2013-2014 Federation Grant Process
Request for Letters of Intent
The Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia has launched its 2013-2014 funding process. Organizations can submit Letters of Intent (LOI) for the upcoming funding cycle (September 1, 2013 – August 31, 2014) for consideration. Applicants should submit LOIs for programs that align with the priority areas listed below. All letters will be reviewed and selected organizations will be invited to submit full proposals. Please note that submission of a LOI and/or a proposal does not guarantee funding.
2013-2014 Federation Priority Areas:
· Basic Needs in Greater Philadelphia
· Healthy Aging
· Engaging Families with Children
· Education of Our Children
· Outreach and Engagement of College Students and Young Adults
· Safety Net in Israel and Overseas
· Disadvantaged Youth in Israel and Overseas
· Jewish Identity and Continuity
LOIs for the Center for Jewish Life and Learning are due by Friday, March 22, 2013. LOIs for the Center for Social Responsibility and Center for Israel and Overseas are due by Friday, April 5, 2013. A complete LOI should contain both the organization profile form and a narrative program explanation. LOIs should be submitted to the respective centers at the email addresses listed below.
· Center for Social Responsibility: email@example.com
· Center for Israel and Overseas: firstname.lastname@example.org
· Center for Jewish Life and Learning: email@example.com
If you have any questions, please contact the respective Center directors:
Brian Gralnick, Director, Center for Social Responsibility at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jeri Zimmerman, Director, Center for Israel and Overseas at email@example.com
Brian Mono, Director, Center for Jewish life and Learning at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please click on the link below to access the LOI form and guidelines.
Click on the links below to read each Centers’ priority areas and objectives. Click the back button/arrow in your browser to return to this main page.
Center for Social Responsibility:
The mission of the Center for Social Responsibility is to identify and prioritize critical social service needs of the most disadvantaged members of our community. The Center organizes and mobilizes human and financial resources to successfully address the needs of the disadvantaged community. By collaborating with the Federation's partner organizations, the Center develops and implements innovative programs to meet the local community's needs.
Center for Jewish Life and Learning:
The mission of the Center for Jewish Life and Learning is to support and facilitate vibrant Jewish living and learning in the Jewish community of Greater Philadelphia by working closely with community partners on programs that are effective, dynamic, transformative and collaborative.
Center for Israel and Overseas:
To embrace the notion of K’lal Yisrael, we are one people. The Center for Israel and Overseas connects our local community with Jews in Israel and in countries around the world. The Center does this through advocating and providing high-impact support for Israel and for Jews in need globally, including immigrants, the elderly, children, and victims of trauma.