The Paul Rapoport Foundation has completed its spend-out plan, and its office is now closed. All final reports should be e-mailed to:
Jane D. Schwartz
We regret that no additional grants can be made by the Foundation under any circumstances.
Government entities may contact the Foundation by mail
c/o O'Connor Davies, LLP
665 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10022
Attention: Thomas Blaney, CPA
The Foundation's records have been archived in the
Human Sexuality Collection
Cornell University Library
The Paul Rapoport Foundation envisioned a world free of discrimination toward any group or individual. In this context, the Foundation's mission was the achievement of full equality for the LGBT community, in all of its diversity. We hope this vision becomes the reality for all in the very near future.
UPDATE: The Paul Rapoport Foundation increased its endowment of the Paul Rapoport Fellowship at Equal Justice Works to $1,008,000 for a total of nine fellowships. The fellowships will enable new LGTB lawyers of color to address issues impacting LGBTQ communities of color in New York. The two fellows for 2014 are Eugene Chen and R.M. Kidvai.