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Sept. 20: Exxon Mobil, Helmsley, CalTech, and more

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Exxon Mobil Corporation expects to spend over $120 million on U.S. math and science education through 2012.


Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, awarded three-year, $26 million grant to Jaeb Center for Health Research for type 1 diabetes research.


California Institute of Technology established Terrestrial Hazard Observation and Reporting Center, funded by $6.7 million from Foster and Coco Stanback of Irvine, Calif., and $3.35 million from Gordon and Betty Moore matching program.


Social Impact Exchange received $1.8 million from Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and The Rockefeller Foundation to support growth capital marketplace to connect philanthropists and investors with successful, expansion-ready nonprofits.


David M. Walker, president and CEO, Peter G. Peterson Foundation, leaving to become founder and CEO, Comeback America Initiative, new effort focused on promoting and achieving specific fiscal solutions.

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