2 Young Adult Engagement Programs Receive New SF Federation Grants

The Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco, the Peninsula, Marin and Sonoma Counties (the Federation) has announced two new South Peninsula-based grants through its South Peninsula Regional Impact Grants Committee. These two grants are designed to connect young adults in the area to Jewish life. The Federation’s Impact Grants Initiative program provides donor-participants with a hands-on way to make a real difference in their community by making high impact grants that focus on pressing community needs.

The two grantees are:

Oshman Family JCC and Hillel at Stanford in Palo Alto:

ENGAJ: Engaging the Next Generation of Adult Jews is a new program that will provide meaningful Jewish experiences for young adults and help foster more robust Jewish social networks outside of established institutions. ($344,234. over three years)

Moishe House Palo Alto

This grant will support the growth and success of this center, founded in 2010. ($96,250. over three years)