Jewish Care gratefully acknowledges the following grants and sources which have provided funding for programs and services benefitting our community:

  • Besen Grant for respite, family and carer support
  • Commonwealth Home Support Program Grant
  • City of Melbourne COVID-19 Grant – Technology Resources
  • Department of Premier & Cabinet/ Family Safety Victoria Multicultural COVID-19 Family Violence Program
  • HACC/Linkages funding from Department of Health and Human Services Victoria – to provide broad reaching service to clients who are ineligible for the NDIS or who require supports due to their disability
  • Jobs Victoria
  • National Disability Insurance Agency
  • State Aged Care Funding – Support for Carers Grant
  • State Trustees Grassroots Grant
  • Funds from the Claims Conference In-Home Services Program funded by the German Government
  • Holocaust Survivor Emergency Assistance Program from the Claims Conference. Emergency assistance Program for Austrian Nazi victims. This funding comes from a settlement with the

Austrian Government, which was negotiated by the Claims Conference

  • Grant from the URO Charitable Trust Limited (UROCTL) administered and managed by the

Claims Conference for ongoing social or short-term emergency assistance

  • The Claims Conference has approved allocation at the direction of the United States District Court supervising the lawsuit In Re: Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation (Swiss Banks) to provide Jewish Care with Emergency Assistance Program
  • Grant from Caritatea Foundation in Romania (a foundation created by the Federal of Jewish Communities of Romania and the World Jewish Restitution Organisation) towards emergency assistance for Romanian Jewish Nazi victims
  • Eva and Les Erdi Humanitarian Charitable Foundation
  • Spotlight Foundation