American Jewish World Service

American Jewish World Service (AJWS) is dedicated to alleviating hunger, poverty, and disease in the developing world, regardless of their religion , race, or nationality. AJWS supports projects on:

  • Slum and Urban Development.
  • Sustainable Agriculture, Biodiversity, and Food Security;
  • Economic Opportunities; and
  • Land and Resource Rights;

Eligibility Requirements
AJWS makes grants to grassroots NGOs and community-based organizations, although it is highly specific about where it will make grants by country, and by regions within countries. Grant seekers should confirm that they are eligible to apply from the geographical criterion.

Funding Deadline
Year-round

Geographic Focus
It supports projects in the ff. countries:

  • Asia: Afghanistan, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand;
  • Africa: Chad, Dem Rep of Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Liberia, Namibia, Nigeria, Senegal, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe
  • Latin America and Caribbean: Bolivia, Colombia, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru

Range
Most grants range from US$3 thousand to US$30 thousand per year, but a few grants are larger.

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  1. Susan Fortner says:

    Hi. I am looking for grants to help with both operating expenses and a capital campaign. Har Shalom is a small Jewish temple in Missoula Montana. We serve Jewish families in Missoula and about a 100 mile radius radius from Missoula. Would you have any suggestions as to what entities might be willing to fund these kinds of grants? Thank you,Sue Fortner (406)549-9595

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