The Planning & Allocations process has always served as a cornerstone of the Jewish Federation and enables the Federation to support and promote the Jewish community’s initiatives, direction, and strategic plan.
1. Have 501(c)3 non-profit organization status
2. Further Jewish life and/or culture through their mission
3. Be designated as a Jewish agency by the JFSA Board
4. Have a Board of Directors comprised primarily of local area residents
*Fully completed applications must be submitted by February 15, 2023
Twice a year we ask all agencies that receive funding, to submit a check-in form. This helps Federation and agencies track progress, engagement, and is a good indicator for overall success. Federation runs on a fiscal year starting in July and ending in June.
The January form will be an assessment of the first six months (July 1 - December 31) and will be due on January 31st.
The July form will be a comprehensive assessment of the year (July 1 - June 30) and will be due on July 31st.