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Basic donee information

ItemValue
Country United States
Facebook page thehumaneleague
Websitehttp://www.thehumaneleague.com/
Donate pagehttp://www.thehumaneleague.com/donate/
Donation case pagehttp://www.thehumaneleague.com/impact/
Twitter usernameTheHumaneLeague
Wikipedia pagehttps://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Humane_League
Instagram usernamethehumaneleague
Timelines wiki pagehttps://timelines.issarice.com/wiki/Timeline_of_The_Humane_League
Launch date2005-01

Donee donation statistics

Cause areaCountMedianMeanMinimum10th percentile 20th percentile 30th percentile 40th percentile 50th percentile 60th percentile 70th percentile 80th percentile 90th percentile Maximum
Overall 39 500 447,993 20 24 50 117 250 500 800 3,109 100,000 1,000,000 10,000,000
Animal welfare 32 399 545,873 20 24 72 117 224 399 1,000 10,000 750,000 1,000,000 10,000,000
6 800 620 20 20 500 500 800 800 800 800 800 800 800
FIXME 1 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50

Donation amounts by donor and year for donee The Humane League

Donor Total 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 2014 2012
Open Philanthropy (filter this donee) 17,315,000.00 2,315,000.00 10,000,000.00 2,000,000.00 3,000,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Effective Altruism Funds: Animal Welfare Fund (filter this donee) 140,000.00 100,000.00 10,000.00 30,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Josh Jacobson (filter this donee) 5,347.39 0.00 0.00 0.00 5,347.39 0.00 0.00 0.00
David Barry (filter this donee) 3,666.80 0.00 0.00 0.00 3,108.81 557.99 0.00 0.00
Patrick Brinich-Langlois (filter this donee) 3,317.32 0.00 0.00 117.32 0.00 0.00 0.00 3,200.00
Joshua Kissel (filter this donee) 1,000.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1,000.00 0.00 0.00
Amy Johnson (filter this donee) 797.14 0.00 0.00 0.00 398.57 398.57 0.00 0.00
Michael Dickens (filter this donee) 520.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 20.00 500.00 0.00
JP Addison (filter this donee) 500.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 500.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Max Broad (filter this donee) 250.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 250.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Michael Sesser (filter this donee) 250.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 250.00 0.00 0.00
Catherine Low (filter this donee) 223.53 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 223.53 0.00 0.00
Jay Feldman (filter this donee) 200.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 200.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Oliver Base (filter this donee) 164.32 0.00 0.00 0.00 164.32 0.00 0.00 0.00
Jonathon Smith (filter this donee) 100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Raymond Arnold (filter this donee) 100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 100.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Paulina Widmer (filter this donee) 72.28 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 72.28 0.00 0.00
Michael Dello-Iacovo (filter this donee) 50.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 50.00 0.00 0.00
Nick Brown (filter this donee) 39.86 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 39.86 0.00 0.00
Akhil Jalan (filter this donee) 31.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 31.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Saulius Šimčikas (filter this donee) 23.66 0.00 0.00 0.00 23.66 0.00 0.00 0.00
Vidur Kapur (filter this donee) 23.66 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 23.66 0.00 0.00
Tyler John (filter this donee) 20.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 20.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Grace King (filter this donee) 19.72 0.00 0.00 0.00 19.72 0.00 0.00 0.00
Total 17,471,716.68 2,415,000.00 10,010,000.00 2,030,117.32 3,010,263.47 2,635.89 500.00 3,200.00

Full list of documents in reverse chronological order (32 documents)

