Applications can only be submitted online and before July 1st, 2023. The maximum grant request is 10,000 euros and should be made for projects starting on or after January 1st, 2024.*
(*Ukrainian organizations are exempt. See below.)
Follow the steps below to complete your application in English and only in Latin script (the filenames of the documents attached should also be in Latin script).
|1.||Find out if your organization can apply for a grant and if your request meets our criteria. Note: due to the war, additional rules apply. See below.|
|2.||Collect the required documents.|
|3.||Go to our Portal and log in or register.|
|4.||Check if the details in your profile are correct.|
|5.||Fill out the application form and upload the required documents.|
|6.||Go through the checklist at the end of the application form to ensure you filled out all details correctly and uploaded all required documents.|
|7.||Submit the application form.|
|8.||After submitting the application form, you will receive a confirmation e-mail with a link to your form in .pdf format (check your junk/spam e-mail folder if you do not receive it immediately).|
The Board of the Dutch Jewish Humanitarian Fund will assess the applications. In December, you will receive information on whether your grant application has been honored.
War in Ukraine
Due to the war in Ukraine, the following additional rules apply:
For Ukrainian organizations:
Ukrainian organizations can request funding for humanitarian aid and also for regular projects.
Requests for humanitarian aid can be sent to us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. It should be noted that we only provide humanitarian aid support to organizations that we have supported in the past and who provide a solid request.
Grant applications for regular projects
Until further notice, Ukrainian organizations do not have to adhere to our deadline of July 1st. They can file requests for funding of one regular project throughout the year (July 2022-July 2023) via our application form in the portal.
For Russian organizations:
Russian organizations can apply for a regular grant. Still, they must be aware that there is a possibility that payments cannot be transferred by the JHF due to the international sanctions against Russia.
For Belarusian organizations:
Belarusian organizations can apply for a regular grant but must be aware that transferring amounts to Belarus is challenging. Be aware that you might not be able to receive our grant.