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Buddhadharma : Summer 2019
94 BUDDHADHARMA: THE PRACTITIONER'S QUARTERLY Colorado, is the foundation’s longest sustaining grantee, with funds largely going toward scholarships and programs. Other institutions supported by Lenz Foundation include Brown University, NYU, and UC Berkeley. The foundation also supports Buddhist publications, meditation resources, mindfulness programs, women in Buddhism, Buddhist palliative care, retreat centers, and Buddhist ministry in justice systems. Prison Mindfulness Institute (PMI), a grant recipient, has grown into an international organization that provides mindfulnessbased programs to atrisk and incarcerated youth and adults. In an email, Fleet Maull, founder, and Kate Crisp, executive director, write, “We are incredibly grateful to the board of the Lenz Foundation. Their support has allowed us to introduce many tens of thousands of incarcerated youth and adults and thousands of criminal justice pro fessionals to the healing and transformative power of mindfulness.” Over the years, Lenz Foundation has given close to $7 million in grants to more than one hundred organizations. The foundation has also broadened its scope of grantees to include nonBuddhist orga nizations that offer contemplative programs, such as the Institute of Jewish Spirituality, which aims to reconnect people with tradi tional Jewish practice and teachings. In 2018, the institute received a $10,000 grant to support its Jewish Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Training Course, which consists of three intensive retreats and a cur riculum of study. For the last decade, Lenz Foundation has hosted a series of conferences that offer a range of resources, from collaboration training to fundraising and sustainability instruction. In 2018, the foundation’s advisory committee met to discuss future topics for conferences and programs that promote the next generation of Bud dhist leaders, with suggested topics emphasizing the importance of fostering work from women and people of color. Most recently, the foundation supported The Gathering, an event cohosted by Lion’s Roar Foundation and Union Theological Seminary, which brought together leading Buddhist teachers of Black African descent.