Dedicated to the well-being of Bay Area children and youth.
In 1953, Morris Stulsaft established a foundation dedicated to the well-being of Bay Area children and youth in need. Born in Europe in the late 19th century, Morris Stulsaft arrived in San Francisco, California as a young boy. He made his fortune in real estate development, completing projects throughout the Bay Area. The Board of Directors has traditionally included both family members and community members, and it has a history of active involvement in grant making and deep commitment to the needs of children and youth.
Electronic record keeping of the foundation’s archives (which started in 1995) means that we can now look back and celebrate the fact that from 1995-2015, 2,450 grants were made totaling nearly $25 million to youth-serving organizations throughout the Bay Area. To learn about the foundation’s funding priorities, please review our program areas and general guidelines.
Adele K. Corvin, President
Dana A. Corvin, Secretary
William D. Glenn