For Grant Seekers

Voices 101

Below are the RFPs for the 2017-2018 Voices 101 Grant Making Cycle. This year, Voices 101 has divided into five committees based on five areas of interest: Health, Social Justice, Poverty, Jewish Education, and Holocaust Remembrance. Your non-profit may apply to more than one committee (including Voices ALUMNI, below) as long as the programs for which you apply 1) meet each committee's specific grant guidelines and 2) are not identical requests for identical programs. Please consider each committee's grant guidelines carefully to determine your non-profit's eligibility. Please note that only 25% of Voices dollars may be awarded to secular/non-Jewish organizations. Grant proposals are due on March 4, 2018 and final grant decisions will be made in May 2018. This year, the Voices: Chicago Jewish Teen Foundation (101) will have approximately $30,000, and will award grants between $5,000-$8,000.

Voices Alumni

Below are the RFPs for the 2017-2018 Voices ALUMNI Grant Making Cycle. This year, Voices ALUMNI has divided into five committees based on five areas of interest: Basic Needs in Chicago, Civic Engagement, Vocational Training, Special Needs, and After School Programming. Your non-profit may apply to more than one committee (including Voices 101, above) as long as the programs for which you apply 1) meet each committee's specific grant guidelines and 2) are not identical requests for identical programs. Please consider each committee's grant guidelines carefully to determine your non-profit's eligibility. Please note that only 25% of Voices dollars may be awarded to secular/non-Jewish organizations. Grant proposals are due on March 4, 2018 and final grant decisions will be made in May 2018. This year, the Voices: Chicago Jewish Teen ALUMNI Foundation aims to raise around $25,000 for grant-making, and will award grants between $5,000-$8,000.