The Lynde and Harry BRADLEY FOUNDATION

2008 Annual Report

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Foundation Bradley Foundation

Seated, lef t to right: Thomas L. Rhodes, Chairman Emeritus Michael W. Grebe, President & CEO Terry Considine, Chairman David V. Uihlein, Jr., Vice Chairman Standing, lef t to right: George F. Will Robert P George . Patrick J. Toomey Thomas L. Smallwood San W. Orr, Jr. Dennis J. Kuester Brother Bob Smith

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Foundation Bradley Foundation Officers
Terry Considine, Chairman David V. Uihlein, Jr., Vice Chairman Michael W. Grebe, President & CEO Thomas L. Smallwood, Secretary Daniel P. Schmidt, Vice President for Program Cynthia K. Friauf, Vice President for Finance, Treasurer & Assistant Secretary R. Michael Lempke, Vice President for Investments Mandy L. Hess, Assistant Treasurer Terri L. Famer, Assistant Secretary

Program Staff
Daniel P. Schmidt, Vice President for Program Dianne J. Sehler, Director of Academic, International and Cultural Programs Michael E. Hartmann, Director of Research and Evaluation Alicia L. Manning, Director of New Citizenship Programs Janet F. Riordan, Director of Community Programs William J. Bergeron, Librarian Dionne M. Denham, Program Assistant

Finance and Investment Staff
Cynthia K. Friauf, Vice President for Finance R. Michael Lempke, Vice President for Investments Mandy L. Hess, Controller Yvonne Engel, Grants Administrator Judy L. Peters, Accountant

Administrative Staff
Terri L. Famer, Director of Administration Clement Mariaselvanayagam, Network Administrator Diane M. Lask, Receptionist/Clerical Assistant Amber Heller, Office Assistant Gary J. Cavender, Operations Dennis H. Grueneberg, Operations

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Table of Contents
Bradley Brothers’ Legacy ............................................................................................ 6 Current Program Interests ......................................................................................... 7 Grantmaking Policies .................................................................................................. 9 Application Procedure .............................................................................................. 10 Grants Awarded .......................................................................................................... 11 Donor Intent Program ............................................................................................. 33 Bradley Prizes ............................................................................................................. 36 Financial Highlights ................................................................................................. 39

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Bradley Brothers’ Legacy

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n 1903, Lynde and Harry Bradley established a new business in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It took courage and confidence for them to risk resources in a new venture, based only on their judgment of what was and their vision of what could be. The Bradleys’ confidence was bolstered by the knowledge that in America, not only were they free to start a business, they could also begin again if they failed. The Bradleys, however, would not fail. Their business grew to become the Allen-Bradley Company. When the Allen-Bradley Company was acquired by Rockwell International Corporation in 1985, a significant portion of the proceeds was dedicated to establishing The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation. Although it has no direct ties to the Allen-Bradley Company, the purpose of the Foundation is to commemorate Lynde and Harry Bradley by preserving and extending the principles and philosophy by which they lived and upon which they built the company. As their efforts succeeded, their business grew and eventually extended far beyond its Milwaukee headquarters. Lynde and Harry Bradley remained devoted to the city where they began their enterprise and in which they lived and worked for so many years. Their foundation will continue the Bradleys’ interest in helping to improve the quality of life in the Milwaukee metropolitan area. The Bradleys lived and worked according to several philosophical principles. They believed that, over time, the consequences of ideas were more decisive than the force of political or economic movements. They recognized the interdependence of human endeavors—cultural, educational, philosophical, economic—and they rejected exclusionary emphasis on any single element. The brothers had an abiding belief in the dignity and decency of each person. They felt that only in an environment of political and economic freedom could individuals develop their talents, hone their skills and intellects, and contribute to the improvement of the human condition. The success of the Allen-Bradley Company stands as eloquent testimony to the enduring quality of these principles. The Bradley brothers were committed to preserving and defending the tradition of free representative government and private enterprise that has enabled the American nation and, in a larger sense, the entire Western world to flourish intellectually and economically. The Bradleys believed that the good society is a free society. The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation is likewise devoted to strengthening American democratic capitalism and the institutions, principles and values that sustain and nurture it. Its programs support limited, competent government; a dynamic marketplace for economic, intellectual, and cultural activity; and a vigorous defense at home and abroad of American ideas and institutions. In addition, recognizing that responsible self-government depends on enlightened citizens and informed public opinion, the Foundation supports scholarly studies and academic achievement.

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Program Current Program Interests

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he Foundation’s Board, on occasion, undertakes to define and redefine its current program interests. At present, the Foundation aims to encourage projects that focus on cultivating a renewed, healthier, and more vigorous sense of citizenship among the American people, and among peoples of other nations, as well. The free society so central to the convictions and success of the Bradley brothers rests upon and is intended to nurture a solid foundation of competent, self-governing citizens, who are understood to be fully capable of and personally responsible for making the major political, economic, and moral decisions that shape their own lives, and the lives of their children. Such decisions are made on the basis of common sense, received wisdom, traditional values, and everyday moral understandings, which are in turn nurtured and passed on to future generations by healthy families, churches, neighborhoods, voluntary associations, schools, and other valuegenerating “mediating structures.” This expansive understanding of citizenship is being challenged today, however, by contemporary forces and ideas that regard individuals more as passive and helpless victims of powerful external forces than as personally responsible, self-governing citizens, and that foster a deep skepticism about citizenly values and mediating structures. Consequently, authority and accountability tend to flow away from citizens toward centralized, bureaucratic, “service-providing” institutions that claim to be peculiarly equipped to cope with those external forces on behalf of their “clients.” This systematic disenfranchisement of the citizen, and the consequent erosion of citizenly mediating structures, pose grave threats to the free society that the Bradley brothers cherished. In light of these considerations, projects likely to be supported by the Foundation will generally share these assumptions:
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They will treat free men and women as genuinely self-governing, personally responsible citizens, not as victims or clients. They will aim to restore the intellectual and cultural legitimacy of citizenly common sense, the received wisdom of experience, everyday morality, and personal character, refurbishing their roles as reliable guideposts of everyday life. They will seek to reinvigorate and reempower the traditional, local institutions—families, schools, churches, and neighborhoods—that provide training in and room for the exercise of genuine citizenship, that pass on everyday morality to the next generation, and that cultivate personal character. They will encourage decentralization of power and accountability away from centralized, bureaucratic, national institutions back to the states, localities, and revitalized mediating structures where citizenship is more fully realized.

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Program Current Program Interests

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n addition to these thematic considerations, eligible projects will exhibit these features: They may address any arena of public life—economics, politics, culture, or civil society—where citizenship as here understood is an important issue. It is important to note that our view of citizenship is not primarily concerned with promoting civics education, voter awareness or turn-out, or similar activities narrowly focused on voting and elections. They may address the problem of citizenship at home or abroad, where the fall of many (and the perpetuation of some) totalitarian regimes has made this issue particularly urgent. In light of our emphasis on decentralization, and considering the Foundation’s deep roots in Milwaukee and Wisconsin—areas with proud traditions of innovation and experimentation in democratic citizenship— community and state projects will be of particular interest to us. Such projects will aim to improve the life of the community through increasing cultural and educational opportunities, grass-roots economic development, and effective and humane social and health services, reflecting where possible the Foundation’s focus on the resuscitation of citizenship. Projects may be actual demonstrations of the resuscitation of citizenship in the economic, political, cultural, or social realms; policy research and writing about approaches encouraging that resuscitation; academic research and writing that explore the intellectual roots of citizenship, its decline, and prospects for revival; and popular writing and media projects that illustrate for a broader public audience the themes of citizenship.

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Much of the creative and energetic leadership essential for a renewal of citizenship will be supplied by gifted individuals, who must receive challenging and stimulating programs and instruction at all levels of their education. The Foundation supports programs that research the needs of gifted children and techniques of providing education for students with superior skills and/or intelligence. Research programs investigating how learning occurs in gifted children and demonstration programs of instruction are to be considered.

