Civilly Speaking: A Curriculum on Civil Discourse
Sight Line 18: Contemplating Civil Discourse, The Jewish Imperative
The Covenant Foundation Mourns the Loss of Rabbi Richard Levy, z"l
The Covenant Foundation is saddened by the loss of Rabbi Richard N. Levy, a beloved rabbi, teacher and friend to so many. May his memory be a blessing.
Ramah Darom Dugma Project
For the support of activities related to its new facility which serves small rural communities in the Southeastern United States.
Jewish Education through an Animated Shorts Series
This grant funded the creation of a traveling version of multi-media and visual artist Hanan Harchol’s exhibition and a meaningful educational resource manual that serves as both an exhibition catal
Shinui: National Jewish Education Innovation Network
To establish Shinui, a network that brings together community agencies across the country to spark, nurture, and spread innovation in part-time Jewish education. The Shinui network currently includes
Danny Siegel - 1993
Danny Siegel was raised in Arlington, Virginia, the child of a “country doctor” father and of a mother who devoted her time to the Hadassah organization and to her synagogue’s sister
Amnon Haramati z”l - 1994
Rabbi Amnon Haramati was born in Jerusalem. His parents came to Eretz Israel as religious pioneers in the early 1920s. In 1948 he had the historic privilege of participating in the defense of Jerusale
Richard N. Levy z”l - 1994
Rabbi Richard N. Levy was born in Rochester, New York, surrounded by a family with strong roots in Rochester’s Jewish life. His great-grandfather Isaac Lipsky (an uncle of Zionist leader Louis L
Covenant in Action - Camp Yofi
Rabbi Loren Sykes, a Covenant Award recipient, offers an inside look at Camp Yofi, a nationally recognized and one-of-a-kind week-long camp for Jewish children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their
The Creation of an Artists’ Beit Midrash, A Jewish Artists Lab
Covenant Award recipient Jody Hirsh explains the genesis of the Artists’ Beit Midrash, a Jewish Artists’ Lab which originated at the Harry and Rose Samson Family Jewish Community Center in Milwauk
Educating for the Heart: Krista Tippett in Conversation with Dr. Arnold M. Eisen
On November 14, 2018, The Covenant Foundation and The Jewish Theological Seminary co-sponsored a symposium in memory of Dr. Jonathan S. Woocher. Titled “Accessing Jewish Wisdom,” the symposium fea
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
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.