[Mendele] Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements--Grants promoting Yiddish as a living language
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Mendele Personal Notices & Announcements
July 5, 2010
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Date: Thu, 1 Jul 2010 17:14:16 -0400
From: Rukhl Schaechter <rukhls at gmail.com>
Subject: Grants promoting Yiddish as a living language
The Benyumen Shekhter Foundation for the Advancement of Standard Yiddish
is now accepting grant proposals. We are seeking well-structured
initiatives that encourage people to actively speak, read and write in
Yiddish. Previous projects have included: online Yiddish classes, Yiddish
immersion retreats, dictionaries and textbooks.
Grants generally range from $1,000-3,000.
The deadline to submit applications is August 1, 2010. All applications
should include the following information:
1) a summary of the project
2) the names (and brief bios) of the individuals who are involved in the
3) a budget
4) sources of other subsidies already received
5) the requested amount of funding
Please E-mail your application to: rukhls at gmail.com
Di Fundatsye far yidisher shprakhkultur afn nomen fun Benyumen Shekhter
nemt shoyn itst on aplikatsyes af subsidyes. Mir zukhn gut- planirte
proyektn vos mutikn mentshn aktiv tsu redn, leynen un shraybn af yidish.
Tsvishn di frierdike proyektn vos di fundatsye hot geshtitst: yidish-klasn
durkh der internets; tsuzamenforn vu me redt bloyz yidish; verterbukher un
Di subsidyes zenen batrefn tsvishn $1,000 un $3,000.
Der termin af arayntsushikn aplikatsyes iz der ershter oygust 2010. Ale
aplikatsyes darfn araynrekhenenaraynnemen:
1) a kitser funem proyekt
2) di nemen (un kurtse bios) fun di yekhidim velkhe bateylikn zikh inem
3) a budzhet
4) di andere subsidyes vos me hot shoyn bakumen far dem zelbn proyekt
5) di gemonte sume
Zayt azoy gut, shikt ayer aplikatsye tsu: rukhls at gmail.com
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