From the traditional Federation allocation process to creation of microgrants that seed innovative programs across multiple initiatives, we offer numerous grants that vary in size, geographic location, even time of the year. Our focus is on ensuring funds are there where and when the community needs them. Grantmaking is a grassroots way Federation helps new ideas take flight. We make grants of all sizes so that organizations and individuals can try new things, collaborate, and innovate.
Find Support For Your Big Idea
Now more than ever, we all need a way to connect. To feel we belong, to explore, and to grow. Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta is here to bring new possibilities to life and awaken the potential in Atlanta’s Jewish community through the Gather Grant initiative. Learn more about Gather Grants here.
Federation Innovation grants can help your ideas take flight with grants for small, medium, and BIG ideas.
Bloom Microgrants are intended to help you kickstart your idea, deepen your learning and understanding of your ecosystem, and benefit from all the tools and resources Federation Innovation has to offer. Grants range from $500-$2,000. Applications accepted on a rolling basis.
PJ Library Microgrants
PJ Library Atlanta knows that the way you celebrate Jewish holidays is special and unique to your family. That’s why we’re excited to offer families $100 grants to create a Jewish holiday experience as unique as they are. These ‘microgrants’ can be used to celebrate any upcoming Jewish holiday such as Hanukkah, Tu B’Shevat, or even Shabbat or havdalah.
Atlanta Jewish Community Professional High School Tuition Grant
Atlanta professionals working at eligible Jewish non-profits may receive up to 50% tuition for their children at a SACS- or SAIS-accredited Jewish high school — Atlanta Jewish Academy, The Weber School, and Temima, The Richard & Jean Katz High School for Girls.
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Atlanta Israel Gap Year Fellowship
Earn up to $15,000 toward a gap year program in Israel!
- Experience personal growth and independence
- Deepen connection to Israel and Judaism
- Gain a clearer vision for your future
- Earn college credits
- Boost your resume
- Expand your worldview
- Make lifelong friends and valuable connections
- Excel in your future college experience
- Take a break from traditional academics
All while you explore the desert, work at an Israel-based NGO, visit high-tech startups, engage in meaningful social action, learn, and connect with thousands of years of Jewish life in Israel!