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Kibbutz Langdon offers ’02 grants
November 16th, 2001
Kibbutz Langdon Foundation is accepting applications for grants to be awarded mid-year of 2002 to support programs taking place between August 2002 and June 2003. Applications are due May 1.
The foundation was created in 1986 by former residents of the housing cooperative, founded in 1971 by a group of Jewish students at UW-Madison, to promote projects for and by Jewish students.
Committed to supporting innovative Jewish non-profit organizations, the group provides grants from $500-$5,000. Although it has special interest in Madison, it will consider any project that benefits Jewish students or the Jewish community at large. It will not provide funds that only benefit individuals (i.e., scholarships or salaries).
Among past recipients are the UW-Madison and UWM Hillels, the UW-Madison history department, the Greater Chicago Jewish Folk Arts Festival and an Ethiopian Jewish Student Union in Israel.
For an application or more information, contact Kibbutz Langdon Foundation, P.O. Box 2891, Glenview, IL 60025.