A better world will definitely be more female.
In her first letter as chair, Catherine Gund celebrates the impact women have had throughout the history of the Foundation and calls for a collective effort to build a more just world.
Can we birth beautiful communities?
In his letter to the community, David Abbott reflects on the annual photographic essay and its connection to the crises in public health and racial justice sweeping the country.
About the photographs
Deana Lawson, an acclaimed artist whose work has been widely exhibited, turned her camera lens on the work of Birthing Beautiful Communities (BBC) for the photographic essay featured this year on our web site. Lawson portrays the mothers, children, fathers and the doulas who BBC brings together to save lives through early intervention.
Associate Director Robert Jaquay to retire; Ann Mullin to be promoted to the role
Announcing The Ohio Climate Justice Fund
The Gund Foundation honors retired trustee Ann Gund with a $1 million grant to arts education for Cleveland students
Alyssa Johnson named George Gund Foundation Fellow
The Gund Foundation Awards $7.1 million at its February meeting
Gund Foundation president announces retirement plans
$8,137,068 / 54 Grants