21/64 is a division of the Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies

Maurice Amado Foundation
Has a special interest in integrating information about the religious life and culture of Sephardic Jews whose ancestors originated in the Iberian Peninsula into the education of all American Jews, with a special emphasis on reaching leaders, both present and future, of American Jewry

AVI CHAI Foundation
Committed to the perpetuation of the Jewish people, Judaism, and the centrality of the State of Israel to the Jewish people

Helen Bader Foundation
Awards grants to improve the quality of life in diverse communities, dealing with issues such as Early Childhood Development in Israel and Jewish Life and Learning 

Russell Berrie Foundation
Works through promoting the continuity of the Jewish people and fostering religious understanding and pluralism

The Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
Focuses on enhancing education, preserving greenspace, sustaining the arts and sparking collaboration among its community partners

The Jacob and Hilda Blaustein Foundation
Promotes social justice and human rights through program areas such as Jewish life, strengthening Israeli democracy, educational opportunity, and human rights

Broad Foundation
Seeks to dramatically improve K-12 urban public education through better governance, management, labor relations and competition

J.E. and Z.B. Butler Foundation
Supports life-enhancing opportunities for at-risk and underserved individuals and families through partnerships with community-based organizations

The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation
Dedicated to helping the Jewish people flourish by supporting programs throughout the world that spread the joy of Jewish living, giving and learning

The Chazen Foundation
Funds projects dealing with museums, music, arts and cultural programs, higher education, human services, and Jewish agencies

Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston
Building a vibrant Jewish community, grounded in the values of caring, learning, and social justice

Covenant Foundation
Honors outstanding Jewish educators and supports creative programming, in order to strengthen educational endeavors that perpetuate Jewish heritage and identity

Arie and Ida Crown Memorial Foundation
Supports programs that offer opportunities to the disadvantaged, strengthens the bond of families, and improves the quality of people’s lives

The Nathan Cummings Foundation
Seeks to build a socially and economically just society that values and protects the ecological balance for future generations; promotes humane health care; and fosters arts and culture that enriches communities

Michael and Susan Dell Foundation
Funds initiatives and programs that foster active minds healthy bodies, and a safe environment where children can thrive

Dorot Foundation
Provides travel grants and fellowships in Israel 

Dutch Jewish Humanitarian Fund
Supports Jewish community programs and humanitarian efforts throughout the world

Gaia Fund
A San Francisco-based organization that awards grants in the areas of the Environment and Jewish Life

Richard & Rhoda Goldman Fund
Supports nonprofit organizations working in the areas of the Environment, Jewish Affairs, Population and the Quality of Life in the Bay Area

Morris Goldseker Foundation of Maryland
Supports nonprofit organizations helping communities and individuals in the Baltimore metropolitan area

The Harold Grinspoon Foundation
Enhances the vibrancy of Jewish life in Western Massachusetts and beyond through education and experiences that impart the knowledge and values of our heritage and the joys of being Jewish

Walter and Elise Haas Fund
Seeks to build a healthy, just, and vibrant society in which people feel connected to and responsible for their community

The Irving Harris Foundation
Supports programs making a contribution to the understanding of the processes by which the environment of the child may be directed to reduce risk to the child, particularly risk of developmental delay and disorders

Jewish Communal Fund
A publicly supported foundation that helps individuals and families meet their philanthropic and tax-saving goals through the use of donor-advised funds

Jewish Life Network/Steinhardt Foundation
Seeks to revitalize Jewish identity through educational, religious and cultural initiatives that reach out to all Jews, with an emphasis on those who are on the margins of Jewish life

The Jim Joseph Foundation
Supports Jewish youth programs including day schools, camping, youth groups, congregational education

Just Tzedakah
Provides resources for Jewish giving

Mayer and Morris Kaplan Family Foundation
Their mission is to help the people and communities of Chicago to forge a more progressive, inclusive and democratic society

Koret Foundation
Awards grants addressing issues from education reform to strengthening cultural institutions to stimulating free-market solutions and taking up other socio-economic challenges

Legacy Heritage Fund Limited
Seeks to build a global community of outstanding leaders and influential opinion makers

Jacob (Z"L) and Charlotte (Z"L) Lehrman Foundation
Supports and seeks to enrich Jewish life in Washington, DC, Israel and around the world

Mandel Foundation
The Foundation supports leadership education programs in its own institutions and at selected universities and organizations

The Milken Family Foundation
Its purpose is to discover and advance inventive and effective ways of helping people help themselves and those around them lead productive and satisfying lives

Moriah Fund
Seeks to promote human rights and social justice, help disadvantaged people gain self-sufficiency and control over their lives, foster sustainable development, and promote women’s rights and reproductive health

A philanthropic network of young Jews seeking to transform the Jewish future by funding innovative solutions to address crucial questions in Jewish life

Nefesh B’Nefesh
Foundation which provides financial aid and social support to Americans and Canadians interested in making aliya

Bernard Osher Jewish Philanthropies Foundation
Support arts and cultural institutions, in the greater San Francisco Bay Area and the State of Maine

Jay and Rose Phillips Family Foundation
Is committed to sharing resources for the public good, while exercising leadership and flexibility in responding to emerging community needs

Polk Bros. Foundation
They partner with local nonprofit organizations that work to reduce the impact of poverty and provide area residents with better access to quality education, preventive health care and basic human services

The Louis and Harold Price Foundation
The purpose of the Foundation is to encourage and support innovative and creative programs primarily in the areas of education, health, and human social services

Bernard and Audre Rapoport Foundation
Their mission is to meet basic human needs while building individual and social resiliency

Charles H. Revson Foundation
Focuses their philanthropic efforts in the areas of Urban Affairs, Education, Biomedical Research Policy, and Jewish Philanthropy and Education

Marc Rich Foundation
Aims to increase educational opportunities internationally, encourage cultural excellence and improve the lives of the less fortunate

Righteous Persons Foundation
Is dedicated to supporting efforts that build a diverse and vibrant Jewish community in the United States

Samis Foundation
Its goal is to enhance Jewish education in Washington State and to enhance the appreciation for Jewish culture and history in both Washington State and in Israel

The Sosland Foundation
Seeks to serve the underserved, protect our society’s most vulnerable and provide educational opportunities for all children at the level we wish for our own children

UJA-Federation of New York

A central force for communal planning and philanthropy in the New York Jewish community.

Wasserman Foundation
Supports organizations focused on advancing and promoting education, environment, health and welfare, and the arts

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation
Dedicated to assisting the poor, primarily through operating and capital grants to direct service organizations located in Baltimore, Hawaii, Northeastern Pennsylvania, New York, Israel and the Former Soviet Union

The Wexner Foundation
A foundation devoted to Jewish leadership

Ziv Tzedakah Fund
Dedicated to the collection and distribution of funds to various little known tzedakah projects

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