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If you have not had a chance, be sure to check out the Foundation’s blog. The first post of the year, written by program team members Darius Graham and Rachel Duden, discusses the importance of summer youth programs, including the Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative and YouthWorks—the Baltimore City summer youth jobs program. To read this […]

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As Hawai‘i continues to cope with the economic, social, and public health impacts of the pandemic, many families in rural communities are finding it difficult to access education resources and health care services. The Weinberg Foundation recently made grants to two networks supporting both of these vital sectors. Community organizations across the state have joined […]

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The Weinberg Foundation recently announced $7.5 million in grants to three Community Development Financial Institutions (CDFIs) as part of the Foundation’s long-term COVID-19 response, which is focused on meeting the increased demand by direct services nonprofits for accessible and affordable loan funds. There are many communities, particularly communities of color, whose residents’ aspirations cannot be […]

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The Baltimore Summer Funding Collaborative (SFC) has received and is currently reviewing more than 150 applications for summer 2021 programs. Decisions will be released in early March. Now in its seventh year, the SFC works to expand summer enrichment opportunities for young people in Baltimore City. Collaborative members currently include the Abell Foundation, the Annie […]

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The Weinberg Foundation recently approved more than 50 grants totaling $27 million supporting the areas of Housing, Health, Jobs, Education, and Community Services. This does not include COVID-19 emergency grants, which are updated regularly on our website. Housing Stable housing provides a foundation for individuals, children, and families to lead healthy and productive lives. Without […]

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The Weinberg Foundation recently approved $800,000 in Hawai‘i-specific grants supporting the areas of Housing, Health, Jobs, Education, and Community Services. This does not include COVID-19 emergency grants, which are updated regularly on our website. Health Good health is essential to help people move and remain out of poverty. Poor physical or mental health can prevent […]

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The Jews of Color initiative recently approved seven grants, totaling $278,650, to support the leadership development of Jews of Color, in response to an RFP launched in October. This round of grants, which was supported by the Weinberg Foundation, will elevate the leadership of Jews of Color at several Jewish nonprofits, including Camp Tawonga in […]

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