Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Agape Foundation Records, 1970-2009

Collection: DG 237



Contact Information

Swarthmore College Peace Collection
500 College Avenue, Swarthmore, PA 19081-1399 U.S.A.
Telephone: (610) 328-8557 (Curator); Fax: (610) 328-8544
Email: wchmiel1@swarthmore.edu (Curator)
URL: http://www.swarthmore.edu/Library/peace/


Descriptive Summary
Repository
The Swarthmore College Peace Collection is the official repository for these papers/records.
Creator
Agape Foundation
Title
Agape Foundation Records
Inclusive Dates
1970-2009
Call Number
DG 237

Language of Materials
Materials in English
Extent
43.3 linear feet [papers only]
Abstract
The Agape Foundation was a non-profit public foundation, which raised and distributed funds to groups working for nonviolent social change. From its formation in 1969 by a group of pacifists and anti-war activists in Palo Alto, California, the Agape Foundation provided millions of dollars to nonviolent, grassroots organizations throughout the western United States. It was headquartered in San Francisco. In 2010 the Agape Foundation merged with the Peace Development Fund.


Administrative Information
Restrictions to Access
None
Usage Restrictions
Yes, this collection is stored off site. Please contact SCPC staff at least two weeks in advance of visit to arrange for retrieval of this collection.
Alternate Form of Material
None
Acquisitions Information
Gift of Agape Foundation, 2010 [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035]; 2015 [Acc. 2015-032]
Processing Information
This collection is unprocessed. This finding aid was created by Jean Turner, 2011; updated by Joshua Chang and Wendy Chmielewski, July 2015.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Agape Foundation Records (DG 237), Swarthmore College Peace Collection
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendents, as stipulated by United States copyright law

Online Catalog Headings
These and related materials may be found under the following headings in online library/archival catalogs.
See tripod record



Historical Background
The Agape Foundation was a non-profit public foundation, which raised and distributed funds to groups working for nonviolent social change. From its formation in 1969 by a group of pacifists and anti-war activists in Palo Alto, California, the Agape Foundation provided millions of dollars to nonviolent, grassroots organizations throughout the western United States. It was headquartered in San Francisco. In 2010 the Agape Foundation merged with the Peace Development Fund.

Collection Overview
The collection consists of administrative information regarding peace and social justice organizations to whom they considered awarding grants and loans.

Arrangement of Collection
This is an unprocessed collection. The Records of the Agape Foundation remain in the order in which they were donated.




Detailed Description of the Collection

Acc. 10A-033 and Acc. 10A-035
Acc. 2015-03

Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035
Box 1
off-site
1974-1976 Grants and Loans
Asilomar Conference Grounds, War Resisters League November Conference
George Balli’s Film Associates
War Resistors League /West BANC Teach-In, 1973
Basement Roots
Californians against Death
Direct Action, 1973
War Resistors League /West Slide Show
War Resistors League /West Field Secretary
West Oakland Christian Parish
WIN Magazine
Nonviolent Studies Institute
Northern California Ecumenical Council
Berkeley Ecology Council
Humanitas Foundation, Nonviolent Training Workshops
Committee on New Alternatives in the Middle East (CONAME)
Mt. Diablo Unitarian Church
Public Media Center, Bornes March Coalition
Summary of Grants, 1974
American Veterans Movement
Basement Roots/Community Voluntary Tax
Center for Rural Studies
CRES Foundation/ Women’s Legal Advocacy Project
Humanitas Foundation Thomas Menton Unity Center
Institute for the Study of Nonviolence, Print Media Project
National Farm Worker Ministry
Santa Clara Council of Churches
Southern California Council of Churches
Synergy Foundation
University Church of Our Savior, Los Angeles Nonviolence Teaching
War Resistors League, East
War Resistors League, West
War Resistors League, Plains States Region
Bread and Roses
War Resistors League/Los Angeles
Institute for the Study of Nonviolence
A.J. Muste Memorial Institute, Committee for International Nonviolence
Grants List, 1975
Synergy Foundation
Ecumenical Peace Institute
Korean Link
Bread and Roses, 1975
Continental Walk
War Resistors League, West Educational Programs
War Resistors League, Los Angeles Slide Project
Santa Clara County Council of Churches
San Francisco Cooperating Warehouse
 
Box 2 off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
1974-1976, 1976-1979 Grants and Loans
Northern California Land trust
Migrant Legal Services
Institute for the Study of Nonviolence: The Power of the People Project
United Methodist Church: Indo China Research Center
Institute for the Study of Nonviolence: Library Project
Santa Clara County Council of Churches: Peace Task Force Slideshow
American Friends Service Committee: Peace Conversion Project
Northern California Ecumenical Council: Middle East Mobile Educational Project
Projects Indirectly Aided, 1975
McKenzie River Gathering, 1976
Santa Clara County Council of Churches: Pacific Life Community
Ecumenical Peace Institute
San Francisco Study Center: Bay Area Nambia Action Group
War Resistors League/West
Mid-Peninsula Conversion Project
Humanitas Foundation/Resource Center for Nonviolence
Dayspring/Men’s Resource Catalogue
Saint Vincent de Paul Society
New Growth
Santa Clara County Council of Churches: Solar Power Group
All Peoples Coalition
Farmworkers Communication System
San Francisco Cooperating Warehouse Loan
Skills Sharing Project
New Day Films: Masculinity in the Military
Sunrise Community Services
Grants, 1977
Jackrabbit Press
Lane Economic Development Corporation
Citizens Against Toxic Sprays
Begin Recycling in Neighborhood Groups
Eugene News Collective
Cascadian Regional Library
Northwest Working Press
American Friends Service Committee: Food Education for Action
La Tartulia/The Gathering Place
Trident Concern Week
Committee for Prisoner Humanity and Justice
Holly Near on Tour for a Nuclear Free Future [2 folders]
Physicians for Social Responsibility
War Resistors League/ West
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), Peninsula Branch
Abalone Alliance
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), San Francisco
Community Education and Action Network
The Nautilus Project [2 folders]
Segway Films: Direct Action and Decision at Diablo
S outhern California Alliance for Survival [3 folders]
War Resisters League/ West Counter Recruitment
The Gathering Place
The Third World Gay Coalition [2 folders]
The Integration Project
The Non-Nuclear Interreligious Coalition
Agape Grants List and Report, 1979
Committee to Implement Proposition ‘V’
Community Energy Action Network
El Zocalo Institute
 
Box 3 off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
1976-1979 Grants and Loans
United Neighbors Alliance
Segway Productions
Mid-Peninsula Conversion Project
UC Nuclear Weapons Lab Conversion Project
McKenzie River Gathering
Women’s Counter-Recruitment Campaign
Alliance for Survival
Hotel Argyle Tenants Association [2 folders]
UC Nuclear Weapons Lab Conversion Project
Disarmament Summer
Catholic Action of Hawaii [2 folders]
Free Chile Center
Mid-Peninsula Conversion Project
Santa Clara Solar Power Group
San Jose Peace Center
Portland Women’s Resource Fund/Mother Kali’s
The Family Circus
Santa Fe Transportation
Central Presbyterian Church/ Clergy and Laity Concerned
Portland Campus Christian Ministry/Portland Military and Veterans Counseling Center
Northern California Chile Coordinating Committee
Community Energy Action Network
Egotope/ Pagtree
Native American Solidarity Committee
UC Nuclear Weapons Lab Conversion Project
War Resisters League/West
Power of the People Publishing Project
La Tertulia
Mid-Peninsula Conversion Project
War Resisters League National Conference
People Against Nuclear Power, San Luis Obispo
Ecumenical Peace Institute
Santa Clara Research Institute
South Africa Catalyst Project
Committee for Prisoner Humanity and Justice
Nonviolent Techniques against Rape
International Hotel Tenants Association
Abalone Alliance
Women’s Counter Recruiting Campaign
UC Nuclear Weapons Lab Conversion Project
Mid-Peninsula Conversion Project
Amnesty for Veterans
Northern California Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons
Union Women’s Alliance to Gain Equality
Women Against Violence in Pornography and Media
Ecumenical Peace Institute/B-1 Bomber/Peace Conversion
Bay Area Nambia Action Group
UC Weapons Lab Conversion Project
Power of the People Publishing Project
Gay Community Services Center/Through the Looking Glass
Pride Board of Cascade Community Center
Seattle National Lawyers Guild
Men’s Resource Center/Peoples’ Press
Youth Project for Korean Info and Action Project
Bradley Angle House
Forelaws on Board
Portland Tenants Union
Rocky Flats Truth Force
Spokane Fellowship of Reconciliation
Men’s Resource Project
Community Center for Performing Arts/ Wallflower Order
Coalition for a Free Chile
Ursa Minor Choir
War Resisters League Conference
American Friends Service Committee Pacific Northwest Loan
McKenzie River Gathering: Board of Trustees
McKenzie River Gathering: Employment Records
McKenzie River Gathering: Investments
Service Fees to McKenzie River Gathering
McKenzie River Gathering: Financial Reports
McKenzie River Gathering
McKenzie River Gathering: Early Papers
Abalone Alliance
South Africa Catalyst Project [2 folders]
Northern California Alliance for Survival
Masculinity in the Military
McKenzie River Gathering
War Resisters League/West
UC Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project
Mid-Peninsula Conversion Project
Holistic Media Service: 5 women, 5 Births
Abalone Alliance
Power of the People Publishing Project
Clergy and Laity Concerned: Human Rights in Asia Trip
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
Haight Community Food Store
Alliance for Survival
Ecumenical Peace Institute
Segway Productions
 
Box 4 off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
1985-1988, 1993-1994 Grants and Loans
Snake River Alliance
Bay Area Central America Peace Campaign
Women’s Peace Office: History Project
Citizen Alert
Colorado Peace Network
Cornerstone: a Center for Justice and Peace
Downwinders
East Bay Sanctuary
Energon Films
First Strike Prevention Project [2 folders]
National Sanctuary Defense Fund
Nuclear Sovereignty Project
Alice Hamburg
Guatemala News and Information Bureau
Fundacion Centroamericana: Projects for Peace and Development
Conflict Resolution Program of Santa Cruz
Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) Education Fund
Committee for Health Rights in Central America
Chinesca Productions
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
Berkeley-Leon Sister City Association
Berkeley Emergency Food Project
Bay Area Peace Test, 1988
Bay Area Nevada Test Site Action
Artists Television Access
Arts in Process
Arms Control Research Center
American Friends Service Committee
Western States Legal Foundation
Palouse Clear Water Environment Institute
Data Center
Emergency Response Network – San Mateo
Four Worlds Cross Cultural Research Project (Voided)
Guatemala News and Information Bureau [2 folders]
Give Peace a Dance
San Carlos Foundation/Quest
San Francisco Bay Area U.S./Cuba Friendshipment
SHANTI Project
SHARE Foundation
Traveling Jewish Theatre
Toward Utility Rate Normalization, Financial Processing Service
UNICEF
Cornerstone Center for Peace and Justice
Oxfam America
Peace Resource Center of San Diego
People for the American Way Action Fund
Physicians for Social Responsibility – San Francisco Bay Area
Pledge of Resistance
The Progressive
Radio Action Coalition for the Environment
Rosenberg Fund for Children
Salvadorian Medical Relief Fun
Colorado Peace Network
Committee for Health Rights in Central America
Witness for Peace
Snake River Alliance
Somos Hermanas
Peace House
Nicaragua Information Center
Labor Network on Central America [2 folders]
Montana Citizens to End the Arms Race
Madrona Community Center
Last Chance Peacemaker
INFACT: The Issue is Global Survival
Alameda County Nuclear Weapons – Freeze Campaign
Hanford Clearinghouse
The Women’s Funding Alliance
Western States Legal Foundation
Western Solidarity
Lesbians and Gays against Intervention
MADRE
Make a Circus
Magnes Museum
McDonald Endowment
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute
Middle East Children’s Alliance/ Family Relief Fund [3 folders]
Neighbor to Neighbor Education Fund
Neve Shalom/ Wahat Al-Salam
New Israel Fund
Niebyl – Proctor Library
Oregon Peace Works
Non Violence International
Committee for Health Rights in Central America
Albany/Berkeley Interdependent Elders Network
Alta Bates Foundation
American Friends Service Committee
American Red Cross
Amnesty International – USA
Jewish Film Festival
Israel/Palestine Center for Research and Information
Institute for Policy Studies
Institute for Food and Development Policy
International Lesbian and Gay Human Rights Committee
International Center for Policy Development
Holocaust Oral History Project
Guatemalan News and Information Bureau
Global Exchange
Energon Films/David Brown
Emma Goldman Papers
Ecology Center
Earth Island Institute
The Data Center
Council for a Livable World Education Fund
Committee for Health Rights in Central America
Center for Economic Conversion
Center for Defense Information
Berkeley/Oakland Support Services
Berkeley/East Bay WILPF
Kehilla Community Synagogue
La Peña Cultural Center
Student Kouncil of Inter-Tribal Nations
Peace and Justice Youth Outreach Program/First Strike Prevention Program
Cuba Relief International Peace for Cuba Appeal
Jewish Film Festival
Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library
KCSM Television
Kehilla Synagogue
La Peña Cultural Center
MADRE
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute
Mennonite Central Committee
Middle East Children’s Alliance
Donor Directed Grants, 1988
GREEPEACE
Guatemala News and Information Bureau
Vietnam Veteran Peace Archive
Berkeley Hillel Foundation
Institute for Film and Development
International Center for Peace and Justice
Global Exchange
Friends of Yesh G’vul
Food Not Bombs/Bail fund for Keith McHenry
Eye Gallery
Emma Goldman Papers
Empty the Shelters

