Wilmer Shields Rich Award Winners 2003

Annual or Biennial Reports

Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets more than $55 million
  • Gold: The Ford Foundation
  • Silver: Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
  • Bronze: The Duke Endowment
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $15-55 million
  • Gold: Nokomis Foundation
  • Silver: Woods Charitable Fund, Inc.
  • Bronze: The Needmor Fund
Community and Public Foundations, assets more than $30 million
  • Gold: Akron Community Foundation
  • Silver: The Norfolk Foundation
  • Bronze: The International Youth Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $10-30 million
  • Gold: Global Fund for Women
  • Silver: Ploughshares Fund
  • Bronze: The Community Technology Foundation of California
Community and Public Foundations, assets $5-10 million
  • Gold: The Community Foundation of Westmoreland County
  • Silver: Charlevoix County Community Foundation
  • Bronze: The Columbia Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets less than $5 million
  • Gold: Global Greengrants Fund
  • Silver: Jewish Fund for Justice
  • Bronze: John Muir/Mt. Diablo Community Health Benefit Corporation
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs, annual grants more than $2.5 million
  • Gold: Microsoft Corporation (Full Version)
  • Silver: Tenet Healthcare Foundation
  • Bronze: Medtronic Foundation
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs, annual grants less than $2.5 million
  • Gold: The Millipore Foundation
  • Silver: American Honda Foundation
  • Bronze: Fuji Photo Film U.S.A., Inc.

Newsletters

Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets more than $55 million
  • Gold: Edward Lowe Foundation
  • Silver: The Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust
  • Bronze: The California Wellness Foundation
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $15 million or Less
  • Silver: The Sunshine Lady Foundation, Inc.
  • Bronze: VisionMark
Community and Public Foundations, assets more than $30 million
  • Gold: The Boston Foundation
  • Silver: The International Youth Foundation
  • Bronze: The Rhode Island Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $10-30 million
  • Gold: Global Fund for Women
  • Silver: Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin
  • Bronze: Calhoun County Community Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $10 million or less
  • Gold: Middlesex County Community Foundation, Inc.
  • Silver: The Parkersburg Area Community Foundation & Regional Affiliate
    Foundations of Ritchie, Doddridge, Pleasants & Jackson Counties

Public Policy Campaigns

Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets more than $55 million
  • Gold: The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (Let's Get America Covered)
  • Silver: The Joyce Foundation
  • Bronze: The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets Less than $5 Million
  • Silver: Ellis L. Phillips Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets more than $30 million
  • Gold: The Minneapolis Foundation
  • Silver: California HealthCare Foundation
  • Bronze: MetroWest Community Health Care Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $10-30 million
  • Gold: Saint Ann Foundation
  • Silver: Steven and Michele Kirsch Foundation

Special Reports

Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets more than $55 million
  • Gold: The California Wellness Foundation (Reflections on Public Policy Grantmaking)
  • Silver: Open Society Institute (Bending the Bow)
  • Bronze: The Colorado Trust (Suicide in Colorado)
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $15-55 million
  • Gold: Flintridge Foundation
  • Silver: The Johnson Foundation
  • Bronze: Nokomis Foundation
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $15 million or less
  • Gold: The Discount Foundation
  • Silver: The Piton Foundation (Web Brochure)
Community and Public Foundations, assets more than $30 million
  • Gold: MetroWest Community Health Care Foundation
  • Silver: Marin Community Foundation
  • Bronze: The Boston Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $10-30 million
  • Gold: Global Fund for Women
  • Silver: Good Samaritan Foundation, Inc.
Community and Public Foundations, assets $5-10 million
  • Gold: Parkersburg Area Community Foundation & Regional Affiliate
    Foundations of Ritchie, Doddridge, Pleasants & Jackson Counties
  • Silver: Blue River Foundation, Inc.
  • Bronze: Foundations of East Chicago
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs, annual grants more than $2.5 million
  • Gold: The Goldman Sachs Foundation
  • Silver: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation
  • Bronze: AOL Time Warner Foundation
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs, annual grants less than $2.5 million
  • Gold: American Savings Foundation
  • Silver: The Hitachi Foundation
  • Bronze: XL Foundation

Web sites

Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets more than $55 million
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets less than $5 million
Community and Public Foundations, assets more than $30 million
Community and Public Foundations, assets $30 million or less
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs annual grants more than $2.5 million
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs annual grants less than $2.5 million