Ron Arnold's Green Tracking Library

Natural Resources Defense Council


Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc.

40 W. 20th St
New York, NY 10011
Phone: 212-727-2700
Fax: 212-727-1773
Website: http://www.nrdc.org/nrdc
Email: nrdcinfo@nrdc.org
Tax status: 501(c)(3); affiliate 501(c)(4) NRDC Action Fund; the Environmental Accountability Fund (a 527 group) is a project of the NRDC Action Fund.

EIN: 13-2654926
Founded 1970 by a $400,000 grant from the Ford Foundation
Exempt since 1970

Natural Resources Defense Council relationships are mapped on Muckety.

Self description:
NRDC is a national nonprofit environmental organization of more than 1 million Members and activists. Since 1970, NRDC scientists and lawyers have been using the power of law, science and people to protect the planet's wildlife and wild places and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for all living things.

Actual: Anti-corporate lobbying and litigating organization, aimed at crippling America's production and consumer choice.

Programs: NRDC's programs fall within seven issue areas - Air & Energy, Health, International, Land, Nuclear, Urban, and Water & Coastal. Projects hit issues at the local, regional, national and international levels. NRDC influences governments, businesses, media and coalitions of environmental, recreation, labor, civil rights and consumer organizations.
The Air/Energy Program
[Anti-fossil fuel industries]: air standards, global warming, transportation, energy efficiency, renewable energy and electric-industry restructuring.
The Health Program
[Anti-chemical industries]: drinking water, pesticides, industrial chemicals, and eliminate the use of chemicals.
The International Program [Anti-production and defense industries]: rainforests, biodiversity, habitat preservation, oceans and marine life, nuclear weapons and global warming.
The Land Program
[Land control, production control, consumer control]: national forests, parks and other public lands, to promote improved management of private forest lands, and to reduce U.S. consumption of products made from wood.
The Nuclear Program
[Anti-defense industries]: tracking global arsenals and the status of arms treaties, waste and fissile material disposition, security and control.
The Urban Program
[Crippling all productive activities]: air and water quality, habitat and open space, garbage and recycling, transportation, water supply, sprawl, and environmental justice.
The Water and Coastal Program
[Anti-production and sports industries]: water quality, fish populations, wetlands and oceans.

John Adams

THIS IS JOHN H. ADAMS, NRDC'S BOSS
WHY ISN'T HE SMILING?
Because some people still have jobs


NRDC's President / Founding President John H. Adams gets three-quarters of a million bucks a year to destroy your job and your standard of living.

John H. Adams'relationships are mapped on Muckety.

WHAT NRDC's ELITE GETS PAID TO PUT YOU OUT OF WORK

Officers and Key Employees: 2006

Name Title Compensation
JOHN H ADAMS FOUNDING PRESIDENT $461,164
JOHN H ADAMS PRESIDENT Salary $266,810
Benefits $29,490
JOHN H ADAMS COMBINED INCOME $757,464
FRANCES BEINECKE PRESIDENT Salary $252,327
Benefits $27,510
JACK MURRAY DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR Salary $196,850
Benefits $21,191
JUDY KEEFER FINANCE DIRECTOR Salary $179,350
Benefits $$25,682
PATRICIA SULLIVAN DEPUTY DIRECTOR Salary $163,610
Benefits $21,191

Frances Beinecke, president of NRDC, has worked for the group for more than 30 years. Prior to becoming the president in 2006, she served as the organization’s executive director for eight years. She is an heir of the Sperry and Hutchinson Green Stamp fortune - her father was William S. Beinecke, president of Sperry and Hutchinson. She comes from a long line of wealthy businesspeople, including lawyers and heads of companies.

Frances Beinecke's relationships are mapped on Muckety.

