A Better Balance: The Work and Family Legal Center
This grant provides A Better Balance the opportunity to partner with synagogues and Jewish organizations across NYC to raise Jewish women’s awareness of policies that support working families and to help Jewish women identify policy gaps and improve workplace practices.
AVODAH: The Jewish Service Corps
This grant will support the second and third cohorts of AVODAH’s new fellowship, a nine-month educational and community building program that builds and strengthens a broad network of young Jewish adults working in antipoverty fields.
Bend the Arc: A Jewish Partnership for Justice
Bend the Arc mobilizes American Jews and allies to build a more equitable and just America. Funds support an advanced technology platform that will engage over 10,000 individuals, the majority of which will be women, in the New York area. The platform will connect disengaged members of the Jewish community by linking their social justice beliefs with Jewish values.
Center for Philanthropy and Fundraising at New York University
This grant sponsors a day-long summit featuring prominent leaders in a broad array of professions, who are working locally, nationally, and globally to improve the status of women and to change the face of philanthropy and social entrepreneurship.
Challah for Hunger
Challah for Hunger brings college students together to bake and sell challah in an effort to raise money and awareness for social justice causes. Funds will help grow and strengthen the Challah for Hunger chapters in New York and support the development of an alumni network.
Footsteps is an organization dedicated to helping individuals seeking to transition out of the ultra-orthodox community in which they were raised. This gender sensitive program will help female Footsteps members obtain and retain jobs in mainstream society.
Hebrew Free Loan Society
This gender sensitive micro-enterprise training course aims to maximize the number of low income Charedi women who successfully launch home based businesses.
Hidden Sparks runs professional development programs for Jewish day schools to help increase understanding and support for teaching children with learning differences. This grant is for the Parent Connection Webinar Series, which enhances parents’ understanding and skills for teaching children in Pre-K through 12th grade.
ImmerseNYC introduces New York Jews to the myriad ways that powerful and transformational mikveh rituals can add meaning to their Jewish lives, both through educational programming and immersions. Funding will build the core infrastructure of ImmerseNYC so it can meet the city’s growing mikveh need.
Jews for Racial and Economic Justice
In partnership with the National Domestic Worker Alliance and Congregation B’nai Jeshurun, JFREJ will improve the senior care industry by linking seniors and domestic workers together to create a new consumer directed training program.
Mosaic of Westchester
Mosaic of Westchester works as a catalyst, resource and facilitator to create full integration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Questioning (LGBTQ) Jews into Westchester Jewish life. Funds support ongoing operating expenses.
Moving Traditions inspires people to live fuller lives and to work for a better world for all by advocating for a more expansive view of gender in Jewish learning and practice. This grant will fund the curriculum development, coaching and pilot implementation in New York of a new model of sexuality education for Moving Traditions programs.
Funds support a webinar that addresses questions and concerns of women and families in the wake of the new laws of the Affordable Care Act. JWFNY Previously funded Sharsheret’s Financial Wellness Toolkit and this webinar content will be included in the toolkit as a new resource.
Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom
Sisterhood of Salaam Shalom provides American Muslim and Jewish women with the resources and effective programs needed to engage in communication, develop alliances that transcend the boundaries of formal religious institutions, and to limit acts of anti-Muslim and anti-Jewish sentiment. Funds will grow their online resources and support training for new volunteer program leaders.
This grant will support the creation of the second Slingshot supplement on Women and Girls which highlights the most innovative Jewish organizations in North America that support the needs of women and girls.
Yeshivat Maharat is the first yeshiva to ordain Orthodox women as clergy. This grant supports community internships and classroom leadership training seminars that prepare students for practical elements of the rabbinate.
Zeek is an online magazine that covers the domestic Jewish social justice movement and showcases the people, ideas and conversations driving an inclusive and diverse Jewish community. Funds will support the magazine’s female writers and articles that cover issues pertaining to women and girls.