Tanzman Fellows are emerging leaders nominated by their respective synagogues, schools, and agencies to spend a year learning how to address the greatest needs in Jewish life, including through participation in a mission to Israel. Upon completion, they assume leadership roles in the community.
Tanzman Fellows learn from noted experts on Jewish communal challenges and opportunities, they brainstorm solutions, and hone skills to lead organizations and foster a more vibrant and connected Jewish community. This program is made possible through a generous grant from The Marion and Norman Tanzman Foundation.
The Harriet Tabak Woman of Valor Fund provides grants for Jewish women to participate in leadership development programs.
This teen philanthropy program asks, "What if you had $5,000 to make the world a better place?" then empowers participants to make it happen.
J-Serve is the International Day of Jewish Teen Service filled with local community service projects with friends old and new.