Community Impact

Community Impact

Community Support and Impact

We’re here to encourage and support inspiring people and exciting projects. While the I Could Do Great Things Foundation is open to supporting many different philanthropic endeavors, we prioritize those related to education, community and Jewish causes.

The Grants are deeply involved in their community, especially in the Delaware area, and have become involved in many community organizations.

Stuart and Suzanne Grant

Jewish Community Impact and Supported Organizations

Jewish Federation of Delaware

The Jewish Federation of Delaware

The Jewish Federation of Delaware is a multifaceted organization that supports a number of areas of the Jewish community as well as non-Jewish community throughout Delaware and the broader world.

Tulane University logo

At Tulane University, an initiative enabled by Stuart and Suzanne Grant and their $100,000 donation, is allowing faculty and students of Tulane to travel between the United States and Israel to direct and conduct energy research . . .

University of Delaware Hillel

Stuart & Suzanne Grant Comprehensive Excellence Society

A group of visionary donors led by Suzanne and Stuart Grant in 2015 made a major investment in the success of Hillel at the University of Delaware. Their support enabled the organization to grow and create the Stuart and Suzanne Grant Comprehensive Excellence Society.

Delaware Community Initiatives

The Warehouse Wilmington Delaware

The Warehouse

The Warehouse is a dynamic new space in Northeast Wilmington designed for teens by teens that will provide the city’s youth with the tools and opportunities they need to become confident, courageous, and contributing young adults who will make a positive difference in our world.

Emory Business School

The Robson Program

The I Could Do Great Things Foundation is proud to support Emory University’s Robson Program for Business, Public Policy, and Government at the Goizueta Business School. The Robson Program acts a a forum for discussing issues that affect business, political matters, and public policy—as well as serving as the impetus for discussing and refining meaningful positive solutions to these hurdles. 

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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.