Our Partners

Our Partners

  • Bader Philanthropies, Inc. strives to be a philanthropic leader in improving the quality of life of the diverse communities in which it works.

  • Center for Digital Innovation (CDI) is a leading-edge, novel, non-profit innovation center in Israel created through the collaborative efforts of some of Israel’s most outstanding entrepreneurs and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

     

  • The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation (Schusterman) is a global organization that seeks to ignite the passion and unleash the power in young people to create positive change.

     

  • The Claims Conference mission is to provide a measure of justice for Jewish Holocaust victims, and to provide them with the best possible care.

  • The Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford protects and enhances the well-being of Jews worldwide through the values of Tikkun Olam (repairing the world), tzedakah (charity and social justice) and Torah (Jewish learning).

  • Jewish Nevada is a 50+ year old community cornerstone that aspires to leave no community member behind. Rooted in traditional Jewish values of justice (tzedek), repairing the world (tikkun olam), acts of loving kindness (gemilut hesed), and Jewish peoplehood (klalyisrael), we commit our values into action every day.

  • We believe in the promise of Genesis 12:3 regarding the Jewish people and the nation of Israel. We believe Christians should bless and comfort Israel and the Jewish people.

  • The Lemsky Endowment Fund of Memphis Jewish Federation, established through the generosity of the late Abe Lemsky z"l, further enables Federation to strengthen the bonds between Memphis and Israel through a variety of programs.

  • Older Adults Technology Services (OATS) is a social impact organization that builds sustainable new systems to change the way we age. 

  • The Associated strengthens and nurtures Jewish life by engaging and supporting community partners in Greater Baltimore, Israel and around the world. 

  • Eshel works in partnership with various departments of the Government of Israel, including the Ministry of Social Affairs and Social Services, Ministry of Sciene and technology, Ministry for Social Equality, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Finance, as well as the National Insurance Institute (Israel's counterpart to the U.S. Social Security Administration) and local authorities. 

  • The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation, one of the largest private charitable foundations in the United States, provides approximately $100 million in annual grants to nonprofits that provide direct services to low-income and vulnerable individuals and families, primarily in the United States and Israel. 

  • The Henry and Marilyn Taub Foundation makes grants to pre-selected organizations working in early childhood, aging in place, and medical research. We also fund institutions with historic ties to the Taub family. The Foundation does not accept unsolicited proposals.

  • The foundation's charitable objective is the support of institutions and programmes calculated to benefit the Jewish people in Israel, the former Soviet Union and other areas of the world in which there are people in need.

     
  • UJA identifies and meets the needs of New Yorkers and Jews everywhere through the power of collective action. UJA cares for people in need, responds to crises close to home and far away, and shapes the Jewish future. 

  • Bernard and Etta Weinberg Fund
  • The Lewis Greenwood Foundation
  • Moravitz Family Foundation
  • The Abraham and Sonia Rochlin Foundation
  • The Albert B. Glickman Family Foundation