2004: Goal I / Objective 3

The Nathan Cummings Foundation


2004: Goal I / Objective 3

GOAL I: Jewish Life and Values
To extend the presence and influence of the values of tolerance, social justice (tzedec) loving kindness (chesed), mutual respect, and ethical behavior within the Jewish world both to enhance Jewish life and to assist in the promotion of a more just society.

OBJECTIVE 3: To promote these values by strengthening the capacity of Jews and the Jewish community to engage with major issues of social and economic justice and stewardship of the earth

List of Grants that fall under this Objective/Strategy:

American Jewish World Service/Alumni Initiative

Brit Tzedek v’Shalom/Spirit of Geneva—From the Ground Up

Camp Isabella Freedman of Conn, Inc./ADAMAH

Edah, Inc./Tikun Olam: Merging Action and Study

The Foundation for Jewish Campus Life/Tzedek Hillel

Independent Media Institute/SPIN Project and AlterNet.org

Interfaith Funders, Inc./Faith-based Community Organizing Seminary Training

Jewish Coalition for Service/Jewish Service Alumni Initiative

Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Boston/Synagogue Organizing Project

Jewish Council for Public Affairs/Coalition on the Environment and Jewish Life 

Jewish Council for Public Affairs/Cover the Uninsured Week 2004 Interfaith Activities

Jewish Council on Urban Affairs/National Initiative

Jewish Family & Life, Inc./Project Manna 


Jewish Fund for Justice, Inc./Faith-based Community Organizing Initiative 

Judson Memorial Church/New York Jobs with Justice Religious Organizing Project

Lummi Indian Business Council/Lummi Youth Leadership Academy

New Israel/Religious Pluralism/Environment/Bedouin Negev Initiatives

PANIM: The Institute for Jewish Leadership and Values, Inc./Jewish Civics Initiative Planning

Progressive Jewish Alliance/General Support

Rockwood Leadership Program/Leadership Training for the Next Generation of Jewish Social Change Leaders

The Shefa Fund/The Shefa Fund’s Social Investment Programs: TZEDEC and Shareholder Activism