Five Highest Paid Employees: 2006

Name Title Compensation
DAVID HAWKINS DIR OF CLIMATE CENTER Salary $182,685
Benefits $33,460
PHILIP GUTIS DIR COMMUNICATIONS Salary $172,441
Benefits $16,752
TOM COCHRAN DIR OF NUCLEAR PROGRAM Salary $160,867
Benefits $32,455
SARAH CHASIS SENIOR ATTORNEY Salary $160,867
Benefits $15,492
WESLEY WARREN DIR OF PROGRAMS Salary $160,771
Benefits $15,015

NRDC HAS 157 OTHER EMPLOYEES WHO GET OVER $50,000 A YEAR TO KILL YOUR ENERGY SUPPLY, THE NATIONAL ECONOMY, AND YOUR DREAMS

Natural Resources Defense Council
Revenue and Expenses: 2006

  Revenue     Expenses
Contributions $$66,965,815
Government Grants $326,740
Program Services $749,197
Investments $1,889,275
Special Events ($535,386)
Sales $0
Other $743,568
 
Program Services $51,097,183
Administration $5,616,934
Other $7,060,728
Total Expenditures $63,774,845
Total Revenue $70,139,209   NET GAIN/LOSS $6,364,364

Donor Grant Overview (analysis by Activist Cash.com)

Selected Grants

 
David & Lucile Packard Foundation
Grant $200,000.00 in 2003
Source IRS Form 990 or 990-PF
Details To continue support for the Ocean Protection Initiative in the Pacific region.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Grant $9,689.00 in 1997
Source U.S. Government Publications
Details Special Purpose (Livestock Waste Education - The Objective For This Project Is To Educate The Public About The Impact of Livestock Waste on Waterways)
Columbia Foundation
Grant $40,000.00 in 2004
Source IRS Form 990 or 990-PF
Details For Making It Happen: Sustainable Agriculture in California, to advocate for policy and funding reform to support the expansion of sustainable agriculture and pesticide use reduction in California
Marisla Foundation
Grant $600,000.00 in 2003
Source IRS Form 990 or 990-PF
Details Marine mammals, CA ecosystem, Mercury initiative
Summit Charitable Foundation
Grant $10,000.00 in 1999
Source The Foundation Center
Details For gala honoring environmental accomplishments of Ted Turner and Anne and Constantine Sidamon-Eristoff
Top Funders and Grantees

 
Funding From Foundations
& Corporations

Total Donated

Time Frame
Energy Foundation $14,733,574.00 1991 – 2005
Pew Charitable Trusts $12,661,000.00 1991 – 2000
Blue Moon Fund $9,734,735.00 1988 – 2005
John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation $8,705,195.00 1988 – 2005
Turner Foundation $6,846,542.00 1993 – 2005
Public Welfare Foundation $6,650,000.00 1990 – 2006
Joyce Foundation $4,699,445.00 1989 – 2005
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency $4,681,097.00 1996 – 2001
Marisla Foundation $4,388,000.00 1991 – 2005
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation $3,945,000.00 1990 – 2005
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation $3,523,090.00 1989 – 2005
San Francisco Foundation $3,417,739.00 1990 – 2004
Surdna Foundation $2,922,000.00 1989 – 2006
Ford Foundation $2,883,300.00 1989 – 2004
ARIA Foundation $2,855,919.00 1996 – 2006
Park Foundation $2,846,010.00 1997 – 2005
Bauman Family Foundation $2,466,000.00 1997 – 2005
David & Lucile Packard Foundation $2,252,000.00 1988 – 2005
J. M. Kaplan Fund $2,222,500.00 1988 – 2005
Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation $2,221,000.00 1988 – 2005
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Funding From Other
Activist Groups

Total Donated

Time Frame
Tides Foundation & Tides Center
 
$488,004.00 1991 – 2003
National Audubon Society
 
$140,050.00 1999 – 2001
National Environmental Trust
 
$100,000.00 2000 – 2000
SeaWeb
 
$77,000.00 2001 – 2001
Environmental Defense
 
$10,000.00 1999 – 1999
 

Board of Directors - 2008

Name Title
Daniel R. Tishman Chair
Adam Albright Vice Chair
Alan Horn Vice Chair
Patricia Bauman Vice Chair
Robert J. Fisher Vice Chair
Joy Covey Treasurer

The problem of foreign donations to NRDC

NRDC's current emphasis on global issues such as climate change and "accelerating the greening of China" raises serious questions about foreign donors who may be using NRDC to forward alien national or ideological agendas.

