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Congregation Emanu-El Grant Amount$10,000,000 Program AreaJewish Community Type of SupportCapital Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2019
Emanu-El Next, a comprehensive campaign to renovate and upgrade the Temple’s building in San Francisco to better meet the expanding involvement of its members and the community by creating a synagogue that is designed for modern Jewish life, while maintaining the building’s historical integrity and legacy.
More information: https://www.emanuelsf.org/
University of California, Berkeley – Cal Athletics Grant Amount$10,000,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportProject Support LocationBerkeley, CA Year2012
The Campaign for Berkeley: Support for Cal Athletics. $10,000,000 over 10 years (2012-2021).
Congregation Emanu-El Grant Amount$10,000,000 Program AreaJewish Community Type of SupportCapital Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2020
Emanu-El Next, a comprehensive campaign to renovate and upgrade the Temple’s building in San Francisco to better meet the expanding involvement of its members and the community by creating a synagogue that is designed for modern Jewish life, while maintaining the building’s historical integrity and legacy.
More information: https://www.emanuelsf.org/
Voting Initiative Grant Amount$8,670,000 Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties Type of SupportProject Support Location Year2020
Tennis Coalition of San Francisco: Lisa and Douglas Goldman Tennis Center Grant Amount$6,635,000 Program AreaHealth and Recreation Type of SupportCapital Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2014
Support for the Golden Gate Park Tennis Center capital project to create the Lisa and Douglas Goldman Tennis Center.
More information: http://www.tenniscoalitionsf.org/
Partnership for Haas Preeminence Grant Amount$2,500,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportCapital Support LocationBerkeley, CA Year2008
Fair Redistricting Initiative Grant Amount$2,500,000 Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties Type of Support Location Year2021
Partnership for Haas Preeminence Grant Amount$2,500,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportCapital Support LocationBerkeley, CA Year2014
Transforming Haas Campus initiative, a two phase, $80 million project that will enable the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley to double the number of students that it serves. $2,500,000 over five years (2014-2018).
Goldman School of Public Policy Grant Amount$2,500,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportCapital Support LocationBerkeley, CA Year2023
The Next Generation: Building the Foundation for the Policy School of the Future
Anti-Voter Suppression Initiative Grant Amount$2,000,000 Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties Type of SupportProject Support LocationNationwide, USA Year2012
Note: This represents the total amount awarded to the four organizations supported in this initiative. Grants were awarded to American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, Common Cause Education Fund, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, and Project Vote.
Pandemic Emergency Fund Grant Amount$1,500,000 Program AreaSpecial Projects and Initiatives Type of SupportRelief Efforts LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2020
L&DGF established the Pandemic Emergency Fund in response to the COVID-19 public health and economic crisis to help ameliorate the impact of food, shelter, and safety issues on vulnerable populations. Grants were awarded to the following organizations: Glide Foundation Food and Meals Program – $30,000, Martin de Porres House of Hospitality – $30,000, Meals on Wheels SF – $30,000, No Kid Hungry – $20,000, SF Marin Food Bank – $75,000, Spark* SF Public Schools – $20,000, St. Anthony Foundation – $30,000, World Central Kitchen – $25,000, Hamilton Families – $20,000, Hospitality House – $20,000, La Casa de las Madres – $20,000, Larkin Street Youth Services – $20,000, California Pacific Medical Center Foundation – $50,000, Gates Philanthropy Partners – $50,000, HealthRIGHT360 – $50,000, UCSF Foundation – $50,000, SF General Hospital Foundation – $50,000, California Immigrant Resilience Fund – $150,000, Chronicle Season of Sharing Fund – $200,000, GiveDirectly – $150,000, Hebrew Free Loan – $100,000, Opportunity Fund Community Development – $150,000, and United Way Bay Area – $160,000.
University of California, Berkeley Grant Amount$1,000,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportProject Support LocationBerkeley, CA Year2013
Cal Legends: Football Strategic Opportunity and Excellence Fund ($1,000,000 over four years, 2014-2017).
San Francisco General Hospital Foundation Grant Amount$1,000,000 Program AreaSF Bay Area Institutions and Projects Type of SupportCapital Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2013
Capital improvements to help equip and furnish the new Acute Care and Trauma Building. $1,000,000 over five years (2013-2017).
More information: http://www.sfghf.net/
Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy Grant Amount$1,000,000 Program AreaSF Bay Area Institutions and Projects Type of SupportCapital Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2013
Presidio Visitor Center, a new information and education center located near the future Tunnel Top Parklands. $1,000,000 over five years (2014-2018).
More information: http://www.ggnpc.org/
University of Southern California Grant Amount$1,000,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportProject Support LocationLos Angeles, CA Year2016
USC Marshall Campaign Initiative. $1 million over ten years (2018-2027).
More information: https://www.marshall.usc.edu/about/initiative
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Grant Amount$1,000,000 Program AreaSF Bay Area Institutions and Projects Type of SupportProject Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2022
Exhibition Support, $1 million over four years (2022-2026). Presenting Sponsor, The Obama Portraits, 2022.
More information: http://www.famsf.org
Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Grant Amount$1,000,000 Program AreaSF Bay Area Institutions and Projects Type of SupportProject Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2017
Contemporary Support Circle, to foster the development of contemporary art projects, including new exhibitions, installations, performances, multimedia projects, and outreach programs. $1,000,000 over four years (2017-2020)
More information: http://www.famsf.org
University of Southern California – Leventhal School of Accounting Grant Amount$1,000,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportEndowment Support LocationLos Angeles, CA Year2011
Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund Scholarship at the USC Leventhal School of Accounting. $1,000,000 paid over 4 years (2012-2015).
The Barack Obama Foundation Grant Amount$1,000,000 Program AreaDemocracy and Civil Liberties Type of SupportCapital Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2018
Obama Presidential Center.
More information: http://https://www.obama.org/
University of California, Berkeley Grant Amount$1,000,000 Program AreaEducation and Literacy Type of SupportProject Support LocationBerkeley, CA Year2011
Save Cal Baseball, to support the reinstatement of Cal Baseball $1,000,000 over five years (2011-2016).
Ukraine Emergency Relief Grant Amount$1,000,000 Program AreaSpecial Projects and Initiatives Type of SupportRelief Efforts Location Year2022
Emergency Response Initiative for Abortion Care Grant Amount$1,000,000 Program AreaReproductive Health and Rights Type of SupportProject Support Location Year2022
In response to the US Supreme Court’s ruling to dismantle the constitutional right to abortion, the Goldman Fund has awarded $500,000 in emergency grants to four organizations providing immediate assistance to women who reside in states where abortion is now outlawed or restricted. Abortion Movement Fund - $250,000 Just the Pill - $100,000 I Need an A - $100,000 If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice - $50,000
Emergency Relief in Israel and Combatting Antisemitism in the US Grant Amount$865,000 Program AreaJewish Community Type of SupportRelief Efforts Location Year2023
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Grant Amount$750,000 Program AreaSpecial Projects and Initiatives Type of SupportCapital Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2014
Where Art Can Take You: The Campaign to Transform SFMOMA, to expand the museum’s building, collections, and programs. $750,000 over five years (2014-2017).
Exploratorium Grant Amount$500,000 Program AreaSF Bay Area Institutions and Projects Type of SupportCapital Support LocationSan Francisco, CA Year2013
Campaign for the New Exploratorium. $500,000 over five years (2013-2017).
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