TARA HEALTH FOUNDATION



FOUNDATION PROFILE


The foundation was granted charitable status in November, 2014 and is located in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Tara Health Foundation seeks to improve the health and well-being of women and girls through the creative use of philanthropic capital.

In their most recent reporting year ending Dec. 2017, the foundation reported assets of $83,206,441 (ledger value) and income of $25,091,004.

The foundation does not respond to unsolicited applications for funding.

Further details for this foundation are as follows:

  • Employer Identification Number (EIN) 465645300.
  • Ranked 1934 in the FoundationSearch Top 10,000 US Foundations by Assets.
  • Ranked 44 in the FoundationSearch Top Foundations by Assets for the state of Minnesota.


CONTACT INFORMATION


The foundation can be contacted at the following address:

TARA HEALTH FOUNDATION
1818 OLIVER AVENUE SOUTH
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55405

Tel:  (415) 547-9025
Website: https://tarahealthfoundation.org



FOUNDATION ACTIVITIES


Its NTEE Code is T20, and its NTEE description is Private Grantmaking Foundations.


FUNDING INTERESTS


The foundation provides funding in the following areas:
  • Health

  • Wellbeing

  • Women

  • Girls



APPLICATION GUIDELINES


To view the foundationís support limitations, click here.

Application submission deadlines are: ara Health Foundation accepts funding requests by invitation only.



DIRECTORS AND OFFICERS


EMIKO HIGASHI, TREASURER 
RIVKA GORDON, SECRETARY 
RUTH SHABER, PRESIDENT 

For a detailed review of the foundation's funding history as well as a list of the foundation's directors, officers and trustees, click here or on the link below.



GRANTING ANALYSIS


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GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION OF GRANTS


