We are pleased to introduce the 2018-2019 cohort, a diverse group of community leaders from across the United States, South America and Israel who represent a multitude of communities, philanthropic interests, and organizations. Meet the Incubator participants & learn what inspires them to start a brand new giving circle
I'm excited to catalyze my pluralistic community in Mazkeret Batya to engage directly with philanthropy and the nonprofit sector.
I'm excited to bring giving circles to Argentina and Latinoamerica!
Through my giving circle, I'm excited to meet like-minded people.
The Milton Gottesman Jewish Day School of the Nation's Capital is starting a giving circle to engage new and existing donors.
I am starting a giving circle to have an in-person component of my online giving community to bring people together.
I'm excited to connect with like-minded people and discover new strategies for integrated giving.
My giving circle will be a new and creative way to re-engage women in my Jewish community who were previously involved.
I am eager to start a giving circle that will build a strong, impactful community.
I am excited to transform a community that has been the recipients of other people's generosity into a community that gives generously.
I’m excited to bring people together to increase our overall giving.
For young musicians, even small sums can be very helpful and encouraging for beginning creators. Through my giving circle, I want to provide this chesed for young musicians.
I am excited to galvanize the members of my upstate NY synagogue and create a giving circle that responds to the needs of the Hudson Valley community.
I am super excited about starting a network of giving circles at my church.
I'm excited to start an active giving circle for improving public transport in Israel that will empower public participation.
I'm looking forward to expanding and enhancing the way we engage donors in philanthropy today.
I wish to engage the Hannah Senesh Community Day School community through meaningful giving circles that inspire passionate and joyous giving.
I'm starting a giving circle to expand our Synagogue's social action efforts and to create community around our members' collective philanthropic experiences.
I'm excited to help friends and family strategically give to causes they care about and create greater impact.
I hope to help educate and inspire Jewish parents and their adult children to "move the needle" and increase giving to Jewish organizations and causes.
Our giving circle, for URJ program alum and Reform lay leaders aged 23-33, will be a shared space for commitment, community, and changemaking.
I believe an intergenerational giving circle will yield tremendous results for our community, and I am excited to work with my Dad to bring this project to life!
I would like to activate the culture of collective giving in Argentina.
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