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                                  Tobacco Company

                                                                            HERBERT E . OSMON
                                                                            Staff Vice President
                                                                            Public Policy

                                                                            Winston-Salem, N .C. 27102

              October 26, 1990

              TO :        VMr .    T.   C . Harris
                           Mr .    M.   W . Jones
                           Mr .    S.   W . Moskowitz
                           Mr .    J.   M . Piscitelli
                           Mr .    K.   Maher (Walt Klein)

              Attached is the updated "Overview of Anti-Smoking Organizations"
              I referenced in Thursday's meeting- _




                                                  "We work for smokers ."


             This summary of the anti-smoking community is a compilation of
             materials produced earlier and separately by The Tobacco Institute
             and others, with considerable updating and editorial revision .

                                                        H . E . Osmon
                                                        October 26, 1990

                                         THE ANTI-SMOKING MOVEMENT

    • Oraanizations

              There are numerous organizations involved in the anti-smoking
              movement, and they fall into three broad categories :

                    • Private Organizations
                    • Professional Medical Associations
                    • Government Organizations

              The Private Organizations group are those organizations which
              seek memberships and solicit contributions as a source of
              funding . While some of these claim to have other agendas in
              addition to anti-smoking, most of them devote their energies to
              the anti-smoking movement . There are 19 of these organizations
              listed, with some differences in focus and level of expertise .

             One category comprises organizations which attack smoking on a
             broad front and which tend to be well-organized, well-funded,
             and professionally managed . Included are such groups as the
             Coalition on Smoking OR Health and the organizations which
             support it (AHA, ALA, ACS), the Consumer Federation of America,
             the Carter Center, The Advocacy Institute, and the American
             Council on Science and Health . This last group is funded largely
             by chemical companies, and it tends to try to divert attention
             from chemical issues by attacking cigarettes .

   + Nonsmokers' rights is the claimed primary objective of Americans
          for Nonsmokers' Rights (ANR), Citizens Against Tobacco Smoke,
          and Group Against Smokers' Pollution (GASP) . In addition, these
          organizations, together with Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
          and Doctors Ought to Care (DOC), could be considered the "grass
          roots agitators" group .

             The focus of Stop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco (STAT) is obvious .
             The Martin Himmel Health Foundation is both new and unique, since
             it limits its activities entirely to radio commercials .

             CIGLIT and the Tobacco Products Liability Project concentrate on
             litigation .

             The Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility and the Tobacco
             Divestment Project are working to get investors to divest
             themselves of tobacco company stocks .

             The Institute for the Study of Smoking Behavior and Policy and
             the Smoking Policy Institute are not pure activist groups, as
             they are more interested in public policy and education . The
             World Health Organization, a multifaceted organization with
             groups interested in all the above areas, has an international
             focus and does not participate in the U .S . market .


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   • The second category, Professional Medical Associations, consists
          of the AMA, the American Public Health Association, and other
          similar groups . They have a broad spectrum of interests of which
          anti-smoking is only one .

              The third group consists of key Government Organizations which
              focus on anti-smoking, particularly the various parts of HHS .

              Important individuals in the anti-smoking movement include
              symbolic leader Surgeon General C . Everett Koop, John Banzhaf
              (ASH), Matt Myers (Coalition on Smoking OR Health), Joseph Cullen
              (director of NCI's Smoking, Tobacco and Cancer program),
              Congressman Henry Waxman, Michael Pertschuk (Advocacy Institute),
              and Joe Tye (STAT) . In some cases individuals (e .g ., Banzhaf)
              are more important and more prominent than their organizations .


              Many of the organizations, and their leaders, have relationships
              at both the professional and personal levels . There appears
          to be a "core" group of antis who attend the same conferences,
          sit on the same advisory boards, and serve in "interlocking
          directorships" for the various organizations . A network has
          developed for those individuals who know what they're doing to
          unite and communicate with each other . They have attempted to
          maximize their similarities by developing standards for training,
   • "educational" materials and objectives .

             Many well-known antis control government purse-strings for
             research funding as members of scientific advisory boards . At
             the same time, their institutions often receive large research
             grants and can be counted on to provide private-sector support
             for government programs before Congress . For example, millions
             of dollars in research grants flow from NCI to anti-smoking
             organizations and individuals . These groups often lobby on
             NCI's behalf and endorse its work during reauthorization and
             appropriations battles . This control over research,grants makes
             it very risky for a scientist to make himself known as someone
             who does not agree with the "party line" on one or another
             smoking issue .

          Intercommunication has been enhanced by the efforts of The
          Advocacy Institute, which has created the Smoking Control
          Advocacy Resource Center (SCARC) . Advocacy Institute Director
          Michael Pertschuk has identified some key problems of the
          anti-smoking movement and developed some strategies to correct
          them . While SCARC is not designed to do the antis' legwork,
          it is set up to make front-line advocates more effective, to
          coordinate their efforts, to keep them better informed, and to
          do their strategic thinking and planning . SCARC has recently
          developed an on-line capability which any activist group can
   • access by paying a nominal annual fee ($100) and getting an
          access code .


              Some money comes from government institutions at the federal,
              state and local levels in the form of appropriations and
              research grants . Federal funds in particular have indirectly
              turned universities and other institutions into anti-smoking
              propagandists through publication of studies and news releases .

              Many anti-smoking organizations actively solicit funds .
              Several foundations, including Carnegie, Kaiser, Kellogg, and
              Rockefeller, provide grants to the antis . Some of the major
              groups in the movement exist on tax-deductible contributions
              from small donors .

              Despite these varied sources of income, not all anti-smoking
              organizations are well-financed . Some, such as the ACS and AMA,
              have considerable means ; others operate on minimum budgets . The
              dollars spent on anti-smoking activities by the larger groups is
              closely guarded information and virtually impossible to determine
              with precision . Similarly, the balance sheets of smaller groups
              are not generally available for public scrutiny .



                                         ~ ORGANIZATIONS

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                                  PROMINENT ANTI-TOBACCO ORGANIZATIONS

              A . Private Organizations
                     1.      Action on Smoking and Health (ASH)
                     2.      The Advocacy Institute (AI)
                     3.      American Council on Science and Health (ACSH)
                     4.      Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights (ANR)
                     5.      Carter Center
                     6.      CIGLIT
                     7.      Citizens Against Tobacco Smoke (CATS)
                     8.      Coalition on Smoking OR Health
                              • American Cancer Society (ACS)
                              • American Heart Association (AHA)
                              • American Lung Association (ALA)
                     9.      Consumer Federation of America (CFA)
                    10 .     Doctors Ought to Care (DOC)
                    11 .     Group Against Smokers' Pollution (GASP)
                    12 .     Institute for the Study of Smoking Behavior and Policy
                    13 .     Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR)
                    14 .     Martin Himmel Health Foundation
                    15 . Smoking Policy Institute
                    16   .   Stop Teenage Addiction to Tobacco (STAT)
                    17   .   Tobacco Divestment Project
                    18   .   Tobacco Products Liability Project (TPLP)
                    19   .   World Health Organization (WHO)

              B . Professional Medical Associations

                     1   .   American   Medical Association (AMA)
                     2   .   American   Medical Women's Association (AMWA)
                     3   .   American   Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)
                     4   .   American   Nurses Association (ANA)
                     5   .   American   Public Health Association (APHA)

              C . Government Organizations

                     1 . Department of Health and Human Services (HHS)
                     2 . Congressional Task Force on Tobacco and Health



                                         A . PRIVATE ORGANIZATIONS





                                1 . ACTION ON SMOKING AND HEALTH (ASH)

   •   Founded : 1967
             Executive Director : John F . Banzhaf, III
             Trustees : Oscar Austad
                         Charles F . Tate
                         Betty Carnes
                         Martin Jacobs
                         Prince Joli Kansil .
                         Alfreda Winnings
             Staff : 3-4
             Budget : $600,000

             ASH is a public interest organization sponsored by doctors,
             scientists, lawyers, educators, commentators, and celebrities .
             The purpose of ASH is "to take effective national action to
             protect the rights of 'the nonsmoking majority' against .problems
             caused'by smoking ." In a public sense, however, ASH is John
             Banzhaf .

          Banzhaf, a professor at George Washington University's National
          Law Center, teaches legal activism through creative use of .the
          law . ASH's entire history is an example of this teaching .
          Banzhaf filed a complaint under the "fairness doctrine" which
          resulted in the FCC ruling that broadcasters were required to
   • provide "a significant amount of time" for anti-smoking messages .
          He also deserves substantial "credit" for the 1973 CAB rule
          mandating separate smoking and nonsmoking sections on commercial
          airlines .

             The media often turns to Banzhaf because of his colorful and
             aggressive arguments and strong on-camera personality . Once
             during a debate on public smoking, Banzhaf threw water on his
             aged opponent . For a time, the media lost interest in him after
             that action, but more recently he has again become a media
             favorite .

             ASH was also a primary force in establishing the Tobacco Products
             Liability Project .


                                         2 . THE ADVOCACY INSTITUTE

   •   Founded : 1984
             Headquarters : Washington, D .C .
             Director : Michael Pertschuk
             President : David Cohen
             Staff : Uncertain but probably less than 15
             Budget : FY 1990 - $750,000

             The Advocacy Institute (AI) was established to be a "nonprofit
             center for the study, analysis and teaching of advocacy
             strategies and skills for use by nonprofit and citizen groups to
             effect public policy change ." It serves "at the invitation of
             foundations and citizen groups as an intermediary in convening,
             counseling and administering the process of strategic planning to
             achieve a variety of social goals ." Its primary focus, however,
             is anti-smoking .

