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Basic donee information

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Facebook page HelenKellerInternational
Websitehttp://www.hki.org
Twitter usernameHelenKellerIntl
Wikipedia pagehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helen_Keller_International
Instagram usernamehelenkellerintl

Donee donation statistics

Cause areaCountMedianMeanMinimum10th percentile 20th percentile 30th percentile 40th percentile 50th percentile 60th percentile 70th percentile 80th percentile 90th percentile Maximum
Overall 27 300,000 1,204,803 5,000 15,000 25,000 27,500 50,000 300,000 439,031 505,639 2,280,702 4,766,571 7,200,000
Global health 4 2,600,000 4,076,250 5,000 5,000 5,000 2,600,000 2,600,000 2,600,000 6,500,000 6,500,000 7,200,000 7,200,000 7,200,000
10 25,000 25,750 15,000 15,000 15,000 20,000 25,000 25,000 25,000 27,500 27,500 27,500 50,000
Women's equality organisations and institutions 2 120,440 279,736 120,440 120,440 120,440 120,440 120,440 120,440 439,031 439,031 439,031 439,031 439,031
Nutrition 7 505,639 1,660,668 244,529 244,529 325,085 439,031 439,031 505,639 583,980 583,980 4,759,842 4,766,571 4,766,571
Other 1 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000 300,000
Agriculture 2 452,335 1,366,519 452,335 452,335 452,335 452,335 452,335 452,335 2,280,702 2,280,702 2,280,702 2,280,702 2,280,702
Health 1 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000 750,000

Donation amounts by donor and year for donee Helen Keller International

Donor Total 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2012 2008 2006 2005 2004 2003 2002 2001 2000 1999 1998
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (filter this donee) 14,922,186.01 0.00 0.00 505,639.00 948,949.01 6,095,240.00 7,372,358.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Good Ventures/GiveWell top and standout charities (filter this donee) 13,700,000.00 0.00 13,700,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
GiveWell discretionary regranting (filter this donee) 2,600,000.00 2,600,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Michael and Susan Dell Foundation (filter this donee) 1,050,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 750,000.00 300,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
F.M. Kirby Foundation (filter this donee) 257,500.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 27,500.00 27,500.00 27,500.00 25,000.00 25,000.00 25,000.00 50,000.00 20,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00
Total 32,529,686.01 2,600,000.00 13,700,000.00 505,639.00 948,949.01 6,095,240.00 7,372,358.00 27,500.00 777,500.00 327,500.00 25,000.00 25,000.00 25,000.00 50,000.00 20,000.00 15,000.00 15,000.00

Full list of documents in reverse chronological order (8 documents)

