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JEWISH OUTREACH AMPLIFIED

At the core of Global Jewry’s mission is the imperative to expand outreach and amplify the messages of our partner organizations.

Individually, each organization makes significant contributions to Jewish life through exceptional content creation, outstanding programming, and addressing diverse needs.

Together, they form a rich Jewish ecosystem, offering ample resources to support every seeker of knowledge, inspiration, and connection on their Jewish path.

But don’t just take our word for it—explore their offerings firsthand!

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Jewish Life
Education
Communal Organizations
Culture & History
Israel
Jewish Innovation
Religion
Tikkun Olam
JUMP TO SECTION
Jewish Life
Education
Communal Organizations
Culture & History
Israel
Jewish Innovation
Religion
Tikkun Olam

Jewish Life

Judaism offers a vision of living wisely in the world with an open mind and a kind heart.” Rabbi Dr. Raphael Zarum

The importance of Jewish life lies in its profound impact on individuals, families, and communities, spanning generations and transcending geographical boundaries. Rooted in a rich tapestry of identity, tradition, heritage, and faith, Jewish life provides a sense of belonging, purpose, and continuity amidst the complexities of the modern world. It fosters strong communal bonds, nurturing a collective identity built on shared values, experiences, and aspirations. Moreover, Jewish life serves as a beacon of resilience, embodying the enduring spirit of survival and perseverance in the face of historical challenges and adversity. Through vibrant expressions of culture, learning, and worship, Jewish life enriches the human experience, inspiring individuals to strive for personal growth, social justice, and spiritual fulfillment within the context of a dynamic and ever-evolving tradition.
Opportunity, community and meaning lie at the core of Jewish life, here are our partners who are helping people engage, connect, and thrive:

Education

“Throughout the centuries…Jews maintained an educational infrastructure as their highest priority. It is no exaggeration to say that this lay at the heart of the Jewish ability to survive catastrophe, negotiate change and flourish in difficult circumstances.” — Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks z”l

Jewish education, formal and informal, is a dynamic journey steeped in tradition, fostering a deep connection to heritage, values and community. Through study, exploration, experience and dialogue, it cultivates a profound understanding of Jewish identity, history, and culture, empowering individuals to engage meaningfully with their Judaism and the Jewish people.

Rooted in centuries-old traditions of study and scholarship, formal Jewish education typically includes the study of sacred texts such as the Torah, Talmud, and other rabbinic literature, as well as instruction in Hebrew language and Jewish rituals and observances. Whether in synagogue-based religious schools, day schools, or yeshivas, formal Jewish education aims to impart knowledge to future generations through rigorous study and guided explorations. Informal Jewish education offers a dynamic and engaging approach to learning outside of the classroom. It often takes place in informal settings such as youth groups, summer camps, community centers, and experiential learning programs. Informal Jewish education emphasizes experiential learning, discussion, and hands-on activities. Through interactive experiences like group discussions, arts and crafts, outdoor activities, and cultural events, informal Jewish education aims to make learning enjoyable, relevant, and meaningful for participants of all ages.

Central to both formal and informal Jewish education are our texts, the sacred writings of our people. Fortunately, there has been a tremendous amount of work done over the past several years digitizing and otherwise making Jewish texts accessible online.

Below are our partners in the field of Jewish education:

Communal Organizations

“[p]erceiving the Jewish diaspora as one unified whole is evaluating its critical scope in its entirety. The language of wholeness implies neither uniformity nor univocity, but rather internal dynamics of changing centers and peripheries throughout long histories and vast geographies.” — Re’ee Hagay and Jonathan Boyarin

All over the world, communal organizations play a vital role in Jewish life and have fascinating stories to tell. They sustain the vibrancy and welfare of local communities worldwide by focusing on philanthropy, social services, advocacy, and addressing a wide range of other needs beyond religious or educational realms. They support crucial initiatives such as social welfare programs, humanitarian aid, community development, security assurance and disaster relief efforts. Additionally, they play a pivotal role in promoting Jewish continuity by fostering connections among diverse segments of the community and strengthening ties with Israel. They also preserve and transmit Jewish traditions, values, and heritage from one generation to the next, ensuring the ongoing vitality and resilience of the Jewish community. By mobilizing resources and coordinating communal efforts, these organizations embody the principle of “kol Yisrael aravim zeh bazeh” (all Jews are responsible for one another), strengthening the bonds of solidarity and mutual support that characterize Jewish life while simultaneously and seamlessly connecting their constituents to the broader communities in which they reside.

