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.

Community Impact

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.

See our past Spark Grantees ›

2020 Grants

2020 Spark Grant Applications are open now! Learn more about the types available this grant cycle.

Spark R&D Grants:

These new grants provide up to $25,000 to an organization or professional to research and develop new models of teen engagement and education. 

Teen Thriving Grants:

A two-year initiative aimed at making an investment up to $5,750 in the well-being and development of our Jewish teens.

Navigating Parenthood Grants:

A two-year grant up to $2,000 to grow impact by providing funds for communities to bring speakers, workshops and support for parents in their home communities.

Learn more about the 2020 Spark Grants ›


What an amazing retreat! Thank you JumpSpark for supporting me to enrich my heart and soul in Jewish texts. I had already used my professional leadership budget so this was a godsend. The professional track was well organized, relevant and helpful and it was nice to have a cohort. I know it would not have been as successful without JumpSpark’s support.

Heather Blake

Director of Engagement, Congregation Etz Chaim

You guys did a tremendous job with the curriculum, communication, and accommodation for the kids. Thanks!

Avi Stadler

Parent of a Strong Women fellow


Spark Grants must:

  1. Serve either Jewish teens, Jewish professionals who work with teens, the families of Jewish teens, or all three.
  2. Support, develop or foster the infrastructure of the Atlanta Jewish teen community.
  3. Seek to create new points of entry for Jewish teens, parents and professionals to thrive in the Atlanta Jewish community.
  4. Meet an identified need or want in the community and have a supportive community.
  5. Create spaces that are pluralistic and radically welcoming.
  6. Provide high-level Jewish learning and community building opportunities.
  7. Foster collaboration with multiple partners with one clear project owner.

The next Spark Grant cycle opens Feb. 1, 2020!

Check back then or join our mailing list for updates.

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