Local Grant Recipients
The Federation provides grants to the following organizations to ensure a vibrant and connected Jewish community.
Chabad of Park City
Federation gives a grant to Chabad of Park City for the following program:
Shabbat Dinner Program
Chabad Lubavitch of Utah
Federation gives grants to the following programs at Chabad Lubavitch of Utah:
Young Jewish Professionals Utah
Chai Religious School
Congregation Brith Sholem
Federation gives a grant to Congregation Brith Sholem for the following program:
Congregation Kol Ami
Federation gives grants to Congregation Kol Ami for the following programs:
Rafi Schwartz Religious School
Kol Ami Jewish Youth
L’Taken - 10th grade trip to Washington D.C.
Hillel for Utah
Federation gives a grant to Hillel for Utah for the following program:
Engagement Internship Program
Jewish Family Service
Federation gives grants to Jewish Family Service for the following programs:
Safety Net – Counseling & Emergency Assistance
Senior Care Management
Temple Har Shalom
Federation provides grants to Temple Har Shalom for the following programs:
THS Youth Group (THSTY)
The McGillis School
Federation gives grants to The McGillis School for the following programs:
Ethics and Cultures
Hebrew Language Program
Federation’s young professional group the BeeCHAIs helps young people navigate the Jewish scene and learn more about the organizations that make Utah a great place to be young and Jewish.
Helping Around The World
Federation helps around the world through the support we give to our international partners.
Joint Distribution Center (JDC)
The Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI)
Bringing Jewish Youth Together
Federation gives grants to our local Jewish youth groups & helps put together joint events to bring
them together as one community.
Federation accepts vehicles as a form of donation. It may be beaten up and hasn't been serviced in years, but if your vehicle has wheels, it could help!