April 1 at 11:59 pm ET. Grant period begins the following January.
October 1 at 11:59 pm ET. Grant period begins the following July.
Applications must be submitted in English on the Fluxx grant portal.
The online submission form will become available 8-12 weeks before the application deadlines. Start completing the application as early as possible; the application is extensive, and the portal will close at the deadline.
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Projects must be about the persecution of Jews by the Nazis and/or their collaborators, or its consequences.
The Claims Conference does not accept applications from individuals, only from registered non-profit organizations and research institutions (exceptions for film and social media applications).
The start date of the project must be at least 8 months after the application deadline.
Claims Conference will fund up to 40% of a project’s total cost with the grantee responsible for securing the remaining sources of funding.
Expenses are paid out on a reimbursement basis. Expenses are reimbursed provided: 1) they were expended during the grant period; 2) they were in the pre-approved budget; 3) they are accompanied by proof of expenditure including matching funds.
If a grant request has been previously rejected, one may not resubmit for the same project.
The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference), a nonprofit organization with offices in New York, Israel and Germany, secures material compensation for Holocaust survivors around the world.
Founded in 1951 by representatives of 23 major international Jewish organizations, the Claims Conference negotiates for and disburses funds to individuals and organizations and seeks the return of Jewish property stolen during the Holocaust. Learn more.
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