Tax Year 2018
IRS Form 990-PF
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GEORGE H SANDY FOUNDATION CO MUFG UNION BANKNA

Phoenix, AZ
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Summary

Assets

$66M


Distributions

$3.8M

Contributions

$0

Grant Median

$30K

Count

89

Grant Max

$130K
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Latest Tax e-Filing

2018

Published by IRS

August 2019

People

# Name Title Hours / Wk Comp ($)
1 MUFG UNION BANK NA CORP.TRUSTEE 15 487,767
2 THOMAS J FEENEY ESQ TRUSTEE 5 0
3 CHESTER R MACPHEE III Trustee 10 110,676

Charitable Activities

No Charitable Activities listed on Form 990-PF Part IX-A
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444 results
Amount ($) Name Purpose Location Year
130,000 LA CAS DE LAS MADRES To provide domestic violence safety net services. San Francisco, CA 2018
115,000 Safe Sound To support their program to provide essential direct services, crisis support and education, including therapeutic childcare, early interventions, mental health services and emergency needs. San Francisco, CA 2018
115,000 Reading Partners To provide support for recruiting and training volunteers to work one-on-one with low income students to improve reading skills to grade level. Oakland, CA 2018
110,000 OAKES CHILDREN'S CENTER INC To support their general operation and core programs. San Francisco, CA 2018
110,000 RAPHAEL HOUSE To provide support services to homeless children and families and expand services to a larger number of recipients. San Francisco, CA 2018
110,000 HOMELESS PRENATAL PROGRAM To provide services for low-income and homeless families. San Francisco, CA 2018
105,000 Larkin Street Youth Services To support their programs for Housing and Support services. San Francisco, CA 2018
100,000 City Youth Now To support programs for youths under court jurisdiction through education and literacy. San Francisco, CA 2018
100,000 Advokids To provide support for legal information, support, and education to advocates for foster children in California. Corte Madera, CA 2018
100,000 ST VINCENT DE PAUL SOCIETY To support Riley Center for Battered Women and their children. San Francisco, CA 2018
95,000 POMEROY REC REHABILITATION CNTR To provide support for the after-school program providing recreational, educational, and vocational facilities and services to individuals with disabilities. San Francisco, CA 2018
90,000 EPISCOPAL COMMUNITY SERVICES OF SF To support for emergency shelter, meals and other safety net services for the homeless. San Francisco, CA 2018
80,000 Stanbridge Academy To support their tuition assistance program for low-income learning disabled students. San Mateo, CA 2018
70,000 Charles Armstrong School To support financial aid for students in special education programs. Belmont, CA 2018
70,000 SAN FRANCISCO AND MARIN FOOD BANK To support and expand Marin Pantry Network and SF Healthy Children Pantry program. San Francisco, CA 2018
65,000 San Francisco CASA To support their program to recruit, train and supervise volunteers to provide individual advocacy and mentoring to foster care kids. San Francisco, CA 2018
60,000 Huckleberry Youth Programs To support their programs to service high-needs youths in San Francisco and Marin. San Francisco, CA 2018
60,000 Second Harvest Food Bank To provide support for their food assistance programs. San Jose, CA 2018
60,000 CURRY SENIOR CENTER To provide services to seniors in the Tenderloin including primary health care, health education and behavioral health. San Francisco, CA 2018
55,000 Swords to Plowshares To provide support services to homeless and low-income vets. San Francisco, CA 2018