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Staenberg Family Foundation Awards over $60,000 in Anything Grants

Eighteen local Jewish organizations have been granted almost $62,000 in this year’s round of Anything GrantsTM funding. This year, 28 applications were received, representing nearly $110,000 in funding requests. The projects being funded include upgrades to technology tools, a sukkah, and a variety of infrastructure projects. Ellen Alper, CEO of the National Council of Jewish…

Rubin and Gloria Feldman Family Educational Institute to accept applications for Holocaust education funding

Today, the St. Louis Kaplan Feldman Holocaust Museum announced the opening of the fall funding cycle for the Rubin and Gloria Feldman Family Educational Institute. Interested individuals and organizations can apply for funds of up to $5,000 on the Institute’s online portal. The application cycle closes on Nov. 5, 2021, and award winners will be notified in early…

New Federation mini-grants will address mental health concerns faced by young adults

Jewish Federation of St. Louis is accepting applications for mini-grants for pilot projects that focus on building resilience and community connection among Jewish young adults during the pandemic and beyond. “Mental health issues among young adults in the St. Louis Jewish community were already a concern before COVID hit, and the pandemic exacerbated them,” said…

Jewish Federation of St. Louis announces new investment in Jewish early childhood centers

Recognizing the importance of the impact of Jewish early childhood centers in the St. Louis Jewish Community, the Jewish Federation of St. Louis has announced a $125,000 investment over the next 16 months into a new ECC collaborative initiative for all 10 early childhood programs in the community. The ECC Initiative will provide a unique…

Women’s Auxiliary announces new guidelines for 2021 grants

The Women’s Auxiliary Foundation for Jewish Aged, a supporting foundation of Jewish Federation of St. Louis, is now accepting applications for its 2021 funding cycle from St. Louis area 501(c)(3) organizations. Applications will be accepted from a professional employed by a St. Louis non-profit working in collaboration with organizations in the Jewish community. Applicants for…

Federation announces new Seltzer College Scholarship

Jewish Federation of St. Louis has a new $10,000 scholarship available to area Jewish high school seniors and community college students who are transferring to a four-year college or university. The Cynthia and Garry Seltzer College Scholarship will recognize a student who has demonstrated academic achievement, leadership skills, and financial need. The student must have a…

Kranzberg Family Foundation awards $71,000 to 16 Jewish youth and young adult programs

The Kranzberg Family Foundation, a supporting foundation of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, has awarded $71,000 in grants to 16 Jewish programs for children, teens and young adults in St. Louis. The Foundation received requests totaling over $187,000 this cycle. Established through a generous commitment from Ken Kranzberg, the Foundation’s purpose is to provide…

Applications open soon for academic scholarships, loans

Jewish Federation of St. Louis distributes a number of academic scholarships and interest-free loans to St. Louis area students. These scholarships are open to residents of the greater St. Louis metropolitan area, with a preference given to Jewish applicants. The applications are open January 14 through April 8. Apply online here. THE LENTIN SCHOLARSHIP FUND Established by…

Applications open for Kranzberg Family Foundation Grants

The Kranzberg Family Foundation, a supporting foundation of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, is accepting applications for its 2021 funding cycle from St. Louis area 501(c)(3) organizations and congregations. This year celebrates the 14th funding cycle for the Foundation. Established through a generous commitment from Ken Kranzberg, the Foundation’s purpose is to provide funds…