Philanthropy

Philanthropy

Our Commitment to Philanthropy

“The need is great and so are the opportunities to make a difference.”

Paul Newman wanted to make the world a better place, and he inspired many others to do the same. For example, in 1999, he gathered a group of CEOs to launch CECP (Committee Encouraging Corporate Philanthropy). They believed that corporations can and should be a force for good in society.

Newman’s Own Foundation continues Paul’s commitment to helping others give back by funding organizations that:

  • Support individuals in giving back in their community;
  • Nurture the development of social enterprise; and
  • Provide leadership and professional development for people working in the nonprofit sector.

Below are a few of the many organizations that promote the practice of philanthropy and/or rely on philanthropic support to fulfill their missions.

Campus Compact (Boston, MA)

CECP (New York, NY)

Center for Effective Philanthropy (Cambridge, MA/ San Francisco, CA)

Center for Higher Ambition Leadership (Lincoln, MA)

CNAY Fresh Tracks Program (Washington, DC)

Connecticut Council for Philanthropy (Hartford, CT)

Council on Foundations (Arlington, VA)

Echoing Green (New York, NY)

Emerging Philanthropists of New Orleans (New Orleans, LA)

Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy (San Francisco, CA)

Fairfield County’s Community Foundation (Norwalk, CT)

Fund the People (Beacon, NY)

Hispanics in Philanthropy (Oakland, CA)

Independent Sector (Oakland, CA)

Millennium Campus Network (Boston, Mass)

MIT / DLab (Cambridge, MA)

Native Americans in Philanthropy (Minneapolis, MN)

Net Impact (San Francisco, CA)

ProInspire (Washington, DC)

Social Enterprise Greenhouse (Providence, RI)

Propeller (New Orleans, LA)

The Do School (Berlin, Germany)

The Resolution Project (New York, NY)

United Philanthropy Forum (Washington, DC)

Focus Areas

Focus Areas

Our grants focus on four areas where we see the potential for transformational change.

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