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Policies Grantmaking Policies

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he programs and funding decisions of the Bradley Foundation are the responsibility of the Board of Directors. At the discretion of the Board, the policies set forth herein will be modified in response to changing conditions and priorities. The guidelines established by the Board of Directors will normally preclude funding for unspecified and undetailed overhead costs. No funds will be authorized for fees payable to fund-raising counsel. In addition, grants without significant import to the Foundation’s areas of interest will only under special conditions be considered for endowment or deficit-financing purposes. The Foundation will:
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Normally award grants only to organizations and institutions exempt from federal taxation under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and publicly supported under Section 509(a)(1), (2) or (3); Favor projects that are not normally financed by public tax funds; Consider requests for building projects and limit grants to a fraction of the total project cost.

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Grantees must possess the resources to properly administer grants from the Foundation. The Foundation conducts an annual evaluation of grants, and grantees are asked to provide periodic reports on the progress of their work.

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Procedure Application Procedure

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wo steps are required in the application process. First, the applicant should prepare a brief letter of inquiry, describing the applicant’s organization and intended project. If the Foundation determines the project to be within its current program interests, the applicant will be invited to submit a formal proposal. The second step is the actual submission of the proposal. Applicants should submit a letter presenting a concise description of the project, its objectives and significance, and the qualifications of the organizations and individuals involved. Included with the letter should be a project budget, the amount of the grant sought from the Bradley Foundation, and other sources of support. The applicant should complete the “Grantee Tax Exempt Status Information” form included with the Program Guidelines and submit a copy of the IRS letter confirming the organization’s tax-exempt and public-support status under Sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a), respectively, of the Internal Revenue Code. Meetings between the Foundation staff and applicants, when necessary, will be arranged after the receipt of a written proposal. Final authority for making grants rests with the Board of Directors, which meets four times a year, February, May or June, August, and November. The Directors act on grant requests after proposals have been comprehensively reviewed by Foundation staff. Each proposal is reviewed according to its unique characteristics. To be considered at one of these meetings, proposals should be submitted by the following dates: December 1, March 1, June 1, September 1. Whenever possible, proposals submitted by these deadlines will be considered at the next Board meeting. However, circumstances may sometimes require a lengthier period of review. Because of the necessarily limited resources of the Foundation, many worthwhile projects cannot be supported. The demands on the Foundation’s resources also limit the size of particular grants and the ability of the Foundation to make commitments for extended periods. For more information about the Bradley Foundation, including our guidelines for submitting proposals, please visit our web site at www.bradleyfdn.org. March 2009

Proposals and inquiries should be sent to: Grants Program The Bradley Foundation 1241 North Franklin Place Milwaukee, WI 53202-2901 Phone (414) 291-9915 Fax (414) 291-9991

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

Improve Education
“Recognizing that responsible self-government depends on enlightened citizens and informed public Foundation opinion, the Foundation supports scholarly studies and academic achievement.” Bradley Foundation grants in this area are made as part of our commitment to helping insure the widest possible universe of educational options for all parents and families. Bradley’s grants aim to protect and expand full school choice and charter schools for all students in Milwaukee and around the country, raise the level of services for gifted students in our community, the state, and the nation, and improve curriculum standards and accountability for all schools.

School Choice and Charter Schools
EDUCATION ALLIANCE FOR CHOICE IN EDUCATION
Denver, Colorado

EXCELLENT EDUCATION EVERY EXCELLENT EDUCATION FOR EVERYONE
Newark, New Jersey

To support general operations 25,000 FLORIDA SCHOOL CHOICE FUND FLORIDA
Tampa, Florida

25,000

To support public education ALLIANCE FOR SCHOOL CHOICE
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations 50,000

50,000

To support general operations

FOUNDA EDUCATION FOUNDATION FOR EDUCATION REFORM & ACCOUNTABILITY ACCOUNTABILITY
Clifton Park, New York

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY RESEARCH RESEARCH
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations GREATSCHOOLS.NET GREATSCHOOLS.NET

100,000

To support the Future of American Education Project

25,000

San Francisco, California

To support GreatSchools Milwaukee HISPANIC HISPANIC COUNCIL FOR REFORM AND EDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONAL OPTIONS
Washington, D.C.

50,000

BLACK EDUCATIONAL BLACK ALLIANCE FOR EDUCATIONAL OPTIONS
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations and the annual meeting To support the Milwaukee chapter EDUCATION CENTER FOR EDUCATION REFORM
Washington, D.C.

150,000 75,000

To support general operations

25,000

HOOVER REVOL OLUTION HOOVER INSTITUTION ON WAR, REVOLUTION PEACE AND PEACE
Stanford, California

To support general operations CHARTER CHARTER SCHOOL GROWTH FUND
Broomfield, Colorado

50,000

To support the American Public Education Initiative HOPE CHRISTIAN SCHOOLS

200,000

To support general operations To support a session on forward-looking education-reform options

3,000,000 25,000

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support The Hope Institute

75,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

COHOPE ONLINE LEARNING ACADEMY CO - OP
Centennial, Colorado

TEACH TEACH FOR AMERICA
New York, New York

To support general operations JAMES MADISON INSTITUTE
Tallahassee, Florida

25,000

To support expanded recruitment efforts THOMAS B. FORDHAM INSTITUTE
Washington, D.C.

25,000

To support an education summit KIPP FOUNDATION FOUNDA
San Francisco, California

15,000

To support the Midwest Education Talent Network WASHINGTON SCHOLARSHIP FUND WASHINGTON
Washington, D.C.

100,000

To support a knowledge-sharing infrastructure MIDCATHOLIC MID -ATLANTIC CATHOLIC SCHOOLS CONSORTIUM CONSORTIUM
Annapolis, Maryland

50,000

To support general operations

100,000

Gif ted Education
75,000 INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATIONAL ADVANCEMENT EDUCATIONAL ADV
South Pasadena, California

To support general operations

MMAC SUPPORT FOUNDA MMAC COMMUNITY SUPPORT FOUNDATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations To support the Bradley Seminar To support technology development

150,000 100,000 60,000

To support a conference on education reform PACIFIC RESEARCH PACIFIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
San Francisco, California

10,000

To support education studies PARENTS CHALLENGE
Colorado Springs, Colorado

50,000

ACADEMICALLY WISCONSIN CENTER FOR ACADEMICALLY TALENTED YOUTH
Madison, Wisconsin

To support student scholarships FOUNDA PARENTS IN CHARGE FOUNDATION
Fairfax, Virginia

25,000

To support general operations

100,000

Accountability Curriculum, Standards and Accountability
50,000 COMMON CORE
Washington, D.C.

To support school-choice activities

PARTNERS ADV VALUES EDUCATION PARTNERS ADVANCING VALUES IN EDUCATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations

50,000

To support scholarships SCHOOL CHOICE ILLINOIS
Chicago, Illinois

400,000

GILDER LEHRMAN INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN HISTORY HISTORY
New York, New York

To support general operations FOUNDA SEED FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

25,000

To support general operations, teaching institutes for Milwaukee teachers, and history schools in Milwaukee INTERCOLLEGIA COLLEGIATE INTERCOLLEGIATE STUDIES INSTITUTE

200,000

To support national expansion

100,000

Wilmington, Delaware

To support the Civic Literacy Project TOTAL IMPROVE EDUCATION TOTAL IMPROVE EDUCATION

250,000 5,885,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

Prosperity Promote Economic Growth and Prosperity
“The Bradley brothers were committed to preserving and defending the tradition of free representative government and private enterprise Western economically.” that has enabled the American nation, and, in a larger sense, the entire Western world to flourish intellectually and economically.” Consonant with its purpose the Foundation supports projects designed to secure a growing and prosperous economy, and, in doing so, better the prospect for the good life for all our citizens. To that end grants are made to affect government policies which lighten overall tax and regulatory burdens, open up the current retirement security system to informed individual preferences, and diminish government’s role in health care by promoting the benefits of incentive-based healthcare models.

General
CARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH NATIONAL BUREAU RESEARCH
Cambridge, Massachusetts

To support research on federal income tax policy 40,000 TAX FOUNDA TAX FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

95,628

To support the Gailliot Center for Public Policy FOUNDA FREEDOMWORKS FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations and the Center for Legal Reform 25,000

40,000

To support general operations

Regulation
COMPETITIVE ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE
Washington, D.C.

