Funding for Moyers & Company is provided by the following:
The Herb Alpert Foundation, a non-profit, private foundation established in the 1980’s makes significant annual contributions to a range of programs in the fields of Arts, Arts Education and Compassion and Well Being. Its funding is directed toward projects in which Herb and Lani Alpert and Foundation President Rona Sebastian play an active role. The Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals. More information about the Foundation can be found at herbalpertfoundation.org.
Carnegie Corporation of New York, which was established by Andrew Carnegie in 1911 “to promote the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding,” is one of the oldest and most influential of America’s grant-making foundations. A century after it began, the Corporation continues to invest in Mr. Carnegie’s passions: international peace and education. It is committed to bolstering a strong democracy through grants that promote educational reform for all children, a deeper understanding of the world, and the integration of immigrants like Mr. Carnegie into American life. Research and publications that explore the Corporation’s priorities and its grantees work can be found at carnegie.org.
Barbara G. Fleischman, dedicated to ethical, responsible journalism.
The Kohlberg Foundation reflects the individual and collective philanthropy of the donors, Jerome and Nancy Kohlberg. Broadly defined, the foundation works within three major categories: health and medical research, education, and the environment. There is an unfettered, roll-up-your-sleeves quality to their grantmaking that emphasizes moving things ahead. This foundation is sometimes like an organic farm stand. The produce may vary and several farmers may contribute — but the family’s values are fundamental. This is a family foundation. More information about the foundation can be found at kohlbergfoundation.org.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation supports creative people and effective institutions committed to building a more just, verdant, and peaceful world. In addition to selecting the MacArthur Fellows, the Foundation works to defend human rights, advance global conservation and security, make cities better places, and understand how technology is affecting children and society. More information is at macfound.org.
Mutual of America has specialized in providing retirement products and related services to organizations and their employees for over 65 years. As a mutual company, we do not have stockholders and are not publicly traded. We operate solely for the benefit of our customers, managing the Company for their long-term interest, rather than for the short-term demands of stockholders. Since 1945, Mutual of America has remained committed to its Mission to offer plan sponsors and participants carefully selected, quality products and services at a competitive price and the personal attention they need to help build and preserve assets for a financially secure future. Integrity, prudence, and reliability are the values that have guided us since our inception and that continue to serve us well. For more information, please visit us at mutualofamerica.com.
Park Foundation is dedicated to the aid and support of education, public broadcasting, environment, and other selected areas of interest to the Park family. Public broadcasting is a particularly meaningful recipient of funding because the Foundation had its origin in the world of communications. The Foundation supports public interest media that raises awareness of critical environmental, political and social issues to promote a better informed citizenry in the U.S. It supports quality, non-commercial media that is substantive, fair, and accurate. Program priorities include investigative journalism, media policy and public broadcasting. More information can be found at parkfoundation.org.