The Foundation’s support for canine welfare includes both research and traditional grant programs to promote the welfare of dogs and strengthen the human/dog bond.
The Foundation is pragmatic in its orientation and strives to approach the question of, “What is good for the dog?” without preconceptions.Learn More
International and Nuclear Security
Within the general area of international security, the Foundation has a very strong emphasis on nuclear security issues.
The Foundation defines nuclear security as including nuclear terrorism, nuclear proliferation, nuclear weapons, nuclear force posture, and, as it relates to nuclear security, nuclear energy. Its grant application programs in this area are limited.Learn More
The Foundation’s interests include classic and twenty-first century First Amendment issues and the larger challenge of the creation of a better informed citizenry.
The Foundation focuses on cultivating a more informed citizenry through supporting innovation in civics and US history education, and creative ways of delivering information to the public. It currently has one open-application grant program in this area.Learn More