We’ve Built a Foundation on Investing in Positive Outcomes.

Our $1.5 Million Commitment to Innovation

Our new fund focuses on three issue areas affecting children and their families: mental health, early intervention efforts in schools, and public health approaches to reducing gun violence.

Supporting Future of Blood Cancer Research

The Tow Foundation has committed $2 million to support multiple myeloma research at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of Miami. The work will be led by Dr. C. Ola Landgren  and will focus on studying early detection and predisposition for multiple myeloma, a form of blood cancer.

What We're Saying

Thank you @cca_ct for stepping in to partner with parents seeking greater access to interpreter services in Bridgeport, CT schools. https://bit.ly/3H9psiH

"Making space for others to lead and introduce innovative approaches is not a risk to a foundation. In fact, it may be the very thing to breathe new life into its work." 🔥🙌

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@emilytowfdn on @pndblog: https://philanthropynewsdigest.org/features/commentary-and-opinion/leveraging-internal-innovation-for-external-impact

Two researchers from @nygenome have been named to @Clarivate Analytics’ 2022 Highly Cited Researchers list, which identifies researchers who have demonstrated significant and broad influence in their fields. https://bit.ly/3VBvc9A