John Leopold Weil and Geraldine Rickard Weil
Memorial Charitable Foundation, inc.

Grants

Although modest in its resources, the Weil foundation has donated more than four million dollars to date to charitable organizations that work to improve the mental health of children.

The foundation focuses on organizations that:

The Foundation prioritizes grants that:

The Board meets during the spring and fall and reviews proposals on a monthly basis. Proposals should be submitted at least two weeks before the month in which a decision is desired. Multi-year proposals can be considered, but the Foundation seldom funds a given organization for more than 3 years in a row. Potential applicants are encouraged to contact the Weil Foundation prior to submitting their proposal to ascertain that their proposed ideas fit within the general scope of the Weil Foundation as outlined above.

Proposals must be submitted by email to in the form of a single PDF file consisting of the following:

All the information must be in the PDF attachment, the body of the email will not be taken into consideration as part of the proposal. If anything above is missing the proposal cannot be considered.

There being many more proposals that fit the criteria above than can possibly be funded by the Weil Foundation, the Board of the Weil Foundation makes its grant decisions based on which organizations in their sole opinion best carry on the tradition of the work of the Drs. Weil.

The following lists the organizations that have received grants from the Weil Foundation.

Grantees in 2017

Grantees in 2016

Grantees in 2015

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Grantees in 2000