Title (URL linked)Publication dateAuthorPublisherAffected donorsAffected doneesDocument scopeCause areaNotes
Recommendation to Open Philanthropy for Grants to Top Charities2019-11-26GiveWellOpen Philanthropy Good Ventures/GiveWell top and standout charities Malaria Consortium Helen Keller International Sightsavers Against Malaria Foundation END Fund GiveDirectly Development Media International Dispenses for Safe Water Food Fortification Initiative Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition Georgetown University Initiative on Innovation, Development, and Evaluation Iodine Global Network Living Goods Project Healthy Children Periodic donation list documentationGlobal health and developmentThe document details GiveWell's recommendation in 2019 for grants by Good Ventures (via the Open Philanthropy Project) to GiveWell top and standout charities. The overall amount of money recommended for allocation is $54.6 million, and the document explains that Open Phil's calculation that it may make sense to spend down more slowly was the reason for reducing the allocation from last year. It discusses the principles used for allocation: (1) Put significant weight on cost-effectiveness estimates, (2) Consider additional information not explicitly modeled about the organization, (3) Consider additional information not explicitly modeled about the funding gap, (4) Assess funding gaps at the margin, (5) Default to not imposing restrictions on charity spending, (6) Default to funding on a 3-year horizon, and (7) Ensure charities are incentivized to engage with the process. The three charities that get significant grants are Malaria Consortium for its SMC program ($33.9 million), Helen Keller International ($9.7 million), and Sightsavers ($2.7 million). Against Malaria Foundation, END Fund, and GiveDirectly receive the minimum "incentive grant" amount of $2.5 million that all top charities should receive. The top charity Deworm the World Initiative is not given an incentive grant because it received a previous grant through GiveWell discretionary grant that more than covers the incentive grant amount. 8 standout charities get $100,000 each
Announcing our 2019 top charities2019-11-26Catherine Hollander GiveWellGiveWell discretionary regranting Good Ventures/GiveWell top and standout charities Malaria Consortium Against Malaria Foundation Helen Keller International Deworm the World Initiative Sightsavers END Fund GiveDirectly Schistosomiasis Control Initiative Evaluator consolidated recommendation listGlobal health and developmentGiveWell annual top charrities list. As in previous years, GiveWell recomemnds that donors donate to GiveWell to regrant to top charities at its discretion, but also provides its current ranked list of top charities to help donors make an informed decision. Its ranked list (from best to worst) is: Malaria Consortium (seasonal malaria chemoprevention (SMC) program), Against Malaria Foundation, Helen Keller International (vitamin A suppplementation), charities that treat parasitic worm infections (Evidence Action's Deworm the World Initiative, Sightsavers, END Fund), and GiveDirectly. From the perspective of cause areas, the rank is: malaria > vitamin A supplementation > deworming > cash transfers. This is consistent with, and highly influenced by, the cost-effectiveness estimates that GiveWell uses. The post highlights Malaria Consortium as the charity to select for donors who want to give directly to a charity. The post links to a number of more in-depth write-ups explaining the charity ranking, as well as to https://www.givewell.org/charities/top-charities/2019/open-philanthropy-recommendation which describes the recommendation to Open Philanthropy Project (and indirectly, to Good Ventures) on how to allocate funding to the top charities in 2019
GiveWell Top Charities Explained: Helen Keller International2019-01-07Ozy Brennan Helen Keller International Evaluator review of doneeGlobal health/nutrition/Vitamin A supplementationLinkposted in the Effective Altruism Forum at https://forum.effectivealtruism.org/posts/eWhWTyasEeMPMtrid/givewell-top-charities-explained-helen-keller-international (GW, IR) The blog post gives an overview of GiveWell top charity Helen Kellr International, mostly drawing upon research collated by GiveWell around the general benefits of Vitamin A supplementation. In particular, the results of the Cochrane Collaboration and DEVTA, and the discrepancy between them, is discussed. It concludes with reasons to donate to Helen Keller International: "(a) You want to save the lives of children under 6. (b) You want to donate to something that definitely won’t cause significant harm, even if it might not have an effect. (c) You’re optimistic about GiveWell’s further investigations finding that Helen Keller International is as effective as we thought, not less effective. (d) You think Helen Keller International’s technical assistance is more likely to be effective than GiveWell thinks it is. (e) You’re not too concerned about low rates of vitamin A deficiency or about the uncertainties associated with child mortality rates.
