Local Grantmaking: Israel


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Grant amount: Unspecified amount

Anticipated deadline: May 15, 2020 (Full proposal)

Applicant type: Nonprofit

Funding uses: Project / Program, Education / Outreach

Location of project: Israel

Location of residency: United States

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NOTE:  Boeing’s grantmaking is by invitation only. All organizations must be invited to submit a proposal. Contact your local community investor to discuss a proposed project. If your community investor determines that your project aligns to Boeing's local strategies, you may be invited to submit a grant application by the "full proposal" deadline above.

For more than 100 years, Boeing has been innovating to meet the needs of a dynamic, fast-paced, global environment. Our understanding of how to best connect and support people, businesses and communities allows us to operate and create value in, and for, almost every region of the world. Part of our unique approach includes a deep and enduring commitment to global community engagement. Boeing’s charitable partnerships and contributions are strategic in focus, promote societal growth and drive positive, lasting change in the communities where our employees and their families live and work. To this end, Boeing grants are focused on opportunities that inspire our future, empower our heroes and strengthen the communities we call home. These fall within our strategy to support programs and organizations that help create the right opportunities for people and our communities

Boeing’s Focus in ISRAEL

Boeing’s Focus in ISRAEL. Boeing has held an important role in Israeli aviation and aerospace since the state's founding. In 1948 . Boeing has worked closely with Israeli commercial and military customers and suppliers and has developed many lasting partnerships. We work within Boeing’s community investment strategies to develop a site-specific plan tailored to the particular needs of our region, focusing our grants on the following strategies:

Our Future: Tomorrow's Innovators

Goal: Create cradle to career pathways to strengthen and diversify the pipeline of skilled workers entering today’s dynamic labor market. Advance 21st Century skills such as knowledge acquisition, creativity, innovation, critical thinking, problem solving, collaboration, media and technology literacy, self-direction, and adaptability skills.


  • Early Learning: Increase the number of kindergartners who are ready for school, particularly in mathematics.
  • Primary & Middle School: Generate interest and sustained participation in STEM disciplines through hands-on, experiential learning.
  • High School: Graduate more students who are ready to enter STEM related or other high demand careers and/or STEM focused post-secondary education.
  • Workforce Preparation: Prepare veterans, under-skilled adults and young adults for living wage jobs in highdemand sectors.

Boeing makes investments to advance the work of organizations focused on 21st century skills development.

Our Heroes: Veterans & Families

Goal: Build better lives for transitioning service members, veterans and their families.


  • Workforce Transition: Invest in high-quality training and skill development programs for veterans and their families.
  • Recovery and Rehabilitation: Support hands-on recovery programs focusing on the following:
    • Post-Traumatic Stress
    • Moral and physical injuries
    • Veteran suicide prevention

Boeing supports organizations focused on transitioning service members, veterans and family.

Our Home: Dynamic Communities - Building Capacity to Save Lives

Goal: Building Capacity to Save Lives

Local Strategies:

  • Long standing high visibility partnerships combatting unique community health threats and challenges in Israel.

Boeing supports organizations focused on Dynamic Communities

You can learn more about this opportunity by visiting the funder's website.


  • All applicants for charitable support from The Boeing Company must be a U.S.-based 501(c)(3) charitable organization in current standing with the IRS.
  • We place emphasis on sustainable, scalable, and replicable programs beyond the period of investment.
  • We emphasize programs that are catalysts for positive and systemic change and have a broad base of community support.
  • While we recognize that there are many factors affecting individual and community well-being, we place emphasis on addressing prevailing socio-cultural factors, such as disparities between populations, in our grantmaking.



  • We do not support these types of organizations:
    • Organizations with practices that are inconsistent with company goals and policies
    • Organizations that denigrate or advocate discrimination or violence toward any racial, ethnic or cultural group
    • Political candidates or organizations
    • For-profit businesses, including third-party fundraisers, or public institutions
    • U.S. hospitals, hospital foundations, medical research, and health-related awareness campaigns
  • We do not support individual schools or programs serving schools, including:
    • School-affiliated orchestras, bands, choirs, athletic teams, drama groups, yearbooks, or class parties
    • Travel, competitions, or field trips
    • Student tuition or tuition-based extracurricular programs 
  • We do not support these types of requests/activities:
    • Religious activities, in whole or in part, for the purpose of furthering religious doctrine
      • (Faith-based organizations must provide services to all clients regardless of denomination and without expectation of clients’ participation in religious activities.)
    • Capital campaigns, memorials, and endowments
    • Individuals or families
    • Dissertations and student research projects
    • Loans, scholarships, fellowships, and grants to individuals
    • Travel expenses
    • Adoption services
    • Nonprofit- and school-sponsored walk-a-thons, athletic events and athletic group sponsorships other than Special Olympics
    • Advertising, t-shirts, giveaways, and promotional items
    • Printing for auction booklets, tickets, or one-time use items (i.e. invitations or flyers)
    • Door prizes or raffles
    • Athletic events and teams
    • Debt reduction
    • Computing equipment
    • Documentary films and publications
    • Media campaigns and advertising
    • Gifts, honoraria, gratuities, and awards
    • Individual cultural and ethnic festivals and community theaters, choral groups, and orchestras