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No. Only invited applicants are welcome to complete the Grant Inquiry Form by contacting the Foundation.
The Foundation’s current funding areas are: Jewish causes in Chicago and the Negev, Modern Israel History in summer camps, hunger relief and the prevention of drug abuse in the Chicago region.
The majority of our grant recipients are located in the Chicago area and in the area of Be’er Sheva, Israel and the surrounding Negev. We do occasionally make grants to statewide and national organizations, or those whose local work is focused elsewhere, in support of one of the Foundation’s priority areas.
No. The grant award amount depends on how strong of a fit the proposed work is to the Foundation's program priorities and the scope of the project. Please ask the program officer for guidance in determining the size of your request.
The grant duration depends on the scope of work proposed. Multi-year grants are not uncommon.
We provide both general operating support and project support. You should discuss the type of funding you need with the program officer.
The Foundation does make grants to organizations who aspire to build or renovate places of business, or purchase or refurbish capital as needed. The organization’s mission must be consistent with the foundation’s interest areas.
Grants will not be made for the following:
The number and frequency of grant reports are dependent on the project and time frame for the grant. Grant reporting requirements are clearly outlined in the Grant Agreement document when the grant is awarded.