MASSACHUSETTS TECHNOLOGY MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY
Cambridge, Massachusetts

To support the Public Economics Workshop

16,500

To support general operations NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH NATIONAL BUREAU RESEARCH
Cambridge, Massachusetts

35,000

To support the Economics of National Security program and the Summer Institute

Entitlements
110,000 HOOVER REVOL OLUTION HOOVER INSTITUTION ON WAR, REVOLUTION PEACE AND PEACE
Stanford, California

PACIFIC ADV PACIFIC ACADEMY FOR ADVANCED STUDIES
Aliso Viejo, California

To support the Alamos Alliance conference COASE RONALD COASE INSTITUTE
Chevy Chase, Maryland

50,000

To support a task force on health-care policy

100,000

NATIONAL ANALYSIS NATIONAL CENTER FOR POLICY ANALYSIS
Dallas, Texas

To support general operations CHICAGO UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Chicago, Illinois

50,000

To support general operations and a distinguished fellowship TEXAS TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY
College Station, Texas

150,000

To support the George J. Stigler Center for the Study of the Economy and the State

170,000

To support policy research on health-care reform TOTAL TOTAL PROMOTE ECONOMIC GROWTH AND PROSPERITY

90,000

Taxes and Spending
FOUNDA AMERICANS FOR PROSPERITY FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

997,128

To support the Wisconsin chapter

25,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

Revitalize Civil Society
Foundation healthier, “The Foundation aims to encourage projects that focus on cultivating a renewed, healthier, and more vigorous sense of citizenship among the American people, and among peoples of other nations, as well.” The Bradley Foundation’s “New Citizenship” grantmaking agenda seeks to further the interests of or directly assist community-based, voluntary, grassroots and faith-based groups. The Foundation aims to reinvigorate and renew traditional, local institutions such as families, schools, churches, and neighborhoods, as they provide opportunities for the exercise of genuine citizenship.

International
CHURCH AID TO THE CHURCH IN RUSSIA
Great Falls, Virginia

CULTURAL COLLABORATION COMMITTEE FOR CULTURAL COLLABORATION
Rome, Italy

To support the translation and publication of Vatican II documents FOUNDA BENEDICTUS FOUNDATION
Munich, Germany

To support general program activities related to promoting contact between Eastern and Western Christianity 21,850

55,000

CONSILIUM CONFERENTIARUM EPISCOPORUM EUROPAE EUROPAE
St. Gallen, Switzerland

To support the Institute for Business Anthropology at the University of Munich 35,000 CATHOLIC FAMILY & HUMAN RIGHTS CATHOLIC FAMILY INSTITUTE
Washington, D.C.

To support a forum on the family

140,000

EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVE EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVE FOR CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE
Arlington, Virginia

To support an international conference 25,000 To support general operations FOUNDA RENEWAL FOUNDATION FOR AMERICAN RENEWAL
Indianapolis, Indiana

50,000 35,000

To support a summit of European civil-society leaders

CATHOLIC WELFARE ASSOCIATION CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION
New York, New York

To support a seminar on Islam at the Dominican Institute of Oriental Studies CATO CATO INSTITUTE
Washington, D.C.

To support the planning of a commission 25,000 FREEDOM HOUSE
Washington, D.C.

60,000

To support general operations 200,000

150,000

To support a fellowship at the Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity

GERMAN MARSHALL FUND OF THE UNITED STA STATES
Washington, D.C.

RESEARCH CENTER FOR ECONOMIC RESEARCH AND GRADUA EDUCATION GRADUATE EDUCATION
Ann Arbor, Michigan

To support the Transatlantic Academy

300,000

To support research and education in the Czech Republic

25,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

HUDSON INSTITUTE
Washington, D.C.

FOUNDA PRO ORIENTE FOUNDATION
Vienna, Austria

To support the Center for Religious Freedom To support a study of private investment in Rwanda ENGAGEMENT INSTITUTE FOR GLOBAL ENGAGEMENT
Washington, D.C.

50,000 100,000

To support the translation and publication of a conference publication and a research project on the Union of Brest

38,900

DEMOCRACIES PROJECT ON TRANSITIONAL DEMOCRACIES
Washington, D.C.

To support the “Frontiers of Freedom” project 150,000 35,000 RUSSIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH ORTHODO CHURCH THODOX
Vienna, Austria

75,000

To support general operations To support The Review of Faith & International Affairs

INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ENTERPRISES INTERNATIONAL
Lakewood, Colorado

To support a requiem concert for and commemoration of the victims of communism and the Europaica website To support the publishing and printing of an album

90,000 50,000

To support general operations

20,000

INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE MARRIAGE FAMILY FOR STUDIES IN MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
Gaming, Austria

To support the MTS degree program and a symposium LAY AT FOYER UNITAS LAY CENTRE AT FOYER UNITAS
Rome, Itlay

ADALBER ALBERT SAINT ADALBERT CENTER OF INSTRUCTION
Budapest, Hungary

75,000

To support meetings and conferences MICHAEL’S SAINT MICHAEL’S CHOIR SCHOOL
Toronto, Canada

35,000

To support general operations MANHATT TTAN MANHATTAN INSTITUTE FOR POLICY RESEARCH RESEARCH
New York, New York

25,000

To support a concert SAT NORTH SAT-7 NORTH AMERICA
Hastings, Minnesota

20,000

To support a project on crime and violence in the Americas

To support television programming for women and children 70,000 CATHOLIC EDUCATION UKRAINIAN CATHOLIC EDUCATION FOUNDA FOUNDATION
Chicago, Illinois

25,000

NATIONAL DEMOCRACY NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR DEMOCRACY
Washington, D.C.

To support an evaluation of democracy assistance To support the Journal of Democracy PONTIFICAL INSTITUTE OF ARABIC AND ISLAMIC STUDIES
Rome, Italy

100,000 80,000

To support general operations COMMUNICATIONS URBI ET ORBI COMMUNICATIONS
New Hope, Kentucky

105,000

To support creation of an international institute To support Inside the Vatican

300,000 80,000

To support various activities in interfaith dialogue 150,000 To support the Bradley Lecture and academic programs 25,000 U.S. COMMITTEE FOR HUMAN RIGHTS IN NORTH NORTH KOREA
Washington, D.C.

To support a tour of pianist Kim Cheol-Woong

10,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

VICTIMS OF COMMUNISM MEMORIAL FOUNDA FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

CALVIN CALVIN COLLEGE
Grand Rapids, Michigan

To support the virtual Global Museum on Communism FOUNDA WE REMEMBER FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

50,000

To support a project on religion, civic responsibility, and renewing the American Experiment 96,800 CENTER FOR NEIGHBORHOOD ENTERPRISE
Washington, D.C.

To support democracy promotion in Belarus WITHERSPOON INSTITUTE
Princeton, New Jersey

20,000

To support general operations CIVIL SOCIETY PROJECT
Lancaster, Pennsylvania

500,000

To support the Latin America Study Group and a conference on natural law WORLDFUND
New York, New York

To support general operations 100,000 COLLEGIATE CULTURAL FOUNDA COLLEGIATE CULTURAL FOUNDATION
Media, Pennsylvania

50,000

To support a conference of The Love and Fidelity Network 25,000 NORTHWEST FAMILIES NORTHWEST
Bellevue, Washington

30,000

To support the Inter-American Partnership for Education

National
STUDY ACTON INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF LIBERTY RELIGION AND LIBERTY
Grand Rapids, Michigan

To support general operations FELLOWSHIP OF ST. JAMES ST.
Chicago, Illinois

25,000

To support general operations 90,000 HERITA FOUNDA HERITAGE FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

25,000

To support general operations AMERICAN COUNCIL OF TRUSTEES AND ALUMNI ALUMNI
Washington, D.C.

To support the First Principles Initiative HUDSON INSTITUTE 50,000
Washington, D.C.

50,000

To support The Bradley Project on America’s National Identity BAYLOR BAYLOR UNIVERSITY
Waco, Texas

To support the Center for American Common Culture VALUES INSTITUTE FOR AMERICAN VALUES

25,000

To support maintenance of the Keston Center for Religion, Politics & Society archives BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Boston, Massachusetts

15,000

New York, New York

To support general operations

100,000

RESEARCH POVER VERTY INSTITUTE FOR RESEARCH ON POVERTY
Madison, Wisconsin

To support an Institute on Culture, Religion and World Affairs project on Evangelical scholarship

95,000

To support a conference on faith-based organizations

15,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

LIBRARY LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
Washington, D.C.

