If you are interested in applying for funding from SRE Network, we are currently accepting Letters of Interest for our Fall 2021 Open Process, please click here for more information.

Community Investments

SRE Network serves as a multiplier through our community investments portfolio, which encompasses both grantmaking and investments in partnerships with experts, trainers, and practitioners in both the Jewish community and beyond to provide support to SRE Network membership, Jewish workplaces, and the field at large.

To date, SRE Network has invested nearly $3.5M in grants and supports to advance safety, respect, and equity with a focus on gender justice. For a comprehensive list of projects SRE has funded please click here.

In response to COVID, SRE Network awarded $500,000 in grants to support 11 SRE Network grantees to ensure that safety, respect and equity work will remain on the Jewish communal agenda during and beyond this crisis: Footsteps, Jewish Women’s Archive, Jewish Women International, Moving Traditions, Sacred Spaces, Shalom Bayit, Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, Slingshot, Ta’amod: Stand Up!, The Gender Equity in Hiring Project, and Women’s Rabbinic Network.

If you are a funder interested in learning more about our community investments and their impact, please contact us.

Rapid Response Fund Overview

SRE announced $500,000 as part of its inaugural funding in October 2018. Through the Rapid Response Fund, SRE seeks to address pressing needs to promote safety, respect, and equity in Jewish communities. These grants are intended to be an investment in upfront field-building needs, such as coordinating and scaling training programs for Jewish organizations, developing assessment tools, curricula, and other resources. Learn more about the five grant recipients here.

Capacity-Building Fund Overview

SRE announced over $1.2 million in a second round of funding in June 2019. There are two types of grants focused on building the capacity of the field and organizations to address safety, respect, and equity at scale. Learn more about the 15 grant recipients here.

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