Effective Altruism Funds — Re-Granting Support

Open Philanthropy recommended two grants totaling $7,084,000 over two years to Effective Altruism Funds, via the Centre for Effective Altruism (CEA), to support re-granting by the Effective Altruism Infrastructure Fund and the Long-Term Future Fund. The re-grants will support interventions that aim to increase the impact of effective altruist projects, by increasing those projects’ access to talent, capital, and knowledge.

This falls under our work aimed at growing the community of people working to improve the long-run future.

Charity Entrepreneurship — General Support

Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of $1,616,474 over three years to Charity Entrepreneurship, as general support for their human-centered work. Charity Entrepreneurship conducts research on ideas for highly impactful charities and helps founders create charities that implement those ideas.

Dan Lahav – EA Debate Tournament

Open Philanthropy recommended three grants totaling $5,915 to support the Effective Altruism Debate Championship, hosted virtually in October 2020 in partnership with the World Universities Debate Championship. Part of this funding is intended to support research on the impact of the debate championship on participants’ understanding of effective altruism topics. Another portion was set aside to be allocated by the winning team, who selected the Against Malaria Foundation as the recipient of the funds.

This falls under our work aimed at growing the community of people doing research on humanity’s long-run future.

Victory Briefs Institute — Effective Altruism Curriculum for Debaters

Grant investigator: Bastian Stern

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Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of $95,000 to the Victory Briefs Institute to support the creation of a curriculum and content focused on effective altruism (EA); scholarships for students focused on the EA curriculum track at VBI 2022 (a summer debate camp); and support for guest speaker costs related to EA content.

This falls under our work aimed at growing the community of people working to improve the long-term future.

Atlas Fellowship — Scholarships and Summer Program for Students

Grant investigator: Claire Zabel

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Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of $5,000,000 to the Atlas Fellowship, via the Centre for Effective Altruism, to support a summer program and scholarship funding for talented high school students. The Fellowship is aimed at helping these students pursue highly impactful careers.

This falls under our work aimed at growing the community of people working to improve the long-run future.