Kranzberg Foundation announces 2017 grant recipients

The Kranzberg Family Foundation, a supporting foundation of the Jewish Federation of St. Louis, has awarded $59,000 in grants to 12 Jewish programs for children, teens and young adults for 2017.

The Kranzberg grant recipients are: 

•  Central Reform Congregation, Rainbow Connection, targeted for outreach to unaffiliated and non-CRC members

• Hillel, Maryville University

• Hillel, University of Missouri-St. Louis 

• Jewish Student Union

• Jewish Community Relations Council, Student to Student, targeted for the Conversation Starter program 

• Nishmah Banot Board Leadership Program at the Jewish Community Center

• PJ Library

• Shelanu Bnai Mitzvah Program to engage Israelis

• Shevet Keshet Friends of Israel Scouts – spring camping retreat and community outreach programming

• St. Louis Kollel, Torah and Turf

• United Hebrew Congregation, Rosh Hashana in the Orchard, targeted for outreach to unaffiliated and non-UH members

• Yeshivat Kadimah High School

This is the 10th year the family has gifted grants to next-gen programs. Since its inception, the Foundation has donated more than $500,000 to projects that benefit the St. Louis Jewish community.