PITTSFIELD – The Jewish Women’s Foundation of Berkshire County, an associate of the Jewish Federation of the Berkshires, is soliciting grant proposals for projects or programs aimed at “fulfilling unmet needs in the Berkshire community.”
Both Jewish and non-Jewish organizations are encouraged to apply for grants up to $3,500.
All proposals must be submitted by Aug. 4 via an online grant application, a link to which can be found at www.jewishberkshires.org. No paper applications will be accepted. Final decisions will be announced in late September or early October.
Questions should be directed to Phyllis Cohen, Grant Committee chair, at email@example.com. In 2015, recipients were: Berkshire Children and Families Kids 4 Harmony, Community Health Programs, Inc., Congregation Beth Israel Take and Eat, Construct, Inc., Growing Healthy Garden Program, Literacy Network of South Berkshire, and Railroad Street Health Programs.