Wilmer Shields Rich Award Winners 1999

Annual or Biennial Reports

Community and Public Foundations, assets more than $30 million
  • Gold: The Seattle Foundation
  • Silver: The Pittsburgh Foundation
  • Bronze: The San Francisco Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $10-30 million
  • Gold: The Foundation for Roanoke Valley
  • Silver: Waterbury Foundation
  • Bronze: Community Foundation of Central Florida, Inc.
Community and Public Foundations, assets $5-10 million
  • Gold: CDC Foundation
  • Silver: Charlevoix County Community Foundation
  • Bronze: Community Foundation of Ottawa-Carleton
Community and Public Foundations, assets less than $5 million
  • Gold: The Global Fund for Women
  • Silver: Whatcom Community Foundation
  • Bronze: The Greater Johnson County Community Foundation
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs, annual grants more than $2.5 million
  • Gold: Fannie Mae Foundation
  • Silver: Scripps Howard Foundation
  • Bronze: The Coca-Cola Foundation
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs, annual grants less than $2.5 million
  • Gold: The Nalco Foundation
  • Silver: The Millipore Foundation
  • Bronze: The KPMG Foundation
Independent, family and operating foundations, assets more than $55 million
  • Gold: (TIE) The Ford Foundation

    Gold: Houston Endowment, Inc.
  • Silver: Eugene and Agnes Meyer Foundation
  • Bronze: Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Independent, family and operating foundations, assets $15–$55 million
  • Gold: Doris & Victor Day Foundation
  • Silver: The Australian Youth Foundation
  • Bronze: The Health Foundation of Greater Indianapolis, Inc.
Independent, family and operating foundations, assets less than $15 million
  • Gold: Helen Bader Foundation
  • Silver: Marie C. & Joseph C. Wilson Foundation
  • Bronze: The Aaron Diamond Foundation

Special Reports

Community and public foundations, assets more than $30 million
  • Gold: The Pittsburgh Foundation Donor Outreach
  • Silver: The Seattle Foundation Partners for the Future
  • Bronze: Williamsport-Lycoming Foundation Building Vibrant Communities
Community and public foundations, assets less than $30 million
  • Gold: Whatcom Community Foundation Generation to Generation
  • Silver: The Santa Fe Community Foundation The Santa Fe Volunteer's Yellow Pages
  • Bronze: Community Foundation of the Ozarks A Bridge to the Future
Corporate foundations and giving programs
  • Gold: The Hitachi Foundation Global Corporate Citizenship–Rationale and Strategies
  • Silver: MCI Foundation The Promise of Technology
  • Bronze: Fannie Mae Foundation Maxwell Awards of Excellence
Independent, family and operating foundations, assets more than $55 million
  • Gold: The Annie E. Casey Foundation Children and Family Fellowship
  • Silver: California Healthcare Foundation Understanding Medi-Cal–The Basics
  • Bronze: The Getty Grant Program of the J. Paul Getty Trust Grants Awarded 1995/97
Independent, family and operating foundations, assets less than $55 million
  • Gold: The Leeway Foundation 1998 Awards for Artists
  • Silver: The Faye McBeath Foundation A Story of Giving
  • Bronze: The Piton Foundation Neighborhood Leadership Program brochure

Newsletters

Community and public foundations, assets more than $30 million
  • Gold: The Boston Foundation
  • Silver: The Pittsburgh Foundation
  • Bronze: Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro
Community and public foundations, assets $10–$30 million
  • Gold: Henry M. Jackson Foundation
  • Silver: The Community Foundation of Southeastern Connecticut
  • Bronze: Community Foundation of the Ozarks
Community and public foundations, assets $5–$10 million
  • Gold: New Britain Foundation for Public Giving
  • Silver: The Global Fund for Women
  • Bronze: Community Foundation of Ottawa-Carleton
Community and public foundations, assets less than $5 million
  • Gold: Greater Lowell Community Foundation
  • Silver: Great Valley Center
  • Bronze: Glendale Community Foundation
Independent, family and operating foundations
  • Gold: The California Wellness Foundation
  • Silver: John S. and James L. Knight Foundation
  • Bronze: Mind Science Foundation
Corporate foundations and giving programs
  • Gold: Fannie Mae Foundation
  • Silver: Reader's Digest Foundation Tall Tree News
  • Bronze: Dayton Hudson Foundation

Websites

Community and public foundations
Corporate foundations and giving programs
Independent, family and operating foundations, assets more than $55 million
Special Recognition Award
  • W. K. Kellogg Foundation, For the Benefit of All