Following are grants of $20,000 and more made by foundations, companies, and other private sources and published by The Chronicle on January 2, 2014. New grants are now posted daily Monday through Friday.
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|Date Chronicle Announced||Grant Maker||Grant Maker's Location||Subject||How Much Was Given||Description|
|1/2/2014||Wege Foundation||Mich.||Conservation and the environment||$5,000,000||To protect biodiversity in Costa Rica: $5,000,000 over five years to Guanacaste Dry Forest Conservation Fund (Huntington, Vt.).|
|1/2/2014||Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation||N.Y.||Mental health||$601,597||To use use pastoral counselors to address the issues of killing or wounding others among combat trauma survivors: $601,597 over two years to Minnesota Veterans Medical Research and Education Foundation (Minneapolis, Minn.).|
|1/2/2014||Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation||N.Y.||Mental health||$175,000||To test the efficacy of an online behavioral health site for military veterans: $175,000 to Rush U., Medical Center Department of Behavioral Sciences (Chicago, Ill.).|
|1/2/2014||James Irvine Foundation||Calif.||Elections and voting||$400,000||To evaluate a set of voter outreach experiments to identify best practices in nonpartisan voter mobilization: $400,000 over two years to Regents of the University of California (Oakland, Calif.).|
|1/2/2014||New York Community Trust||N.Y.||Homelessness||$120,000||To expand a housing and therapy program for homeless women veterans: $120,000 to Housing Solutions (New York, N.Y.).|
|1/2/2014||New York Community Trust||N.Y.||Homelessness||$50,000||To help homeless men find jobs and housing: $50,000 to Career Gear (New York, N.Y.).|
|1/2/2014||New York Community Trust||N.Y.||Disaster relief||$100,000||To help qualified homeowners get government money to fix their houses after Superstorm Sandy: $100,000 to Neighborhood Housing Services of Staten Island (New York, Neb.).|
|1/2/2014||Carnegie Corporation of New York||N.Y.||Higher education||$500,000||For general support: $500,000 over two years to Complete College America (Indianapolis, Ind.).|
|1/2/2014||Carnegie Corporation of New York||N.Y.||Immigrants and refugees||$1,200,000||For its immigration-policy program: $1,200,000 over two years to Center for American Progress (Washington, D.C.).|
|1/2/2014||Northwest Area Foundation||Minn.||Economic development||$500,000||To strengthen programs and advocacy efforts for nonprofit organizations that help low-income families build wealth: $500,000 over two years to Corporation for Enterprise Development (Washington, D.C.).|