Catherine Hollander donations made

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Cause area Number of donations Number of donees Total
Global health (filter this donor) 4 2 0.00
Seasonal intracountry migration (filter this donor) 1 1 0.00
Total 5 3 0.00

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Donee Cause area Metadata Total
Against Malaria Foundation (filter this donor) Global health/malaria FB Tw WP Site GW CN GS TW 0.00
Malaria Consortium (filter this donor) Global health/malaria FB Tw WP Site GW 0.00
No Lean Season (filter this donor) 0.00
Total -- -- 0.00

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Full list of documents in reverse chronological order (9 documents)

Title (URL linked)Publication dateAuthorPublisherAffected donorsAffected doneesDocument scopeCause areaNotes
Staff members’ personal donations for giving season 20182018-12-10Catherine Hollander GiveWellElie Hassenfeld Natalie Crispin Josh Rosenberg Devin Jacob Catherine Hollander Andrew Martin Christian Smith Isabel Arjmand James Snowden Dan Brown Olivia Larsen Amar Radia GiveWell top charities Donor lottery GiveDirectly International Refugee Assistance Project RAICES National Immigration Law Center CALmatters Center for Investigative Reporting ProPublica Malaria Consortium Against Malaria Foundation StrongMinds Planned Parenthood Action Fund Cool Earth Causa Justa::Just Cause Initiate Justice Sorea Te Land Trust No Means No Worldwide Stonewall (UK) Afrinspire Effective Altruism Funds Periodic donation list documentationGiveWell staff members describe where they are donating in 2018. The majority are donating most of their money to GiveWell top charities (i.e., to GiveWell for discretionary regranting). A few explicitly donate to Malaria Consortium, Against Malaria Foundation, and GiveDirectly. Many staff members announce intent to donate a small fraction of their donation budget for animal welfare charities, but explicit names of animal welfare charities are not included. A number of donors mention donating small amounts to charities focused on justice-related themes and local causes. Not all employees are present in the document (participation is optional). Amounts donated are not included, per a decision by GiveWell
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/
Update on No Lean Season’s top charity status2018-11-19Catherine Hollander GiveWellGood Ventures/GiveWell top and standout charities No Lean Season Evaluator update on doneeSeasonal intracountry migrationGiveWell announces the removal of No Lean Season from its list of top charities, in advance of the annual top charity list refresh. The primary reason is that the results of the 2017 RCT suggest that the program did not successfully induce migration. No Lean Season has over two years of funding remaining, which would allow them to use the information to tweak the program further, allowing for re-evaluation by GiveWell in 2019. Evidence Action has a related blog post at https://www.evidenceaction.org/blog-full/why-test-at-scale-no-lean-season
Publishing more frequent updates to our cost-effectiveness model2018-10-02Catherine Hollander GiveWell Evaluator quantification approachThe document describes changes GiveWell has made to allow for more frequent updates to its cost-effectiveness model. It describes how, starting May 2017, GiveWell started with versioned releases of its cost-effectiveness models, publishing five versions in 2017. In 2017, each release was accompanied by PDF release notes. Starting 2018, GiveWell shifted to having a changelog, available at https://www.givewell.org/how-we-work/our-criteria/cost-effectiveness/cost-effectiveness-models/changelog In addition, by having a dedicated staff member (Christian Smith) to manage cost-effectiveness models, GiveWell could manage much more frequent updates to the model
Staff members’ personal donations for giving season 20172017-12-11Josh Rosenberg GiveWellElie Hassenfeld Natalie Crispin Josh Rosenberg Sophie Monahan Catherine Hollander Andrew Martin Chelsea Tabart Christian Smith Isabel Arjmand James Snowden GiveWell top charities Effective Altruism Funds No Lean Season Against Malaria Foundation GiveDirectly Causa Justa::Just Cause Planned Parenthood ProPublica Earthjustice Periodic donation list documentationGiveWell staff describe where they are donating in 2017. Not all employees are present in the document (participation is optional). Amounts donated are not included, per a decision by GiveWell
How GiveWell uses cost-effectiveness analyses2017-06-01Catherine Hollander GiveWell Against Malaria Foundation GiveDirectly GiveWell top charities Evaluator quantification approachProvides an in-depth lok at how GiveWell does cost-effectiveness analyses, including a list of the kinds of subjective inputs that go into the modeling. The later blog post https://blog.givewell.org/2017/11/07/how-givewell-and-mainstream-policymakers-compare-the-good-achieved-by-different-programs/ summarizing the report https://www.givewell.org/how-we-work/our-criteria/cost-effectiveness/comparing-moral-weights references this
Update on our views on cataract surgery2017-05-11Catherine Hollander GiveWell Review of current state of cause areaGlobal health/cataracy surgeryThe document discusses uncertainty around funding cataract surgery, specifically around whether it is talent-constrained or funding-constrained, and other questions around marginal impact and quantification
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
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

Full list of donations in reverse chronological order (5 donations)

DoneeAmount (current USD)Donation dateCause areaURLInfluencerNotes
Against Malaria Foundation--2017-12-11Global health/malariahttps://blog.givewell.org/2017/12/11/staff-members-personal-donations-for-giving-season-2017/#Catherine-- Donation (90% to AMF) is based on trust in the GiveWell process and its recommendation of the AMF gap as the most important one to fill. Percentage of total donor spend in the corresponding batch of donations: 90.00%.
No Lean Season--2017-12-11Seasonal intracountry migrationhttps://blog.givewell.org/2017/12/11/staff-members-personal-donations-for-giving-season-2017/#Catherine-- Like Sophie Monahan, the donor plans to support No Lean Season with 10% of her total giving to increase the visibility of the new top charity, and based on being impressed with its work. Percentage of total donor spend in the corresponding batch of donations: 10.00%.
Against Malaria Foundation--2016-12-09Global health/malariahttps://blog.givewell.org/2016/12/09/staff-members-personal-donations-giving-season-2016/-- This part of the donation was based on the recommended allocation by GiveWell (75% to AMF). Percentage of total donor spend in the corresponding batch of donations: 75.00%.
Malaria Consortium--2016-12-09Global health/malariahttps://blog.givewell.org/2016/12/09/staff-members-personal-donations-giving-season-2016/-- This part of the donation (25% to Malaria Consortium) deviates from the recommended allocation by GiveWell (which suggested 25% to the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative). The reason for selecting Malaria Consortium is the high value placed by the donor on health outcomes relative to improving income. Percentage of total donor spend in the corresponding batch of donations: 25.00%.
Against Malaria Foundation--2015-12-09Global health/malariahttps://blog.givewell.org/2015/12/09/staff-members-personal-donations-for-giving-season-2015/-- This is the first giving season for the donor since she started working at GiveWell. She is convinced by the GiveWell charity evaluation process, and is therefore donating 95% based on the GiveWell recommendation. The remaining 5% will be donated to a charity working in the animal welfare/factory farming area, though the details are not yet decided. Percentage of total donor spend in the corresponding batch of donations: 95.00%.

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