Jewish Funders Network views the recent demonstration of Nazis and other white supremacists in Charlottesville, Va., and the acts of terrorism that accompanied it, with outrage, sadness, and contempt. To say that we condemn white supremacy is virtually redundant; to exist as Jews, and to exist as true philanthropists, is to be a living contradiction to Nazism, white supremacy, and all forms of hatred.Read more
JFN stands in solidarity with the ADL and JCCs across the country as they face a wave of bomb threats, and with the Jewish communities of St. Louis and Philadelphia in the wake of vandalous cemetery desecrations.Read more
The Leo and Libby Nevas Family Foundation, a JFN member organization, has launched a new grant program to address urgently the rapid rise of bigotry and hate speech aimed at a broad spectrum of minorities during the recent campaign and following the election. These minorities include populations defined by religion, ethnicity, race, national origin, immigration status, gender, sexual orientation and others.Read more
JFN stands in solidarity with the victims of the brutal terrorist attack in Orlando, with their loved ones, and with victims of hate crimes and terror everywhere. We strongly condemn all anti-LGBT hatred, whether among Islamic extremists, among our own communities, or anywhere else. We resolve to work toward a world in which all people have peace, security, and freedom.
We are outraged at the continuous campaign of murder being inflicted upon Israelis.Read more
JFN exprime sa solidarité et son soutien au peuple français dans ces moments tragiques. Nos pensées et nos prières sont avec les victimes et avec nos partenaires et amis à Paris. Les valeurs que la France a offert au monde s'imposeront face à cet attentat lâche et sanglant. Liberté, égalité et fraternité!Read more