We invite you to think big and long-term. How can you use a grant to create a lasting change for your chapter? *The grant CANNOT be used to purchase one-time ingredients like flour or oil.
Examples of acceptable grant uses: • Buy marketing materials, such as a high quality banner or tablecloth for your sales table• Plan a special event and invite a representative from your local partner to speak to your volunteers• Cover registration and travel for conferences and professional development opportunities related to social justice, hunger, or other CfH-related topics• Examples of last year's Micro-Grant recipients include supplies for creating advocacy posters, support for a volunteer appreciation event, and launching a parent-purchased challah subscription service.
By submitting this grant application, you agree to respond within 3 business days to all communication with CfH staff. This includes: officially accepting the grant via email or phone call if your chapter receives a grant and answering follow-up questions CfH staff may have about your application.
GRANT DEADLINES:Applications open October 3 and close October 31Students will be notified by December 14 and funds made available December 31Grant evaluations are due May 15
For questions regarding this grant, please email CfH Program Manager Miriam at firstname.lastname@example.org.