The problem is that the United States permits any and all donors from foreign countries to give to U.S. 501(c)(3) exempt organizations without any requirement to report the donation in any way. NRDC's accounting department would simply enter a foreign donation on its books as if it were any other donation and provide the list to the Internal Revenue Service at the end of each fiscal year in their Form 990 report.
Donor information is not available to the public. Only the IRS can examine the donor list of any 501(c)(3) exempt organization. The grants listed in the Green Tracking Library are "reverse engineered" from the Form 990PF reports of U.S. donor foundations. Exempt U.S. organizations are obligated to disclose where their money goes, but not where it came from. Thus, U.S. foundations must list substantial detail of each grant they give, to whom, how much, for what purpose, and other data. By examining thousands of donor Form 990PF reports, it is possible to expose which foundations gave how much to which recipient and for what purpose. This provides the public with a picture of which wealthy donor foundations are forwarding which programs and agendas.
Since foreign donors are not registered in the United States, they do not file a Form 990PF with the IRS. Many foreign countries have laws forbidding the release of such financial information, including Liechtenstein, Panama and Bermuda. The United Kingdom keeps a register of charities, but does not track donations in any detail. Thus it is impossible to trace foreign donations to U.S. organizations - unless the receiving organization voluntarily publishes the information.
Thus, NRDC, with its current global programs, may be receiving large amounts of money from foreign influences and the American public has no way to know.
The Librarian calls upon NRDC to disclose whether it has received funds from any foreign source, individual, organization, foundation, or government.
Until and unless NRDC offers a statement of facts, The Librarian calls upon the American public to demand appropriate disclosure of any and all foreign contributions it may have received.

NRDC Grant History 2000-2007

 Total donations
Number of Grants:
 

 200 recent grants to NRDC
(A remarkably large percentage of donors did not provide a purpose in their grant description, hiding their intent and impact. This lack of transparency is against the public interest and must be corrected - The Librarian)

 Donor Foundation
 

Amount

Year

Grant Description

JOCKEY HOLLOW FOUNDATION INC
Bernardsville
New Jersey

$15,000

2008

Support for environmental projects

JOCKEY HOLLOW FOUNDATION INC
Bernardsville
New Jersey

$10,000

2007

Support for environmental projects

HAROLD B LARSON CHARITABLE AND TEST TRUST
Reno
Nevada

$30,000

2007

To promote the welfare of All Creatures

ANBINDER FAMILY FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$20,000

2007

 

HARBOURTON FOUNDATION
Princeton
New Jersey

$50,000

2007

Non-profit dedicated to solving the world's most threatening environmental problems.

MARTY & DOROTHY SILVERMAN FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$565,000

2007

 

GORDON & LLURA GUND FOUNDATION
Princeton
New Jersey

$5,000

2007

 

VERVANE INC
Cos Cob
Connecticut

$100,000

2007

 

VERVANE INC
Cos Cob
Connecticut

$15,000

2007

 

CHARLES EVANS HUGHES MEMORIAL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$50,000

2007

 

NORMAN AND ROSITA WINSTON FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$70,000

2007

 

FURTHERANCE FUND INC
New York
New York

$10,000

2007

Support for environmental projects

CHARLES M. & MARY D. GRANT FOUNDATION
Newark
Delaware

$30,000

2007

Katrina recovery project

THE HALL CHARITABLE TRUST
Santa Monica
California

$10,000

2007

 

BAIRD FOUNDATION
Buffalo
New York

$5,000

2007

 

SIDNEY & BEATRICE ALBERT FOUNDATION
Albany
New York

$10,000

2007

To fund normal operations

KROON FOUNDATION INC
Livingston
New Jersey

$5,000

2007

General purposes

PAUL & BERYL GREETIN FOUNDATION
Morristown
New Jersey

$5,000

2007

 

HOWARD PHIPPS FOUNDATION
Woodbridge
New Jersey

$5,000

2007

 

THE ANNENBERG FOUNDATION
Radnor
Pennsylvania

$275,000

2007

To support the implementation of a coordinated campaign to increase parks and other green spaces in Los Angeles California through the Los Angeles regional office

THE HAWKSGLEN FOUNDATION
Pittsburgh
Pennsylvania

$10,000

2007

 

OAK HILL FUND
Charlottesville
Virginia

$100,000

2007

Green homes initiative

WILLIAM BINGHAM FOUNDATION
Rocky River
Ohio

$25,000

2007

General operating support

RENAISSANCE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION INC
Indianapolis
Indiana

$5,000

2007

Support for environmental projects

SAN FRANCISCO FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$20,000

2007

To support work to lead on an effective program and build the capacity of an emerging coalition of local stakeholders to project and restore the environmental integrity of the San Francisco Bay Delta

