The Jewish Federation of Broward County seeks to partner with agencies in our community and around the world to provide the highest quality, most impactful programming possible with the goal of addressing the most pressing needs, planning for the brightest future, and strengthening our Jewish community.

We accept proposals for funding in response to Requests For Proposals. Requests For Proposals are issued, and proposals accepted, according to the provided schedule.


The Jewish Federation of Broward County accepts proposals for funding only in response to Requests for Proposals.

This year’s Request for Proposals (RFP) will be issued October 30, 2023. (We only have one granting cycle each year.) Proposals will be due by end of day January 26, 2024. Proposals must be submitted on our provided template, and with all requested accompanying documents. Incomplete proposals, proposals in other formats, and unsolicited proposals will not be accepted.

At this time, the Jewish Federation of Broward County is not accepting unsolicited grant applications. Agencies that are being invited to submit full proposals will be contacted. Agencies that have not been previously funded may not submit a proposal without a written invitation.

Our Federation appreciates your efforts on behalf of our local Jewish community and Jewish communities in Israel and overseas.

For questions about Israel and Overseas Grants, please contact Erin Cohen at

For programs regarding Jewish Identity, Education and Engagement, please contact Rabbi Arnie Samlan

For questions about Vulnerable Populations programs, please contact Erin Cohen

For questions about programs for Health and Disabilities in Broward County, or for general questions, please contact Barbara Levin

Questions regarding submission of LOIs or proposals should be directed to

Barbara Levin

Barbara Levin Vice President - Community Impact

(954) 252-6970 |

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