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Thanks to a generous gift from the Bernhardt Foundation, the Jewish Alliance of Greater Rhode Island is kicking off the new year with the second cycle of the Community Microgrants Initiative.
The Alliance is excited to build on the success of last year’s cycle, during which eight collaborative projects and three individual projects were supported through these grant opportunities.
The Alliance will award individual grants with an expected maximum of $500 to individuals whose proposed projects will strengthen community relationships and expand reach to those who might not have a history of engagement with the Alliance.
Applications for individual grants will be considered based on how their projects relate to goals that foster Jewish learning, community, or giving. The Alliance encourages creativity and will consider ongoing support to build out new concepts and ideas.
Click here to access the individual grant application.
The deadline for individual grants is rolling and the cycle will close when available funds have been awarded.
The Alliance is also offering collaborative grants with an expected maximum of $5,000 for partnerships between a Jewish agency and one (or more) other agency or organization, with a goal of growing creative collaboration and strengthening bonds with partner agencies, as well as forging new bonds and supporting causes that align with the Alliance’s message.
Collaborative grants must consist of a partnership between one Jewish agency and one or more agency of any denomination, including non-denominational.
Click here to access the collaborative grant application.
The deadline for collaborative grants is rolling and the cycle will close when available funds have been awarded.
For more information, email Claire Uziel.