We are pleased to introduce the 2017-2018 cohort, a diverse group of leaders from across the United States who represent a multitude of communities, philanthropic interests, and organizations. Meet the Incubator participants & learn why they are starting a giving circle.
I want to start a giving circle with members of our Women's Philanthropy group to further engage women in our community.
I am starting a giving circle to raise funds for the JCC Brooklyn, a project of the Kings Bay Y.
We're starting a giving circle to give our community the opportunity to be more involved in the giving process and to help determine what their contributions will support.
I want to start giving circles to inspire giving in St. Paul's Jewish community, instill a culture of giving that connects people to each other, to the Jewish community and to Jewish organizations, and build trust in the giving process.
I am starting a giving circle to engage fellow college alumni in working together to support under-resourced local organizations that work in their communities to advance social justice and create a more progressive society.
I am starting a giving circle as a vehicle to engage more of my community in meaningful giving and to support the access to and quality of Jewish education in Los Angeles.
I am starting a giving circle with The Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester to inspire and empower young women to actively participate in promoting and funding nonprofit organizations that enhance the lives of others in our community.
We hope by developing giving circles we inspire giving in St. Paul's Jewish community, instill a culture of giving that connects people to each other, to the Jewish community and to Jewish organizations, expands the number of giving mechanisms, and builds trust in the giving process.
I am starting a giving circle with my extended circle of friends (many of whom are Russian-speaking Jews under 40) to give to causes that are meaningful to us and to explore giving circles as a means of innovating and enhancing the Russian-speaking Jewish community's approach to giving.
I am starting a giving circle in my synagogue, the Stanton Street Shul to build community relationships, learn about giving together, and improve our shul programs and building.
I am launching a giving circle initiative for Women of Reform Judaism that services sisterhoods in Reform synagogues across North America.
Our UMD Hillel giving circle will engage Maryland Hillel alumni in a meaningful experience centered around philanthropy, community, and tikkun olam.
At B'nai Shalom, our alumni parents giving circle will build engagement, community, and philanthropic giving.
I'm starting a giving circle at SIJCC as a way to increase a culture of giving, while giving community members a choice over what their giving supports.
We are launching a giving circle with our alumni to build a sense of community and derech eretz, decency and social intelligence.
I'm starting the UWS Moishe House giving circle to create a space for our community to connect across our unique identities, interests, and backgrounds, and to deepen our understanding of our own values.
I am starting a giving circle to build community among Jewish peers and make a difference in our Jewish community.
I am starting a giving circle to more deeply engage my synagogue community around giving, starting with our teens.
We're starting a giving circle to support Israeli LGBTQ rights organizations and educate people about funding LGBT issues at home and abroad.
Our Jewish Giving Circle Incubator will help you bring your giving circle to life. Whether you're 23 or 73, interested in social justice or Jewish innovation, and ready to give $50 or $10,000, we want you to join the Incubator. Apply today!
Applications are open until July 31st.Apply Now