A Philanthropic Initiative Supporting Opportunity, Access and Leadership Around the World
When sacred Native American objects were being sold at a Paris auction house, Gregory Annenberg Weingarten intervened, secretly purchasing 24 of the objects and repatriating them to their rightful owners.
Watts Leadership Institute
Sponsored by GRoW, in 2018 Watts Leadership Institute (WLI) hosted a screening of Black Panther at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica for members of the Watts community, which was followed by a celebration dinner for the leaders in WLI's inaugural cohort.
LA Trade Technical College
As a longtime advocate of LA Trade Technical College, GRoW supports their innovative Design and Media Arts Pathway, which serves as a critical launching point for students pursuing careers ranging from fashion design to digital media to sign graphics.
Loving Hands Community Care
Every year in honor of Mother's Day, Loving Hands hosts a luncheon for mothers who have lost a child, offering a nurturing space to remember their loved ones and safe place to grieve during an especially challenging holiday.
Hopi Tribe - The Rachel Maddow Show
In 2013, The Rachel Maddow Show featured Gregory Annenberg Weingarten's secret intervention in a French auction that led to a historic act of philanthropy when he repatriated the sacred Native American "friends" back to their rightful owners.
As a major sponsor of their educational programming, GRoW shares American Cinematheque's commitment to preserving the magic of moviemaking and the traditional moviegoing experience.
LA Opera & LACHSA
In 2018, LA Opera's GRoW @ Annenberg Poster Contest offered 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students at Los Angeles County High School for the Arts (LACHSA) the opportunity to design production artwork for that season's Rigoletto performance.