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Grant

GRANT

May 20, 2016

Studio G-dcast 2.0: Training a National Cadre of Jewish Text Animators

To fund an expansion of the Studio G-dcast Media Beit Midrash program by training a national cadre of educators to independently implement its methodology for using animation as a tool for Jewish text

GRANT

May 20, 2016

Passport to Peoplehood

To develop and expand the reach of its Passport to Peoplehood (P2P) program. Passport to Peoplehood (P2P) is an educational resource that strengthens Jewish identity by expanding children’s awaren


Award Person

AWARD PERSON

March 30, 2016

Jo Kay - 2001

Jo Kay was born into an Italian-Catholic family in Brooklyn, New York, and raised in a well-integrated community of Italians and Jews. Jo’s many Jewish friends welcomed her into their homes and taug

AWARD PERSON

March 30, 2016

Zion Ozeri - 2013

“Jewish education is at the core of who we are as a people, and ultimately what will sustain us. I believe that we must incorporate new technologies into our ancient traditions and values that can b

AWARD PERSON

March 30, 2016

Marc Kramer - 2006

Dr. Marc N. Kramer, the product of a Jewish intermarriage between a nominally Reform father and ritually-committed, deeply spiritual mother, was raised in a Jewish environment framed by the apposition


Videos

The Bintel Brief: Letters from Jewish Life on New York's Lower East Side

The Bintel Brief: Letters from Jewish Life on New York's Lower East Side

Ilana Ruskay-Kidd - 2016 Award Recipient

Ilana Ruskay-Kidd - 2016 Award Recipient

Ilana Ruskay-Kidd is the Founder and Head of School at The Shefa School in New York, a pluralistic Jewish day school that provides a Jewish environment for children with language-based learning challe

Yosef I. Abramowitz, Covenant Award Recipient – 2004 Acceptance Speech

Yosef I. Abramowitz, Covenant Award Recipient – 2004 Acceptance Speech


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About the Foundation

This is My Covenant with you... the words which I have put into your mouth shall not depart from you, not from your children, not from your children’s children henceforth and forever. (Isaiah 59:21)

The Pomegranate Prize

The Pomegranate Prize is designed to recognize emerging leaders in the field of Jewish education by encouraging them in their pursuits and offering the resources and connections necessary to accele

The Covenant Grants

The Covenant Foundation grants provide funding to help creative Jewish educators develop and implement significant and financially responsible approaches to Jewish education that are potentially adapt


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Galleries

2014 Awards Gala

Harlene Winnick Appelman, executive director of The Covenant Foundation welcomes guests to the Pomegranate Prize breakfast.

2014 Awards Gala

Eitan Tako, Caren Yanis, president of Crown Family Philanthropies, and Eli N. Evans.

2014 Awards Gala

2014 Covenant Award recipient Alison Kur with Rabbi Joel Sisenwine.