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Eli Rose Fund

This fund promotes intergenerational learning and education. Such projects should have elements that bring people together around a shared commitment to inclusiveness, justice, equity, and equal opportunity in our society. The goals of these projects should promote a culture of belonging and justice. These funds can be used to bring a speaker or educator to discuss topics important to the values of CBH. This fund will prioritize projects that engage people in community organizing, advocacy, educational training, cultural enrichment, activism, Torah, middot (jewish values). Topics to consider, but not limited to, are racial equity, immigration, climate response, democracy building, and civil, human rights, culture, arts and lifestyle engagement.

Applications will be considered quarterly.  The submission deadlines are January 2nd,  March 1st, June 1st and September 1st. Other date submissions may be considered on a case-by-case basis, please reach-out to Hailey if applying between deadlines. Please plan on a minimum of two-four weeks for a response from the committee and kindly contact Hailey Monette at execdirector@cbhatlanta.org with any questions.

Apply for the Eli Rose Fund Here

Vita Leo Brown Fund

The Vita Leo Brown Creativity and Arts Fund was created in remembrance of Congregation Bet
Haverim member Vita Leo Brown, whose life embraced all of the arts. The fund assists in
providing financial support to congregants pursuing creative endeavors or projects that
enhance and enrich the vibrant creative CBH community as well as personal artistic growth.
 
Applications will be considered on a rolling basis. Please plan on a minimum of four weeks for a response from the committee and kindly contact Hailey Monette at execdirector@cbhatlanta.org with any questions.  

Apply for the Vita Leo Brown Fund Here

Rabbi Josh Social Justice Fund

Created in honor of our Emeritus Rabbi, this fund celebrates Rabbi Joshua Lesser’s twenty-two years of distinguished leadership and dedicated service to CBH. 

The Rabbi Joshua Lesser Social Justice Fund funds projects that promote social change. Such projects should have elements that bring people together around a shared commitment to inclusiveness, justice, equity, and equal opportunity in our society. The goals of these projects should promote a culture of belonging and justice. Building upon Rabbi Joshua Lesser’s legacy, this fund will prioritize projects that engage people in community organizing, advocacy, educational training, and activism. Causes to consider, but not limited to, are racial equity, immigration, climate response, democracy building, and civil and human rights. 

Applications will be considered 2 times per year.  The submission deadlines are March 1st and August 1st.  Other date submissions may be considered on a case-by-case basis, please reach-out to Hailey if applying between deadlines.  Please plan on a minimum of two-four weeks for a response from the committee and kindly contact Hailey Monette at execdirector@cbhatlanta.org with any questions.  

Apply for the Rabbi Josh Social Justice Fund Here

Sun, June 16 2024 10 Sivan 5784