Peer networks are a driver of impactful philanthropy and a multiplier of philanthropic capacity.
Peer networks are groups of funders, organized by field of interest, who join together to educate themselves about advancements in the field, share best practices, learn from each other, and collaborate. By joining peer networks, funders signal a commitment to maximize their philanthropic impact. JFN and its members use the power of networks to address the collective needs of the Jewish people.
The current JFN peer networks grew organically from groups of funders convening at JFN events with expressed interests to strategically strengthen their fields of interest, leveraging the position of JFN to facilitate the network. JFN is currently expanding the Peer Network program.
For more information about peer networks, contact Ruthie Rotenberg at (212) 726 0177 x209, or firstname.lastname@example.org.