We believe that government has largely abdicated its responsibility in the area of community development.
Immigration is a continuing source of vitality and rejuvenation of American society.
We have a sense of urgency about the state of the planet and the web of life of which we are all a part. As a result, we support a variety of approaches to preserving the environment.
We believe that both the Palestinian and Jewish people have a legitimate claim to their common homeland, and that a just and lasting resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is possible.
Traumatic brain injury is an "orphan" disability in the United States.
On September 21, 2014, we lost one of the namesakes of this foundation, our beautiful calico cat, Fireworks. For 18-years, she delighted us with her out-sized personality, friendliness, and affection. In addition, Fireworks was possessed of the qualities we like to see in our grantees: she was independent and audacious by nature, feisty when necessary, and had a healthy irreverence toward authority.
Our process is a simple one: determine your eligibility, apply if you’re eligible, follow-up with us if you receive a grant. Click below to learn more.
The Firedoll Foundation is a private family foundation founded by two unrepentant liberals from the 60's who still believe in the motto, "If you are not part of the solution, you're part of the problem."
We are looking for ways to be part of the solution. Learn more about us.