Title (URL linked)Publication dateAuthorPublisherAffected donorsAffected doneesDocument scopeCause areaNotes
Where ACE Staff Are Giving In 2019 and Why2019-12-26Erika Alonso Animal Charity EvaluatorsHeather Herrell Erika Alonso Gina Stuessy Jamie Spurgeon Melissa Guzikowski Cash Callaghan Marianne van der Werf Animal Charity Evaluators Animal Charity Evaluators Recommended Charity Fund Effective Animal Advocacy Fund Farm Sanctuary StrongMinds The Good Food Institute Rethink Priorities The Humane League Wild Animal Initiative Fish Welfare Initiative Aquatic Life Institute Faunalytics Sociedade Vegetariana Brasileira Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations Essere Animali Christopher Sebastian McJetters Periodic donation list documentationAnimal welfareAnimal Charity Evaluators (ACE) staff describe where they donated or plan to donate in 2019. The list differs from the previous year: almost all the donations are in the animal welfare space (with none in the domains of AI safety, other global catastrophic risks, or GiveWell-style global health and development). Donation amounts are not disclosed, likely by policy
Announcing our 2019 Charity Recommendations2019-12-02Toni Adleberg Animal Charity Evaluators Albert Schweitzer Foundation for Our Contemporaries Anima International The Good Food Institute The Humane League Compassion in World Farming USA Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations Faunalytics Animals Now Compassion in World Farming International Mercy For Animals The Nonhuman Rights Project Evaluator consolidated recommendation listAnimal welfareIn this blog post, Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE) announces its 2019 end-of-year recommendations. Top charities are Albert Schweitzer Foundation for Our Contemporaries, Anima International (a newly formed charity from a merger of two charities including Otwartke Klatki (Open Cages)), The Good Food Institute, and The Humane League. Standout charities include two of general interest: Compassion in World Farming USA and Federation of Indian Animal Protection Organisations, and one of special interest: Faunalytics. ACE also lists other charities it reviewed in 2019, linking to its comprehensive review for each: Animals Now, Compassion in World Farming International, and The Nonhuman Rights Project. It also suggests to donors to donate to its Recommended Charity Fund, from which it disburses money to its recommended charities every January and July. There is a companion blog post https://animalcharityevaluators.org/blog/comparison-chart-of-our-2019-recommended-charities/ that includes a comparison chart and more details on how to use it to compare charities. Also, the accompanying blog post https://animalcharityevaluators.org/blog/the-process-leading-to-our-2019-recommendations/ goes into more detail on the process leadinig up to the recommendations
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
Where ACE Staff Are Giving In 2018 and Why2018-12-21Erika Alonso Animal Charity EvaluatorsSofia Davis-Fogel Toni Adleberg Erika Alonso Gina Stuessy Kathryn Asher Jamie Spurgeon Trent Grassian Melissa Guzikowski Albert Schweitzer Foundation for Our Contemporaries Otwarte Klatki Animal Equality Encompass Sinergia Animal Mercy For Animals Compassion in World Farming USA The Humane League L214 International Rescue Committee New York Public Library Give Power Animal Charity Evaluators Recommended Charity Fund The Good Food Institute Effective Animal Advocacy Fund StrongMinds Global Catastrophic Risk Institute New Harvest We Animals Against Malaria Foundation GiveWell top charities Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies Beckley Foundation Christopher Sebastian Animal Aid GiveDirectly Periodic donation list documentationAnimal welfare|Global catastrophic risks|Global health and developmentContinuing an annual tradition started in 2016, Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE) staff describe where they donated or plan to donate in 2018. Unlike 2017, there is no mention of the Effective Altruism Funds, with most funds-style donations going to the ACE-run Recommended Charity Fund and Effective Animal Advocacy Fund. Donation amounts are not disclosed, likely by policy
Suggestions for Individual Donors from Open Philanthropy Project Staff - 20182018-12-20Holden Karnofsky Open PhilanthropyChloe Cockburn Lewis Bollard Amanda Hungerford Alexander Berger Luke Muelhhauser National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls Texas Organizing Project Effective Altruism Funds The Humane League Center for Global Development International Refugee Assistance Project Donor lottery Donation suggestion listCriminal justice reform|Animal welfare|Global health and development|Migration policy|Effective altruismOpen Philanthropy Project staff give suggestions on places that might be good for individuals to donate to. Each suggestion includes a section "Why I suggest it", a section explaining why the Open Philanthropy Project has not funded (or not fully funded) the opportunity, and links to relevant writeups. The post continues a tradition of similar posts published once a year.
Announcing Our 2018 Charity Recommendations2018-11-26Toni Adleberg Animal Charity Evaluators Animal Equality The Good Food Institute The Humane League Albert Schweitzer Foundation for Our Contemporaries ProVeg Sinergia Animal Sociedade Vegetariana Brasileira Otwarte Klatki Compassion in World Farming The Nonhuman Rights Project L214 Faunalytics Cellular Agriculture Society The Humane Society of the United States The Save Movement Animal Charity Evaluators Recommended Charity Fund Evaluator consolidated recommendation listAnimal welfareThe blog post, published a day before Giving Tuesday, lists the top and standout charities, as well as lists updated reviews of other charities that did not make it to the top or standout charity list. It ends by plugging the ACE Recommended Charity Fund, which disburses funds twice a year. There is an accompanying blog post https://animalcharityevaluators.org/blog/comparison-of-our-2018-recommended-charities/ that links to a comparison chart and provides more explanation of how to compare top charities. Also accompanying it is the blog post https://animalcharityevaluators.org/blog/the-process-leading-to-our-2018-recommendations/ that provides more insight into the process leading up to ther choice of recommendations
