Impacting Lives

Inspiring Change

The work of the Bronstein Foundation has helped create countless connections, resulting in incredible partnerships that have made a lasting impact on so many lives in our community. And, these relationships have taught us something very important: generosity is contagious. While the Bronstein Foundation has gifted a little over $5 million so far to local organizations who support Sol and Arlene's vision, those gifts have generated another $2.5 million in generous donations and matching gifts from other benefactors, making the total impact over $7.5 million! What an incredible testament to the power of community —we can achieve so much more when we work together!

It's our hope that the legacy of Sol and Arlene Bronstein and the hard work of those who bring our mission to life in the most real and tangible ways will inspire many others to find their own passion for action: to dig in, dig deep and get involved in making our world a better place for all.

“Our ultimate vision is to be home to several facilities focused on the senior population. We envision these individuals will be practicing physicians in the Evansville area who dedicate a significant portion of their time to research and education. This gift from the Bronstein Foundation will lay the foundation we need to build upon in the years ahead.”

Dr. Steven Becker

Director of Indiana University Medical School — Evansville

“Tri-State Food Bank's Senior Grocery Program helps stabilize the lives of low-income seniors by providing free, nutritious, easy-to-prepare food and fresh produce. The program helps seniors maintain their independence and offers a reassuring gesture that they are not forgotten. We are extremely grateful to the Bronstein Foundation for its support of this special program.”

Glenn Roberts

Tri-State Food Bank Executive Director

“The support of Bronstein Foundation has catapulted us to a new level—thanks to their support of this program, we have an attendance of over 150 people at each Lunch, Learn, and Share event. The seniors get to learn something new and are able to teach their kids and grandkids.”

Dr. Mark Browning

Chairman of the Board, Evansville Wartime Museum and retired Navy veteran

“While our partnership is still in its infancy, our vision is that Bronstein Health and Wellness Center will provide rich educational programming and direct healthcare services to address the physical and mental well-being of individuals aged 55 and older in our community, while also providing valuable experiential opportunities for students at the University of Evansville.”

Sylvia DeVault

Corporate and Foundation Relations Officer, University of Evansville

“The partnership between Forefront Community Therapy and the Bronstein Foundation has provided an immense benefit to the greater community. With only two years into this partnership, it's amazing to see the relationships built, lives touched, and, most importantly, individuals that we have been able to empower and help heal at Forefront! I cannot wait to see what the future holds on this trajectory!”

Dr. Ryan Wood

Doctor of Physical Therapy and owner/CEO of Forefront Therapy

“I've always been interested in our nation's history. The event at Evansville Wartime Museum allows me to listen and learn, to go back in time and understand on a deeper level. I get so much out of this and especially enjoy the sense of community among the veterans and others who regularly attend the Lunch, Learn, and Share events.”

Jan Elsea

Retired Alcoa Executive and Veteran