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FUNDING HISTORY


RecipientCityStateGrant SizeYearGrant Description
CENTER FOR YOUTH WELLNESS SAN FRANCISCO CA$1,574,1622016 Development of the Bay Area Research Consortium on Toxic Stress and Health
CENTER FOR YOUTH WELLNESS SAN FRANCISCO CA$880,9202015 Bay Area Research Consortium on Toxic Stress and Health
JACARANDA HEALTH SAN FRANCISCO CA$500,0002016 Maternity Care in East Africa
PLANNED PARENTHOOD FEDERATION OF AMERICA NEW YORK NY$500,0002016 Center for Outcomes Research and Education
WHOLE WOMAN'S HEALTH ALLIANCE AUSTIN TX$377,2002016 In support of reopening Austin, TX Clinic
CHICAGO MEDIA PROJECT CHICAGO IL$325,0002016 Post-production, distribution and Social Media for Birthright
UPENN CENTER FOR HIGH IMPACT PHILANTHROPY PHILADELPHIA PA$250,0002016 In support of Phase II of Aligning Investment Capital with Social Impact
UPENN WHARTON SOCIAL IMPACT INITIATIVE PHILADELPHIA PA$250,0002016 In support of Wharton Social Impact Initiative - Women effect
ACLU NEW YORK NY$250,0002016 In support of Access to Evidence-based Reproductive Health Services and Gender equity
CENTER FOR REPRODUCTIVE RIGHT NEW YORK NY$250,0002016 Protect access to full reproductive health services at the State and National Level
UPENN CENTER FOR HIGH IMPACT PHILANTHROPY PHILADELPHIA PA$232,0002016 In support of the Research Report Entitled, 'Aligning Investment Capital with Social impact'
NATIONAL ACADEMIES OF SCIENCES, ENGINEERING, AND MEDICINE WASHINGTON DC$225,0002016 In support of the report entitled, ŰReproductive Health Services: Assuring Safe and Quality
PLANNED PARENTHOOD FEDERATION OF AMERICA NEW YORK NY$210,0002016 Corporate Scaling Project
PLANNED PARENTHOOD NEW YORK NY$142,5002015 Reproductive Health Care
PLANNED PARENTHOOD NEW YORK NY$142,5002015 Reproductive Health Care
PLANNED PARENTHOOD NEW YORK NY$142,5002014 Reproductive health care
PLANNED PARENTHOOD FEDERATION OF AMERICA NEW YORK NY$142,5002016 Reproductive Health Care
PHYSICIANS FOR REPRODUCTIVE CHOICE AND HEALTH NEW YORK NY$100,0002016 Advocate for Reproductive Health Care Policies
ROSHNI ACADEMY SARATOGA CA$100,0002016 General operating support
CENTER FOR YOUTH WELLNESS SAN FRANCISCO CA$100,0002015 Development of the Bay Area Research Consortium on Toxic Stress and Health
IBIS REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH CAMBRIDGE MA$50,0002016 In support of the Later Abortion Initiative
PHYSICIANS FOR REPRODUCTIVE CHOICE AND HEALTH NEW YORK NY$50,0002014 Advocate for reproductive health care policies
IPAS CHAPEL HILL NC$50,0002016 General operating
HARVARD MEDICAL FACULTY AT BETH ISRAEL DEACONESS MEDICAL CENTER BOSTON MA$50,0002016 In support of the planning of new evidence-based textbook on abortion care
WOMEN'S FOUNDATION OF CA OAKLAND CA$30,0002016 General operating support
TONIIC SAN FRANCISCO CA$30,0002016 In support of Toniic 100% Impact Investment Portfolio
BREAST CANCER FUND SAN FRANCISCO CA$30,0002016 General operating environment/public health
PHYSICIANS FOR REPRODUCTIVE CHOICE AND HEALTH NEW YORK NY$30,0002016 Global Doctors for Choice
PEER HEALTH EXCHANGE SAN FRANCISCO CA$30,0002016 General operating
PEIRCE COLLEGE PHILADELPHIA PA$30,0002016 General operating
JACARANDA HEALTH SAN FRANCISCO CA$30,0002014 Maternity care in East Africa
JACARANDA HEALTH SAN FRANCISCO CA$30,0002015 Maternity Care in East Africa
PROVIDE INC. CAMBRIDGE MA$30,0002016 General operating support
EVERYTOWN FOR GUN SAFETY NEW YORK NY$25,0002016 General operating
SUSTAINABLE CONSERVATION SAN FRANCISCO CA$12,5002014 Environmental conservation
SUSTAINABLE CONSERVATION SAN FRANCISCO CA$12,5002015 Environmental Conservation/Final payment on grant made in 2014
PHYSICIANS FOR REPRODUCTIVE CHOICE AND HEALTH NEW YORK NY$6,0002015 Advocate for Reproductive Health Care Policies
WHOLE WOMAN'S HEALTH ALLIANCE AUSTIN TX$6,0002016 Strategic Planning
PROJECT HEAL FT. COLLINS CO$5,0002016 General operating
TONIIC SAN FRANCISCO CA$5,0002016 In support of Toniic 100% Impact Investment Portfolio
PHYSICIANS FOR REPRODUCTIVE CHOICE AND HEALTH NEW YORK NY$5,0002015 Global Doctors for Choice
BREAST CANCER FUND SAN FRANCISCO CA$5,0002014 Public education and advocacy to reduce breast cancer risk
INNOVATIONS FOR POVERTY ACTION NEW HAVEN CT$5,0002015 Innovative Solutions to Worldwide Poverty
INNOVATIONS FOR POVERTY ACTION NEW HAVEN CT$5,0002014 Innovative solutions to worldwide poverty
INNOVATIONS FOR POVERTY ACTION NEW HAVEN CT$5,0002016 General operating support
PROJECT HEAL DOUGLASTON NY$5,0002015 Quality improvement work
MOTHERS2MOTHERS LOS ANGELES CA$5,0002016 General operating support
MOTHERS2MOTHERS LOS ANGELES CA$5,0002015 General operating support
NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO PREVENT TEEN AND UNPLANNED PREGNANCY WASHINGTON DC$5,0002016 General operating
WOMEN DONORS NETWORK SAN FRANCISCO CA$4,0002016 Annual contribution






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Profile information updated: January, 2019
Form 990PF updated: October, 2017