My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Jewish Funds for Justice, New York, NY, USA
My primary contact with JFSJ is as a participant in the Selah Leadership Program. Selah is incredibly high quality program that both creates community, builds individual skills and helps people to envision their work as part of a broader social justice movement. This is hard to accomplish together. I stayed invovled as a volunteer organizer for Selah and am always impressed by four main elements of the work: thoughtful, inclusive, pushing to a deeper level and organized. My other interaction was years ago as a grantseeker and I remember not always being clear on why they were attracted to certain social justice organizations and not others (we didn't get funded!) I hope to stay involved--JFSJ has been excellent at convening powerful and creative groups of people committed to justice and change.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
consistent, caring, focused on including many points of view, able to combine work and fun and creative.
How frequently have you been involved with the organization?
About every month
When was your last experience with this nonprofit?