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.
The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is placing a new emphasis on providing grants to programs that offer support for servicemen and women. The foundation plans on offering grants totaling $2...more
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