The founders of Google have set up a foundation for supporting projects which try to tackle issues of poverty, disease, and global warming, the “Google Foundation”: http://google.org/
An article on New York Times has more details: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/09/14/technology/14google.html?_r=1&oref=slogin
The difference here is, they support “for profit organizations”: They do pay taxes. As long as focusfusion.org doesn’t get its tax exemption, this might be an option.
Problem is, they do not accept unsolicited proposals for now. So we need to get a foot in the door in a different way.
Google also has a grants programme for ads on their advertisement system, this time for tax exempted organizations, as far as I can discern from the German page (I do not get the US version here in Germany): http://www.google.com/grants/
So applying for a grant, though not being eligible, could rise interest of an Google employee who might forward the issue to the right person.