SAN FRANCISCO FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$5,000

2007

For general support

SAN FRANCISCO FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$5,000

2007

For general support

SAN FRANCISCO FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$90,000

2007

For Western Water Sandwich Project

SAN FRANCISCO FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$8,000

2007

For forces of nature

GERRISH H MILLIKEN FOUNDATION
Wilmington
Delaware

$5,000

2007

Support for education

JAMIE & STEVE TISCH FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$5,000

2007

 

LOPATIN FAMILY FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$5,000

2007

 

BYDALE FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$20,000

2007

 

FALCON CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
Damariscotta
Maine

$25,000

2007

 

STRACHAN AND VIVIAN H DONNELLEY FOUNDATION
Chicago
Illinois

$5,000

2007

General fund

FRANKEL FAMILY FOUNDATION
Evanston
Illinois

$7,000

2007

 

B & M WRIGHT FOUNDATION
Great Neck
New York

$10,000

2007

Support program

HARDER FOUNDATION
Tacoma
Washington

$35,500

2007

Grizzly bear project

THE NO FRILLS FOUNDATION
St. Louis
Missouri

$20,000

2007

Support for environmental projects

SYZYGY FOUNDATION INC
Shawnee Msn
Kansas

$6,000

2007

 

CHARLOTTE & ARTHUR ZITRIN FOUNDATION
Dover
Delaware

$10,000

2007

 

MORRIS AND GWENDOLYN CAFRITZ FOUNDATION
Washington
Dist Of Columbia

$25,000

2007

For the Anacostia cleanup initiative

MORRIS AND GWENDOLYN CAFRITZ FOUNDATION
Washington
Dist Of Columbia

$20,000

2007

For the Anacostia and Potomac River Cleanup Initiatives

BRENNER FAMILY FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$20,000

2007

Support for environmental projects

LYNN R & KARL E PRICKETT FUND
Greensboro
North Carolina

$4,000

2007

 

EDNA WARDLAW CHARITABLE TRUST UA 123092
Atlanta
Georgia

$40,000

2007

 

SAN FRANCISCO FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$5,000

2007

For general support

SAN FRANCISCO FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$10,000

2007

For the campaign of the San Francisco chapter to cleaning up mercury

SAN FRANCISCO FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$5,000

2007

For partnership for the earth

BOSTON FOUNDATION INC
Boston
Massachusetts

$5,000

2007

 

BOSTON FOUNDATION INC
Boston
Massachusetts

$5,000

2007

 

BOSTON FOUNDATION INC
Boston
Massachusetts

$10,000

2007

 

BOSTON FOUNDATION INC
Boston
Massachusetts

$15,000

2007

 

TELAKA FOUNDATION INC
Providence
Rhode Island

$7,000

2007

Support for conservation efforts

PAUL AND EDITH BABSON FOUNDATION
Boston
Massachusetts

$11,000

2007

 

PAUL AND EDITH BABSON FOUNDATION
Boston
Massachusetts

$10,000

2007

 

GUMBO FOUNDATION
Santa Fe
New Mexico

$10,000

2007

Environment protection

NEIL AND ANNA RASMUSSEN FOUNDATION
Concord
Massachusetts

$10,000

2007

 

THE SUSAN A. & DONALD P. BABSON CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
Boston
Massachusetts

$4,000

2007

 

THE FELLOWS TRUST
Providence
Rhode Island

$10,000

2007

Global Environmental Purposes

FOCUS FOUNDATION INC
Stamford
Connecticut

$9,000

2007

 

MARION O. & MAXIMILIAN HOFFMAN FOUNDATION
East Norwich
New York

$30,000

2007

 

MARION O. & MAXIMILIAN HOFFMAN FOUNDATION
East Norwich
New York

$25,000

2007

 

ROBERT STERLING CLARK FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$10,000

2007

 

BAUMAN FAMILY FOUNDATION
Washington
Dist Of Columbia

$500,000

2007

General support

SILVER MOUNTAIN FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS
Morristown
New Jersey

$5,000

2007

Support for environmental projects

ARIA FOUNDATION INC
Homewood
Illinois

$10,000

2007

 

ARIA FOUNDATION INC
Homewood
Illinois

$969,235

2007

 

