The Martin & Ann Goldstein
The Martin and Ann Goldstein
Family Foundation (MAGFF) is a nonprofit,
which acts locally to empower individuals and small organizations by removing economic barriers.
About The Foundation
The Martin and Ann Goldstein Family Foundation (MAGFF) makes small, one-time personal grants to address individuals’ specific needs within the United States. Our goal to address a range of economic barriers, from food insecurity to unexpected financial crises.
To broaden our impact, MAGFF also partners with community-based organizations that share our vision. Our purpose for funding organizations is to reach individuals outside of our communities and provide the resources necessary for community-centric initiatives.
The Martin and Ann Goldstein Family Foundation (MAGFF) is a nonprofit, which acts locally to empower individuals and small organizations by removing economic barriers.
The Martin and Ann Goldstein Family Foundation prioritizes grants by the immediacy of the need and the circumstances of the recipient. MAGFF determines grants during monthly board meetings. In most cases, the Foundation pays grants directly to the source of the need, rather than making payments to individuals (e.g., car repair paid directly to the mechanic). All grants are at the board’s discretion and the alignment of the need with our mission.
In accordance with our charter, we do not currently fund the following:
On-going support or expenses
Large national and international nonprofit organizations with an established fund base
Religious organizations funding projects that promote or require religious doctrine. Note: MAGFF would, however, fund projects that are organized by religious organizations that help the community in ways that align with our mission
Work that has already taken place (e.g., reimbursements)
Substance abuse recovery programs
Grant requests outside the U.S.
Please fill out the contact form on our website's “Contact Us” page or email email@example.com with the reason for your application, contact information, and upcoming availability to talk. A board member will then be in touch to begin to discuss your needs and circumstances.