Donors

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All donors of $200 or more are disclosed by name and locale (when possible). Those giving $200 to $2,500 may request anonymity; anyone contributing more than $2,500 cannot. We do not name donors of sums less than $200. Our policy is to disclose the name of the person who initiated making an institutional gift. The foundation will not accept gifts that are tied to a specific project or a desired outcome.

The amounts listed below represent donations made in 2019 through Dec. 28. The figures are cumulative and continuously updated.

Adobe Inc. (anonymous employee gift via YourCause LLC), $1,976

AWH Capital L.P. (Austin Hopper), Dallas, $300

Jan Barta, Prague, Czech Republic, $1,000

Boyd Family Foundation, Greenwich, Connecticut, $5,000

Laura and Roderick Boyd, Wilmington, North Carolina, $260

Stacy and Tyler Burke, Dallas, $2,500

Larry Callahan, St. Louis, $250

John Campbell, $200

Jon Carnes, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, $20,000

Justin Chapman, Lafayette, California, $500

Michael Ciklin, Brentwood, Tennessee, $1,000

William D. Cohan, New York City, $2,000

Janet Cordingley, Quebec City, $200

Ruiari Coy, Dublin, $500

Jonathan Daws, Cedar Grove, Tennessee, $500

Ralph DellaCamera Jr., Stamford, Connecticut, $200

Rishi Dixit, San Francisco, $200

Egerton Capital Management (John Armitage), London, $10,000

Alec Embke, Seattle, $250

Aron English, Seattle, $500

Matthew Farrell, Charlottesville, Virginia, $320

R. Scott Fearon, Mill Valley, California, $5,000

Jay Fields, Houston, $250

The John and Jessica Fullerton Charitable Fund (John Fullerton), Aspen, Colorado, $100,000

Jeffrey Gardner, New York City, $250

Jefferson Gramm, New York City, $2,500

John Graves, Louisville, Kentucky, $250

Matthew Hinshaw, Portola Valley, California, $7,500

Matthew Humbaugh, New York City, $500

Integlia Family Foundation (Brendan Integlia), Providence, Rhode Island, $1,000

Investors for Director Accountability (Shad Rowe), Dallas, $2,500

Aref Jessani, New York City, $800

Zachary Kouwe, New York City, $500

Nathaniel Leclery, Los Angeles, $250

Longleaf Fund (Walker and Allison Abney), Wilmington, North Carolina, $2,000

Paolo Luban, Geneva, $2,000

Mark Long, $200

Dr. Derek MacDonald, Sudbury, Ontario, $300

Constance Miner, Washington, D.C., $250

Mr. & Mrs. Daniel Nall, Seattle, $1,000

Parris Foundation (Spencer Parris), Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina, $2,500

Paulson Family Foundation, San Clemente, California, $1,000

Samuel Pierson, New York City, $250

Bradley Safalow, Atlanta, $200

Charles Schwab Charitable Trust, $2,000

Craig Squires, Mill Valley, California, $200

Joseph Staggs, Dallas, $250

Stansberry Research, Baltimore, $1,000

John Stout, Riverside, Connecticut, $500

Phil Timyan, Key West, Florida, $2,000

Vranos Family Foundation, Old Greenwich, Connecticut, $10,000

YourCause LLC, $250

Daphne Zohar, Boston, $200

From Jan. 1 through Dec. 6, five donors received anonymity for an individual gift of more than $250; they contributed a total of $5,750 in donations. Over the same period, 48 donors, each with a gift of less than $250, provided $3,875.75 in total.