EA Giving Tuesday Donation Matching Initiative 2018 Retrospective (GW, IR)2019-01-06Avi Norowitz Effective Altruism ForumAvi Norowitz William Kiely Against Malaria Foundation Malaria Consortium GiveWell Effective Altruism Funds Alliance to Feed the Earth in Disasters Effective Animal Advocacy Fund The Humane League The Good Food Institute Animal Charity Evaluators Machine Intelligence Research Institute Faunalytics Wild-Aniaml Suffering Research GiveDirectly Center for Applied Rationality Effective Altruism Foundation Cool Earth Schistosomiasis Control Initiative New Harvest Evidence Action Centre for Effective Altruism Animal Equality Compassion in World Farming USA Innovations for Poverty Action Global Catastrophic Risk Institute Future of Life Institute Animal Charity Evaluators Recommended Charity Fund Sightsavers The Life You Can Save One Step for Animals Helen Keller International 80,000 Hours Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative Vegan Outreach Encompass Iodine Global Network Otwarte Klatki Charity Science Mercy For Animals Coalition for Rainforest Nations Fistula Foundation Sentience Institute Better Eating International Forethought Foundation for Global Priorities Research Raising for Effective Giving Clean Air Task Force The END Fund Miscellaneous commentaryThe blog post describes an effort by a number of donors coordinated at https://2018.eagivingtuesday.org/donations to donate through Facebook right after the start of donation matching on Giving Tuesday. Based on timestamps of donations and matches, donations were matched till 14 seconds after the start of matching. Despite the very short time window of matching, the post estimates that $469,000 (65%) of the donations made were matched
Our updated top charities for giving season 20182018-11-26Catherine Hollander GiveWellGiveWell discretionary regranting Good Ventures/GiveWell top and standout charities GiveWell top charities Malaria Consortium Helen Keller International Against Malaria Foundation Deworm the World Initiative Schistosomiasis Control Initiative Sightsavers END Fund GiveDirectly Evaluator consolidated recommendation listGlobal health and developmentGiveWell annual top charities list. GiveWell recommends that donors donate to GiveWell to regrant to top charities at its discretion, but also provides details on the individual top charities so that people can make an informed decision. In addition, the amounts determined for GiveWell discretionary regranting and for donation by Good Ventures are also included, though details of the amount recommended to Good Ventures are in a separate blog post https://blog.givewell.org/2018/11/26/our-recommendation-to-good-ventures/
Our recommendation to Good Ventures2018-11-26Andrew Martin Catherine Hollander Elie Hassenfeld James Snowden Josh Rosenberg GiveWellGood Ventures/GiveWell top and standout charities Malaria Consortium Helen Keller International Against Malaria Foundation Deworm the World Initiative Schistosomiasis Control Initiative Sightsavers END Fund GiveDirectly Periodic donation list documentationGlobal health and developmentThe document explains, along with a detailed rationale, the amounts that GiveWell is recommending to Good Ventures to grant to each of its top charities for the 2018 end-of-year giving season. The corresponding acknowledgement post from the Open Philanthropy Project was published on 2018-12-12 at https://www.openphilanthropy.org/blog/2018-allocation-givewell-top-charities
Two New Charity Partners For 20182018-01-03Rossa O'Keeffe-O'Donovan One for the World D-Rev Helen Keller International Evaluator consolidated recommendation listGlobal health and developmentOne for the World announces two new charities in the portfolio: D-Rev and Helen Keller International (the latter for its Vitamin A supplementation program). This is due to an addition of these two charities to the portfolio of The Life You Can Save. One for the World relies on the research of GiveWell and ImpactMatters to determine which charities become top picks
Our top charities for giving season 20172017-11-27Natalie Crispin GiveWellGiveWell discretionary regranting Good Ventures/GiveWell top and standout charities GiveWell top charities Against Malaria Foundation Schistosomiasis Control Initiative Malaria Consortium Deworm the World Initiative Helen Keller International Sightsavers END Fund No Lean Season GiveDirectly Development Media International Dispensers for Safe Water Food Fortification Initiative Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition Iodine Global Network Living Goods Project Healthy Children Evaluator consolidated recommendation listGlobal health and developmentGiveWell annual top charity refresh, also announced amounts recommended for Good Ventures to donate to top charities. Added two new top charities

