Four Programs Receive $100,000 in Innovation Grants

Four Programs Receive $100,000 in Innovation Grants

Federation ignites innovation through grants to leaders and organizations shaping Jewish life.

Four innovative programs received the latest Propel Innovation Grants from the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta. The nonprofit announced $100,000 in grants to organizations and entrepreneurs serving the community and meeting its “evolving needs.” The grant recipients include:

• A film highlighting and documenting the history of the Atlanta Jewish community during COVID-19;

• Trybal Gatherings, an overnight camp for millennials;

• Be’chol Lashon, which will offer diversity training and facilitate conversations about race and identity in a Jewish context; and

• The Jewish Fertility Foundation to support a growing number of single moms by choice and an increase in multi-faith couples using JFF’s emotional support services and receiving JFF fertility grants.

Since last year, Federation Innovation has awarded $500,00 in similar grants, intended to ignite innovation in the Jewish community.

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