The Grove Foundation is a private foundation established by the former CEO of Intel Corporation, Andrew Grove.  The foundation is primarily a grantmaking organization and makes millions of dollars in grants annually to many organizations, including funding many of the nation’s most notable left-leaning groups such as the ACLU, Planned Parenthood, and Everytown for Gun Safety. 
Andrew S. Grove was the longtime chief executive and chairman of Intel Corporation.  His foundation is the founding supporter of the International Rescue Committee’s Pathways to Citizenship program.  He donated $26 dollars to the City College of New York, which was at the time the largest gift the college had ever received.  Grove died on March 21, 2016. 
The Grove Foundation is a major grantmaking organization with assets totaling over $100 million. In 2017, the Grove Foundation dispersed over $19 million. The Grove Foundation supports a wide range of left-leaning groups and causes including affirmative action, expansionist immigration policy, environmentalist activism, gun control, and abortion.  Grant recipients include Center for Popular Democracy, Borealis Philanthropy, National Immigration Law Center, NEO Philanthropy, Southern Poverty Law Center, the ACLU, Planned Parenthood, and Everytown for Gun Safety. 
While most of the Grove Foundation’s In 2015, 2017, and 2019 the Grove Foundation received grants from the left leaning David and Lucile Packard Foundation.  The Packard Foundation supports left-leaning advocacy charities, including funding environmentalist groups that work on policies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and ensuring women have access to abortion and contraception.  The Packard Foundation grants to the Grove Foundation were for $46,800 in 2015, $600,000 in 2017, and $600,000 in 2019, all to support the Working to Institutionalize Sex Education (WISE) initiative.  WISE is a sex education initiative that promotes teaching “comprehensive” sex education including topics such as contraception, gender identity and expression, sexually-transmitted infections, and sexual identity and orientation.