The 2009 annual review centers on the RBF’s Southern China program’s efforts to build understanding and facilitate cooperation between the United States and China in pursuing effective policy and action on energy and climate challenges. It includes two narrated video slideshows; the first is a discussion about the Rockefeller family’s history in China, and the evolution of the Fund’s, and the second is a dialogue surrounding the importance of environmental information disclosure.
The 2008 annual review focuses on the RBF's Democratic Practice program and covers several topics, including voting rights and election reform, public financing, and immigration.
The 2007 annual review cover story "Making Sense of the World: U.S. Foreign Policy and Our Global Role" centers on the RBF's Peace and Security program and asks the question, "What kind of country do we want to be in the world?"
The 2006 Annual Review features the RBF's grantmaking in the Western Balkans, and discusses the urgency of fostering communal dialogue in order to usher real stability into the region.
In the 2005 Annual Review cover story, David Sassoon highlights solutions to global warming and describes how citizens can prod the nation to action collectively and draw others to this vital effort.
The 2004 Annual Review includes a message from President Stephen Heintz on the Rockefeller Brother Fund's unique approach to grantmaking. This annual review also includes a message from the Chair Steven Rockefeller, as well as our financial report and program updates.
n.b. From 2004-2010, detailed information about grantmaking budgets, Pocantico operations, human resources, operations, administration and financial data was compiled into a separate report called the Statistical Review.
The 2003 Annual Review includes a message from President Stephen Heintz on the role of foundations in democratic society and the Rockefeller Brothers Fund's responsibility with regard to transparency, accountability, and effective governance. This annual review also includes a message from the Chair Steven Rockefeller, as well as our financial report and program updates.
In the 2002 Annual Review, Chairman Steven Rockefeller and President Stephen Heintz discuss the Fund's completion of a two-and-a-half-year strategic review process, resulting in the adoption of a redesigned program architecture.
The 2001 Annual Review includes a message from President Stephen Heintz in which he reflects on the work of the RBF during the previous year, comments on the terrorist attacks of September 11th, and offers thoughts on the direction of the RBF. This annual review also includes a message from the Chair Steven Rockefeller, as well as our Financial Report and Program updates.
The 2000 Annual Review includes a message from Chairman Steven Rockefeller, as well as a report from the Management Committee, our financial report, and program updates.