             AI proclaims that "within the last three years virtually every
             significant organization involved in smoking control activities
             has sought guidance and strategic counseling" from AI, including
             the International Union Against Cancer, National Cancer
             Institute, American Cancer Society, American Lung Association,
             American Heart Association, and Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights .
             Consequently, AI has developed its "interactive, smoking control
             leadership network" and "expanded and institutionalized its
             smoking control support services ."

             Using seed money from the Kaiser Family Foundation, AI is
             packaging its network and services into a Smoking Control
             Advocacy Resource Center (SCARC) .

             SCARC is designed to make front-line advocates more effective,
             to coordinate their efforts, to keep them better informed, and
             to do their strategic thinking and planning . SCARC appears to
             be a serious effort at coordinating the antis and a potentially
             powerful boost to the movement .

             As an example, the Institute has recently (1990) created an
             on-line networking system called SCARCNet which anti-smoking
             organizations can access for a nominal fee . Its purpose is to
             rapidly spread information and coordinate anti-smoking activities
             of the anti-smoking community .

          The roster of the SCARC advisory group illustrates the cross-
          fertilization of the anti-smoking movement . Activists like Alan
          Blum, M .D . (DOC), and Stanton Glantz (Americans for Nonsmokers'
          Rights), as well as academics like Harvard's John Pinney and the
          Carter Center's William Foege, have agreed to commit some of
          their energy to the SCARC . Meanwhile, Pertschuk believes he has
   • identified the principal problems of the anti-smoking movement
          (communication and coordination) and developed some basic
          strategies to correct them .

                         3 . AMERICAN COUNCIL ON SCIENCE AND HEALTH (ACSH)

   ~    Founded : 1978
              Headquarters : New York City
              Executive Director : Elizabeth M . Whelan
             Members : 160
              Staff : 18
              Budget : $1 million

             ACSH's purpose is to provide consumers with scientifically
             balanced evaluations of food, chemicals, the environment, and
             human health .

             ACSH's support comes primarily from the chemical and food
             industries . To take the heat off of these industries, ACSH
             uses the media and scientific forums to target cigarettes as
             the primary cause of the nation's health problems . In fact, the
             organization's top priorities are : "a) alert Americans to the
             spectacular dangers of cigarette smoking ; b) educate consumers
             to the reality that trace amounts of potentially toxic chemicals,
             whether found in synthetic or natural sources, do not necessarily
             by themselves pose a hazard to human health ; c) warn of the
             health dangers inherent in 'dismantling the system' (e .g .,
             banning pesticides and food additives) ; and d) generally help
   • Americans to distinguish between a health hazard and a health
          hoax ."

             In this process, Whelan has become an outspoken critic of smoking
             covered frequently in the media . She also makes anti-smoking
             presentations at scientific meetings, writes anti-smoking
             articles in her newsletter, and is a frequent newspaper and
             magazine anti-tobacco op-ed writer .

             ACSH is funded by companies such as Dow Chemical, Ciba-Geigy,
             American Cyanamid, DuPont, Union Carbide, Uniroyal, Coca-Cola,
             Eli Lilly, Shell Oil, Georgia-Pacific, etc . Whelan challenges
             the notion that her group is beholden to its financial backers
             (Washington Post 1/27/85) .


                                4 . AMERICANS FOR NONSMORERS' RIGHTS (ANR)

   •    Founded : 1981
              Headquarters : Berkeley, CA
              Executive Director : Mark Pertschuk (son of Michael Pertschuk of
                                    The Advocacy Institute)
             Members :        15,000
              Staff :    5
              Budget :       Unknown

             Americans for Nonsmokers' . Rights (ANR), formerly Californians for
             Nonsmokers' Rights, is a not-for-profit organization formed in
             1981 . Based in Berkeley, CA, ANR provides assistance to groups
             around the country which are interested in passing nonsmokers'
             rights legislation at the local level .

             ANR endorses smoking restrictions in public places and
             workplaces . It often works with major anti-smoking groups
             such as the California chapters of GASP, the American Lung
             Association, the American Heart Association, and the American
             Cancer Society .

         ANR characterizes itself as a lobbying force that has influenced
         95% of California's smoking restriction measures . It espouses
   • the use of two tactics : dilute tobacco interests by focusing on
              local legislation ; and maximize the public appeal of "passive
              smoking" issues .

             Stanton A . Glantz, an associate professor of medicine at the
             University of California - San Francisco and prominent anti-
             smoking activist, helped establish ANR and is a past president .
             Other individuals affiliated with ANR include Peter Hanauer,
             founding president of ANR ; Glenn Barr, aide to Los Angeles City
             Councilman Marvin Braude ; David Burns, contributor to Surgeon
             General's reports ; and Virginia Ernster, a member of NCI's
             Division of Cancer Prevention and Control oversight body .

             The American Lung Association, American Heart Association,
             American Cancer Society, and GASP are among ANR's many financial
             contributors .

             In 1986, ANR published a nonsmokers' activist strategy manual
             entitled Legislative Approaches to a Smoke Free Society . The
             two-volume "how to" guide on legislative action and coalition
             building has the imprimatur of Jesse Steinfeld, former U .S .
             Surgeon General . It is designed to help activist organizations
             pursue anti-smoking legislation in their communities . Hanauer,
             Barr and Glantz co-authored the handbook .


                                                  5 . CARTER CENTER

   •    Founded : 1982
             Headquarters : Emory University, Atlanta, GA

             Executive Director : William Foege

              Fellows : Dr . Tom Beuergenthal
                        Dr . Harold Berman
                        Dr . Linda Brady
                        Dr . Carl Deutsch
                        Ellen Mickiewicz
                        Zale Powell
                        Dr . Kenneth Stein
                        Dr . Robert Pastor
                        Dr . William Foege (also Executive Director)
             Staff : Unknown
             Budget : Unknown

             Jimmy Carter established the Center at Emory University as a
             place where issues of international importance-could be discussed
             in a non-governmental, non-partisan atmosphere . It is designed
             to be an international research and education center focusing
             on such issues as human rights, Latin American and Soviet
             studies, international arms security, and health . The Fellows
             periodically stage seminars which draw participants from around
             the world . Foege, the executive director and an active anti-
             smoker, was previously affiliated with the Surgeon General's
             office, Centers for Disease Control (CDC), and the American
             Public Health Association .

             Foege directed a national health consultation group in 1984 to
             discuss preventable illness, injury and premature death . Former
             Surgeon General Jesse Steinfeld headed the sub-group responsible
             for developing recommendations aimed specifically at the tobacco
             .industry .

             Although the Carter Center has an anti-smoking stance, it is
             involved in numerous other activities and does not have the
             single-minded focus of an organization like GASP .


                                                  6 . CIGLIT

             Founded : 1985
   •   Director : William Townsley
             Organizers : W . W . Watkins, W . E . Townsley and Wayne Fisher

             CIGLIT was a consortium formed by lawyers associated with three
             different Texas law firms to share resources in personal injury
             cases against the tobacco industry . The joint venture would make
             common use of petition forms and discovery information, and would
             share experts to provide consultation and testimony . Director
             Townsley said its purpose is "to make hitherto prohibitively
             costly and time-consuming cigarette cases affordable and
             practical . The Texas courts have never passed on the issue of
             whether cigarette companies, unlike all other manufacturers,
             should be immune from legal liability to their millions of
             victims . The CIGLIT attorneys will present this issue to the
             Texas courts for an appropriate decision ."

             Cases are accepted on a contingent fee basis, whereby no attorney
             fees are payable except from money damages actually recovered .

             The driving force behind this consortium was Will Watkins .
             Watkins died in 1987, and after that much of the energy went
             out of it . There are several cases still pending, but they are
             currently inactive .


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                              7 . CITIZENS AGAINST TOBACCO SMOKE (CATS)

   •         Founded : 1985
             Headquarters : Cincinnati, OH
             Executive Director : Ahron Leichtman
             Members : Unknown
             Staff : Unknown, but small

             Ahron Leichtman founded Citizens Against Tobacco'Smoke (CATS) in
             October 1985 to promote anti-smoking programs in schools . CATS
             advocates a tobacco-free society by the year 2000 via public
             smoking bans, quit-smoking efforts, and strategies to prevent
             young people from smoking . According to Leichtman, CATS is a
             non-profit educational organization incorporated in Ohio . It has
             501(c)(3) federal and state tax-status applications pending . No
             financial figures on the organization are available ; Leichtman
             says he funds'CATS with the profits from his film ventures .

          CATS claims to be a national coalition of 42 nonsmokers' rights
          groups . CATS' letterhead lists several offices -- actually post
          office box numbers -- in many cities including Cincinnati,
          Rockville (MD), Boca Raton, Chicago, Denver, Beverly Hills, and
          New York . Leichtman says his 1ong=range goal is to expand this
   • coalition to include 50 nonsmoking groups and turn CATS into a
          truly national organization .

             Leichtman has no medical or scientific credentials ; his
             background is purely PR . He is the former media coordinator
             for the National Education Association, has worked at an ABC
             affiliate in Washington, D .C ., and attended UCLA's screenwriting
             program . In 1985, Leichtman produced a film entitled
             "Smokebusters" which depicts the effect of ETS on nonsmokers and
             explores the impact of nonsmokers' rights organizations on the
             legislative process .

