Skytruth

Shepherdstown, West Virginia

www.skytruth.org

$100,000 over two years

General support for the organization, which works to eliminate the information technology gap between environmental advocates and large corporate and governmental interests. Funding will underwrite administrative costs incurred while providing mining reform advocacy partners with maps, analyses and graphics obtained from satellite images and aerial photographs.

world resources institute

Washington, District of Columbia

www.wri.org

$50,000

To support the development of a pilot analysis for an environmental and social risk assessment tool, which was created with data from the Mining and Critical Ecosystems project.

American museum of natural history

New York, New York

www.amnh.org

$50,000

For its Center for Biodiversity Conservation and its Bahama Biocomplexity project.

Wildlife conservation society

Bronx, New York

www.wcs.org

$25,000

For continued work of the organization’s Coral Reef Conservation Program.

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conservation resources inc.

Mendham, New Jersey

www.conservationresourcesinc.org

$10,000

In support of general operations and to help match a grant from the William Penn Foundation.

the cumberland land trust

Cumberland, Rhode Island

www.cumberlandlandtrust.org

$10,000

As part of a matching grant from the State of Rhode Island Open Space Foundation to purchase 23 acres of land in a unique habitat of the Atlantic White Cedar Swamp.

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american academy in rome

New York, New York

www.aarome.org

$30,000 over three years

For a newly created lecture series entitled The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Lecture in Design, to be held in New York City and Rome.

cooper-hewitt national design museum

New York, New York

cooperhewitt.org

$150,000

For the Museum’s upcoming exhibition entitled Feeding Desire: Design and the Tools of the Table, 1500-2005.

educational foundation for the fashion industries

New York, New York

www.fitnyc.edu

$42,500

For The Tiffany & Co. Foundation International Scholarship in Jewelry Design, which supports a Japanese student majoring in jewelry design to study abroad at the Fashion Institute of Technology for one year.

metropolitan museum of art

New York, New York

www.metmuseum.org

$75,000 over three years

To support The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Curatorial Internship in the Museum’s department of American Decorative Arts.

national jewelry institute

New York, New York

www.nationaljewelryinstitute.org

$20,000

To support the Masterpieces of American Jewelry exhibition, which celebrates the unique attributes of American jewelry, its creators and innovators.

newark museum

Newark, New Jersey

www.newarkmuseum.org

$50,000

To support its exhibition Baubles, Bangles and Bling Bling: A World of Jewelry.

New York landmarks conservancy

New York, New York

www.nylandmarks.org

$25,000

For The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Stained Glass Preservation Fund, which will be used toward the preservation of Tiffany stained glass in New York’s historic religious buildings.

New York university

New York, New York

www.scps.nyu.edu

$10,000

For its arts and crafts conference, Meet Me at the Fair: The Louisiana Purchase Exposition and the Arts and Crafts Movement on Display.

Rhode Island School of Design

Providence, Rhode Island

www.risd.edu

$150,000

To endow a scholarship fund in the Department of Jewelry and Metalsmithing that will support an undergraduate student for the duration of his/her junior and senior year or a graduate student in the Department of Jewelry and Metalsmithing for two years.

World Monuments Fund, Inc.

New York, New York

www.wmf.org

$250,000 over two years

For conservation of Emperor Qianlong’s Lodge of Retirement in the Forbidden City in Beijing, China.

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