The Hadassah Foundation is holding two contests about the intersection of Jewish identify and feminism for high school students - an essay contest and a video contest - to mark its “Chai” (18th) Year of grant making. All entries are due by July 10th, 2017. The essay contest winner will have a one-on-one meeting via phone or videoconference with noted author Anita Diamant; their work may also appear in Hadassah Magazine. The video conference … [Read more...] about Calling all Aspiring Writers and Film Makers!
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The Hadassah Foundation, which invests in social change to empower girls and women in Israel and the United States, has given $330,000 in grants to 21 Israeli organizations that enhance economic opportunities for women in Israel. The Foundation is a philanthropic pioneer in the fields of improving economic security for low-income Israeli women and developing leadership and self-esteem programs for adolescent Jewish girls and young women in the … [Read more...] about The Hadassah Foundation Awards $330,000 in Grants to Israeli Organizations
The Hadassah Foundation is seeking nominations for its annual Bernice S. Tannenbaum Prize. The Prize honors the achievements of an up-and-coming feminist leader - someone who is making a positive impact on the lives of Jewish girls and young women in the United States, or for Israeli women. It also provides the winner with something that is all-too-rare in the Jewish community: funds to pursue a professional development activity. All … [Read more...] about Applications Open: Bernice S. Tannenbaum Prize
The Hadassah Foundation is seeking proposals for projects, curricula, and training programs that will enhance the leadership capacity of Jewish girls and young women ages 12-30 in the United States. All applications, to be submitted by email only, are due by February 10, 2017. The grant term will be July 1, 2017-June 30, 2018. Complete guidelines, as well as the cover sheet and project budget sheet that all applicants are required to use, are … [Read more...] about Hadassah Foundation Accepting US Proposals
The first-ever global center combining research and treatment of child abuse opened yesterday at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem at Mount Scopus. The Haruv Children’s Campus brings together, in one location, a comprehensive array of services for abused and neglected children, including emergency treatment, therapeutic facilities and child advocacy assistance. It houses seven organizations working on all aspects of identifying, diagnosing … [Read more...] about First Global Research and Treatment Center for Child Abuse Opens in Jerusalem