Jewish Fertility Foundation (JFF) has expanded eligibility for fertility grants. JFF’s IVF grant is now also available to singles with medical infertility, not only couples. Grants are no longer limited to those residing in Metro Atlanta. Anyone being provided with services at any of the four partnering fertility clinics (Atlanta Center for Reproductive Medicine, Emory Reproductive Center, Reproductive Biology Associates and Shady Grove … [Read more...] about Jewish Fertility Foundation Expands Eligibility for Fertility Grants
The Hadassah Foundation (HF) invites applications for a 2019 US grant. HF will fund new or existing programs that utilize a gender lens and are designed to create sustainable social change for women and girls in the Jewish community within the United States. The programs can be geared towards any age group, and must address one or more of the focus areas as described in the RFP. Applicants are invited to apply for two-year grants for up to … [Read more...] about Hadassah Foundation RFP Available for US Grants, 2019-2021
Hebrew College has announced a new dual degree program with the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem that will train outstanding future rabbis and educators who are passionate about day school education and leadership. Set to launch in fall 2019, the six-year program will include a two-year teacher training program in Jerusalem, where students will study in the Pardes Day School Educators Program, followed by four years in Greater … [Read more...] about Hebrew College Announces Partnership with Pardes Institute in Israel
(JWeekly) - San Francisco-based Jewish LearningWorks is organizing a five-day conference for those who work Jewish teens that will emphasize themes of wellness and mental health. The Bay Area Teens Thrive Un-Conference is scheduled to take place at five locations over five days starting Monday, Feb. 4. Each location will cover a different theme or topic, with the daily sessions running from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. except on the final day, Feb. … [Read more...] about Work with Jewish Teens? This ‘Un-Conference’ is For You.
The Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies at UC Berkeley has received a $1 million matching grant from The Rosalinde and Arthur Gilbert Foundation of Los Angeles, with the goal of meeting a $10 million endowment by 2024. The Institute also received grants totaling nearly $2 million from the Koret Foundation and the Jim Joseph Foundation in partial support of the Institute’s operations as it raises this endowment. “We’re issuing a … [Read more...] about Key Funders Invest in the UC Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israel Studies