What to Expect

We're here to support you!

Reflect Cincy Grants offer a unique opportunity to deeply impact the culture of the community, as well as how the Jewish community is served.

TJF and the Reflect Cincy team recognize that making change is hard. We want to support people who want to try something that is unproven, by learning ways to test and learn. We want people to feel supported in really listening to the community’s needs and creating processes that allow the community being served to be a bigger part of the decision-making.

Application Process:
The Reflect Cincy team wants to support you as you develop your idea for grant funding.

We will provide:

  • Information sessions to learn about the grants, understand why they were developed and generate ideas for the Cincinnati Jewish community.
  • Training sessions for participants to further explore how to plug in, apply for funding and elevate the voices of stakeholders in their process.
  • Support for helping you find a fiscal sponsor. Don’t let this be a barrier! For those interested, please connect with Kim Newstadt at by early December 2021.
  • Office hours to support the development of your idea

Awarded Grantee Process:
In addition to funding, grantees will receive coaching to test and iterate, which may include learning how to prototype, activate stakeholders and give/receive peer support. The coaching piece is currently in development and will be dependent on what we learn from the application process.