Our 2022 Grantees

The Foundation for Middle East Peace (FMEP) is proud to announce its support for a range of organizations doing essential work to challenge the occupation and promote Israeli-Palestinian peace. Since its establishment in 1979, FMEP has stood with courageous non-profit organizations working to end Israel’s occupation of the West Bank, Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem and striving for a just and lasting solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Continuing this tradition, FMEP’s 2022 grants support important work in four main strategic areas:

  1. Ending Israeli policies that break international law, trample democratic norms, and violate human rights and dignity.
  2. Defending the anti-occupation/pro-peace sector as a whole, including combatting the weaponization of the Israel-Palestinian issue & false accusations of antisemitism.
  3. Cultivating/elevating new thought leaders who challenge status quo assumptions, expand the debate beyond the existing stale limits, and articulate alternatives to failed policies and approaches.
  4. Enabling Palestinians to remain in Palestine.

2022 Grantees


*FMEP awarded a grant to NIF, in support of its existing work/fundraising for these organizations

**FMEP awarded a donation to The British Schools & Universities Foundation, in support of its work with Goldsmiths, University of London – which hosts Forensic Architecture.

***FMEP awarded a grant to +972 Magazine in support of its Massafer Yatta Media Fellowship Project.

****FMEP awarded a grant to Heartland Initiative in support of its work with Terrestrial Jerusalem.

*****FMEP awarded a grant to Empowerment Works in support of its work with Visualizing Impact, which hosts Visualizing Palestine.


2021 Grantees

2020 Grantees

2019 Grantees

2018 Grantees


FMEP is a 501(c)(3) private foundation established in 1979 by lawyer and philanthropist Merle Thorpe, Jr., to promote a just solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict through grants, public programming, and research.