The Moriah Fund

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The Moriah Fund is a private foundation that was established in 1985 to perpetuate the lifelong philanthropic commitment of its founders, Robert and Clarence Efroymson. Their philosophy of giving was rooted in fundamental Jewish values: a concern for the disadvantaged and an emphasis on self-help; a commitment to equity and justice; and a desire to improve the quality of life for Jews and non-Jews alike.

Moriah seeks to promote human rights and social justice, help disadvantaged people gain self-sufficiency and control over their lives, foster sustainable development, and promote women’s rights and reproductive health.

MORIAH DOES NOT ACCEPT UNSOLICITED PROPOSALS.

Moriah makes grants in the following areas:

Promoting Civil Rights, Social Justice and Democracy in Israel

Protecting and advancing human rights

Promoting Economic Justice and Empowering Low Income Families in Washington, DC

Advancing Women’s Human Rights and Sexual and Reproductive Health

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