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Aportes filantrópicos de fundaciones estadounidenses para América Latina, 2014–2015.

October 22, 2018

Este reporte evalúa los aportes filantrópicos efectuados entre 2014 y 2015 para América Latina, con un examen más detenido en las contribuciones benéficas destinadas a Centroamérica.

U.S. Foundation Funding for Latin America, 2014–2015: With Additional Analysis on Central America

October 22, 2018

This report examines grantmaking in 2014 and 2015 for Latin America by large U.S.foundations, with a closer look at philanthropy for Central America.

U.S. Foundation Funding: Latin & Central America, 2013

January 1, 2015

This analysis is based on Foundation Center's research set, which includes all grants of $10,000 or more reported by 1,000 of the largest U.S. foundations. The set accounts for approximately half of the total grant dollars awarded by the universe of independent, corporate, community, and grantmaking operating foundations in the United States. The data, therefore, do not include: grants by smaller foundations; gifts by corporate giving programs or public charities; grants, fellowships, or awards made directly to individuals; grants paid by private foundations to U.S. community foundations (to avoid double counting of dollars); and loans or program-related investments.

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Aportes Filantrópicos De Fundaciones Estadounidenses: América Latina, 2010–2012

November 25, 2014

This analysis is based on the research data sample of the Foundation Center, which includes allphilanthropic contributions of US $ 10,000 or more from 1,000 of the largest foundationsfrom United States. The data sample represents approximately half of the total fundsdonated by the universe of independent philanthropic foundations, business, community andoperatives of the United States. Therefore, the data in this report do not include contributionsphilanthropies of small foundations; support of corporate programs of direct contributions or ofpublic foundations; scholarships, direct contributions to individuals, or research scholarships; philanthropic contributions from private foundations to community foundations (to prevent donations from being computed twice); loans or investments linked to projects. This sample of research data differs a bit of the one used in the previous report, philanthropic contributions of foundations destined to Hispanics / Latinos in the United States and Latin America. For that reason, we advise you to proceed with caution when extracting conclusions regarding the differences in financing observed between the two reports.