Forward-Thinking Jewish Educational Organizations and Initiatives are Awarded a Total of $1.6 Million. Approximately $1.8 Million to Be Disbursed in 2016
Five innovative and outstanding emerging Jewish educators are the 2015 recipients of The Covenant Foundation’s Pomegranate Prize. Recipients are from Baltimore; Marblehead, MA; New York; Tempe, AZ; and West Hills, CA
Three visionary educators demonstrating the power of inspired Jewish education to create change and drive impact are the 2015 recipients of The Covenant Award for excellence in the field, The Covenant Foundation announced today.
The Covenant Foundation announced $1.6 million in new grants today as part of its mission to support and advance excellence and impact in Jewish education. Across the spectrum of Jewish educational venues and approaches – from community centers and digital labs, to day schools and synagogues – this new round of grants underscores a commitment to innovative work that is redefining and strengthening the scope, reach and depth of Jewish education.
Diverse group of Jewish educational organizations and initiatives awarded grants totaling $1.6 million; approximately $1.8 million to be disbursed in 2014.