Aaron Straus and Lillie Straus Foundation
Aaron and Lillie Straus' clearly focused philanthropic vision, to give children protection, education, and opportunity, continues today in a contemporary context. With the Foundation's long term support of critical policies and programs, fragile families and children are increasingly connected to the avenues of hope and advantage which can lead to better futures. The Foundation continues to focus its work almost exclusively on the Baltimore metro...
Alan B. Slifka Foundation - Human Rights - National Focus
The Alan B. Slifka Foundation is a small family foundation that focuses its grantmaking in the field of coexistence –– the proactive embrace of diversity and difference. We only fund nonprofit organizations. In the human rights arena, we are interested in proposals that address human rights issues through cooperative, cross–group work. We can only fund U.S.–based organizations or organizations that are represented by US–based...
Alex Stern Family Foundation - Fargo-Moorhead - North Dakota
The Alex Stern Family Foundation supports the arts, social welfare/human services, education, youth recreation, civic projects and health issues for the benefit of the greater Fargo–Moorhead area.
Alexander and Margaret Stewart Trust - Washington DC
The Alexander and Margaret Stewart Trust makes grants to organizations, primarily in Washington, D.C., that provide care or treatment of economically deprived D.C. residents suffering from cancer or childhood afflictions. Awards are granted for one year at a time and may be extended upon re–application.
Alfred & Tillie Shemanski Testamentary Trust - Washington
The Alfred & Tillie Shemanski Trust was established in 1974 to: Improve the capacity of and cooperation among Jewish congregations in the City of Seattle, Washington; Support interfaith tolerance and understanding; Provide scholarship assistance, primarily to the University of Washington and Seattle University; Support and promote quality educational, human services, and health care; programming for economically disadvantaged individuals and families.
Amy Adina Schulman Memorial Fund
The Amy Adina Schulman Memorial Fund is unique in that it provides grants only to individuals, young adults who volunteer or intern in progressive social action projects of their own choosing. Applicants submit a letter of acceptance from the project with which they will work, and also submit a proposed plan as to how they will educate and encourage their peers to participate in similar social action.
Ann Sherry Foundation
The Foundation focuses its charitable and educational efforts in three areas. The first is education, where the Foundation is interested in providing funding for innovative and technological approaches to public education. The second is international and cultural exchange, where the Foundation seeks to promote world peace by contributing to a better understanding among America and its world neighbors. The third is to address community social problems, wher...
Carl and Ruth Shapiro Family Foundation
The Foundation's funding interests are in the areas of Arts and Culture, Education, Health and Hospitals, Jewish Causes and Social Welfare. Its grants are concentrated in Greater Boston area and Palm Beach County, Florida. The Foundation does not consider endowment requests nor does it accept unsolicited proposals. If an organization wishes to be considered for an Initiative's RFP recipient list, it should call Foundation staff to discuss its wor...
Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation
The primary mission of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation is to help children, teens and young adults strengthen their Jewish identities and connections by providing funding and technical assistance to initiatives around the world that: Deepen commitment to Jewish peoplehood and community; Enhance understanding of and connection to Israel; Promote Jewish service and tikkun olam. In our hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma, we are proud to support a...
Charles and Mildred Schnurmacher Foundation - NY, Southern California
The Charles and Mildred Schnurmacher Foundation was established in 1977 by Charles Schnurmacher as a vehicle for his charitable giving. The Foundation supports programs in a variety of fields including the animals, performing arts, education, horticulture, hospitals, homeless services, human rights, and scientific research, Social Justice. We strongly encourage applicants to contact our office before submitting unsolicited grant proposals. Our giving is pr...