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Kadima Foundation

Mill Valley. Calif.

Private non-operating foundation

1) Mother Jones/Foundation for National Progress 2005: $5000, 2006: $35,462

Contact Information:

FOLGER LEVIN & KAHN LLP
Miller Ave Ste 220
Mill Valley, CA 94941-1927

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The Henry J. Kaiser Family Fdn

Menlo Park, Calif.
http://www.kff.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kaiser_Family_Foundation
Grants: Kaiser Health News $1,900,000 2008 (Project is directly funded by the sponsoring foundation.)

Contact Information:

2400 Sand Hill Road, Menlo Park, CA 94025
tel: (650) 854-9400, fax: (650) 854-4800
http://www.kff.org/about/contact.cfm

Charles Lawrence Keith & Clara Miller Fdn

New York, N.Y.

(Private non-operating foundation)
Grants: Women's e-News, $20,000 (These funds were given through the Fund for the City of New York.)

Contact Information:

217 Thompson Street Apt. 7 New York, NY 10012-1327

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W. K. Kellogg Fdn

Battle Creek, Mich.
http://www.wkkf.org/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/W.K._Kellogg_Foundation

Grants: 1) Women's e-News, $300,000 (Projects are directly funded by the sponsoring foundation.) 2) Investigative Reporting Works, $25,000

Contact Information:

One Michigan Avenue East, Battle Creek, Michigan 49017-4012
tel: 269-968-1611, fax: 269-968-0413

The Kendeda Fund

Wilmington, Del.

Private non-operating foundation

Grants: 1) Center for Investigative Reporting, $150,000 2) High Country News, 2007: $125,000, 2008: $125,000

Contact Information:

501 Silverside Rd. Ste 123 Wilmington DE 19809-1377

William A. Kerr Fdn

Alamo, Calif.
http://www.wakfoundation.org/

Grants: St. Louis Beacon, $20,000, 2007-08 ($10,000 each year)

Contact Information:

California: William R. Sweet, P.O. Box 1119, Alamo, CA 94507-7119
{encode="wrsweet@wakfoundation.org" title="wrsweet@wakfoundation.org"}
Missouri: John H. K. Sweet, M.D., 21 O'Fallon St St. Louis, MO 63102
tel: 314-436-3325
{encode="jsweet@wakfoundation.org" title="jsweet@wakfoundation.org"}

The David L. Klein Jr. Fdn

San Francisco, Calif.
http://www.blueprintrd.com/kleinfoundation/

Grants: Center for Investigative Reporting, $20,000

Contact Information:

720 Market Street, Suite 900, San Francisco, CA 94102
tel: 415-677-9700, fax: 415-677-9711

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John S. & James L. Knight Fdn

Miami, Fla.
http://www.knightfoundation.org/

http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=John_S._and_James_L._Knight_Foundation
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_S._and_James_L._Knight_Foundation

Grants:

2007: 1) Gotham Gazette, 2007: $250,000
1) Knight Community Info Challenge. 2009: $5,031,515 [21 sites: Digital Public Square ($550,000), IdeaMN ($500,000), Regional Information Initiative ($500,000), Valley Independent Sentinel ($500,000), NOWcast SA ($488,500), CommonWealth Magazine ($400,000), Raising Digital Literacy Among Seniors ($383,332), Virtual Community Library ($277,686), Community Information Hub ($255,000), Hyper-local Information ($250,000), Public School Notebook ($200,000), The Green Table Virtual Meeting Place ($188,000), Connect Southwest Alabama ($169,005), Bridging the Digital "Gray Divide" ($155,967), Neighborhood News Bureaus ($128,535), ConnectNetwork ($120,000), A Civic Blast ($100,000), Access to Basic Information ($100,000), Donor-funded News Beats ($100,000), Community News 2.0 ($87,500), Carbon and Water Footprint Project ($86,740), Manatee Connects ($41,250)]; 2010: $4,300,000 [24 sites: ACTion Alexandria ($102,000), Digital Media Center ($350,000), Write for Arkansas ($252,000), Be Counted, Represent ($72,000), Central Pennsylvania 2-1-1 ($225,000), Community News Matters ($202,000), GreenSpace ($352,000), River Partnership Online Network ($141,000), Community Information Action Agenda ($152,000), Public Interest News Service ($352,000), We the People ($72,000), Gables Home Page ($130,000), TheDuSu.com ($122,000), Open Indicators Consortium ($62,000), The Florida Independent (Gulf Coast Community Foundation of Venice, $352,000), ctmirror.org (Hartford Foundation for Public Giving, $302,000),
Health News Florida ($302,000), WyoFile.com ($122,000), Amazing County (a.k.a. County Bounty) ($94,400), Community Forums (Rhode Island Foundation, $102,000), Envision Bay Area ($302,000), READY. GET SET. LEARN. ($104,000), Beyond Bullets (The New York Community Trust, $62,000), KidSpeak Neighborhood News ($126,000)

2) 2009 News Challenge projects: a) N.Y. news games (Gotham Gazette) $250,000 b) Spot.us $340,000 c) Everyblock, $1,100.000 d) Web journalism (Boulder, Colo.) $90,000 3) Chi-Town Daily News, $435,000, 4) MinnPost, $835,000 5) St. Louis Beacon, $90,000 6) Voice of San Diego, $100,000 7) PlanPhilly $100,000 8) New England Center for Investigative Reporting, $250,000 9) Center for Public Integrity, $1,507,000 2005-08 10) William Penn Foundation/Public School Notebook, $200,000 2008-11 11) Community Foundation of Palm Beach and Martin Counties, $916,084 (KNIGHT TOTAL - $11,244,599) 12) Manatee Connects (Manatee Community Foundation, $2,500,000 (to be distributed over a seven year period)

2010 grants: 1) Wyofiile, $122,000

Knight Foundation's Investigative Reporting Initiative: 1) Texas Tribune, $250,000.00, 08/31/2009 to 11/30/2011 (a new nonprofit statewide online news organization); 2) Center for Investigative Reporting, $1,320,000, 07/01/2009 to 07/31/2011 3) Pro Publica, $1.010,000, 07/01/2009 to 07/31/2012

Other Grants: 1) Knight News Challenge - 2009: ProPublica, $719,500.00, 07/01/2009 to 11/30/2011 (To create DocumentCloud, a public, easily searchable index of original source documents on the Web); 2010: CityTracking. $400,000; The Cartoonist, $378,000; Local Wiki, $350,000; WindyCitizen, $250,000; Front Porch Forum, $220,000 2). The Real News Network, $249,950.00, 11/01/2009 to 10/31/2011 3) Huffington New Post, 2009: $200,000

Community Initiatives: 2009: Bay Citizen, $250,000

2011: Bay Citizen and Texas Tribune, $487,500 each ti develop new publishing system for local news sites

Contact Information:

Wachovia Financial Center, Suite 3300, 200 South Biscayne Boulevard, Miami, Fla. 33131-2349
tel:. (305) 908-2600

Kohlberg Fdn

Mount Kisco, N.Y.
http://www.kohlbergfoundation.org/

Private non-operating foundation
The Kohlberg Foundation reflects the individual and collective philanthropy of the donors, Jerome and Nancy Kohlberg, and their children and grandchildren. It is a family foundation. Broadly defined, the foundation works within three major categories: health and medical research, education, and the environment.

Grants: ProPublica, $50,000

Contact Information:

111 Radio Circle, Mount Kisco, NY 10549
tel: (914) 242-2388
{encode="info@kohlbergfoundation.org" title="info@kohlbergfoundation.org"}
Address Inquiries to Amanda DeHaan, Office Manager

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