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Nuclear Challenges

Working to reduce nuclear threats by decreasing the availability and use of weapons-useable material

About our approach

Representative Grants
George Washington University, Office of Sponsored Research
Washington, D.C. 2017
$ 3,500,000 for Expanding Capacity for Nuclear Bipartisanship: Deepening Outreach and Capacity-Building in the US Congress.
Stimson Center
Washington, D.C. 2018
$ 600,000 in support of a project to rebuild bipartisanship in foreign and nuclear policy.
Long Island University, Global Institute
Brookville, New York 2018
$ 150,000 in support of the Global Institute's Peace Scenarios Workshop.
Center for Arms Control and Non-Proliferation
Washington, D.C. 2018
$ 1,005,000 in support of general operations.

$90.3 million invested in 80 organizations since 2014

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What is a Big Bet?

Big Bets strive toward transformative change in areas of profound concern — an all-in, timely commitment to real change that matters.

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