The Covenant Foundation Announces New Grants
The Covenant Foundation today announced nearly $900,000 in new grants as part of its mission to support and advance excellence and impact in Jewish education.
Signature grantees include:
G-dcast, San Francisco: $100,000 for two years for the Media Beit Midrash program, which will engage college-age animators to study and learn about the Minor Prophets and their teachings, and to creatively interpret and present these in short films distributed on G’dcast social media and digital platforms for use by individuals, families, schools and organizations.
The new round of Ignition grantees include:
Citizen Film, San Francisco: $20,000 for one year to establish a program for university Jewish Studies educators enabling them and their students to enhance the use of digital media and storytelling in their scholarship, and to communicate, share and disseminate it widely using social media platforms.