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Apply for the Fall JCF Grants Cycle

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Nonprofits (including synagogues) that serve Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties may now apply for the Fall JCF Grants Cycle from the Jewish Community Foundation, Inc., thru the deadline of Tuesday, October 26th at 5:00 p.m.

Organizations that apply may submit one or more proposals to request funding for new and innovative programs and services.

Following the deadline, the JCF’s Grants Committee, chaired by JCF Board members Rhona Cohen and Andi Levin, reviews each application, and may allot up to $3,600 per request.

Once approved for a JCF Grant, recipients may launch their program or service on or after December 1st and would have nearly one year to use the award dollars. Funding is provided on a reimbursement basis, which would be due by November 30, 2022.

Want to Learn more about JCF Grants?

On Friday, October 1st at 9:00 a.m., the JCF will host a complimentary Grants Workshop via Zoom for prospective applicants to learn more about the process, ask questions, and discuss their prospective requests.

Applicants are not required, but encouraged to attend the workshop. Submit your RSVP (required) or for full details about JCF Grants, visit

Endowment Funds that Support JCF Grants

The JCF provides Spring and Fall Grants every year to fund new and innovative programming in South Jersey.

JCF Grants are made possible thanks to many generous donors who established endowment funds for this purpose, to ensure our community thrives for future generations.

These funds include:

JCF Grants Endowment Fund

Fannie & Meyer Adleman* Family Endowment Fund

Fred & Florence Bryen* Community Endowment Fund

Bush Refrigeration Camden Development Endowment Fund

Glenn Cohen* Memorial Music Endowment Fund

Larry Lerner* Memorial Endowment Fund

William & Bertha Remer* Community Endowment Fund

Stella Schaevitz* Community Endowment Fund

Louis Silverman* Endowment Fund

Leonard & Norma Zelnick* Community Endowment Fund

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