             Leichtman lobbied for Cincinnati's ordinance which restricts
             smoking in public places . His anti-smoking affiliations include :
             president of Cincinnati chapter of GASP and acting director of
             Greater Cincinnati Coalition on Smoking OR Health .

             There has been little in the media re Leichtman and CATS over the
             past 3-4 years .

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                                    8 . COALITION ON SMOKING OR HEALTH

   •   Founded : 1982
              Headquarters : Washington, D .C .

              Executive Director : Matthew Myers

              Following the 1981 National Conference on Smoking or Health, the
              American Cancer Society, American Heart Association, and American
              Lung Association established the Coalition on Smoking OR Health
              to lobby federal legislators and policymakers on smoking issues .
              The Coalition originally had a purely federal mandate . However,
              by agreement, the strongest voluntary group in a given situation
              takes the lead in state and local anti-smoking drives, using the
              imprimatur of the Coalition . More often than not those leads are
              assumed by the ALA .

              The Coalition's strength stems from its ability to present
              scientific and medical "evidence" on smoking and health issues
              credibly, persuasively, and in the vernacular . Executive
              Director Matt Myers is an able Washington lobbyist who works well
              with the Washington principals of ACS, AHA and ALA . He is also
              part of the antis' network . He is frequently quoted in the
              media, and he almost always is on the agenda of anti-smoking
              hearings in Congress .

          In addition to forming the Coalition, the voluntary associations
   • have combined to create the Tri-Agency Tobacco-Free Young America
          Project to promote tobacco-free schools through educational
              programs .

              At the state and local levels, ACS, AHA and ALA have a built-in,
              "grass roots" anti-smoking network . However, their volunteers
              are primarily deployed to raise funds . For the most part, they
              lack advocacy skills, information, direction, strategic planning,
              and other elements vital to successful lobbying campaigns -- in
              short, the elements The Advocacy Institute is trying to provide
              and nurture . The voluntary associations could become very
              effective grass roots activists .


             • American Cancer Society (ACS)

                  Founded : 1913
                  Headquarters : New York
   •              Executive Vice President : G . Robert Gadberry
                  Volunteers : Claims 2 .5 million
                  Regional Groups : 58

                  Local Groups : 3,000

                  Staff : 300
                  D .C . Representatives : Alan Davis, John Madigan, and
                                            Kerrie Wilson
                  D .C . Consultant : Rivkin, Radler, Dunne and Bayh

                  In 1988, ACS had total income of $336 million .

                  It spent $89 .2 million on research, $57 .0 million on public
                  education programs, $29 .1 million on professional education,
                  $20 .8 million on community services, and $72 .4 million on
                  management and fund-raising activities .

             . American Heart Association (AHA)

                  Founded : 1924
   •              Headquarters : Dallas, TX
                  Executive Vice President : Dudley H . Hafner

                  Membership : 134,000

                  State Groups : 55
                  Staff : 240
                   D .C . Representatives : Scott Ballin, Mary Crane, and
                                             Rebecca Langager

                   In 1988, AHA had total income of $217 million .

                   It spent $55 million on research, $37 .5 million on public
                   education programs, $18 .0 million on professional education
                   and training, $30 .3 million on community services, and
                   $45 .7 million on management and fund-raising activities .

             . American Lung Association (ALA)

                  Founded : 1904

                  Headquarters : New York

   •              Managing Director : John Garrison
                  Staf f : 167
                  D .C . Representative : Fran Du Melle
                  D .C . Consultant : Health and Medicine Counsel of Washington

                  ALA claims 7,500 members, 59 state and 82 local groups .
                  The ALA is a "federation of state and local associations of
                  physicians, nurses and laymen interested in the prevention
                  and control of lung disease ." Its primary focus is
                  cigarettes .

                  At the close of FY 1987, the latest year for which figures
                  are available, the national ALA had total revenue of
                  $104 million .

                   During that same fiscal year, ALA spent $42 million on
                   research, $11 .7 million on community services, $18 .7 million
                   on public education, and $34 .2 million on management and
                   fund-raising activities .

                  ALA has recently organized a committee called the Minority
                  Outreach Committee . At present, not much is known about this
                  committee other than it is focused on reducing smoking in the
   i              minority community and is opposed to target advertising to
                  minorities .



                                9 . CONSUMER FEDERATION OF AMERICA (CPA)

              Founded : 1967
              Headquarters : Washington, D .C .
              Executive Director : Stephen J . Brobeck
              Members : 220
              Staff : 15
              Budget : $600,000

              CFA's purpose is to advance pro-consumer policy before Congress,
              the Administration, regulatory agencies, and the courts ; to
              assist state and local consumer groups ; and to increase public
              and media awareness of consumer needs . Activities have focused
              on consumer banking reform, product liability, telephone rate
              restraint, antitrust exemption for beer wholesalers, coal rail
              sales, and indoor air pollution . Indoor air pollution brings
              them into an anti-smoking posture, but their indoor air interests
              extend beyond ETS . For example, recent actions include :

              1 . Published pamphlet on indoor air pollutants and their
                   dangers .

              2 . Lobbied for including provisions establishing a coordinated
                   EPA program in Superfund legislation .

   ~       3 . Joined with Public Citizen to sue FDA to ban methylene
                chloride in decaffeinated coffee .

              4 . Submitted to CPSC comments on formaldehyde in pressed wood
                   products,•testimony on Commission priorities urging greater
                   attention to indoor air quality, and a petition asking for a
                   rule banning methylene chloride in consumer products .

              CFA produces a quarterly publication, Indoor Air News, which
              reports on indoor air activities of advocacy groups, scientists,
              regulators, and business organizations .


                                     10 . DOCTORS OUGHT TO CARE (DOC)

   •    Founded : 1977
              Headquarters : Wichita, KS
              Coordinator : Tom Houston
              Budget : $25,000

              Founded by Alan Blum, M .D ., and.other physician activists, DOC
              (membership 4,000) must be credited with forcing the generally
              conservative medical establishment to begin taking very public
              positions on lifestyle issues and transforming these positions
              into legislative and media action . DOC's focus is primarily
              anti-smoking .

             Although Blum had a stormy tenure as editor of the New,York
             Medical Journal, he is considered an "insider" in the
             anti-smoking movement and is an advisor to The Advocacy
             Institute's Smoking Control Advocacy Resource Center .

             DOC's primary spokesmen/activists are Blum and John Richards,
             Jr ., M .D . They find frequent opportunities for .media coverage,
             and they are active participants in anti-smoking seminars and
             conferences . DOC was a co-sponsor of the 1990 STAT Community
             Organizers Conference in Boston, and Blum and Richards both made
             presentations .

   ~ DOC was very active in working against DAKOTA in Houston when it
          was first introduced, including efforts (which were rejected) to
          get newspapers to carry anti-DAKOTA advertising .


                             11 . GROUP AGAINST SMORERS1 POLLUTION (GASP)

              Founded : 1971
   •   Headquarters : College Park, MD

              Founder : Clara L . Gouin
             Members : 10,000
              Budget : Unknown

             GASP is a grass roots organization spread out among 100 chapters
             throughout the continent and overseas to support the rights
             of the nonsmoker, turn public opinion against the social
             acceptability of smoking, publicize the hazards and discomfort
             caused by secondhand tobacco smoke, and eliminate smoking in
             places used by nonsmokers . GASP is almost invisible at the
             national level, but local leaders strongly push the anti-smoking
             agenda and are frequently available for the media in response to
             tobacco issues .

             Each city or regional chapter works for local restrictions and
             advertising bans . Local chapters often provide support with
             speakers as well as educational and promotional materials .
             Chapter newsletters are generally not terribly sophisticated
             productions . However, a reading of the newsletter provides
             insight into the current hot topics among the anti-smokers .

          The more active GASP chapters, such as those in New Jersey,
   • Florida, Ohio and Maine, often work closely with the local
          American Lung Association, American Cancer Society or health
          department .

             GASP members give the appearance of being crusaders on an
             emotional mission, and they are both ubiquitous and vitriolic .
             Past GASP chapter presidents include Richard Daynard of Tobacco
             Products Liability Project and Ahron Leichtman of Citizens
             Against Tobacco Smoke . A current prominent member is John Slade,
             Vice President, New Jersey GASP .



   •   Founded : 1985
             Location : The Kennedy School, Harvard University
             Executive Director : John Pinney
             Staff : Unknown
             Budget : Unknown

             The Institute's purpose is "to identify useful strategies
             for curbing cigarette smoking and make legislative'policy
             recommendations to encourage health promotion ."

             The Carnegie Corporation of New York awarded Harvard University
             $658,200 toward the establishment of the Institute . The Kellogg
             Foundation also awarded Harvard University a $726,300, 3-year
             grant to develop a program "to develop policy approaches for
             preventing and reducing cigarette smoking, especially among
             children and teens ." This year The Institute received $81,000
             from the Foundation to continue research in support of its
             programs .

             Studies released under the auspices of the Institute include
             recommendations on policy matters . One such recommendation
             advocated the use of nicotine gum in helping to quit smoking
             and called for doctors to encourage its use . Another stated a
             16-cent cigarette tax increase would induce 2 .5 million people,
             two-thirds of them under age 25, to quit smoking . The Institute
             recommended this tax hike since its report indicated the long-
             term effect would prevent about 850,000 early deaths .

             The Institute also publishes a newsletter entitled Smoking
             Behavior and Policy .



