The Eugene M. Lang Foundation
DescriptionThe private family Foundation focuses its grantmaking on creative programs in education (from elementary school to higher education), with secondary emphasis on the performing arts, civic responsibility, and health and social services. Priority is given to programs and organizations that are demonstrably creative in concept and excellent in substance; that elevate people?s spirits, goals, and capacities above the level of basic needs primarily through opportunities for meaningful education, participation in the arts and civic activities, and enhanced health education and social services; and those that promote inventiveness and entrepreneurship. Grants are awarded in the following areas: education, performing and visual arts, social justice, community and social responsibility, health and social services, and preservation of the natural and built environment. The Foundation may also support, in a limited way, areas of need which reflect long-standing Lang Family interests such as civil liberties and Jewish causes. Grantmaking is concentrated within the geographic parameters of New York City and Washington, DC regions. Some additional information can be found on the Web site.
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