Ceniarth is a single-family office, and related private foundation, focused on funding market-based solutions that benefit underserved communities. Ceniarth primarily engages in rural, marginalized regions in sectors such as agriculture, financial services, energy, and affordable housing. Ceniarth makes full use of its entire portfolio in these efforts and is active in making both mission-related and program-related investments.
CCM's mission is to deliver superior risk-adjusted returns through investment strategies that contribute to positive environmental and social outcomes. Our investment philosophy identifies opportunities with a focus on capital preservation, current income, diversification, volatility control, total return, and risk minimization. We incorporate the environmental and social aspects of ESG investing into our investment philosophy by proactively seeking market-rate, fossil fuel free bonds that positively contribute to economic and sustainable impact. This approach provides an added layer of investment transparency by detailing the use of bond proceeds and providing a full understanding of the programs being financed.
Our Mission: Stimulating Philanthropy To Build A Better Community We do this through: Civic Leadership Philanthropic Leadership Providing products & services to help our donors fulfill their philanthropic goals Our success is measured by: Increased philanthropy in the region Successful outcomes from our grantmaking A vibrant non-profit sector supported by our collaboration with others Strong and stable Community Foundation that will survive in perpetuity
We connect social entrepreneurs with the resources they need, convene events to strengthen the ecosystems of impact investing and social entrepreneurship, and catalyze 100% of our balance sheet for impact.
The Jacob and Hilda Blaustein Foundation promotes social justice and equality of opportunity through its five program areas: Health and Mental Health, Educational Opportunity, Jewish life and Israel, and Human Rights. Based in Baltimore, Maryland, the Foundation funds locally, nationally and internationally.