Non-profit

ChevronTexaco Foundation

Location:

SAN RAMON, CA

Tax ID:

31-1634478

Tax-Exempt Status:

501(c)(3)-PF

Budget (2014):

Revenue: $418
Expenses: $10,986
Assets: $1,846,877

Formation:

1999

Type:

Corporate Foundation

Executive Director:

Kari Endnes and Linda Padon

ChevronTexaco Foundation, formerly known as the Texaco Foundation, was a private foundation that distributed grants to scientific, educational, and charitable causes, including international charities. [1] As of March 2022, the ChevronTexaco Foundation is no longer registered with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a tax-exempt organization. [2] [3]

During its operations, ChevronTexaco Foundation issued numerous grants to the Mercy Corps and the American Red Cross for disaster relief efforts, a $3,740,650 grant to CHF International; grants to U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID); [4] $500,000 grants to the left-of-center Literacy Network, Urban League, and Alliance for a Better Community; [5] and smaller grants to Citi International, [6] the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, [7] the left-of-center Population Services International (PSI), and others. [8]

ChevronTexaco Foundation was the precursor to the Chevron Global Assistance Fund. In 2015, ChevronTexaco Foundation transferred its remaining balance of $1,818,996 to Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund to establish the Chevron Global Assistance Fund. [9]

Kari Endes and Linda Padon were ChevronTexaco Foundation’s directors at the time of their last tax filing with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). [10]

History and Leadership

Formerly known as the Texaco Foundation, [11] ChevronTexaco Foundation was founded in 1999. In 2001, the ChevronTexaco Foundation began its charitable giving activities. [12] [13]

In 2015, ChevronTexaco Foundation transferred its remaining balance of $1,818,996 to Fidelity Investments Charitable Gift Fund to establish the Chevron Global Assistance Fund, a donor-advised fund to carry on the charitable activities of the ChevronTexaco Foundation. [14] The Chevron Community Foundation also contributed $5,725,811 for the establishment of the Chevron Global Assistance Fund in 2016. [15]

Kari Endes and Linda Padon were ChevronTexaco Foundation’s directors at the time of their last form 990-PF filing with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). [16]

Activities and Funding

ChevronTexaco Foundation was a private foundation that gave grants to scientific, educational, and charitable causes, including international charities, on the same issues. [17] As of March 2022, the ChevronTexaco Foundation is not registered with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as a tax-exempt organization. [18] [19]

After the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, ChevronTexaco Foundation made donations to support victims. Contributions also included $2 million for anti-bias initiatives addressing discrimination against Muslims and Middle Eastern individuals. [20] These grants supported the September 11th Anti-Justice Project, a joint initiative with the National Conference for Community Justice (NCCJ). [21]

In 2011, ChevronTexaco Foundation sent donations to the Chevron Humanitarian Relief Fund of $1,749,517 for Tsunami relief and $44,786 to the American Red Cross for Haiti Disaster Relief. [22]

In 2010, ChevronTexaco Foundation made grants of $250,000 for Mercy Corps, $400,000 for the Pan American Development Foundation, $400,000 for the Global Red Cross, and $400,000 for the World Food Program in 2010. [23]

In 2009, ChevronTexaco Foundation sent grants of $400,000 to Mercy Corps and $121,952 to Citi International. [24] The Foundation sent grants of $3,740,650 to CHF International, $525,000 to Mercy Corps, $50,000 to the Global Fund, and $10,000 to Family Care Foundation in 2008. [25] In 2006, ChevronTexaco Foundation sent grants of $402,093 to the American National Red Cross, $225,000 to the Mercy Corps, and $100,000 to the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID). [26]

In 2005, ChevronTexaco Foundation awarded $500,000 grants to the left-of-center Literacy Network, Urban League, and Alliance for a Better Community. [27]

In 2002, ChevronTexaco Foundation distributed grants worth $50,000 for the American Foundation for the University of the West Indies, $42,025 for Kazakh National Music Academy, and $400,000 for NYU Medical Center. $32,000 for Population Services International, $50,000 for the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. [28]

In 2001, the Foundation made grants to the Pan American Development Foundation for $22,500, the Peter F. Drucker Foundation for $20,000, $50,000 for Bright Red Dot Foundation, $100,00 for Pan American Development Foundation, $100,000 for The Resource Foundation, $33,000 for left-of-center Population Services International (PSI), $50,000 for the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, and others. [29]

ChevronTexaco Foundation also sent grants to the University of St. Thomas in Houston, Texas. [30]

References

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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
2014 Dec Form PF $418 $10,986 $1,846,877 $1,754,517 $0 $0 $0 $0 PDF
2013 Dec Form PF $751 $10,584 $1,864,019 $1,761,091 $0 $0 $0 $0 PDF
2012 Dec Form PF $2,283 $6,365 $1,867,277 $1,754,516 $0 $0 $0 $0 PDF
2011 Dec Form PF $1,639 $23,949 $1,921,360 $1,804,517 $0 $0 $0 $0 PDF

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ChevronTexaco Foundation

6101 Bollinger Canyon Road #BR1X3391
SAN RAMON, CA 94583