Board of Governors Meeting Evaluation - December 8, 2014

Thank you for joining us at the December 8th meeting of the Board of Governors. Your feedback will help design future Board of Governors meetings.  Questions?  Please contact our Leadership Development department at 415.512.6260 or leadership@sfjcf.org.

Academic Consortium Grants Application

The Academic Consortium of the Jewish Community Federation and Endowment Fund supports Jewish Studies programs in meeting the special research needs of their graduate students. 

Grants of up to $3,000 will be offered to support research opportunities, including but not limited to summer travel, language study and conference participation, with preference towards support of Ph.D. students with expressed financial need. 

RSVP: Board of Governors Meeting December 8, 2014

We invite you to join us for the Board of Governors Meeting on Monday, December 8, 2014 from 12:00 PM- 2:00 PM. 
The meeting will be held in the Koret Board Room on the second floor of the JCF Building. 

Questions? Please contact our Leadership Development department at 415.512.6260 or lizam@sfjcf.org.  

Judith Chapman Memorial Women's Leadership Award 2015 Nomination Form

The Judith Chapman Memorial Women's Leadership Award honors outstanding Jewish female volunteers and leaders who serve as role models in our community.

Recipients of this high honor:

Haas/Koshland Memorial Award Application

Apply for up to $20,000 to support a year of personal growth in Israel

Diller Award for Excellence Nominee Application

Nominee Instructions:

Nominees must work within the Bay Area.

To ensure your work is not lost due to unforeseen circumstances, please prepare and save a copy of your nomination in a word processing program. To do this:

Grantee Profile: Moishe House

What do you get when you take a half dozen Jewish twenty-somethings, put them in a house together, subsidize a substantial portion of their rent, and have them throw seven community-wide events every month? No, it’s not a reality show. It’s Moishe House, which for eight years has been providing meaningful Jewish experiences for Jewish young adults around the world: literally from the Bay Area to Beijing.

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August 28, 2014

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