Birthright recruits Israelis for mifgash with Jewish volunteers

As hundreds of volunteers land each week, our partner Birthright is looking for Israelis to join them. Thanks to a partnership between Mosaic United and the Ministry for Diaspora Affairs and Combating Antisemitism with Birthright, thousands of volunteers are arriving on Israel’s shores to help in the aftermath of October 7th. As part of the […]

Light Up the World

On the first night of Hanukkah, the Ministry for Diaspora Affairs and Combating Antisemitism is sponsoring a live, global online Hanukkah event. October 7th was one of the darkest days in the history of the Jewish people. December 7th will be one of the most illuminated days. Many Mosaic United partners around the world will […]

Mosaic United targeted grants to mobilize 1,500+ local pro-Israel volunteers

Mosaic United is providing targeted grants to nine organizations to mobilize more than 1,500 pro-Israel volunteers around the world. In the wake of devastating attacks in Israel and antisemitic upheavals around the world, global Jewry and Israel stand united in unwavering solidarity.  Mosaic United – through Shalom Corps and Mosaic Teens – is proud to […]

Crisis response training for community leaders and mental health practitioners

Our partners at United Hatzalah of Israel are offering a unique training to help Jewish communities worldwide. On November 28th and November 29th, a free one-hour, interactive Zoom workshop will be led by the leaders of Hatzalah’s Psychotrauma Crisis Unit, Drs. Sharon Slater and Einat Kaufman. The courses are available for free, with one geared […]

Shalom Corps launches public advocacy briefings for partners

With growing disinformation and anti-Jewish activity on the internet, Shalom Corps is launching a series of briefings to give partner organizations tools to combat disinformation and anti-Jewish activity on the internet. The first briefing was held on November 1 with Hashomer Hatzair. Thirty leaders hailing from the US, Canada, Europe, Kazakhstan, and beyond, participated. The […]

Shalom Corps grants 37 NGOs $3.8M to fund 4,400 volunteers

Before the end of 2023, 37 organizations will be sponsoring 4,400 young Jews to engage in meaningful Jewish volunteering across 33 countries, thanks to a $3.8M dollar investment by Mosaic United’s Shalom Corps. In June, Shalom Corps announced two different requests for proposals for Global Immersive Service Programs and Heritage Initiatives. Fifty-two organizations submitted applications […]

Unleashing Heroes for Life: Connecting Israeli and global Jewry in doing good

In a world deeply in need of repair, there are shining examples of individuals and organizations dedicated to making a difference. One such organization is Heroes for Life, a remarkable Israeli non-profit that has been transforming lives and communities around the world through its humanitarian efforts. Supported and enabled by Shalom Corps, Heroes for Life […]

$3.7 million fund to support Jewish volunteering solicits proposals

Shalom Corps is excited to announce that $3.7 million in funding is available to assist organizations in providing meaningful volunteering opportunities to young Jews. $3 million is available through the Global Immersive Service Program request for proposals (RFP). The global initiative provides meaningful volunteering journeys which connect volunteers to each other while strengthening their Jewish […]

Shalom Corps sponsors Jewish learning session at Focal Point 2023

Last week, OLAM hosted its celebrated Focal Point gathering, and Shalom Corps was pleased to sponsor and participate. OLAM’s Focal Point is an exclusive opportunity for Jewish individuals and organizations engaged in global service, international development, and humanitarian aid to network, exchange ideas and best practices, and celebrate their shared commitment to serving the world’s […]

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