   •   Founded : 1974
             Headquarters : New York City
             Executive Director : Timothy H . Smith
             Staff : 10

             This is an organization of church agencies and their
             representatives, including 22 Protestant denominations and
             220 Catholic orders and dioceses, formed to assist members
             with coordinating their corporate responsibility programs
             and expressing social responsibility with their investments .

             Although the organization has been in existence for some time,
             it has only recently surfaced as an anti-smoking group by taking
             a stance among its membership to divest tobacco stocks as a
             moral issue . The group has also begun to proselytize beyond
             its membership and has gained media attention as a result .



                                   14 . MARTIN HIMMEL HEALTH FOUNDATION

   •    Founded : 1986
              Headquarters : New York City
              Chief Executive : Martin Himmel
              Staff : Unknown

              Although this is called a health foundation, its sole activity
              appears to be creating and airing radio commercials against
              smoking, drunk driving and AIDS, and it appears to be a crusade
              of one man .

              Martin Himmel owned an organization called Jeffrey Martin, Inc .,
              which successfully marketed such products as Topol smoker's .tooth
              polish and Porcelana fade cream . In 1986, he sold Jeffrey
              Martin, Inc ., to Dep Corporation for $75MM . He then retired to
              Florida . Not long after that, he became bored . He saw a TV
              broadcast about the American Heart Association and decided to
              work with them to develop public service ads on anti-smoking . He
              has a particular disdain for smoking and for tobacco companies,
              which he contends are "selling death ."

          He worked for a short time with AHA, but he soon became
          frustrated with the bureaucracy and started his own foundation .
          He works with Tony Schwartz, a New York media expert, to create
   ~ 30- and 60-second anti-smoking radio spots . One frequently aired
          anti-smoking spot focused on air quality in aircraft cabins and
          ran several months after Congress extended the smoking ban .
          Another featured Patrick Reynolds explaining that his grandfather
          (R . J . Reynolds) died of cancer, his father died of emphysema,
          and that his mother and three brothers, all smokers, have
          emphysema .

              A new spot, not yet aired, features excerpts from a speech by
              Louis Sullivan .

              The Himmel Foundation spent $1 .3MM in 1989 and expects to spend
              $2 .OMM in 1990 on radio, primarily on anti-smoking messages .

              (Based on information in an Advertising Age article .)


                                       15 . SMOKING POLICY INSTITUTE

              Founded : 1985
   •   Executive        Director : Robert Rosner
              Board of Directors : Leonard Beil - Pacific Northwest Bell
                                    Warren McPherson - Vanguard Electronic Tool
                                    Timothy Lowenberg - Schweinler, Lowenberg
                                      and Lopez
                                           G . Kumi Kilburn - Rainier Bank
                                           William Weis - Seattle University
                                           Sue Eastman - Brems Eastman, Inc .
                                           Hubert Slack - American Lung Association
              Staff : 2
              Budget : Unknown

              The Smoking Policy Institute, a non-profit operation, is
              affiliated with the Albers School of Business, Seattle
              University . The Institute aids organizations in addressing and
              resolving the issue of smoking in the workplace through seminars
              and consulting sessions .

              In 1986, Rosner co-authored a letter to The New England Journal
              of Medicine which cited the success of a total ban on smoking
              at Pacific Northwest Bell, a Seattle-based company . The letter
              called for doctors to consider current hospital smoking policies
              and press for more stringent restrictions .

   - At a meeting of the Interagency Committee on Smoking and Health,
          Rosner criticized federal agencies for "responding to the
          'letter' of the GSA smoking regulations, but not their spirit ."
          His comments were based on his survey of the agencies .

              This group has very little visibility and does not appear to be
              a maj or player .

   •                                                                                  ~

                           16 . STOP TEENAGE ADDICTION TO TOBACCO (STAT)

             Founded : 1985
             Headquarters :       Springfield, MA
             President : Joe B . Tye
             Staff : Unknown
             Budget : $100,000 (1990)

             Stated purpose is to raise public awareness of the role of
             tobacco ads and promotion in influencing children to smoke .
             Works to prevent children from purchasing cigarettes . This
             group was founded on and is dependent on the belief that tobacco
             companies intentionally, deliberately, and deceitfully work
             to get underage people to start smoking, and to even consider
             that this might not be true would deny their reason for being .
             Joe Tye is a tireless activist who constantly seeks media and
             presentation opportunities .

              STAT, co-sponsored by DOC, organized a Community Organizers'
              Conference in August 1990 which inaugurated a campaign to
              organize a national network of community-based activists .
              Presenters at the conference represented a "who's who" of
              the anti-smoker movement .



                                     17 . TOBACCO DIVESTMENT PROJECT

   •   Founded : 1990
             Headquarters : Boston, MA
             Executive Director : Brad Krevor
             Staff : Unknown
             Budget : Unknown

             Founded by Henry and Edith Everett to persuade organizations
             (hospitals, universities, pension funds, etc .) to divest
             themselves of tobacco industry stocks . Claimed responsibility
             for divestiture by Harvard and CUNY early in 1990, and Krevor
             gained a lot of media exposure as a result .

             Krevor's position is that it is "immoral to support an industry
             that kills 400,000 Americans a year ." (NYT 5/24/90)



                            18 . TOBACCO PRODUCTS LIABILITY PROJECT (TPLP)

              Founded : January 1, 1984
   • Headquarters : Northeastern University School of Law, Boston
              Co-founders/Chairpersons : Professor Richard Daynard
                                          Dr . Michael Charney (psychiatrist)
              Staff : 3
              Budget : Close to $40,000

              TPLP's purpose is to encourage tobacco product liability suits
              and "work for the end of the tobacco companies' 'disinformation'
              campaign ." It acts as a national clearinghouse for tobacco
              product liability suits and as such provides legal research and
              expert witnesses . Since .1985, Daynard has edited the Tobacco
              Products Liability Reporter which aims to assist plaintiffs'
              lawyers in dealing with scientific and medical studies .

              TPLP received an initial funding grant of $25,000 from the
              Rockefeller Family Fund . Although TPLP was originally to be
              operated by ASH, it is now an autonomous project of the Clean
              Indoor Air Educational Foundation .

          Daynard is the force behind TPLP . He has a law degree from
          Harvard, a Ph .D . in urban studies and planning from MIT, and
          taught psychiatry and the law at the New England Medical Center .
          He currently teaches law at Northeastern University . Daynard is
   • also a member of Massachusetts GASP .

              Daynard ensures that TPLP's position appears in most major news
              stories on tobacco liability suits . In 1987, Daynard received
              press coverage of his claim that a tobacco lawyer (Peter Hutt)
              conceded cigarettes are a health risk in a discussion of PREMIER
              with Ron Davis of the OSH, which Mr . Hutt vigorously denied .


                                  19 . WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION (WHO)

   •   Founded : 1948
             Headquarters : Geneva, Switzerland
             Executive Director : H . Mahler, M .D .
             Staff : 4,450
             Budget : $270 million

             International health agency of the United Nations, working toward
             the goal of "health for all by the year 2000 ." Broad-reaching
             organization active in a number of areas, but the center of
             anti-smoking activity is the,international arena . Acts as a
             clearinghouse of information and coordinates activities of
             international non-government organizations . Also supports IARC
             (International Agency for Research on Cancer) .

             WHO conferences on smoking bring activists from .around the world
             together to plan international anti-smoking objectives and
             strategies and frequently plan a platform'for some of the most
             vitriolic anti-tobacco-company rhetoric anywhere .

             Not active as an organization in the U .S .



                                 B . PROFESSIONAL MEDICAL ASSOCIATIONS

    • During the last several years, organizations representing various
           elements of the medical and nursing professions have launched
          high-profile, anti-tobacco campaigns . Of these, the most
           celebrated have been the American Medical Association's (AMA)
           advocacy of legislation to ban smoking aboard commercial
           airliners and to ban all forms of tobacco advertising and
           promotion ; the smoking cessation programs pushed by the American
          Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) and the American Nurses
          Association (ANA) ; and the American Medical Women's Association's
           (AMWA) smoking intervention activities directed toward women .

             These organizations cite several reasons for becoming involved in
             the anti-smoking movement : "390,000 premature deaths ;" rising
             lung cancer rates among women and minorities ; smoking prevalence
             among teenagers ; and the public's "failure" to understand the
             alleged health "risks" of smoking . They consider their efforts,
             which are primarily educational, as socially responsible and as
             part-of their professional calling .

             However, these groups, particularly the AMA, AMWA and AAFP, have
             also embraced the anti-smoking movement in order to combat
             lagging memberships and organizational enthusiasm ; to curry favor
             with anti-tobacco legislators, such as Henry Waxman and Pete
             Stark, who have jurisdiction over programs in which health care
             providers have a direct financial interest ; and to improve their
             public images . (They have been criticized for not taking such a
             stand .)

             They bring large memberships, .solid organizations, broad
             geographic distribution (state associations) and substantial
             resources to the antis' cause . However, they lack a single-
             minded anti-smoking focus and are more often preoccupied with
             various parochial interests which often bring the organizations
             into conflict with one another .


              1 . American Medical Association (AMA)

                   Founded : 1847
                   Headquarters : Chicago, IL
   •               Executive Vice President : James Todd, M .D .
                   State Affiliates : 54

                   Staff : 1,100 total

                   Key D .C . Staff : Wayne Bradley, Fanny L . Haslebacher,
                                       Peter B . Lauer, Dexanne Clohan,
                                       Jack R . Hotaling
                   D .C . Consultants : Gold and Liebengood
                                             Keefe Co . (Robert J . Keefe)
                                             Mahoney and Associates
                                             Sidley and Austin
                                             Washington Resources and Strategy, Inc .

