General Information

Food Recovery Network

Kenneth Goldman Donor Fund, a donor-advised fund at Fidelity Charitable, was established in January 2016 by Kenneth Goldman, a real estate manager and investor. From 1987 to 2015 he awarded grants through the Rivendell Foundation which over the years supported educational opportunities for children and youth living in Newark, New Jersey, international human rights, and protection of alpine environments.

Current funding priorities for the Kenneth Goldman Donor Fund are Arts and Community Building and Food Waste Reduction. Barbara R. Greenberg of The Philanthropic Group serves as an advisor to the Fund.

Kenneth Goldman Donor Fund created this website report of its grantmaking in an effort to communicate its funding approach and activities to the general public, as well as to current and potential grantees.

Kenneth Goldman Donor Fund makes grants of approximately $500,000 annually. Given its relatively limited resources and part-time staffing, the Fund considers proposals by invitation only.

Please do not send unsolicited proposals. Contact Barbara Greenberg to discuss your project if you are certain it fits the “Grantmaking Focus Areas” described in this website.