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Grant Makers, Part 1

Information was obtained from the most recent publicly – available IRS Form 990-PF filed by each grant making organization and from information provided by the NY Funders Alliance. Ranked by total grants paid.

2017 Rank    Organization
1  The Wegman Family Charitable Foundation
2  Max & Marian Farash Charitable Foundation
3  The Sands Family Foundation Inc.
4  Daisy Marquis Jones Foundation
5  Seneca Foods Foundation
6  Davenport-Hatch Foundation Inc.
7  B. Thomas Golisano Foundation
8  Peter A. and Marion W. Schwartz Family Foundation Trust
9  Louis S. and Molly B. Wolk Foundation
10  The John and Jayne Summers Foundation Inc.
11  William & Sheila Konar Foundation
12  The Charles and Mary Crossed Foundation
13  The Schwartz Family Foundation Inc.
14  The Kilian J. & Caroline F. Schmitt Foundation Inc.
15  The Zarrella Family Foundation Inc.
16  The Kenlou Foundation Inc.
17  The Riedman Foundation
18  William and Mildred Levine Foundation
19  The Donald F. and Maxine B. Davison Foundation
20  Saunders Foundation
21  The Polisseni Foundation
22  Przysinda Family Foundation Inc.
23  Alvin F. & Ruth K. Thiem Charitable Foundation
24  Mary Hicks Preston Historical Improvement & Betterment Foundation Inc.
25  Elaine P. & Richard U. Wilson Foundation

Data from The List and the Book of Lists is available for purchase as an Excel download at the RBJ List Center (https://rbj.net/lists-center). A PDF reprint of The List can be purchased by contacting our Circulation Department at 585-546-8303 or email rbj@rbj.net.

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