                   In addition to representing the interests of doctors before
                   legislative and regulatory bodies, AMA publishes journals,
                   newspapers and directories ; offers financial management and
                   investment counseling services to its members ; operates a
                   professional malpractice reinsurance business ; and provides
                   "turnaround" services for bankrupt local medical societies .

                   AMA''s political strength comes from two sources . The first
                   is its organizational structure, with its roots in municipal
                   and state medical societies and its dozens of specialty
   0               councils . Combined with the individual wealth and social
                   standing of its members (271,000), AMA's structure enables it
                   to bring substantial human and financial resources to bear on
                   the political system .

                   The second source of AMA's power is its political action
                   committee, AMPAC, which is easily the largest of all
                   professional society PACs and the sixth largest of all
                   PACs . AMPAC is supplemented by the state medical societies'
                   affiliated PACs, which accept a great deal of guidance from
                   AMPAC Executive Director Peter Lauer in Washington .

                   However, AMA is not as powerful as it could be . This is in
                   part a result of its history of heavy-handed politics in the
                   pursuit of its narrow, parochial interests . It also stems
                   from its policy-making process, in which objectives and plans
                   are resolved by the AMA House of Delegates at its semi-annual
                   meetings .

                   While the AMA has taken an anti-smoking position, it has
                   not been nearly so visible as others in the anti-smoking
                   community . They did, however, take a strong position re
                   PREMIER, with former executive vice president James Sammons
                   providing one-half of a pro and con op-ed piece in USA Today
                   and AMA members testifying before Waxman's subcommittee and
                   in various state hearings on the product .

             2 . American Medical Woments Association (AMWA)

                   Founded : 1915
                  Headquarters : Alexandria, VA
                   Executive Director : Eileen McGrath, J .D .
                   President :, Mary Jane England, M .D ., Associate Dean, Kennedy
                                School of Government, Harvard University
                   Staff : 15
                   Budget : $1 .5 million

                   AMWA has about 11,000 members (60% are AMA members) and
                   150 local groups . AMWA is undergoing a self-described
                   renaissance . To achieve recognition, visibility, membership
                   and clout, AMWA is pursuing two strategies : training women
                   physicians for leadership positions and educating all women
                   about women's health issues . AMWA has labeled smoking
                   cessation among women its number one priority .

                   AMWA is not represented by lobbyists in Washington, but AMWA
                   activists are likely to become more involved in anti-smoking
                   activities, particularly through federally sponsored
                   intervention programs directed toward women .


             3 . American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP)_

                   Founded : 1947

                   Headquarters : Kansas City, MO
   •               Executive Vice President : Robert Graham, M .D .
                   Staff : 125
                   Budget : $20 million
                   Director D .C . Office : Rosemarie Sweeney

                   AAFP made headlines during a recent annual meeting because
                   of an acrimonious debate among its members over the
                   organization's divestiture of holdings in tobacco firms'
                   parent companies, and over its acceptance of a grant from
                   Fleischmann's (margarine) to be used to run public service
                   ads on cholesterol . AAFP also launched a major smoking
                   cessation program through its members earlier this year .

                   It appears that DOC founder Alan B1um, .M .D ., has considerable
                   influence within this fast-growing group, and AAFP
                   acknowledges that its anti-tobacco stance is useful in
                   attracting new members .

                   Current membership is 60,000, and there .are 56 state/local
                   groups .



             4.    American Nurses Association (ANA)_

                   Founded : 1896

                   Headquarters : Kansas City, MO
                   Executive Director : Judith A .   Ryan, Ph .D ., R .N .
                   Staff : 186
                   Budget : $14 .7 million
                   Director D .C . Office : Dr . Gloria S .   Hope
                   Consultants : Health Policy Alternatives
                                  Ogilvy & Mather Public Affairs, Inc .

                   Nurses and the ANA have a history of anti-smoking activity,
                   primarily in the area of cessation . They must be considered
                   increasingly .strong opponents of tobacco not because of this
                   history but because of their increasing involvement in the
                   political process . The current nursing shortage, coupled
                   with changes in the nation's health care delivery system, is
                   providing greater political leverage for nurses . (These
                   factors also place them at odds with organized medicine . The
                   ANA and the medical groups are similar, however, in that they
                   are membership driven .)

                   Nurses, as a group, feel strongly and negatively about
                   tobacco use . As they become more active in politics --
                   they have established the Nurses Coalition for Action in
                   Politics -- at all levels, they could easily become
   •               formidable opponents for the tobacco industry . The ANA is
                   not currently, however, a major factor in the anti-smoking
                   community .


            .5 . American Public Health Association (APHA?_

                   Founded : 1872
                   Headquarters : Washington, D .C .
                   Executive Director : William H . McBeath, M .D .
                   Members : 31,500
                   Staff : 65
                   Budget : $5 .5 million

                   APHA's avowed purpose is to protect and promote personal,
                   mental, and environmental health .

                   APHA has become more organized in its anti-smoking activities
                   in recent years, encouraging members to initiate/support
                   anti-smoking legislation at all levels . Resolutions
                   presented and supported at the Association's annual meetings
                   always include several on tobacco .

                   Two of APHA's more recent presidents have been ardent anti-
                   smokers . William Foege, elected president in 1985, was
                   formerly with the Centers for Disease Control . As APHA
                   president, Foege led the group's boycott of all non-tobacco
                   products sold by tobacco companies, and established the staff
                   position for APHA's anti-smoking initiative . Foege has since
                   taken his anti-smoking crusade to the Carter Center at Emory
                   University where he is executive director .
                   Bailus Walker, Jr . is noteworthy because of the many
                   restrictive smoking laws passed in Massachusetts during his
                   tenure as State Commissioner of Health .

   •                                         ~


                                      C . GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS



                          1 . DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES (HHS)

                                            Public Health Service

   . This is the home of the Surgeon General, the Centers for Disease
          Control, the Office of Smoking and Health, and the National Cancer
          Institute, all with strong anti-smoking agendas . HHS is under the
          current administration of Secretary Louis Sullivan, who rescued
          himself from mediocrity and obscurity by his all-out media attack
          on the tobacco industry in general and RJR in particular .

              Office of the Surgeon General
             All Surgeons General since Luther Terry have been anti-smoking,
             but the master, and the one who used the office most effectively
             as a "bully pulpit," was C . Everett Koop . During his tenure, he
             became recognized as the leader of the anti-smoking movement .
             The current Surgeon General, Dr . Antonia C . Novello, has been
             unable to attract attention and is virtually unknown . And since
             Koop's annual reports on smoking have covered virtually all the
             newsworthy areas (chronic obstruction lung disease, coronary
             heart disease, ETS, "addiction," etc .), it will be very difficult
             for future SG's to surpass him .

              Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
          CDC's Center for Health Promotion's Office on Smoking and Health
          (OSH) is administered by Ronald M . Davis, M .D ., director . In
          addition to planning and executing anti-smoking activities and
          educational programs, the OSH assists with the preparation of the
   • Surgeon General's annual reports . OSH deputy director Donald
          Shopland has played a significant role as general editor of
          several annual Surgeon General reports .

             CDC has launched mass media anti-tobacco efforts, notably
             sponsoring public service announcements aimed at both teenagers
             and adults . OSH has expanded its standard anti-smoking focus to
             include ETS issues . Davis says the risks of "passive smoking"
             can best be conveyed by using children in anti-smoking media
             messages . He encourages private sector anti-smoking
             organizations to do the same .

             National Cancer Institute (NCI)
             The National Cancer Act 1971 authorizes the National Institutes
             of Health's National Cancer Institute (NCI) to fight the war
             on cancer with generous levels of federal funding . The Act's
             renewal,in the 1980's faced tough opposition and intense political
             maneuvering ; it is up for reauthorization again in 1988 .

             The NCI director oversees NCI's multi-billion-dollar budget --
             approximately $2 billion for FY 1989 . Subsequent budget requests
             are expected to increase progressively to $3 .124 billion for
             FY 1993 .

          NCI originated the "Year 2000 Goals" made famous by the Surgeon
   •   General . There are some skeptics of the "Year 2000 Goals ."
          Individuals affiliated with NCI's anti-tobacco forces question
          whether the goals are realistic, arguing that a 50 percent
          reduction in mortality rates is unattainable .

             Department of Health and Human Services
             Page 2

             NCI's Division of Cancer Prevention and Control (DCPC) operates
             under the direction of Peter Greenwald . Dr . Joseph W . Cullen is
             DCPC deputy director . Edward Sondik, chief of the Operations
             branch, was a key participant in the planning of NCI's "Year 2000
             Goals ." DCPC's 18-member Board of Scientific Counselors includes
             anti-smoking advocates Kenneth Warner and Virginia Ernster .

             Cullen, who heads DCPC's Smoking, Tobacco and Cancer Program
             (STCP), is credited with building STCP into the "largest
             intervention research program in the world ." STCP is the primary
             vehicle through which NCI plans to achieve its prevention
             objectives and contribute to the attainment of the "Year 2000
             Goals ."

             STCP operates with a staff of seven professionals . The success
             of this group may be attributed to its use of contacts within
             NCI, NIH and other federal agencies, e .g ., EPA and FAA .

