As part of CJP’s 5-point plan to combat antisemitism, we’ve launched our Face Jewish Hate campaign. This campaign combines the real-life stories of antisemitic incidents happening here in Greater Boston to draw attention to this issue and a resource center focused on educating, mobilizing, and empowering our community and allies.
Here’s how you can amplify the campaign and help our community:
CJP is proud to collaborate with ADL New England, JCRC Boston, IAC New England, AJC New England, Facing History & Ourselves, TribeTalk, and the Foundation to Combat Antisemitism in taking a stand against Jewish hate.
The application for CJP’s FY24 Community Impact Grants will open on Monday, July 3, with first-round grant applications due by Thursday, October 12. These grants are designed to support organizations in enhancing the well-being and vibrancy of the Greater Boston Jewish community. This year we have modified some of our guidelines and procedures.
The Letter of Intent (LOI) for The Miriam Fund’s FY2024 grants will open on Tuesday, August 1. The Miriam Fund (TMF) looks for innovative projects that deliver measurable and sustainable outcomes for the advancement of women and/or girls in Massachusetts secular or Jewish communities as well as in Israel (with a focus on the greater Haifa community), and address one or more of the following areas: education, economic empowerment, health, legal rights, and personal safety.
Please register to join us for an online information session about the LOI and application processes on Wednesday, June 21, from 9:00–10:00 a.m. ET.
For additional information about TMF, including important updates to application procedures and guidelines, please visit our website. Please note: To more equitably review all applications from Israeli organizations, for FY2024 TMF will accept only LOIs and applications from Israeli organizations with a primary focus on Education or Economic Empowerment. For FY2025, TMF will accept only LOIs and applications from Israeli organizations with a primary focus on Health, Legal Rights, and Personal Safety.
CJP provides opportunities for professionals to gather (virtually) and discuss timely topics, share knowledge, seek advice, and build relationships with colleagues in related professional areas. We encourage you to invite your colleagues to join, and welcome your participation to help shape these groups, suggest discussion topics, and ask questions.
For our CEO roundtable, please be in touch with Kimberlee Schumacher to receive this year’s dates and Zoom links.
with Jolie Helmbrecht, CJP's Consultant for Families with Young Children Networks
Monthly, Wednesdays at 11:00 a.m. ET
Wednesday, November 16
Wednesday, December 14
Wednesday, January 25
Wednesday, March 8
Wednesday, April 26
Wednesday, June 7
Wednesday, July 19
with Jennifer Weinstock, CJP's Senior Vice President of Development
Monthly, Mondays at 10:00 a.m. ET
Monday, September 19
Monday, November 14
Monday, December 19
Monday, January 9
Monday, February 6
Monday, March 13
Monday, April 3
Monday, May 8
Monday, June 12
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(Copy this link into your calendar to directly join the meeting at the scheduled time.)
We have created three Google Groups (also known as Listservs) in order to enable HR, development, and finance professionals to reach out to colleagues with questions, ideas, and resources. You do not need a Gmail address to join.
To join, please contact:
Development professionals: Chrissy Malon
Finance professionals: Drea Lister
HR professionals: Glen Davis
If you have questions or want to offer input into the design of these or other convenings of Jewish nonprofit professionals, please contact Kimberlee Schumacher, VP of Partnerships and Services.
Be sure to check out our Organization Resources page to access our six essential services and other resources to help your organization thrive.
For additional support, including for formal collaborations, or to share feedback so we can better understand our community’s needs, please contact Dara.