Grant Process

Jubitz Family Foundation Grant Guidelines

We believe in the agency of grantee partners and aspire to provide general support grants allowing them to determine their organizational priorities.

Due to our rigorous due diligence to select grantees that align with our values, mission, and goals, grant proposals are invitation-only. If your organization is new to the Jubitz Family Foundation grant process, to be considered, you must first submit a Letter of Inquiry (LOI).

Please ensure your organization and program meets the following criteria:

  • The organization is a U.S. based nonprofit as defined by IRS Section 501(c)3 and can provide documentation accordingly.
  • The organization’s mission is compatible with the Jubitz Family Foundation’s programs.
  • The organization is not requesting funding for:
    • Sports, medicine, or health programs
    • Building or renovation projects
    • Annual or capital campaigns
    • Political lobbying
    • Religious or sectarian purposes
    • Programs outside of the United States
  • The organization’s business practices at all levels do not discriminate on the basis of age, color, creed, gender, gender identity, immigration status, mental or physical ability, national origin, race, religion, sex or sexual preference.

Key Dates

Spring Grant Cycle

Opens: January

Proposals Due (Invitation Only): March 15

Funding Decision: Approximately June 30 

Fall Grant Cycle

Opens: July

Proposals Due (Invitation Only): September 15

Funding Decision: Approximately December 15

GRANT RANGE:  $5000 – $25,000, one-year term

Send a Letter of Inquiry

Organizations working within our areas of focus may submit an LOI through this form to be considered for an invitation to apply for a grant. (Note – current and former grantees need not submit this form but may proceed to the Online Grant Portal below.)