• Organization TypeFunding Agencies, Foundation
  • HeadquartersUnited States
  • Founded1955

The Max and Anna Levinson Foundation

The Levinson Foundation is a private foundation incorporated in 1955 by Max Levinson, a Philadelphia businessman and philanthropist. They make grants to nonprofit organizations committed to developing a more just, caring, ecological and resilient world.  They seek 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.  Grant amounts are up to $30,000. Their funding is distributed among three categories: Environment: including Protection of Ecosystems and Biological Diversity; the Elimination of Fossil Fuels; Resiliency and Climate Change; Oceans and Forests; Environmental Justice and the Development of Environmental Movements. Social: including the Promotion of a Democratic, Equitable, Just and Nonviolent Society; Protection of Civil and Human Rights; Immigration Reform and Drug Policy; Alternative Media and Youth Leadership Development. Jewish: including Jewish Culture, Religion, and Spirituality; Jewish Community; and Yiddish.
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Company Offices

  • United States (headquarters)
  • Santa Fe
  • United States
  • Santa Fe
  • P.O. Box 6309