Grants Awarded 2011

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FUNDING 2011: $135,100

ISRAEL

ETHIOPIAN NATIONAL PROJECT – $14,000
Empowerment Program for Teenage Girls At Risk
Workshops covering topics such as self identity, relationships, personal responsibility and social pressure

THE AMERICAN COMMITTEE FOR SHENKAR COLLEGE IN ISRAEL, INC. – $18,000
Empowerment Program for At Risk Women for College Completion
First and second year women students, a tutoring, mentoring program

AMERICAN JEWISH JOINT DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE, JDC – $20,000
Women’s Health Empowerment Project
Psycho-social support, informational and educational interventions, support networks and public policy advocates

ELI – THE ISRAEL ASSOCIATION FOR CHILD PROTECTION – $15,000*
Parental Supervision and Empowerment Program for Abusive and Neglectful Single Mothers
Abused mothers acquire the skills they need to properly care for their children
*First year out of a 2-year grant

SAPIR ACADEMIC COLLEGE – $20,000
Girls for Girls
Guidance and mentors for girls who have experienced both abuse both physically and sexually and are on the brink of dropping out of school

ISRAEL HELP AND EDUCATION CENTER – $15,000
Empowering Jewish Girls at Risk
The right programs to empower young girls and to provide them with academic programs to enable them to create a better future for themselves

IN OUR COMMUNITY

ADOLPH AND ROSE LEVIS JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER – $9,600
The SAVVY program provides Jewish teenage girls and young adults with special needs a workshop to learn self defense, social and emotional skills they need to take charge

JARC – $10,000
Employment Program for Women with Disabilities
Women learn valuable skills that allow for real safety net services

HILLEL OF BROWARD AND PALM BEACH COUNTIES – $13,500
Jewish Women’s Institute for Learning and Leadership
A group of women have the opportunity to explore identities, discuss gender issues and assume leadership roles in their community

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Melissa Engelberg, Director, Grants & Program
561.852.3188 | MelissaE@bocafed.org