Berkshire Taconic Announces Second Round of 2019 Deadlines for Northwest Litchfield County

Berkshire Taconic Announces Second Round of 2019 Deadlines for Northwest Litchfield County

The Tabor Foundation Fund offers scholarships for health care training and education. Apply by June 30.

 

March 25, 2019

Sheffield, Mass. — Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation today announced the second round of deadlines for competitive grants in northwest Litchfield County in 2019. Regional nonprofits, students and school communities are invited to apply for funding during the spring grants cycle from April through June.

FOR NONPROFITS

The Wassermann-Streit Y’DIYAH Memorial Fund supports projects that include an aspect of the culture, history or experience of traditional Judaism in material or programming. Y’DIYAH is Hebrew for “learning,” and the goal of the fund is to encourage authentic knowledge of the expression of traditional Judaism, leading to an understanding of the commonalities of all people while acknowledging diversity. Applications are due April 1.

Harvard Business School’s Governing for Nonprofit Excellence is a four-day executive education program designed to enhance leadership and governance skills. Nonprofit board chairs or vice chairs in the region may apply for a scholarship to attend the program. The value of the program is $5,000. Applications are due May 1.

FOR STUDENTS

The Arts Fund for Region One provides scholarships to students of Cornwall, Falls Village, Kent, North Canaan, Salisbury or Sharon who are interested in arts-related programs. Grants of up to $500 will be awarded. Applications are due May 1.

The Tabor Foundation Fund supports residents of northwest Litchfield County and northeast Dutchess County who plan to undertake education or training in a health care or medical field and to seek employment in their community afterwards. Nonresidents working in the area may also apply. Grants of up to $4,000 will be awarded. Applications are due June 30.

FOR SCHOOL COMMUNITIES

The Region One Athletic Fund helps students in the Region One School District maintain a healthy lifestyle by supporting programs that give athletes the opportunity to compete in their chosen sport or physical activity. Funding is available for individuals and projects. Grants of up to $500 will be awarded. Applications are due May 1.






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