Strategies, LLC$75,000 Policy and Progressive infrastructuring issues
2009ProgressNow Action$318,000 Unity '09 In-State Communications Coordinators
2009ProgressNow Action$200,000 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act - Education and Advocacy
2009Public Interest Projects Action$550,000 A Call to Action for Real Financial Services Reform
2009Sixteen Thirty Fund$192,000 Unity '09-State Based Coordinators
2009Sixteen Thirty Fund$351,000 Unity '09-Influentials Project
2009Sound Alliance$150,000 Graasroot Organizing and Green Jobs Training
2009State Voices$250,000 State Voices Policy Project
2009The Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute$450,000 Financial Reform & Economic Initiative
2009Tides Advocacy Fund$2,500,000 Environment and Climate Action Fund
2009Tides Center$200,000 Opportunity Agenda: Recovering Opportunity
2009Working America$229,000 Winning on issues in Indiana
2009Population Council$3,000,000 Improving Health Information Management Capacity for Primary Health Care in Thai Nguyen Province
2008Boston College$3,500,000 To expand the use of participant-directed long-term care services through technical assistance to states
2008Vietnam Veterans of America$2,500,000 To improve the mential health care system for Khanh Hoa and Da Nang provinces by implementing community-based mental health programmes as a component of the Primary Health Care network in these provinces
Total:$241,199,816

References

  1. Return of Organization Exempt from Income Tax (Form 990). Mangrove Foundation. 2010-2016. ^

Associated Organizations

  1. Atlantic Advocacy Fund (Non-profit)
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  • Accounting Period: December - November
  • Tax Exemption Received: July 1, 2000

  • Available Filings

    Period Form Type Total revenue Total functional expenses Total assets (EOY) Total liabilities (EOY) Unrelated business income? Total contributions Program service revenue Investment income Comp. of current officers, directors, etc. Form 990
    2017 Dec Form 990 $0 $12,451,547 $1 $0 N $0 $0 $0 $0 PDF
    2016 Dec Form 990 $-62,742,719 $87,715,182 $123,395,050 $110,943,503 Y $0 $0 $16,325,288 $0 PDF
    2015 Dec Form 990 $49,598,858 $66,264,271 $156,801,493 $54,889,916 Y $0 $0 $17,489,400 $0 PDF
    2014 Dec Form 990 $56,849,839 $57,286,519 $192,771,125 $25,233,968 N $0 $0 $26,478,768 $0 PDF
    2013 Dec Form 990 $27,540,634 $21,959,255 $229,791,132 $10,831,778 N $0 $0 $982,345 $0 PDF
    2012 Dec Form 990 $24,118,077 $5,699,320 $215,417,775 $5,013,493 Y $0 $0 $982,345 $0 PDF
    2011 Dec Form 990 $94,797,869 $102,597 $201,908,576 $1,425,158 Y $75,000,000 $0 $1,978,885 $0 PDF

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    Mangrove Foundation


    Hamilton,
    Bermuda