WHO IS ELIGIBLE FOR THESE MICRO GRANTS? WHAT IS THE MAXIMUM AMOUNT A PERSON CAN RECEIVE IN ONE MICRO GRANT?
These micro grants are reserved for young people living in Europe who have a creative project they feel will contribute to Jewish life in Europe.
Applicants may receive up to $1000 per project for up to three separate projects in 2018. Applicants receiving up to $5000 for one project will not be eligible to receive a micro grant for additional projects in 2018.
Applicants will not be eligible to receive both Junction and ROI/Schusterman micro grants in the same application cycle.
Applicants from the follow countries are eligible to apply:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
United Kingdom (UK)
WHAT WILL JUNCTION MICRO GRANTS NOT COVER?
- Services that you are rendering to yourself, your organization or others (for example, grants cannot be paid for your time spent preparing for a presentation, employee salaries.)
- Technology-related costs
- The purchase of hardware or other equipment
- Participant travel costs
WHEN SHOULD YOU EXPECT A RESPONSE?
Applications will be reviewed monthly and will receive a decision within one month of applying.
WHAT DOES THE PAYMENT PROCESS LOOK LIKE?
Junction micro grants are paid to the host when an event concludes and will be based on actual expenses incurred and receipts, contracts and invoices submitted. Once the final report is submitted with supporting documents, a reimbursement request will be processed. All payments will be made via PayPal. If you do not have a PayPal account creating one is simple.
HOW ARE THESE MICRO GRANTS FUNDED?
These grants are funded and made possible through a partnership of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation and Yesod.
ANY OTHER QUESTIONS?
Email Junction@JDC.org with any additional questions.