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All donors of $200 or more are disclosed by name and locale. Those giving between $200 and $2,500 may request anonymity; those giving over $2,500 cannot. We do not name donors of less than $200.*Our policy is to disclose the person initiating an institutional gift. The foundation will not accept gifts connected to a specific project or a desired outcome.

The amounts below represent 2019 donations through July 15. Figures are cumulative and are updated quarterly.

AWH Capital L.P. (Austin Hopper), Dallas, TX., $300

Gabriel Bernarde, Sydney, Australia, $500

Stacy and Tyler Burke, Dallas, TX., $2,500

Larry Callahan, Saint Louis, MO., $250

Jon Carnes, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, $15,000

William D. Cohan, New York, N.Y., $1,000

Ruiari Coy, Dublin, Ireland, $500

Ralph DellaCamera Jr., Stamford, CT., $200

Rishi Dixit, San Francisco, CA., $200

Egerton Capital Management (John Armitage), London, England, $10,000

Aron English, Seattle, WA., $500

Jay Fields, Houston, TX., $250

The John and Jessica Fullerton Charitable Fund (John Fullerton), Aspen, CO., $100,000

Matthew Hinshaw, Portola Valley, CA., $5,000

Matthew Humbaugh, New York, N.Y., $500

Integlia Family Foundation, Providence, R.I., $1,000

Zachary Kouwe, Brooklyn, N.Y., $500

Longleaf Fund (Walker and Allison Abney), Wilmington, N.C., $2,000

Paulson Family Foundation, San Clemente, CA., $1,000

Samuel Pierson, New York, N.Y., $250

Charles Schwab Charitable Trust, $1,000

From January 1 through July 15 three donors donating $4,500 were granted anonymity; within the same period, 24 donors of less than $250 gave a total of $1,327.75. Additionally, $283 in recurring donations were given from six people year-to date.