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OVERVIEW: More than $5 million in grants in support of the Palm Center

SELECT GRANTS:

  1. Tawani Foundation $63,000 – 2005, $63,000 – 2006, $1,350,000,000 – 2013-15
  2. Michael D. Palm Foundation $1,000,000 – 2005, $50,000 – 2010, $50,000 – 2013
  3. Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr. Fund $7,500 – 2000, $15,000 – 2001, $40,000 – 2002, $40,000 – 2003, $50,000 – 2004, $170,000 – 2005-07, $50,000 – 2008, $75,000 – 2009, $75,000 - 2010, $100,000 - 2011
  4. Gill Foundation $5,000 – 1999, $10,000 – 2000, $12,500 – 2001, $15,000 – 2002, $30,000 – 2003, $30,000 – 2004, $50,000 – 2006, $75,000 – 2007, $80,000 – 2009, $75,000 – 2010, $60,000 - 2011
  5. Arcus Foundation $10,000 – 2002, $30,000 – 2006, $30,000 – 2007, $60,000 – 2008, $75,000 - 2009, $175,000 – 2010
  6. Wells Fargo Foundation $46,000 – 2005, $52,000 – 2006, $55,000 – 2007, $55,000 – 2008, $60,000 – 2009, $60,000 - 2010, $60,000 - 2013
  7. R. Gwin Follis Foundation $25,000 – 2000, $70,000 – 2001, $30,000 – 2002, $35,000 – 2003, $40,000 – 2004, $40,000 – 2005, $40,000 - 2007
  8. Colonel (IL) J.N. Pritzker ,IL ARNG (Retired) $1,000 - 2004, $134,000 - 2008, $15,000 - 2010
  9. David Bohnett Foundation $25,000 – 2005, $25,000 – 2006, $25,000 – 2007, $25,000 – 2009, $45,000 - 2010
  10. Small Change Foundation $9,000 – 2001, $10,000 – 2004, $15,000 – 2006, $10,000 – 2007, $25,000 – 2009, $35,000 - 2010
  11. Johnson Family Foundation $30,500 – 2009, $25,000 - 2010
  12. Calamus Foundation $20,000 - 2010, $15,000 - 2011
  13. Compton Foundation $30,000 – 1999
  14. AT&T Foundation $25,000 - 2007
  15. Overbrook Foundation $9,000 – 2005, $5,000 - 2010