The Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund is a San Francisco-based foundation founded in 1992 founded by Lisa and Douglas Goldman. The foundation makes grants to organizations involved in California.
It supports advocacy for left-of-center positions, including trying to expand and protecting voting eligibility, opposing election-related speech, promoting environmentalist-friendly products, supporting environmentalist policies in the Bay Area, and favoring abortion access.
The Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund was founded in 1992 by Lisa and Douglas Goldman. Douglas Goldman is the son of Levi Strauss heirs. After his father, Richard Goldman, died, his foundation received a third of his father’s approximately $280 million assets. 
The Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund gives to various organizations, including a number of left-of-center advocacy groups. The Fund has supported liberal election-process groups like the Campaign Legal Center in Washington, D.C. ($75,000) and Fair Elections Center in Washington, D.C. ($40,000); liberal advocacy media including Trace Media, Inc., in Brooklyn, New York ($40,000); environmentalist groups like Dogwood Alliance in Asheville, North Carolina ($50,000), Earthworks in Washington D.C., ($80,000), and United States Public Interest Research Group Education Fund in Denver, Colorado ($40,000); and a number of local Bay Area organizations including Tennis Coalition of San Francisco, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, and United Way of Northern California. 
Douglas E. Goldman is the president of the Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund. He was an emergency physician for some time. Goldman is the chairman and founder of a business technology company aimed at enhancing business meetings. 
He is also currently a trustee of the Walter and Elise Haas Fund and sits on the board of the San Francisco Emergency Physicians’ Association, the Goldman School of Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley, the Harold Hartog School of Government and Policy at Tel-Aviv University, the Haas School of Business at the University of California at Berkeley, the Goldman Environmental Foundation, and the Goldman Prize jury.