About Us

We believe that a lot of people have innovative ideas for helping their communities and solving important problems. We believe that one idea, one project or one person can change the world in a positive way. However, many people never get the chance to see their ideas to fruition.

We want to change that by helping people turn their good ideas into a great reality.

We’re here to encourage and support inspiring people and exciting projects. For us to consider your idea, you must have a concrete plan and a serious commitment. We want to understand what Great Things you intend to do, how you are going to do Great Things and how financial backing or other resources we may supply will lead to Great Things.

Our core values

In living our values we are taking an aspirational approach to our philanthropy. Our values lead us to constantly search, inquire and educate ourselves about new thought-provoking ideas, creative methods and talented people. We truly believe we’re one great idea away to a better world.

Our funding criteria are simple

To apply for a grant, you can be an individual, a business or a community organization – but your Great Idea must have a charitable purpose and offer a fresh approach. While there are many worthwhile charitable endeavors, the I Could Do Great Things Foundation does not provide funding for the overhead of a community organization and does not support business ventures intended to make profits for owners.

The I Could Do Great Things Foundation is open to supporting many different philanthropic endeavors, but prioritizes those related to education, community and Jewish causes.

Our Founders

Suzanne Grant

Suzanne Grant is an accomplished businessperson, Broadway producer and philanthropist.

Stuart Grant

Stuart Grant is an acclaimed attorney, entrepreneur, investor, sportsman, and philanthropist who has achieved notable success in numerous pursuits from jurisprudence to thoroughbred horse racing.

I Have an Idea!

To apply for a grant, you can be an individual, a business or a community organization – but your Great Idea must have a charitable purpose and offer a fresh approach.