The Koret Foundation is a private foundation based in San Francisco, committed to strengthening the Bay Area community and nurturing the continuity of the Jewish people worldwide. The Foundation accepts grant proposals by invitation only.Learn More
Established in 1992 by Lisa and Douglas Goldman, the Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund is a private foundation committed to providing support for charitable organizations that enhance our society. As natives of San Francisco, the Goldmans place a high priority on projects that have an impact upon the San Francisco community. Within its grantmaking areas, the Fund strives to be responsive and flexible as well as to make informed and responsible grants to support qualified projects.
San Francisco Foundation's mission is to mobilize resources and act as a catalyst for change to build strong communities, foster civic leadership, and promote philanthropy in the San Francisco Bay Area. Together with community leaders, nonprofits, and donors, SFF is committed to advancing racial equity and economic inclusion to ensure that everyone in the Bay Area has a chance to attend a good school, get a good job, live in a safe and affordable home, and have a strong political voice.
Silicon Valley Community Foundation advances innovative philanthropic solutions to challenging problems, engaging donors to make our region and world a better place for all.
The Carl Gellert and Celia Berta Gellert Foundation's policy is to promote exclusively religious, charitable, scientific, literary, or educational purposes restricted to local giving in the nine counties of the greater San Francisco Bay Area (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma).
The Walter & Elise Haas Fund believes in collaborating with partners whose work provides access and opportunity, building a more equitable community. The Fund invests in Bay Area neighbors because doing so fosters a more just and vibrant society for current and future generations. The Foundation accepts grant proposals in four program areas — the arts, economic security, education, and Jewish Life — as well as for projects concerning Sanfrancisco Parks. Their safety net, legacy, and mission-related special grantmaking areas are not open to unsolicited letters of inquiry.
The Wayne and Gladys Valley Foundation was formed in 1977 by Wayne and Gladys Valley to provide financial assistance for various charitable organizations of particular interest to them, principally in the East Bay Area of California. These areas include educational fields, Catholic organizations, and other charitable organizations focused on medical research, health care, local parks and recreational facilities, and projects serving youth.
The Y & H Soda Foundation supports nonprofit and Catholic organizations committed to the full participation and prosperity of the underserved in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. If your organization fits within the Foundation's goals, email them with the name of your organization, contact information, and identify which strategic priorities and funding strategies you feel are aligned with your project. Applications are by invitation only.