Award Date Organization Name Grant Title/Description Grant Amount Location
11/2/2015 Jewish LearningWorks

Family Education and Engagement Initiative (2015-2017)
to support and expand Jewish LearningWorks' Family Education and Engagement Initiative

Up to $250,000 San Francisco, CA
9/1/2015 George Washington University

Development Long-Term Outcomes and Survey Measures (2015-2016)
to support the development of common long-term outcomes and survey measures of Jewish growth and learning across the portfolio of Jim Joseph Foundation grantees

Up to $223,000
Washington, DC
8/12/2015 The Jewish Federations of North America Inc.

2015 Memorial Day flood emergency funding for Houston, Texas

Up to $150,000 New York, NY
8/4/2015 Alpha Epsilon Pi Foundation, Inc.

Hineni Conference and Jewish Identity Enrichment Initiative (2015-2017)
support the Alpha Epsilon Pi (AEPi) annual Hineni Jewish Identity Enrichment Conference for chapter chairmen of Jewish Identity and other interested chapter representatives and to provide coordinated, ongoing integration of Jewish education in programming throughout the academic year

Up to $250,000 Indianapolis, IN
6/5/2015 American Friends of Livnot U’Lehibanot

Northern Exposure and Emerging Jewish Leaders Project
a one-time grant to support Livnot U’Lehibanot (Livnot) to expand the Northern Exposure, Birthright extension program, and to launch the Emerging Jewish Leaders Project, Israel experience for North American Young Adults

Up to $250,000 Boca Raton, FL
4/30/2015 Bridgespan Group

2015 Jim Joseph Foundation Board Retreat Consultation

Up to $51,595 Boston, MA

The Jim Joseph Foundation invests in promising Jewish education grant initiatives. We partner with effective organizations that seek to inspire young people to discover the joy of living vibrant Jewish lives.