See our humanity in a new light
No matter who we are, how we live, or what we believe, we all share a deep need and capacity for human connection and belonging. It’s at the core of our shared humanity — and baked into every human’s DNA.
A crisis of connection
Despite our desire for connection and belonging, more and more Americans are living in isolation, loneliness, anxiety, and fear. And our economic, political, and social systems keep pushing us further apart — eroding our faith in our institutions and each other.
A vision for the future
Across every generation, our ability to work together in common purpose has fueled our greatest achievements and safeguarded our progress in times of challenge and change. By taking the time to listen, learn, and understand each other first, we can see our humanity in a new light and write the next chapter of our human story together.
Einhorn Collaborative works with a wide range of cultural influencers, researchers, community leaders, and funders to help Americans build stronger relationships, embrace our differences, and rediscover our shared humanity — so we can solve our most urgent challenges together.
What does Einhorn Collaborative focus on in its grantmaking?
Bonding: Developing our capacity to form and maintain healthy relationships with a focus on programs designed to establish positive, resilient bonds and emotional connection between babies and parents from birth.
Bridging: Reinforcing our ability to understand ourselves and each other, and positively relate across difference, with a focus on providing adolescents with experiences that enable them to develop lifelong skills of perspective-taking and bridge-building.
Building: Elevating our collective story by helping Americans build a culture of connection and belonging, find common ground, and take action together with practical tools that lift up our common humanity.
How do I apply for funding?
We proactively seek out a wide range partners for collaboration to advance our strategies, so we do not accept unsolicited funding proposals. We have found that this saves the precious time and resources of grant seekers.
Where can I learn more about your work and the work of your grantees?
Check out The Work page to learn more about what we’re working on with partners and peers to fuel a culture of connection and help Americans see our humanity in a new light.