New Group Chat on Facebook

Date: February 5, 2023 Hi all, JPride has started an opt-in group chat. It’s an easier way on-the-side from the main ‘Baltimore Jewish LGBTQ Group‘ news feed that acts like a bulletin board, to informally talk and get to know one another, outside of attending grantee and community events. Join our Facebook Group : Also, in addition to JPride’s … Read More

Grant Announcement: DEI Training with Chizuk Amuno Congregation and Schools

We are pleased to offer a technical assistance to Chizuk Amuno for a staff training: Intro to LGBTQ+ Concepts and Best Practices for Executive Staff We would love to bring staff training to our Senior Staff. As we are committed to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion we want to ensure our staff is ready and able to use the right terminology, … Read More

Grant Announcement: Capital Camps Keshet Training

We are pleased to announce a technical assistance grant to bring in the organization Keshet to do a training. At Capital Camps, we strongly believe in radical inclusivity. We hope that by bringing Keshet in for a training, we can further our goal of radical inclusivity and take it to the next level. We hope to lean better practices for … Read More

Grant Announcement: Eshel Chapter Book Club

The grant will be used to fund a queer book club run by the Eshel chapter in Baltimore. The grant will allow the chapter to purchase books and hosts meetings culminating in an event with the author at, and in concert with, Netivot Shalom. The book is A Rainbow Thread by Noam Sienna. The goals of the book club are … Read More


JPride Baltimore

WHAT WE’RE UP TOOur Projects1Neely Tal Snyder JPride Seed GrantOur grants committee task force reviews projects throughout the year proposed by local charitable orgs, with an average award of $500-$1,000. No more than $9,000 is awarded in a calendar year. Our fund is a donor advised fund of the Associated. Learn More2Latest GrantsBrowse a list of recent seed grants issued … Read More

Grant Announcement: Repair the World 2022 Pride Month Events

Outreach is underway to local young Jewish adults who Repair the World fellows have gotten to know and identify within the LGBTQ+ community. Repair the World fellows, who both identify as members of the LGBTQ+ community, will be leading the programs.

Grant Announcement: Keshet Training for JCS Staff

Grant funds will be used for a series of assessments, consultation, and training provided by Keshet. This training will support long-term and sustainable organizational change for LGBTQ belonging among clients, staff, and leadership at JCS. This training with Keshet will equip JCS with the skills and knowledge needed to build a welcoming space for LGBTQ individuals and their families within … Read More