Non-profit

BlueGreen Alliance Foundation

Website:

www.bgafoundation.org

Location:

MINNEAPOLIS, MN

Tax ID:

20-3477309

Tax-Exempt Status:

501(c)(3)

Budget (2019):

Revenue: $2,983,352
Expenses: $4,979,036
Assets: $6,249,183

Type:

Environmentalist-Labor Union Coalition

Latest Tax Filing:

2019 Form 990

For more information, see Blue Green Alliance (Nonprofit)

BlueGreen Alliance Foundation is a left-wing nonprofit think tank that researches the economy and environment. It is an arm of the BlueGreen Alliance.

Funding

Financial Overview

BlueGreen Alliance Foundation: Financial Overview
YearTotal RevenuesTotal ExpendituresGrants PaidNet Assets
2019 $2,983,352 $4,979,036 $294,500 $5,754,314
2018 $6,764,520 $4,532,743 $469,000 $7,749,998
2017 $4,362,586 $3,883,863 $443,500 $5,518,221
2016 $5,264,900 $3,636,792 $7,500 $5,039,498
2015 $4,501,664 $5,281,791 $1,110,439 $3,411,330
2014 $6,792,089 $4,558,444 $323,140 $4,191,457
2013 $4,535,553 $5,040,631 $463,196 $1,957,812
2012 $6,278,666 $6,283,537 $686,551 $2,462,890
2011 $8,624,145 $8,330,700 $478,549 $2,467,761
2010 $5,281,023 $5,104,575 $350,000 $2,174,316
2009 $3,531,609 $1,535,336 $207,000 $1,997,868
2008- $2,339 - $1,595
2007- $2,925 - $3,934
2006 $56,067 $49,208 - $6,859
Total: $58,976,174 $53,221,920 $4,833,375

Donors to BlueGreen Alliance Foundation

The following are known grants to the BlueGreen Alliance Foundation: [1]

