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2012 -2013 Total Allocations $1,075,009

Local Agencies
 
JCC Marblehead $140,200
JCC Peabody $60,000
JF&CS $112,910
Cohen Hillel Academy $138,800
Holocaust Center, Boston North $23,000
Jewish Historical Society $4,000
Jewish Journal $45,000
Lappin Foundation Programs $25,000
Y2I $100,000

The World
 
JFNA Fair Share $53,343
IFNA Israel/Overseas $125,000

Community Programming
 
Torah Hub $10,000
Community Innovation Grants $54,540
Directed Donations $150,000
Emergency Fund $7,500
Ikkarim $14,666
Torah Hub for Teens $8,000
J-Serve $3,050

Click here for 2011 -2012 Allocations


JFNS Programming

North Shore Israel Fund Programs
The North Shore Israel Fund (NSIF) was created by Jewish Federation of the North Shore to support programs that educate the Jewish and broader community about Israel - its culture, people, history, language or politics.  NSIF accepts directed gifts but is mainly funded by JFNS. Programs must be open to the public and be free or have a nominal charge.

During the 2012-13 year, the North Shore Israel Fund will be providing funding for Israel Celebrates 65. To download grant information for Israel at 65 programs, click here.

Community Innovation Grants 
JFNS awards grants to community organizations, reflecting four Strategic Priorities:
• Engaging the Next Generation in Jewish Life
• Inspiring Adult Jewish Education
• Caring for the Most Vulnerable
• Jewish Culture Connections

2012-13 Community Innovation Grants

To Apply

Sustaining Grants
In 2012, JFNS began funding Sustaining Grants dedicated to continuing successful programs that were originally funded through Community Innovation Grants. 

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Jewish Federation of the North Shore
39 Norman Street, Suite 302
Salem, MA 01970
Tel. 978-224-4900
FAX 978-744-0765

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