Grant & Scholarship Awards
Did you know that numerous financial awards are available
from Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey agencies
to benefit individuals and organizations in Burlington,
Camden, and Gloucester counties?
Please visit the following links for the most up-to-date
information, deadlines to apply for 2020 awards, and more,
for each award opportunity:
Grant Opportunities for Non-Profits
Jewish Women’s Foundation Grants: Awards are available to bring positive change to the lives of Jewish women and girls in SNJ and around the world.
JCF Spring Grants Cycle: Grants for new and innovative programming are available for non-profits serving the SNJ Jewish and secular community.
Financial Awards for Individuals
JCF Scholarship & Emerging Leader Awards: A variety of funds provide financial awards for local scholars and emerging leaders.
Jewish Federation Financial Assistance for Youth: Funds are available for Jewish overnight camp as well as teen Israel or leadership programs.
The Dr. Paul Winkler Award provides a stipend to one teacher who enrolls in the New Jersey Commission on Holocaust Education Summer Seminar.
The Richard C. Goodwin-Josiah DuBois Humanitarian Award is given to deserving students who exemplify the outstanding attributes of Josiah DuBois through exemplary community service.
Golden Slipper Club & Charities (note: this non-profit organization is not affiliated with JCF or Jewish Federation): Scholarship awards available to incoming freshmen, sophomores, or juniors from Southeastern PA, Southeastern NJ, and DE, in a university or college. For new applicants, click here to download an application, and for returning applicants, click here. For questions, contact Golden Slipper directly or call 610-660-0510.