             STCP is currently funding 60 smoking intervention trials in
             more than 25 states and 200 cities . These smoking cessation
             projects affect an estimated 10 million people . The anti-
             tobacco intervention strategies target several groups including
             heavy smokers, women and minorities .

         STCP's largest program is the Community Intervention Trial for
         Smoking Cessation (COMMIT) which targets heavy smokers in 22
   • communities in the U .S . and Canada . With the assistance of 11
         community and social institutions, STCP expects to deliver
         smoking cessation strategies to more than two million people
         over four years .

             Lawyers and physicians are components of STCP's strategy to
             involve professional groups in the social aspects of the anti-
             smoking movement . STCP is developing the lawyers' program with
             the assistance of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute
             and Harvard University . They hope to train attorneys and doctors
             to advocate anti-smoking legislation, local referendums and
             workplace smoking policies .

             The National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) is also
             involved in anti-smoking activities . OSH records indicate
             that NHLBI allocated $10 million in FY 1987 for anti-smoking
             activities .

             NHLBI is a major sponsor of ETS-related research . Other federal
             agencies are co-sponsors for some of these projects, including
             a program to reduce passive smoking by infants, a study of
             environmental factors, passive smoking and heart disease, and
             Jonathan Samet's study of respiratory disease among Hispanics
             in New Mexico .                                                      Ln


   .   Founded : 1989
             No Staff, Headquarters, etc .

             Voluntary association of 37 members of Congress who will serve
             as a clearinghouse to help "educate" other lawmakers about
             tobacco use and its health effects . It is a formal alliance
             designed to build coalitions with other congressmen and
             congressional interest groups and to develop strategies for
             advancing tobacco-related legislation .

             These congressmen can be expected to be tied in closely with
             other key anti-tobacco groups and committed to the overall
             objectives of these groups .

             The goal, per Rep . Harold Rogers (R-KY), is to put growers and
             manufacturers out of business .




                                                  FOUNDATION FUNDING

                                                                       50774 6199


    • This was compiled by Carol Hrycaj of The Tobacco Institute in
           1988, using data available through 1987 . The results, which
           follow, may not be a complete record of financial assistance
           foundations provided, but major contributors and recipients are
           listed . The data were derived from information made available by
           The Foundation Center . The Center collects and disseminates data
           provided by foundations with assets of $1 million or more and
           annual donations of at least $100,000 .

              From 1978 through 1987, at least 21 foundations supported either
              anti-smoking organizations or anti-tobacco programs pursued by
              firms without histories of anti-smoking activity . Awards ranged
              from $5,000 to $726,300 and totaled $2,656,426 . Although these
              awards date back ten years, the majority of the donations were
              made in the mid-1980's . During the years 1983-1987, foundations
              gave $2,615,926 to further the efforts of the anti-smoking
              "movement ."

              The grantors included several prominent organizations, e .g ., the
              Rockefeller Family Fund, Carnegie Corporation of New York, and
              the Kaiser Family Foundation . In addition, corporate, banking
              and media-related interests were among the contributors .
              Attachment A is a list of foundations which have made donations
              to anti-tobacco causes .

          Anti-tobacco groups earmarked foundations' grants for several
   ~   purposes . The money was used to establish .organizations, sponsor
          anti-tobacco education programs, underwrite conferences, study
          strategies for smoking control and related policy, and support
          administrative operations .

              Anti-smoking groups supported, in part, by foundation money
              include The Advocacy Institute, the Tobacco Products Liability
              Project, Action on Smoking and Health, and Harvard University's
              Institute for the Study of Smoking Behavior and Policy .
              Attachment B is a list of foundation grant recipients, the
              grantor's name, and the amount of the donation . Attachment C
              is a list of contributions made to anti-smoking organizations,
              compiled from the Foundations Grants database .

              Certain foundations provided funding for more than one
              anti-smoking organization . For example, the Kaiser Family
              Foundation made grants to The Advocacy Institute, Americans for
              Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation, and the North Bay Health Resources
              Center . The Rockefeller Family Fund, Inc . donated financial
              support to both Action on Smoking and Health and the Tobacco
              Products Liability Project . American Nonsmokers' Rights
              Foundation and California Nonsmokers' Rights have utilized
              donations from the Gerbode Foundation .


                                                                         ATTACHMENT A


                        Blandin (Charles K .) Foundation, MN

                        Cabot Family Charitable Trust, MA

                        Carnegie Corporation of New York, NY

                        C .S . Fund, CA

                       Educational Foundation of America, CT

                       .First Bank System Foundation, MN

                       Gamble (The B .C .) and P .W . Skogmo Foundation, MN

                       Gannett Foundation, Inc ., NY

                       General Mills Foundation, MN

                       Gerbode (Wallace Alexander) Foundation, CA

   •                   Grant (William T .) Foundation, NY

                       Kaiser (The Henry J .) Family Foundation, CA

                       Kellogg (W .K .) Foundation, MI

                       MacArthur (John D . and Catherine T .) Foundation, IL

                       McBeath (Faye) Foundation, WI

                       Metropolitan Life Foundation, NY

                       Minneapolis Foundation, MN

                       Mott (Ruth) Fund, MI

                       Pittsburgh Foundation, PA

                       Rockefeller Family Fund, Inc ., NY

                       Sloan (Alfred P .) Foundation, NY


    )                                                                   ATTACHMENT B


                                                  GRANT RECIPIENTS

                                        Anti-Smoking Organizations

                          Advocacy Institute (total $320,032)

                          - $300,000 from The Kaiser Family Foundation, September
                             1987 (over two years)

                          - $20,032 from The Kaiser Family Foundation, December

                          Harvard Universit y, Institute for the Study of Smoking
                          Behavior an Po i.cy tota 6$3-,2160) '

                          - $658,200 from the Carnegie Corporation of New York
                             (for the establishment of the Institute), April 1984
                             (over three years)

   •                          $25,000 from the Cabot Family Charitable Trust, 1984

                          American Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation (total $70,000)

                          - $10,000 from the Gerbode (Wallace Alexander)
                             Foundation, October 1986
                          - $50,000 from The Kaiser Family Foundation, March 1986

                          - $10,000 from The Kaiser Family Foundation, February

                          California Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation (total

                          - $7,500 from the C .S . Fund, 1985

                          - $10,000 from the C .S . Fund, 1984

                          - $15,000 from the Gerbode Foundation, April 1984

    _                               N



   •                      Clean Indoor Air Educational Foundation for Tobacco
                          Proclucts ab'Mity Project (tota ,000)

                          - $30,000 from the Rockefeller Family Fund, Inc .,
                             October 1986

                          Tobacco Products Liability Project (total $25,000)

                          - $25,000 from the Rockefeller Family Fund, June 1985

                          Action on Smoking and Health (total $25,000)

                          - $25,000 from the Rockefeller Family Fund, June 1980




    •                                Other Anti-Tobacco Recipients

                          Brookings Institution, D .C . (total $25,000)

                          - $25,000 from the Sloan (Alfred P .) Foundation,
                             January 1987

                          Harvard University (total $807,300)
                          - $81,000 from the Kellog Foundation, February 1987

                          - $726,300 from the Kellog Foundation, August 1985
                             (over three years)

                          University of California, Jonsson Com rehensive Cancer
                          Center, Los Ange es total_T5STO

                          -$b0,000 from the Educational Foundation of America,
                             August 1983

                          National Council on Alcoholism (total $10,000)

                          - $10,000 from the Grant (William T .) Foundation, May
   •                         1987

                          North Ba Health Resources Center, San Francisco (total
                          T4TV,  8
                          - $446,894 from The Kaiser Family Foundation, March

                          American Lunq Association, Hudson Valley, White Plains,
                          NY total7$5, TOTT-

                          - $from the Gannett Foundation, Inc ., April 1987

                          American Lun Association of North Dakota, Bismark, ND
                           tota           5)       -

                          - $5,000 from the Metropolitan Life Foundation, 1985



    •                    A Smoke Free Generation, Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN

                          - $21,000 from the Blandin (Charles K .) Foundation,
                             August 1985

                          - $10,000 from the Gamble (The B .C .) and P .W . Skogmo
                             Foundation, 1985

                              $15,000 from the General Mills Foundation, 1984

                         A Non-Smokin Generation-Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN
                         Ztota , 0

                          -$10,000 from the First Bank System Foundation, 1985

                          A Non-Smokin Generation-United States, NYC, NY
                          Ztota , 0

                          - $5,000 from the General Mills Foundation, 1984

                          WQED Metro olitan Pittsburgh Public Broadcasting
                           tota ,
                          - $25,000 MacArthur (John D . and Catherine T .)
                             Foundation, 1984

                          American Lung Association, Milwaukee, WI (total

                          - $10,000 from the McBeath Foundation, July 1983

                          Film Arts Foundation, San Francisco (total $10,000)

                          - $10,000 from the Mott (Ruth) Fund, March 1982

                          American Lung Association of ~Henne i~n County,
                          i n neapolis, MN tota 10,500)

                          - $10,500 from the Minneapolis Foundation, March 1982

                          American Cancer Society, Pittsburgh, PA (total $5,000)

                          - $5,000 from the Pittsburgh Foundation, September 1978


    4         r                                                              ATTACHMENT C


        Kaiser (The Henry J .) Family Foundation, CA
          $300,000 to Advocacy Institute, DC . To establish Smoking Control Advocacy
        Center to assist local public health leaders and citizen groups . 7/17/87
          YRS . DURATION : 2
          LIMITATION : Giving limited to the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, for the
        Community Grants Program only ; other grants nationwide
            TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
            SOURCE : 9/10/87 FF , D
            FIELD OF ACTIV.ITY : Public health/Community affairs .
          KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking/Community affairs, public health/Public
        health, community affairs .

