Check out the Foundation’s latest Israel grants

Grants span our HousingHealthJobs, and Community Services focus areas and serve a range of people, including older adults, women at risk and their children, and people with disabilities.

Some examples include care for older adults with Alzheimer’s and related dementias, as well as Holocaust survivors; job opportunities in the high-tech industry; and mental health, housing, job-training, and educational services for LGBTQ individuals.

Learn more about the Foundation’s most recent Israel grants by exploring this interactive grant search tool and digital map.

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