UNION UNIVERSITY
Jackson, Tennessee

To support the “New Visitors Experience” MANHATT TTAN MANHATTAN INSTITUTE FOR POLICY RESEARCH RESEARCH
New York, New York

500,000

To support the “Making Men Moral” conference MINNESOTA UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA
Minneapolis, Minnesota

30,000

To support general operations MARRIAGE SAVERS MARRIAGE SAVERS
Potomac, Maryland

200,000

To support analysis of data on divorcing couples and an evaluation of marriage reconciliation services

55,000

To support Community Marriage Policies NATIONAL NATIONAL COUNCIL FOR ADOPTION
Alexandria, Virginia

75,000

WESTCHESTER INSTITUTE FOR ETHICS & THE HUMAN PERSON
Thornwood, New York

To support the Scholars Forum 20,000 10-34 WISCONSIN 115,000
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

25,000

To support the Infant Adoption Revival Project NATIONAL FATHERHOOD INITIATIVE NATIONAL FATHERHOOD INITIATIVE
Gaithersburg, Maryland

L ocal

To support general operations To support a project in conjunction with the Milwaukee Fatherhood Initiative and an initiative involving professional sports leagues

To support general operations ACTS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION CORPORATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

15,000

100,000

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION MARRIAGE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MARRIAGE
Princeton, New Jersey

To support general operations ALMA CENTER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

107,000

To support the “Faith in Marriage” initiative RENEWAL RENEWAL FORUM
Washington, D.C.

50,000

To support general operations 90,000 ASSET BUILDERS OF AMERICA
Madison, Wisconsin

30,000

To support general operations

SAGAMORE RESEARCH SAGAMORE INSTITUTE FOR POLICY RESEARCH
Indianapolis, Indiana

To support general operations MILW BASICS IN MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

40,000

To support general operations To support a fellowship FOUNDA SAND COUNTY FOUNDATION
Madison, Wisconsin

50,000 50,000

To support general operations SERVICES BETHANY CHRISTIAN SERVICES
Waukesha, Wisconsin

25,000

To support the Bradley Fund for the Environment 900,000 To support the “Water as a Crop” project 75,000

To expand the Abstinence Education Program MILW BOTTOMLESS CLOSET MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

10,000

To support general operations

15,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

BURLEIGH STREET COMMUNITY CORPORATION DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

INTERCESSION INTERCESSION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations 35,000 LATINO LATINO COMMUNITY CENTER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

20,000

To support general operations

CENTER FOR NEIGHBORHOOD ENTERPRISE
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations

100,000

To support the Violence-Free Zone Initiative in Milwaukee CENTER FOR POLICY STUDIES
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

200,000

LEGACY REDEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LEGACY CORPORATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations 20,000 LIGHTHOUSE YOUTH CENTER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

20,000

To support “Milwaukee Student Voices” CITY ON A HILL
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations 20,000

35,000

To support general operations FAMILY FAMILY HOUSE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

CHURCH REFORMATION LUTHERAN CHURCH OF THE REFORMATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support neighborhood-outreach ministry 125,000 MILW SERVICE MILWAUKEE COMMUNITY SERVICE CORPS
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

30,000

To support general operations FOUNDA GREAT MARRIAGE FOUNDATION FOR A GREAT MARRIAGE
Green Bay, Wisconsin

To support the Spirituality Team 35,000 MILW TRACK CLUB MILWAUKEE STRIDERS TRACK CLUB
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

10,000

To support general operations CLUB GRAND AVENUE CLUB
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations 40,000

10,000

To support general operations GREATER MILW FOUNDA GREATER MILWAUKEE FOUNDATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

COA ASSOCIATION MINORITY CHRISTIAN COACHES ASSOCIATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations 100,000 MY HOME, YOUR HOME
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

40,000

To support the Nonprofit Management Fund of Milwaukee MILW GUEST HOUSE OF MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations To support volunteer management activities HEARTLO TLOVE PLACE HEARTLOVE PLACE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

15,000

15,000

NEW BEGINNINGS ARE POSSIBLE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations To support general operations HOPE STREET MINISTRIES
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

15,000

10,000

NEW CONCEPT SELF DEVELOPMENT CENTER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations To support general operations 40,000

50,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

CREATURES OUTREACH NEW CREATURES IN CHRIST OUTREACH MINISTRY MINISTRY
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

SCHOOL SISTERS OF SAINT FRANCIS
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations NEW HORIZON CENTER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

10,000

To support the Layton Boulevard West Neighbors program SERENITY INNS
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

40,000

To support general operations NIA IMANI FAMILY FAMILY
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

25,000

To support general operations TEEN CHALLENGE OF WISCONSIN
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

15,000

To support general operations NORTHCOTT NORTHCOTT NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

25,000

To support general operations UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON
Madison, Wisconsin

15,000

To support the Wisconsin Fresh Start Program

25,000

To support the Promoting Economic Growth and Prosperity in Milwaukee project WAY CONSERV WALNUT WAY CONSERVATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

25,000

NORTHWEST NORTHWEST SIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION CORPORATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations PARENTING NETWORK
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

25,000

To support general operations

15,000

EVANGELICAL WISCONSIN EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN SYNOD
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support the VIP Dads program PARTNERS SACRED PLACES PARTNERS FOR SACRED PLACES
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

15,000

To support the Model English Language Outreach Program WORD OF HOPE MINISTRIES
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

30,000

To support the New Dollars/New Partners program 15,000 GREATER MILW REBUILDING TOGETHER GREATER MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations YOUTH DEVELOPMENT BOOT CAMP
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

20,000

To support general operations SERVICES RESIDENTIAL LIVING SERVICES
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

15,000

To support general operations TOTAL REVITALIZE TOTAL REVITALIZE CIVIL SOCIETY

20,000 8,244,550

To support general operations

75,000

ORGANIZATION RUNNING REBELS COMMUNITY ORGANIZATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations SAMARITAN SAMARITAN INN MINISTRIES
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

60,000

To support Oakton Manor

20,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

Private Strengthen Private Initiative
“The brothers had an abiding belief in the dignity and decency of each person. They felt that only in an environment of economic and political freedom could individuals develop their talents, hone their skills and intellect, and contribute to the improvement of the human condition.” To commemorate the Bradley brothers’ deep belief in enabling all to better their lives, the Foundation makes grants which respect and enhance the rights of all people to offer their labor and talents on their own individual terms. A special interest of Bradley’s philanthropy in this regard is seeking to help others develop their own philanthropy consistent with those of the two brothers.

Employee Rights
ASSOCIATION EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICAN EDUCATORS
Mission Viejo, California

Public-Interest Legal Reform and Public-Interest Law
HEALTH AMERICAN COUNCIL ON SCIENCE AND HEALTH
New York, New York

To support general operations FACTS CENTER FOR UNION FACTS
Washington, D.C.

200,000

To support general operations TORT FOUNDA AMERICAN TORT REFORM FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

25,000

To support public education EVERGREEN FREEDOM FOUNDATION FOUNDA
Olympia, Washington

500,000

To support the American Justice Partnership BECKET FUND FOR RELIGIOUS LIBERTY LIBERTY
Washington, D.C.

500,000

To support the Labor Policy Center HERITA FOUNDA HERITAGE FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

40,000

To support general operations CENTER FOR COMPETITIVE POLITICS
Alexandria, Virginia

75,000

To support a labor-policy fellow INDEPENDENCE INSTITUTE
Golden, Colorado

20,000

To support litigation and public-education efforts

20,000

To support the Education Labor Project NATIONAL NATIONAL LEGAL AND POLICY CENTER
Washington, D.C.

100,000

LAW FEDERALIST SOCIETY FOR LAW AND PUBLIC POLICY STUDIES
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations and the Young Scholars Initiative GOLDWA GOLDWATER INSTITUTE
Phoenix, Arizona

275,000

To support the Organized Labor Accountability Project

20,000

NATIONAL NATIONAL RIGHT TO WORK LEGAL DEFENSE FOUNDA FOUNDATION
Springfield, Virginia

To support the Center for Constitutional Litigation HANOVER HANOVER INSTITUTE
Windsor, Vermont

20,000

To support general operations

75,000

To support legal expenses

100,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE
Arlington, Virginia

HUDSON INSTITUTE
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations PACIFIC RESEARCH PACIFIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
San Francisco, California

135,000

To support the Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal PACIFIC RESEARCH PACIFIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE
San Francisco, California

440,000

To support legal studies WASHINGTON LEGAL FOUNDATION WASHINGTON FOUNDA
Washington, D.C.