GrantorAmountYearGrant Description
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $750,000 2020for general operating support
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $75,000 2020for diversity equity and inclusion
Meyer Memorial Trust $50,000 2019Healthy Environment-Grant
Energy Foundation $345,000 2019TO SUPPORT EDUCATION AND OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE
ClimateWorks Foundation $444,100 2019
National Wildlife Federation $8,000 2019
Resources Legacy Fund $15,000 2019
Combined Jewish Philanthropies Of Greater Boston $250,000 2018DAF - Environment
John D And Catherine T Macarthur Foundation Consolidated $250,000 2018IN SUPPORT OF GENERAL OPERATIONS.
Lester Poretsky Family Foundation $1,100 2018SUPPORT OF SEC. 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION
National Wildlife Federation $25,000 2018CONSERVATION ASSISTANCE
Bullitt Foundation $40,000 2018PROJECT SUPPORT
Bullitt Foundation $40,000 2018PROJECT SUPPORT
Energy Foundation $290,000 2018TO SUPPORT EDUCATION AND OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE.
Heising-Simons Foundation $175,000 2018BGA CLEAN CARS
JPB Foundation $1,000,000 2018BUILDING CLEAN: CREATING A JUST AND HEALTHY CLEAN ENERGY ECONOMY AND GROWING QUALITY GOOD PAYING JOBS
JPB Foundation $1,000,000 2018BUILDING CLEAN: CREATING A JUST AND HEALTHY CLEAN ENERGY ECONOMY AND GROWING QUALITY GOOD PAYING JOBS
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $500,000 2018FOR THE COALITION OF THE WILLING PROJECT
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $500,000 2018FOR GENERAL OPERATING SUPPORT
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $500,000 2018FOR THE COALITION OF THE WILLING PROJECT
ClimateWorks Foundation $700,000 2018
Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund $250,150 2017FOR GRANT RECIPIENT'S EXEMPT PURPOSES
John D And Catherine T Macarthur Foundation Consolidated $250,000 2017IN SUPPORT OF GENERAL OPERATIONS.
Lester Poretsky Family Foundation $1,100 2017SUPPORT OF SEC. 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION
Maine Community Foundation $10,000 2017Alliances & Advocacy
Meyer Memorial Trust $40,000 2017Healthy Environment-Grant
National Wildlife Federation $18,000 2017Conservation assistance
Public Welfare Foundation $200,000 2017Program support for Safer Chemicals Safer Jobs Program
Surdna Foundation $75,000 2017General support
Bullitt Foundation $80,000 2017PROJECT SUPPORT
Energy Foundation $430,000 2017TO SUPPORT EDUCATION AND OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO ADVANCE POLICY SOLUTIONS FOR A STABLE CLIMATE. TO SUPPORT EDUCATION AND OUTREACH TO BUILD A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE. TO PROMOTE EDUCATION AND ANALYSIS TO BUILD MARKETS FOR CLE
JPB Foundation $1,000,000 2017MAP GREEN AND GROW: AFFORDABLE HOUSING RETROFITS AND A HEALTHIER CLIMATE FOR ALL (MGG2)
Scherman Foundation $25,000 2017General operating support
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $500,000 2017For general operating support
ClimateWorks Foundation $144,000 2017
Resources Legacy Fund $10,000 2017
Citybridge Foundation $300,000 2016BTS DC launch grant
Combined Jewish Philanthropies Of Greater Boston $25,000 2016DAF - Education
Lester Poretsky Family Foundation $1,000 2016SUPPORT OF SEC. 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION
Public Welfare Foundation $100,000 2016Health2
Sierra Club Foundation $100,000 2016To support state labor outreach program in clean power plan
Surdna Foundation $100,000 2016General support
Bullitt Foundation $40,000 2016Public charities
Energy Foundation $315,000 2016To promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean transportation fuels to support education and outreach about clean energy to promote education and analysis on the benefits of clean and efficient vehicles
JPB Foundation $1,000,000 2016Map green and grow affordable housing retrofits and a healthier climate for all (MGG2)
Marisla Foundation $50,000 2016Safe chemicals safe jobs safe communities
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $500,000 2016For clean economy and community transition program
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $50,000 2016For organizational structure changes to implement a strategic plan
ClimateWorks Foundation $350,000 2016
Service Employees $10,000 2016Contributions, Gifts And Grants
Cedar Tree Foundation $45,000 2015Project support for putting breast cancer out of work
Musk Foundation $5,000 2015For Common-sense Climate Change solutions and rebuilding of Energy Infrastructure
Public Welfare Foundation $175,000 2015Support to promote occupational safety and health
Sierra Club Foundation $100,000 2015Climate action & community transition project
Surdna Foundation $100,000 2015General support
Energy Foundation $410,000 2015To support education and analysis to advance energy efficient appliances
Energy Foundation $200,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy 1 future
Energy Foundation $100,000 2015To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Energy Foundation $30,000 2015To promote education and outreach to build a dean energy future
Garfield Foundation $145,000 2015General charitable
Jenifer Altman Foundation $6,500 2015Flame retardant chemicals consultancy
John Merck Fund $230,000 2015To enable healthy babies bright futures to reduce babies' exposures to toxic chemicals during the first 1 000 days of development.
JPB Foundation $750,000 2015Map Green and Grow the supply chain for affordable housing energy efficiency (MGG)
McKnight Foundation $75,000 2015To grow clean energy manufacturing jobs in southwestern Minnesota
Passport Foundation $25,000 2015Protecting the chance for meaningful TSCA reform
Scherman Foundation $50,000 2015General operating support
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $600,000 2015For general operating support
Transit Union Afl-Cio $5,000 2015Contributions, Gifts And Grants
Laborers $5,000 2015Contributions, Gifts And Grants
Teamsters $5,000 2015Contributions, Gifts And Grants
Engineers, Operating, Afl-Cio $25,000 2015Contributions, Gifts And Grants
AG Foundation $35,000 2014General support
Bauman Family Foundation $40,000 2014Regulatory project
Carolyn Foundation $15,000 2014Building grassroots labor support for a Minnesota clean energy plan
Fine Fund $25,000 2014FIRST 1000 DAYS INITIATIVE AND PROGRAMS
Lester Poretsky Family Foundation $1,000 2014SUPPORT OF SEC. 501(C)(3) ORGANIZATION
Park Foundation $50,000 2014Clean water=good jobs a national advocacy project to upgrade water infrastructure protect water resources and create good jobs
Public Welfare Foundation $175,000 2014Support to promote occupational safety and health.
Surdna Foundation $100,000 2014General support
Energy Foundation $320,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy.
Energy Foundation $270,000 2014To promote education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles
Energy Foundation $50,000 2014To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health.
Energy Foundation $37,500 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future.
Energy Foundation $20,000 2014To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future. (MINNESOTA CLEAN ENERGY AND JOBS)
Garfield Foundation $25,000 2014General charitable
John Merck Fund $350,000 2014To support the first 1000 days campaign.
John Merck Fund $200,000 2014To execute a carefully coordinated set of strategies to reduce exposures to flame retardant chemicals which are known to cause neurodevelopmental harm in young children as well as posing other health risks?
JPB Foundation $750,000 2014Map green and grow the supply chain for affordable housing energy efficiency (mgg)
McKnight Foundation $150,000 2014For general operating support
McKnight Foundation $100,000 2014To grow clean energy manufacturing jobs in southwestern Minnesota
Passport Foundation $150,000 2014Support for first thousand days flame retardants
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $300,000 2014For general operating support
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $125,000 2014For the Montana engagement project
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $30,000 2014For strategic planning
Environmental Defense Fund $45,000 2014
Plumbers Afl-Cio $5,000 2014Contributions, Gifts And Grants
Teamsters $5,000 2014Contributions, Gifts And Grants
