Applying for JCF Grants
View the Fall 2021 JCF Grants Cycle Results
Download the JCF Grants Application and accompanying documents here:
For organizations ready to request their grant reimbursements:
Please download the following form, complete all questions, and email it to the JCF, along with copies of your receipts, evaluation(s), and final event budget.
If you have any questions, concerns, or feedback using these documents, please contact Mike Staff at 856-673-2528. We want to make this process as user-friendly as possible for all applicants. Thank you.
The Jewish Community Foundation, Inc. offers grants to non-profit organizations serving the Southern New Jersey community, including Jewish Federation of Southern New Jersey agencies, synagogues, Jewish day schools, and secular non-profits. These grants are awarded twice annually, during our Spring and Fall JCF Grants cycles.
The JCF provides funding of up to $3,600 for each grant application that is approved by our Grants Committee and Board of Trustees, and applicants can apply for funding for more than one program per cycle. Each program is eligible to receive funding over the course of up to three cycles (usually once per year for three years), with a new application required for each cycle.
Funding is provided primarily for new and innovative programming and services benefiting residents of Burlington, Camden, and/or Gloucester counties in South Jersey. Grants are not intended to supplement or duplicate existing funding or ongoing operating budgets of an organization or programs and services presently in existence.
NOTE TO ALL PROSPECTIVE APPLICANTS:
Please take a moment to review the JCF Grants Guidelines
(effective starting with the Fall 2017 Cycle)
Information JCF Grants: Fall & Spring Cycles
The deadline to apply for the
Spring 2022 JCF Grants Cycle has passed.
Our next cycle will take place in Fall 2022 with details to be announced.
Step 1. Ready to get started with your Grant Application?
After downloading the JCF Grants Application, please be sure to save your application document as you use it and before submitting.
To accompany the application, please refer to our document with Instructions for the JCF Grants Application. This document is intended to guide you through the questions as you complete the application.
Step 2. Join Us for a Complimentary Grants Workshop (attendance is optional but encouraged):
We invite representatives from organizations who are planning to apply to the JCF's Grants Cycle to take part in a Grants Workshop for tips, guidelines, and Q & A.
If you are considering applying for a JCF Grant, we welcome you to join us on Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at 9:00 a.m.
The workshop is planned to be held via Zoom,
with an in-person option to be determined.
Your RSVP is required, please email the JCF at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to attend.
The workshop is intended for any prospective applicant to learn more about the process and discuss any questions you may have about your grant proposal.
Step 3. Ready to submit your grant application?
To apply, all applicants must complete this form:
The JCF's Grants Committee will review all applications and the JCF will be in touch with you as soon as a decision is made on each one. This process may take 6-8 weeks in total, thank you for your patience and understanding.
The JCF may follow up with you regarding your application, in the event that more information or clarity is needed. We do this to ensure that our committee has the best available overview of your proposed program.
JCF Grants exist thanks to the JCF’s Community Endowment Fund, and the following named endowment funds: Fannie & Meyer Adelman* Family, Florence & Fred Bryen*, Bush Refigeration, Glenn Cohen* Memorial, Larry Lerner* Memorial, Bertha & William Remer*, Stella Schaevitz*, Louis Silverman*, Norma & Leonard Zelnick* (*of blessed memory)
Still Have Questions?
Please contact Mike Staff, JCF Marketing & Communications Manager, at 856-673-2528. Thank you.