As the COVID-19 pandemic highlights the urgent need for reliable internet, the Foundation continues to prioritize opportunities to increase digital equity in rural communities. A recent grant to Friends of the Library of Hawai‘i will support technology upgrades at Hawaiʻi State Public Libraries located in rural communities throughout the state over the next year. This […]

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The Foundation remains committed to its core mission of meeting the basic needs of people experiencing poverty and also believes it is critically important, especially in this moment, to expand upon a long-standing commitment to ensuring the safety and security of the Jewish community, including fighting hate in all of its forms. This commitment includes […]

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In partnership with the Foundation for Jewish Camp (FJC), the Weinberg Foundation has committed a total of $12 million to the Yashar matching grants initiative, with the goal of increasing accessibility for campers and staff with disabilities. Recently, in the third round of funding, the Weinberg Foundation provided $2.6 million in capital and program grants […]

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The Weinberg Foundation recently approved more than 75 grants totaling $12.7 million supporting the areas of Housing, Health, Jobs, Education, and Community Services. Housing Stable housing provides a foundation for individuals, children, and families to lead healthy and productive lives. Without housing, people are unable to focus on education, employment, health care, and meeting other […]

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The Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative (the Collaborative) has awarded $3.46 million in grants to support 87 high-quality summer programs for children and youth living in low-income families throughout Baltimore City. The Collaborative is a partnership between public, private, and nonprofit institutions that aims to create summer program options for families, including academic support to reduce […]

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Weinberg Foundation grantee Roberta’s House recently celebrated the opening of their new Grief Support Center located in East Baltimore. This fully accessible center helps individuals and families recover and heal from loss and grief through comprehensive programs, including counseling, peer support, education, research, and holistic practices. The Weinberg Foundation provided $3.2 million for the completion […]

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Jobs Employment provides the best opportunity for personal success and financial security. Quality training programs that lead to employment enable individuals and families to achieve economic stability.  Hawai‘i Community Foundation Honolulu, HI $100,000 program grant to support the implementation of the Hawaiʻi Workforce Funders Collaborative, in partnership with the National Fund for Workforce Solutions, with […]

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The Foundation recently announced an additional $4.5 million in grants to nine nonprofits in Baltimore City for the continuation of the Housing Upgrades to Benefit Seniors (HUBS) initiative. This three-year project will provide home modifications and repairs—including grab bars, electrical and plumbing repairs, and roof and furnace replacements—in addition to wraparound services for more than […]

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The Weinberg Foundation, along with the Hawai‘i Community Foundation (HCF), Harold K.L. Castle Foundation, and Hawai‘i Medical Services Association (HMSA), recently launched the Hawai‘i Workforce Funders Collaborative. The Collaborative is open to all private donors active in Hawai‘i workforce initiatives, and members will work together to ensure that Hawai‘i residents have access to high-quality jobs […]

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