Foundation / Corporation
Jewish Federation and The Jewish Community Foundation of the East Bay
Grants to East Bay, California nonprofit organizations and synagogues whose work impacts the local Jewish communities. Funding is intended to support organizations who work toward the Federation's and Foundation's mission of tzedakah (righteous giving), chesed (loving-kindness), and Tikkun Olam (repairing the world).
The Jewish Federation and the Jewish Community Foundation of the East Bay provide grants to organizations whose work impact the East Bay Jewish community in two categories:
- Sustaining support: funds are intended to be used for core operating support
- Programmatic support: funds are intended to support a specific project, initiative in full or part
Special consideration will be given to collaborative initiatives.
The Federation and Foundation work to build a vibrant and inclusive local Jewish community, support organizations and programs that help local Jewish families and connect donors with opportunities that match their vision, values, and goals.
To this end, Federation and Foundation are dedicated to building and sustaining a vibrant and inclusive local Jewish community and supporting Jewish life in the East Bay, Israel, and around the world.
GrantWatch ID#: 149910
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Questions about eligibility or proposal concept, please contact:
Rabbi Andrew Kastner, Director of Community Impact
Questions about the 2017-2018 Impact Grants process, please contact:
Alison Stein, Community Impact Program Officer
2121 Allston Way
Berkeley, CA 94720
PO Box 370
Berkeley, CA 94701-0370
For more information on region:
USA: California: East Bay
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