Max And Anna Levinson Foundation

Category: Religion

The Foundation makes grants to activist organizations committed to developing a more just, caring, ecological, and sustainable world. The Foundation seeks people and organizations that combine idealism, dedication and genuine concern with rigorous analysis and strategic plans, and that foster a sense of social connection, mutual recognition, and solidarity. Grants are awarded in four categories: environment, social, and Jewish. Environmental interests include ecosystems and biodiversity; renewable energy; sustainable agriculture; climate change and environmental movements. Social grants promote a democratic, equitable, just and nonviolent society; protect civil and human rights; immigration reform and drug policy, alternative media, and youth leadership development. Jewish grants support Jewish culture, religion, and spirituality; Jewish community, and Yiddish projects. Proposals are accepted by invitation only. Letters of inquiry are accepted at any time.

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