Jewish Mosaic: The National Center for Sexual and Gender Diversity
PO Box 18743
Jewish Mosaic partners with Jewish organizations, communities, and individuals of every denomination to create a world where all Jews are fully included in communal life, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity.
As a national trans-denominational organization, Jewish Mosaic:
- Conducts strategic policy research on issues related to LGBT Jews and the Jewish world;
- Engages with questions of sexuality, gender and inclusion in Jewish sacred texts;
- Collaborates with allies, supporters, rabbis, scholars and activists across all movements in the Jewish communal world;
- Keeps LGBT issues on the agendas of national and international Jewish institutions;
- Provides LGBT-focused resources, education, and consulting to synagogues, Jewish organizations and Jewish communal leaders throughout the country and the world;
- Connects locally-based LGBT Jewish advocacy groups with one another;
- Delivers diversity training workshops that engage Jewish community members with LGBT issues in a Jewish framework;
- Engages LGBT and allied Jews in community building programs locally in Colorado and the San Francisco Bay Area.
Based in Denver, with a regional office in the San Francisco Bay Area, Jewish Mosaic is a managed project of Jewish Funds for Justice and was founded in 2003 by Judaic studies scholars Dr. Caryn Aviv and Dr. David Shneer.
Geographic areas served:
National; special outreach in Colorado and the San Francisco Bay Area