Full list of donations in reverse chronological order (27 donations)

Graph of top 10 donors by amount, showing the timeframe of donations

Graph of donations and their timeframes
DonorAmount (current USD)Amount rank (out of 27)Donation dateCause areaURLInfluencerNotes
GiveWell discretionary regranting2,600,000.0052019-12Global health/nutrition/vitamin A supplementationhttps://www.givewell.org/about/FAQ/discretionary-grantmakingGiveWell Donation process: GiveWell looked at the funding gap and value of marginal funds for each of its top charities. The decision to allocate these funds happened shortly after the annual top charity refresh and the updated recommendations https://www.givewell.org/charities/top-charities/2019/open-philanthropy-recommendation#Our_recommended_allocation_to_Open_Philanthropy to Good Ventures (via Open Philanthropy Project) on how much annual support to give to each top charity. It therefore took into account the amounts already recommended to Open Philanthropy, and calculated the best use of funds at the margin after that. The main competing charity for this grant was Sightsavers (deworming)

Intended use of funds (category): Direct project expenses

Intended use of funds: Grant to support the vitamin A supplementation (VAS) program, which has GiveWell top charity status

Donor reason for selecting the donee: According to https://blog.givewell.org/2019/12/19/allocation-of-discretionary-funds-from-q3-2019/#OurProcess "The first of these principles is to put significant weight on our cost-effectiveness estimates, which aim to capture total improvement in well-being per dollar spent. These estimates suggested that HKI’s VAS program had a very high priority funding gap (28x cash overall in the seven countries listed above)." The reason to select this instead of Sightsavers' deworming program: "we were considering changes to our deworming cost-effectiveness model and were uncertain whether we would estimate Sightsavers’ cost-effectiveness as higher or lower than HKI’s."

Donor reason for donating that amount (rather than a bigger or smaller amount): The amount is the amount donated by donors to GiveWell for discretionary regranting to top charities in Q3 2019; GiveWell allocates the money separately for each quarter
Percentage of total donor spend in the corresponding batch of donations: 100.00%

Donor reason for donating at this time (rather than earlier or later): This discretionary regrant is done every quarter, for the completed quarter. This particular grant is for Q3 2019 (July to September) and would therefore be expected to be in Q4 2019, which it is

Donor thoughts on making further donations to the donee: https://blog.givewell.org/2019/12/19/allocation-of-discretionary-funds-from-q3-2019/#BottomLine says: "We believe that Malaria Consortium’s program has the highest impact per additional dollar donated today. After the Open Philanthropy grant and the Q3 discretionary funding, additional donations to HKI’s VAS program would support funding gaps that we model as less cost-effective than the funding gaps on Malaria Consortium’s current margin."
Good Ventures/GiveWell top and standout charities6,500,000.0022018-12Global health/nutrition/Vitamin A supplementationhttp://www.goodventures.org/our-portfolio/grants/helen-keller-international-vitamin-a-supplementation-december-2018GiveWell Donation process: The grant is based on GiveWell's recommendation. GiveWell made the recommendations as part of its end-of-year recommendations to Good Ventures, along with allocations to other GiveWell top and standout charities. The total budget is based on guidelines set by the Open Philanthropy Project. GiveWell explains the process in detail at https://blog.givewell.org/2018/11/26/our-recommendation-to-good-ventures/ Charity status updates in 2018 are at https://www.givewell.org/charities/top-charities/updates-in-november-2018#Sightsavers-_deworming_program

Intended use of funds (category): Direct project expenses

Intended use of funds: Grant to support the Vitamin A supplementation (VAS) program, which has GiveWell top charity status; see https://www.givewell.org/charities/helen-keller-international HKI provides technical assistance, engages in advocacy, and contributes funding to government-run vitamin A supplementation programs.

