Druckenmiller Foundation: Grants for K-12 Education

OVERVIEW: The Druckenmiller Foundation supports the Harlem Children’s Zone, Teach for America and Blue Meridian Partners. It does not maintain a website, and little is known about its broader philanthropic giving.

IP TAKE: Maintaining a low media profile, the Druckenmiller Foundation demonstrates support for at-risk urban populations through its support of the Harlem Children’s Zone, Teach for America and Blue Meridian Partners.

PROFILE: The Druckenmiller Foundation was founded in 1993 by Stanley Druckenmiller, the founder and manager of Duquesne Capital Management. It is based in New York City.

Little is known about the Druckenmiller Foundation’s grantmaking. The foundation does not maintain a website. One known beneficiary of the foundation in the area of K-12 education is Harlem Children’s Zone, a New York City-based organization that runs several charters schools and community support organizations, and where Stanley Druckenmiller chairs the board of trustees. The foundation has also supported Teach for America and worked with Blue Meridian Partners, a philanthropic collaborative that aims to broaden the impact of the most effective nonprofits working with underprivileged children and youth in the United States.

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Telephone: (212) 404-1150