Information about upcoming grant cycles will be available in early 2024. To be notified about open funding opportunities, please sign up here.
Grants will support organizations and programs that are reflective of Greater Denver’s Jewish communities and offer meaningful and relevant opportunities to engage in Jewish life, while welcoming diverse individuals, families and practices.
Timeline: Applications must be received through the online grants portal by February 29, 2024 at 5 p.m.
Request for Proposals and Application Questions (provided for reference only, please submit your application using the link below).
Colorado organizations serving newcomers from the Southern U.S. border are encouraged to apply for this open funding opportunity. At this time, the Newcomers Fund steering committee is prioritizing grants to organizations that are helping migrants find temporary shelter and permanent housing or addressing other basic needs like food and health/mental health care, as well as those assisting with applications for temporary protected status and work permits. We are interested in supporting nonprofits working at a larger scale – those serving 20 or more people.
Interested nonprofits, please login or create an account to access the brief eligibility quiz.
For questions about funding opportunities, please contact:
Jacob Rosenblum | Jewish Life
Ray Barrie-Kivel | Policy and Advocacy