Berkeley Institute of Jewish Law and Israeli Law, Economy, and Society
Berkeley Institute of Jewish Law and Israeli Law, Economy, and Society

Overview of Process

How to Apply for a Grant

Please review the information in this section prior to submitting an application to determine if your organization and project are aligned with the priorities and interests of the Fund.   If you think that your project is a good fit, please submit a letter of inquiry according to the Letter of Inquiry Guidelines.  After reviewing your letter of inquiry, we will contact you regarding our interest in receiving a formal proposal.  If you are invited to submit a formal proposal with supporting documents, please follow the guidelines for submitting a Formal Proposal.  If at any time during the process you have questions that are not answered by the information on this site, we encourage you to contact the Fund directly.


Determine Your Eligibility
Review the Fund’s interests and priorities
In order to be considered for a grant from the Lisa and Douglas Goldman Fund, an organization must be classified as a public charity and have 501(c)(3) status from the Internal Revenue Service or have a fiscal agent with 501(c)(3) status.
Submit a Letter of Inquiry
Guidelines for submitting Letters of Inquiry
Submit a Formal Proposal
Guidelines for submitting a Formal Proposal
Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco
Boys and Girls Clubs of San Francisco