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J-Serve and Repair the World Education Grants

Funder: 

J-Serve and Repair the World

Maximum Award: 

$1,000

J-Serve (The International Day of Jewish Youth Service) and Repair the World have teamed up to offer micro-grants for creative, volunteer-focused programs supporting education and child development.

The micro-grants will range from $500-$1000 and fund J-Serve projects across the country that help to solve the problem of education inequality. (Preference will be given to programs in New York, Detroit, Baltimore and San Francisco, but all are encouraged to apply.) Sample programs might include:

  • Starting a book drive and then creating flashcards based on key vocabulary for the books that were received, packing them together as a kit for local elementary school students
  • Gathering college alumni from your local BBYO chapter to give tours of their college campus to local youth. Follow up by hosting a college prep workshop for the community!
  • Rallying your friends and community to start a peer-to-peer mentoring program.
  • Working with a local preschool to create playground graphics on the blacktop to teach letters, numbers, colors, etc. to their students.

Applications will be accepted each month on the last day of the month.