Natan

New Program Invites Russians To Hebrew School – For Parents

11/22/2015 - 19:00
Special To The Jewish Week

For many Russian-speaking Jewish parents living in NYC, the only connection to Judaism is through their children. Parents who came to America when they were teens during the 1980s and 1990s were less concerned about their Jewish heritage and instead focused on academic studies, on getting into a good college and on entering a lucrative profession. Now that their financial standing has improved this generation of parents wants to give their children something they themselves lacked, and in many cases are still lacking, a Jewish education.

Jewish Parent Academy

Natan, Wall Street's Giving Circle, Makes Grants To New Media, Africa

08/10/2015 - 20:00

Organizations that seek to integrate the Jewish LGBT community into the wider Jewish community, a day school geared to the needs of Jewish children with learning disabilities, and initiatives for Russian-speaking Jews in the United States are among recipients of 2015-16 grants from the Natan Fund, known as Wall Street’s giving circle.

The Smart Money: On The Food Scene

Wall Street giving circle Natan funds foodie groups in London and San Fran.
04/07/2013 - 20:00
Staff Writer

So, it seems the smart money’s on the food scene.

Goofing around at Gefiltefest. Photo courtesy Gefiltefest

Natan/Birthright Israel NEXT Grants for Social Entrepreneurs

Once you have an "innovative" idea how do you get it funded? Luckily, there are opportunities for young innovators to bring their projects to market and help foster their skills. We had the opportunity to speak with Felicia Herman of Natan and Emily Comisar from Birthright Israel Next about the Once you have an "innovative" idea how do you get it funded? Luckily, there are opportunities for young innovators to bring their projects to market and help foster their skills.

Natan/Birthright Israel NEXT Grants for Social Entrepreneurs

Once you have an "innovative" idea how do you get it funded? Luckily, there are opportunities for young innovators to bring their projects to market and help foster their skills. We had the opportunity to speak with Felicia Herman of Natan and Emily Comisar from Birthright Israel Next about the Once you have an "innovative" idea how do you get it funded? Luckily, there are opportunities for young innovators to bring their projects to market and help foster their skills.

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