Box 5 off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
1985-1990, 1993-1994 Grants and Loans
American Friends Service Committee/Middle East Project
Bay Area Ecumenical Committee/Concern for Chile
CAUSIA
Bay Area Asians for Nuclear Disarmament
Butte Community Union
Central America TV Organizing Project
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
Central American Refugee Committee
Committee to Defend Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Lease Agreements
Native Action
Women’s Funding Alliance
Bay Area Central America Peace Campaign
Central America Peace Campaign
Food First
Give Peace a Dance
Kim Klein
Last Chance Peacemakers
Peace and Justice Youth Outreach Project
Peace Child Foundation
Sacramento Peace Center [2 folders]
Stern Trust Loans (Pending)
War Resisters League/West
Woman to Woman
Third World Coalition
San Diego Interfaith Task Force on Central America
Project on Youth and Non-Military Activity
American Indian Institute
Brian Wilson Fund
California Educators for Special Responsibility
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
Chinesca Production
Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)
Coalition for a Safe Bay
Downwinders
Emily Skolnick
FCL Education Fund
Give Peace a Dance
Guatemala News and Information Bureau
Loosening the Ties that Binds
Missile Envy
Mothers Tour for Peace
Plumas People for Peace
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), San Francisco
World Wall for Peace
Yesh G’vul
Western States Legal Foundation [2 folders]
Union Concerned Scientists
United Farm Workers
Video Project
United Way of the Bay Area
San Francisco Women for Peace
Pledge of Resistance
Project YANO
Disarm/Plowshares Defense Fund
Salvadoran Medical Relief Fund
Nicaragua Information Center
Pacific Studies Center
Peace and Justice Youth Outreach Project
Berkeley Store Gallery
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
Committee for Health Rights in Central America
Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)
Third World Coalition
MADRE
International Center for Development Policy
Witness for Peace
Woman to Woman
Neighbor to Neighbor
New El Salvador Today
Union of North American Women for Peace and in Justice in El Salvador
United Farmworkers
War Resisters League
Washington Peace Center
Albany/Berkeley Interdependent Elders Network
American Friends of Neve Shalom
Board Directed Grants
A Safe Place
Amnesty International
Berkeley Ecumenical Chaplaincy to the Homeless
Berkeley Emergency Food and Housing Project
Berkeley-Oakland Support Services
Steinroe Stock Fund
Tecnica
Elders for Survival
Earth Island Institute
Doctors without Borders, USA
Data Center
SANE/Nuclear Freeze of San Mateo County
Social Movement Empowerment Program
South Dakota Peace and Justice Center
Agape Grants, 1989
Fiscal Sponsorship Files Pre-June, 1989
Spanish Speaking Community: Organizing Projects
Bay Area Peace Test
Building Ministerial Community
Berkeley-Oakland Support Service
California Peace Walk
Carolina Friends School
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
Committee for Health Rights in Central America
Committee in Solidarity with the People in El Salvador (CISPES)
Community Labor-Education Research Project
Guatemala News and Information Bureau
International Physicians for Prevention of Nuclear War
Life on the Water
MADRE
National Committee to Re-open the Rosenberg Case
Native Action
Neighbor to Neighbor
NEST
Nicaragua Network/Quest for Peace
Otil A Belaud
Peace and Justice Youth Outreach Project
Peace Resource Center of South Dakota
Salvadoran Medical Relief Fund
SANE Freeze of San Mateo County
San Francisco Mime Troupe
San Jose Peace Center
Technica
United Farm Workers
Veterans Peace Action
Veterans Peace Alliance
Witness for Peace
Funded Proposals, 1989
Arms Control Research Center (ARC)
Bay Area Children of War
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors
Central America Action Committee
Central American Refugee Committee
Colombia Human Rights Information Committee
Church Network on the Philippines
Committee Opposed to Registration and the Draft
Second Harvest Food Bank
Death Penalty Focus of California
Eugene Peaceworks
Friends of Human Relations
 
Box 6 off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
1990-1992, 2000 N-O Grants and Loans
Legal Defense Center
American Friends Service Committee: Youth and Militarism Project
National Committee for Radiation Victims
Oakland Men’s Project
Oxfam America
Pledge of Resistance
Peace Brigades International
Peace Wall Project
South Dakota Peace and Justice Center
UMWA
Walking Rainbow
Watchfire
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
Abalone Alliance
Social Analysis and Community Training for Indigenous Women
ARC
Pacifica Project: Against the Tide
Bay Area Nuclear Waste Coalition
Berkeley-Leon Sister Cities Association
Campaign for Cambodia
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors-Western Region
Child Development Center in Colombia
Committee for Health Rights in Central America
Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)
Datacenter
Don’t Waste California
Earth Island Institute
Elders for Survival
Energon Films
Greenpeace
Guatemala News and Information Bureau
Institute for Food and Development Policy
La Peña Cultural Center
Leonard Peletier Defense Committee
Artist International Productions: My World Has Two Doors
MADRE
Mandela House
Middle East Children’s Alliance
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute
New Alternatives to Violence Foundation
Other Americas [2 folders]
Oxfam America
Peace Education Program
Physicians for Social Responsibility
Pledge of Resistance
Radio for Peace International [2 folders]
Recording for the Blind
Rosenberg Fund for Children
Salvadoran Medical Relief Fund
St. Labre Indian School
Seeds of Peace Collective [2 folders]
Shanti Project
Social Movement Empowerment Project
South Dakota Peace and Justice Center
American Friends Service Committee
Wisefool Puppet Intervention
Women for Peace
War Resisters League
Western States Legal Foundation
Third World Resistors
United Farm Workers
Unicef
AHIMSA Film Project
ALTA/U.S. – Cuba Foundation
Amnesty International
ARC – Millhauser
Caravan for Peace
Center for Defense Information
Central Committee of Conscientious Objectors
Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES)
Coalition for Peace and Reconstruction
Date/Marital Rape Education [2 folders]
The Data Center
CHIBCHA
Ecumenical Peace Institute
Emma Goldman Papers
Film documentary, Enemy Trail
Food Not Bombs
Greenpeace
Guatemala News and Information Bureau
Institute for Policy Studies
Institute for Public Affairs
La Peña Cultural Center
MacDonald Endowment
MADRE
Marin Council of Agencies
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute
Middle East Children’s Alliance
National Committee Against Repressive Legislation
Nicaraguan Earthquake Relief
Neighbor to Neighbor
New El Salvador Today
Niebyl-Proctor Marxist Library
Options, 2000
Oxfam America
Pledge of Resistance
Project Speak Out
Quest for Peace
Radio Action Coalition for the Environment
Recording for the Blind
Grantee List
Rural Southern Voice for Peace
Salvadoran Medical Relief Fund SANE/Freeze of Alameda County
James Hung
Seeds of Peace
Shanti Project
Students Environmental Action
Task Force on Latin America
Traveling Jewish Theatre
Trident Resistors
Unicef
University Avenue Housing
Veterans Speakers Alliance
Vietnam Help
War Resisters League [2 folders]
Witness for Peace
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF)
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), San Francisco
Granting Session Rejects
Rural Southern Voice for Peace
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
National Radio Project
National Parks/Conservation Association
National Peace Garden
Native American Rights Fund
National Resources Defense Council
Neighbor to Neighbor
Our Developing World
Over 60 Health Center/Lifelong Medical Care
Oxfam America

Box 7 off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
2000 P, 1994 N-Z, 1995, 1996 A-E Grants and Loans
Palo Alto Friends
Parkinson’s Action Network
Peninsula Open Space Trust [2 folders]
People for Children’s Health and Environmental Health
Peninsula Peace and Justice Center
Ploughshares Fund – Fort Mason Center
Project Salvador
Prison Activist Resource Center
Project Vote Smart
Project Hope
Public Employees for Environment
New Foundations Nonviolence Center, Inc., 1994
Nuclear Democracy Network (NDN), 1994 [3 folders]
Planned Parenthood, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
Political Ecology Group, 1994
Prison Law Project/National Lawyers Guild, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
Rosenburg Fund for Children, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
San Francisco Women’s Center/Date and Marital Rap (D.M.R.) Educational Project, 1994
Shanti Project, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
Testing Alert Network, 1994
Traveling Jewish Theatre, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
UNICEF, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
United Way of Bay Area, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
The Video Project, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
Vietnam Women’s Association, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
War Resisters League, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
War Resisters League, donor directed: Betty Lew Stone, 1994
Wise Fool Puppet Intervention, 1994
Western Public Radio, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994 - 1997
Western States Legal Foundation, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
Women’s Daytime Drop-In, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1994
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom, donor directed: Betty Lew Stone, 1994
Rejection Letters, 1994
Rejection Letters 1995 (April – October)
Board Grants 1995 (May 1)
Amnesty International, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Bay Area Nuclear Waste Coalition, 1995 - 1996
Berkeley Ecumenical Chaplaincy to the Homeless, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Berkeley-Oakland Support Service, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Berkeley/Richmond Jewish Community Center, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Berkeley Store Gallery, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
California Coalition for Women Prisoners, Emily Lefson Fund, 1995
Chamber Music Society, Emily Lefson Fund, 1995
Committee for Health Rights in Central America (CHIRCA), donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Communities United for Equality, Emily Lefson Fund, 1995
Data Center, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Doctors without Borders, 1995
Earth Island Institute, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Educators for Social Responsibility, Emily Lefson Fund, 1995
Emma Goldman Papers, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Global Exchange, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Rocky Mountain Media Watch, 1995
Immigrant Rights Action Pledge, Emily Lefson Fund, 1995
International Center for Peace and Justice, 1995
Jewish Film Festival, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Kehilla Community Synagogue, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Livermore Conversion Project, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995 [2 folders]
Los Cenzontles Mexican Arts Center, 1995
Media Alliance, 1995
Meikeljohn Civil Liberties Institute, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Middle East Children’s Alliance, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
National Yiddish Book Center, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Neve Shalom, American Friends of, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Niebyl-Procter Library, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Nuclear Democracy Network, 1995
Options, 2000, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Oxfam America, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Planned Parenthood Alameda/San Francisco, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
The Progressive, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Rosenburg Fund for Children, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
San Franciscans for Tax Justice, 1995
Shanti Project, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
UNICEF, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Video Project, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Western States Legal Foundation, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Women’s Daytime Drop-In Center, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1995
Women’s Health Conference Coordinating Committee, 1995
Albany/Berkeley Interdependent Elders Network, David R. Stern Memorial Fund, 1996
Albany/Berkeley Interdependent Elders Network, donor directed: Bobby Singer, 1996
ACLU Northern California Foundation, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
Africa Fund, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
American Committee on Africa, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
American Friends Service Committee, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
American Jewish World Services, donor directed: Bobby Singer, 1996
Amnesty International, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
Augsburg College’s Center for Global Education, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Bay Area Coalition for the Headwaters Forest (BACH), 1996
Berkeley Emergency Food Project, 1996
Berkeley Macintosh Users Group (BMUG), 1996
Berkeley Public Education Foundation, donor directed: Bobby Singer, 1996
Berkeley/Richmond Jewish Community Center, donor directed: Bobby Singer, 1996
Berkeley Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1996
California Friends of the Center for Humanitarian, 1996
Californian’s Against Waste Foundation, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Care Foundation- Western Region, donor directed: Michael Ubell and Paula Hawthorn, 1996
Center for Independent Living, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Children’s Defense Fund, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Christmas in April Albany-Berkeley, donor directed: Bobby Singer, 1996
Citizens for Shoreline Preservation, 1996
College Fund/UNCF, donor directed: Bobby Singer, 1996
Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI) Endowment, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
Death Penalty Focus of California, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
East Meets West Foundation, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Educators for Social Responsibility, Emily Lefson Fund, 1996
Environmental Protection Information Center (EPIC), Michael Ubell and Paula Hawthorn, 1996
Equal Justice USA, David R. Stern Memorial Fund, 1996
Equal Justice West, 1996