25,000

To support an analysis of proposed reporting requirements for foundations in California PHILANTHROPY ROUNDTABLE ROUNDTABLE
Washington, D.C.

26,000

To support legal-reform activities and the Investor Protection Program

40,000

To support general operations

250,000

Equal Opportunity and Individual Liberty
AMERICAN CIVIL RIGHTS INSTITUTE
Sacramento, California

TOTAL STRENGTHEN PRIVA TOTAL STRENGTHEN PRIVATE INITIATIVE INITIATIVE

4,361,000

To support general operations and public education about governmental race- and sex-preferential policies and practices Continued support of public education about governmental race- and sex-preferential policies and practices EQUAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER FOR EQUAL OPPORTUNITY
Sterling, Virginia

1,000,000

100,000

To support general operations INDIVIDUAL CENTER FOR INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS
Washington, D.C.

100,000

To support general operations UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
New York, New York

90,000

To support a project on identity management

100,000

Philanthropy
CAPITAL RESEARCH CAPITAL RESEARCH CENTER
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations

85,000

21

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Advance Freedom Defend and Advance Freedom
Lynde Foundation “The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation is likewise devoted to strengthening American democratic capitalism and the institutions, principles and values that sustain and nurture it. Its programs support limited, competent government, and a vigorous defense at home and abroad of American ideas and institutions.” The Foundation’s grantmaking traditionally is directed to projects and institutions contributing in an important way to the development and implementation of a defense and security policy that defends American interests at home and abroad. It seeks to encourage those who work vigorously to defend the tradition of free representative government.

FOUNDA ABDORRAHMAN BOROUMAND FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

RELATIONS COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
New York, New York

To support general operations AMERICAN COMMITTEES ON FOREIGN RELATIONS RELATIONS
Washington, D.C.

40,000

To support a research project on guerilla warfare FOREIGN POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE RESEARCH
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

25,000

To support the national speakers program AMERICAN FOREIGN POLICY COUNCIL
Washington, D.C.

30,000

To support the Center for the Study of America and the West

100,000

FOUNDA DEMOCRACIES FOUNDATION FOR DEFENSE OF DEMOCRACIES
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations

150,000

To support research and public education To support academic programs HUDSON INSTITUTE
Washington, D.C.

190,000 100,000

ASSOCIATION GRADUA ASSOCIATION OF GRADUATES OF THE UNITED ARY STA MILITAR STATES MILITARY ACADEMY
West Point, New York

To support the Simon Center for the Professional Military Ethic 150,000 IMMIGRATION CENTER FOR IMMIGRATION STUDIES
Washington, D.C.

To support the Center on Islam, Democracy and the Future of the Muslim World To support a visiting fellowship

225,000 100,000

To support general operations CENTER FOR SECURITY POLICY
Washington, D.C.

25,000 FOUNDA HUMAN RIGHTS FOUNDATION
New York, New York

To support general operations 100,000

40,000

To support general operations and the Hemispheric Security Project

ANALYSIS INSTITUTE FOR FOREIGN POLICY ANALYSIS
Cambridge, Massachusetts

STRATEGIC BUDGETAR ARY CENTER FOR STRATEGIC AND BUDGETARY ASSESSMENTS
Washington, D.C.

To support a project on democracy in Latin America To support general operations of the Washington, D.C. office

150,000 115,000

To support research and education

100,000

22

Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
Washington, D.C.

NATIONAL STRATEG INFORMATION TEGY NATIONAL STRATEGY INFORMATION CENTER
Washington, D.C.

To support the Culture of Lawfulness education program STUDY INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF WAR
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations 200,000 NAV FOUNDA NAVAL WAR COLLEGE FOUNDATION
Newport, Rhode Island

400,000

To support general operations INSTITUTE OF WORLD POLITICS
Washington, D.C.

30,000

To support the Center for the Study of Irregular Warfare and Armed Groups UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PENNSYLV
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

150,000

To support general operations JOHNS HOPKINS UNIVERSITY

30,000

To support the Strategic Studies program TOTAL ADV TOTAL DEFEND AND ADVANCE FREEDOM

41,000

SCHOOL OF ADVANCED INTERNATIONAL STUDIES Washington, D.C.

2,981,000

To support the Strategic Studies program To support a seminar series on U.S. foreign policy MIDDLE EAST FORUM
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

25,000 20,000

To support program activities

75,000

RESEARCH MIDDLE EAST MEDIA RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Washington, D.C.

To support program activities STA MISSISSIPPI STATE UNIVERSITY
Mississippi State, Mississippi

50,000

To support a project on Asian energy security Continued support of a project on Asian energy security NATIONAL BUREAU RESEARCH NATIONAL BUREAU OF ASIAN RESEARCH
Seattle, Washington

20,000 40,000

To support the Strategic Asia Program, the Pyle Center for Northeast Asian Studies, and a conference on China’s military capabilities

235,000

NATIONAL FOUNDA NATIONAL DEFENSE COUNCIL FOUNDATION
Arlington, Virginia

To support general operations

25,000

23

Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

Intellectual Infrastructure
“They believed that, over time, the consequences of ideas were more decisive than the force of political or economic movements.” The Bradley Foundation works to strengthen institutions and individuals which contribute to the nurturing of those ideas that form the cornerstone of our intellectual, cultural, and economic way of life. The Foundation typically assists programs and scholars in higher education, “think tanks,” journals, magazines, books, and other undertakings that enlighten and inform public opinion.

Tanks Think Tanks
CONSERV AMERICAN CONSERVATIVE UNION FOUNDA FOUNDATION
Alexandria, Virginia

RESEARCH EDUCATION FREE CONGRESS RESEARCH AND EDUCATION FOUNDA FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations GEORGE C. MARSHALL INSTITUTE 75,000 5,000
Washington, D.C.

150,000

To support the Conservative Political Action Conference To support the Jeane Jordan Kirkpatrick Academic Freedom Award

To support general operations HERITA FOUNDA HERITAGE FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

110,000

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC RESEARCH POLICY RESEARCH
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations HUDSON INSTITUTE
Washington, D.C.

150,000

To support Foreign and Defense Policy Studies, survey analysis and the Bradley Lecture Series 410,000 CLAREMONT INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF STUDY STATESMANSHIP AND POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY STA
Claremont, California

To support a distinguished fellowship INDEPENDENT WOMEN’S FORUM
Washington, D.C.

75,000

To support general operations

25,000

To support general operations DAVID DAVID HOROWITZ FREEDOM CENTER
Los Angeles, California

100,000 LIBERTY DEMOCRACY INSTITUTE FOR LIBERTY AND DEMOCRACY
Lima, Peru

To support general operations ETHICS AND PUBLIC POLICY CENTER
Washington, D.C.

325,000

To support a research project on combating terrorism in fragile states

35,000

DEMOCRACY INSTITUTE ON RELIGION AND DEMOCRACY
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations

200,000

To support general operations MACIVER MACIVER INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLICY
Waukesha, Wisconsin

90,000

FOUNDA RESEARCH FOUNDATION FOR RESEARCH ON ECONOMICS & THE ENVIRONMENT
Bozeman, Montana

To support general operations

50,000

To support educational programs and the “Warriors and Quiet Waters” program 50,000

24

Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

PHILADELPHIA SOCIETY
Jerome, Michigan

COLGATE COLGATE UNIVERSITY
Hamilton, New York

To support general operations and meetings

10,000

To support a research project on African-American studies DUKE UNIVERSITY
Durham, North Carolina

35,000

RESEARCH WISCONSIN POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE
Thiensville, Wisconsin

To support general operations

400,000

Higher Education
EDUCATION AMERICAN ACADEMY FOR LIBERAL EDUCATION
Washington, D.C.

To support the “New Faces” conference of the Triangle Institute for Security Studies

16,000

FOUNDA INDIVIDUAL FOUNDATION FOR INDIVIDUAL RIGHTS IN EDUCATION EDUCATION
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

To support general operations AMERICAN COUNCIL OF TRUSTEES AND ALUMNI ALUMNI
Washington, D.C.