Concerns with ACE research2018-09-07John Halstead Effective Altruism Forum Animal Charity Evaluators The Humane League Animal Equality Evaluator review of doneeAnimal welfareJon Halstead discusses a few problems with the research and web presence of Animal Charity Evaluators. He notes that ACE now correctly considers grassroots outreach to be low-impact, but a lot of contradictory material is still on the website and used in the most recent charity evaluations. For corporate outreach, he wants to see ACE produce a high-quality and up-to-date review of the corporate outreach and cage-free welfare systems, and to independently check the claimed successes of animal welfare organizations in securing cage-free reforms
Updates on our Top Charities’ Room for Funding2018-07-23Kieran Grieg Animal Charity Evaluators Animal Equality The Good Food Institute The Humane League Evaluator update on doneeAnimal welfareAnimal Charity Evaluator confirms that its 2017 end-of-year top charities still have sufficient room for funding and so it is not advising donors to stop funding these charities. Its estimates are based on reports from the charities of the amount of money they raised till the end of May, as well as known grant commitments from the Open Philanthropy Project
Giving in the Light of Reason2018-05-17Marc Gunther Stanford Social Innovation ReviewOpen Philanthropy Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Future Justice Fund Good Ventures The Humane League Direct Action Everywhere Target Malaria University of Washington (Institute for Protein Design) Alliance for Safety and Justice The Marshall Project Third-party coverage of donor strategyCriminal justice reform|Animal welfare|Scientific researchAn in-depth profile of the Open Philanthropy Project and its grantmaking, with a particular focus on discussion of the top grants in animal welfare and scientific research. The organizational history, grantmaking process, and internal culture are also discussed. Referenced in https://nonprofitchronicles.com/2018/05/18/the-most-unorthodox-big-foundation-in-america/ by the same author.
Where the ACE Staff Members Are Giving in 2017 and Why2017-12-26Allison Smith Animal Charity EvaluatorsJon Bockman Allison Smith Toni Adleberg Sofia Davis-Fogel Kieran Greig Jamie Spurgeon Erika Alonso Eric Herboso Gina Stuessy Animal Charity Evaluators The Good Food Institute Vegan Outreach A Well-Fed World Better Eating International Encompass Direct Action Everywhere Animal Charity Evaluators Recommended Charity Fund Against Malaria Foundation Animal equality The Nonhuman Rights Project AnimaNaturalis Internacional The Humane League GiveDirectly Food Empowerment Project Mercy For Animals New Harvest StrongMinds Centre for Effective Altruism Effective Altruism Funds Machine Intelligence Research Institute Donor lottery Sentience Institute Wild-Animal Suffering Research Periodic donation list documentationAnimal welfare|AI safety|Global health and development|Effective altruismContinuing an annual tradition started in 2016, Animal Charity Evaluators (ACE) staff describe where they donated or plan to donate in 2017. Donation amounts are not disclosed, likely by policy
Staff Members’ Personal Donations for Giving Season 20172017-12-18Holden Karnofsky Open PhilanthropyHolden Karnofsky Alexander Berger Nick Beckstead Helen Toner Claire Zabel Lewis Bollard Ajeya Cotra Morgan Davis Michael Levine GiveWell top charities GiveWell GiveDirectly EA Giving Group Berkeley Existential Risk Initiative Effective Altruism Funds Sentience Institute Encompass The Humane League The Good Food Institute Mercy For Animals Compassion in World Farming USA Animal Equality Donor lottery Against Malaria Foundation GiveDirectly Periodic donation list documentationOpen Philanthropy Project staff members describe where they are donating this year, and the considerations that went into the donation decision. By policy, amounts are not disclosed. This is the first standalone blog post of this sort by the Open Philanthropy Project; in previous years, the corresponding donations were documented in the GiveWell staff members donation post.
Updated Charity Recommendations: December 20172017-11-27Jon Bockman Animal Charity Evaluators Animal Equality The Good Food Institute The Humane League Faunalytics Vegan Outreach ProVeg Albert Schweitzer Foundation for Our Contemporaries Compassion in World Farming USA The Humane Society of the United States L214 Nonhuman Rights Project Otwarte Klatki Evaluator consolidated recommendation listAnimal welfareAnimal Charity Evaluators publishes its top charity and standout charity recommendations for year-end 2017. Top charities are Animal Equality, The Good Food Institute, and The Humane League. Standout charities of general interest are Compassion in World Farming USA, L214, and Otwarte Klatki. Standout charities of special interest are Faunalytics and Nonhuman Rights Project
THE HUMANE LEAGUE. Archived Version: November, 20172017-11-01Animal Charity Evaluators The Humane League Evaluator review of doneeAnimal welfareAnimal Charity Evalautors (ACE) publishes an updated review of THL. The weaknesses section is updated significantly, noting concern about the sustained high rate of expansion, as well as hoping for deeper critical engagement regarding intervention prioritization and smaller questions such as the implications of specific study findings. To quote: "This is particularly true given that, in the past, a number of studies from HLL have had significant flaws. We hope that HLL’s reorganization under a new director will help in this regard, and there are some positive signs already, including improved analyses of earlier studies."
How to end animal agriculture as soon as possible2017-09-27Robert Wiblin Lewis Bollard 80,000 HoursOpen Philanthropy Mercy For Animals Compassion in World Farming The Humane League The Humane Society of the United States Humane Society International The Good Food Institute Animal Equality Animal Charity Evaluators Broad donor strategyAnimal welfare/factory farmingPodcast with interview of Lewis Bollard (Farm Animal Welfare Program Officer at the Open Philanthropy Project) by Robert Wiblin of 80000 Hours, along with transcript. The podcast covers the strategy of the Open Philanthropy Project. 80000 Hours is an Open Philanthropy Project grant recipient and Wiblin was also on the board of Animal Charity Evaluators, an animal welfare-focused grant recipient that is discussed in the podcast.
