||Blaustein Philanthropic Group
|| International, National, Maryland, New York
|| Adult Education, Professional Development, Secondary Education, Summer Programs
One South Street, Suite 2900
Baltimore MD 21202
||Baltimore, New York City, National and International (please visit website for more details)
|What is Funded
||Jacob and Hilda Blaustein Foundation: (Secondary education and professional development) The goal of this program is to ensure that low-income children and families have access to quality education and cultural opportunities. There is a geographic focus on Baltimore.
Morton K. and Jane Blaustein Foundation: (Professional development) The goal of this program is to improve educational opportunities and outcomes for disadvantaged and vulnerable youth, particularly through quality teaching and advancing summer learning. Preference is given to initiatives in Baltimore and New York City.
Henry and Ruth Blaustein Rosenberg Foundation: (Adult education) The goals of this program are to promote adult literacy; provide job training; improve parenting skills, especially for parents of children under age three; and eliminate domestic violence.
|Who is Eligible
||organizations with 501 (c)(3) status
||The foundations do not provide support for: Grants or scholarships to individuals, Unsolicited proposals for academic, scientific or medical research, Direct mail, annual giving, membership campaigns, special events, fundraising events. The foundations make a limited number of capital grants, generally only when there is a prior relationship with the applicant organization.
|How to Apply
||Visit their website. There you will find more details about the requirements they are looking for in the application and proposals. NOTE: There is more than one foundation available from this website. See the other foundations for more information.
||Rolling Deadlines - visit site for more information