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Holocaust Education Grant

Grants to Delaware Teachers and
Organizations for Holocaust Education Projects

Agency Type:

Foundation / Corporation

Funding Source:

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Jewish Federation of Delaware - Halina Wind Preston Holocaust Education Center - Arnold D. Kerr Holocaust Education Endowment Fund

Deadline Date:

02/16/18 Receipt


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Grants of up to $2,500 to Delaware teachers and organizations for one-time educational opportunities related to the Holocaust. Teacher applicants may work in any discipline; however, please note that preference may be given to teachers in Language Arts/English and Social Studies/History.

Awards are meant to support and inspire educational opportunities for Delawareans that will raise awareness about the dangers of discrimination, indifference and the consequences of hatred - to hearten diversity and enhance understanding about the Holocaust so that future generations will be spared the horrors of genocide.

Please note that the lessons learned from the Holocaust must be taught with historical background and documented facts:

-Hitler and the Nazi regime’s goal was the complete destruction of the world’s Jews and separation of non-Aryan from Aryan populations.

-Many economic and social factors made the Holocaust possible, along with collusion of governments, collaborators, and bystanders.

-There is no justification for perpetrating atrocities against persecuted groups. Heroism and courage by victims and witnesses of every faith, age and background was widespread.

While there is no reasonable answer for why the Holocaust was allowed to happen, projects should promote the following lessons learned from the Holocaust:

-Individuals, institutions, religious groups, and governments each play a vital role in protecting civil rights for everyone.

-Those who resisted serve as role models of the strength, valor, guardians of human spirit, personal character, and ethical beliefs, and give us hope for the future.

-Study of the Holocaust provides opportunities for significant reflection and personal growth.

GrantWatch ID#:

GrantWatch ID#: 177365

Estimated Size of Grant:

Grant awards will generally not exceed $2,500.

Additional Eligibility Criteria:

Both organizations and individuals are eligible to apply.

For Teacher Applicants:
Educators currently teaching in the Delaware area are invited to apply. All teachers are welcome to apply; preference may be given to teachers in Language Arts/English and Social Studies/History.

Pre-Application Information:

Click on the link in the Supporting Documents section below to download the application.

Deadlines for submitting grant proposals are November 10, 2017 and February 16, 2018. Grant applications received subsequent to these dates will not be accepted.

Award decisions will be made by December 20, 2017 and March 14, 2018. Applicants will be notified in writing of funding decisions by USPS mail and email.

Contact Information:

Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.

Completed applications and/or any questions may be directed to Gina Kozicki at or at (302) 427-2100 x820.

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Geographic Focus:

USA: Delaware