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Spark Grants

Spark Grants provide funding and support for those with ideas to invest in Atlanta's Jewish teen ecosystem. We believe in building relationships to strengthen Atlanta's Jewish community through innovation and ground breaking ideas.

2019 Spark Grant Recipients:

Creating Connected Communities$39,000 to expand the successful Leadership Development Program.

In the City Camps$45,000 to expand Camp Mogul business camps for middle school students.

Jewish Kids Groups$36,850 to launch the Learner-Leader-Teacher Development Academy.

Marcus Jewish Community Center of Atlanta$70,000 to sponsor the VOX ATL-run Maccabi Star Reporter program and catalyze participation in the Atlanta-hosted 2019 Maccabi games into expanded year-round programming for teen athletes.

SOJOURN$25,000 to pilot the Tum Tum program, a safe space for Jewish LGBTQ+ identified teens and allies to share, learn, and connect.

Union for Reform Judaism$70,000 to launch the Teen Engagement Internship program, a year-round leadership and engagement model successfully piloted by the Northeast Teen Collective.

Read the full press release HERE ››

The Spark Grant application is closed at this time. Join our mailing list to hear when the next cycle opens.

About Spark Grants

Our goal with Spark Grants is to provide resources for big ideas with potential to impact our community. We don’t simply stop with funding. Recipients of Spark Grants are those with a plan for community involvement and advancement with whom we build relationships and work together to make the biggest impact possible on Jewish teens and those in their sphere.

As a Federation Innovation initiative, we have had the opportunity to work with many members of the Jewish community to help develop innovative programming through Spark Grants.

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Program index

Strong Women Fellowship
Sep. 8, 2019 - May. 3, 2020
Tum Tum Teen Group
May. 26 - Dec. 29, 2019
Young Women in STEM Mentoring Program
Sep. 1, 2019 - May. 1, 2020