The Bafrayung Fund is a New York City-based private grantmaking foundation established in 2018.  The foundation makes the bulk of its large contributions to numerous left-of-center to radical organizations.
The chair of the Bafrayung Fund is Rachel Gelman. 
Radical-left activist Isaac Lev Szmonko signed a letter supporting left-progressive approaches to race within Jewish-oriented organizations on behalf of the Fund; a Rachel Gelman of Oakland signed in a personal capacity.  Szmonko and Gelman are both officers of Gelman Giving, a radical-left philanthropic advisory group and grantmaking brand. 
In a New York Times profile of young, socialist grantmakers, a person by the name of Rachel Gelman was reported as giving to the National Day Laborer Organizing Network and Critical Resistance, which are Bafrayung Fund grant recipients. 
In 2020, the foundation awarded $2,403,000 in grants. Among the left-of-center organizations that received grants were the Arab American Action Network, the ANYI Institute, Bend the Arc Jewish Action, Black Alliance for Just Immigration, Causa Justa Just Cause, Center for Political Education, Critical Resistance, Dignity & Power Now, Desis Rising Up and Moving, Essie Justice Group, Freedom Archives, Grassroots International, Groundswell Fund, Headwaters Foundation For Justice, Highlander Research and Education, Indigenous Environmental Network, Jews For Racial & Economic Justice, Los Angeles Community Action Network, Climate Justice Alliance, Mujeres Unidas y Activas, National Day Laborer Organizing Network, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Mpower Change, Project South, Proteus Fund, Resource Generation, the Ruckus Society, the Solidaire Network, NDN Collective, Thousand Currents, Tides Center, and WESPAC Foundation.