We fund projects which ensure archival and library materials relating to Jewish heritage and culture are made available to a wider audience.

We want to help increase access to documents that will enhance future academic research in European Jewish history and culture and encourage people to engage with communal documentary heritage, whether for educational purposes or personal family research.

We support the following areas:

  • Conservation and Preservation
  • Inventories and Cataloguing
  • Digital Resource Creation and Digital Humanities
  • Professional Training
  • Language Grants

We also support digitisation of material to make these collections accessible to people around the world.

You can register on our website to receive notifications of when grants are available and other information relating to the type of projects we support.

Grant Categories

Conservation and Preservation

Ensuring documents are properly protected and preserved to ensure they are available to researchers without risk of further decay.

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Inventories & Cataloguing

Documenting collections through systematic cataloguing initiatives to ensure scholars are able to discover the material they contain

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Digital Resource Creation and Digital Humanities

Creating new resources for digitised material to encourage access and utilising the material for dedicated digital research and discovery

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Professional Training

Enhancing skills and expertise through professional training to ensure that those responsible for collections are able to accurately describe their contents and assist researchers in their searches

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Professional Development Language Grant

Online courses to increase professional skills

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