Federation’s Making Jewish Places initiative is entering its third year with a new round of microgrants for North Fulton and East Cobb. Our goal has always been to strengthen connections to the larger Jewish community, stimulate innovation and collaboration, distribute Jewish services across many neighborhoods, and meet people where they are.
Application due April 29, 2021; awards announced May 28, 2021
Federation grantmaking investments in North Fulton and East Cobb have forged creative partnerships between nearly 30 organizations, all dedicated to enhancing Jewish life outside the Perimeter. It’s exciting to see organizations pool their talents and resources to make impactful Jewish things happen. To date, Federation has awarded 40 microgrants to
organizations and invested:
- $98,900 in microgrants
- $82,000 for larger–scale projects
For the next round of funding, we encourage anyone who has an idea to apply, whether you come from a large organization, small organization, or no organization at all. Applications are accepted and awarded on a rolling basis, up to $5,000. Questions: Reach out to Carla Birnbaum, Federation’s Community Impact Associate.