27600 Chagrin Boulevard
Cleveland, OH 44122
Telephone: (216) 292-2790
FAX: (216) 292-4466
Robert N. Reinberger, Director
The Reinberger Foundation is a private, independent foundation, established in the State of Ohio in 1968. The foundation does not maintain a web site.
Provide support to the arts, to social welfare, to Protestant churches, to institutions of higher education, and to medical research.
Under the Funding Mission, the foundation has interests in:
Aging; Aging, centers/services; Animals/wildlife, preservation/protection; Arts; Biomedicine; Cancer; Cancer research; Children/youth, services; Community development; Education; Environment; Family services; Health care; Health organizations; Historic preservation/historical societies; Hospitals (general); Media/communications; Medical research; Museums; Performing arts; Performing arts, dance; Performing arts, music; Performing arts, theater; Visual arts.
Funding is given in Ohio only; primarily in the Cleveland and Columbus metropolitan areas.
No grants are given to individuals, or for seed money, emergency funds, land acquisition, demonstration projects, or conferences; there are no loans.
Types of Support that may be obtained from the foundation include:
Annual campaigns, Building/renovation, Capital campaigns, Continuing support, Debt reduction, Endowments, Equipment, General/operating support, Matching/challenge support, Program development, Publication, Research, Scholarship funds
How to Apply:
- An application form is not required but Application guidelines, Grants list, and a foundation brochure that includes the application guidelines may be obtained from the foundation.
- Initial approach: Proposal
- Copies of proposal: 1
- Board meeting dates are February, May, August, and November
- Deadline(s): None
- Final notification: 6 months
Richard H. Oman, Secretary
- Sara R. Dyer
- Karen R. Hooser
- Robert N. Reinberger
- William C. Reinberger
The Glenmede Trust Company
As of 12/31/01:
Assets: $75,299,032 (M) (FY2001)
Giving, $4,483,473 (including: $4,483,473 for 74 grants with the highest being $250,000 and the lowest being $1,200; and an average grant size of: $5,000-$100,000)
Qualifying distributions, $4,773,091