Below are our partners representing Jewish communities, large and small, from all across the Jewish world:

Asia

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Australia

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Europe

Central and Latin America

Mexico

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Middle East

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United Kingdom

Culture & History

“The demand for justice, for peace and for enlightenment runs through the entirety of Jewish history and Jewish tradition.” — Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Jewish culture and history span millenia and encompass a rich tapestry of events and traditions. Our culture has been well-documented in print, in video and in the arts, and our history is a rich and resilient saga that spans thousands of years.

Both are narratives of invention, adaptation, survival, and an enduring commitment to community. Despite great challenges including adversity in ancient times, persistent antisemitism and the Holocaust, our culture and history are also marked by moments of triumph, achievement, and a tenacious preservation of identity. They are also continuously evolving and full of surprises.

Learn about the highs, the lows and the extraordinary of Jewish culture and history from our partners who specialize in those fields:

CULTURE
HISTORY

Israel

“Israel was not created in order to disappear – Israel will endure and flourish. It is the child of hope and the home of the brave. It can neither be broken by adversity nor demoralized by success. It carries the shield of democracy and honors the sword of freedom.” — John F. Kennedy

The people, the history and the dynamism of the Jewish homeland is fascinating, and the role Israel plays in Jewish life is ever-evolving. Any insightful overview of the Jewish homeland involves touching upon her rich narrative, vibrant culture, and geopolitical significance. The only way to begin to understand the beauty and complexity of Israel is by taking a truly comprehensive approach.

Below are our partners who can help you delve into the diverse and complicated landscape of the Jewish homeland at whatever depth you choose to delve:

Jewish Innovation

“Trust yourself. Create the self you will be happy to live with all your life. Make the most yourself by fanning the tiny, inner sparks of possibility into flames of achievement.” — Golda Meir

Jewish innovation is essential for the continuous evolution and relevance of Jewish life in a rapidly changing world. It encompasses creative approaches to religious practice, community engagement, and social activism, fostering adaptability and resilience within the Jewish community. Through innovation, traditional rituals and teachings are reimagined to resonate with contemporary sensibilities, attracting new generations and diverse audiences. Moreover, Jewish innovation sparks entrepreneurial ventures, technological advancements, and cultural expressions that contribute to global discourse and societal progress. By embracing innovation, the Jewish community honors its legacy of creativity and ingenuity, ensuring its enduring impact and relevance in the modern era.
Below are our partners focused on innovation in the Jewish world:

Religion

“The central aspect of worship is the feeling of being at one with G-d.” — Baal Shem Tov

The Jewish religion traces its origins back over 3000 years. Rooted in the covenant between the Almighty and the Israelites, Judaism is characterized by a complex tapestry of beliefs, traditions, and practices. Central to Jewish theology is the belief in one transcendent Almighty, adherence to the ethical principles outlined in the Torah (the central religious text), and a deep sense of communal identity and responsibility. From the observance of Shabbat (the Sabbath) to the celebration of holidays like Passover and Yom Kippur, Judaism encompasses a diverse array of rituals and customs that have evolved over millennia while remaining deeply rooted in ancient tradition.

Here are our partners focused on helping you explore Judaism in all of its magnificence:

Tikkun Olam

“Thou shalt not be a victim. Thou shalt not be a perpetrator but, above all, thou shalt not be a bystander.” — Yehuda Bauer

One of the basic tenets of Jewish life is “tikkun okam,” repairing and improving the world. Every single day, members of the Jewish family are serving others, aiding the less fortunate and pursuing social justice for everyone in impressive and important ways. The Jewish philanthropic community contributes billions of dollars to a wide range of Jewish organizations every year, and many Jewish people are also significant donors to secular causes. And, long before the challenges of climate change became apparent, the Jewish people believed in protecting nature and preserving it for future generations.

As the great sage Hillel said, “If we are only for ourselves, who are we?”

Below are our partners seeking to make the world a better place for everyone:

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