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 basic needs. The Foundation is dedicated to supporting organizations that provide safe and affordable housing.
Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey
Cherry Hill, NJ
$2,500,000 capital grant to support the construction of The Commons, an affordable housing development that will serve older adults and adults with disabilities.
$1,500,000 capital grant to support the construction of an affordable housing development, including 12 units for people with disabilities, in the Johnston Square neighborhood.
$400,000 capital grant to support the construction of 17 units of affordable housing for adults with developmental and/or psychiatric disabilities.
$400,000 capital grant to support the renovation of former convent and rectory buildings, on the Independence Place campus, that will provide housing for homeless women who are in recovery and their children.
Mercy Housing Lakefront
$350,000 capital grant to support the renovation of a supportive housing development for formerly homeless adults.
Baltimore City Foundation
$200,000 program grant over two years ($100,000 per year) to support a program, in partnership with Health Care for the Homeless, that will provide permanent supportive housing for 100 chronically homeless individuals and families.
$200,000 capital grant to support the purchase of an apartment that will provide affordable, supportive housing for four young adults with varying types of disabilities.
$90,000 Small Grant to support the purchase and renovation of a new, larger facility for this community hub, with the goal of providing housing and related comprehensive services for residents.
Good health is a prerequisite for any other life pursuit. Poor physical or mental health can prevent people from seeking education, employment, and other opportunities that would allow for economic mobility. The Foundation is dedicated to supporting organizations that help children, adults, and families lead healthy lives.
Long Island City, NY
$1,500,000 capital grant to support the relocation of this organization’s clinic to a larger site with the goal of expanding primary care services and introducing specialty services, including optometry and dermatology.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Home
San Diego, CA
$500,000 capital grant to support the construction of a new PACE (Program for All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) Center that will provide comprehensive health care services for older adults with the goal of helping them remain independent.
Santa Rosa Community Health Centers
Santa Rosa, CA
$350,000 capital grant to support the construction of a new federally qualified health center that will provide medical, dental, and mental health care services.
Baltimore City Health Department
$300,000 program grant over two years ($150,000 per year) to support B’More for Healthy Babies, an initiative that works to ensure all of the City’s children are born healthy and grow and thrive in healthy families.
The Headstrong Project
Greater Baltimore and Howard County, MD
$200,000 program grant over two years ($100,000 per year) to support the expansion of this organization’s evidence-based trauma therapy for post-9/11 combat veterans and their families.
For All Seasons
Eastern Shore, MD
$150,000 operating grant over two years ($75,000 per year) to support the general operations of this rape crisis center that provides emergency food, shelter, and case management, as well as a crisis hotline and community education and to expand this organization’s behavioral health services.
NAMI Montgomery County
Montgomery County, MD
$40,000 Small Grant over two years ($20,000 per year) to support this organization’s Latino outreach program that provides behavioral health services and increases access via Spanish-language web content and brochures.
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. The Foundation is dedicated to supporting organizations that help people secure and keep quality jobs with opportunities for advancement.
$2,500,000 capital grant to support the launch of this organization’s training program, restaurant, and catering business that will prepare adults for careers in the food service industry.
Throughout the United States
$700,000 capital grant to support the expansion and improvement of this organization’s IT training facilities and equipment at six existing and two new locations.
New York, NY
$125,000 capital grant to support the expansion of this organization’s facility with the goal of helping more individuals find, secure, and retain jobs.
New Horizons Supported Services
Charles County, MD
$60,000 program grant to support this organization’s employment program that helps adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities find, secure, and retain employment.
$100,000 Small Grant over two years ($50,000 per year) to support the Woodlawn Cemetery Preservation Training Program that provides unemployed and underemployed individuals with job training that leads to permanent employment opportunities in the fields of masonry restoration and construction.
Education can help break the cycle of poverty. Providing at-risk children and youth with academic opportunities helps prepare them for a stable and productive future. The Foundation is dedicated to supporting organizations that provide or supplement a high-quality education from kindergarten through high school.
St. Francis Neighborhood Center Corporation
$1,200,000 capital grant to support the renovation and expansion of this organization’s facility that will allow its after-school and summer program—providing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education, character development, service learning, and exercise activities—to more than double the number of students served.
Medical Education Resources Initiative for Teens
$200,000 operating grant over two years ($100,000 per year) to support the general operations of this organization that provides academic and internship assistance for students who want to pursue college tracks and careers in healthcare.
$150,000 program grant to support programming for more than 300 middle school students and to help this organization strengthen its high school-placement services, alumni programming, and family engagement.
Ramapo for Children
$50,000 program grant to support this organization’s inclusion training program and professional learning community for organizations that provide out-of-school time programs.
Montgomery County, MD
$100,000 Small Grant over two years ($50,000 per year) to support the general operations of this organization that provides first generation college students with the support needed to gain access to financial aid and a college education.
Montgomery County, MD
$100,000 Small Grant over two years ($50,000 per year) to support the general operations of this organization that provides academic tutoring, customized test preparation, college and financial aid guidance, and wraparound support for high school and college students.
Maryland Book Bank
$85,000 Small Grant to support the expansion of this organization’s facility with the goal of providing more storage, as well as a larger distribution of books and other educational resources.
Interfaith Service Coalition
$55,000 Small Grant to support the renovation of a community center that will include a commercial kitchen and cafeteria where youth can access healthy meals, an activity room for after-school programming, and four apartments for homeless individuals.
Albany Park Theater Project
$50,000 Small Grant over two years ($25,000 per year) to support this organization’s high school program that provides mentoring, academic, and college preparation services for underserved students.
Drexel Neumann Academy
$50,000 Small Grant to support the general operations of this school that provides students with a safe environment to learn, featuring small class sizes as well as additional instructional hours after school and throughout the summer, and to grow their STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) program.
The Foundation helps to build stronger communities through strategic partnerships. The Weinberg Foundation recognizes that certain service providers operate multiple programs that meet a range of needs and therefore incorporate many of the Foundation’s focus areas. The Foundation also is engaged in selected initiatives addressing Jewish poverty on a national scale, as well as strengthening the leadership of nonprofits that will serve the Jewish community moving forward.
$3,200,000 capital grant to support the construction of this organization’s new grief support center that will serve children and families who have experienced violence and trauma.
Jewish Community Alliance of Northeastern Pennsylvania
$1,000,000 capital grant to support the construction of a Jewish community campus that will bring several service providers together under one roof, including older adult services, an expanded food bank, and after-school and summer programs for youth.