Mission/ Giving Statement: The Max and Anna Levinson Foundation makes grants to nonprofit organizations committed to developing a more just, caring, ecological and resilient world.
Grantmaking Program Areas: Environment; Social; Jewish/Israel
Grantmaking Program Area Descriptions:
Environment: Including Protection of Ecosystems and Biological Diversity; Alternative Energy and Conversion from the Oil Economy; Alternative Agriculture and Local Green Economic Development; Breaking the Link Between Resource Extraction, Civil and International Conflict, and Markets; Climate Change, and the Development of Environmental Movements.
Social: Including the Promotion of a More Democratic, Equitable, Just and Rewarding Society, World Peace; Protection of Civil and Human Rights; Spiritually Enlivened Community, Alternative Media, Arts and Education; Community-Based Economic Development; Youth Leadership; and Violence Prevention and Response.
Jewish/Israel: Including Jewish Culture, Religion, and Spirituality; Yiddish; Building Jewish Community in the Diaspora; Jewish Organizations for Social Change; and Peace, Social, and Environmental Issues in Israel.
Types of Funding/ Funding Restrictions: The Foundation only makes grants to nonprofit organizations.
Application Instructions: LOI and grant application instructions available online.