Partners

ֿFounding Partners

Jewish Agency For Israel

From founding and building the State of Israel to planting the seeds of friendship between Jewish communities separated by distance, since 1929, we have been securing a vibrant Jewish future for generations to come.

The Ogen Group

Ogen, formerly known as the Israel Free Loan Association (IFLA), is a non-profit social lending enterprise, providing affordable credit to disadvantaged segments of the Israeli public.

UJA-Federation of New York

UJA-Federation of NY, the world's largest philanthropy, cares for Jews everywhere and New Yorkers of all backgrounds, responds to crises close to home and far away, and shapes our Jewish future.

The Kirsh Foundation

The fund was established to help entrepreneurs with no financial ability to start new businesses. The foundation is named after philanthropist Nate Kirsh of South Africa.

Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation

The core philosophy of the Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation is grounded in the beliefs of our founders and the family's shared Jewish values that life’s purpose is found in service to others.

Zeff Kesher Foundation

The mission of the Zeff Kesher Foundation is to build and strengthen the connection between North America and Israel.

Additional Partners

Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP)

CJP is proud to partner with many organizations whose programs, services, and events educate, engage, renew, and inspire the 120,000 Jewish households in the Greater Boston area.

Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County

Strengthen Jewish identity, energize the relationship with Israel and meet human needs that are uniquely the obligation of the Jewish community.

Ministry of Economy

The Ministry of Economy and Industry is a one the operational government ministries responsible for providing tools and support mechanisms designed to advance the Israeli economy and encourage financial growth.

Jewish Venture Philanthropy Fund

JVPF is a group of individuals who have pooled their financial resources and business planning skills to fund and support new and innovative programs, consistent with Jewish values.

JFNA

The Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA) represents nearly 400 independent Jewish communities, which raise and distribute more than $2 billion annually, including through planned giving and endowment programs to build flourishing Jewish communities domestically, in Israel, and around the world.

Jewish Federation of Detroit

They take care of those in need and build a vibrant Jewish future in Detroit, Israel and for Jews around the world. They are there for the collective Jewish family, including many individuals they will never meet. And thanks to the generosity and commitment of our Detroit community, they’re there for Good.

Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh

They cultivate resources, connect people and collaborate across the community and to Israel to live and fulfill Jewish values.

IDB

IDB provides financial and technical support to national and sub-national governments and other entities and conducts cutting-edge research. IDB drives progress in health, education, infrastructure, climate action and diversity, among other fundamental issues, to reduce poverty and improve lives.

The Mack Ness Fund

The Mack Ness Fund of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater MetroWest NJ (JCF) is helping to revitalize Israel’s Negev region. The Fund supports economic development in the region, with special focus on increasing the region’s population and promoting economic growth.

The Riklis Family

The Riklis Foundation - A family foundation located in New York that supports social initiatives in Israel and around the world

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Israel is at war

Small Israeli businesses need your support now more than ever. SparkIL has expanded the eligibility for recieving a loan to any business that has been affected by the war