Engineers, Operating, Afl-Cio $25,000 2014Contributions, Gifts And Grants
AG Foundation $40,000 2013General support
Bauman Family Foundation $40,000 2013Regulatory protections project
Mertz Gilmore Foundation $50,000 2013Future of coal project
Park Foundation $50,000 2013Engage its membership and the public on the need (or water infrastructure investments and its impacts including creating jobs and protecting public health and the environment
Public Welfare Foundation $180,000 2013Support for advocacy and organizing to promote occupational health and safety.
Rockefeller Family Fund $290,000 2013GGPFP
Rockefeller Family Fund $40,000 2013DAF
San Francisco Foundation $10,000 2013Alliances & advocacy
Surdna Foundation $425,000 2013General Support
Energy Foundation $305,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean and efficient vehicles.
Energy Foundation $245,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for renewable energy
Energy Foundation $115,000 2013To provide general operating support
Energy Foundation $85,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Energy Foundation $79,500 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Energy Foundation $75,000 2013To support education and outreach to build a clean energy future
Energy Foundation $31,250 2013To advance policy solutions for a stable climate.
Energy Foundation $20,000 2013To support education and analysis to build markets for clean affordable energy that protects public health
Marisla Foundation $50,000 2013Chemical policy program
New York Community Trust $75,000 2013To involve labor unions in chemical policy reform
Passport Foundation $25,000 2013Support for putting breast cancer out of work
Saint Paul Foundation $75,000 2013Multiple grants for multiple purposes
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $220,000 2013For general operating support
Vanguard Charitable Endowment Program $15,000 2013Specific project
Teachers Afl-Cio $5,000 2013Political Activities
Engineers, Operating, Afl-Cio $25,000 2013Contributions, Gifts And Grants
Bauman Family Foundation $40,000 2012Project grant: regulatory protections project
Mertz Gilmore Foundation $50,000 2012Future of coal project
Musk Foundation $5,000 2012The right stuff awards dinner 2011
Park Foundation $50,000 2012Engage its membership and the public on the need for water infrastructure investments and its impacts including creating jobs and protecting public health and the environment
Public Welfare Foundation $180,000 2012Promoting occupational health and safety
San Francisco Foundation $37,154 2012Alliances & advocacy
Surdna Foundation $425,000 2012General support
Energy Foundation $250,000 2012To support labor engagement around vehicle and fuels policies.
Energy Foundation $220,000 2012To support outreach on EPA clean air rules and California climate policy
Energy Foundation $115,000 2012To provide general operating support
Energy Foundation $100,000 2012To support a national outreach program to encourage renewable energy manufacturing and promote the renewable energy empty chain
Energy Foundation $45,000 2012To support an education campaign to Michigan union members on the importance of renewable energy policies.
Energy Foundation $30,000 2012To organize labor and environmental supporting stronger building codes in California.
Rockefeller Foundation $400,000 2012In general support of its mission to conduct research and educate the public and media about solutions to environmental challenges that create economic opportunities for the American people
Rockefeller Foundation $50,008 2012In support of research to identify the potential for certification systems and indices to increase social and economic equity across the food system in the United States
Thomas Philips And Jane Moore Johnson Foundation $30,000 2012Chemical policy program
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $1,230,000 2012For general operating support
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $170,000 2012For the jobs 21! project
Tides Foundation $10,000 2012General support
Xcel Energy Foundation $5,000 20122012 FA economic sustainability - MN
Environmental Defense Fund $35,000 2012
Engineers, Operating, Afl-Cio $50,000 2012Contributions, Gifts And Grants
AG Foundation $25,000 2011General Support
Public Welfare Foundation $180,000 2011Promoting occupational safety and health
Surdna Foundation $275,000 2011General support
Energy Foundation $400,000 2011To support labor engagement around vehicle and fuels policies.
Energy Foundation $175,000 2011To perform research and educate union members and the public on the employment impacts of clean air act regulations.
Energy Foundation $125,000 2011To analyze the solar photovoltaic manufacturing supply chain and engage with companies on how to participate in it.
Energy Foundation $100,000 2011To support outreach with labor on California climate policy
Energy Foundation $50,000 2011To support creation of a national outreach program to encourage and support renewable energy manufacturing.
New York Community Trust $75,000 2011To involve labor unions in chemical policy reform
Rockefeller Foundation $300,000 2011For use by its clean energy manufacturing center toward the costs of 'creating an administrative policy road map for the clean energy economy ' a collaborative project with the sierra club to perform an analysis of employment opportunities
Rockefeller Foundation $100,000 2011In support of research to identify the potential for certification systems and indices to increase social and economic equity across the food system in the United States
Thomas Philips And Jane Moore Johnson Foundation $35,000 2011Hazards of toxic substances smart phone application
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $330,000 2011For the jobs 21 project
State County And Muni Empls Afl-Cio $5,000 2011Contributions, Gifts And Grants
Food And Commercial Wkrs $10,000 2011Contributions, Gifts And Grants
Engineers, Operating, Afl-Cio $25,000 2011Contributions, Gifts And Grants
Plumbers Afl-Cio $5,000 2011Contributions, Gifts And Grants
BP Foundation $50,000 2010
New World Foundation $50,000 2010In support of its work
Public Welfare Foundation $180,000 2010Workplace safety and health initiative
Public Welfare Foundation $25,000 2010Promote stronger worker safety protections
Sierra Club $87,500 2010Environment support
Surdna Foundation $160,000 2010General support
Energy Foundation $250,000 2010To assess the job impacts of EPA regulation of greenhouse gases and convene stakeholders to discuss potential regulations.
Energy Foundation $250,000 2010To support automotive and oil industry task forces and related outreach and analysis.
Energy Foundation $190,000 2010To provide general operating support.
Energy Foundation $150,000 2010To engage labor voices in heavy duty rule making efforts.
Energy Foundation $135,000 2010To support the clean energy manufacturing center initiative
Energy Foundation $105,000 2010To provide general operating support.
Energy Foundation $100,000 2010To support education and stakeholder engagement of the pulp and paper and biomass industries on issues related to a federal renewable electricity standard.
Marisla Foundation $50,000 2010Chemicals policy program
New York Community Trust $75,000 2010To involve labor unions in chemical policy reform
Rockefeller Foundation $250,000 2010To expand green manufacturing for the clean energy economy
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $400,000 2010For general operating support
Tides Foundation $40,000 2010International climate policy initiative in collaboration with BGA partner organizations
Environmental Defense Fund $15,000 2010
Energy Foundation $300,000 2009To provide general operating support.
Energy Foundation $100,000 2009To support the development of a green manufacturing center which would help manufacturers economic development agencies and government promote the renewable energy supply chain.
Energy Foundation $80,000 2009To design and get support for improvements to the manufacturing extension partnership program and for media outreach on renewable energy.
Rockefeller Foundation $225,000 2009To expand green manufacturing to retool existing capacity for clean energy
Tides Foundation $70,000 2009General support
Wolfensohn Family Foundation $10,000 2006In response to 8/1/06 request for support of their 20 questions project membership renewal all benefits of membership declined
Total: $31,077,862