Box 8 off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
1996 E-Z, 1997 A-H Grants and Loans
Exotic Dancers Alliance, 1996
Center to Prevent Handgun Violence, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1997
Health Access, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Herbert Lehman Educational Fund, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Highlander Center, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Honor Inc, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
International Medical Relief Fund, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Institute for Science and Interdisciplinary Studies, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Jane Addams Peace Association (JAPA) US Fund, donor directed: Barbara Singer, 1996
League of Women Voters Education Fund, donor directed Barbara Singer, 1996
Long Range Education, Empowerment, and Action Program, donor directed: Claire Feder, 1996
Movement and Acquisition of Gifts in Kind (MAGIK), 1996
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Mary Ann Wright Foundation, donor directed: Michael Ubell and Paula Hawthorn, 1996
Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund (MALDF), Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Middle East Children’s Alliance, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
National Committee against Repressive Legalization, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
National Farmworkers Service Center, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1996
The National Peace Garden, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
National Radio Project, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Native American Rights Fund, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
National Resources Defense Fund, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
Nature Conservancy, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
Neighbor to Neighbor, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Newfarms, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
NICA, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Nicaragua Network Education Fund, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Network Immigrant Refugee Rights Services, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1997
National Interreligious Service Bureau of Conscientious Objectors (NISBCO), 1996
Our Developing World, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Over Sixty Health Center, donor directed: Bobby Singer, 1996
Oxfam America, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1996
Parkinson’s Action Network, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Pastors for Peace, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Peace Action, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Peace Brigades International Columbia Project, 1996
Physicians for Social Responsibility, donor directed Rosalind Singer, 1996
Planned Parenthood Federation of America, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Ploughshares Fund, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
People Organizing to Demand Employment Rights (PODER!), Emily Lefson Fund, 1996
Portland Copwatch/People Overseeing Police, 1996
The Progressive, donor directed: Bobby Singer, 1996
Project Open Hand, donor directed: Michael Ubell and Paula Hawthorn, 1996
PRO-NICA, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Quest for Peace, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Rural Advancement Foundation International USA, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Redwood Summer Justice Fund, 1996
Rosenberg Fund for Children, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
Rural Advancement Fund of National Sharecroppers Inc, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
San Francisco AIDS Foundation, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
San Jose Peace Center, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Save the Children, donor directed: Michael Ubell and Paula Hawthorn, 1996
Second Harvest Food Bank, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Michael Ubell and Paula Hawthorn, 1996
SERVAS, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
SEVA Foundation, donor directed: Michael Ubell and Paula Hawthorn, 1996
Sierra Club Legal Defense Fund, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Simon Wiesen Thai Center, donor directed: Bobby Singer, 1996
Soujourners, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
South Bay Sanctuary Covenant, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Southern California Library for Social Studies & Research, Michael Ubell and Paula Hawthorn, 1996
Southern Poverty Law Center, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Southern Cone Productions, David R. Stern, 1996
Southern Poverty Law Center, donor directed: Bobby Singer, 1996
Support Network for Battered Women, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Synapses, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Telling the Story, 1996
Teatro Vision, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Twenty/Twenty Vision, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
UNICEF, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1996
U.S. Committee for UNICEF, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
U.S. & Cuba Medical Project, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
U.S. Guatemala Labor Education Project, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Union of Concerned Scientists, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
United Farm Workers, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Vanguard Public Foundation, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
Veterans of the Vietnam War, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
War Resisters League, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Washington Office on Africa, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
We do the Work, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
West Berkeley Fund for Community, donor directed Bobby Singer, 1996
Western States Legal Foundation, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
Witness for Peace, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Women’s Daytime Drop in Center, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1996
Women’s International League, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Women’s Positive Legal Action Network, Emily Lefson, 1996
World Neighbors, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1996
Mary Ann Wright Foundation
April grants rejected, 1996
October grants rejected, 1996
ACLU, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1997
Africa Fund, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1997
American Friends Service Committee, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1997
American Friends of Neve Shalom, donor directed: Alice Hamburg, 1996
Americans United for Separation of Church & State, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1997
Judi Bari Trust Fund, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1997
Berkeley Community Fund, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1997
Berkeley Oakland Support Services, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1997
Brest Cancer Action, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1997
C-Beyond, 1997
CA Coalition for Women Prisoners, 1997
Cal Performances, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1997
California State Parks Foundation, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1997
Children of Gays and Lesbians Everywhere, 1997
Center for Cuban Studies, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1997 [2 folders]
Center for Economic Conversion, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1997
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, donor directed: Barbara and Victor Ulmer, 1997
Amnesty International, donor directed: Rosalind Singer, 1997
Children’s Defense Fund, 1997
Committee for Health Rights in the Americas (CHIRA), 1997
Coalition in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPIES), 1997
Davis Putter Scholarship Fund, 1997
Death Penalty Focus, 1997
Destiny Arts Center, 1997
Disarm/Cuban Medical Project, 1997
Doctors without Borders, 1997
East Bay Food Not Bombs, 1997
Green Corps, 1997
Ethical Culture Fieldston Schools, 1997
Guatemala News and Information Bureau, 1997
Help of Ojai/Paul McNeil Fund, 1997
Help the World See, 1997
Highlander Center, 1997

Box 9
off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
1997 H-Z, 1998 A-L Grants and Loans
Human Rights and the Drug War, 1997
Interreligious Foundation for Community Organizations/Pastors for Peace, 1997
Institute for Food Development Policy, 1997
International Medical Relief Fund, 1997
International Media Project, 1997
Jane Addams Peace Association (JAPA), U.S. Fund, 1997
Jewish Film Festival, 1997
Jewish Federation for Greater East Bay, 1997
Justice Education and Action Project (JEAP), 1997
Justice for Judi Bari, 1997
KALW, 1997
KCSM, 1997
Kehilla Community Synagogue, 1997
KPFA-FM 94.1, 1997
KTEH San Jose Public Television, 1997
Le Pena Cultural Center, 1997
Labor Committee on El Salvador & Central America, 1997
Livermore Conversion Project, 1997
Long Beach Alternatives to Living in a Violent Environment! (ALIVE), 1997
Madera Coalition from Community Justice, 1997
Mediation Center of San Joaquin, 1997
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), 1997
Middle East Children’s Alliance, 1997
Mt. Diablo Peace Center, 1997
Murder Victims for Reconciliation, 1997
National Parks/Conservation Association, 1997
National Sanctuary Defense Fund, 1997
Network of Immigrant Rights and Refugee Services (NIRRS), 1997
Over 60/Lifelong Medical Care, 1997
Our Developing World, 1997
OXFAM America, 1997
Pacifica Radio Foundation, 1997
Ploughshares Fund, 1997
Project Salvador, 1997
Quest for Peace, 1997
Redwood Justice Fund, 1997
Religious Witness with Homeless, 1997
Richmond High School Creek Keepers, 1997
Rising Youth for Social Equity (RYSE), 1997
Rosenberg Fund for Children, 1997
San Jose Peace Center, 1997
School of Public Health, 1997
Summer of Unity and Liberation (SOUL), 1997
Sierra Club Legal Defense, 1997
Silicon Toxics Coalition, 1997
Southern Poverty Law Center, 1997
UNICEF, 1997
United Indian Nations, 1997
U.S. Cuba Medical Project, 1997
Vanguard Public Foundation, 1997
Veterans of the Vietnam War, 1997
War Resisters League, 1997
We Do the Work, 1997
West Berkeley Fund for Community Progress, 1997
Western States Legal Foundation, 1997
Witness for Peace, 1997
Women’s Economic Agenda Project, 1997
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), 1997
World Neighbors, 1997
Spring Grants Rejected, 1997
Fall Grants Rejected, 1997
Abolition, 2000, 1998
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Northern California, 1998
American Friends of Neve Shalom, 1998
Americans Friends Service Committee, 1998
American Jewish World Services, 1998
Amnesty International, 1998
Antioch College, 1998
Art and Revolution Convergence, 1998
Berkeley Emergency Food Project, 1998
Bio-Dynamic Farming and Gardening Association, 1998
CARE Foundation, 1998
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO), 1998
Center for Constitutional Rights, 1998
Center for Cuban Studies, 1998
Center for Economic Conversion, 1998
Children’s Defense Fund, 1998
Coalition in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES) Education Fund, 1998
Davis Putter Scholarship Funds, 1998 [2 folders]
Food Share, 1998
Friends of Peace Pilgrim, 1998
Greenaction, 1998
Highgate Road Social Science Research Center, 1998
Highlander Center, 1998
INFACT, 1998
International Medical Relief Fund, 1998
Institute for Science and Interdisciplinary Studies (ISIS), 1998
KCSM-TV and FM, 1998
KTEH, San Jose Public Television, 1998
Low-income Self Help Center, 1998

Box 10
off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
1998 M-Z, 1999 A-P Grants and Loans
Mission Agenda, 1998
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), 1998
National Radio Project, 1998
Neighbor to Neighbor, 1998
NISBCO, 1998
Network of Immigrant Rights and Refugee Services (NIRRS), 1998
Oak Grove Resident Council, 1998
Organizacion Cooperative Paula Hernandez, 1998
OXFAM America, 1998
Parent Voices, 1998
Ploughshares Fund, 1998
Project Hearts and Minds, 1998
Project Salvador, 1998
Preyecto de Educacion Popular del Sureste, 1998
Quest for Peace, 1998
Resource Center for Non-violence, 1998
Rosenberg Fund for Children, 1998
San Jose Peace Center, 1998
Save the Children, 1998
Seva Foundation, 1998
Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, 1998
Southern California Library for Social Studies & Research, 1998
School of Unity and Liberation, 1998
Sweatshop Watch, 1998
Trees Foundation, 1998
Union de Vecinos de Pico Aliso, 1998
Union of Concerned Scientists, 1998
War Resisters League, 1998
We Do the Work, 1998
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), 1998
Within Our Gates, 1998
Witness for Peace, 1998
Women’s Economic Agenda Project, 1998
Women’s Energy Matters, 1998
World Federalist Association, 1998
World Neighbors, 1998
Fall Board Grants Rejected, 1998
Spring Board Grants Rejected, 1998
Grants 1983 [2 folders]
Grants 1985
Fall Board Grants, 1999
Spring Board Grants, 1999
Action for Corporate Responsibility, 1999
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Northern California, 1999
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, 1999
American Friends Service Committee, 1999
African Policy Information Center, 1999
American Committee on Africa, 1999
Americans United for Separation of Church and State, 1999
Amnesty International, 1999
Antioch College, 1999
Asians and Pacific Islanders for Community Empowerment, 1999
Art and Revolution, 1999
Bay Area Gay and Straight Alliance Network, 1999
AWAIR (?), 1999
Berkeley Community Fund, 1999
Building Opportunities for Self Sufficiency (BOSS), 1999
Cannabis Action Network, 1999
C-Beyond, 1999
Center for Constitutional Rights, 1999
Center for Economic Conversion, 1999
Coalition against “Urban Warrior”, 1999
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO), 1999
Disarm/Cuban Medical Project, 1999
Disability Media Project, 1999
Davis Putter Scholarship Fund, 1999
Death Penalty Focus, 1999
Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund, 1999
Elders Network, 1999
Ethical Fieldston Fund, 1999
Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, 1999
Farm worker Institute for Education and Leadership Development (Field), 1999
Finca International, 1999
Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights, 1999
Friends Committee for National Legislation Education Fund (NCNL), 1999
Friends Committee for Legislation of California Education Fund, 1999
Friends of Free Radio Speech, 1999
Greenaction, 1999
Greenpeace Fund, 1999
Headwaters Action Video Collective, 1999
Help of Ojai Inc, 1999
Highlander Center, 1999
Human Rights and the Drug War, 1999
INFACT (?) General Electric Boycott, 1999
Inside/Out Performing Arts, 1999
Institute for Science and Interdisciplinary Studies, 1999
International Medical Relief Fund, 1999
Jane Addams Peace Association (JAPA) Geneva Fund, 1999
Judi Bari Trust Fund, 1999
KALW 91.7 Informational Radio, 1999
KCSM T.V., 1999
KTEH Channel 54, 1999
KQED Television, 1999
Lifelong Medical Care, 1999
Midpeninsula Citizens for Fair Housing (MCFH) Education Fund, 1999
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties, 1999
Mother Jones Investigation Fund, 1999
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Legal Defense and Education Fund, 1999
Native American Rights Fund, 1999
National Parks Conversation Association, 1999
National Radio Project, 1999
National Resources Defense Council, 1999
Neighbor to Neighbor, 1999
Nicaragua Network Education Fund, 1999
Network Immigrant Refugee Rights Services (NIRRS), 1999
No Friends but the Mountains, 1999
North Coast Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Alliance, 1999
Offering Arts to our Sisters in SOMA (OASIS), 1999
Our Developing World, 1999
OXFAM America, 1999
Peace Action, 1999
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEERL) Legal Defense Fund, 1999
 
