- In 2018, there were 5,566 hate crimes against individuals recorded in the U.S., a 25 percent increase since 2013 (FBI)
- Jews were targeted in 58 percent of all religious-based hate-crimes in 2018 (FBI)
Grant review - The grants team will review an application completed by the client organization and provide feedback (Service fee: $500)
New Pre-qualification and filing - Only applicable in New York State, a grants team member walks the client organization’s staff through pre-qualification on the State’s “Grants Gateway” and files the grant application on the e-grant system. (Service fee: $500/school, $1000/shul or camp)
Grant writing - The grants team will write the grant flor the client organization from scratch as an outsourced solution (Service fee: $1000)
Administration - The grants team guides the client organization in the completion of all paperwork and processes that are required for grant reimbursement (Service fee: $2500)
In addition to our direct consulting services, our online government funding hub and recent webinar are valuable online resources for nonpublic schools.
New York State: Our advocacy was a key factor in the massive increase of security funding to a record-breaking $60 million in 2019—more than 13 times the 2013 allocation of $4.5 million.
New Jersey: We spearheaded a successful campaign to double nonpublic school security funding to $22.6 million, or $150 per pupil
Florida: The nonpublic school security budget grew to $2.5 million in 2019-20, or $184 per pupil. We led the push.
Pennsylvania: Because of our leadership, non-public school security allocation has grown from $240,000 in 2013 to $3.2 million in 2019.
California: Teach Coalition led the successful drive for increased funding for at-risk institutions from $500,000 to $15 million in 2019.