- Local synagogue
- Local Jewish community federation or Bureau of Jewish Education. Virtually every federation has an Israel Programs Coordinator and Scholarship Fund.
- Some NFTY regions (NE and SoCal for example) have separate scholarship funds. Contact your Regional Youth Advisor. Click here to find out your NFTY region.
The Jewish Community Foundation in Northern California has funding available for participants from Sonoma and Marin counties, San Francisco, and the Peninsula from Mountain View north.
The Jewish Federation of the East Bay in Northern California has significant funds available for participants from Alameda, Contra Costa, Napa, or Solano counties.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles offers grants of up to $500 through their POST Partnership Grant for participants traveling to Israel for the first time on a group trip.
The Jewish Federation of San Diego's My Israel Journey - Teen Subsidy Program offers up to $1,750 for teens from San Diego County.
The Peachy and Mark Levy Youth Scholarship Fund offers scholarships for California participants within the Pacific Southwest Council (NFTY SoCal and NFTY SW) and Camp Newman for NFTY travel programs.
The Jewish United Fund of Chicago offers need-based scholarships for Israel travel for teens coming from the Chicago Metropolitan area.
The Jewish Federation of Greater New Orleans offers the Edie and Paul Rosenblum Gift of Israel Program scholarship for high school students participating in a NFTY summer program.
The Boston Combined Jewish Philanthropies Israel Teen Travel Grant program is on a first come first serve basis. Additional need-based scholarship for teens from the greater Boston area are also available.
The Minneapolis Jewish Federation offers a variety of Israel travel scholarships for teens and young adults.
The Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest New Jersey's Passport to Israel provides scholarships of up to $1,000 for teen Israel travel.
The Jewish Federation in the Heart of New Jersey offers up to $1,000 in Israel scholarships to participants from Middlesex and Monmouth counties.
The UJA- Federation of New York offers Israel Experience Scholarships for high school students in 10-12th grades interested in a teen travel program.
The Jewish Federation of Cincinnati's Israel Travel Grants offer grants of up to $6,500 for teens from the Cincinnati area.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Portland's Chai Israel grant offers up to $2,500 for teen Israel programs.
The Memphis Jewish Federation offers the Lemsky Endowment Fund for students to participate in summer and/or study and volunteer programs in Israel.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas offers need-based Israel travel scholarships.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Houston offers Israel Travel Scholarships for organized summer trips.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle offers need-based scholarships for teen Travel to Israel.
The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington's Israel Quest program provides funding for participants from the greater Washington, D.C. area.
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