Box 11 off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
1999 P-Z, 2000 A-M Grants and Loans
PEN Oakland, 1999
Peninsula Open Space Trust, 1999
Peninsula Peace and Justice Center, 1999
People for Child’s Health and Environmental Justice, 1999
Ploughshares Fund, 1999
People Organizing to Demand Environmental Rights (PODER! ), 1999
Project Hope, 1999
Project Vote Smart, 1999
Quest for Peace, 1999
Riding the Tiger, 1999
Ripon College Development Office, 1999
Rosenberg Fund for Children, 1999
Ruckus Society, 1999
School of Public Health, 1999
Sempervirens Fund, 1999
Seva Foundation, 1999
San Francisco Living Wage Coalition, 1999
Share Foundation: Building a New El Salvador Today, 1999
Shundahai Network, 1999
Silicon Valley Toxins Coalition, 1999
Simon Wiesenthal Center, 1999
Sisters in Action, 1999
Telemanita, 1999
Trees Foundation, 1999
Union of Concerned Scientists, 1999
United Indian Nations, 1999
U.S. Committee for UNICEF, 1999
Vanguard Public Foundation, 1999
War Resisters League, 1999
Western States Legal Foundation, 1999
Witness for Peace, 1999
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), 1999
Women’s Economic Agenda Project, 1999
World Neighbors, 1999
Spring Board Grants Rejected, 1999
Fall Board Grants Rejected, 1999
Spring Rejections, 2000
Antioch College Annual Fund, 2000
Action for Corporate Responsibility, 2000
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Northern California, 2000
Africa Fund, 2000
Africa Policy Information Center, 2000
American Committee on Africa, 2000
American Friends Service Committee, 2000
Americans United for Separation, 2000
Amnesty International USA, 2000
Art and Revolution, 2000
AWAIR, 2000
Berkeley Community Fund, 2000
Berkeley Emergency Food Project, 2000
Berkeley Foundation for Opportunities in Information Technology, 2000
Berkeley/Richmond Jewish Community Center, 2000
Berkeley Public Library Foundation, 2000
Breast Cancer Action, 2000
Buddhist Peace Fellowship, 2000
Building Opportunities for Self Sufficiency, 2000
California Working Group, 2000
Cannabis Action Network, 2000
Capacitar, 2000
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 2000
Center for Constitutional Rights, 2000
Center for Cuban Studies, 2000
Center for Economic Conversion, 2000
Chester Street Block Club Association, 2000
Children of Judi Bari Trust, 2000
Christmas in April Albany/Berkeley, 2000
Citizen Soldier, 2000
Committee for Health Rights in Americas, 2000
Criminal Justice Consortium, 2000
DataCenter, 2000
Davis-Putter Scholarship Fund, 2000
Death Penalty Focus of California, 2000
Disarm/Cuban Medical Project, 2000
Doctors without Borders, 2000
Each One Reach One, 2000
Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund, 2000
Elders Network at Over 60 Health Center, 2000
Ella Baker Center Third Eye Movement, 2000
Ethical Fieldston Fund, 2000
Equal Justice, 2000
Fellowship of Reconciliation, 2000
Farm worker Institute for Education and Leadership Development (FIELD), 2000
Finca International, 2000
Friends Committee for Legislation of California Education Fund, 2000
Friends Committee for National Legislation (FCNL) Education Fund, 2000
Food First, 2000
Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, 2000
Fund for Reconciliation, 2000
Freedom Archives, 2000
Friends of Free Speech Radio, 2000
Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education, 2000
Global Exchange, 2000
Greenpeace Fund, 2000
Health Access, 2000
Hesperian Foundation, 2000
Hidden Villa, 2000
Highlander Center, 2000
If, 2000
IFCO (?), 2000
INFACT (?), 2000
International Medical Relief, 2000
Jane Addams Peace Association (JAPA) Geneva Fund, 2000
Jane Addams Peace Association (JAPA) US Fund, 2000
Jhai Foundation, 2000
KCSM Television, 2000
KALW Radio, 2000
Kings County Labor Agency- Seattle Labor Chorus, 2000
KPFA Radio, 2000
KTEH Television, 2000
KQED Television, 2000
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), 2000
Mothers Against Murder and Assault (M.A.M.A.), 2000
Kim McMillon, 2000
Middle East Children’s Alliance, 2000
Mid Peninsula Citizens for Fair Housing (MCFH), 2000
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute, 2000
Mother Jones Investigation Fund, 2000
Multicultural Committee for the City of Novato, 2000
Murder Victims Families for Reconciliation, 2000

Box 12
off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
2000 Q-Z, 2001 A-V Grants and Loans
Quest for Peace Quixote Center, 2000
Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI), 2000
Rainforest Action Network, 2000
Road Rage, 2000
Rosenberg Fund for Children, 2000
Ruckus Society, 2000
Santa Clara Center for Occupational Safety and Health (SCCOSH), 2000
Second Harvest Food Bank, 2000
San Francisco AIDS Foundation, 2000
School of Public Health/University of California, Berkley, 2000
Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition, 2000
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN), 2000
Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) 21 st Century Campaign, 2000
South Bay Sanctuary Covenant, 2000
The Progressive, 2000
Support Center for Battered Women, 2000
United States Committee for UNICEF, 2000
Union of Concerned Scientists, 2000
United for Justice, 2000
United States Holocaust Museum, 2000
Vanguard Public Foundation, 2000
Ventura County Living Wage Coalition, 2000
War Resisters League, 2000
Western States Legal Foundation (WSLF), 2000
Witness for Peace, 2000
World Neighbors, 2000
Reselections Fall, 2000
Access/Women’s Health Rights Coalition, 2001
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Foundation, 2001
American Committee on Africa, 2001
American Friends Service Committee, 2001
American Public Health Association, 2001
Americans United for Separation of Church and State, 2001
Antioch College Annual Fund, 2001
AWAIR (?). 2001
Bay Area Video Coalition for “Not in Our Name”, 2001
Berkeley Community Fund, 2001
Berkeley/Richmond Jewish Community Center, 2001
Building Opportunities for Self-Sufficiency (BOSS), 2001
Bay Area Regional Exchange and Development (BREAD), 2001
Breast Cancer Action, 2001
Capacitar, 2001
Center for Constitutional Rights, 2001
Center for Economic Conversion, 2001
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO), 2001
Central California Criminal Justice Committee, 2001
Children of Judi Bari Trust, 2001
Committee for Health Rights in the Americas, 2001
Citizen Soldier, 2001
City at Peace- Los Angeles, 2001
Conciliation Forums of Oakland, 2001
Council for a Livable World, 2001
Creative Arts Book Company, 2001
Danza sin Fronteras, 2001
DataCenter, 2001
Davis Putter Scholarship Fund, 2001
Death Penalty Focus, 2001
Disarm Cuba Medical Project, 2001
Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund, 2001
Equal Justice USA, 2001
Farmworker Institute for Education and Leadership Development (FIELD), 2001
Finca International, Inc., 2001
Foodshare, 2001
Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics, 2001
Free Pacifica Legal Action, 2001
Free Speech Radio Legal Fund, 2001
Freedom Bound Center, 2001 [2 folders]
Freedom Archives, 2001
Friends Committee on Legislation of California Education Fund (FCL), 2001
Friends Committee, 2001
Friends Committee for National Legislation Education Fund, 2001
Friends of Free Speech Radio, 2001
Fund for Reconciliation, 2001
Global Exchange, 2001
Greenpeace Fund, 2001
Headwaters Action Video Collective (HAVC), 2001
Health Access Foundation, 2001
Hesperian Foundation, 2001
Hidden Villa, 2001
Highlander Center, 2001
Humane Society of the United States, 2001
International Development Exchange (IDEX), 2001
International Lesbian Gay Association (ILGA) Global Gay Summit, 2001
INFACT (?), 2001
Institute of Media Analysis- Pacifica Campaign, 2001
International Medical Relief, 2001
ISOJI, 2001
Jane Addams Peace Association (JAPA) Geneva Fund, 2001
Jane Addams Peace Association (JAPA) US Fund, 2001
Jewish Music Festival, 2001
Just Cause Oakland, 2001
KQED Television, 2001
League of Women Voters, 2001
LifeLong Medical Care, 2001
LoveLife Foundation, 2001
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), 2001
Maran, Rita, 2001
Meiklejohn Civil Liberties Institute, 2001
Mid Peninsula Citizens for Fair Housing Education Fund, 2001
MondoMediaLLC, 2001
Murder Victims Families for Reconciliation, 2001
Native American Rights Fund, 2001
Neighbor to Neighbor, 2001
Options 2000 International, 2001
Our Developing World, 2001
OXFAM America, 2001
Pacifica Reporters against Censorship, 2001
Parkinson’s Action Network, 2001
Peninsula Open Space Trust, 2001
Peace Action Education Fund, 2001
Peninsula Peace and Justice Center, 2001
Planned Parenthood Federation of America, 2001
Ploughshares Fund, 2001
Project Vote Smart, 2001
Public Employees for Environmental Legal Defense Fund, 2001
Quest for Peace, 2001
Rosenberg Fund for Children, 2001
San Francisco AIDS Foundation, 2001
San Francisco Reclaim May Day, 2001
School of Public Health UC Berkeley, 2001
Second Harvest Food Bank, 2001
Silkworm Peace Institute, 2001
Silicon Valley Toxics, 2001
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN), 2001
Society for Art Publication of the Americas, 2001
STARC (?), 2001
South Bay Sanctuary, 2001
The Progressive, 2001
To Make Something Out of Nothing, 2001
Underground Railroad, 2001
UC Regents Ronald V. Dellums Chair in Peace and Conflict Studies, 2001
Union of Concerned Scientists, 2001
Voz Hispana Cause Cesar Chavez, 2001
 
Box 13 off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
2001 W-Z, 2002 Grants and Loans, Agape Foundation
Western States Legal Foundation, 2001
Witness for Peace, 2001
The Working Group, 2001
World Neighbors, 2001
Youth Force Coalition, 2001
Board Grants Rejected, 2001
Loans Rejected, 2001
Agape Foundation, 2002
Asian Pacific Islander Coalition against War, 2002
Art and Revolution, 2002
AWAIR, 2002
Bay Area Regional Exchange and Development (BREAD), 2002 (Fall)
California People of Faith Working Against the Death Penalty, 2002 (Fall)
Cannabis Action Network, 2002
Center for Arms Control, 2002
Children of Judy Bari Trust, 2002
Committee for Human Rights in the Philippines (CHRP), 2002
Doctors without Borders, 2002
East Asia-US-Puerto Rico Women’s Network against Militarism, 2002
Every Mother is a Working Mother Network, 2002
Filipino/American Coalition for Environmental Solutions (FACES), 2002
Global Exchange, 2002
The Hesperian Foundation, 2002
High School and College Outreach Peace Education (HOPE), 2002
Instituted for Multiracial Justice, 2002
Interfaith Communities United for Justice and Peace, 2002
International Medical Relief, 2002
Making Change, 2002
Making Change, 2002 (Fall)
Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF), 2002
Mental Health Association of San Francisco, 2002
Mother Jones Investigative Fund, 2002
New Mexico Toxics Coalition, 2002
Parkinsons Action Network, 2002
The People’s Grocery, 2002 (Fall)
San Francisco AIDS Foundation, 2002
San Francisco Bay Area Jubilee Debt Cancellation Coalition, 2002
September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, 2002
Services, Immigrant Rights, and Education Network (SIREN), 2002
Solcity, Fall 2002
Tri-Valley Communities against a Radioactive Environment (CAREs), 2002
War Times, 2002
Western States Legal Foundation (WSLF), 2002
Witness for Peace, 2002
Rejection Letters, 2002
Agape Foundation Board Stuff, 1987 (April) - December (1988), 1992
Agape Board Meeting Agendas and Minutes, Staff Reports, Finances, 1989 - 1990
Agape News
Agape Financial Reports, 1987 - 1988
Agape Finance Summaries 1987 - 1990
Agape Finances, 1989 (January) - 1990 (January)
Agape Special Documents
Agape Grant and Fiscal Sponsorship Requests Historical, 1987 - 1988
Agape Grant and Fiscal Sponsorship Requests Historical, 1989 - 1990
Agape Current

