Areas of Interest

Jewish Women’s Foundation grants range from $500 - $2,000 for the 2024 grant cycle, as the majority of this year's funding is already being donated to the Jewish Federation of North America's Israel Emergency Campaign. Additional areas of interest for remaining funding include:


  • Food Access
  • Health care
  • Housing
  • Education
  • Job Training
  • Nonprofit Sustainability

Two-Step Application Process

2024 Letter of Intent and Grant Application Process is Now Open 

This year, we will only be accepting letters of intent from nonprofit organizations in the tri-county area, which includes Camden, Burlington, and Gloucester counties in New Jersey, given our focus on the Jewish Federation of North America's Israel Emergency Campaign. 

Please note the following deadlines:

  • Letter of intent completion and submission: Friday, February 9 by 4pm EST 
  • Full application, if you receive an invitation to submit, completion and submission: Friday, April 19 by 4pm EST 

Contact Sarah Rowland at or 856.673.2543 with any questions.


Step 1: Letter of Intent Submission


  • Complete the letter of intent no later than Friday, February 9 by 4pm EST

    • ​Find Word version here

    • Find PDF version here 


Step 2: Full Grant Application


  • An invitation to submit a full grant application will be sent to prospective grantees. Invited candidates will need to review the grant application instructions before completing the grant application form. Instructions and form coming soon.

    The grant application is due no later than Friday, April 19 by 4pm EST.

Grant Reimbursement Requests

If you have been approved for a JWF grant, click here to submit your Grant Reimbursement Request.

Ready to Apply?

Please submit your completed Letter of Intent and, if your Letter of Intent is ultimately accepted, your full grant application to Sarah Rowland at


For more information about applying for a JWF grant, contact Sarah Rowland, Director of Administration, at or 856.673.2543.