To enhance the quality of life in the United States through transformational initiatives that promote the health of our communities by creating opportunities for those living in poverty, enabling pioneering medical research, and enriching and sustaining our environment.
We strive to help low-income populations overcome barriers to opportunity. We support organizations that work to break the cycle of poverty by creating long term positive change for disadvantaged communities, specifically in the areas of health and chronic disease, family planning, and democracy.
Through an innovative collaborative model, we support the medical research of world-class scientists investigating chronic diseases from multiple perspectives. We also support brain research on learning and memory, particularly by studying the mechanisms that contribute to neurological dysfunction.
We focus on enabling healthy and resilient communities by enriching and supporting the environment because it measurably impacts the well-being of our human and natural systems.
We have high standards for our own performance, as well as that of our grantees.
We support initiatives that aim to create enduring and significant changes, often on a large scale.
Through productive partnerships and collaborative grantmaking, we believe that we can achieve an impact far greater than we could acting alone.
We believe that prevention is more meaningful than remediation.
The JPB Foundation carefully selects the organizations from which we solicit grant applications. Therefore, we do not accept unsolicited proposals. The Foundation does not fund attempts to influence legislation or other types of advocacy, and exclusively supports U.S.-based grantees.