Box 14
off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
Agape Foundation
Agape Current [2 folders]
Agape Other Miscellaneous
Agape Foundation Report, 1973
Agape Foundation Report, 1974
Agape Foundation Report, 1975
Agape Foundation Report, 1976
Agape Foundation Report, 1977-1978
Agape Foundation Report, 1979
Agape Foundation Annual Report, 1980
Agape Foundation Annual Report, 1981
Agape Foundation Annual Report, 1984
Agape Foundation Annual Report, 1985
Agape Foundation Annual Report, 1986
Agape Foundation Letters to Donors, 1987
Agape Foundation Hiring of Staff Members, 1987
Agape Foundation Letters to Donors, 1988
Agape Foundation Letters to Donors, 1989
Agape Foundation Letters to Donors, 1990
Agape Foundation Finances, 1991
Agape Foundation, 1992
Agape Foundation Mission and Definitions of Non-Violence and Dimensions of Social Change, 1993
Agape Foundation Executive Director’s Report, 1994
Agape Foundation Undated
1970s, 1980 & 1981 A-I Grants and Loans
Lockhead Project, 1970
Gentle Strength/Peace Brigade, 1971
War Resister’s League (WRL), 1970
Pentagon, 1970
Grant cover letters, 1970-1971
Draft Refuser Support (DRS), 1971
A Training Action Group (ATAG), 1971
Columbae House, 1971
Community House, 1971
Institute for the Study of Nonviolence: free school bus, 1971
Institute for the Study of Nonviolence: media, 1971
Institute/Mountain West
Institute for the Study of Nonviolence: prison program, 1971
Media Co-operative, 1971
Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, 1971
People’s Union Cooperative Farm, 1971
Tree School, 1971
Institute for the Study of Nonviolence: trip guide, 1971
WIN Magazine, 1971
War Resisters League (WRL), 1971
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF), 1971
Nonviolent Studies Institute (Institute for Nonviolent Research): Blair Merbs
Mankind, 1971
Grants list, 1972
Advocate Services: Honeywell project
Burt Wallrich, 1972
Bay Area Nonviolent Community (BANC)/War Resisters League (WRL): Teach in, 1972
Briar Patch Trust, 1972
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors (CCCO), 1972
Direct Action, 1972
Fault of the Earth, 1972
Food, Land, and Power project
Gay Military Counseling, 1972
Gentle Strength, December 1972
Gentle Strength, 1972
House of Hospitality
Jane Addams Peace Association
Kids Teaching Kids
Mankind farm
Media Co-operative, 1972
Media/Research: North Ireland, 1972
Network, 1972
Outreach, 1972
People’s Union sound system, 1972
People’s Farm, 1972
Regional Young Adult/Alternative Features
Rodrigo Terronez Memorial Clinic, 1972
San Diego Nonviolent Action
Shanti Peace Center, 1972
Society of Friends, 1972
St. Ann’s Chapel, 1972
Study Kit on Nonviolence, 1972
Synergy Foundation, 1972
Vocational and Educational Opportunities for Servicemen, 1972
War Resisters League Field Secretary
Grant Reports, 1973
War Resisters League (WRL) National Conference, 1973
Amnesty International
American Friends Service Committee: Carrier Project
Ahimsa Associates
Gay Military Counseling
Humanitas Foundation
Institute/Mountain West
Northern California Ecumenical Council
Outreach of Santa Clara County: Free Speech Message Center (FSM Center)
 
Box 15 off-site [Acc. 10A-033, Acc. 10A-035}
1970s, 1980 & 1981 A-I Grants and Loans
Peace Brigade: Steve Ladd
Portola Institute/Briarpatch Cooperative Auto Shop, 1973
Public Interest Communications
Synergy Foundation, 1973
Third Life Center
Unitarian Church: Sexual Liberation and the Nonviolent Movement
War Resisters League (WRL)/Mid-Peninsula
WIN Magazine
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom: peace curricula
Farmworker Community Education Fund
Amnesty International: West Coast
Briar Patch Community Store, 78-10
Grant agreements, 1980 - 1981
Davis Peace Center
Abalone Alliance, 80-8
Alliance for Survival: Northern California, 80-9
Robert Woodworth: “An American Vet”, 80-23
Bartimaeus Community, 80-22
Biography of an Atomic Vet (film)
Ann Peabody Brown United Nations internship, 80-19½
Citizen Alert: “No on MX”, 80-16
Community Energy Action Network, 80-3
Diablo Conversion Project, 80-11
East Bay Spanish Speaking Citizens: Barrio and Draft Forum, 80-26
Ecumenical Peace Institute, 80-4
Ecumenical Peace Institute, 80-22A
Energon Films: Nuclear Debate Film Series, 80-29
The Gathering Place, 80-2
The Gathering Place, 80-6
National Association of Atomic Veterans: Northern, California, 80-12
New Mexico Peace Conversion Project, 80-28
Nuclear Free Pacific Conference, 80-10 and 80-14
Orange Country Peace Conversion Project, 80-15
Panhandle Environmental Awareness Committee, 80-31
Panhandle Environmental Action Committee: Fiscal Sponsorship, 80-35
People against the Draft, 80-12
Physicians for Social Responsibility, 80-22
Registration Education Committee, 80-33
San Fernando Valley Alliance for Survival (AFS), 80-27
San Jose Peace Center, 80-24
Seattle Midwifery School, 80-18
Survival Summer, 80-1
Survival Summer, 80-7
University of California Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project (UCNWLCP), 80-32
War Resisters League (Anti-Draft): 80-17A
War Resisters League/West, 80-17B
“Wartime” Oral History project, 80-13
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) Peninsula, 80-25
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom (WILPF) San Francisco, 80-30
Grassroots Events, 80-26
Grant Agreements and check notices, 1981
Albalone Alliance, 81-11
Agent Orange Information Center, 81-2
Alliance for Survival: South California, 81-10
Bartimaeus Community, 81-18½
Diablo Conversion Campaign, 81-8
Davis Peace Center, the, 81-16
Down Winders, 81-17
Energon Films: Nuclear Film Forum : Stern Trust loan, 81-12
Energon Films: Nuclear Film Forum
San Jose Peace Center: Feminism and Nonviolence program, 81-25
Escuela de la Raza Unida, 81-19
Flower of the Dragon, 81-22
Free Chile Center, 81-1
The Gathering Place, 81-15
Guatemala News and Information Bureau, 81-21
Idaho Sun, 81-4

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Box 1

Circa 1980-1986 Correspondence and/or Grant Information

Funding agreements, 1982
Funding agreements, 1982 [continued]
Fiscal support grant installments, 1984 [2 folders]
Fiscal support grant installments, 1986
Abalone Alliance
Across Frontiers
Albuquerque Peace Center
American Friends Service Committee: Peace and Justice Youth Outreach Program
American Friends Service Committee: Peace and Justice Youth Outreach Program--Project Children of War
Archdiocese Commission on Social Justice/ Latin American Task Force

Box 2 [Acc. 2015-032]
Circa 1980-1986 Correspondence and/or Grant Information

Bananas: Child Care Information and Referral and Parent Support
Bartimaeus Community
Bay Area Asians for Nuclear Disarmament
Bay Area Central America Peace Campaign
Children's Creative Response to Conflict
Citizen Alert
Clergy and Laity Concerned Nevada
Coalition Opposing Registration and the Draft
Data Center
Davis Peace Center
Deadly Connections
Disarmament Resource Center
Downwinders
Draft Information Alliance
Ecumenical Peace Institute
Energon Films: Nuclear Films TV Series
Fine Line Productions
Friends of the Hibakusha
Gathering Place, The

Box 3 [Acc. 2015-032]
Circa 1980-1986 Correspondence and/or Grant Information

Grassroot Events
Ground Zero: Give Peace a Dance
Guatemala News and Information Bureau
Hanford Radio History Project
Interreligious Foundation for Community Organizing: Central America Information Week
International Indian Treaty Council\
Ishvani Dance Theater
Jobs With Peace National Network
Korean Support Committee
Lab Watch
La Semilla Cultural Center
Livermore Action Group
Micronesia Support Committee
Mid-Peninsula Conversion Project
Mobilization Support Network
Montana Citizens to End the Arms Race
National Association for Radiation Survivors
Native Nevadians for Political Education
Nicaragua Information Center
Nicaragua Interfaith Committee for Action
Nonviolence Resource Center New Zealand

Box 4 [Acc. 2015-032]
Circa 1980-1985 Correspondence and/or Grant Information

Northern California Interfaith Committee on Corporate Responsibility
Northern California Interfaith Committee on Corporate Responsibility: Project Lazarus -- proposal
Northern California Interfaith Committee on Corporate Responsibility: Project Lazarus, 1984-1985
Nuclear Free Zone Registry
Peace Education Project
Peace House
Peace Resource Center of San Diego
Peace Resource Center of San Diego: Children and Nonviolence Program
People Against the Draft
Physicians for Social Responsibility: Stanford/ Mid-Peninsula
Ranchers for Peace
Redwood Records
Sacramento Peace Center
Salvadorean Medical Relief Fund
San Franciscans for Nuclear Weapons Education
San Jose Peace Center
San Mateo County Freeze/ Peace Action

Box 5 [Acc. 2015-032]
Circa 1980-1986 Correspondence and/or Grant Information

Santa Barbara Indian Center
Southern California Alliance for Survivors
Southwest Organizing Project
Survival Guide II Project
Swingshift
Target Women ‘84
Tribal Filipino Project
United Hawaii Aloha
United States-Mexican Border Project
United States Nuclear Free Pacific Network
University of California Nuclear Weapons Labs Conversion Project
Vote Peace in ‘84
War Resisters League/ West
War Tax Project
Washington-Moscow Peace Concerts

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Circa 1980-1986 Correspondence and/or Grant Information

Western Solidarity: Western Nuclear Issues Network Project
Women Veterans Information Network
Women’s Economic Agenda Project
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom: Peninsula Branch
Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom: San Francisco Branch

Box 7 [Acc. 2015-032]
1994-1995
Business Letters
Fund Appeals 1994
Donor Advised Funds 1994
Op-Ed 1994
Emmy Lefson Fund 1994
Emergency Grant Fund 1994
Board Minutes 1994, Jan.-June
Granting Session 1994

Board Minutes 1994, July-Dec.
California Charitable Trusts-2 1994
California 199 (California Exempted Organization Annual Statement) 1999
Federal 990 1994
Payroll 1994
Property Tax 1994
Fiscal Sponsorship Renewal 1994
Year End Bank Statements 1994
Employment Development Department DE3 1995
Payroll 1995
990 (Return of Organization Exempted from Income Tax), 1995
Leone and Lester Hayes 1995
Emmy Lefson Fund 1995
Alexander Castelli Donor Advised Fund 1995
Emergency Fund 1995
Alice Hamburg Donor Advised 1995
Janet Rauls Donor-Directed Advised 1995
Staff Evaluation 1995z
Board Minutes July-Dec.1995
Board Minutes Jan.-June 1995
Property Taxes 1995
Spring Granting 1995
Fall Guidelines 1995
Year End Bank Statements 1995
Correspondence 1995
Fund Appeals 1995
Board Retreat 1995
Business Files-Assisted Documents

