The Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven has established a new grant-based funding process to inspire creativity, collaboration, and engagement from every aspect of our community.   

We welcome participation from synagogues, Jewish organizations, and individuals with project proposals that meet the needs of our growing community in the following areas:

  • Jewish Education
  • Caring for the Vulnerable
  • Enagagement Opportunities

The goals of this new grant-based funding process are to:

  • Unite our Jewish community, embracing diversity and strengthening relationships through shared values and goals.
  • Empower Jewish journeys through learning and immersive experiences that create meaningful moments in Jewish life.
  • Maximize impact by building bridges amongst the entire community to foster a robust Jewish community and encouraging collaboration between Jewish organizations to maximize resources.
  • Advocate as a voice of the collective Jewish community.
  • Enhance the quality of life in Greater New Haven by engaging unaffiliated members of our community to ensure Jewish continuity.
  • Support creative and impactful community programs that nurture and advance Jewish values.

Review our Grant Making Guidelines for 2022

Notes from our Impact Grant Informational Meeting (1/20/2022)

Or watch a recording of the Informational Meeting, below.


Timeline

Jan. 14, 2022
Grant proposal submission period opens
Jan. 20, 2022
Community Informational Meeting for all questions
Feb. 10, 2022
Grant proposal submission period closes
Feb. 15, 2022
Committee to review and confirm applications
Feb. 21, 2022
Applicants to be notified
May 2022
Check-in with a Grants Committee Task Force member to discuss progress
Aug. 19, 2022
Midyear report due
Oct/Nov, 2022
Check-in with a Grants Committee Task Force member to discuss progress
Jan. 10, 2023
Final report due

Initial Information

United States

Criteria

The grant request must be relevant to the long-term goals of strengthening Greater New Haven, Israel, or other Jewish communities around the world. 

The grant request must demonstrate a need within the Jewish community and exhibit that it is well planned and feasible. 

The grant applicant (organization or individual) must address the long-term plan to carry out the proposal and financial projection that includes sustainability and independence from the Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven. 

The grant must justify an appropriate budget in relation to the proposed project. 


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Project


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Funding Sources


Supplemental Documentation

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