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Thursday, February 22, 2018

JWA's Rising Voices Fellowship Seeking Applicants!

Our grantee, the Jewish Women's Archive, is seeking applications for its next cohort of the Rising Voices Fellowship.  This is a leadership development program for female-identified teens who have a passion for writing, and a strong interest in feminism and Judaism—particularly as they relate to social justice.  Applications are due March 28th, 2018. For more information, and to apply, go to: https://jwa.org/risingvoices

Seeking an Up-And-Coming Feminist Leader!

The Hadassah Foundation is seeking nominations for its annual Bernice S. Tannenbaum Prize. The Prize honors the achievements of an up-and-coming feminist leader--someone who is making a positive impact on the lives of Jewish girls and young women in the United States, or for Israeli women. It also provides the winner with something that is all-too-rare in the Jewish community: funds to pursue a professional development activity. 

All (electronic-only) applications are due by Noon, ET, Monday, March 19, 2017. The application and guidelines can be downloaded at www.hadassahfoundation.org.

Tuesday, January 9, 2018

The Hadassah Foundation Now Accepting Proposals for US Grants

The Hadassah Foundation is seeking proposals for projects, curricula, and training programs that will enhance the leadership capacity of Jewish girls and young women ages 12-30 in the United States. All applications, to be submitted by email only, are due by February 5, 2018.  The grant term will be July 1, 2018–June 30, 2019.  The Foundation will provide a limited number of one-year grants of up to $40,000, and, potentially, one three-year grant of up to $25,000 a year for three years.
Complete guidelines, as well as the cover sheet and project budget sheet that all applicants are required to use, can be downloaded at www.hadassahfoundation.org.

Know Someone Improving the Lives of Girls and Women?

The Hadassah Foundation is seeking nominations for its annual Bernice S. Tannenbaum Prize. The Prize honors the achievements of an up-and-coming feminist leader--someone who is making a positive impact on the lives of Jewish girls and young women in the United States, or for Israeli women. It also provides the winner with something that is all-too-rare in the Jewish community: funds to pursue a professional development activity. 

All (electronic-only) applications are due by Monday, March 19, 2018.  Application and guidelines can be downloaded at www.hadassahfoundation.org.