Celebrating 40 years of investing in organizations that have transformative impact.
The Jerome L. Greene Foundation supports select programs that make a significant impact on the lives of all New Yorkers in the areas of the arts, education, medicine and social justice. Its 40-year history is grounded in the vision of its founder, Jerry Greene, to give back to the city he loved. He and his wife, Dawn Greene, made transformative grants to such organizations as Columbia Law School, the Juilliard School, WNYC Public Radio, The Jewish Museum and Planned Parenthood. Today the Foundation honors this commitment by continuing to fund such quality programs, and also by identifying new ways to increase access to the arts and education, create opportunity for ground-breaking medical research, and help ensure social justice for all.
We seek no donations or proposals, but encourage you to support our partner organizations.