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Deadline: 01/18/2025 (Tentative)

The Blossom Hill Fellowship funds innovative ideas to help children and youth anywhere in the world affected by conflict in the Middle East. The fellowship's goal is to encourage individuals to develop innovative and solution-focused initiatives that create opportunity for conflict-affected children and help to break the cycle of violence that plagues their communities.

The fellowship provides $50,000 to fund innovative projects. One or two applicants may apply to manage the project. Grants are potentially renewable for a second year.

For more information, see

Tentative Deadline: January 18, 2024 (two-minute pitch video due, additional application materials due no later than March 31, 2024, after pitch video is approved by the foundation) 

Contact Information

Blossom Hill Fellowship Deputy Director Rosy Nimroody,



USA, United Kingdom, International (Not UK), Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, Middle East


Project, Work/Service


First-Year, Second-Year, Junior, Senior, Alumni, Graduate Student