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Search current and former Kenneth Rainin Foundation grantees in the Arts, Education and Health to learn more about what we fund.

Grantee Giving Area Program Grant Year Project Title Amount  
Cleveland Clinic Health Synergy Awards (sunsetted) 2022 Targeting the septin cytoskeleton as a novel mechanistic approach to therapy of fibrostenosing Crohn’s disease. $100,000
Fiedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg Health Synergy Awards (sunsetted) 2022 Label-free digital pathology and spatially resolved transcriptomics for the identification of novel biomarkers and therapeutic targets in inflammatory bowel diseases. $100,000
Rockefeller University Health Synergy Awards (sunsetted) 2022 A novel IAP antagonist strategy for the treatment of IBD. $100,000
The Rockefeller University Health Synergy Awards (sunsetted) 2022 Mechanistic analysis of NOD2 interactions with commensal bacteria muropeptides in Crohn’s disease. $100,000
University of Alabama at Birmingham Health Synergy Awards (sunsetted) 2022 An IBD peptide immunochip for diagnosis, prognosis and immune monitoring in Crohn’s disease. $50,000
Washington University in St. Louis Health Synergy Awards (sunsetted) 2022 Human and experimental animal studies to identify mechanisms governing lymph transport in Crohn’s disease. $100,000
A site specific dance in Bayview-Hunter’s Point where three dancers are on top of a roof and one dancer is dancing on a wooden block with a briefcase.


Our Arts Program funds dance, film, public space and theater projects that highlight important issues facing our society and local communities.

A young Black girl smiling while she looks down at an open book, reading.


Our Education Program supports schools and community-based organizations that help Oakland’s children develop literacy and social emotional skills.

A female scientist in the lab looking into a microscope.


Our Health Program invests early in novel approaches and collaborations to advance Inflammatory Bowel Disease research.