Donor reason for selecting the donee: GiveWell recommends HKI's VAS program for the following reasons: (1) Strong evidence base and strong cost-effectiveness. (2) Track record. (3) Standout transparency. (4) Room for more funding. The full GiveWell review is at https://www.givewell.org/charities/helen-keller-international and the top charity selection is at https://blog.givewell.org/2018/11/26/our-updated-top-charities-for-giving-season-2018/

Donor reason for donating that amount (rather than a bigger or smaller amount): GiveWell explains the principles affecting its decision of how much money to allocate to each charity in https://blog.givewell.org/2018/11/26/our-recommendation-to-good-ventures/ (1) Put significant weight on our cost-effectiveness estimates. (2) Consider additional information about an organization that we have not explicitly modeled. (3) Assess charities’ funding gaps at the margin, i.e., where they would spend additional funding, where possible. (4) Default towards not imposing restrictions on charity spending. (5) Fund on a three-year horizon, unless we are particularly uncertain whether we will want to continue recommending a program in the future. (6) Ensure charities are incentivized to engage with our process. Ultimately, GiveWell decides to allocate $6-10 million two of its deworming charities as well as to HKI; HKI ends up getting $6.5 million

Donor reason for donating at this time (rather than earlier or later): Part of GiveWell's end-of-year recommendations for Good Ventures, so the timing is determined by the timing of end-of-year recommendations (which is usually the week after Thanksgiving in the United States). The grant is made by Good Ventures shortly after the recommendations

