The Golden Globe Foundation continues
a long history of entertainment-related grantmaking.

The Golden Globe Foundation was formed in 2023, following the sale of the Golden Globe Awards show to Eldridge Globes, LLC, to perpetuate the philanthropic mission of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association. The proceeds of that sale and existing resources of the organization allow the Foundation to continue its grantmaking.

Our Vision

A World Where
All Creatives Flourish.

Global Reach

Foundation donations support a diverse range of nonprofit organizations assisting underserved communities, universities, and colleges. The grants also support film restoration projects in the United States and abroad, as well as programs providing aid and assistance to journalists across the globe.

  • $00 Million

    Total amount given away by the Foundation over the last 28 years!

  • 00 Students

    Received scholarships to help them pursue their dreams!

  • 00 Films

    Restored, including King Kong (1933), Paths of Glory (1957) and A Fistful of Dollars (1964)

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The Golden Globe Foundation has awarded $55 million in grants to support arts, education, journalism, and film restoration programs for various non-profit organizations.

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Our Grants

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Success Stories

CSUN – CTVA Alumna and GGF Fellow Wins Oscar for ’20 Days in Mariupol’ Documentary
CSUN – CTVA Alumna and GGF Fellow Wins Oscar for ’20 Days in Mariupol’ Documentary

Michelle Mizner graduated California State University, Northridge with a film production emphasis in the Department of Cinema and Television Arts.  She directed the senior film project ‘Barrio Thief’ with funding assistance from the HFPA and was an HFPA Fellow. “Michelle is an an example of the impact the HFPA funding has had on our CSUN students. […]

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Meet LACC Cinema Production Alumnus William Angel
Meet LACC Cinema Production Alumnus William Angel

William Angel’s dedication and grit for Cinema Production reflects the number of film projects he’s completed during his time at LACC. His persistence has opened doors, such as having his film Sonrisa screen at multiple film festivals including the L.A. Horror Fest and Zedd Film Festival along with winning awards.   Why did you choose Los Angeles City College? Affordable and local. This […]

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Featured Grantees

  • CalArts
  • Film2Future
  • Film Aid
  • Lollipop Theater Network
  • Los Angeles Conservancy
  • Los Angeles Valley College Foundation
  • Military Veterans in Journalism
  • Smithsonian Behring Center
  • The Black TV and Film Collective
  • The Film Foundation
  • venice arts
  • Vidiots
  • Women Make Movies

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