German SIG #Germany GerSIG offers funding for creation of data for JewishGen or GerSIG websites #germany


gersig@...
 

GERSIG is announcing the availability of funding for organizations or
individuals who can prepare and and post online data of interest
to German-Jewish family historians.

Grants can only be considered for the preparation of data that
will be available online via the GerSIG or JewishGen websites.

Grants of up to $3,000 are available for projects.

Applications are due by July 19, 2006.

Awards will be selected by the GerSIG coordinators and announced
at the 2006 August New York City Conference. (GerSIG Monday morning meeting)

We are grateful to generous donors to GERSIG who, over the past few years,
have contributed over $8,000 for distribution to such projects.

Organizations or individuals interested in applying for funding should
submit an application to:

KFranklin@...

Applications should include a brief description of the project,
budget and schedule.

Preference will be given to those projects able to be completed
and partially or completely posted within a year.

Projects judged to be of interest to the largest number of indivduals
will also receive preference.

Additional funds collected by July 19 can be distributed in this funding period.

To send contributions via credit card and the Internet please use the webform at:

http://www.jewishgen.org/JewishGen-erosity/v_projectslist.asp?project_cat=13

* * * * Be sure to check "GerSIG General Fund". * * * *

Or, write "GerSIG General fund" on a check sent to:

JewishGen, Inc.
2951 Marina Bay Dr., Suite 130-472
League City, TX 77573

GERSIG Coordinators
Werner Frank, Karen Franklin, John Paul Lowens, Arthur Obermayer

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