Get to know some of the philanthropists behind Israel’s prowess, progress, and positivity!
Dr. Miriam and Sheldon G. Adelson strive to strengthen the State of Israel and the Jewish people. The foundation supports other charities that have to do with the Holocaust and Anti-Semitism awareness, Israel advocacy, as well as Jewish and Zionist identity.
The Levine’s dedicate themselves to serving healthcare workers; providing human services, education, communities; and instilling Jewish values among those they help.
Merging modern philanthropic practices with traditional Jewish values, the Maimonedes Fund strives to advance the future of the Jewish people.
The Rodan Family wishes to invest in the future of the Jewish people with an emphasis on strong community connection.
The Schusterman’s believe in young people’s ability to change the world through educational opportunities and volunteering that will shape them as leaders.
6. Seed the Dream Foundation
Seed the Dream is committed to creating educational opportunities for all ages, with a focus on educational access, engagement, and awareness.
The Steinhardt’s philanthropy seeks to reinvigorate Jewish life and identity by reaching Jews on the greater margins of Jewish life. Their initiatives include connecting people with the Jewish civilization, the Hebrew language, and the lifestyle and culture of Israel.
The foundation works to strengthen educational endeavors and further the identity, continuity, and heritage of the Jewish people.
The network works with Jewish funders to maximize their impact and ability to make the change they want to see in the world.
For nearly 50 years, the fund has provided services to donors and committed themselves to the Jewish community. The fund works with a diverse base of donors who represent the diversity of the Jewish community.
11. The Harold Grinspoon Foundation
The Harold Grinspoon Foundation invests in projects that provide a strong investment for the Jewish community.
The foundation has funded innovative approaches to bring together people of different backgrounds in arts, media, storytelling, and the preservation of Jewish history.
The Nadav Fund launches projects and programs centered around strengthening the global Jewish family, by building platforms that allow Jews to connect.
The Tel Aviv Foundation — led by the city’s mayor, Ron Huldai — partners with donors around the world to meet the needs fo the City of Tel Aviv. Founded in 1977, it has established more than 600 projects and raised over $550 million worldwide.
The foundation seeks to match the values of its namesake by supporting ideas designed to promote Jewish continuity, support advances in medicine, foster religious understanding, and recognize individuals who have made a difference in the lives of others.
16. New Israel Fund
The founders of this fund aim to advance liberal democracy, including freedom of speech and minority rights, and to fight the inequality, injustice, and extremism that diminish Israel.
The Israel Forever Foundation seeks to engage, connect, and enlighten through experiential learning and apolitical activism.
For three decades, the Ronald S. Lauder Foundation has been dedicated to the rebuilding of Jewish communities in Europe that were deeply effected by the Holocaust and Communist rule.
Birthright Israel ensures that any Jew, no matter their level of Jewish education or observance, gets the chance to experience Israel.
Christians United for Israel devoted to transforming millions of pro-Israel Christians into an educated, empowered, and effective force for Israel
Members of Natan consolidate their charitable funds and decide collectively where the donation will go. They refer to this method as a giving circle.
The The Van Leer Group invests in and supports the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute, which engages in innovative interdisciplinary research in the humanities and the social sciences, as well as the Jerusalem Film Cinter.
The Milstein Family Foundation supports a variety of Israel-focused organizations, such as the Israeli-American Council (IAC) and the American Israel Education Foundation (the educational wing of AIPAC).