Mini-Grant Application

Please fill out all fields when applying for a mini-grant. Requests will be reviewed by the directors of the Holocaust Educators Network who may suggest changes before submitting your proposal to members of the Board of Trustees. Please note that mini-grants are only available to members of HEN. If you would like to join our network, please apply to one of our programs.

  • Please describe your project in an abstract of no more than 100 words
  • Attach as a document of no more than four pages.

    Include the following in your proposal narrative:
    • a detailed description of the project and your implementation plans (what you intend to do and why);
    • a timeline and schedule of planned events and activities;
    • the approximate number of students, teachers, or community members involved;
    • the intended outcomes of your project: what is the anticipated benefit to your students, your school, your community, or your WP site (if applicable)?
    Accepted file types: zip, doc, docx, pdf, txt.
  • Attach as a document of no more than two pages.

    Please include an itemized budget with an explanation of how all requested funds will be spent. Indicate date by which funds will be needed.
    Accepted file types: xls, doc, pdf.
  • Information and address to which check should be sent

    The Memorial Library cannot make out mini-grant checks to individuals. Therefore please indicate the institution that will serve as the fiscal sponsor for your grant.

Contact

For more information about The Olga Lengyel Institute for Holocaust Studies and Human Rights (TOLI), please contact info@toli.us

TOLI is located at 58 East 79th Street in Manhattan. (get directions)