Weinberg Foundation reorganizes grantmaking structure and launches new website, including fully-automated online grant application tool.
The Weinberg Foundation today announces a significant increase in the amount of its annual grantmaking, as part of its Biennial Community Gathering.
Weinberg Foundation Announces $1.2 Million in Emergency Grants in Response to Pittsburgh Synagogue Mass Shooting
The Weinberg Foundation today announced $1.2 million in emergency grant funding as an immediate response to the shootings that claimed 11 lives and wounded six individuals this past Saturday at Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh’s Squirrel Hill community.
Funding will support increased accessibility for campers and staff with disabilities at Jewish summer day and overnight camps.
Alvin Awaya steps down; Gordon Berlin is selected as trustee; and Corbett Kalama and Giorgio Caldarone will assume leadership roles.
Weinberg Foundation, in partnership with the Stulman Foundation, receives the Secretary’s Award for Public-Philanthropic Partnerships
The awards recognize exemplary partnerships between foundations and government that have been critical in transforming communities and improving lives.
In 2014, the Weinberg Foundation’s Board approved an investment of $1.2 million over three years to expand Rapid Re-Housing for families in Baltimore City and conduct an evaluation of the program. The Foundation is now able to share the results of that evaluation.
The Weinberg Foundation is aware of a fraudulent email that has been disseminated as part of a so-called “phishing” or email “spoofing” scheme to fraudulently solicit donations. The Weinberg Foundation has no knowledge of this campaign, nor would the Foundation ever solicit donations.
Darius Graham will be responsible for refining and communicating the Foundation’s place-based philanthropic strategy for Baltimore, working across sectors to effectively implement that strategy, and developing metrics for measuring the Foundation’s impact.