We are visionary women who support justice and social change through hands-on philanthropy and grantmaking.

Why Women of Vision? Hear From Our Members

Women of Vision, Philadelphia’s Jewish Women’s Foundation, transforms the lives of Jewish women and girls in Greater Philadelphia and in Israel. We choose innovative programs that create long-term change, addressing the underlying problems girls and women face.


Through our advocacy efforts, we educate over 500 members and the general public about issues like equal pay for equal work and sex trafficking. At our events, we grapple with challenges faced by girls and women, such as gun violence and college campus issues. We not only raise awareness, we find hands-on opportunities to take action.

Join in our vision and become a member of our foundation to find out how rewarding strategic grant making can be.


Throughout the year Women of Vision provides members with educational programs and materials about pressing issues facing Jewish women and girls, as well as opportunities to advocate on their behalf, such as meetings with elected officials in Washington, D.C., and Harrisburg.


Your contribution supports programs that enhance the lives of women and girls regionally and in Israel. Each woman has a vote in choosing how the funding is allocated each year.


Our work together not only strengthens our community at home; through our grant making we also build connections with women and girls in Israel.

Carry traditions forward

Jewish women are the carriers of many Jewish traditions. By empowering Jewish women, we ensure the continuity of Jewish values and the strength of the Jewish community.

2019-2020 grantees


Granted $40,000 over two years for the Sustaining Dinah program to mature to the next level of growth through increased organizational and financial sustainability. Dinah will now have more impact on definitions, behavior, engagement and policies surrounding domestic abuse in our local Jewish community.

Interfaith Philadelphia

Granted $30,000 over two years to Visionary Women, an intergenerational, interfaith program for women ages 16 to 90+ engaging issues at the intersection of religion, gender, and social justice. Through this program, Interfaith Philadelphia strives to equip women leaders in Greater Philadelphia with the skills and experiences needed to advocate for themselves and others across lines of religious difference and cultivate a more just and collaborative society.

Ta’amod: Stand Up!

Granted $50,000 over two years to stewarding whole Jewish workplaces where women can thrive and flourish in cultures of safety, respect, and equity. Ta’amod provides support, resources, and guidance for both organizations and individuals with a Jewish lens and with an expertise in the distinctive dynamics of the Jewish communal world.

jGirls Magazine

Granted $60,000 over two years to the jGirls Magazine Girls Empowerment Program, an innovative online community written by and for self-identifying Jewish girls, ages 13-19, across all backgrounds. This platform enables girls to share their voices with the world and each other, and the space to hone communication skills, explore identities, talk across difference, and engage with a wide circle of peers on their own terms.


Your gift at any level provides lifetime membership to Women of Vision.

LiberatHer (under age 45): $1,800 payable over two years

SupportHer (age 45 and over): $3,600 payable over two years

EntrustHer: $5,000 payable over two years

SustainHer: $10,000 payable over three years

MentHer: $18,000 payable over four years

LeadHer: $25,000 payable over five years

AmbassadHer: $36,000 payable over five years

BenefactHer: $50,000 payable over five years

EmpowerHer: Minimum of $100,000, half of which can be made as a planned gift. Includes membership for female relatives.