Birthright Israel NEXT Harvest to Harvest-learn about Judaism, food, the environment, communtiy service and find hundres of volunteer opportunities of all types nationwide.
Kol Foods – Kol Foods makes grass-fed, organic-raised and local meat available to kosher (and non-kosher) consumers.
Civil Divorce/Civil Get- Civil Divorce/Civil Get is a grass-roots organization begun in 2010 by a group of Mental Health professionals, rabbis, communal leaders, and Divorce Mediators.
ORA - ORA, the Organization for the Resolution of Agunot, is a not-for-profit organization which assists disputing couples in resolving their differences and effectuating a timely Jewish divorce in accordance with the highest standards of Jewish law.
Mitzvah Meat – A source of kosher, ethically raised and slaughtered, grass-fed meat from local New York farms. We are a meat co-op that will supply the New York Metropolitan area, with sites planned in Riverdale, Westchester, and New Jersey.
Kosher Conscience - Kosher meat co-op, with the commitment to the humane treatment of the animals we eat at every stage of the process within the confines of kashrut - Jewish dietary laws.
JACS - Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons, and Significant Others - JACS provides a supportive network of Jews who are successfully in recovery and co-dependence, as well as the communal professionals, clergy and educators who help them.
JCORPS - A non-denominational volunteer force of young Jews between 18-28.
Mussar Institute - The Mussar Institute exists to provide people with ideas and practical tools deriving from the Mussar tradition in Judaism that will help, guide and motivate them to develop and improve the qualities of their inner lives, in fulfillment of the potential of their souls as well as for the benefit of the world.
Jewish Family Service Agency is a comprehensive social service agency committed to addressing the human service needs of children, adolescents and adults. While guided by Jewish principles and values, JFSA's programs and services are open to all in the community.
JCRC, Intergroup Relations - The Jewish Community Relations Council's work on "Intergroup Relations" seeks to bring partnership, collaboration, and respect to create bridges between peoples of diverse ethnicities and faiths.
Social Action - SocialAction.com seeks to provide a Jewish framework that would motivate all Jews, regardless of affiliation, to become social activists by providing resources for their work.
Hazon - Creating a healthier and more sustainable Jewish community.
Avodah - Program that engages young people in direct work on the causes and effects of poverty in the United States.
AJWS - International development organization motivated by Judaism’s imperative to pursue justice.
Kavod House - Kavod Jewish Social Justice House in an innovative project to create a welcoming and vibrant Jewish community of people in their 20s and 30s, to develop the next generation of Jewish and progressive leaders, and to make a difference on critical social justice issues in Boston and beyond.
Jewish Alliance - The Jewish Alliance for Law and Social Action is a new membership-based non-profit organization based in Boston. We are dedicated to being a strong, progressive, inter-generational voice, inspired by Jewish teachings and values, for social justice, civil rights, and civil liberties.
Jews for Racial and Economic Justice – Organization with the goal to pursue racial and economic justice in New York City.
Panim – PANIM seeks to inspire every individual who participates in one of our programs to pursue their own vision of a better world.
Jewish Coalition for Service – an organization that seeks to inspire everyone in the Jewish community to dedicate a part of their lives to full-time, hands-on volunteer service.
Tzedek Hillel - Bringing social justice to Hillels across the country.
Mazon - A movement of tens of thousands of American Jews who have step
ped forward to solve one of the world’s most devastating – and most preventable – problems: hunger.
Jewish Council on Urban Affairs – combats poverty, racism, and anti-Semitism alongside partners from Chicago's diverse communities.
American Jewish Society for Service - The American Jewish Society for Service links social conscience to Jewish consciousness, engaging teenagers in acts of tikkun olam – repairing the world—one house, one park, one community center at a time.
Jewish Funds for Justice - JFSJ helps people in the United States achieve social and economic security and opportunity by investing in healthy neighborhoods, vibrant Jewish communities, and skillful leaders.