        Grant (William T .) Foundation, NY
          $?0,0(TO to National Council on Alcoholism, NYC, NY . To develop action
        plan and evaluation design for intervention to prevent alcohol use and
        cigarette smoking among young people . 5/27/87
          PROFILE : Agency (direct service) .
          POPULATION GROUP : Alcoholics or drug addicts ; Children or youth
          TYPE OF SUPPQRT : Program development
      REFERENCE : Thomas V . Seessel
      CQURCE : 6/23/87 FF , D
   • FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health
           KEY WORDS : Youth, alcohol abuse/Alcohol abuse, prevention/Public health .

        Kaiser (The Henry J .) Family Foundation, CA
              $"c 4 6 ; 3 9 4'-0 North • Bay Health Resources Center, Peta lt .lma , CA . For
        i. : .nmi3nity-basPd nutrition and smoking cancer risk reduction project .
        7 in!~ ~~ 7

            YR :: . DURAT I ON : 3
            PROFILE : Agency (direct service) .
            LIMITATION : Giving timited to the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, for the
        i•.3T2?l1.Initj Grants Program only ; other grants nationwide
            TYPE OF ,^.,UPPCIRT : Program development
            SOURCE : 6,.'15/87 FF , D
            FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Community affairs
             KEY WORDS : Community affairs, health education/Health education,
                                public health/Cancer, prevention/Public health,
            m~k ir.g




    Gannett Foundation, Inc ., NY
       $5,000 to American Lung Association,-Hudson Valley, White Plains, NY . To
     help organization establish program of cigarette smoking prevention in
     Westchester Couynty Schools . 4/15/87
       PROFILE : Association or.professional society .
       LIMITATION : areas of company operations in the U .S . and Canada
       POPULATION GROUP : Children or youth
       TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
       SOURCE : 4/15/87 NR , D
       FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Elementary education or secondary
     education ~
       KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking/School (public) health education/Health
     education, public schools

    Sloan (Alfred P .) Foundation, NY
      $2 :,, 0Q0 to Brookings Institution, DC . For conference on policv
    implications of 1986 Surgeon General's Report on health consequences of
    involuntary smoking . 1/16/I37'
      PROFILE : Research institute .
      TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
      REFERENCE : Thomas C . Schelling, Proj . Dir .
      SOURCE : 1/13-3/2/87 GL , D
   , FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Political science
      KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking/Public policy, health issues/Public
    health, conference/Health policy, conference

     Kellogg (W . K .) Foundation, MI
       $31,000 to Harvard University, Cambridge, MA . To identify useful
     atr .=.tegies for curbing cigarette smoking and making legislative policy
     recommendations to encourage health promotion . 2/5/87
       PROFILE : Private university or private college .
        LIi•4ITATION : the U .S ., Latin America, the Caribbean and southern African
     .,olintri•es ; support also for international fellowship programs in othe :-
        TYPE OF STJPPCRT : Research
         REFERENCE : Dr . Thomas C . Schelling, Dir .
         ^c;LJRCE : :>/16 ./37 FF , D
         FIELD tjF ACTIVITY : Public health/Political science
         KEY WORDS : Publ ic policy, health issues/Public health, amoking/i ;r:alth
     _ . .? i~,y , rr s : .arc'h




    GerbQde (Wallace Alexander) Foundation, CA
      $10,000 to American Nonsmokers Rights Foundation, Teen Project, Berkeley
    , CA . To train teenagers as teachers on facts about first-hand and
    second-hand smoke . 10/14/86
       PROFILE : Association or professional society .
       LIMITATION : Giving limited to programs directly affecting residents of
     Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco, and San Mateo counties in CA,
     and HI
       POPULATION GROUP : Children or youth
       TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
       REFERENCE : Viola Weinberg, Exec . Dir .
       SOURCE : 1/20/87 FF , D
       FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health
       KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking/Youth, public health

     Rockefeller Family Fund, Inc ., NY
       $30,000 to Clean Indoor Air Educational Foundation, Boston, MA . For
     Tobacco Products Liability Project . 10/86
       PROFILE : Association or professional society .
       TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
        SOURCE : 10/86 NL , D
      FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Consumer interests/Public health/Business or
       KEY WORDS : Consumerism/Public health, 'smoking/Business, corporate
     responsibility/Industry, corporate responsibility

     Metropolitan Life Foundation, NY
        $ :,,R0i ; to American Lung Association of North Dakota, Bismarcl,., ND . For
     H~-althy Me Award to Smoke Free North Dakota . Grant is one of 2Ct given to
     -~c,mmunity coalitions that have actively promoted comprehensive health
                     in public :,chools . 1985
        °R-C ?P ;LE : A .,sociation or professional society .
        POPULATI(7N GROUP : Children or youth
        TYPE OF SjTPPORT : Program development
        : ffUi;CE : 1985 AR , D
        FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Elementary education dr secondary
        RF,Y WORDS : Public health, smoking/Health education, public
     :;choolti/Ch .ildren, . health education/Lung, association/ Health associ,ation,
     lung/S<,hc?ol (public) health education




    Gamble (The B . C .) and P . W . Skogmo Foundation, MN
      $10,000 to A Smoke-Free Generation, Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN . For
    promotion of campaign in public schools to discourage smoking . 1985
      PROFILE : Agency (direct service) .
      LIMITATION : Giving limited to the Minneapolis-St . Paul, MN, metropolitan
      POPULATION GROUP : Children or youth
      TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
      SOURCE : 1984-85 AR , D
      FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Elementary education or secondary
      KEY WORDS :,School (public) health education/Public health, smoking/Health
    ~3ucation, public schools/Youth, health education/Children ., health

     First Bank System Foundation, MN
       $10,000 to A Non-Smoking Generation-Minnesota Program,                    Minneapolis, MN .
       PROFILE, : Association or professional society .
       LIMITATION : trade areas in MN, MT, ND, SD, WI, and WA
       :.OURCE : 1985 CR , D
   . FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health
      KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking

     ^, . ^ . Fund, CA
          $7,500 to California Nonsmokers Rights Foundation, Berkeley, CA . To
     Workplace Project ; which seeks end to involuntary smoking and associat?d
     health dangers on job . 1985
          PROFILE : Agency (direct service) .
          TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
          ;,r:rTr1CE : i 985 GL , D
          FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Business or employment
          KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking/Business, occupational health

     c:,ziee .r (The Henry J . ) Family Foundation, CA
         ~10,00C1 to American Nonsmokers Rights Foundation, Berkeley, CA . For
     :;h :r`-te .rm support of programs promoting awareness of non5moker,` _ights .
         PROFILE : Agency (direct service) .
            .*"T "AT?i;"T . C' ivirg l imited to th€ : San Fx anG :; scC., Bay Fit? .~ C A . f,-,r '.•h~
         ~: :~,~ :rt ~--F'ti•,,TT• : m :~r, Iy, other grants nati .~nwid~:
             ;r:,r rs~ iyi cT''
                                  O F{T . rF.'.Ci (=, rZ? °L1pprJ1't o r operating =upp o rt
         :i ;') tii'.~E . 5 /':. :?/8 J Fr D
         FT ;?L,U OF A('.TIVZTY : F'uL-lic health
                    WO^OS :            h-: .itth, smoking




    iaisPr .(The Henry J .) Family Foundation, CA
      $5t1, Q0(t to American Nonsmokers Rights Foundation, Berkeley, CA . For
    development of national program for nonsmokers' rights . 3/23/86
          PROFILE : Agency (direct service) .
      LIMITATION : Giving limited to the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, for the
    Community Grants Program only ; other grants nationwide
      TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
      SOURCE : 5/12/86 FF , D
      FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health
      KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking .

    Rockefeller Family Fund, Inc ., NY
      $25,000 to Tobacco Products Liability Project, Boston, MA . To encourage
    product liability lawsuits designed to force price of tobacco products to
    reflPct their true cost to society, by serving as a clearinghouse f~_r
    litigation materials, recruiting expert witnesses and publishing legal
    reporter . 6/85
      TYPE OF SUPPORT : General support or operating support
      SOURCE : 6/t35 NL , D
      FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Media or communications/Law or legal
      KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking/L~aw (public interest)/Publication,
   ~w/Information service, law

    c=eneta1 Mills Foundation, MN
           :Di5,0t10 to A Smoke Free Generation, Minneapolis, MN . 1984
           LIMITATI(%N : areas of major company operations, with emphasis:: on                                                    hr~
    '`i               .l MN area
           .=^: ;1RCE : 1985 AR , D
           FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health
           ~ FY WC3RD~ : Pub l ic health, smoking

          .:-;Lt •t Fr,r.] .i ly Charitable Trust . MA
        !'? 5, 0 0 0 to Ha .evard University, Institute for the Study                                        .~f S. r:o '• : in~-
     ?r;hatrior and Policy, Cambridge, MA . 1584
        PROFILE : Private university or private college .
        i,IMITATION : Giving limit~:d to the Boston, MA, area
        SOURCE : 1984 AR , D
        ?IET- . : ii ^F ACTIVTTY : Public-. health            -
        ,-, .?Y WnRD^ : Pt.lblicc health, smoking

