Foundation / Corporation
Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles
11/27/18 - Grantseekers Workshop date.
Grants to Los Angeles, California nonprofits and social entrepreneurs for projects and programs that will have a significant, positive impact on the local Jewish community. Grantseekers must attend a two-hour workshop in order to apply for the grant.
Program Category Eligibility Criteria
New model not previously tested: A cutting edge program that has not been previously tested in any location and that will result in a new model for the L.A. Jewish community.
This may include:
-Existing organizations that launch new programs
-Social entrepreneurs that launch new organizations and programs
-Community-wide implementation of a successfully piloted program: A cutting-edge program that has been piloted in Los Angeles, proven to be viable and is proposed for community-wide implementation in the L.A. Jewish community.
-Adaptation of a successful program for Los Angeles: A cutting-edge program operating elsewhere in the United States that may be suitable for replication or adaptation in the L.A. Jewish community (local staff person or on-the-ground partner organization required).
Proposal Evaluation Criteria:
-The program is unique in concept, design, and implementation.
-The applicant has the capacity and leadership to implement the proposed program.
-The program appears viable to implement.
-Program sustainability is likely once the grant award period is completed.
-Short-term outcomes are well articulated, achievable, and will result in meaningful impact on the Los Angeles Jewish community or a particular demographic within the community.
-The program has the potential to create long-term benefit and transformation for the Los Angeles Jewish community beyond the term of the grant period.
-The program offers an opportunity for significant visibility for The Foundation.
GrantWatch ID#: 130669
Up to $250,000 over a multi-year period
The Foundation funds programs over a multi-year period.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
For questions, please contact:
Naomi Strong, Senior Program Officer
Jewish Community Foundation
6505 Wilshire Boulevard, Suite 1200
Los Angeles, California 90048
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