Grants awarded

You can search below for information about all grants we awarded. Our grants data is also available in csv format here.

We are committed to transparency, and believe that with better information, grant-makers can be more effective decision makers. In 2017 we started to work with 360Giving to publish information about Arcadia grants (last updated July 2024). Arcadia has waived all copyright and related or neighbouring rights to Arcadia’s grant data, to the extent possible under law, by dedicating it to the public domain with the Creative Commons CC0 waiver. This means the data is freely accessible to anyone to use and share.

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Wende endowment

Towards an endowment for the Wende Museum for collections care and acquisitions and general operations.

$12,500,000

2024

1 year

To support a new staff editor

Towards the costs of a new staff editor for Places Journal - a free scholarly publication dedicated to architecture, landscape and urbanism, and promoting equitable cities and resilient landscapes.

$500,000

2023

5 years

Core support

$22,000

2023

1 year

Endowment fund for fellows

To establish an endowment fund to provide annual fellowships for scholars working at the Center for Jewish History and with the collections of the Center and its partners

$1,000,000

2023

1 year

Mountbatten archives legal case

Towards the final settlement of legal costs incurred by The Andrew Lownie Literary Agency Limited in the campaign to secure public access to the Mountbatten Archive held by the University of Southampton

$46,945

2023

1 year

Post-doctoral fellowships

Towards supporting post-doctoral researchers in the Center for Early Global Studies at UCLA

$552,693

2023

5 years

Bridget Phillips professorship

Support towards a new professorial position in memory of Bridget Phillips at the University of Florida

$200,000

2023

1 year

Documenting Ukraine fellowships

To continue to support journalists, scholars, artists, public intellectuals and archivists based in Ukraine

$540,000

2022

1 year

Director's discretionary fund

Towards supporting open access initiatives at MIT Press, elsewhere in MIT or outside MIT, as identified by the MIT Press Director.

$500,000

2022

3 years

Towards Akhuwat's flood relief work in Pakistan

To provide interest-free micro-loans to rebuild homes and to support businesses and agriculture in areas impacted by the floods in Pakistan

$250,000

2022

1 year

Towards the development phase of a new film by Lizzie MacKenzie.

Towards the development phase of a documentary film.

$26,000

2022

1 year

Digitizing the Arthur and Janet Freeman Biblioteca Fictiva Collection

To digitize and make publicly accessible items from the Arthur and Janet Freeman Bibliotheca Fictiva Collection of rare books and manuscripts on the history of forgery.

$222,825

2022

1 year

Documenting Ukraine fellowships

To support journalists, scholars, artists, public intellectuals and archivists based in Ukraine.

$1,273,300

2022

2 years

Yaeda Valley project

Towards protecting the forested ancestral homeland of the Hadza hunter-gatherers in the Yaeda Valley.

$71,280

2022

1 year

To support people and National Parks impacted by the war in Ukraine.

To support a collaboration between Frankfurt Zoological Society and Foundation Conservation Carpathia to provide equipment and supplies for people in Ukraine's national parks.

$297,500

2022

1 year

To support people and National Parks impacted by the war in Ukraine.

To support a collaboration between Frankfurt Zoological Society and Foundation Conservation Carpathia to provide equipment and supplies for people in Ukraine's national parks.

$297,500

2022

1 year

Meeting room upgrade project

To provide AV equipment to support hybrid meetings at the Center for Jewish History

$73,500

2021

1 year

Borderland Foundation core costs

Towards supporting Borderland (Fundacja Pogranicze) and its programmes.

$100,000

2021

4 years

Towards making materials on Danish Jewish in World War II available to wider audiences

To translate a website and exhibits on Danish Jews deportees to Theresienstadt into Czech, English, German and Swedish.

$26,100

2021

1 year