An America filled with thriving public spaces, creating community and human connections that extend into daily life.
Equity, Diversity & Inclusion
The Levitt Foundation is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion (EDI) in our organization throughout all aspects of our work, recognizing these values as essential to realizing the Levitt mission. We know there is much to be done to combat injustice, structural racism and oppression, and we believe the arts, especially the power of free, live music in public spaces, can help bridge divides, inspire hope, and strengthen communities. Read our full statement here.
We believe joy is a universal human right, and that free, live music in outdoor settings has the power to create moments of joy and connection that celebrate our shared humanity.
We partner with communities to activate underused public spaces like parks, brownfields and vacant lots, creating vibrant destinations that spark ripple effects of positive impact in overall neighborhood revitalization.
We foster meaningful opportunities for local communities to come together, support a robust peer-to-peer national network of Levitt partners and grantees, and inspire sustained excitement for the power of free, live music to build community among people of all ages and backgrounds.
We champion free, high-caliber arts programming that reflects a wide range of tastes and cultural traditions, in public spaces that are welcoming and accessible to people of all ages, abilities and socio-economic backgrounds.
Our approach to philanthropy is nimble, informed by the evolving needs of our grantees and the communities they serve. We embrace innovation and collaboration in our grantmaking, partnering with grantees to create a more equitable, healthy, and thriving future.