Other notes: Even accounting for this grant, GiveWell identifies a remaining funding gap of $20.6 million for HKI's VAS program. The grant page on the Open Philanthropy Project website is at https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/global-health-and-development/miscellaneous/helen-keller-international-vitamin-a-supplementation-december-2018.
Good Ventures/GiveWell top and standout charities7,200,000.0012018-01Global health/nutrition/Vitamin A supplementationhttp://www.goodventures.org/our-portfolio/grants/helen-keller-international-vitamin-a-supplementationGiveWell Grant includes a $2.5 million minimum for being a top charity, and $4.7 million to meet funding gaps over three years in Burkina Faso, Mali, and Guinea—countries that have missed recent vitamin A campaigns due to lack of funding. Grant announced on 2017-11-27 at https://blog.givewell.org/2017/11/27/our-top-charities-for-giving-season-2017/ along with GiveWell top and standout charities list. Affected countries: Burkina Faso|Mali.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation505,639.0092017-09-15Nutrition/basic nutritionhttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to conduct and communicate research related to promotion of foods that are consumed by children under age two with the goal of helping policymakers craft and enforce policies to safeguard infant and child health; Aid type: Other technical assistance. Affected regions: Developing countries, unspecified.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation583,980.0082016-11-16Nutrition/basic nutritionhttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to assess food fortification vehicles and technologies in Senegal in order to determine appropriate strategies for addressing micronutrient nutrition in Senegal and West Africa, including through the use of bouillon cubes; Aid type: Project-type interventions. Affected countries: Senegal.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation244,529.23152016-01-05Nutrition/basic nutritionhttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to provide for general operating support. General Operating Support for Country Offices, Phase 2. Investment start date: 1/5/2016 to end date: 4/30/2018. Grantee name: Helen Keller International, Inc.; Aid type: Project-type interventions. Affected regions: Developing countries, unspecified.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation120,439.77162016-01-05Women's equality organisations and institutionshttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to provide for general operating support. General Operating Support for Country Offices, Phase 2. Investment start date: 1/5/2016 to end date: 4/30/2018. Grantee name: Helen Keller International, Inc.; Aid type: Project-type interventions. Affected regions: Developing countries, unspecified.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation452,335.31102015-12-22Agriculture/agricultural policy and administrative managementhttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to test an integrated and innovative women-centered homestead food production model as a means to improve food security, nutrition and women’s empowerment in Cambodia for future scale up; Aid type: Project-type interventions. Affected countries: Cambodia.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation439,031.34112015-12-22Women's equality organisations and institutionshttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to test an integrated and innovative women-centered homestead food production model as a means to improve food security, nutrition and women’s empowerment in Cambodia for future scale up; Aid type: Project-type interventions. Affected countries: Cambodia.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation439,031.34112015-12-22Nutrition/basic nutritionhttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to test an integrated and innovative women-centered homestead food production model as a means to improve food security, nutrition and women’s empowerment in Cambodia for future scale up; Aid type: Project-type interventions. Affected countries: Cambodia.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation4,759,842.0042015-10-21Nutrition/basic nutritionhttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to conduct and communicate research related to promotion of foods that are consumed by children under age two with the goal of helping policymakers craft and enforce policies to safeguard infant and child health; Aid type: Other technical assistance. Affected regions: Developing countries, unspecified.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation5,000.00272015-03-11Global health/Health policy and administrative managementhttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to provide general operating support. 2015 Spirit of Helen Keller Gala. Investment start date: 3/11/2015 to end date: 3/27/2015. Grantee name: Helen Keller International, Inc.; Aid type: Core support to NGOs, other private bodies, PPPs and research institutes. Affected regions: Developing countries, unspecified.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation2,280,702.0062012-10-26Agriculture/agricultural researchhttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to assess whether the consumption of beta-carotene-enhanced rice can contribute to the control of vitamin A deficiency in poor, rural populations; Aid type: Project-type interventions. Affected countries: Philippines (the)|Bangladesh.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation4,766,571.0032012-10-11Nutrition/basic nutritionhttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to build empirical evidence around promotion of fortified complementary foods, home fortification products and encourage use to inform national, regional and global decision making to scale up nutrition interventions of infants and young children; Aid type: Project-type interventions. Affected regions: Developing countries, unspecified.
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation325,085.00132012-10-11Nutrition/basic nutritionhttps://iatiregistry.org/publisher/bmgf-- to Provide General Operating Support for HKI. General Operating Support for Country Offices. Investment start date: 10/11/2012 to end date: 7/31/2016. Grantee name: Helen Keller International, Inc.; Aid type: Core support to NGOs, other private bodies, PPPs and research institutes. Affected regions: Developing countries, unspecified.
F.M. Kirby Foundation27,500.00182008--http://conservativetransparency.org/donor/f-m-kirby-foundation/--
Michael and Susan Dell Foundation750,000.0072006-12Healthhttps://web.archive.org/web/20080224064534/http://www.msdf.org:80/priorities/MasterList.aspx-- To enable a private sector led partnership to fortify cooking oil used in Burkina Faso in West Africa to combat Vitamin A deficiency, with the potential to avert 20,000 child deaths per year.
F.M. Kirby Foundation27,500.00182006--http://conservativetransparency.org/donor/f-m-kirby-foundation/--
Michael and Susan Dell Foundation300,000.00142005-04Otherhttps://web.archive.org/web/20080224064534/http://www.msdf.org:80/priorities/MasterList.aspx-- To support distribution of micronutrients such as Vitamin A, iron, and zinc to approx. 250,000 children in Tsunami-affected regions in Indonesia to reduce mortality due to diseases such as malaria and diarrhea.
F.M. Kirby Foundation27,500.00182005--http://conservativetransparency.org/donor/f-m-kirby-foundation/--
F.M. Kirby Foundation25,000.00212004--http://conservativetransparency.org/donor/f-m-kirby-foundation/--
F.M. Kirby Foundation25,000.00212003--http://conservativetransparency.org/donor/f-m-kirby-foundation/--
F.M. Kirby Foundation25,000.00212002--http://conservativetransparency.org/donor/f-m-kirby-foundation/--
F.M. Kirby Foundation50,000.00172001--http://conservativetransparency.org/donor/f-m-kirby-foundation/--
F.M. Kirby Foundation20,000.00242000--http://conservativetransparency.org/donor/f-m-kirby-foundation/--
F.M. Kirby Foundation15,000.00251999--http://conservativetransparency.org/donor/f-m-kirby-foundation/--
F.M. Kirby Foundation15,000.00251998--http://conservativetransparency.org/donor/f-m-kirby-foundation/--