When all is said and done, too much is said and too little is done...
The Kopelman Foundation was established in 2001 by Rena and Josh Kopelman and reflects the broad charitable interests and passions of its two founders. We are especially interested in issues and causes related to:
Educational Programs Healthcare and Medicine Jewish Programs
High priority will be given to early-stage, entrepreneurial projects that will have a direct, measurable impact on substantive problems of today's society. By focusing on small, yet high-impact projects, the Foundation seeks to fund ideas that previously might not have attracted a lot of attention and therefore received little financial support.
We are looking for projects that embody creative thought, calculated boldness and prudent risk taking. The Foundation likes to fund programs that motivate individuals (or groups) to do something of a special nature on their own, that allow for the display of personal initiative, that empower people, or that involve the launching of novel enterprises. Additionally, we want our grants to make a significant difference towards the success of a project.
We are no longer accepting grant requests for 2012.