With $10 million grants, the Jewish community’s rescue fund eyes the future

Even as the United States reports more than 500,000 coronavirus deaths, the number of cases is falling sharply. A group of philanthropies that has helped to buoy Jewish organizations during the pandemic believes that now is the time to start thinking about what post-pandemic Jewish life will look like — and they’re willing to put up to $10 million behind big ideas. JCRIF is launching the Reset Grants initiative by putting out a request for proposals that will transform Jewish life in three categories: Jewish education, Israel education and leadership development. Applicants can apply for up to $10 million to be paid out over up to five years. Letters of intent are due March 26, and the final proposals are due May 28. Read more.


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