For more than two decades, RPF has funded innovative approaches that inspire activism for social justice, help bring people together across lines of difference; unlock the power of art and storytelling; make Jewish history and tradition more accessible; and ensure that the moral lessons of the Holocaust are not forgotten.
Guided by the belief that the 3,500-year-old Jewish Story has resonance today, RPF supports efforts to build a vibrant, just, and inclusive Jewish community in the United States. While past grants have been made in a number of areas, the Foundation is currently focused on organizations and projects that are national in scope and:
Film Submissions: RPF occasionally provides direct support for Jewish film projects. RPF considers films for grants only when a work tape is available for viewing and the film is near completion or is already completed.