With a growing international footprint and new intensive trainings, resources, and consulting services, the Jewish Teen Funders Network is about to rebrand as Honeycomb, focusing on helping educators and community leaders run immersive Jewish philanthropy experiences and programs and other meaningful grantmaking activities for youth and families.
The name “Honeycomb” represents the interlocking elements of group philanthropy experiences and the richness—both in impact and in meaning—that comes from those experiences. Honey itself also carries special symbolism in Jewish traditions and stories, most notably when consumed on Rosh Hashanah. As part of the rebrand, Honeycomb has unveiled new programs, immersive trainings, curriculum development, and consultations available for educators and professionals who run youth philanthropy programs in a variety of settings—Federations, schools, synagogues, community centers, foundations, camps and elsewhere. Honeycomb will also support and offer expertise to families on how to engage their youth in their giving.
Get a sneak peek at the new website and learn more about Honeycomb's services for JFN members at this special, invitation-only briefing with Honeycomb Executive Director Wayne Green and JFN President and CEO Andrés Spokoiny.