As of July 20, the Jewish Community Response and Impact Fund has made approximately $10 million in grants. The grants are a mixture of “emergency” and “innovation” grants – trying to address both the immense needs and the real opportunities of the moment.
In addition, JCRIF has made approximately $20 million in no-interest loans, with another $20 million currently under consideration.
The loans will be announced in more detail in the future.
The grant recipients (but not the size of each grant) and their projects are listed here. Recipients are 70 Faces Media, Center for Rabbinic Innovation, Darim Online, Foundation for Jewish Camp, the Hadar Institute, Hillel International, Institute for Jewish Spirituality, JCC Association of North America, the Jewish Education Project, Jewish Emergent Network, Jews of Color Field-Building Initiative, Jewish Service Alliance (powered by Repair the World), M2: The Institute for Experiential Jewish Education, Moishe House, Pearlstone Center, Prizmah, the Tikvah Fund, Upstart, Yeshivat Chovevei Torah, and Yeshivat Maharat.
JCRIF also has created a Gap Year in Israel Stimulus Fund and stimulus funding for local Jewish journalism.
JCRIF’s funders include the Aviv Foundation, the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation, the Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation, the Jim Joseph Foundation, Maimonides Fund, the Paul E. Singer Foundation, and the Wilf Family Foundation.