Box 8 [Acc. 2015-032]
1996-1999

Spring Appeal 1996
Fall Appeal 1996
Summer Appeal 1996
Retreat 1996
Press Releases, Responses to Editorials
The Obituaries of the Dear Departed Dead
Fiscal Sponsorship Letters 1996
Emmy Lefson Fund 1996
Holiday Appeal 1996
Lefson Appeal 1996
Emergency Grant Fund 1996
Funding Exchange 1996
Hayes, Leon and Lester 1996
Singer, R. 1996
Ubell, Michael 1996
Ulmer, Vic & Barbara 1996
Hamburg, A. 1996
Spring Appeal 1997
Holiday Apeal 1997
Fall 1997 Lapsed Appeal
Fall Appeal 1997
Summer Apeal 1997
Summer Appeal Lapsed 1997
Youth Grants 1996-1997
Youth Granting Session 1997
Propecting Appeal 1997
Emmy Lefson Fund 1997
Lefson Fund Appeal 1997
Marketing Audit
Endowment 1997
Endowment-Agape 1997
Youth Grant Guidelines
Fall 1997 Board Grants
Ubell/Hawthorne 1997
Singer, Rosalind 1997
Ulmer, Vic and Barby 1997
Hoover, Lamar and Sally 1997
Hayes, Leone & Lester 1997
Hamburg, Alice 1997
Fiscally-Sponsored Reimbursement Explan
Retreat 1997
California Institute of Integral Studies Conference 1997
Op-Ed 1999
Articles
Emmy Lefson Fund Holiday 1999 Appeal
Emergency Grant Appeal 1999
Fall Grant Guidelines 1999

Box 9 [Acc. 2015-032]
1997, 1999-2001
Granting Session Spring 1999
Spring Grant Guidelines 1999
Board Grant Evaluation Sheets
Prospecting Appeal 1999
Southern California Trip 1999
30th Anniversary Host Committee
30th Anniversary Invitation
30th Anniversary Publicity
30th Anniversary Slide and Film Program
30th Anniversary Tabling
30th Anniversary 1999
30th Anniversary Event Programs
Grants, Loans, Etc.
30th Anniversary Invitation Response
Unsolicited Donations
Fiscal Sponsorship Renewal
Holiday Appeal 1999
Summer Lapsed Appeal 1999
Summer Appeal 1999
Spring Appeal 1999
Merchandise, Purchases 1999
Board Recruitment Questionnaire 2001
1095 Market Street-Memos, Law Documents
Spring Lapsed Appeal 2001
Fall Appeal 2001
Fall Lapsed Appeal 2001
Holiday Lapsed 2000
Holiday Appeal 2001
Summer Appeal 2001
Rodeo Citizens Association
San Diego Review 1997

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Silkworm Peace Foundation 1997
Speaking Up 1997
Technology for the Futures of Women 1997
Theatre Peace 1997
Telling the Story 1997
Tools for Change 1997
Unity Foundation 1997
Veteran's Speaker Alliance 1997
We Interrupt this Message 1997
Women's Energy Matters 1997
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom-San Francisco
Abalone Alliance 1998
Bell Project 1998
California Friends of the Center for Humanitarian Programs
Community Survival Resources 1998
Community Action Now 1998
Clowns Without Borders 1998
Children's Gardening Resource Center 1998
Chibcha 1998
CDI Columbia 1998
CQ Productions 1998
Gateway Center for Art and Social Change 1998
From Here to There 1998
Friends of IDEI (Instituto de Educacion Integral para la Salud y el Desarrollo)

Box 11 [Acc. 2015-032]
Elder Angels 1998
Grandmothers for Peace 1998
Heart & Hand Fund 1998
Livermore Conversion Project 1998
Marin Condega Sister Cities 1998
Manhattan Project II 1998
Project Underground 1998
NCDOS
Mariposans for Environmentally Responsible Growth
Nuclear Democracy Network Options 2000
Warren and Marian Weber
Lanis Walters
Charles Walton
Joshua Wallman
Andrew Wallach
Mary Weingart
Dorothy White
Wilcher Associates
Louise Wilson
Myra Wise

Box 12 [Acc. 2015-032]
Ted and Betty Roszak
Sourcebook for Movement Funding
Richard Price
Williger
Witkins
Ziegler
Harriet Ziskin
Lorraine (Rainy) Rust and Marion
Rothchild/Taylor
Frances Shaw, Bob Pearlman
The Shermans
Steven Short
Meg Simonds
Rosalind Singer
Emily and Alec Skolnick
John Steiner
Francis St. Amant
Betty and Donald Stone, stock gift/donor file
Lesley Tannahill (and other Tannahills)
Studs Terkel
Tom Thompson
Kit Tremaine
Barbara Turner
Victor and Barbara Ulmer
Tom Unterman
Owens Minton
Berda and Harry Fisher Morley
William and Ruth Morris
Barbara Moskowitz
Maryanne Mott
Tory Model/Marth Trolin
Genevieve Nowlin
John Paddock
Margaret Phillips
Premena
Mailing List [3 folders]

Box 13 [Acc. 2015-032]
Mailing List [4 folders]

Box 14[ Acc. 2015-032]
Mailing List and Financial Records [4 folders]

Box 15 [Acc. 2015-032]
Mailing List and Financial Records 5
Mailing List and Financial Records 6
Institue for the Practice of Nonviolence (IPNV)
Sacramento Peace Center 1990
SANE/Nuclear Freeze of San Mateo County
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (1990)
Fiscal Sponsorship Renewal Requests-1990
Abalone Alliance 1991
Alliance for Survival 1991
ARC (Arms Control Research Center) 1991
American Peace Test 1991
Jill Ansell 1991
Common Agenda 1991
CDI Colombia Support Project 1991
Citizens for a Toxics Free Marin 1991

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Clearwater Alliance 1991
Don't Waste California 1991
Retreat, January 31, 1987 (AFSC Office 9 AM)
EpiCenter 1991
Eric Larson Defense Fund 1991
Grandmothers for Peace 1991
Jones/Larson Defense Fund
Agape Board Meeting (March 10, 1987)
Marin Greens 1991
National Campaign to Demilitarize our Schools
Nuclear Democracy Project 1991
Agape Board Meeting (April 14, 1987)
Options Magazine
Other Americas 1991
Peacetalks 1991
Rodeo Citizen Association 1991
SANE/Freeze of San Mateo County 1991
Theatre Peace 1990-1991
Third World Registers 1991
Veterans Speakers Alliance 1991
Wise Fool Puppet Intervention 1991
Women's Gynecology, Obstetrics, and Midwifery (WOGOM in Oakland, CA) 1991
Fiscal Sponsorship Renewals 1991
Abalone Alliance 1992
Alliance for Survival 1992
Americas Before Columbus Project 1992
Alternative Media Network 1991
Alternative Media Network 1992

Box 17 [Acc. 2015-032]
American Peace Test 1992
ARC 1992
Bay Area Nuclear (BAN) Waste Coalition 1992
California Childrens Lobby/1992 Child Development Policy Board
CDI's Support Project 1992
Colombia Human Rights Information Committee (CHIBCHA) 1992
Citizens for A Toxic Free Marin 1992
Clearwater Alliance 1992
Common Agenda 1992
Emergency Committee for West Oakland Redevelopment (ECWOR) 1992
Earth Circus Performance Troup 1992
Don't Waste California 1992
Committee of 100 for Tibet 1992
Dan Ellsberg 1992
EpiCenter 1992
Haight Days a Week 1992
Grandmothers for Peace 1992
Jones/Larson Defense Committee 1992
Erik Larsen Defense Fund 1992
Marin Community Center 1992E
National Campaign to Demilitarize our Schools 1992
Nuclear Democracy Project 1992
October 12th Fast for Freedom and Justice 1992
Operation Brainstorm 1992
Options Magazine 1992
Other Americas 1992
Rodeo Citizens Association 1992
Sacramento Peace Center 1992
SANE/Nuclear Freeze of San Mateo County
Sister Mountain Project 1992
Third World Resistance 1992
Wise Fool Puppet Intervention 1992
Women's Gynecology Obstetrics and Midwifery
Women's International League for Peace & Freedom 1992

Box 18 [Acc. 2015-032]
Veterans Speakers Alliance 1992
Abalone Alliance 1993
Alliance for Survival 1993
Alternative Media Network 1993
American Peace Test (APT) 1993
Expense Reports and Bills 1
Expense Reports and Bills 2
United for Justice 2006
Unity Foundation 2006
War and Law League 2006
Women for a Better World 2006
Women for Genuine Security 2006
World BRIDGES 2006
Yuri Kochiyama Fund for Political Prisoners 2006
About-Face 2005
Adopt an Activist 2005
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination, San Francisco 2005

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Afghans for Afghans 2005
Bell Project 2005
California Communities Against Toxics 2005
California People of Faith-South-2005
Casa Cuba Resource Center 2005
Cesar E. Chavez Parade & Festival 2005
Clowns without Borders 2005
Committee for the Defense of Human Rights 2005
CLEAN (Citizens League for Environmental Action Now) 2005
Concerned Residents Initiative 2005
Cultural Links 2005
East Asia-US-Puerto Rico Women's Network Against Militarism 2005
The Edge of Each Other's Battles Project-2005
Exhale 2005
FACTS 2005
Family Council on Drug Awareness 2005
Freedom Archives 2005
Friends of Golden Gateway (FOGG) 2005
Freedom Archives
Grandmothers for Peace 2005
Grassroots Fundraising Inc 2005
Various Expenses (credit card, media and university related costs, etc.)
Freinds of IDEI, 2005
Heart & Hand Fund 2005
Information Services Latin America 2005
Insight Garden Program at San Quentin 2005
International Human Rights Initiative 2005

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las hueseras atbp
Leadership Support Group 2005
Livermore Conversion Project 2005
Military Out of Our Schools-Bay Area 2005
Marin-Condega Sister Cities Project 2005
National Legal Sanctuary for Community Advancement (NISCA) 2005
Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance 2005
Not in Our Name-San Francisco 2005
Northern California War Tax Resistance 2005
Note in Our Name-Los Angeles 2005
Oak Resident Council 2005
Ota Benga International Alliance for Peace in Congo 2005
Outer Voices 2005
Abalone Alliance 1990
Justice in Palestine Cultural Project 2005
Alliance for Survival 1990
ARC (Arms Control Research Center)
Colombia Human Rights Information Committee (CHIBCHA) 1990-91

Box 21 [Acc. 2015-032]
Leasing Papers
Grant Building
Press Clips 2/21/01
Eviction Struggle Expenses 2001
Fall Granting Session 2001
SpringBoard Grants 2001
Condega Container Project
Grandmothers for Peace 1990
Haight Days a Week Self-Initiative Dinner Program
Legal Fees
Board Meeting Retreat 2001
Fiscal Sponsorship Policies 2001
Fiscal Sponsorship Evaluation 2000
Fiscal Sponsorship Evaluation 2001
Donor Advised Guidelines 2001
Alice Hamburg 2001
Hoover Sally Lamar 2001
Shui M. Hung 2001
Joan and Wally Macdonald Donor Advised Fund Requests
Rosalind Singer 2001
Ubell Hawthorne 2001
Ulmer 2001
Office Party 2001
Circle of Life Fund Installment 2001
Endowment Investment 2001
Endowment Miscellaneous 2001
Agape Foundation and the Foundation Center Fundraising Workshop Agenda 2001
Pooled Income Fund 2001
Prospecting Appeal 2001
Donor Installment Forms 2001
Fundraising Committee 2001
Emergency Grant Appeal 2001
Emmy Lefson Fund 2001
Lefson Fund Appeal 2001
Hultgren Fund 2001

Box 22 [Acc. 2015-032]
Wayne S. Hultgren Fund Apeal 2001
Sacramento Regional Foundation Hultgren Fund 2001
Esther P. Oliver Fund 2001
Spring 2001 Board Grant Outreach
Review Guidelines Fall 2001
Fall Grants Guidelines 2001
Spring 2001 Grant Guidelines 2001
Review Guidelines Spring 2001
Military & Planet Conference 2001
Fundraising Day 2001
Peace Vigil 2001
Op-Ed 2001
Obituarys 2001
Board of Advisors 2001
Foundation Center Training 2001
Nonprofit Day 2001
Fundraising Committee
Income 1978
Income Sheets 1979
Finance Report 1983
Finance Reports 1982
Finance Reports 1981
Budget 1977
Budget 1979
1983 Budgets
1984 6 Month Review
Income 1971 and 1972
Income 1973
Financial Reports 1977
Finance Reports 1979
Finance Reports 1978
Income 1977
Income 1974
Income 1976

