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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…

Staenberg Family Foundation Awards over $58,000 in Anything Grants

Eighteen local Jewish organizations have been granted over $58,000 in this year’s round of Anything Grants funding. This year, 37 applications were received, representing nearly $153,000 in funding requests. Most recipients will use the funds to address the impact of the pandemic on the organization and its constituents. Among the projects being funded include upgrades to technology…

Help Friends in Need

During this time of need, the world keeps going on. Sadly, many people in our community continue to be affected by illness and need our help. Please see the list below of some of the places you can donate blood or check for transplant information if you hear a friend is in need.   DONATE…

Seeking nominees for 2020 Goldstein & Grosberg Awards

Jewish Federation of St. Louis is seeking nominations for two annual awards – one honoring professionals working for a Jewish community organization and the other honoring volunteer leaders in the Jewish community who are age 45 or younger. 2020 Fred A. Goldstein Professional Excellence Award This award recognizes outstanding professional leadership. Nominees must be employed…

Congress Votes to Replenish PPP fund

From JewishTogether.org Last evening, the House of Representatives approved the newest coronavirus aid package. The bill previously passed the Senate on Tuesday. President Trump is expected to sign the bill later today. The bill includes a $250 billion infusion to the recently established Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans, plus an added $60 billion for PPP…