     M .=: :-•A . -tF, ;<z ( .Tohn D and Cat}ierlne T . ) F :-undation, IL
           :fi :: 5, 0f)0 tn W Q E D Metrapolir..an Pittsburgh Public Broadcast•Lniz_ .
         it tsbi3 rgh . PA . Toward n .zt ional promotion camp .ai gn for Breathing E :as~j ,a
      . .-:1~=~ :L :~L f i lm ~ :n _ .-) : .lrag i .r:g j'~1uti1 not t0 :moke . 1984
       i 0?U' A'i'T ;~N rrOUP : Chi l :lr~:n or youth
   •'r'YI'E C :>_ Sr?F'F'C;FcT : Program dr•tre-lopmrnt
       ;C>C1i;" ;E : 1984 AR , D
       ~'ITLi) C?F Ac ;TIVITY . i ;ik,l i~~ h~•:a 1th/i~`~-di :-:r ,ommunicatiti~n~
                                                                                              rltr   t• :a rr.n.ni
                                                                                                              .      T5 g ./Y „I lth,.
           F;N.'I r~CRL~ :3S : F ;.,Lli .. ,' t-:r : .i.t,],t,'], i ~ , 4 .~n (t 3ublic~_ )
                                    .li                                    o

     o   •   1


      C .S . Fund, CA
        $10,000 to California Nonsmokers Rights Foundation, Berkeley, CA . For
     education on effects of cigarette smoking in the workplace . 1984
         PROFILE : Association or professional society .
         TYPE OF SUPPORT : General support or operating support
         SOURCE : 1984 GL , D
         FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Business or employment
         KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking/Employment, occupational health

     Blandin (Charles K .) Foundation, MN
        $21,000 to Smoke Free Generation-Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN . To launch
     t:ampaign in northern Minnesota to present positive images of non-smokers to
     school-age children . 8/26/85
        PROFILE : Association or professional society .
        L•IMITATICN : Grants limited to projects that offer direct or indirect
     benefit to residents of northern MN, especially the Grand Rapids area
        POPULATION GROUP : Children or youth
        TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
        S.)URCE : 3/26/85 GL , D
         FIELD OF ACTIVITY :            Public                  health                  ~,
       KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking/Health education, children/Children,
     health education
   _ -
     E.ellogg (W . K .) Foundation, MI
         $726, 300 to Harvard University, Cambridg~, MA . To identify useful
     vtr•atk .gies for curbing cigarette smoking and make legislative policy
     r•ecc:mmendations to encourage health promotion . 8/13/85
         YRS . DURATION : ')
         PROFILE : Private university or private college .
         L .IMITATICN : Grants limited to activities in the fields of agriculture,
      :dt~ :~tion, and health in the U .S ., Latin America, and the Caribbean, as
     .1 :•11 as international f?llowship programs in other countries
         TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
         REFERENCE : Derek C . Bok, LL .D ., Pres .
         : OUr'CE : 10/33/85 FF , D
         FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Political science
         KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking/Health policy/Public policy, health

      '~[Y,•r••al Mi .llc Foundation, MN
               ~00 t ;; A Non Umc~king C:r•neration-United States, NYC, NY . 1984
          E ,_ :
         F•r:C>F I LF :A :-• ::oc .iation or professional society .
                                G iv' :Plg       CO CU :.P, d primarily in commllnit ir• s wh e C e.
                                       nil .l 'L :' r•m p loy e : - s ll.v%: a n d work
                  E : 1 :384 AR D
         FTEL•T, OF ACTIVITY : Pul-l';1ic. he :,lth/Hr:alth general
         y'rY Y3C)CtD :~ : F'+ .,l;lic he .a .tt?t, _,moking/Health ,a_            ;soci :atinn


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   Gerbode (Wallace Alexander) Foundation, CA
     $15,000 to California Nonsmokers Rights Foundation, Berkeley, CA . For
   support of organizational development of Northern California office .
       PROFILE : Association or professional society .
     LIMITATION : Grants limited primarily to Bay Area of CA and HI and to
   projects which do not include : deficit budgets, general operating funds,
   religious purposes, films, publications, scholarships, and grants to
       TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
       REFERENCE : Stanton Glantz, Pres .
       SOURCE : 8/2/84 FF , D
       FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Equal rights or legal services
       KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking/Legal rights

    ':arnrgie Corporation of New York, NY
      $658,200 to Harvard University, Cambridge, MA . Toward establishment of
    Institute for'the Study of Smoking Behavior and Policy . 4/10/84
        YRS . DURATION : 3
   PROFILE : Private university or private college .                                   .
   TYFE OF SUPPORT : Program development
   REFERENCE : Thomas Schelling
   !            ,            D
   S C)[TRCE : 2/10•-4/10/84 NL
        FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Political science
      -KE`I WORDS : Public health, smoking/Public policy, health issues/Health
    pt3l ic.y , research

    Et.iiioational Foundation of America, CT
        $50,000 to University of California, Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center
          Lac Angeles, CA• . To develop training program targeted to train industry
    _:mployeea to dire~,t and facil-i tate effective withdrawal clinics for sm Ob_er~ :
      f! . ; ; h : . 8/3/°3 ~
        ^Ri;FILE : Hr_.spit ;:l cr medical care facil .ity .
        TYPE t)F SUPPURT : Program development
        REFE'L'ENCE : HelE:nt: G . I?rown, Co--Dir .
                      1/ ;.(; /8?l FF D
        FIELD OF ACTIVI TY : Public health
        " f? " ;d O fiDS .
        ,                     Industry, health education/Health r•ducat ion ,
    i7r, : :•t lth,   . :IT1t_'k ln•g

                        : F .a ;je) ~''c3tzndc`it3.c.al:, WI
         I,'_^, Ot :~I1 t .~ Amcr iean Lung ASsociation, Milwaukee, WI . For Smoking and
                  F TsE . ,? ::i .,t o r prc•fassio nal :-_=_tc iet.yit
         :Ti!TTATION : '_tr' .'tt'!te l .imiteca to WI, principally to projrct ::s t ::.c :.2=,ing t_)n
    _      ~
     ~'c: : ;f , c=. , ae i~~a1~-c•!=:
                   : , t•L t iL           area
    y r•  n i r 1Z,/iTI riC1 1.:r P~~[3P : li•,~ :-,m~ ~tl or Tlrl~
          'i L'r 0F :; ;TFrORT . Frogram d evfllopment
                           7              Exec . Dir .
                  iFriEttrF : :T•=tln~, ;-s F . .t'~ :n
                            / 10 /~~ :, FL' D
       7T^i:,i- 0^ A.CTIVIT`I . r'nl->> i•_ l-tt,~ :lth
       KE'1'                                                    p r ~:gnzn(°y/r'x•t- ;•nancy, health ~' Cit_lt_ 1tlc;rt/?'ilj"11C:
                                                                L :]na/Till[lg,              t1    .[7

    t   '

     Mott (Ruth) Fund, MI
      $10,000 to Film Arts Foundation, San Francisco, CA . For film ., You'va Come
    A Long Way, Rene, addressing issues of teenage female smoking . 3/4/82
      PROFILE : Agency (direct service) .
             POPULATION GROUP : Children or youth ; Women or girls
             TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
             REFERENCE : Lynn Hamrick
             SOURCE : 8/3/82 FF , D
             FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health/Media or communications
        KEY WORDS : Film, public health/Youth, health education/Public health,

      Minneapolis Foundation, MN
       * 10, 5G0 to American Lung As : ociation of Hennepin County, Minneapol is . irlN .
       To introduce Bio-feedbacL= Smoking Education Program in Hennepin County
     public and private schools . 3/ 16/82
       PROFILE : Agency (direct service) .
       LIi1ITATION : Grants primarily to 'programs in metropolitan Minneapoli :, and
     Saint Paul, MN
       POPULATION GROUP : Children or youth
       TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
       REFERENCE : Gerald Wm . Orr, Exec . Dir .
   , SOURCE : 5/24/82 FF , D
      FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health
          KEY WORDS : Lung, association/Public health, smoking/Health education,
        :3m0king/Youth, health education

         Roct=.r:felle .r Family Fund, NY
          'F,~:5 , QC)i) to Action on Smoking and Health, DC . To add second full-time
        attc.t•nf:y to staff . 6/6/80
          ?'',I7I',CE : 7/ 14/30 NRa , D
              KEY WORDS : Public health, smoking/Health (public) smoking

             :' ittcbut•g'h Foundation, PA
               ~~, 88t) to American Cancer Society, Pittti burgh , PA . For educat iona l
            r:aytria .l for ~;omp .rehensive anti-smoking effort for young people . 9/28/78
               : OtTRCE : lt)/2C.i/78 NR D
                          FIELD OF A :,TIVITY : HEALTH / : HEALTH AGENCIES
               r:E`t WORD : : Cancer : oci~•ty/Yt ;ut :h, ariti-e.mol: .ing effort


     I      t


         Kaiser (The Henry J .) Family Foundation, CA
           $20,032 to Advocacy Institute, DC . For Foundation"s Health Promotion
         Advocacy Conference . 12/5/85
           PROFILE : Research institute .
           LIMITATION : Giving limited to the San Francisco Bay Area, CA, for the
         Community Grants Program only ; other grants nationwide
           TYPE OF SUPPORT : Program development
           SOURCE : 5/12/86 FF , D
           FIELD OF ACTIVITY : Public health
           KEY WORDS : Public health, conference/Health maintenance



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