Updates on selected recommended charities’ room for more funding2017-06-14Toni Adleberg Animal Charity Evaluators The Good Food Institute Mercy For Animals The Humane League Animal Equality Evaluator consolidated recommendation listAnimal welfareAnimal Charity Evaluators reports results of a check-in with all its 2016 top charities and one standout charity (Animal Equality) that had previously been a top charity. It verifies that all of them still have room for more funding, therefore continues to recommend them
Why Are the US Corporate Cage-Free Campaigns Succeeding?2017-04-11Lewis Bollard Open PhilanthropyOpen Philanthropy The Humane League Mercy For Animals The Humane Society of the United States Compassion in World Farming USA Review of current state of cause areaAnimal welfare/factory farming/cage-free campaignLewis Bollard, Open Philanthropy Project Program Officer for Animal Welfare, who brought passion about cage-free campaigns to the organization when he joined, provides a timeline of cage-free campaigns and an assessment of the success of these campaigns, and the role of the Open Philanthropy Project as a funder.
Where the ACE Staff Members are Giving in 2016 and Why2016-12-23Leah Edgerton Animal Charity EvaluatorsAllison Smith Jacy Reese Toni Adleberg Gina Stuessy Kieran Grieg Eric Herboso Erika Alonso Animal Charity Evaluators Animal Equality Vegan Outreach Act Asia Faunalytics Farm Animal Rights Movement Sentience Politics Direct Action Everywhere The Humane League The Good Food Institute Collectively Free Planned Parenthood Future of Life Institute Future of Humanity Institute GiveDirectly Machine Intelligence Research Institute The Humane Society of the United States Farm Sanctuary StrongMinds Periodic donation list documentationAnimal welfare|AI safety|Global catastrophic risksAnimal Charity Evaluators (ACE) staff describe where they donated or plan to donate in 2016. Donation amounts are not disclosed, likely by policy
Responses to common critiques2016-12-21Jon Bockman Animal Charity Evaluators Animal Charity Evaluators Animal Equality The Good Food Institute New Harvest The Humane League Mercy For Animals Evaluator retrospectiveAnimal welfareThis post is written in response to criticism of Animal Charity Evaluators, largely criticism that came in as part of and after Harrison Nathan's post https://medium.com/@harrisonnathan/the-actual-number-is-almost-surely-higher-92c908f36517 Bockman agrees that the leafleting report is inaccurate and of low quality, and says that ACE was focused this year on new research and not on updating the outdated reports. He also explains the position taken by ACE on cost-effectiveness, the lack of diversity in recommendations, and concerns about diverting resources from other groups
Staff members’ personal donations for giving season 20162016-12-09Natalie Crispin GiveWellElie Hassenfeld Holden Karnofsky Natalie Crispin Alexander Berger Timothy Telleen-Lawton Josh Rosenberg Rebecca Raible Helen Toner Sophie Monahan Laura Muñoz Catherine Hollander Andrew Martin Lewis Bollard Chelsea Tabart Sarah Ward Chris Somerville Ajeya Cotra Chris Smith Isabel Arjmand A political campaign GiveWell top charities International Genetically Engineered Machine Foundation UPMC Center for Health Security Donor lottery EA Giving Group GiveDirectly Center for Applied Rationality Malaria Consortium Animal Charity Evaluators Northwest Health Law Advocates StrongMinds Against Malaria Foundation Schistosomiasis Control Initiative The Humane Society of the United States The Humane League Mercy For Animals Humane Society International Compassion in World Farming USA The Good Food Institute Citizens for Farm Animal Protection END Fund Causa Justa Planned Parenthood International Refugee Assistance Project Periodic donation list documentationGiveWell and Open Philanthropy Project staff describe their annual donation plans for 2016. Some of these are tentative and get superseded by further events. Also, not all employees are present in the document (participation is optional). Amounts donated are not included, per a decision by GiveWell
The Actual Number is Almost Surely Higher: An Evaluation of Effective Animal Activism2016-12-09Harrison Nathan Animal Charity Evaluators The Humane League Mercy For Animals Vegan Outreach The Good Food Institute The Humane Society of the United States Faunalytics Review of current state of cause areaAnimal welfareHarrison Nathan is critical of Animal Charity Evaluators and their top charities, in particular, the way the organizations justify their programs. He calls their approach pseudoscientific, and also believes the effective altruist movement has blind spots and is easily co-opted by industry, not sensitive on matters related to wild-animal suffering, and has too many conflicts of interest
CEA Staff Donation Decisions 20162016-12-06Sam Deere Centre for Effective AltruismWilliam MacAskill Michelle Hutchinson Tara MacAulay Alison Woodman Seb Farquhar Hauke Hillebrandt Marinella Capriati Sam Deere Max Dalton Larissa Hesketh-Rowe Michael Page Stefan Schubert Pablo Stafforini Amy Labenz Centre for Effective Altruism 80,000 Hours Against Malaria Foundation Schistosomiasis Control Initiative Animal Charity Evaluators Charity Science Health New Incentives Project Healthy Children Deworm the World Initiative Machine Intelligence Research Institute StrongMinds Future of Humanity Institute Future of Life Institute Centre for the Study of Existential Risk Effective Altruism Foundation Sci-Hub Vote.org The Humane League Foundational Research Institute Periodic donation list documentationCentre for Effective Altruism (CEA) staff describe their donation plans. The donation amounts are not disclosed.
Updated Recommendations: December 20162016-11-28Jon Bockman Animal Charity Evaluators Mercy For Animals The Humane League The Good Food Institute VEBU Animal Equality The Humane Society of the United States Vegan Outreach Albert Schweitzer Foundation for Our Contemporaries Evaluator consolidated recommendation listAnimal welfareMercy For Animals and The Humane League remain top charities, and The Good Food Institute added to the list; Animal Equality moved from top charity to standout charity; VEBU added to standout charities
