The Saban Family Foundation was created to support the healthy development of children and families
in the United States and to identify and address unmet societal needs in Israel.
The Foundation’s grantmaking is directed to organizations with well-defined objectives and sound leadership. While the Foundation does not expect to provide long-term, ongoing support to organizations, renewal requests will be considered based on a satisfactory review of previous grants. No grants will be made to individuals or private foundations.
Notable organizations that have received grants from the Saban Family Foundation
The Saban Free Clinicthesabanfreeclinic.org
Founded in 1967, the Saban Free Clinic (formerly the Los Angeles Free Clinic) is a highly regarded health and social services organization with four clinics, 195 employees, more than 400 volunteers, and over 90 million patient visits annually.
Childrens Hospital Los Angeleschildrenshospitalla.org
To make a world of difference in the lives of children, adolescents and their families by integrating medical care, education and research to provide the highest quality care and service to our diverse community.
The Saban Research Institute at Children’s Hospital Los Angeleschla.org/research
Where scientific inquiry is combined with clinical care and is devoted exclusively to children.
Saban Center for Middle East Policy at the Brookings Institutionbrookings.edu/about/centers/saban
Leading center for research and analysis of U.S. policy in the Middle East.
Working to strengthen relations between the United States and Israel.
Cedars-Sinai Medical Centercedars-sinai.edu
Internationally renowned for the best patient care.
Friends of the Israel Defense Forces (FIDF)fidf.org
Providing support to the soldiers of Israel.
Fuel Freedom Foundationfuelfreedom.org
Dedicated to breaking America’s foreign oil addiction.
Melanoma Research Alliance (MRA)curemelanoma.org
Largest private funder of melanoma research.
Saban Community Clinicthesabanfreeclinic.org
Serves as a medical home for the underserved and those who are most vulnerable.
Sephardic Educational Centersecjerusalem.org
Providing financial support for religious education, conventions, and travel and cultural classes for young adults.
Temple of the Arts at the Saban Theatertempleofthearts.org
Approaching religion through music, drama, art, film, and dance.
United Friends of the Childrenunitedfriends.org
Dedicated to bettering the lives of foster children.