Box 23 [Acc. 2015-032]
Brochure and Newsletter 1977
Office Expenses 1971-1974
Finance Report 1972
Finance Reports 1973
Finance Reports 1974
Finance Reports 1975
Financial Reports 1976
Financial Reports 1976
Financial Graph 1973-76
Financial Reports 1977
Annual Report 1979
Housewarming Party 1975
Houseparty Nov. 1979
Fundraising Events: Examples
Judy Collins
Joan Baez (Concerts)
Annual Meeting 1972
Agape Mail Appeals 1971-79
Fund Appeal March 1980
Ends and Means: Newsletter of Agape Foundation
Tides Foundation Grant
Foundation Investigation
Brochure 1978
Brochure 1970
Momboldt Crop Outreach
Brochure 1972
Brochure 1971
Brochure 1973
Evaluation 1976

Box 24 [Acc. 2015-032]
Annual Report 1970-71
Annual Report 1972
Annual Report 1972
Annual Report 1977 and 1978
Annual Report 1975-76
Annual Report 1974-75
Board Meeting Documents 1978

Box 25 [Acc. 2015-032]
Miscellaneous Documents about Agape 1971
Business Files 1972
Business Files 1973
Correspondence 1975
Mescellaneous Documents about Agape 1974
Lawsuit 1979
Agape Meeting Documents 1976
Agape Board Documents 1977
Board Packets 1983

Box 26 [Acc. 2015-032]
Miscellaneous Documents 1982
Financials 1979
Nuclear War Prevention Documents
Miscellaneous 1979
Evaluation and Planning 1982
Evaluation and Planning 1978
Financial Records 1980-88
Board Materials 1980
Miscellaneous 1981
Evaluation and Planning 1981
Pueblo 2008
Pueblo 2007
Pueblo 2008 (2)
Pueblo (formerly CCSPA) 2007
Religious Witness with Homeless 1995
Rodeo Citizens Association 1995
Spiral Gardens 1995
Spirited Women 1995

Box 27 [Acc. 2015-032]
San Diego Review 1995
Speaking Up 1995
Telling the Story 1995
Testing Alert Network 1995
Theatre Peace 1995
Tools for Change 1995
Unity Foundation 1995
Veterans Speakers Alliance 1995
Woman Suffrage Media Project 1995
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom 1995
Appeal to Reason
Mailing Lists Exchanges and Purchasing
Direct Mail 1982-83
Fundraising Schools
Agape Fundraising Workshops
Direct Mail November 1985

Box 28 [Acc. 2015-032]
1980 Income Sheets
1981 Daily Journal Sheets
1982 Daily Journal
U.S.Nuclear Free Pacific Network
1983 Daily Journal Sheets
Daily Ledger Sheets 1984
1985 Daily Journal Sheets

Box 29 [Acc. 2015-032]
1986 Daily Journal
Annual Report 1986
July 1st Board Meeting
Agape Budgets
Dec. 16th Board Meeting
1985 Evaluation and Planning
Agape, Board Papers 1986
Board Packets 1986
Job Search, Director March-May 1987
Agape Board Meeting Oct. 8th 1986
Agape Board Meeting Sept. 9 1986
Magic Mountain 2000
Marcus V. Goins Legal Defense Trust Fund 2000
Marin Condega Sister Cities Project
MERG 2000
Nuclear Democracy Network 2000

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Oakland Butterfly and Urban Gardening After School (OBUGS) 2000
Oak Grove Resident Council
People for Children's Health and Environmental Justice
People's Dioxin Action Summit 2000
Poetry for the People 1999
Prairie Productions 2000
Project Underground 2000
Religious Witness with Homeless People 2000
Survivors Take Action Against Abuse by Military Personnel (STAMP) 2000
Silkworm Peace Foundation 2000
Swell Cinema Expense Forms 2000
San Francisco Reclaim May Day 2000
Theatre Peace 2000
Tooth Fairy Trust 2000
WAGE 2000
War and Law League 2000
Women's International League for Peace and Freedon (WILPF) 2000
The Kidstuff Project 2000
Art Research and Advocacy
Art and Revolutiom 2001
Remembering Bob 2002
Abalone Alliance 2001
Bell Project 2001
BRAVVE 2001
The Bread Project 2001
California People of Faith Working Against the Death Penalty 2001
Center for Healing 2001
Clowns Without Borders 2001
Colombia Human Rights Information Committee 2001
Community Survival Resources 2001
Family Council on Drug Awareness 2001

Box 31 [Acc. 2015-032]
Lifetime 2001 (1)
Lifetime 2001 (2)
Lifetime 2001 (3)
Lifetime 2001 (4)
Livermore Conversion 2001
Magic Mountain 2001
Marcus V. Goins Legal Defense Trust Fund 2001
Marin Condega Sister Cities 2001
MERG 2001
New Mexico Toxics Collection 2001
Nuclear Democracy Network 2001
Oakland Butterfly and Urban Gardening after School (OBUGS) 2001
Nuclear Democracy Network 2001
Pacifica Reporters Against Censorship 2001
People for Child's Health and Environmental Justice 2001
Poetry for the People c/o African American Studies 2001
Prairie Productions 2001
Project Underground 2001
San Diego Review 2001
San Francisco Bay Area Progressive Challenge 2001

Box 32 [Acc. 2015-032]
Cultural Links 2001
CQ Productions 2001
Sponsorship Policies of Agape Foundation
Freedom Archives 2001
Free Speech Radio Legal Fund 2001
Friends of IDEI 2001
From Here to There 2001
Grandmothers for Peace 2001
Heart and Hand Fund 2001
Inmate Correctional Education Project (ICEP) 2002
Information Services Latin America 2001
Development Executives Roundtable 2001
las hueseras atbp 2001
Leadership Support Group 2001
The Freedom Archives 2001 (1)
The Freedom Archives 2001 (2)
Freedom Archives 2002

Box 33 [Acc. 2015-032]
Livermore Conversion Project 2002
Religious Witness with Homeless People 2001
San Francisco Reclaim May Day 2001
Pacifica Reporters Against Censorship 2001
Silkworm Peace Institute 2001
Survivors Against Abuse by Military Personnel 2001
Theater Peace 2001
Tooth Fairy Trust 2001
Unity Foundation 2001
Wage 2001
Veteran's Speakers Alliance 2001
War and Law League 2001
Sponsorship Policies of Agape Foundation
Welcome to Space and Missile Country 2001
Rejected Fiscal Sponsorship 2001
Aspen Baker 2002
Zimmer Family Foundation 2002
Friends of Free Speech Radio 2002

Box 34 [Acc. 2015-032]
Afghans for Afghans 2002
Art and Revolution 2002
Bell Project 2002
BRIDGES 2002
Center for Social Healing 2002
CQ Productions 2002
Cultural Unity 2002
Agape 1974
Agape 1975
Agape 1976
Agape Board Meeting Minutes 1981
Agape Minutes 1979
Agape Proposals 1979

Box 35 [Acc. 2015-032]
Agape Minutes 1980
Agape Proposals 1980
Agape Minutes 1981
Agape Proposals 1981
Agape 1983
Agape 1984
Agape 1985
1985 Board Packets and Minutes
Minutes 1986
Board Minutes Jan.-June 1996
Board Minutes July-Dec.1996
Board Minutes Jan.-June 1997
Agape Board of Trustees Meeting July 17, 1997
Board Meeting/Retreat 1998
Board Minutes July-Dec. 1998

Box 36 [Acc. 2015-032]
Agape Board of Trustees Meeting March 19, 1998
Agape Board of Trustees Meeting May 19, 1999
Agape Board of Trustees Meetings 1999
Board Meeting/Retreat 1999
Board Minutes July-Dec. 2001
Board Minutes Jan.-June 2001
Board of Trustees Meeting Minues 2002
Board of Trustees Meeting Minutes 2002
Board of Trustees Minutes July-Dec. 2003
Board of Trustees Minutes July-Dec. 2005
Board of Trustees Minutes January-June 2005
Board Minutes 2006
Board Membership 1981

Box 37 [Acc. 2015-032]
Arms Control Research Center (ARC) 1993
Bay Area Nuclear Waste Coalition (BAN) 1993
Bay Laurel Institute 1993
California Children's Lobby 1993
Citizens for a Toxic Free Marin 1993
CDI 1993
Colombia Human Rights Information Committee (CHIBCHA) 1993
Save Our Libraries 1992/1993
Committee of 100 for TIbet 1993
Don't Waste California 1993
Earth Circus 1993
Dan Ellsberg 1993
Grandmothers for Peace 1993

Box 38 [Acc. 2015-032]
Bobby Neal Adams
Livermore Conversion Project 1993
Marin-Condega Sister Cities Project 1993
National Campaign to Demilitarize Our Schools 1993
Nuclear Democracy Network Project 1993
Rodeo Citizens Association 1993
Sacramento Peace Center 1993
San Diego Review 1993
SANE/Nuclear Freeze of San Mateo Co. 1993/1994
Sedwith Pictures 1993
Shadow Painter's Support Fund 1993
Theatre Peace-1993
Third World Resisters 1993
Unity Foundation 1993
Veteran Speaker's Alliance 1993
Women's Gynecology, Obstetrics and Midwifery (WOGOM) 1993
Wise Fool Puppet Interventio 1993
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom 1993
Young People for Peace and Justice 1993
FISCAL Sponsor 1993
Abalone Alliance 1996
Alliance for Survival 1996
Austin Peace Prize Consortium 1996
A Waking Dream 1996

Box 39 [Acc. 2015-032]
Berkeley Neighborhood Computers 1996
California Friends of the Center for Humanitarian Programmes 1996-1997
Center for Capital Assistance 1996
Columbia Human Rights Information Committee (CHIBCHA) 1996
Clowns Without Borders 1996
Coalition of Womens Organizations of Palau 1996
Friends of IDEI 1996
Community Survival Resources 1996
CQ Productions 1996
Dan Ellsberg 1996
Focus on Energy Decisions 1996
From Here to There India Project 1996
Gateway Center for Art and Social Change 1996
Development Executives Roundtable 2006
The Edge of Each Other's Battles Project 2006
Education to End Oppression 2006
El Pueblo 2006
Exhale 2006
FACTS 2006

Box 40 [Acc. 2015-032]
Family Council on Drug Awareness
Friends of Golden Gateway (FOGG) 2006
Grandmothers for Peace 2006
Grandmothers Against the War 2006
Grassroots Fundraising, Inc 2006
Green Spa Network 2006
Groundswell for Peace 2006
Heart and Hand Fund 2006
helphinkley.org 2006
Information Services Latin America 2006
Insight Garden Program 2006
Justice in Palestine Cultural Project 2006
las hueseras atbp 2006
Leadership Support Project 2006
Livermore Conversion Project 2006
MiracleGirl Productions 2006
Military Out of Our Schools (MOOS) Bay Area 2006
National Legal Sanctuary for Community Advancement 2006
New Leaders Council 2006
Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance 2006
Northern California War Tax Resistance 2006
Not In Our Name-Los Angeles 2006
Outer Voices 2006

Box 41 [Acc. 2015-032]
Not In Our Name-San Francisco 2006
Not Just a Number (NJN) 2006
Ota Benga International Alliance for Peace in Congo 2006
Pacifica Reporters Against Censorship 2006
People's Grocery 2006 [2 folders]
People for Children's Health and Environmental Justice 2006
Proj-ect Pro;ject 2006
Spiritual Rain 2006
Religiou Witness with Homeless People 2006
Retro Poll 2006
Rini Templeton Memorial Fund 2006
San Francisco Bay Area Progressive Challenge 2006
San Francisco Living Wage Coalition 2006
SeaLight Media 2006
Speaking Up 2006
STARC Alliance 2006
Third World Majority 2006
TrueStar 2006
San Francisco Living Wage Coalition 2005

Box 42 [Acc. 2015-032]
Speaking Up 2005
Silkworm Peace Institute 2005
STARC Alliance 2005
Third World Majority 2005
2005 Agape Quarterly Project Expense Form [5 folders]

