Grants and Projects

The Peter G. Peterson Foundation’s mission is to increase awareness of the nature and urgency of key fiscal challenges threatening America’s future and to accelerate action on them. The Foundation works with leading policy experts, elected officials, and the public to build support for solutions to put America on a sustainable fiscal path. The Foundation supports innovative projects, through grants and partnerships to educate and engage Americans from a variety of perspectives.

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Grants

Awarding Organization Year Grantee Amount ($) Description
Peterson Foundation
2015
Independent Sector $15,000
Project Description:

To support a conference convening nonprofit leaders to discuss public policy challenges and opportunities facing the nonprofit sector.

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Peterson Foundation
2015
Kaiser Family Foundation $4,500
Project Description:

To support the 2015 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.

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Peterson Foundation
2015
Manhattan Institute for Policy Research $65,341
Project Description:

To support a joint paper on mobility and economic growth in partnership with the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities.

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Peterson Foundation
2015
Manhattan Institute for Policy Research $25,000
Project Description:

To support the 2014 Alexander Hamilton Award Dinner

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Peterson Foundation
2015
Mercatus Center $4,500
Project Description:

To support the 2014 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.

Website:http://www.mercatus.org
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Peterson Foundation
2015
Mercatus Center $4,500
Project Description:

To support the 2015 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.

Website:http://www.mercatus.org
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Peterson Foundation
2015
NABE Foundation of the National Association for Business Economics $20,000
Project Description:

To support a 2015 national event convening policymakers and business leaders to discuss fiscal and economic issues.

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Peterson Center on Healthcare
2015
National Academy of Sciences $800,000
Project Description:

To support healthcare research on high-need patients, in partnership with the Bipartisan Policy Center and Harvard School of Public Health.

Website:http://www.nationalacademies.org
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Peterson Foundation
2015
National Academy of Social Insurance $25,000
Project Description:

To support a conference regarding Medicare and Medicaid issues and an event honoring the public service of former economic and fiscal policymakers.

Website:http://www.nasi.org
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Peterson Foundation
2015
National Governors Association Center for Best Practices $4,500
Project Description:

To support the 2015 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.

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Peterson Center on Healthcare
2015
National Governors Association Center for Best Practices $1,047,503
Project Description:

To support a series of state-based expert convenings to identify best practices on purchasing and regulating healthcare.

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Peterson Center on Healthcare
2015
National Quality Forum $90,000
Project Description:

To support research on healthcare data transparency and how to improve measures and access to data for systems improvement.

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Peterson Foundation
2015
National Tax Association $20,000
Project Description:

To support the annual Spring Symposium and annual Conference on Taxation

Website:http://www.ntanet.org
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Peterson Foundation
2015
Net Impact $690,000
Project Description:

To support the execution of Up to Us, a nationwide campus competition empowering university students to create campaigns that educate and engage their peers on America's fiscal challenges and their impact on economic opportunity, investment in the future, and other concerns of future generations.

Website:http://www.netimpact.org
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Peterson Foundation
2015
Nuclear Threat Initiative $500,000
Project Description:

To support the third edition of the Nuclear Materials Security Index, a benchmarking project of nuclear materials security conditions on a country-by-country basis, along with the "Global Dialogue on Nuclear Security Priorities" forum.

Website:http://www.nti.org
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Peterson Foundation
2015
Peter G. Peterson Institute for International Economics $5,000,000
Project Description:

To support and enhance economic and fiscal research and analysis at the Peterson Institute for International Economics

Website:http://www.piie.com
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Peterson Foundation
2015
Posse Foundation $75,000
Project Description:

To support the Posse Foundation's core charitable activities

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Peterson Center on Healthcare
2015
Stanford University $80,156
Project Description:

For grant-related contracts under grant #13019 accrued in FY15.

Website:http://www.stanford.edu
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Peterson Center on Healthcare
2015
Stanford University $531,569
Project Description:

For grant-related contracts under grant #14022 accrued in FY15.

Website:http://www.stanford.edu
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Peterson Center on Healthcare
2015
Stanford University $254,758
Project Description:

To support the Stanford Clinical Excellence Research Center’s efforts to disseminate research on best practices identified through the Most Valuable Care project.

Website:http://www.stanford.edu
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Peterson Foundation
2015
Teachers College Columbia University $30,000
Project Description:

To support promotion, implementation and evaluation of a new curriculum to help high school students understand the facts, significance, and consequences of the nation's fiscal challenges.

Website:http://www.tc.columbia.edu
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Peterson Foundation
2015
The Brookings Institution $4,500
Project Description:

To support the 2015 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.

Website:http://www.brookings.org
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Peterson Foundation
2015
Urban Institute $4,500
Project Description:

To support the 2015 Peter G. Peterson Foundation Fiscal Internship Program.

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Peterson Foundation
2015
Urban Institute $989,760
Project Description:

To support the development of an integrated research model of federal taxes and spending.

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