The David Rockefeller Fund was established in 1989 by David Rockefeller and his wife Peggy to carry out their annual charitable giving in communities where they had homes outside New York City. In 2001, David Rockefeller expanded the Fund and invited his children and grandchildren and their spouses to take a more active role in the Fund with the idea of transferring to them the family’s philanthropic tradition. The Fund’s work provides a learning environment where family members are able to engage in dialogue and grantmaking around shared topics of interest.
30 Rockefeller Plaza Room 5600
New York, NY 10112
Food System Focus Areas: Policy, Advocacy and Organizing, Urban Agriculture, Infrastructure & Supply Chain Logistics