Largest Foundation Support for Religion for 2012

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Rank
Foundation
Grants
Total Given
1
Lilly Endowment Inc.
236

84,613,761
2
49

33,165,840
3
Adelson Family Foundation
6

32,230,000
5
Open Doors International, Inc.
13

24,092,767
7
The Maclellan Foundation, Inc.
1

17,660,000
10
The Flatley Foundation
8

10,750,000
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11
Swartz Foundation
3

10,017,000
16
O. Wayne Rollins Foundation
2

8,000,000
17
The Bolthouse Foundation
1

7,500,000
18
Harry J. Lloyd Charitable Trust
111

7,355,332
19
Koch Foundation, Inc.
425

7,173,673
20
Einhorn Family Charitable Trust
9

7,128,197
21
Koret Foundation
65

7,105,000
22
29

7,075,101
23
48

7,021,284
24
The M-K LINK Foundation
6

6,805,000
26
The Columbus Foundation and Affiliated Organizations
87

6,495,506
27
The Marcus Foundation, Inc.
28

6,107,137
28
The Jay and Jean Schottenstein Foundation
22

6,083,713
29
Sorenson Legacy Foundation
3

5,953,689
31
Enoch Trust
11

5,691,750
32
John C. Lasko Foundation
35

5,576,500
33
The Kern Family Foundation, Inc.
40

5,520,589
36
The Lynn and Foster Friess Family Foundation
1

5,000,000
37
Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation, Inc.
1

5,000,000
39
Eula Mae and John Baugh Foundation
26

4,270,000
40
Dan Murphy Foundation
22

4,185,000
42
The Russell Berrie Foundation
13

3,992,527
43
Thrivent Financial Lutheran
68

3,921,600
44
G. II Charities
40

3,740,385
45
Dalio Foundation, Inc.
9

3,739,028
47
Skirball Foundation
10

3,500,000
48
Regals Foundation
7

3,474,000
49
Claws Foundation
3

3,285,000


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Source: Foundation Stats (Foundation Center) / CC BY-NC-SA 4.0

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