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2009-10 Philanthropic Annual Report

System Highlights

  • Doctoral candidates in education leadership are evaluating the educational benefits of after-school programs through a $185,000 grant by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation. The research will advance and strengthen learning experiences for children who have a range of needs, including English learners and special needs students. The foundation also funded a companion child development project to study early childhood teacher certification in other states and identify potential lessons for teacher credentialing in California.
  • Over 400 faculty and 3,000 students in the science, technology, engineering and math fields will benefit from a $1.5 million Learn and Serve America grant. The STEM2 Initiative integrates meaningful community services with enriched learning experiences, which teach civic responsibility and strengthen communities. Demonstration projects at Chico, Fresno, Monterey Bay, San Marcos and Sonoma aim to develop replicable models and enhance the pipeline of students entering careers in these high-demand fields.
  • Helping to make information technology accessible to everyone, the California Emerging Technology Fund invested $118,750 into the CSU Accessible Technology Center. The Center develops protocols and tests information technology products for disabilityrelated usability. Evaluation results help vendors improve their products and assist other state agencies in making their purchasing decisions.
Gift Commitments 2009/10
New Gifts $174,302,747
New Pledges $34,558,024
Testamentary Commitments $55,555,435
Native American and Local Government Contributions $784,277
Total $265,200,484

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Charitable Gift Receipts
New Gifts $174,302,747
Pledge Payments $53,333,661
2009/10 Total $227,636,408

Charitable Gifts:
A 3-Year History
Charitable Gifts: A 3-Year History
2007/08 $263,048,299
2008/09 $260,295,608
2009/10 $227,636,408

Charitable Gifts by
Gift Disbursement
Charitable Gifts by Gift Disbursement
Programs square for pie chartPrograms 61.80%
Campus Improvements square for pie chartImprovements 8.53%
Endowment square for pie chartEndowment 21.80%
Unrestricted square for pie chartUnrestricted 2.58%
light gray square for pie chartOther 5.29%

Charitable Gifts by
Source of Gift
Charitable Gifts by Source of Gift
Alumni square for pie chartAlumni 18.95%
Parents square for pie chartParents 1.51%
Other Individuals square for pie chartOther Individuals 25.73%
Foundations square for pie chartFoundations 24.47%
Corporations square for pie chartCorporations 22.61%
Other Organizations square for pie chartOther Organizations 6.73%