Genesis Philanthropy Group (GPG) has announced the second round of UK grants this year. Building on early success of its partnership with Moishe House and PJ Library to help them dramatically increase successful global models of engagement in the UK, GPG’s strategy now is also f … [Read more...] about Genesis Philanthropy Group announces ‘Big Push’ to Fund the Growth of Pivotal UK Jewish Community Organizations
Michael Wegier has announced he will leave the U.K.'s United Jewish Israel Appeal in February after six and a half years as chief executive.
UJIA (United Jewish Israel Appeal) is based in London and sometimes referred to by Americans as the U.K.'s Federation.
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The UK Jewish community focuses resources on ‘safeguarding,’ but some say it isn’t enough By Maayan Hoffman eJewish Philanthropy A year before the #MeToo movement against sexual harassment and assault swept the American nation and the internet, the Jewish community of t … [Read more...] about ‘We Are Not Waiting’
The National Holocaust Centre and Museum launched its Forever Project to MPs at the House of Commons. The Forever Project uses life-sized, 3D interactive technology to enable people to not only to hear and see Holocaust survivors, but to ask them questions and get answers. MPs … [Read more...] about Holocaust Survivors visit Parliament in the form of a 3D Interactive Project
Nicky Goldman has been named Chief Executive of the U.K.'s Jewish Volunteering Network (JVN).
Nicky is currently Executive Director of Lead, a division of the Jewish Leadership Council (JLC).
JVN is the U.K.’s leading charity focussing on volunteers and volunteering. Aside f … [Read more...] about Comings and Goings:
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