50,000

To support general operations and 10th anniversary activities FUND FOR AMERICAN STUDIES

120,000

To support general operations AMERICAN ISLAMIC CONGRESS
Washington, D.C.

70,000

Washington, D.C.

To support the Institute on Political Journalism, the Institute on Philanthropy and Voluntary Service, and the Legal Studies Institute GEORGE MASON UNIVERSITY
Arlington, Virginia

60,000

To support a campus project AMHERST COLLEGE
Amherst, Massachusetts

70,000

To support a judicial-education program 40,000 INSTITUTE FOR HUMANE STUDIES
Arlington, Virginia

40,000

To support a lecture and seminar series on the American Founding ASSOCIATION LITERARY ASSOCIATION OF LITERARY SCHOLARS AND CRITICS
Boston, Massachusetts

To support general operations INSTITUTE FOR JEWISH & COMMUNITY RESEARCH RESEARCH
San Francisco, California

25,000

To support general operations and a special project on the teaching of literature in high school 20,000 BOSTON COLLEGE
Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts

To support a study of religious and political intolerance on campus

50,000

To support the Institute for the Study of Politics and Religion BOSTON UNIVERSITY
Boston, Massachusetts

INSTITUTE FOR RESPONSIBLE CITIZENSHIP 30,000
Washington, D.C.

To support a course on the American Founding INTERCOLLEGIA COLLEGIATE INTERCOLLEGIATE STUDIES INSTITUTE

50,000

To support a history education project

40,000

Wilmington, Delaware

To support general operations

80,000

25

Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

MANHATT TTAN MANHATTAN INSTITUTE FOR POLICY RESEARCH RESEARCH
New York, New York

UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MADISON
Madison, Wisconsin

To support the Center for the American University 50,000 STA MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY
East Lansing, Michigan

To support the Center for the Study of Liberal Democracy To support “The Documentary History of the Ratification of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, 1787-1791” project

64,000

To support the Symposium on Science, Reason and Modern Democracy NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF SCHOLARS NATIONAL ASSOCIATION
Princeton, New Jersey

40,000

25,000 MILW UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations

75,000

To support the Bradley Distinguished Lecture Series WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION OF SCHOLARS ASSOCIATION
Madison, Wisconsin

40,000

NORTHWESTERN LAW NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
Chicago, Illinois

To support The Searle Center on Law, Regulation, and Economic Growth PRINCETON UNIVERSITY
Princeton, New Jersey

To support general operations 80,000 AMERICA’S FOUNDA YOUNG AMERICA’S FOUNDATION
Herndon, Virginia

20,000

To support the Wisconsin Student Initiative 75,000 40,000

25,000

To support the James Madison Program in American Ideals and Institutions To support research on China CHICAGO UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO
Chicago, Illinois

Media
FOUNDA AMERICAN CINEMA FOUNDATION
Los Angeles, California

To support general operations 40,000

65,000

To support the Program in Law & Economics UNIVERSITY OF DALLAS
Dallas, Texas

AMERICAN FILM RENAISSANCE INSTITUTE
Dallas, Texas

To support general operations 25,000 SPECTA FOUNDA AMERICAN SPECTATOR FOUNDATION
Arlington, Virginia

40,000

To support internships at the National Center for Policy Analysis UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI
Miami, Florida

To support general operations AMERICAN STUDIES CENTER 50,000
Washington, D.C.

65,000

To support a lecture series on the presidential election

To support Radio America and an American Veterans Center lecture COLLEGIATE COLLEGIATE NETWORK
Wilmington, Delaware

60,000

To support general operations

100,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

COMMENTAR ARY COMMENTARY
New York, New York

EDUCATION NEW RIVER EDUCATION FUND
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations

75,000

To support Think Tank with Ben Wattenberg and Real Economics FOUNDA PHILLIPS FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

65,000

CULTURE EDUCATION ENCOUNTER FOR CULTURE AND EDUCATION
New York, New York

To support general operations To support 10th anniversary activities FOUNDATION FOR CULTURAL REVIEW FOUNDA CULTURAL New York, New York To support The New Criterion To support an Internet video project

1,000,000 80,000

To support the Journalism Fellowship Program WITHERSPOON INSTITUTE
Princeton, New Jersey

50,000

To support a guest scholarship 200,000 47,500
Various Institutions

90,000

Fellows Bradley Fellows
BRADLEY FELLOWS To support the Bradley Graduate and Post-Graduate Fellowship Program 1,415,000 TOTAL INTELLECTUAL TOTAL INTELLECTUAL INFRASTRUCTURE

INSTITUTE ON RELIGION AND PUBLIC LIFE
New York, New York

To support First Things JEWISH POLICY CENTER
Washington, D.C.

225,000

To support inFOCUS LINCOLN INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC OPINION RESEARCH RESEARCH
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

10,000

7,472,500

To support “American Radio Journal” MANIFOLD PRODUCTIONS
Chevy Chase, Maryland

25,000

To support the Public Media Lab RESEARCH MEDIA RESEARCH CENTER
Alexandria, Virginia

40,000

To support general operations MOVING MOVING PICTURE INSTITUTE
New York, New York

25,000

To support general operations

90,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

Bradley Legacy
Foundation “The Foundation will continue the Bradleys’ interest in helping to improve the quality of life in the Milwaukee metropolitan area.” These grants follow through on the Foundation’s core mission of preserving Bradley’s philanthropic legacy in Milwaukee and Wisconsin. Support is directed to significant educational, social, and cultural institutions contributing to the city and state’s civic fabric in ways extending Lynde and Harry Bradley’s principles and philosophy.

Arts and Culture/Recreation
MILW BEL CANTO CHORUS OF MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

MILW ART MILWAUKEE ART MUSEUM
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support an exhibition featuring the works of Jan Lievens 25,000 Continued support of an exhibition featuring the works of Jan Lievens To support general operations MILWAUKEE BALLET COMPANY MILW COMPANY
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

270,000 270,000 110,000

To support general operations CAPTAIN CAPTAIN FREDERICK PABST MANSION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations CONCORD CHAMBER ORCHESTRA ORCHESTRA
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

15,000

To support a collaborative season concert STA THEATER FIRST STAGE CHILDREN’S THEATER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

10,000

To support general operations MILW THEATRE MILWAUKEE CHAMBER THEATRE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

125,000

To support general operations COMPANY FLORENTINE OPERA COMPANY
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

60,000

To support general operations

20,000

MILW MILWAUKEE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations GREAT CIRCUS FOUNDA GREAT CIRCUS PARADE FOUNDATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

110,000

To support the first phase of the translation of the diaries of Fredrick William Hein To support reprinting The Making of Milwaukee

50,000 35,000

To support general operations GREATER MILW GREATER MILWAUKEE COMMITTEE FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

50,000

MILW LIBRARY FOUNDA MILWAUKEE PUBLIC LIBRARY FOUNDATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations 40,000 MILW MILWAUKEE PUBLIC MUSEUM
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

75,000

To support a regional cultural audit LEAGUE ORCHESTRAS LEAGUE OF AMERICAN ORCHESTRAS
New York, New York

To support general operations MILW REPERTOR THEATER TORY MILWAUKEE REPERTORY THEATER 25,000
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

200,000

To support the Learning and Leadership Development Programs

To support general operations

130,000

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MILW ORCHESTRA MILWAUKEE SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations MILW ARTS MILWAUKEE YOUTH ARTS CENTER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

400,000

MILW EDUCATION MILWAUKEE TENNIS & EDUCATION FOUNDA FOUNDATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations

10,000

To support general operations

50,000

NORTHWEST NORTHWEST SIDE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION CORPORATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

MILWAUKEE YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA MILW ORCHESTRA
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support the police action plan PENFIELD CHILDREN’S CENTER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

30,000

To support general operations THEATRE NEXT ACT THEATRE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

25,000

To support genperal operations 15,000 SAFE & SOUND
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

30,000

To support general operations SKYLIGHT THEATRE SKYLIGHT OPERA THEATRE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations 80,000 SAINT FRANCIS CHILDREN’S CENTER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

75,000

To support general operations

MILW ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF MILWAUKEE COUNTY
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations SHEPHERDS MINISTRIES
Union Grove, Wisconsin

