The Jewish Heritage Foundation offers two categories for grant consideration.
JEWISH COMMUNITY FUNDING
The mission of the Jewish Heritage Foundation is to promote health and general well-being in the Kansas City metropolitan area, with a priority to serve the Jewish Community.
- PROGRAM GRANTS are offered to assist Jewish nonprofit agencies
- establish or continue programs that significantly impact the Jewish community, and
- ensure that the quality of life of the organization’s client base is measurably improved in accordance with the mission.
- CORE AGENCY SUPPORT GRANTS are offered to assist Jewish nonprofit agencies
- fulfill their stated mission by funding overall organization operations, independent of direct service costs, as well as
- requests that may include administrative operation expenses
GENERAL COMMUNITY FUNDING
- CORE AGENCY SUPPORT GRANTS
The Jewish Heritage Foundation has long recognized the need to provide financial support to partially subsidize nonprofit organization’s core, administrative costs. The Foundation recognizes that the continued impact of the economic downturn is placing increased demands on agencies providing emergency services to individuals and families in need. The board will set priorities for Core Agency Funding in the first quarter of 2013.
- OLDER ADULT PROGRAM GRANTS
Grants are offered to assist General Community nonprofit organizations that support promising programs and innovative approaches to the challenges facing adults aged 60 and over.