Focus Area

The Rosendin Foundation cares about the well-being of our communities by partnering with community-focused non-profit organizations to support health including emotional, nutritional, and occupational programs.

Emotional Health

Emotional health ensures that individuals have control over their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. Industries such as construction, place additional pressures on workers and their families as they are essential workers. The Rosendin Foundation understands that instilling a sense of connectedness helps people, especially in the construction industry, achieve positive emotional health. As workers and families face unprecedented levels of unemployment, concerns about respiratory health, exposure to COVID-19, and coping with managing it all at once with limited outside assistance, emotional health and well-being are critical for surviving the next few years.

Nutritional Health

Before the COVID pandemic, 1 in 6 Americans went hungry. In 2021, Feeding America projected 42 million people (1 in 8) including 13 million children (1 in 6), may experience food insecurity. Globally, the United National (UN) World Food Programme’s live Hunger Map predicts 957 million people across 93 countries who do not have enough to eat. Food scarcity, high unemployment, and other factors are depleting our food banks. Our local communities need additional assistance to overcome the food insecurity crisis, and that is where The Rosendin Foundation can provide some support.

Occupational Health

Occupational health is dedicated to the well-being and safety of employees in the workplace, with a strong focus on injury prevention and employee education. The Rosendin Foundation seeks to ensure that the construction industry continues to work toward improved health with a commitment to injury prevention and employee education while prioritizing safety.

Who We Support

Impact. Empower. Inspire.

“The gift from The Rosendin Foundation supported DISCOVERY Children’s Study Hall pandemic response program, which provided free supervised distance learning to 50 students from Title I schools near the Museum for the full 2020-2021 school year. Study Hall students also participated in extracurricular after-school activities at the Museum and through partnerships with UNLV Tech Trekkers, Las Vegas Philharmonic Music Van and Las Vegas-Clark County Library District.”
Melissa Kaiser, Chief Executive Officer
Discovery Children's Museum
"Clackamas Women's Services is grateful to the Rosendin Foundation for their support. At no other time in our history have our resources for survivors of domestic and sexual violence been more necessary; thanks to support like this we are able to expand the availability of our programming to meet the needs of our community."
Brenda Kinoshita, Director of Development and Communications
Clackamas Women's Services
"The Junior League of Austin is grateful for the support from The Rosendin Foundation. This funding is essential for the success of our signature program FIT-Food In Tummies. The mission of FIT is to promote nutritional health and maximize student potential by providing meals to students who may otherwise go without access to food during the weekend. By using our $5,000 award to provide these children FIT backpacks full of food to get them through the weekend, we hope to not only keep their bodies nourished and healthy but their minds as well. We want to make sure students are ready to learn when they walk into school on Monday. Thank you for your support of this important work."
Pim Mayo, Grants Chair
The Junior League of Austin