References

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Directors, Employees & Supporters

  1. Loretta Johnson
    Board Member (BlueGreen Alliance)
  2. Joel Rogers
    Co-Founder (Apollo Alliance)

Associated Organizations

  1. BlueGreen Alliance (Non-profit)
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Nonprofit Information

  • Accounting Period: December - November
  • Tax Exemption Received: January 1, 2006

  • 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
    2019 Dec Form 990 $2,983,352 $4,979,036 $6,249,183 $494,869 N $2,692,743 $277,879 $12,730 $258,466 PDF
    2018 Dec Form 990 $6,764,520 $4,532,743 $7,885,697 $135,699 N $6,531,472 $219,140 $12,423 $302,305 PDF
    2017 Dec Form 990 $4,362,586 $3,883,863 $5,860,580 $342,359 N $4,107,354 $244,950 $8,997 $289,408 PDF
    2016 Dec Form 990 $5,264,900 $3,636,732 $5,407,738 $368,240 N $4,987,312 $317,430 $5,447 $255,864
    2015 Dec Form 990 $4,501,664 $5,281,791 $3,847,433 $436,103 N $4,317,818 $216,398 $3,050 $184,365 PDF
    2014 Dec Form 990 $6,792,089 $4,558,444 $4,423,105 $231,648 N $6,723,820 $99,549 $2,259 $96,290 PDF
    2013 Dec Form 990 $4,535,553 $5,040,631 $2,465,064 $507,252 N $4,376,265 $190,571 $1,379 $0 PDF
    2012 Dec Form 990 $6,278,666 $6,283,537 $3,179,681 $716,791 N $6,109,646 $210,949 $3,201 $0 PDF
    2011 Dec Form 990 $8,624,145 $8,330,700 $3,264,148 $796,387 N $8,486,647 $169,898 $6,514 $0 PDF

    Additional Filings (PDFs)

    BlueGreen Alliance Foundation

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    MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55413-1898