Box 43 [Acc. 2015-032]
Agape Annual Report 1982
Agape Annual Report 1981
Agape Annual Report 1980
Direct Mail Spring 1984
Agape Annual Report 1985
Agape Fundraising Letter 1987
Unity Foundation 2005
War and Law League 2005
Women for a Better World 2005
World Bridges 2005
Board November 1985 Update
Fund Appeal 1980
Winter 1980 Fund Appeal
Fund Appeal Annual Report Aug. 1981
Fund Appeal Spring 1981
Fund Appeal Fall 1981
Fund Appeal Winter 1981
Grants List (1975-1976), Wharton School Seminar 1977-1978, Agape Fundraising Brochure
Fund Appeal Spring 1982
Fund Appeal: Annual Report June 1982
Fund Appeal Winter 1982
1983 Spring Letter to Board and Supporters
Summer 1983 Letter to Supporters
1983 Military Divestment
1984 Mail Appeals
1985 Mail Appeals
1986 Mail Appeals
Fundraising Letters Miscellaneous (Agape)
1984 Annual Report
1983 Annual Report
Fundraising Letters 1989
Agape 20th Anniversary 1989
990 Form (Exemption from Income Tax) 1989
Ten Year Party February 1981 (Postponed Until April)
Fundraising Dinner October 1981
Danceathon
Benefit Dinner 1982
Holly Near and Patricia Ellsberg Benefit Dinner 1984

Box 44 [Acc. 2015-032]
Fiscal Sponsorship Renewal 1989
Walkathon 1983
Grandmothers for Peace 2003
Grassroots Fundraising 2003
Greenwood Earth Alliance 2003
Jewish Youth for Community Action 2003
Information Services Latin America (ISLA) 2003
Leadership Support Group 2003
las hueseras atbp 2003
Livermore Conversion Project 2003
Marin-Condega Sister Cities Project 2003
Marin County H.O.P.E., Inc 2003
Mercury Exposure 2003
Heart & Hand Fund 2003
Ota Benga International Alliance for Peace in Congo 2003
Outer Voices 2003
Pacifica Reporters Against Censorship 2003

Box 45 [Acc. 2015-032]
The People's Grocery 2003 [4 folders]
Pico Rivera Residents for Environmental Justice 2003
Project Underground 2003
Redwood Activists SLAPP Defense Project 2003
Religious Witness with Homeless People 2003
Retro Poll 2003
Rini Templeton Memorial Fund 2003
Silkworm Peace Institute 2003
San Francisco Bay Area Progressive Challenge 2003
San Francisco People's Assembly 2003
San Francisco Living Wage Coalition 2003
SolCity 2003
Speaking Up 2003
STAMP 2003
Theatre Peace 2003

Box 46 [Acc. 2015-032]
Third World Majority 2003
Toxic Links Coalition 2003
War and Law League 2003
Whispered Media 2003
United for Justice 2003
About-Face 2004
Adopt-an-Activist 2004
A Waking Dream 2004
Afghans for Afghans 2004
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee San Francisco Bay Area 2004
Art and Revolution 2004
Bell Project 2004
BRIDGES 2004
California Communities Against Toxics 2004
California People of Faith/North 2004
California People of Faith/South 2004
Citizens League for Environmental Action Now (CLEAN)
Clowns Without Borders 2004
Columbia Human Rights Information Committee (CHIBCHA) 2004
Concerned Residents Initiative 2004
CQ Productions 2004
Creative Commotion 2004
Cultural Links 2004
Cultural Unity 2004

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Not in Our Name-Bay Area 2005
Pushing Limits 2005
Santa Cruz Friends of the Rail Trails 2005
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival 2005
Ebbetts Pass Forest Watch 2005
Guerrero Azteca Peace Project 2005
International Human Rights Initiative 2005
Monterey Peace and Justice Center 2005
The Mosaic Project Rising Peacemaker Prize 2005
25th San Francisco Jewish Film Festival July 21-Aug. 8 2005
National Council of Arab-Americans 2005
Society for Art Publications of the Americas 2005
Rejection Letters 2005
American Civil Liberties Union 2006
American Friends Service Committee 2006
Asian Prisoner Support Committee 2006
Berkeley Foundation for Opportunities in Information Technology 2006
California Common Cause 2006
Common Cause 2006
Center for Constitutional Rights 2006
Center for Investigative Reporting 2006
Center for Young Women's Development 2006

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Corporate Accountabiilty International 2006
Disarm Education Fund 2006
Earthjustice Legal Defense Fund 2006
The Edge of Each Others Battles 2006
Filipino/American Coalition for Environmental Solutions (FACES) 2006
Finca International 2006
Forest Service Employees for Environmental Ethics 2006
Friends Committee for Legislation of California Education Fund 2006
Friends Committee for National Legislation Education Fund 2006
Greenpeace Fund 2006
Habitat for Humanity 2006
Insight Garden Program at San Quentin 2006
JAPA/WILF International 2006
KQED TV/FM 2006
Men's Community Action Project 2006
Mid-Peninsula for Fair Housing 2006
Military Out of Our Schools 2006
Monterey Peace and Justice Center 2006
Mother Jones Investigative Fund 2006
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival 26 2006
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival 26 2006 (2)
Elizabeth Stinson Peace Prize Winner 2006
Silicon Valley Toxics Coalition 2006
Union of Concerned Scientists 2006
David R. Stern Memorial Fund 2007

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United Genders of the Universe 2006
Rejection Letters 2006
Sunbula 2006
Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility Legal Defense Fund 2006
radio/Active San Diego 2006
San Francisco Freedom School 2006
Native American Rights Fund 2006
Next Generation 2006
North Coast Action 2006
OXFAM America 2006
Our Developing World 2006
Peninsula Peace and Justice Center 2006
Ploughshares Fund 2006
Project Vote Smart 2006
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival 26 2006 (3)
Activist San Diego 2003
AWAIR 2003
Alliance for a People's Pacifica 2003
Amnesty International 2003
Baring Witness 2003
Cultural Unity 2003
Dancers Without Borders 2003
Ebbetts Pass Forest Watch 2003
Environmentalists Against War 2003
Environmentalists Against War 2003 (2)
Freedom Archives 2003
Fund for Reconciliation 2003

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Jed Riffe Films, LLC 2003
Marin County HOPE Inc. 2003
Marin County HOPE Inc. 2003 (2)
National Radio Project 2003
North Bay Progressive 2003
Orange County Dyke March 2003
Pacifica Reporters Against Censorship 2003
Peace House 2003
Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County 2003
San Francisco Living Wage Coalition 2003
United Nations Association Film Festival 2003
Whispered Media 2003
United for Justice 2003
Rejection Letters 2003

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Not in Our Name 2004
Activist San Diego 2004
Alliance of South Asians Taking Action (ASATA) 2004
Blue Triangle Network 2004
Center for Cuban Studies 2004
Jaguar House Films/Discovering Dominga 2004
Peninsula Open Space Trust 2004
San Diego Military Counseling Project (SDMCP) 2004
San Francisco AIDS Foundation 2004
San Francisco Jewish Film Festival 2004
San Francisco Campaign to End the Death Penalty 2004
United Genders of the Universe 2004
War Resisters' League/A.J.Muste 2004
Witness for Peace 2004
Rejection Letters 2004
Activist San Diego 2005
Adopt an Activist 2005
Capacitar International Long Haul Prize 2005
Exhale 2005
Eyebite Productions 2005

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Alliance for Survival-Southern California Fiscal Sponsorship, January 1984
People Generating Energy Fiscal Sponsorship, May 1984
Community Energy Action Network, February 1984
Appeal to Reason Fiscal Sponsorship, April 1984
People Generating Energy, February 1984
Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, March 1984
Disarmament Resource Center, March 1984
War Registers League-West, July 1984
Nuclear Free Zone Registry Fiscal Sponsorship, September 1984
Southern California Alliance for Survival, September 1984
Stock Gifts: 1978
Arms Control Research Center (ARC), 1980s
Alliance for Survival 1980s [2 folders]

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San Mateo County Freeze/Peace Action Fiscal Sponsorship 1984-1985
Peace Education Project Fiscal Sponsorship 1984-1985
San Joaquin Peace/Life Coalition Fiscal Sponsorship 1984-1985
Sacramento Peace Center Fiscal Sponsorship 1984-1985
Various Fiscal Sponsorships 1985
Fiscal Sponsorship Financials 1988-1989
Alliance for Survival 1980s [3 folders]

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Alliance for Survival 1980s [3 folders]
Bay Area Central America Peace Campaign (BACPAC) 1980s
Baseball Diplomacy 1980s
Baseball Diplomacy 1987
Bohemian Grove Action Network 1980s
Disarmament Resource Center 1980s
Domestic Workers Homecare Center 1980s
First Strike 1930s
Grandmothers for Peace 1980s
National Legal Sanctuary for Community Advancement (NLSCA) 2008

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New Leaders Council 2008
Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance
Not In Our Name-Bay Area 2008
Ota Benga Alliance 2008
Out 4 Immigration 2008
Outer Voices 2008
Parents 4 a Healthy Community 2008
People for Children's Health and Environmental Justice 2003
The Phoenix Project 2008
Raise Hell for Molly Ivins 2008
Rejected Fiscal Sponsorhip Proposals 2008
Religious Witness with Homeless People 2008
Rini Templeton Memorial Fund 2008
Salinas Action League 2008
San Francisco Living Wage Coalition 2008
Save the Oaks Campaign 2008
Speaking Up 2008
Survivors Take Action Against Abuse by Military Personnell (STAAMP) 2008
TerraMarin Magazine 2008
Afghans for Afghans 2009
Alliance for a Better District 6 2009
Third World Majority 2008
Unity Foundation 2008
War and Law League 2008

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WeAreChangeLA 2008
Women for Genuine Security 2008
Women for a Better World 2008
About-Face 2009
Architects & Engineers for 9/11 Truth 2009
ASK Academy 2009
BAY-Peace 2009
Bell Project 2009
Break the Silence Arts 2009
Casa Cuba Resource Center 2009
Committee for the Defense of Human Rights 2009
Cesar E. Chavez Holiday Parade & Festival 2009
Foundation for Women's Leadership 2009
Development Executives Roundtable 2009
Edge of Each Other's Battles 2009
Friends of Golden Gateway (FOGG) 2009
Grandmothers Against the War 2009
Grandmothers for Peace International 2009
Groundswell for Peace 2009
Helping American Veterans Endure (HAVE) 2009
Heart & Hand Fund 2009
helphinckley.org 2009
Ignite 2009
Insight Garden Program at San Quentin 2009
Inspiring Multicultural Understanding (IMU) 2009
ISLA 2009
Kern County Community ORV Watch 2009
Left Turn 2009

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Livermore Conversion Project 2009
Military Out of Our Schools-Bay Area (MOOS-Bay) 2009
MotherSpeak 2009
NaturalEarth 2009
NLSCA 2009
New Leaders Council 2009
Not Another DIME! 2009
Northern California 9/11 Truth Alliance 2009
Ota Benga Alliance 2009
Out4Immigration 2009
Parents 4 a Healthy Community 2009
People for Children's Health and Environmental Justice 2009
The Phoenix Project 2009
Raise Hell for Molly Ivins Campaign 2009
Religious Witness with Homeless People 2009
Roots of Equality 2009
Safe Kids Now! 2009
Salinas Action League 2009
Sankofa Youth Organizing & Rites of Passage Program 2009
San Francisco Living Wage Coalition 2009
Social Seed 2009
1981 Income Sheets
1982 Income Sheets
1983 Income Sheets
1984 Income Sheets [2 folders]
1985 Income Sheets

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1986 Income Sheets
Granting Session Fall 1999
Agape Board of Trustees Grants 2000
Spring Granting Session 2002
Fall 2002 Granting Session 2002
Barbara & Vic Ulmer 2000
Western States Legal Foundation
Alice Hamburg 2000
Donor Advised Grant 2000
Hoover, Sally, and Lamar 2000
Wally and Joan MacDonald 2000
New Union Work Systems 2000
Hoover, Sally & Lamar 1999
Hamburg, Alice 1999
Wally & Joan MacDonald 1999
Singer, Rosalind 1999
Donor Advised Guidelines 1999
Holiday Lapsed 1998
Ulmer, Vic & Barbara 1999
Agape Foundation 1997
Ubell/Hawthorne 2000
Donor-Directed Account 1988-1989
Miscellaneous (Employment Records, Grant Records) 1988

Box 59 [Acc. 2015-032]
Fund Account Ledgers 1988
Financial Reports 1988
Budget 1988
Annual Report (Summary of Grants and Loans) 1987 - 1988
990 (Organization Exempt from Income Tax) 1988
Fundraising 1988
Fundraising Letters 1988
Ledgers 1989
Board Minutes 1989 [3 folders]
Payroll Taxes 1989



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