THE HUMANE LEAGUE. Archived Version: November, 20162016-11-01Animal Charity Evaluators The Humane League Evaluator review of doneeAnimal welfareAnimal Charity Evaluators (ACE) publishes an updated review of THL. The review removes from the weaknesses section the concern about lack of transparency
Grisly Undercover Video Shows Chickens Being Starved To Produce More Eggs2016-10-11Nico Pitney Huffington PostOpen Philanthropy Humane Society International Mercy For Animals Animal Equality People for Animals The Humane League Third-party coverage of donor strategyAnimal welfare/factory farming/chicken/cage-free campaign/internationalProvides some context for the move by the Open Philanthropy Project in mid-2016 to expand its cage-free campaign funding internationally.
Initial Grants to Support Corporate Cage-free Reforms2016-03-31Lewis Bollard Open PhilanthropyOpen Philanthropy The Humane League Mercy For Animals The Humane Society of the United States Broad donor strategyAnimal welfare/factory farming/chicken/cage-free campaign/internationalWritten to explain a bunch of grants already made in 2016-02 to support cage-free reforms in the United States for egg-laying chicken. The blog post had a heated comment section, potentially influencing future Open Phil communication on the subject.
Suggestions for individual donors from Open Philanthropy Project staff2015-12-23Holden Karnofsky Open PhilanthropyChloe Cockburn Lewis Bollard Alexander Berger Nick Beckstead Howie Lempel Alliance for Safety and Justice Bronx Freedom Fund The Humane League The Humane Society of the United States Center for Global Development Center for Popular Democracy Ploughshares Fund Donation suggestion listCriminal justice reform|Animal welfare|Global healthOpen Philanthropy Project staff describe suggestions for best donation opportunities for individual donors in their specific areas. The post was originally published to the GiveWell blog.
Where the ACE Staff Members Are Giving and Why2015-12-21Leah Edgerton Animal Charity EvaluatorsJon Bockman Allison Smith Erika Alonso Jacy Reese Kieran Grieg Animal Charity Evaluators Vegan Outreach Mercy For Animals Direct Action Everywhere The Humane League Animal Equality Farm Sanctuary The Humane Society of the United States Animal Equality Nonhuman Rights Project New Harvest Charity Science Schistosomiasis Control Initiative Raising for Effective Giving Periodic donation list documentationAnimal welfare|Global health and development|Effective altruismAnimal Charity Evaluators (ACE) staff describe where they donated or plan to donate in 2015. Donation amounts are not disclosed, likely by policy
Staff members’ personal donations for giving season 20152015-12-09Elie Hassenfeld GiveWellElie Hassenfeld Holden Karnofsky Natalie Crispin Alexander Berger Timothy Telleen-Lawton Sean Conley Josh Rosenberg Jake Marcus Rebecca Raible Milan Griffes Helen Toner Sophie Monahan Laura Muñoz Catherine Hollander Andrew Martin Claire Zabel Nicole Ross Lewis Bollard GiveWell top charities Against Malaria Foundation GiveWell GiveDirectly Wikimedia Foundation Center for Global Development Martha’s Table Country Dance and Song Society Northwest Health Law Advocates Mercy For Animals The Humane League Animal Charity Evaluators Raising for Effective Giving Humane Society of te United States Periodic donation list documentationGiveWell and Open Philanthropy Project staff describe their annual donation plans for 2015. Some of these are tentative and get superseded by further events. Also, not all employees are present in the document (participation is optional). Amounts donated are not included, per a decision by GiveWell
THE HUMANE LEAGUE. Archived Version: December, 20152015-12-01Animal Charity Evaluators The Humane League Evaluator review of doneeAnimal welfareAnimal Charity Evaluators (ACE) publishes an updated review of THL. The review updates on the December 2014 review by noting that the "organizational structure appears to be strong, with a cohesive, positive, and democratic organizational culture promoting positive relationships between THL staff, board members, and volunteers." The weaknesses section is also updated, with notes of concern: "We also have some concerns about their system of considering local offices cost effective as long as they raise as much money as they spend, regardless of their programs’ effectiveness when compared to the national programs’ effectiveness. Finally, we would like to see deeper critical engagement from them with regard to big questions as well as smaller ones like how to interpret particular study findings. One big question that seems especially important for THL is the value of individual dietary change."
Updated Recommendations: December 20152015-12-01Jon Bockman Animal Charity Evaluators Animal Equality Mercy For Animals The Humane League Animal Ethics Animals Australia Faunalytics New Harvest Nonhuman Rights Project Albert Schweitzer Foundation for Our Contemporaries The Humane Society of the United States Vegan Outreach Evaluator consolidated recommendation listAnimal welfare2015 recommendations list; top charities are Animal Equality,Mercy For Animals, and The Humane League; five new standout charities added to existing four
THE HUMANE LEAGUE. Archived Version: December, 20142014-12-01Animal Charity Evaluators The Humane League Evaluator review of doneeAnimal welfareAnimal Charity Evaluators (ACE) publishes an updated review of THL. The review is largely the same as the May 2014 review. The review adds to the weaknesses section a note about wanting to see more statistical analysis of the findings in the Humane League Labs program
THE HUMANE LEAGUE. Archived Version: May, 20142014-05-01Animal Charity Evaluators The Humane League Evaluator review of doneeAnimal welfareAnimal Charity Evaluators (ACE) publishes its first detailed review of THL. It identifies the biggest strength of THL as its overall outlook and approach to advocacy, including their strong efforts to assess their own programs, as well as publication of their research through Humane League Labs to affect the thinking of other animal welfare organizations. The main weakness identified was the lack of transparency and clear information about the organization itself, but ACE said that the organization was cooperative when asked to share information. At the time of this review, ACE finds the THL approach of using online ads promising