35,000

To support general operations

80,000

Social Services
BOYS CLUBS GREATER MILW BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF GREATER MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support Shepherds College

10,000

Economic Development
BIZSTAR ARTS MILW BIZSTARTS MILWAUKEE
West Bend, Wisconsin

To support general operations COA FAMILY COA YOUTH & FAMILY CENTERS
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

50,000

To support general operations 15,000 GREATER MILW GREATER MILWAUKEE COMMITTEE FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

25,000

To support the summer-camp program CORPCARE DISTRIBUTIONS
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support the County Task Force research project 30,000 45,000 PARTNERS MENOMONEE VALLEY PARTNERS
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations MILW MILWAUKEE CHRISTIAN CENTER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations 20,000

30,000

To support Operation Impact

MILW CORPORATION MILWAUKEE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION MILW BOY MILWAUKEE COUNTY COUNCIL, BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA
Milwaukee, Wisconsin Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support a regional economic-development initiative

100,000

To support general operations

50,000

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USS FREEDOM COMMISSIONING COMMITTEE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

MILW PREPARATORY ARATOR MILWAUKEE COLLEGE PREPARATORY SCHOOL
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support site modifications for the commissioning of the USS Freedom

To support the merit-pay program 40,000

75,000

MMAC SUPPORT FOUNDA MMAC COMMUNITY SUPPORT FOUNDATION

Education
BELOIT COLLEGE
Beloit, Wisconsin

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support a public education project MOUNT MARY COLLEGE MARY 97,000
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

45,000

To support the Upton Forum BREWERS CHARITIES
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support the Midtown Campus Program NATIVITY NATIVITY JESUIT MIDDLE SCHOOL

10,000

To support the Student Achievers Program

125,000

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations NOTRE DAME MIDDLE SCHOOL
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

20,000

DIVINE SAVIOR HOLY ANGELS HIGH SCHOOL SAVIOR HOLY
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support student scholarships NATURE FRIENDS OF SCHLITZ AUDUBON NATURE CENTER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

20,000

To support general operations PIUS XI HIGH SCHOOL
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

10,000

To support organizational transition GREATER MILW FOUNDA GREATER MILWAUKEE FOUNDATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

50,000

To support student scholarships SAVIOR EVANGELICAL RISEN SAVIOR EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH CHURCH AND SCHOOL
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

20,000

To support an audit of the Milwaukee Public Schools system MALAIKA EARLY MALAIKA EARLY LEARNING CENTER
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

50,000

To support community outreach JOAN ANTIDA SAINT JOAN ANTIDA HIGH SCHOOL
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

50,000

To support general operations MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

15,000

To support “The Academy”

50,000

NORTHWESTERN MILITAR ARY SAINT JOHN’S NORTHWESTERN MILITARY ACADEMY
Delafield, Wisconsin

To support the Institute for the Transformation of Learning To support the Institute for the Transformation of Learning’s Accreditation Support Center CATHOLIC MESSMER CATHOLIC SCHOOLS
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

300,000 120,000

To support the Milwaukee Scholars Program SAINT THOMAS MORE HIGH SCHOOL
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

12,500

To support student scholarships SAMARITAN SAMARITAN PROJECT
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

20,000

To support student transportation, spiritual retreats, and financial aid programs

220,000

To support the Children’s Tutorial Program

50,000

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SCHOOL CHOICE WISCONSIN
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Capital
300,000 ARCHDIOCESE MILW ARCHDIOCESE OF MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations

WHITEWA UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN, WHITEWATER
Whitewater, Wisconsin

To support the Catholic Urban Academies

500,000

To support the Purple Comet Math Meet URBAN ECOLOGY CENTER ECOLOGY
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

10,000

ASSOCIATION BADGER ASSOCIATION OF THE BLIND AND VISUALL IMPAIRED ALLY VISUALLY IMPAIRED
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations WARRIOR MEDIA
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

20,000

To support a training and education center

35,000

BOYS CLUBS GREATER MILW BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF GREATER MILWAUKEE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support The Warrior student newspaper DECATHLON WISCONSIN ACADEMIC DECATHLON
Verona, Wisconsin

15,000

To support the Decade of Hope strategic plan CEO LEADERSHIP ACADEMY
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

100,000

To support general operations CONSERV TORY WISCONSIN CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

10,000

To support capital improvements FAMILY FAMILY HOUSE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

74,000

To support general operations WISCONSIN COUNCIL ON ECONOMIC EDUCATION EDUCATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

65,000

To support a new facility

164,550

LLOYD HERITA FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT HERITAGE TOURISM PROGRAM
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support “Economics for Opinion Leaders” To support the Youth Enterprise Academy To support the Junior Youth Enterprise Academy

25,750 25,000 21,200

To support restoration efforts PEACE HOUSE OF PEACE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

100,000

To support renovation and expansion JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF WISCONSIN
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

25,000

COA ASSOCIATION WISCONSIN FORENSICS COACHES ASSOCIATION
West Bend, Wisconsin

To support the state tournament and scholarship program WISCONSIN LUTHERAN COLLEGE
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

10,000

To support the Capstone project’s Hall of Fame MEDICAL COLLEGE OF WISCONSIN
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

700,000

To support the “Pathways to College” program YESHIVA ELEMENTAR ARY YESHIVA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

100,000

To support a capital campaign MILW MILWAUKEE RESCUE MISSION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

300,000

To support general operations

30,000

To support the Years of Hope capital campaign

100,000

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Awarded 2008 Grants Awarded

MILW MILWAUKEE SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

FOUNDA FIRST FREEDOMS FOUNDATION
Waukesha, Wisconsin

To support labs for the chemistry and physics department SAVIOR EVANGELICAL RISEN SAVIOR EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH CHURCH AND SCHOOL
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

250,000

To support the Thomas Jefferson Center for a Constitutional Judiciary and general operations

20,000

AFFAIRS WISCONSINEYE PUBLIC AFFAIRS NETWORK
Madison, Wisconsin

To support the Granville Neighborhood Health Center SAINT MARCUS LUTHERAN SCHOOL MARCUS
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

60,000

To support general operations Continued support of general operations TOTAL LEGACY TOTAL BRADLEY LEGACY TOTAL GRAND TOTAL

75,000 25,000 8,630,000 38,571,178

To support expansion PRESERV TALIESIN PRESERVATION COMMISSION
Spring Green, Wisconsin

365,000

To support preservation activities RESEARCH FOUNDA UWM RESEARCH FOUNDATION
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

40,000

To support the Catalyst grant program WALTER AQUA WALTER SCHROEDER AQUATIC CENTER
Brown Deer, Wisconsin

500,000

To support a capital campaign FOUNDA WISCONSIN HISTORICAL FOUNDATION
Madison, Wisconsin

100,000

To support the Wisconsin Center for Digital History

150,000

AFFAIRS WISCONSINEYE PUBLIC AFFAIRS NETWORK
Madison, Wisconsin

To support capital expenses

75,000

Other
DONORS FORUM OF WISCONSIN
Milwaukee, Wisconsin

To support general operations

15,000

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Program Donor Intent Program
During 2002, the Foundation established its Donor Intent Program, which provides donors with an opportunity to align their charitable interests with the Foundation. The grants listed below were recommended and made from contributions provided by Michael L. and Rosalind C. Keiser

ALLIANCE FOR SCHOOL CHOICE
Washington, D.C.

CLARE BOOTHE LUCE POLICY INSTITUTE
Herndon, Virginia

To support general operations AMERICAN COUNCIL OF TRUSTEES AND ALUMNI ALUMNI
Washington, D.C.

5,000

To support general operations DAVID DAVID HOROWITZ FREEDOM CENTER
Sherman Oaks, California

100,000

To support general operations 5,000 DOCTORS WITHOUT BORDERS
New York, New York

5,000

To support general operations

AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC RESEARCH POLICY RESEARCH
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations HEARTLAND HEARTLAND INSTITUTE
Chicago, Illinois

25,000

To support general operations FOUNDA AMERICARES FOUNDATION
Stamford, Connecticut

10,000

To support general operations 50,000 HERITA FOUNDA HERITAGE FOUNDATION
Washington, D.C.

