Honouring, celebrating and learning about the history and culture of Jews throughout Europe can be done in so many ways. Our Jewish Heritage programme focuses on the archives and museums reflecting the history of Jewish life. Additionally, Jewish Heritage Encounters offers grants of up to £25,000 per year for a maximum of two years for initiatives that encourage the study and dissemination of local Jewish history. Successful projects will bring a broad range of individuals together to learn more about their region’s Jewish heritage. .
This programme is currently closed. However, you can still view information about Jewish Heritage grants below.
Grants are available for archives and libraries with significant holdings of Jewish content to improve the protection, preservation and availability of collections.
Grants are available for museums with significant holdings related to the preservation and study of Jewish history, culture and religion.
Yerusha Grants for Jewish Archival Survey Projects in Europe
Support for surveys of Jewish-related archival material in Europe.