JOHN L NEU FAMILY FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$500,000

2007

 

WILD WOODS FOUNDATION
Pearl River
New York

$5,000

2007

 

THE KINGFISHER FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$30,000

2007

 

C STEVEN DUNCKER FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$23,500

2007

 

LOSTAND FOUNDATION INC
Katonah
New York

$225,000

2007

 

THE FRANK L AND SARAH MILLER COULSON FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$10,000

2007

 

WILLIAM & MARY GREVE FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$5,000

2007

 

SASCO FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$10,000

2007

 

SETH SPRAGUE EDUCATIONAL & CHARIT ABLE FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$10,000

2007

 

PROSPECT HILL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$50,000

2007

To support the campaign for the future

PROSPECT HILL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$50,000

2007

For general support of nuclear nonproliferation activities

PROSPECT HILL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$35,000

2007

For general support of the clean air project

DAVID L KLEIN JR FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$35,000

2007

Support to be divided evenly between the San Francisco and New York offices

DAVID L KLEIN JR FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$5,000

2007

Support to be divided evenly between the San Francisco and New York offices

ARMAND G ERPF FUND
New York
New York

$10,000

2007

Fundraising event

BERNARD F AND ALVA B GIMBEL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$125,000

2007

General operating support

BERNARD F AND ALVA B GIMBEL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$25,000

2007

General operating support

BERNARD F AND ALVA B GIMBEL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$5,000

2007

General operating support

AMETEK FOUNDATION INC
Paoli
Pennsylvania

$15,000

2007

 

OWSLEY BROWN CHARITABLE FOUNDATION INC
Louisville
Kentucky

$11,000

2007

 

BIEDENHARN FOUNDATION
Bossier City
Louisiana

$12,000

2007

 

LAWRENCE ISRAEL FAMILY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$25,000

2007

 

HOLLOMON-PRICE FOUNDATION
Richardson
Texas

$30,000

2007

Protect the Cumberland plateaus native hardwood fore

TIGER BARON FOUNDATION INC
Brooklyn
New York

$50,000

2007

 

TIGER BARON FOUNDATION INC
Brooklyn
New York

$50,000

2007

 

P TWENTY-ONE FOUNDATION
Houston
Texas

$25,000

2007

BioGems Project

FAVROT FUND
Houston
Texas

$100,000

2007

To support NRDC's campaign partnership for the earth specifically focusing on curbing global warming and speeding the greening of china

EDWARDS MOTHER EARTH FOUNDATION
Seattle
Washington

$20,000

2007

NRDC campaign to curb global warming

ROSE E TUCKER CHARITABLE TRUST
Portland
Oregon

$25,000

2007

General support

THE BOBOLINK FOUNDATION
Chicago
Illinois

$5,000

2007

 

WILBURFORCE FOUNDATION
Seattle
Washington

$30,000

2007

Markets Campaign for Tongass national Forest

WILBURFORCE FOUNDATION
Seattle
Washington

$50,000

2007

Defending Wildlife Habitat Bears Wolves and Wilderness In The Northern Rockies

SANDLER FAMILY SUPPORTING FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$200,000

2007

 

FIREDOLL FOUNDATION
Walnut Creek
California

$20,000

2007

Western Water Project

DAVID & HEIDI WELCH FOUNDATION
Atherton
California

$10,000

2007

Safeguard the earth and its natural systems

WEEDEN FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$35,000

2007

 

THE SAN DIEGO FOUNDATION
San Diego
California

$4,500

2007

 

THE CALIFORNIA WELLNESS FOUNDATION
Woodland Hls
California

$200,000

2007

For core operating support to continue research, advocacy and education efforts to improve environmental health in California

STROME FAMILY FOUNDATION
Santa Monica
California

$10,000

2007

 

MARILYN & JEFFREY KATZENBERG FOUNDATION
Los Angeles
California

$25,000

2007

Santa Monica

DAVID BOHNETT FOUNDATION
Beverly Hills
California

$25,000

2007

General support

TEBO FAMILY FOUNDATION
Santa Monica
California

$5,000

2007

General budget

HAROLD MCALISTER CHARITABLE FOUNDATION
Beverly Hills
California

$5,000

2007

 

GARDNER GROUT FOUNDATION
Los Angeles
California

$10,000

2007

 

