Helena Rubinstein Foundation
The Foundation, named for the late beauty products manufacturer, supports programs in education, community services, arts/arts in education, and health. It has a special interest in programs that benefit women and children and assist disadvantaged communities. Education grants are focused on programs that help children achieve in school; prepare young people for college and the world of work; and enabling adults to reach their full potential through job training, internships, scholarships, and fellowships. Community services grants support direct services for low-income communities with an emphasis on model youth development initiatives and programming addressing the needs of women and girls. Arts/arts in education grants are directed to in-school and after-school instruction in the visual, performing, and literary arts, as well as education programs at various arts organizations. Health grants are primarily targeted to health and wellness programs for low-income women and children. Grants are mainly allocated to organizations in New York City. Organizations seeking funds are asked to submit a letter of inquiry. Additional information can be found on the Web site.
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