Full list of donations in reverse chronological order (39 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 39)Donation dateCause areaURLInfluencerNotes
Effective Altruism Funds: Animal Welfare Fund100,000.0082019-03-06Animal welfare/factory farminghttps://app.effectivealtruism.org/funds/animal-welfare/payouts/7ysr1iPZTjf4fBAPfP3xuBLewis Bollard Natalie Cargill Toni Adleberg Jamie Spurgeon Donation process: Part of the March 2019 grant round disbursing $445,000

Intended use of funds (category): Direct project expenses

Intended use of funds: The grant page says: "We are providing funding for THL UK’s continued development of corporate campaign work globally, through two positions focused on coordinating members of the Open Wing Alliance. [...] THL UK is aiming to use these positions to ensure follow-through on all cage-free commitments that are scheduled to come into effect in 2020."

Donor reason for selecting the donee: The grant page says: "The UK is an important location for these roles, as most OWA members are based in Europe, and the timezone allows for improved coordination between USA, Europe, and East Asia. [...] We think [ensuring follow-though on cage-free commitments] is a particularly important aspect of corporate campaigning, and may be crucial to get right early on."

Donor reason for donating that amount (rather than a bigger or smaller amount): Amount likely determined by the cost of the two positions in the UK. It is not clear how many months the two positions are being paid forr
Percentage of total donor spend in the corresponding batch of donations: 22.47% Affected countries: United Kingdom.
Open Philanthropy1,565,000.0032019-03Animal welfare/factory farminghttps://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-open-wing-alliance-2019Lewis Bollard Intended use of funds (category): Direct project expenses

Intended use of funds: Grant to support program grants, events, and associated costs for the Open Wing Alliance. This funding will support members of the Open Wing Alliance who are working to secure corporate cage-free pledges and build an effective farm animal welfare movement in more nations.

Donor reason for selecting the donee: No explicit reasons given but likely the same as the reasons for the original September 2017 support https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-open-wing-alliance-2017

Donor reason for donating at this time (rather than earlier or later): Timing is not explicitly discussed, but it is likely because the timeframe for the earlier grants is ending
Intended funding timeframe in months: 24 Announced: 2019-04-26.
Open Philanthropy750,000.0072019-01Animal welfare/factory farming/chickenhttps://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-broiler-welfare-campaignsLewis Bollard Intended use of funds (category): Direct project expenses

Intended use of funds: Grant to support corporate campaigns to improve the welfare of broiler chickens. Broiler chickens are the most numerous land farm animals. Broiler welfare campaigns seek to address these causes of suffering.

Donor reason for selecting the donee: Open Phil considers broiler chicken welfare a high-impact cause: "Broiler chickens are the most numerous land farm animals, with more than a billion alive at any time and approximately 9 billion slaughtered annually in the U.S. alone. Their welfare is impacted by genetics, overcrowding, inhumane slaughter, and environmental factors like chronic sleep deprivation due to lighting schedules optimized for growth." Part of a strategy focus on broiler chicken welfare in late 2016, though no overarching document on this has been posted. See also https://www.facebook.com/groups/EffectiveAnimalActivism/search/?query=broiler%20chicken The Humane League is selected for reasons outlined in earlier grants, such as the August 2018 general support https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-general-support-2018

Donor reason for donating at this time (rather than earlier or later): Likely based on funding needs and the using up of funds from previous grants. No explicit reasons for timing are given Announced: 2019-04-30.
Open Philanthropy10,000,000.0012018-08Animal welfare/factory farminghttps://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-general-support-2018Lewis Bollard Intended use of funds (category): Organizational general support

Intended use of funds: Grant renews four previous grants: https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns (US corporate cage-free), https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-international-cage-free-advocacy (international cage-free), and https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-general-support (general support), https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-open-wing-alliance-2017 (Open Wing Alliance). THL used previous funding to secure corporate cage-free and broiler welfare pledges that, if fully implemented, will benefit approximately 150 million hens and 50 million broiler chickens alive at any time. The new fundings helps THL continue current programs and strengthen infrastructure through initiatives like increasing staff salaries and benefits to be in line with industry standards.

Donor reason for selecting the donee: The reason for selecting donee is not discussed explicitly, but likely includes the same reasons as for the previous grants, and continued satisfaction with progress made through those grants

Donor reason for donating that amount (rather than a bigger or smaller amount): The amount breakdown is not explicitly discussed, but at about $3 million per year, it is similar to grant amounts per year for the previous grants, when added up

Donor reason for donating at this time (rather than earlier or later): Timing is not explicitly discussed, but it is likely because the timeframe for the earlier grants is ending
Intended funding timeframe in months: 42 Affected countries: United States; announced: 2018-09-28.
Effective Altruism Funds: Animal Welfare Fund10,000.00102018-01-14Animal welfare/factory farminghttps://app.effectivealtruism.org/funds/animal-welfare/payouts/3tRg1Hfwu46EQ8mskEGUOELewis Bollard Donation process: Part of the November 2017 grant round disbursing $150,000

Intended use of funds (category): Organizational general support

Intended use of funds: The grant page identifies two major activities of THL: "securing major corporate pledges to reduce the suffering of layer hens and broiler chickens" and "building a large grassroots movement for farm animals — especially through its international Open Wing Alliance"

Donor reason for selecting the donee: The grant page mentions how Lewis Bollard, the fund manager, continues to be impressed by THL's performance in both areas where he expects the funds to be used

Donor reason for donating that amount (rather than a bigger or smaller amount): The grant page says: "I’m not recommending more funding primarily because I expect Open Phil and other funders to fill most of what I perceive to be THL’s room for more funding this year."
Percentage of total donor spend in the corresponding batch of donations: 6.67%

Donor reason for donating at this time (rather than earlier or later): Timing determined by timing of grant round

Donor retrospective of the donation: Furthe grants from the Open Philanthropy Project to THL, as well as a followup grant from the Animal Welfare Fund to THL in 2019, suggest that Bollard would continue to stand by his positive impression of the grantee that motivated this grant

