Friends of Reut will consider grants to organizations and programs that further our mission to strengthen the vision of the state of Israel as a Jewish, democratic and prosperous state.
Grant requests from credible agencies or institutions will be entertained both for specific programs, and for operational and/or capital expenditures.
Grants are usually approved for a defined period of time, but may be paid over a multi-year period. The American Friends of the Reut Institute’s Board of Directors will determine final action on all grant applications. Organizations that receive grants from the Friends of Reut must provide fiscal and programmatic accountability.
Grants from Friends of Reut are limited to non-profit organizations with 501(c)(3) status or to international non-profit organizations that can demonstrate that they would qualify for tax exemption under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code if they were United States entities.
Friends of Reut accepts and processes applications for grants throughout the year with no deadlines. Friends of Reut has a two-phase application process, the first of which is a Letter of Inquiry. The Letter of Inquiry should include a brief description of the organization, a brief description of the project for which funding is sought, the total cost of the project for which funding is sought, and the amount requested from American Friends of the Reut Institute. If there is interest upon review of the Letter of Inquiry, a representative of Friends of Reut will contact you for further information and may ask you to submit a formal Grant Application for funding consideration. The Grant Application phase is by invitation only.
Letters of inquiry can be mailed to:
Friends of Reut
8383 Wilshire Blvd. Suite 400
Beverly Hills, CA 90211