Partnerships are essential to the work of Entwine. Thank you to our closest partners who work with us to create a more dynamic global Jewish future.
By investing in promising Jewish education grant initiatives, the Jim Joseph Foundation seeks to foster compelling, effective Jewish learning experiences for young Jews in the United States. Established in 2006, the Jim Joseph Foundation has awarded more than $340 million in grants to engage, educate, and inspire young Jewish minds to discover the joy of living vibrant Jewish lives.
The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation ensures vibrant Jewish life by empowering young Jews to embrace the joy of Judaism, build inclusive Jewish communities, support the State of Israel and repair the world. Established in 1987 in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the Foundation also provides assistance to non-sectarian charitable organizations dedicated to enhancing the quality of life in our hometown, especially in the areas of education, child advocacy and youth development.
The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation is a part of the Charles and Lynn Schusterman Philanthropic Network, a global network of philanthropic initiatives focused on igniting the power in young people to create change for themselves, in the Jewish community and across the broader world. CLSPN also includes the Schusterman Foundation-Israel (SFI) and ROI Community (ROI).
Max "Lee" Leichtag and his wife, Andre “Toni” Leichtag, founded the Leichtag Family Foundation in 1991. Today the Leichtag Foundation, based in Carlsbad, California, focuses on combating poverty and increasing self-sufficiency for residents of coastal North County; supporting and inspiring vibrant Jewish life in coastal North County; strengthening education about the Holocaust and its modern-day lessons for tolerance, understanding, and civility; stimulating renewal, service, and social activism in Jerusalem, Israel; and building strong connections and relationships between San Diego and Israel.
From the Foundation’s inception in 1991 through March 2012, Leichtag Family Foundation and Leichtag Family Trust grants total more than $65 million to projects and programs in North County, San Diego, Jerusalem, and around the world.
Genesis Philanthropy Group is committed to supporting and launching projects, programming, and institutions that are focused on ensuring that Jewish culture, heritage, and values are preserved in Russian-speaking Jewish communities across the globe.
Pears Foundation is a British family foundation rooted in Jewish values. Our focus is on positive identity and citizenship.
Run by the Pears family, with the support of a full-time professional team, at the heart of everything we do are the Jewish values of social justice, individual responsibility and the desire to make a positive difference. Our programmes set out to create meaningful social action, increase respect and understanding and inspire people to support their communities and the causes they care about.
We provide more than money; we are in the business of creating positive social change through partnership. The issues and problems we care about and want to help tackle are many and varied. This is reflected in the diversity of programmes we run and support, including promoting citizenship and a positive contribution to British society, encouraging a stronger culture of giving in the UK, improving Holocaust education in schools, furthering the debate on Israel and its role in the world, and supporting the Jewish contribution to society.
Repair the World works to inspire American Jews and their communities to give their time and effort to serve those in need. We aim to make service a defining part of American Jewish life.
The Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village (ASYV) is a residential community in rural Rwanda. Its 144 acres are home to 500 youth who were orphaned during and after the genocide in 1994. The Village is designed to care for, protect and nurture these young people and began as a special project of JDC’s non-sectarian international development program.
BBYO is the leading pluralistic Jewish teen movement aspiring to involve more Jewish teens in more meaningful Jewish experiences. For almost 90 years, AZA and BBG chapters in communities around the world have been providing exceptional leadership programs and identity enrichment experiences, shaping the confidence and character of 250,000 alumni who are among the most prominent figures in business, politics, academia, the arts and Jewish communal life.
Now, BBYO’s network of Jewish teens, alumni, parents, volunteers and philanthropists serves as the Jewish community’s most valuable platform for delivering to the post Bar/Bat Mitzvah audience fun, meaningful and affordable experiences. With year-round activities in hundreds of local communities and inspiring world-wide travel experiences, BBYO’s broad program menu enables teens to explore areas of leadership, service, civic engagement, Israel education and Jewish values.
As a UK based international Jewish charity, WJR is committed to meeting the needs of individuals and communities living in poverty, assisting them in the transformation of their lives and livelihoods. Established in 1933 as the Central British Fund for German Jews, the charity rescued over 100,000 Jewish people from Germany before WWII, and was also largely responsible for organising the Kindertransport, bringing over 10,000 unaccompanied, mainly Jewish, children from Nazi-occupied Europe.
Today, WJR continues this proud tradition of assisting vulnerable communities, providing simple but effective services to those most acutely affected by poverty. Most of this work takes place across the former Soviet Union, where initiatives include provision of homecare, food, winter relief and medical support to the elderly, families with young children and those living with disability. WJR also recognises the importance of supporting long term sustainable programmes that enable clients to break the cycle of poverty and ultimately help themselves. WJR is proud to support initiatives that assist those both within and beyond our own community, in accordance with the imperative of Tikkun Olam, healing the world.