The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, Inc.

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation was eastablished during the late 1930s by Harry weinberg as a long term vehicle for consistent charitable activity.

The Weinberg Foundation assists financially disadvantaged and vulnerable individuals and families through grants to direct service organizations. Their end goal is to help these individuals and families to overcome obstacles and achieve greater self-sufficiency.

The foundation gives grants to the following program areas: older adults; workforce development; basic human needs & health; disabilities; education, children, youth, and families; general community support; and Maryland small grants program

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Recent News from Weinberg Foundation

Claims Conference Establishes Special Emergency Fund For Holocaust Survivors During The ...

We will continue to evaluate this emergency fund to address critical gaps as they arise. Our leadership and staff are committed to ensuring that all...more

Habitat helps veteran keep his home
Foundation: Weinberg Foundation, Home Depot Foundation

The Home Depot Foundation grant: Habitat Susquehanna is a participant in Habitat International's Repair Corps program, an initiative funded...more

Two local Jewish camps get grants to increase accessibility
Foundation: Weinberg Foundation

Two local Jewish camps get grants to increase accessibility ... some extra help from the Yashar Initiative — a program of the Foundation for Jewish Camp. ... In the first round of grants, announced...more

NEPA Learning Conference held in Scranton
Foundation: Taylor Foundation, Weinberg Foundation

Hosted by the Scranton Area Community Foundation through its Center for Community Leadership and Nonprofit Excellence, in partnership...more

Weinberg Foundation Selects Newest Trustee
Foundation: Weinberg Foundation, The Weinberg Foundation

The Foundation will distribute $125 million in grants in 2019, including $12 million in Israel, focused on three priorities: enabling older adults to age...more

Weinberg Foundation employees give away $660000 in grants
Foundation: Weinberg Foundation

The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, one of the 50 largest private charitable foundations in the United States, hosted its 12th...more

Weinberg Foundation Employees Announce $660000 in Grants
Foundation: Weinberg Foundation

Started in the Foundation's Hawaiʿi office more than 20 years ago, this grant program gives every employee of the Foundation, from the...more

Arizona agency picks up $300K grant for rural seniors health care access

PHOENIX – A grant will pump over a quarter-million dollars into improving health care access for older adults living in rural areas in...more

$12M in Grants Awarded to Increase Accessibility for Campers & Staff with Disabilities
Foundation: Weinberg Foundation

Foundation for Jewish Camp and The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation Partner in a Groundbreaking Accessibility and Inclusion Initiative...more

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