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$75,000

2006

To support advocacy on FERC policies that affect the development and use of renewable resources

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$11,250

2006

To advocate for strong implementation rules for the Montana renewable power standard and for procurement of renewable in the northwestern energy resource plan

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$65,000

2006

To catalyze comprehensive environmental regulatory reform through an assessment of China's state environmental protection administration provincial environmental protection bureaus and international best practice recommendations

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$75,000

2006

To conduct technical and economic analyses on new energy efficiency initiatives for buildings and equipment and to assist in their design and implementation

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$100,000

2006

To coordinate state and national global warming advocates

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$90,000

2006

To develop national DSM policies advocate the reform of power sector regulatory practices to encourage DSM and coordinate provincial DSM pilot projects

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$50,000

2006

To develop policies improving the energy efficiency of large commercial buildings in China

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$375,000

2006

To integrate utility investments in energy efficiency with steady improvements in government efficiency standards

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$250,000

2006

To promote set America free's blueprint for energy security policy ;build demand for biofuels and promote state policies that reduce transportation oil use and global warming pollution

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$40,000

2006

To promote the substantial energy environmental and economic benefits of state appliance and equipment efficiency standards

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$50,000

2006

To support a lawsuit against the department of energy to enforce congressionally imposed deadlines to set appliance efficiency standards

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$10,000

2006

To support climate policy efforts in the northeast

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$50,000

2006

To support demand side management program implementation in Jiangsu province

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$30,000

2006

To support expansion of clean energy opportunities and oppose conventional coal power generation in the intermountain west

THE ENERGY FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$400,000

2006

To support state global warming policies in the northeast west coast and other priority states

THE BOBOLINK FOUNDATION
Chicago
Illinois

$5,000

2006

 

D & DF FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$25,000

2006

General Support

PLOUGHSHARES FUND INC
San Francisco
California

$50,000

2006

For continued technical, legal and policy challenges aimed at preventing new nuclear weapons programs, improving fissile material security and international monitoring, and phasing out civil use of plutonium an highly-enriched uranium

ROSE E TUCKER CHARITABLE TRUST
Portland
Oregon

$22,000

2006

General Support

BULLITT FOUNDATION
Seattle
Washington

$60,000

2006

 

BLANK FAMILY FOUNDATION INC
Miami
Florida

$400,000

2006

 

UNITED WAY OF THE BAY AREA
San Francisco
California

$5,244

2006

Designated by donor to agency for general operations

UNITED WAY OF THE BAY AREA
San Francisco
California

$5,244

2006

Designated by donor to agency for general operations

WILLIAM & FLORA HEWLETT FOUNDATION
Menlo Park
California

$15,000

2006

For the California global warming campaign

WILLIAM & FLORA HEWLETT FOUNDATION
Menlo Park
California

$110,000

2006

For NRDC and Silicon Valley Leadership Group to strengthen energy efficiency policy

WILLIAM & FLORA HEWLETT FOUNDATION
Menlo Park
California

$55,000

2006

For the video conferencing project

WILLIAM & FLORA HEWLETT FOUNDATION
Menlo Park
California

$200,000

2006

For the Western Water Project In California

WILLIAM & FLORA HEWLETT FOUNDATION
Menlo Park
California

$350,000

2006

For general support of NRDC;'s energy land and water programs

WILLIAM & FLORA HEWLETT FOUNDATION
Menlo Park
California

$125,000

2006

For education programs on oil prices auto technology and auto sector profits and Jobs

DAVID AND LUCILE PACKARD FOUNDATION
Los Altos
California

$100,000

2006

Special opportunities for children, conservation, and population

SUSAN AND FORD SCHUMANN FOUNDATION
Scottsdale
Arizona

$5,000

2006

 

STEPHEN M SILBERSTEIN FOUNDATION
Belvedere
California

$200,000

2006

Promote environmental health

CRAIG AND SUSAN MCCAW FOUNDATION
Kirkland
Washington

$25,000

2006

General operations

FAVROT FUND
Houston
Texas

$75,000

2006

To support NRDC's efforts to clean up our coastal waters and safeguard our groundwater as well as provide a model for coastal communities to emulate innovative ways to husband water resources while protecting them.

