The Scheinberg Relief Fund was established, with an allocation of US$50M, by businessman and philanthropist Mark Scheinberg, together with his family, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our mission is to provide strategic, high impact relief for individuals and communities in locations where the family has a personal or business presence.
As well as reducing the short-term impact of the virus, we’re also seeking to build a lasting legacy in the communities and initiatives that we are giving to, by providing funding for longer-term projects to secure a longer term impact.
Our network of partners around the world helps us proactively locate grassroots organisations, charities and initiatives that meet our funding criteria. These relationships allow us to directly support the lives of individuals and societies most in need.
Our funding supports social benefit projects within four categories:
Donations have already been made to non-profit organisations and initiatives in 10 countries across 4 continents. These include Canada, Costa Rica, Cyprus, Isle of Man, Israel, South Africa, Spain, Ukraine, United Kingdom and the United States.
Mark Scheinberg is an Israeli-Canadian businessman, entrepreneur, investor, philanthropist and founder of Mohari Hospitality, a global investment firm, specialising in real estate investments with an emphasis on luxury hospitality.
Mark Scheinberg and his family founded The Scheinberg Relief Fund in March 2020, to help tackle the direct impact of Covid-19. With an allocation of US$50M, it supports organisations and initiatives in locations where the family has a business of personal presence.
“We are passionate about protecting the welfare of local communities around the world. By collaboratively working together, we strive to bring meaningful support that will help change lives.”