The Revson Foundation makes grants to registered nonprofits in the United States and Israel in four programs: Urban Affairs; Jewish Life; Biomedical Research; and Education. For a comprehensive list of our grants organized by program and year, please see the Grants section.
The Revson Foundation does not support individuals; film projects; projects located outside of the United States or Israel; endowments; capital or building campaigns; fundraising dinner events; national or local health appeals; book projects; and research grants or scholarships for individuals.
An extremely small percentage.
Please see How to Apply.
Given our small staff, we regret that we are unable to hold informational meetings with prospective grantees. Upon receipt of a letter of inquiry, staff may choose to contact applicants.
Please send your inquiries to [email protected]; they will be directed to the appropriate staff member.
Grant amounts depend on the nature of the project. Please see the Grants section for a comprehensive list.
Yes, depending upon the project.
All Revson-funded fellowships are administered by their sponsoring organization. You can read more about the fellowship programs in the Fellowships section, but please contact the sponsoring organization for information about the application process. Please do not contact the Revson office regarding fellowship applications.
We do not grant scholarships or stipends to individual applicants.
Organizations should not submit a letter of inquiry for the same project. An organization may submit a letter of inquiry for a different project after one year since the initial inquiry.
Charles H. Revson was the founder of Revlon, but the Foundation is not affiliated with the company. The number for Revlon Customer Care is 1-800-473-8566.