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Who We Are

We are a grant giving charitable trust, formed in 1963.

The Trust manages funds on behalf of the Jewish Community of Glasgow and the surrounding areas. It aims to help support the charitable, religious, and educational endeavours of the community.

Our board of Trustees is comprised of individuals who perform their role of Trustee on a voluntary basis, and they meet to consider applications three times a year.

Since its inception, the Trust has provided funding to over 50 different organisations.

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Who We Fund

The Trust will consider applications from any charity, or charitable organisation from the Jewish Community of the City of Glasgow and its surrounding areas.

Recent beneficiaries who have received funding from the Glasgow Jewish Community Trust include:

Shuls: both Orthodox and Reform, Jewish Care Scotland, Youth workers: funded with UJIA, Representing the community’s interests by providing funding for the Glasgow Jewish Representative Council and the Scottish Council of Jewish Communities, Chaplaincy, Lubavitch Scotland, The Scottish Jewish Archives and the Jewish Heritage Centre, The Glasgow Rabbinical College and Mikveh, Glasgow Maccabi, Gathering the Voices, Cemetery renovations, Calderwood Lodge Jewish Day School, Cosgrove Care

All applications are welcome.

Who We Fund