All events are Eastern Time unless otherwise indicated.
Date(s) - Jun 12
8:00 am - 3:00 pm
In an effort to engage in meaningful dialogue with US and Canadian NJHSA member agencies who are interested in adapting the successful JFS Seattle Project Kavod Jewish Education Initiative for their agency/community, the Covenant Foundation is convening a one-day consultation in New York City. (The meeting location will be sent to confirmed agency participants.)
The Covenant Foundation will fully fund the transportation and hotel costs for up to two senior professional leaders from US and Canadian NJHSA member agencies to participate in this one-day consultation. The goal of the consultation is to learn about the impact of the JFS Seattle Project Kavod initiative and to determine together with Covenant Foundation leadership, program and funding models which could work for NJHSA and its member agencies.
Please join us for this one-day consultation :
- If you are committed to exploring innovative ways to elevate the Jewish values which guide your agency.
- If you are looking for ways to educate your staff, board and volunteers on your agency’s identity as a Jewish human service provider.
- If you find yourself struggling to make the “Jewish connection” a meaningful one for your key stakeholders.
- If your senior professional and lay leadership are committed to develop a Jewish education initiative which meets the needs of your agency/community.
- If you believe you have the capacity to identify matching dollars to support your initiative.
- If you are a decision maker and can speak on behalf of your agency/community with knowledge and capacity to initiate change.
The names of your confirmed agency representatives should be sent to Elisa Hirsch at NJHSA by the close of business on Monday, April 15th.
NJHSA will then make all travel and hotel arrangements on your behalf and will coordinate details with you directly.
General questions about the one-day consultation and/or the JFS Seattle Project Kavod initiative should be directed to Reuben Rotman at NJHSA.