|Donor:||Anne & Henry Zarrow Foundation|
|Application procedure:||Full Proposal|
|Donor base:||United States|
|Eligible applicants:||Non-Profit Organisation|
|Grant size:||Medium - up to $1,000,000|
|Minimum grant size:||-|
|Total available budget:||-|
|Maximum grant size:||-|
- Children & Youth
- Food Security
- Social Inclusion
- Women & Gender
The mission of the Anne & Henry Zarrow Foundation is to lift neighbours out of poverty by supporting housing and shelter resources, social services and basic human needs, mental health and indigent healthcare initiatives, and programs that empower and inspire community members to improve their lives. To that end, their priority funding areas are: (1) alleviating and preventing homelessness; (2) improving access to health and mental health; (3) supporting social services; (4) reducing hunger and supporting basic needs.
For Israel grants, the Anne & Henry Zarrow Foundation will consider requests serving the needs of the following communities: (1) Children, youth, and adults with mental and/or physical challenges; (2) Homeless children, youth, and adults; (3) Physically & mentally abused Women/Girls. Please note that the Foundation does not consider funding requests for programs serving “at-risk youth” or towards programs in youth villages or boarding schools.
Eligible applicants are non-profit organisations.
Actions must take place in Israel. Priority is given to projects and programs serving the specified communities in the peripheral regions of Israel, i.e. the Galilee (north of Haifa-Tiberias) and the Negev (south of Be’er Sheva-Ashdod.)
The Foundation will consider funding requests for program activities or equipment purchase, as well as renovation and refurbishment needs. The Foundation will not consider grant requests for operating budgets. The Foundation will only consider projects and programs that have secured matching funds from governmental and/or other philanthropic sources. They will only consider funding up to 50% of the total project or program budget.
A letter of inquiry (2 pages + attachments) should be sent (in English) via email to the Zarrow Foundations’ representative in Israel, Natan Golan. The letter should include background information on your organization, brief details of the project/program, the projected impact and outcome of the project or program, a budget summary, lists of board members and senior staff at the organisation, and details of a contact person for the request. Although the Foundation board meets several times during the year, there can be no assurances that the formal funding request is reviewed for final approval on any particular date.