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The organization provides financial counseling to its grantees, a trend that is gaining traction among nonprofits that make similar grants.
More than 800 of the seats at the venue were donated to those impacted by the fires, including the team at Santa Rosa Community Health, a Tipping Point Emergency Relief Fund grantee that lost its largest facility in the firestorm.
But Luskin, a research fellow at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore and the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute (and also a National Geographic Society grantee), believes macaques may ultimately prove just as problematic.
The event honored Tipping Point grantees Genesys Works Bay Area, New Teacher Center, On the Move and Shelter Inc. for improving the lives of the 1.3 million low-income Bay Area residents through helping them meet their basic needs.
Affiliated Services Provider of Indiana, the only grantee in Indiana with a statewide program last year, lost 81 percent of its funding, going from $906, 987 to $168,565 this year.
William & Karen Krehbiel $10,000 Emanuel spoke at A Better Chicago's education summit, which Krehbiel runs; City Colleges partners with A Better Chicago grantee One Million Degrees.
The 81 grantees in the second cohort — those whose funding was just slashed — are similarly working to expand the reach of the effective curriculums and test new ideas.
Twenty-four of its 26 members are now agency grantees, with some listed as principal investigators on EPA research grants worth more than $220 million.
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Financial Definition of GRANTEE
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In the legal world, a grantee is a person who receives something.
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Grantees receive title and claim to assets of all kinds: stock options, real estate, or the legal use of some sort of asset. In contracts and other agreements, it is important to understand who exactly the grantee is.
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