Apply for a $500.00 NJOP Grant Today
The National Jewish Outreach Program (NJOP) recently announced availability of a grant program to help YOUR Men’s Club, Synagogue or Jewish Center develop a Hebrew Literacy program, Shabbat Beginners Service and High Holiday’s Beginner’s Service. Thanks to the generosity of Sylvia Freyer and the Freyer Family Foundation, NJOP will be awarding grants of up to $500 each on a first-come-first-served basis to serve as seed money to help you launch, promote and facilitate a High Holiday Beginners Service (HHBS). In order for an application to be considered, in addition to the High Holiday Beginners Service, the applicant must agree to offer an NJOP Hebrew Reading or Writing Course, participate in a conference call with representatives from other qualifying locations, make an effort to conduct a Shabbat Beginners Service and share the names and details of the High Holiday Beginners Service participants with NJOP.
For more information about NJOP Grant opportunities available to your Men’s Club, synagogue or Jewish Center visit https://njop.org/grant-opportunities/.