Jim Joseph Foundation


: Religion


The Foundation is committed to the continued flourishing of the Jewish people and the culture, wisdom, and practices of Jewish life and learning. The Foundation works to help all Jews, their family and friends, lead connected, meaningful, purpose-filled lives and to make positive contributions to their communities and the world. The Foundation has three strategic priorities that guide its grantmaking: Powerful Jewish Learning Experiences, Exceptional Jewish Leaders and Educators, and Research and Development for the Future of Jewish Learning. The Foundation funds initiatives for youth, teens, college students, young adults, and families with young children in the United States. It also supports initiatives of organizations that send U.S. youth for Jewish education experiences to Israel and other settings of Jewish significance. The Foundation does not fund directly in Israel or any place outside of the United States unless the organization has a 501(c)3 status and its program directly benefits U.S. Jewish youth or educators. Visit the Web site for additional information and application instructions.

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