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Grants to USA, Canada, and International nonprofit organizations for strategies and approaches to addressing antisemitism. Applicants must submit a letter of intent prior to submitting a full proposal. Funding is intended to support creative, grassroots, and scalable ideas that promote the exposure, effective confrontation, and/or eventual invalidation of antisemitic activities. The funding source is particularly interested in proactive approaches that preempt antisemitism.
Natan’s Confronting Antisemitism committee requests proposals from organizations that are addressing contemporary antisemitism around the world. Applicants could include initiatives that are:
Natan’s Focus: In the spirit of “venture philanthropy,” Natan is especially interested in supporting entrepreneurial individuals, startups and fledgling organizations that have not yet received significant support from major funders and that are independent from larger institutions and organizational structures. Natan seeks to catalyze and support innovation that begins on the margins of the Jewish organizational world, with the twin goals of developing new standalone organizations and infusing innovative thinking into larger, legacy institutions for the long term.
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