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Jewish American Defense Coalition invites applications from Jewish Day Schools, Hillel’s, Temples, Synagogue, Jewish Community Centers, and Federations.

All applicants must have a current 501(c)(3) determination letter or otherwise valid tax-exempt status under the Internal Revenue Act.

Partnerships – the state or condition of being a partner; participation; association; joint interest. At the JADC we are seeking partners.

A. Email Introduction – Password Request

The potential grantee/partner will need to email – please include:

  • Name of Organization
  • Organization Employer Identification Number (EIN)
  • Name of Authorized Agent
  • Direct Phone Number
  • Email Address

B. Invitation of Intake Form

Please complete the intake form in order for the Jewish American Defense Coalition to learn more about the organization. The individual completing the form should be an authorized agent of the organization.

C. Professional Security Assessment

Potential grantee will arrange for a security assessment (if help is needed JADC is able to assist). Once the assessment has been completed, it will be forwarded to the JADC through a secure upload along with the following documentation:

  • Detailed Budget – the current year and the upcoming year’s budget, if available.
  • Organizations Board of Directors, Finance & Security Committee – include names, titles
  • History, mission and vision of the organization.

D. Assessment Reviewal

The CEO/Co-Founder and the Advisory Committee made up of Security Professionals will review the assessment as well as the necessary documentation.

E. Grant Agreement

Upon approval, the grantee will receive a grant agreement with “Grant Terms, Conditions and Understandings”. This outlines the funding and reporting schedule as well as other pertinent details and requirements.

F. Ongoing JADC/Grantee Partnership

The Jewish American Defense Coalition is a private, non-operating Foundation, while building trusting partnerships with grantees is integral to the future of the Jewish organizations. From the onset of the grantmaking process, partners work closely with Foundation professionals to maximize the likelihood that a grant will achieve the desired outcomes.

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