The Grateful Dead, its members and family have founded and contribute to a large number of different charitable organizations and foundations. this category attempts to begin to list these different entities.
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Bill Graham Foundation
Assists those whose needs sometimes are not noticed or served by larger philanthropic organizations, such as groups and individuals working in the areas of music, arts, education, environmental protection, human rights, inner city social work and public health.
An arts program for homeless children, founded in San Francisco by Gloria Simoneaux. Supported by sales of a series of sandals utilizing artwork created by Jerry Garcia.
Assists progressive groups working on environmental and social issues in the Bay Area and around the world.
Not For Kids Only
Children's music by Jerry Garcia and David Grisman. Proceeds benefit children's charities.
Odyssey of the Spirit
Put together groups of volunteers to spearhead a good cause in your own community. Extends support and costs through the Unbroken Chain Foundation. Founded by Phil Lesh.
Testimony by various members of the Grateful Dead at a press conference at the United Nations in 1988.
Organization of the Grateful Dead family which gives grants to worthwhile causes.
Dedicated to finding skillful means to relieve suffering in Chiapas, Guatemala, Tibet, Nepal, India, and among Native Americans using modern and indigenous means. Benefited by the "Sing Out For Seva" album on Grateful Dead Records.
Last update:October 23, 2012 at 3:20:06 UTC