ATLANTIC JEWISH FOUNDATION established in 1996
BUILDING OUT JEWISH FUTURE
ONE PERSONAL SPIRITUAL CONNECTION AT A TIME
ONE CAMPER AT A TIME
ONEISRAEL EXPERIENCE AT A TIME
The Atlantic Jewish Foundation is dedicated to creating permanent residence to perpetually fund the challenges and needs of the Atlantic Jewish communities. Providing scholarships (see below for information) for young people and others in our community broadens their Jewish education and experiences.
Raising funds for chaplaincy services will become a major initiative as there is only funding remaining for this service for 2 more years. Holocaust education and immigration initiatives are two of the many focused of the AJC which require stable funding as well.
As some Atlantic communities shrink and demographics and desires change the AJF is the answer to dealing with issues as they arise.
You don’t have to be wealthy to help.
With every modest initial gift, you can create a permanent legacy.
The Atlantic Jewish Foundation supports:
- Camp Kadimah Scholarships
- Israel Experience Scholarships of Canadian youth and young adults
- PJ Library Program
Atlantic Jewish Foundation Scholarships:
The Atlantic Jewish Foundation, established in 1996 provides an opportunity for our generous supporters to leave legacy gifts both directed and undirected. The following scholarships are available for Atlantic Canadian students:
Priority will be given to first time applicants.
1.) All applications must be submitted by April 30, 2016
2.) Scholarships will be awarded on merit and on the availability of funds.
3.) Submitting an application does not mean automatic receipt of scholarship.
4.) Noa and Sarah Heinish Foundation Trust – One scholarship per year for study in Israel.
5.) Miasnik – $2000 each. Maximum 5 scholarships per year.
6.) Jayson Greenblatt Bursary – $500. Maximum 2 scholarships per year.
7.) Priority will be given to first time applicants.