- Big Lottery Fund $55.09 M
- Nationale Postcode Loterij $46.18 M
- Comic Relief $38.33 M
- Esmée Fairbairn Foundation $16.83 M
- Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors $16.09 M
- Oak Foundation $15.03 M
- The Tudor Trust $14.23 M
- Bridge House Estates $8.50 M
- Paul Hamlyn Foundation $7.36 M
- Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust $6.83 M
- The Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation for Human Progress $5.25 M
- The Sigrid Rausing Trust $4.59 M
- Wikimedia Foundation $4.34 M
- The Barrow Cadbury Trust $4.29 M
- Unbound Philanthropy $3.36 M
- National Endowment for Democracy $3.17 M
- Bodossaki Foundation $2.96 M
- The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation $2.95 M
- EEA and Norway Grants $2.79 M
- Human Dignity Foundation $2.48 M
- Carnegie Corporation of New York $2.45 M
- Tides Foundation $2.07 M
- Freedom House $2.02 M
- Stop AIDS Now $1.56 M
- Fund For Global Human Rights $1.30 M
- M = Millions
Population Focus includes funding explicitly targeted to benefit specific groups and only illustrates those accounting for the largest shares of grant dollars or grants. See Methodology for details on how regional focus and population focus were determined and limitations.
Figures represent only grants that could be identified as supporting a specific strategy. In addition, grants may employ multiple strategies and would therefore be counted in more than one category.
- Comic Relief UK supported Spirit Advocacy in the United Kingdom to empower older people with mental health problems across the Highlands of Scotland to reduce stigma and discrimination and to influence policy and improve services.
- Oak Foundation supported Norwegian Helsinki Committee in Norway to gather, systematize, analyze and make accessible materials documenting gross human rights violations in the North Caucasus.