The Weinberg Foundation accepts Letters of Inquiry (LOI) throughout the year. Before submitting an LOI, you should discuss you proposed project with the appropriate member of the Foundation’s program team. The LOI should provide the name of the program team member with whom you have discussed this project.
While the Foundation is pleased to provide a Hebrew section on its website, all LOI and grant applications must be in English. Thank you for your understanding.
Effective immediately, the Foundation is implementing an online application process for all capital, program, and operating grant requests. To find out if you are eligible to apply, click the appropriate link below, and follow the instructions provided. You can save and return to your LOI application at any time.
Within 30 days*
Grant applicant will receive confirmation from the online portal that they submitted their completed LOI.
Within 60 days*
Grant applicant will either be invited to submit a full grant proposal or will receive notification that the LOI was declined.
The full grant proposal should include a project description and narrative, project and organizational budget, audited financial statements and 990s for the past two fiscal years, annual report, board list, and resumes of key staff. Capital grant requests should also include value engineered plans or a signed building contract, a list of all pledged and pending funding for the capital project, and a capital data sheet.
Once your LOI has been submitted, reviewed, and approved, you will receive a link to the full grant application.
The program staff for each area of giving typically communicates with the grant applicant regarding specific questions. He/she will also secure external opinions about the grant proposal before review by the Foundation’s Program Committee, including the trustees who make the final funding decisions. The program staff will make every effort to keep the applicant informed about the review process.
Organizations that receive grant approvals from the Foundation will receive a letter of congratulations which also begins the contract phase of the process. If the award is an operating or program grant without any challenge component, a check will be issued for the first payment approximately one month after the signed contract is received, unless there are other specific requirements. The grantee returns a receipt of payment to the Foundation.
After 1 year
The grantee will submit an annual evaluation report and will continue to respond to the specific requirements of the signed grant agreement.
*Typical time frame, actual grant process may vary
Organizations whose requests are not funded will be notified in writing through the mail. The Foundation does not include its rationale in this letter, but you may call your assigned program team member for additional information.