Federation and Foundation proudly partner with the recipients of the 2018-2019 Community Impact Grants:

A Wider Bridge – Supporting engagement of East Bay LGBTQ Jewish communities with LGBTQ Israelis and Israel

BBYO – Supporting East Bay teen programs

Be’chol Lashon – Supporting East Bay educational programs, diversity training, and event partnerships that introduce community conversations about diversity, race, and identity in Jewish communities

Berkeley Oakland Midrasha – Supporting reduced program costs for participants and need-blind financial aid

Contra Costa Jewish Day School – Providing need-based financial aid

Chabad Student Center at UC Berkeley – Supporting Shabbat dinners, kosher dinner social events, weekly classes, and educational programs for college students

Chabad of Solano County – Supporting youth education

Congregation Beth Emek – Supporting a religious school program for deaf children

Hasidah – Promoting infertility awareness and spiritual counseling and consultation for East Bay residents and clergy

Hebrew Free Loan Association – Supporting increased East Bay loan activity and leadership building for East Bay volunteers

InterfaithFamily.com – Supporting the Jewish Clergy Officiation Referral Service, meet-ups for interfaith couples, training and professional development for Jewish community professionals on how to welcome and engage interfaith families, and online resources for interfaith families

Jewish Coalition for Literacy – Supporting a literacy tutoring program for at-risk children in the East Bay

Jewish Community Center of the East Bay – Supporting expansion planning and current programs

Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay – Supporting Jewish community programs, including holiday and Shabbat meal delivery programs, Holocaust survivor services, and the Senior Information Line.

Jewish Studio Project – Supporting the Creative Commentary Torah series

Keshet – Supporting East Bay programs that provide resources and tools to Jewish professionals to be leaders for inclusion within their own institutions

Moishe House – Supporting the Moishe Houses in Oakland and Berkeley

Oakland Hebrew Day School – Supporting the school’s flexible tuition program

The Reutlinger Community for Jewish Living – Supporting senior residents with limited or exhausted financial resources, Holocaust survivors, and the “Linking Generations and Building Community” program

Shalom Bayit – Supporting domestic violence services, both prevention and intervention, for the East Bay Jewish community

Studio 70 – Supporting continued implementation of Jewish Learning Innovation Corp., scholarships for East Bay families to attend Edah, and subsidies for East Bay educators to attend S70 trainings

UC Berkeley Hillel – Supporting Hillel programs

Urban Adamah – Supporting youth, family, and public programs

West Coast NCSY – Supporting Jewish Union Teen Clubs.

Wilderness Torah – Support moving its current model to year-round programming

2019-2020 Community Impact Granting Process

More information about the 2019-2020 Community Impact Granting Process will be available in the coming months. If you have specific questions, please contact Rabbi Andrew Kastner, Interim Executive Director, at 510.809.4934 or andrew@jfed.org.