Our Regrants

You can use this database to see information about a wide selection of the grants and investments recommended by our regrantors.1

Our hope is to empower a range of interesting, ambitious, and altruistic people to drive funding decisions through a rewarding, low-friction process. Thus far they have recommended grants and investments totaling over $50 million.2

We’re currently running a 6 month test of this model. We gave over 100 people access to discretionary budget and another group over 60 access to a streamlined grant recommendation form but no discretionary budget. Read more about our regranting program here.

The specific projects or organizations supported by these grants are not necessarily endorsed by the Future Fund. For regrants from discretionary pots, we screen for downsides, community effects, conflicts of interest, and similar, but are largely giving the regrantors autonomy. 

We are only publishing regrants above $25k. We had 172 regrants below $25k, totaling ~$1.8M. Many of these were stipends for summer research work, support to attend conferences, funding for talent development, or funding for writing or other media on impactful topics.


Last updated: September 1, 2022

Organization Name
Funding Type
Area of Interest
Date of Grant
Funding Stream
March 2022

Impact Markets

This regrant will support the creation of an “impact market.” The hope is to improve charity fundraising by allowing profit-motivated investors to earn returns by investing in charitable projects that are eventually deemed impactful.


1. All grantees and investees were given an opportunity to review their listing and offer corrections before this list was published. Please email media@ftx.org to request edits. As with our direct grants and investments, we sometimes do not publish grants because the grantee asks us not to or because we believe it would undermine our or the grantee’s work. We also do not necessarily publish all grants that are small, initial, or exploratory.

2. The Future Fund is a project of the FTX Foundation, a philanthropic collective. Grants and donations are made through various entities in our family of organizations, including FTX Philanthropy Inc., a nonprofit entity. Investment profits are reserved for philanthropic purposes.