Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe – Grant programmes (Spring 2023)
Rothschild Foundation Hanadiv Europe (RFHE) are now accepting applications for the Spring 2023 grant round and invite you to take a look at some of their new funding opportunities.
The European Jewish Heritage grant programme is open to applications from a wide range of institutions and organisations across Europe that hold collections relating to Jewish heritage, history and culture.
RFHE have also broadened their funding for professional development opportunities in both the Jewish Communal Life and European Jewish Heritage programmes.
Each grant has detailed guidance to help you complete your application online.
If you’re planning on re-submitting an application for a project that was not approved previously, please get in touch with the grant programme manager before re-applying.
Please note: RFHE have introduced a two-stage application process for some of the grants and others require you to contact RFHE to discuss your proposal before applying. Please read the application guidance carefully to ensure you submit your application by the appropriate deadline. An invitation to submit a second stage application form does not guarantee funding.
European Jewish Heritage
This programme provides support to a range of institutions holding collections relating to the history of the Jewish people in Europe. Whether you’re a museum, archive, library, university, communal organisation or professional institution, funding is available to help you care for your collections and create engaging exhibitions. See below for Professional Development opportunities.
The first-stage must be submitted by Friday 17 February 2023.
If you are invited to submit a second-stage application this is due by Tuesday 18 April 2023.
Jewish Communal Life
This programme helps European Jewish communities engage more Jews with Jewish life, culture and learning.
Amitei Europa (Hebrew for European colleagues) provides funding for the professional development of key Jewish community professionals and volunteers, including community educators and camp leaders, to help increase their knowledge and skills.
If you are interested in submitting an application please contact Daniela Greiber in the first instance to discuss your proposal.
If invited to complete an application for the Spring 2023 grant round, the deadline for submission is Tuesday 18 April 2023.
Support is available for Europe-based professionals working with Jewish heritage at all levels within an institution.
Individuals can apply for funding to attend conferences, seminars and specialist training courses or take a professional language course which benefits their work.
Institutions can also apply for funding to help strengthen their organisation by seeking outside advice with an expert / consultant visit or undertaking a site visit to another European institution.
Institutions wishing to develop their own professional training programmes should contact RFHE to discuss their proposal.
These grants are open to applications on a rolling basis throughout the year. Please check RFHE’s website for submission / decision dates.