Whitaker Foundation Supporting Parks and the Arts
Whitaker Foundation Supporting Parks and the Arts
 
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1996 Annual Report
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1997 Annual Report
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1998 Annual Report
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1999 Annual Report
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2000-2001 Annual Report
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The Whitaker Foundation went online in 2002. Previous year reports are provided here in downloadable Adobe Acrobat PDF format. The file sizes of the Reports are large, so they may take a long time to download on a dial- up connection. To get the latest version of Adobe Acrobat Reader software for free, click here.

 

 

 

Click below to see a list of previous arts grants.

Arts Grants FY15

Year  •   • FY00 • FY01 • FY04 • FY05 • FY06 • FY07 • FY08 • FY09 • FY10 • FY11 • FY12 • FY13 • FY14 • FY15 • FY16 • FY17 • 

Click below to see a list of previous park grants.

Park Grants FY15

Year  •   • FY00 • FY01 • FY04 • FY05 • FY06 • FY07 • FY08 • FY09 • FY10 • FY11 • FY12 • FY13 • FY14 • FY15 • FY16 • FY17 • 
Grace Hill Settlement House$75,000
To support the 2014 concert series.

Missouri Botanical Garden$131,500
This is the first payment of a two year grant totaling $263,000.

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis $75,000
This is the last of a three year grant totaling $250,000.

CityArchRiver Foundation$50,000
This is the first payment of a three year grant totaling $150,000.

Forest ReLeaf of Missouri$15,390
Priority ReLeaf to plant trees in Marquette, St. Louis Place, and Fairground Parks.

Laumeier Sculpture Park$30,000
This is the second of five payments of a grant totaling $150,000 for the Sculpting the Future campaign.

Shakespeare Festival St. Louis$75,000
On behalf of the Trustees of the Whitaker Foundation, I am pleased to inform you that $225,000 is granted in support of the company’s 2015, 2016 and 2017 festival productions in Forest Park. The grant will generally be paid May 1 of each year to place the summer production in sync with the Whitaker Foundation’s fiscal year. But per our recent discussions we are able this year to disperse an early payment in order to better the agency’s cash flow.

The Nine Network of Public Media$25,000
St. Louis Symphony: Live at Nine.

Union Communion Ministries/Ivory Perry Park$10,500
Ivory Perry Park Concert Series 2015.

 
 
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