At the beginning of 2005, for the first time ever, the White House released details about who receives money under the "faith-based" grant program. The Associated Press was given a state-by-state list of recipients, which they presented as a clickable map of the US that leads to 52 separate Acrobat files [here]. For ease of reference, The Memory Hole is presenting this previously unavailable data in HTML format (below) and as a single, consolidated Acrobat file [here].
The Associated Press notes the following regarding this list:
• These are organizations that the Bush administration believes to be faith-based. Some of these organizations dispute that characterization.
• Consult individual agencies for descriptions of various programs.
• State files include abbreviations for some departments: HUD is Housing and Urban Development, HHS is Health and Human Services and Educ. Dept. is Education.
Source: White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives