|Fund for Coexistence|
The Foundation is now accepting applications for the Fall/Winter 2013 Docket. The application deadline is July 15, 2013.
As with his profits from Schindler’s List, Steven Spielberg earmarked his profits from the film Munich to charity and designated $5 million over five years to establish a Fund for Coexistence.
Launched in 2006, the Fund supports co-existence efforts focused on the United States and the Middle East that leverage media and technology to help:
This fund has supported a diverse range of projects such as a television series that exposes children to the ethnic, religious and cultural diversity within Israeli society, a workshop that brings together Arab and Jewish youth from Jerusalem to explore film, filmmaking, and personal identity, and a U.S. based effort that uses media to engage young Christian, Jewish, and Muslim youth around community service.