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Our Mission
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is dedicated to meeting the basic needs of people experiencing poverty. Grants focus on supporting organizations that serve older adults, women and children at risk, people with disabilities, veterans, and the Jewish community in the areas of Housing, Health, Jobs, Education, and Community Services.

Our Focus Areas

The Weinberg Foundation fulfills its mission to help those in greatest need by providing grants within five core focus areas. These core focus areas serve different populations, as well as different geographic areas.

Housing

The Foundation is dedicated to supporting organizations that provide safe and affordable housing.

Health

The Foundation is dedicated to supporting organizations that help children, adults, and families lead healthy lives.

Jobs

The Foundation is dedicated to supporting organizations that help people secure and keep quality jobs with opportunities for advancement.

Education

The Foundation is dedicated to supporting organizations that provide or supplement a high-quality education from kindergarten through high school.

Community Services

The Foundation supports service providers who operate multiple programs meeting a range of needs, which also align with the Foundation’s core focus areas.

Seeking a Grant?

The Foundation has an online application process for all capital, program, and operating grant requests. To learn more about how to apply, including eligibility, click the link below.

If you have a visual impairment or any difficulty in navigating our grants intake tool, please email grantsintake@hjweinberg.org. We will be pleased to assist you.

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Latest News

Covid-19 Emergency Grants

The $4 million includes $2.57 million in emergency funding to 55 nonprofits operating within the Foundation’s priority communities throughout the United States and Israel, as well as an additional $1.5 million of funding available for emergency needs that will be identified in the coming weeks and months.

» Read moreRead more about Weinberg Foundation Announces $4 Million in Emergency Grants to Nonprofits as Part of COVID-19 Response

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