The Charles Stewart Mott Foundation is a charitable foundation founded in 1926. The foundation administers funds through four programs — Civil Society, Environment, Flint Area, and Pathways out of Poverty, and it also funds special exploratory projects. It supports nonprofit programs throughout the United States and, on a limited basis, internationally. In 2006, the Foundation had year-end total assets of $2.6 billion and made 545 grants totaling $107.3 million.
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Some organizations that the C. S. Mott Foundation has funded are the Kettering University, Public/Private Ventures, The Nature Conservancy, Federation for American Immigration Reform, University of Michigan, Jobs for the Future, Afterschool Alliance, European Foundation Centre, Kentucky Child Now, Flint Institute of Arts and Focus: HOPE. It is a member of the Network of European Foundations for Innovative Cooperation (NEF).
CSMF donated $450,000 to the Bundesverband Deutscher Stiftungen foundation. The project goal is to develop the community foundation field and strengthen infrastructure for community foundations in Europe. To this end, Bundesverband Deutscher Stiftungen, in partnership with the Center for Philanthropy in Slovakia and UK Community Foundations, and in coordination with the European Foundation Centre, will manage and develop the European Community Foundation Initiative. Working with its partners, the grantee will increase the level and quality of community philanthropy in Europe and strengthen the capacity of existing community foundations and their associations.
CSFM donated $550,000 to People in Need Foundation. This grant will support the continued organizational and programmatic development of People in Need, one of the largest nonprofits in Central and Eastern Europe. Founded in 1992, the grantee provides relief and development assistance in response to natural disasters and violent conflict; promotes human rights, civic engagement, and civil society development; and supports social inclusion and integration for marginalized groups. Since its establishment, the grantee has worked in more than 50 countries. In 2014, the grantee delivered $35 million in aid to 21 countries, including $14.6 million in Syria, mostly in the form of food aid to more than 1.1 million people.
CSMF donated $55,000 to the Ukrainian Helsinki Human Rights Union. The program goal is to engage with active citizens and nonprofit groups to strengthen the protection of fundamental rights and freedoms in Ukraine. Established in 2004, the grantee works to promote practical observance of the range of international human rights' instruments to which Ukraine is a party. The grantee supports a network of more than 30 members around the country to: 1) promote and protect human rights through a range of information and educational activities; 2) increase strategic litigation and direct representation of victims through regional legal advice centers; and 3) monitor, research, and analyze the state of human rights in Ukraine. The grantee also supports a Human Rights House training and information
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