Craig Newmark Philanthropies supports public charities in good standing described under Sections 501(c)(3) and 509(a)(1) or (2) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, that further our priorities of trustworthy journalism, voter protection, women in technology, veterans and military families. Specifically:
– Craig Newmark Philanthropies trustworthy journalism and information ecosystem priority focuses on efforts that promote an honest press and counter disinformation. We rarely fund specific, often local, journalism outlets and efforts.
-Craig Newmark Philanthropies voter protection priority focuses on defending the Fifteenth Amendment. This work includes voter registration, legislation and policy, and improvements to the electoral system.
-Craig Newmark Philanthropies women in technology priority focuses on national initiatives that are working to solve the gender gap in technology. The organization does not fund tech startups or individuals who are seeking assistance with their tech educations and/or careers.
-Craig Newmark Philanthropies vets and military families priority focuses on efforts that help vets and their families from a broad, national perspective. The organization typically funds local efforts indirectly, via the Bob Woodruff Foundation.
Craig Newmark Philanthropies is proactively identifying qualified public charities to support and apologizes in advance that they can’t review and fund every request. If the organization plans to support your nonprofit, they will follow up with you.
Restricted to nonprofits.
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