Wilmer Shields Rich Award Winners 2006

Annual or Biennial Reports

Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets more than $250 million
  • Gold: Skoll Foundation
  • Silver: Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
  • Bronze: The Meadows Foundation
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $101-250 million
  • Gold: The Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation
  • Silver: Eugene and Agnes E. Meyer Foundation
  • Bronze: Paso del Norte Health Foundation
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $21-100 million
  • Gold: The Tow Foundation
  • Silver: Ivey Foundation
  • Bronze: VNA Foundation
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets Less than $5-20 million
  • Gold: Spirit Mountain Community Fund
  • Silver: Change a Life Foundation
  • Bronze: Atkinson Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets more than $250 million
  • Gold: The Dayton Foundation
  • Silver: The Boston Foundation
  • Bronze: The Denver Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $101-250 million
  • Gold: The Winston-Salem Foundation
  • Silver: The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina
  • Bronze: Grand Rapids Community Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $21-100 million
  • Gold: Southwest Minnesota Foundation
  • Silver: Central New York Community Foundation
  • Bronze: Community Foundation of the Lowcountry, Inc.
Community and Public Foundations, assets $5-20 million
  • Gold: The Chicago Public Education Fund
  • Silver: Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin
  • Bronze: The Columbia Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets Less than $5 million
  • Gold: Women's Foundation of California
  • Silver: Global Greengrants Fund
  • Bronze: Headwaters Foundation for Justice
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs, annual grants more than $2.5 million
  • Gold: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation
  • Silver: Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Florida & The Blue Foundation for a Healthy Florida
  • Bronze: The Prudential Foundation
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs, annual grants less than $2.5 million
  • Gold: Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation
  • Silver: Ayala Foundation, Inc.

Magazines/Periodicals

Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets more than $250 million
  • Gold: The Heinz Endowments
  • Silver: Lumina Foundation for Education
  • Bronze: Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $101-250 million
  • Bronze: Healthcare Georgia Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $21-100 million
  • Gold: Global Fund for Women
  • Silver: International Youth Foundation (Youth in action 2005)
  • Bronze: Consumer Health Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $5-20 million
  • Bronze: Foundation for the Mid South (The Bridge – Special Edition)
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs, annual grants more than $2.5 million
  • Silver: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation

Public Information Campaigns

Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets more than $250 million
  • Gold: Lumina Foundation for Education
  • Silver: The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
  • Bronze: The Kresge Foundation
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets more than $101-250 million
  • Gold: The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati
Community and Public Foundations, assets $101-250 million
  • Gold: The Rapides Foundation
  • Silver: The Erie Community Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $21-100 million
  • Gold: Central New York Community Foundation
  • Silver: The Community Foundation for the Capital Region
Community and Public Foundations, assets Less than $5 million
  • Silver: Headwaters Foundation for Justice
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs, annual grants more than $2.5 million
  • Gold: MetLife Foundation
  • Silver: XL Foundation

Special Reports

Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets more than $250 million
  • Gold: W.K. Kellogg Foundation
  • Silver: The McKnight Foundation (Bright Stars)
  • Bronze: Open Society Institute/The Century Foundation
    (Restoring American Leadership)
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $101-250 million
  • Bronze: The Health Foundation of Greater Cincinnati
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $21-100 million
  • Bronze: V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $5-20 million
  • Gold: Catalogue for Philanthropy: Greater Washington
    (a project of the Harman Family Foundation)
  • Silver: Gordon Elwood Foundation
  • Bronze: Flintridge Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets more than $250 million
  • Gold: The California Endowment
  • Silver: The Minneapolis Foundation
  • Bronze: Marin Community Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $101-250 million
  • Gold: The Winnipeg Foundation
  • Silver: Gulf Coast Community Foundation of Venice (2006 Calendar)
  • Bronze: Gulf Coast Community Foundation of Venice (Lessons Learned)
Community and Public Foundations, assets $21-100 million
  • Gold: Midland Area Community Foundation
  • Silver: Community Foundation for Southern Arizona
  • Bronze: Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets $5-20 million
  • Gold: Foundation for the Mid South
  • Silver: Lowell High School Campaign for Educational Excellence/Greater Lowell Community Foundation
  • Bronze: Steven and Michele Kirsch Foundation
Community and Public Foundations, assets Less than $5 million
  • Gold: Headwaters Foundation for Justice
  • Silver: The Global Fund for Children
  • Bronze: Williamsburg Community Trust
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs, annual grants more than $2.5 million
  • Silver: The Medtronic Foundation

Websites

Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets more than $250 million
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $101-250 million
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $21-100 million
  • Gold: Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health
    kidscal.org
  • Silver: Lucile Packard Foundation for Children's Health
    kidsdata.org
  • Bronze: Eva L. and Joseph M. Bruening Foundation
    fmscleveland.com
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets $5-20 million
Independent, Family and Operating Foundations, assets Less than $5 million
Community and Public Foundations, assets more than $250 million
Community and Public Foundations, assets $101-250 million
Community and Public Foundations, assets $21-100 million
Community and Public Foundations, assets $5-20 million
  • Gold: Rio Grande Cancer Foundation
    rgcf.org
  • Silver: Community Foundation of North Central Wisconsin
    cfoncw.org
  • Bronze: The Chicago Public Education Fund
    cpef.org
Community and Public Foundations, assets $5 million
Corporate Foundations and Giving Programs annual grants more than $2.5 million