25,000

To support general operations AMHERST COLLEGE
Amherst, Massachusetts

To support general operations 60,750

25,000

To support general operations

RESEARCH FOUNDA ATLAS ECONOMIC RESEARCH FOUNDATION
Arlington, Virginia

HOOVER REVOL OLUTION HOOVER INSTITUTION ON WAR, REVOLUTION PEACE & PEACE
Stanford, California

To support general operations

5,000

To support general operations CARE USA
Chicago, Illinois

5,000 HOWARD FAMILY HOWARD CENTER FOR FAMILY, RELIGION & SOCIETY
Rockford, Illinois

To support general operations CATO CATO INSTITUTE
Washington, D.C.

100,000

To support general operations INSTITUTE FOR HUMANE STUDIES
Arlington, Virginia

5,000

To support general operations

25,000

To support general operations

5,000

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INSTITUTE FOR JUSTICE
Washington, D.C.

To support general operations

5,000

INTERNATIONAL INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ENTERPRISES
Lakewood, Colorado

To support general operations INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE MISSION INTERNATIONAL
Washington, D.C.

10,000

To support general operations MANHATT TTAN MANHATTAN INSTITUTE FOR POLICY RESEARCH RESEARCH
New York, New York

5,000

To support general operations MERCY MERCY SHIPS
Garden Valley, Texas

10,000

To support general operations

10,000

MILTON FOUNDA MILTON & ROSE D. FRIEDMAN FOUNDATION
Indianapolis, Indiana

To support general operations PALMER R. CHITESTER FUND
Erie, Pennsylvania

1,000

To support general operations PARENTS TELEVISION COUNCIL
Los Angeles, California

5,000

To support general operations PRISON FELLOWSHIP MINISTRIES
Washington, D.C.

5,000

To support general operations AMERICA’S FOUNDA YOUNG AMERICA’S FOUNDATION
Herndon, Virginia

5,000

To support general operations TOTAL GRAND TOTAL

5,000 516,750

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Prizes Bradley Prizes

Prizes Bradley Prizes 2008
Milwaukee’s Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation awarded its 2008 Bradley Prizes to University of Chicago economist Gary S. Becker, Hoover Institution scholar Victor Davis Hanson, University of Pennsylvania historian Alan Charles Kors, and community advocate Robert L. Woodson in an inspiring and entertaining ceremony at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., on June 4. The $250,000 prizes recognize and celebrate the honorees’ achievements in areas consistent with the Foundation’s mission – the promotion and defense of liberal democracy, democratic capitalism, and American ideas and institutions at home and abroad. Dr. Becker is a University Professor of Economics and Sociology at the University of Chicago. He is also the Rose-Marie and Jack R. Anderson Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution on War, Revolution, and Peace. Dr. Becker is recognized Prizes 2008 Bradley Prizes award recipients for his pioneering application of economic reasoning to social policy issues as well as for his expertise in human capital, economic incentives, and the economics of the family. In 1992, he was awarded the Nobel Memorial Prize for Economic Science. In 2007, President George W. Bush presented Dr. Becker with the Presidential Medal of Freedom for his contributions to the intellectual defense of freemarket economics. Dr. Hanson is the Martin and Illie Anderson Senior Fellow in Residence in Classics and Military History at the Hoover Institution. He is the author of hundreds of articles, scholarly papers, and commentaries on topics ranging from ancient history and Western civilization to national security, domestic Brit Hume, Master of Ceremonies politics, and contemporary culture. Dr. Hanson has written or edited 17 books, including the awardwinning A War Like No Other: How the Athenians and Spartans Fought the Peloponnesian War. He is a nationally syndicated columnist, and he serves on the editorial boards of Military History Quarterly and City Journal. In 2007, Dr. Hanson received the National Humanities Medal.

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Prizes Bradley Prizes

Dr. Kors is the George H. Walker Term Professor of History at the University of Pennsylvania. He is Senior Fellow at both the Foreign Policy Research Institute and Goldwater Institute. Specializing in European intellectual history of the 17th and 18th centuries, Dr. Kors was Editor-in-Chief of the four-volume Oxford Encyclopedia of the Enlightenment. Since the early 1980s, Dr. Kors has been writing and lecturing widely on the absence of freedom of expression and conscience in academic life. He is co-author of the 1998 book The Shadow University: The Betrayal of Liberty on American Campuses and co-founding Chairman Emeritus of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. In 2003, Dr. Kors received the National Humanities Medal. In 2008, he received the American Conservative Union’s Jeane Kirkpatrick Academic Freedom Award. Mr. Woodson is founding president of the Center for Neighborhood Enterprise, an organization supporting community-based initiatives to revitalize distressed neighborhoods. A former civil rights activist, Mr. Woodson guides the Center in providing counsel, training, and technical assistance to civic leaders in low-income communities across the nation. He pioneered its effective Violence-Free Zones program in public middle and high schools to reduce youth crime and gang activity. A proponent of self-help strategies, Mr. Woodson is a social commentator in the print and on-air media. He is a member of the Homeland Security Advisory Council and the National Advisory Council on Drug Abuse. Mr. Woodson is the recipient of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Family Life Institute “Real Dream” Award and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Fellowship.

Prizes Bradley Directors with the 2008 Bradley Prizes award recipients

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Bradley Symposium 2008
In June 2008, the Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal at the Hudson Institute in Washington, D.C. held its fourth annual Bradley Symposium, co-sponsored by Encounter Books, on the power of ideas, publishing, and preserving liberty and democracy. Too often, ideas are discounted as the effete plaything of the chattering classes, yet they have the power to transform our nation’s institutions – from our courts and legislatures to marriage and family life. Since 1998, Encounter Books has aimed to broaden public debate by bringing many new voices to bear on important policy and cultural issues. During “Encounter at 10: The Power of Ideas,” before a standing room only crowd of almost 200, three panels discussed commissioned essays by 2008 Bradley Prize recipient Victor Davis William Schambra introduces panelists at the 2008 Bradley Symposium Hanson, John Fonte of Hudson’s Center for American Common Culture and Andrew McCarthy of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies. A link to the full transcript of the discussions is available online at www.bradleyfdn.org. Hanson wrote and spoke about “Memory and Civic Education: The Perils of Cultural Amnesia,” Fonte examined “Global Governance vs. the Liberal Democratic Nation-State: What is the Best Regime?,” and McCarthy addressed “The Jihad in Plain Sight.” Fonte was an active participant in The Bradley Project on America’s National Identity. Presentations by the three essay authors were followed by comments from four other prominent Encounter authors: James Piereson, John O’Sullivan, and Robert Bork, respectively. Encounter president and publisher Roger Kimball also spoke on “Publishing and the Importance of Ideas.” Kimball edits The New Criterion magazine, as well. Encounter Books is an activity of Encounter for Culture and Education, a nonprofit group that is substantially supported by The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation. Bradley also supports Hudson’s Bradley Center for Philanthropy and Civic Renewal, their Center for American Common Culture, Foundation for Defense of Democracies, and The New Criterion.

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Financial Highlights
Unaudited STA STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL POSITION
December 31, 2008 (000’s omitted) ASSETS INVESTMENTS AND OTHER ASSETS COLLATERAL HELD FOR SECURITIES LOANED TOTAL TOTAL ASSETS LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS GRANTS AND OTHER PAYABLES PAYABLE UNDER SECURITIES LOAN AGREEMENTS UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS TOTAL TOTAL LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS

$ $ $ $

490,356 20,305 510,661 17,762 20,305 472,594 510,661

STA ACTIVITY STATEMENT OF ACTIVITY
Year ended December 31, 2008 (000’s omitted) UNRESTRICTED REVENUES AND GAINS Investment activity: Interest and dividend income Realized loss on investments Unrealized loss on investments Less investment expenses Donor intent contributions TOTAL TOTAL UNRESTRICTED REVENUES AND GAINS GRANTS AND EXPENSES Grants approved for charitable purposes - net General and administrative Excise and income taxes TOTAL TOTAL GRANTS AND EXPENSES DECREASE IN UNRESTRICTED NET ASSETS NET ASSETS - BEGINNING OF YEAR NET ASSETS - END OF YEAR

$

12,599 (49,436) (259,440) (3,486) 517 (299,246) 37,539 5,949 (361) 43,127

(342,373) 814,967 $ 472,594

The Foundation’s most recent audited financial report is available on the Foundation’s website, www.bradleyfdn.org.

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