The Paul M. Angell Family Foundation is a left-leaning private grantmaking foundation that financially supports three main philanthropic areas: conservation, performing arts, and social causes. It was created in 2011 in honor of Paul M. Angell, a food manufacturer. 
Four members of the board are members of the Angell family.
The foundation awards grants to site-specific projects to improve the health of the ocean and to withstand climate change.  The director of the foundation’s environmental program is James Angell. James Angell spent nearly twenty years as a lawyer for the left-of-center environmentalist group Earthjustice and the foundation awarded over $440,000 to the group in 2018. 
The Paul M. Angell Family Foundation is a 501 (c)(3) private grantmaking foundation. The foundation reported $255,455 in revenue and $20,002,243 in expenditures in its 2018 fiscal year.  The foundation reported three employees receiving over $50,000 compensation.  In 2018, the foundation contributed $513,700 to a donor-advisory at the International Community Foundation to be dispersed to nonprofit organizations working on conservation issues in Mexico.  The Paul M. Angell Family Foundation allotted grant money to left leaning groups such as Planned Parenthood of Illinois, Earthjustice, Wild Aid, and Puerto Rican Arts Alliance.