P TWENTY-ONE FOUNDATION
Houston
Texas

$25,000

2006

Bio Gems Project

FOWEY LIGHT FUND
Scarsdale
New York

$5,000

2006

 

BIEDENHARN FOUNDATION
Bossier City
Louisiana

$10,000

2006

 

W L LYONS BROWN FOUNDATION
Louisville
Kentucky

$15,000

2006

Operational support

JELKS FAMILY FOUNDATION INC
Panama City
Florida

$10,500

2006

 

ASPEN BUSINESS CENTER FOUNDATION
Aspen
Colorado

$10,000

2006

Support for education

MERLIN FOUNDATION
Boulder
Colorado

$10,000

2006

 

MEMTON FUND INC
New York
New York

$5,000

2006

Operating support

SCHERMAN FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$35,000

2006

Advocate Center

SCHERMAN FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$40,000

2006

Climate change

BERNARD F AND ALVA B GIMBEL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$5,000

2006

General operating support

BERNARD F AND ALVA B GIMBEL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$120,000

2006

General operating support

BERNARD F AND ALVA B GIMBEL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$30,000

2006

General operating support

OSCEOLA FOUNDATION INC
Lake Success
New York

$10,000

2006

 

LARSEN FUND INC
West Hartford
Connecticut

$15,000

2006

Annual Fund

RICHARD AND HINDA ROSENTHAL FOUNDATION
Stamford
Connecticut

$10,000

2006

 

SURDNA FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$150,000

2006

To develop a national standard for neighborhood design that integrates green building and smart growth and to work with the enterprise foundation on a major initiative to build affordable housing according to these green principles

LAGEMANN FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$20,000

2006

 

LOUIS AND HAROLD PRICE FOUNDATION INC
Louisville
Colorado

$50,000

2006

 

ARMAND G ERPF FUND
New York
New York

$10,000

2006

Fundraising event

SCHIFF FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$5,000

2006

 

OVERBROOK FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$90,000

2006

Recycling and Sustainability Project

J M KAPLAN FUND INC
New York
New York

$10,000

2006

General support

J M KAPLAN FUND INC
New York
New York

$15,000

2006

For the Book on Earth

DAVID L KLEIN JR FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$5,000

2006

Support for the New York office

DAVID L KLEIN JR FOUNDATION
San Francisco
California

$35,000

2006

Support to be divided evenly between the San Francisco and New York offices

PFIZER FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$5,255

2006

 

HENRY B PLANT MEMORIAL FUND INC
New York
New York

$5,000

2006

 

PROSPECT HILL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$35,000

2006

For general support of the clean air project

PROSPECT HILL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$50,000

2006

Toward general support of the nuclear program

PROSPECT HILL FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$50,000

2006

To support the campaign for the future

SETH SPRAGUE EDUCATIONAL & CHARIT ABLE FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$10,000

2006

 

SETH SPRAGUE EDUCATIONAL & CHARIT ABLE FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$10,000

2006

 

SETH SPRAGUE EDUCATIONAL & CHARIT ABLE FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$5,000

2006

 

SASCO FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$10,000

2006

 

LEON LOWENSTEIN FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$10,000

2006

Support case for clean Taxis-promotion vehicle policies

THOMAS J WATSON FOUNDATION
Newark
Delaware

$25,000

2006

General Operating Expenses

FANWOOD FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$5,500

2006

 

ROBERT D ZIFF FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$4,168

2006

General support

DIRK E ZIFF FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$4,167

2006

General support

C STEVEN DUNCKER FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$7,500

2006

 

LOSTAND FOUNDATION INC
Katonah
New York

$25,000

2006

 

EVERGREEN CHARITABLE FUND INC
Boxford
Massachusetts

$10,000

2006

 

RIPPLE FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$50,000

2006

 

RIPPLE FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$50,000

2006

 

DANIEL M ZIFF FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$4,167

2006

General support

THE KINGFISHER FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$10,000

2006

 

WILD WOODS FOUNDATION
Pearl River
New York

$5,000

2006

General operations

OVERHILLS FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$25,000

2006

General Support

LAWRENCE AND DANA LINDEN FAMILY FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$25,000

2006

 

MALKIN FUND INC
New York
New York

$10,000

2006

 

BEAVERTIDES FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$25,000

2006

General support

MOORE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION INC
New York
New York

$251,000

2006

Conservation advocacy

HENRY AND WENDY BRECK FOUNDATION
New York
New York

$8,000

2006

 

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