If you are nominated for the Rose Lubin Jewish Pride Award, you will be notified of your selection in an email from The Steinhardt Foundation for Jewish Life that contains instructions for application and a link to the Foundation’s submission portal.
You will be required to submit the following materials via the portal:
Personal Statement (completed via online form)
Your resume or curriculum vitae
Your initiative’s IRS 501(c)(3) determination letter (or proof of Canadian registered charity status) or fiscal sponsorship agreement with a tax-exempt organization.
Your initiative’s most recently audited financial statements and IRS Form 990 (or Canadian T3010 Registered Charity Information Return).
The most recent Board-approved budget for the organization housing your initiative.
A three-year prospective budget specifically for the initiative (if different from above).
Additionally, you will be provided with a link to share with two individuals 18 years or older who are not members of your family to submit statements of support.
Your application materials must be completed by 11:00 pm EST on May 3, 2024.
Eligible Nominees will receive an email with instructions to submit an application.
Please note that eligibility for this award is not guaranteed until the application has been submitted and the Steinhardt Foundation’s due diligence process has established eligibility.
There is no fee for applying for the Award. As the Award is based on past performance, there will be no requirement for future reporting.
By submitting any of the application materials, you agree that if you are chosen to receive this award, you will allow The Steinhardt Foundation for Jewish Life to quote your words from this application, and attribute them to you by name in public announcements such as press releases, social media, and blog posts.
Please do not send or attach videos, press clips, newsletters, promotional materials, or anything other than what is requested Any attachments other than those requested will not be reviewed and will be discarded.
The Steinhardt Foundation reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to modify, cancel, or suspend all or part of this Award. It may deem an application ineligible for consideration due to fraud, misrepresentation, bad acts of any kind, or questionable financial management and programmatic practices. The Steinhardt Foundation will engage in online research and background checks and engage in further due diligence on a case-by-case basis.
By accepting the Award, the recipient grants the Steinhardt Foundation permission to use his or her name, likeness, photograph, personal statements made as part of the nomination process, and statements about the Award winner by the Foundation for publicity purposes without further compensation.
The funds awarded to the Award winner may be subject to taxation. The obligation to pay applicable taxes is the sole responsibility of the Award winner.