from the ESF was quickly replaced by a more substantial cornucopia.
The seed money
for the ASEAN Human Resources Development Fund would come from Japan's contributions to the ASEAN Foundation, which funds exchange programs both within ASEAN and between ASEAN countries and Japan.
A comprehensive article about him in the July/August 1981 Columbia Journalism Review reported, "Since 1973, Scaife entities have provided seed money
to as many as two dozen New Right organizations," which at the time of their organization was "of more value than millions later on.
Eastman Kodak pioneered an Office of Innovation to provide seed money
and guidance to innovators.
Once admitted, participants receive financial literacy training, including the basics of banking, and are given $100 in seed money
to open an Individual Development Account.
Other aspects of Microsoft's proposed plan include $150 million in seed money
for technology spending and an additional $160 million for technology support programs to assist participating schools.
Women-led business startups are far surpassing the national average for star tups, despite the hurdles many women face when launching their own business - and they are managing to do so with very little seed money
To New York Hospital, the Helmsleys gave $30 million that provided seed money
for the construction of new facilities.
Money spent by the government on the arts has a generative effect; it is basically seed money
that is intended to stimulate the development of resources.
A portion of the proceeds from tickets sold to State of New Hampshire employees during those events will be used as seed money
for the pilot project.
If authorized, the federal funding would provide valuable seed money
for a developing plan to clean up and return portions of the the concrete flood channel to a natural state, at a potential cost of $1 billion.
Financial Services provided $250,000 in seed money
to start funding the training for HBCU faculty members.