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The Susan Sarandon Charitable Foundation


Last profile update: 12/20/2017
Last grant data update: 04/01/2018

At A Glance

The Susan Sarandon Charitable Foundation

501 S. Beverly Dr., 3rd Fl.

Beverly Hills, CA United States 90212-4514

Type of Grantmaker

Independent foundation

Additional Descriptor




Established in 2002 in CA - Founded by Susan Sarandon, a multi-award winning film and television actress, who made her film debut in the movie "Joe" in 1970. Ms. Sarandon has starred in many hit films including "The Witches of Eastwick," "Lorenzo's Oil", "Thelma and Louise," and "Dead Man Walking" for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress. In 2007, she was nominated for Emmy, Golden Globe, Screen Actors Guild and Satellite Awards for Best Actress for her portrayal of philanthropist Doris Duke in the television movie "Bernard and Doris." Ms. Sarandon also starred in the off-Broadway hits "A Coupla White Chicks Sitting Around Talking" and "Extremities," and made her return to Broadway in 2009 in a revival Ionesco's "Exit the King." Sarandon is also known for her political activism.