Other notes: The grant page provides more background: "To beat this benchmark, I think I need to identify groups that are potentially as or more promising than ACE’s top charities and have greater room for more funding (but not so much room for more funding that we’ll have invested time at the Open Philanthropy Project in making a large grant to them). Typically these groups will be small, esoteric, or high risk. [...] I’m also recommending a smaller sum to two ACE top charities that may have some capacity for extra funding — I view this as basically following the benchmark with the remainder of the funds. $10K to The Humane League $10K to the Good Food Institute".
Open Philanthropy2,000,000.0022017-09Animal welfare/factory farming/chicken/cage-freehttps://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-open-wing-alliance-2017Lewis Bollard Intended use of funds (category): Direct project expenses

Intended use of funds: Grant to support the Open Wing Alliance to expand corporate campaigns in Europe. The Alliance, started by The Humane League, supports global efforts to eliminate battery cages. The new grant will bolster these campaigns in Europe and allow Alliance members to expand into campaigns to improve the welfare of broiler (meat) chickens.

Donor reason for selecting the donee: Grant investigator Lewis Bollard, is excited to continue supporting the Open Wing Alliance (which grew out of a previous Open Phil grant to The Humane League) due to the coalition’s strong track record of securing corporate cage-free pledges; his confidence in its leadership team; and the project’s strategic fit with our goal to build a stronger farm animal welfare movement in Europe.

Donor reason for donating at this time (rather than earlier or later): Likely determined by the development timeline of the Open Wing Alliance, which grew out of an earlier grant about a year earlier, in February 2016: https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns
Intended funding timeframe in months: 24

Donor retrospective of the donation: The general support grant https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-general-support-2018 in 2018 renews this grant among others

Other notes: This and other grants from Open Philanthropy Project to The Humane League are discussed in https://ssir.org/articles/entry/giving_in_the_light_of_reason as part of an overview of the Open Philanthropy Project grantmaking strategy. Announced: 2017-10-09.
Patrick Brinich-Langlois117.32282017-08-12Animal welfare/factory farminghttps://www.patbl.com/misc/other/donations/--
Effective Altruism Funds: Animal Welfare Fund30,000.0092017-04-14Animal welfarehttps://app.effectivealtruism.org/funds/animal-welfare/payouts/tI97LtH5AsIkgUa2IMCKiLewis Bollard Donation process: Part of the April 2017 grant round disbursing $180,000

Intended use of funds (category): Organizational general support

Intended use of funds: The grant page says: "THL is one of two key campaigning groups responsible for the major recent US corporate wins for layer hens and broiler chickens. [...] THL has also played a critical role in the global corporate campaign wins for layer hens, via the Open Wing Alliance, a grouping of 33 campaign groups that it organized."

Donor reason for selecting the donee: The grant page says: "I’ve been consistently impressed by THL’s management, focus on staff and activist development, and wise use of funds across program areas. Open Phil already accounts for roughly half of THL’s budget, so dependence concerns may constrain our ability to fill its funding needs in future." Also: "The other is Mercy for Animals, which I’m not supporting via this Fund because I’m confident that major donors, including Open Phil, will fill its funding needs for now"

Donor reason for donating at this time (rather than earlier or later): Timing determined by timing of grant round, and also by The Humane League's progress with its corporate campaigns

Donor retrospective of the donation: The Animal Welfare Fund would make grants to The Humane League in two later grant rounds. Also, the Open Philanthropy Project would continue to make grants to THL on the recommendation of Lewis Bollard, so it seems that Bollard would consider the grant a success

Other notes: Explaining the general decisionmaking process behind the grant round, Bollard writes: "I want to signal to donors the sort of things I’m likely to recommend via this fund, and signal groups that I think have (a) additional room for more funding by individual donors and (b) Open Phil can’t fully fund because we already account for much of their budgets, e.g. The Humane League and Compassion in World Farming USA.". Percentage of total donor spend in the corresponding batch of donations: 100.00%.
Open Philanthropy1,000,000.0042016-11Animal welfare/factory farminghttps://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-general-supportLewis Bollard Donation process: No details are provided for this grant, but it likely builds on past vetting of the organization for the earlier cage-free campaign grants https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns and https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-international-cage-free-advocacy

Intended use of funds (category): Organizational general support

Intended use of funds: Grantee plans to use the money to expand and invest in its staff and to increase its buffer of unrestricted funding.

Donor reason for selecting the donee: The grant page does not discuss reasons, but reasons are likely similar to those for the earlier cage-free campaign grants https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns and https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-international-cage-free-advocacy

Donor retrospective of the donation: The general support grant https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-general-support-2018 in 2018 renews this grant among others

Other notes: This and other grants from Open Philanthropy Project to The Humane League are discussed in https://ssir.org/articles/entry/giving_in_the_light_of_reason as part of an overview of the Open Philanthropy Project grantmaking strategy. Affected countries: United States; announced: 2016-12-15.
Open Philanthropy1,000,000.0042016-07Animal welfare/factory farming/chicken/cage-free campaign/internationalhttps://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-international-cage-free-advocacyLewis Bollard Donation process: No details are provided for this grant, but it likely builds on past vetting of the organization for the previous grant https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns and general interest in cage-free campaigns described at https://www.openphilanthropy.org/blog/initial-grants-support-corporate-cage-free-reforms

