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Black lives matter. During this time of tragedy and heartbreak that puts a spotlight on the harsh realities that our country must confront, the Weinberg Foundation stands with calls to move forward together through peaceful protest in pursuit of justice, healing, and the action demanded to achieve meaningful and transformational change.

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Baltimore (March 27, 2020) – The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation today announced $4 million in emergency grant funding as the Foundation’s initial response to the developing COVID-19 public health crisis. The emergency grants will support current grantees that are providing vital services within their communities while facing severe operational challenges as a result of this […]

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Securing and maintaining a safe place to call home is a vitally important basic need that has been highlighted throughout the pandemic. As part of its COVID emergency response, the Foundation provided grants to four organizations— Catholic Charities Hawai‘i, Family Life Center, Ka Hale A Ke Ola, and Maui Economic Opportunity—who stepped up in the early […]

» Read moreRead more about Grantees collaborate to create positive change in housing and food security

This year the Weinberg Foundation celebrates its 30th anniversary. 2020 began with a lot of excitement, including plans for a very special Biennial Community Gathering in Baltimore, as well as community gatherings in the Foundation’s priority communities of Hawaiʻi and Israel. In addition to marking its anniversary, the Foundation—as always—looked forward to celebrating its grantees and partners. Of course, the world has changed in previously unforeseeable ways.

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The Weinberg Foundation is committed to supporting current grantees that are providing vital services within their communities, while facing severe operational challenges as a result of this pandemic. As in all of the Foundation’s priority regions, the Foundation is dedicated to meeting the basic needs of people experiencing poverty. To date the Foundation’s COVID-19 response […]

» Read moreRead more about More than $4 million awarded to Hawai‘i nonprofits addressing impacts of COVID-19

Imagine being able to dramatically increase the number of students who enter and complete higher education within the next 10 years. How? By offering a guaranteed scholarship to every high school graduate and then reinforcing that promise with mentorship and intensive programming to support students during high school, the college application process, and throughout college.

» Read moreRead more about Foundation commits $3.7 million to support education and civic initiatives in Stockton, CA

This year the Weinberg Foundation celebrates its 30th anniversary. 2020 began with a lot of excitement, including plans for a very special Biennial Community Gathering in Baltimore, as well as community gatherings in the Foundation’s priority communities of Hawaiʻi and Israel. In addition to marking its anniversary, the Foundation—as always—looked forward to celebrating its grantees and partners. Of course, the world has changed in previously unforeseeable ways.

» Read moreRead more about Biennial Community Gathering postponed until November 2021

The news has been difficult on every front: the continuing COVID-19 health crisis, the economic challenges resulting from the sudden halt of all activity, the strain placed upon so many nonprofits responsible for delivering critical services to community members, and the upheaval for school systems and students. In addition, the nation is struggling to reconcile with and heal the historical racial injustice so vividly and painfully symbolized by the violent deaths of men and women that demand accountability and action.

» Read moreRead more about The year that no one could have imagined

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 basic needs. Habitat for Humanity of the Chesapeake Baltimore, MD $1,000,000 capital grant to support the renovation and construction of 20 energy-efficient, affordable […]

» Read moreRead more about More than $25 million in additional new grants announced
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