Women of Vision Foundation of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia awards grants to programs that impact the lives of self-identifying Jewish women and girls across generations, leading to social justice and social change.
During the 2017-2018 Grant Cycle, Women of Vision Foundation awarded $99,000 to four organizations in the Philadelphia area and in Israel.
INTERFAITH CENTER OF GREATER PHILADELPHIA: $31,000
Visionary Women: Rooted in Faith, Committed to Justice – an intergenerational, interfaith, all-women workshop series that emphasizes strengthened identity and increased empathy as key components to becoming change agents for tolerance and understanding.
Igniting Your Advocacy – a campaign that engages and trains Jewish women to become gun violence prevention advocates in particular, and advocates in general.
SENIORLAW CENTER: $25,000
Protecting the Legal Rights of Older Jewish Women – a program which provides legal services, training and community education to empower older Jewish women, allowing them to age in place with independence and dignity.
ATZUM – JUSTICE WORKS: $18,000
Task Force on Human Trafficking and Prostitution – a legislative, advocacy and educational effort in Israel to end human trafficking and to protect women and girls from abuse.