AFRICAN WILDLIFE FOUNDATION

Washington, District of Columbia

www.awf.org

$40,000

To support the planning and design phase of a new multi-purpose education center in Botswana’s Chobe National Park.

ALASKA CONSERVATION FOUNDATION

Anchorage, Alaska

www.alaskaconservation.org

$100,000

In support of the Bristol Bay Native Association and its Bristol Bay Regional Vision Project, which seeks to demonstrate a collective view of the Native communities in Bristol Bay, Alaska on key issues affecting this region, including natural resource use and large-scale mining.

CLARK FORK COALITION

Missoula, Montana

www.clarkfork.org

$120,000

For the coalition’s Water Watch program focusing on the reparation of defunct mines and the prevention of potentially harmful mining projects in the Clark Fork watershed.

Diamond Development Initiative International

Falls Church, Virginia

www.ddiglobal.org

$270,000 over two years

To provide support for the creation and pilot of Development Diamond Standards for artisanal diamond mining and the Kimberley Process Development Focus Programme.

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY

Cambridge, Massachusetts

www.theprex.net

$100,000

To support the Project for Reclamation Excellence (P-REX) to create a booklet series and website in collaboration with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Superfund Group on the reclamation of abandoned mine sites.

NATURE CONSERVANCY

Arlington, Virginia

www.nature.org

$400,000 over two years

For support for its work in Bristol Bay, Alaska including the dissemination of its large-scale mining risk assessment, establishment of Salmon Reserves in native villages, hydrogeologic research and collection of hydrological data for the establishment of instream flow reservations.

TIDES CENTER

San Francisco, California

$10,000

General support of the Funders Workgroup for Sustainable Production and Consumption.

WORLD WILDLIFE FUND INC

Washington, District of Columbia

www.worldwildlife.org

$300,000 over two years

To support a global study on the effects of artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) in protected areas and to pilot possible mitigation strategies.

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Environmental Defense Fund Incorporated

New York, New York

www.edf.org

$300,000 over three years

To provide support for the protection of coral reefs by transforming the marine ornamental trade through its Coral Wildlife Campaign.

MARINE CONSERVATION BIOLOGY INSTITUTE

Bellevue, Washington

www.mcbi.org

$50,000

To support the provision of scientific guidance for the implementation of Coastal and Marine Spatial Planning in the United States after the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

NATIONAL AUDUBON SOCIETY INC

New York, New York

www.audubon.org

$50,000

To support monitoring and restoring bird populations affected by the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

OCEANA INC

Washington, District of Columbia

www.oceana.org

$100,000

In support of Oceana’s work in protecting the Belize Barrier Reef System through fisheries management strategies which directly impact the health of the reef.

ROCKEFELLER PHILANTHROPY ADVISORS, INC.

New York, New York

www.gulfcoastfund.org

$50,000

For the Gulf Coast Fund, to provide timely and necessary support of coastal communities and marine ecosystems in the Gulf Coast region in response to the 2010 Gulf of Mexico oil spill.

Sailors for the Sea Inc

Newport, Rhode Island

www.sailorsforthesea.org

$25,000

For additional support of Around the Americas’ public relations efforts to greater influence the general public to engage in national, regional, community and grassroots actions to protect the health of the oceans.

Sailors for the Sea Inc

Newport, Rhode Island

www.sailorsforthesea.org

$100,000 over two years

For programmatic capacity building for the organization.

SKYTRUTH

Shepherdstown, West Virginia

www.skytruth.org

$50,000

For support of Skytruth as it provides the environmental community, members of the media, decision-makers and the public with credible information, custom images and support during cleanup and long-term restoration efforts following the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.

The Sapling Foundation

New York, New York

www.tedprize.org/mission-blue-voyage

$150,000

To support The Mission Blue/TED.com Awareness Campaign inspired by Sylvia Earle’s 2009 TED Prize to ignite public support for a global network of marine protected areas.

WILDLIFE CONSERVATION SOCIETY

Bronx, New York

www.wcs.org

$150,000

To support coral conservation in the Coral Triangle and cutting-edge research in climate change mitigation strategies for coral reefs around the world.

World Resources Institute

Washington, District of Columbia

www.wri.org

$50,000

For support for the dissemination of Reefs at Risk: Revisited.

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ENVIRONMENTAL GRANTMAKERS ASSOCIATION

New York, New York

www.ega.org

$75,000

For general support.

Friends of the High Line INC

New York, New York

www.thehighline.org

$100,000

For continued operating and maintenance support of the High Line, especially the Chelsea Grasslands.

NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN

Bronx, New York

www.nybg.org

$400,000

To support the Orchid Research Collection and The Orchid Show from 2011 to 2013.

THE MUNICIPAL ART SOCIETY OF NEW YORK

New York, New York

mas.org

$25,000

For support of the Summit for New York City, to bring together 400 leaders in urban design and planning, transportation, parks, economics and housing to discuss the future growth of the city.

The Royal Parks Foundation (USA)

London, United Kingdom

www.royalparksfoundation.org

$1,250,000 over two years

For Tiffany-Across the Water, a multi-faceted program with three significant restoration projects to enhance water features across all eight Royal Parks in London.

The Trust for Public Land

San Francisco, California

www.tpl.org

$250,000

A challenge grant for the Campaign to Save Cahuenga Peak, home of the Hollywood Sign.

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METROPOLITAN MUSEUM OF ART

New York, New York

www.metmuseum.org

$26,000

Additional support of The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Curatorial Internship in American Decorative Arts for 2011.

Rhode Island School of Design

Providence, Rhode Island

www.risd.edu

$150,000

To augment The Tiffany & Co. Foundation Scholarship Fund to support an additional student in the Department of Jewelry and Metalsmithing for two years.

WORLD MONUMENTS FUND, INC.

New York, New York

www.wmf.org

$75,000

For general support over three years.

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