Jewish National Fund-USA’s Boruchin Center now accepting Letters of Inquiry

Jewish National Fund-USA’s Boruchin Center continues to deepen the connection between all Americans and the land and people of Israel.

Jewish National Fund-USA’s Boruchin Center is now accepting Letters of Inquiry regarding its 2023-24 grant funding period. The Center is committed to strengthening the lifelong connection between all Americans – especially Jewish American teens – with the land and people of Israel. Accordingly, programs that foster these connections will be considered.

Unlike a traditional foundation, the Boruchin Center is creating synergies with its grantees in ways that meaningfully accelerate both their own programs and Jewish National Fund-USA’s overarching mission.

Applicants seeking funding are invited to submit a Letter of Interest describing their organization and how they wish to collaborate with the Boruchin Center and its mission.

Grantee Criteria:

  • $100,000 minimum grant request from JNF Boruchin Center.
  • Grantees must also raise matching funds (for a minimum $200,000 budgetary need)
  • Current 501c3 status required

All Boruchin Center grants last for a period of one year.

Letters of Inquiry are due by February 15, 2023. For more information and to access the submission portal, visit jnf.org/Boruchin or contact Rachel Adams at radams@jnf.org or 212.879.9305 x249.

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