Goldberg Family Foundation Grant

Goldberg Family Foundation

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Grant amount: US $1,000 - US $15,000

Deadline: Rolling

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Project / Program, Education / Outreach

Location of project: Preferred: Arizona Other eligible locations: United States

Location of residency: Preferred: Arizona Other eligible locations: United States

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Note:  The first step in applying to the Foundation is a short letter of inquiry (“LOI”). Full proposals will be accepted by invitation only.

Goldberg Family Foundation

The Goldberg Family Foundation is dedicated to promoting positive change in peoples’ lives and helping build and enhance the communities in which they live. Since 2008, the Foundation has provided funding to worthy and qualified grantee organizations seeking to better the lives of others.


The Goldberg Family Foundation’s (the “Foundation”) mission is to make grants to other qualifying organizations.

Grantmaking Focus

The Foundation supports programs that further its mission. Limited grants may be made to projects and programs of special interest to Foundation Directors. The Foundation supports activities in the following areas and organizations that work in the following areas:

  •  Basic Necessities
  • Children
  • Education
  • Arts and Cultural
  • Health

Grant Types

The Foundation tends to make grants for the following types of projects:

  • Programs focused on direct services
  • Initiation of new programs
  • Programs with measurable impact       

Grant Amounts

Grants range from $1,000 to $15,000. Applicants may apply for one-year or multi-year grants for their project. 

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • The Foundation primarily makes grants to charitable organizations that have been recognized by the IRS as being public charities described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
  • Applicants may apply for one-year or multi-year grants for their project.


  • Although the Foundation does not make grants to pay for or support lobbying, it does make grants to organizations that engage in lobbying and advocacy.  
  • The Foundation does not have an IRS-approved scholarship program and therefore does not make grants, loans or scholarships to individuals. 
  • The Foundation does not make grants to other private foundations.
  • The Foundation also does not make grants to public charities that are 509(a)(3) supporting organizations, unless the organization can demonstrate that it is neither one of the following:
    • A “Type I” or “II” supporting organization with any Foundation insiders or “disqualified persons” directly or indirectly controlling either the supporting organization or its supported organization, or 
    •  A “Type III” supporting organization (unless it is “functionally integrated”).