Intended use of funds (category): Direct project expenses

Intended use of funds: Grant to support international advocacy to end the confinement of hens in battery cages, complementing a similar grant https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns focused on the United States

Donor reason for selecting the donee: The grant page does not discuss reasons, but reasons are likely similar to those for the previous grant https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns (both for the donee as an organization and for cage-free campaigns)

Donor reason for donating at this time (rather than earlier or later): No timing-related reasons are discussed, but the timing is likely a result of the Open Philanthropy Project's general push for cage-free campaigning, and promise shown by the first round of cage-free campaign grants made earlier in the year

Donor retrospective of the donation: The general support grant https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-general-support-2018 in 2018 renews this grant among others

Other notes: Part of a second phase (focused on internationalization) of a bunch of corporate cage-free campaign spending. See https://www.openphilanthropy.org/blog/initial-grants-support-corporate-cage-free-reforms for description of overall cage-free effort and see http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/chickens-animal-abuse-video_us_57fac5c5e4b0e655eab5485d for description of internationalization phase. This and other grants from Open Philanthropy Project to The Humane League are discussed in https://ssir.org/articles/entry/giving_in_the_light_of_reason as part of an overview of the Open Philanthropy Project grantmaking strategy. Announced: 2016-10-03.
Open Philanthropy1,000,000.0042016-02Animal welfare/factory farming/chicken/cage-free campaign/United Stateshttps://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaignsLewis Bollard Donation process: The donation is part of a bunch of corporate cage-free campaign spending. See https://www.openphilanthropy.org/blog/initial-grants-support-corporate-cage-free-reforms for more background. The specific process for The Humane League is not discussed in detail; see https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns#Our_process

Intended use of funds (category): Direct project expenses

Intended use of funds: Grant to support corporate cage-free campaigns

Donor reason for selecting the donee: The donor's positive assessment of the donee as a corporate campaigner is described at https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns#The_organization The donor's positive assessment of cage-free campaigns is described at https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns#The_cause and https://www.openphilanthropy.org/blog/initial-grants-support-corporate-cage-free-reforms The donor believes the donee's effectiveness will increase with scale; this is part of the reason for the grant, explained more at https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns#Case_for_the_grant

Donor reason for donating that amount (rather than a bigger or smaller amount): From https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-corporate-cage-free-campaigns#Budget_and_room_for_more_funding (Section 2.2): "THL shared two potential two-year budgets for its corporate campaign expansion with us: for an additional $250,000/year, or $500,000/year. We have decided to fund THL’s full corporate campaign expansion budget of $500,000/year for the next two years."

Donor reason for donating at this time (rather than earlier or later): The grant is part of a push by the Open Philanthropy Project to fund corporate cage-free campaigning, explained in more detail at https://www.openphilanthropy.org/blog/initial-grants-support-corporate-cage-free-reforms The timing is therefore controlled by the timing of that push
Intended funding timeframe in months: 24

Donor thoughts on making further donations to the donee: Next donation is not directly discussed, but follow-up plans are described in Section 2.4 "Follow-up expectations": a followup with THL staff every 3-6 months, an update at the one-year mark, and a holistic evaluation at the end of the grant period

Donor retrospective of the donation: Followup conversation at https://www.openphilanthropy.org/sites/default/files/The_Humane_League_08-22-16_%28public%29.pdf on 2016-08-22. There are many followup grants for international expansion and general support, suggesting that the grant is considered a success. A renewal and expansion grant is made in August 2018: https://www.openphilanthropy.org/focus/us-policy/farm-animal-welfare/humane-league-general-support-2018

Other notes: This and other grants from Open Philanthropy Project to The Humane League are discussed in https://ssir.org/articles/entry/giving_in_the_light_of_reason as part of an overview of the Open Philanthropy Project grantmaking strategy. Affected countries: United States; announced: 2016-02-24.
Oliver Base164.32272016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Josh Jacobson5,347.39112016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
JP Addison500.00192016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Saulius Šimčikas23.66352016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Grace King19.72392016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Max Broad250.00232016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Jay Feldman200.00262016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Jonathon Smith100.00292016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Raymond Arnold100.00292016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
David Barry3,108.81122016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Akhil Jalan31.00342016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Tyler John20.00372016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Amy Johnson398.57212016Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Michael Dello-Iacovo50.00322015-12-08FIXMEhttp://www.michaeldello.com/donations-log/-- Affected regions: FIXME; affected countries: FIXME.
Michael Dickens20.00372015-11--http://mdickens.me/donations/small.html--
Nick Brown39.86332015Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Catherine Low223.53252015Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Paulina Widmer72.28312015Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Michael Sesser250.00232015Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Joshua Kissel1,000.00132015Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
David Barry557.99182015Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Vidur Kapur23.66352015Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Amy Johnson398.57212015Animal welfare/Diet change/Veganism/Factory farminghttps://github.com/peterhurford/ea-data/--
Michael Dickens500.00192014-05--http://mdickens.me/donations/Stanford EA Donated as part of Stanford EA consensus.
Patrick Brinich-Langlois800.00142012-05-30--https://www.patbl.com/misc/other/donations/--
Patrick Brinich-Langlois800.00142012-05-04--https://www.patbl.com/misc/other/donations/--
Patrick Brinich-Langlois800.00142012-04-23--https://www.patbl.com/misc/other/donations/--
Patrick Brinich-Langlois800.00142012-04-12--https://www.patbl.com/misc/other/donations/--