Mitzvah Corps exposes participants to a range of perspectives, cultures, and experiences, connecting them to individuals and organizations that are having a significantly positive impact on their respective communities. Alumni of Mitzvah Corps come away with a unique grasp of the ways that Judaism is relevant, meaningful, and empowering in their ability to create lasting change in the world around them. Programmatically and financially, these programs would not be made possible without the support of our partners.
The RAC (Religious Action Center) provides programmatic support, ensuring that advocacy is a skill that all teens take home. Our shared vision for creating a world of justice and peace has given way to meaningful partnerships.
For over 50 years, NFTY in Israel has been a leader in Israel travel for teens. Their expertise in safety and security standards are instrumental in our programs.
Rustic Pathways empowers students through innovative and responsible travel experiences to positively impact lives and communities around the world.
Keshet is a national organization led and supported by LGBTQ Jews and straight allies. Keshet cultivates the spirit and practice of inclusion in all parts of the Jewish community.
Over the past 50 years, JCUA (Jewish Council on Urban Affairs) has been the Jewish voice for social justice in Chicago, combating poverty, racism, and anti-Semitism in partnership with diverse communities. JCUA and its members are powerful advocates for positive social change.
The Goldring/Woldenberg Institute of Southern Jewish Life (ISJL) promotes Judaism and our heritage through innovative programs and shared resources, and provides historic preservation and community engagement throughout the South.
Since 2009, Repair the World has made meaningful service a defining element of American Jewish life. Repair mobilizes tens of thousands of young Jews to volunteer, which help transform neighborhoods, cities, and lives through meaningful service experiences rooted in Jewish values, learning, and history.
For over 60 years WRJ (Women of Reform Judaism) has contributed to the success of Reform Jewish Youth with time, advocacy and financial support. We are grateful for the WRJ's ongoing commitment to youth engagement and social justice.
We're always looking for more incredible partners in new cities around the world. If you're part of an organization that shares our values and philosophy, and are interested in working with us, contact our team!