Kulanu is Honored by Grants from Teen Foundations, Family Foundations, and “Good People”

Last fall, Kulanu formed a fundraising committee. Since then, we are thrilled to report that we have been awarded the following grants. We send our most sincere thanks to these wonderful donors. If you know of family foundations, teen foundations, or other substantial donors who might be interested in Kulanu’s work, please introduce us!
$15,000 – Smart Family Foundation, to support Abayudaya programs in Uganda.
$10,000 – from an anonymous donor, for a security fence around the Abayudaya primary school.
$10,000 – South Peninsula Jewish Community Teen Foundation of the Jewish Community Endowment Fund (California), towards a grain mill, food warehouse and shop project for the Abayudaya village of Namutumba.
$7,500 – Estelle Friedman Gervis Family Foundation. With your matching funds, this allowed us to serve breakfast and hot lunches to the students at the Abayudaya schools five days a week.
$5,000 – Marin/San Francisco Jewish Community Teen Foundation of the Jewish Community Endowment Fund, for a chicken-raising project for the B’nei Ephraim of Andhra Pradesh, India
$4,000 – Teen Giving Initiative, Baltimore, MD, also for Abayudaya schools nutrition programs.
$2,000 – Good People Fund, for a matching challenge gift to send young people from Suriname on Birthright trip to Israel.
$1,000 – Ben and Esther Rosenbloom Foundation, for the Suriname Birthright project.

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