Join the Network of Jewish Human Service Agency’s for the 2018 Inaugural Conference, which will focus on the role that NJHSA and its member agencies can play to strengthen each other as well as provide the highest level of service to constituents through innovation, service delivery and best practices, successful collaborations, and advocacy and government affairs.
The Network of Jewish Human Service Agencies was formed in January 2017 when the two leading Jewish services organizations – the Association of Jewish Family and Children’s Agencies (AJFCA) and the International Association of Jewish Vocational Services (IAJVS) – joined forces.
The Network is a membership association of more than 140 non-profit organizations in the United States, Canada and Israel. Its members provide a full range of human services for the Jewish community and beyond, including healthcare, career, employment and mental health services, as well as programs for youth, family and seniors, Holocaust survivors, immigrants and refugees, people with disabilities and caregivers.
The Network strives to be the leading voice for this sector, to be the go-to place for innovation, best practices, collaboration and advocacy, as well as to strengthen agencies to better serve their communities.
NJHSA's Center for Innovation & Research is in the development process and aims to be an array of resources the Network could apply to help Members transform ideas and opportunities into actions through collaborations and partnerships with start-up companies, universities, foundation and corporations, philanthropists and government. Learn more here.
The Network's 2018 Conference Registration is Open!
Interested in reducing rising costs associated with health insurance premiums, while providing strong and attractive benefits to your employees? Consider NJHSA's sponsored health insurance plan, launched in 2018 and going strong with four participating agencies. Learn more during a February informative webinar.
NJHSA's partner, JFNA's Center for Advancing Holocaust Survivor Care, is proud to announce the award of $2.8 million in grants to 30 organizations across the country. In this third year of programming, they will distribute $2.2 million to 21 organizations for new projects and an additional $662,500 to last year's awardees to sustain ongoing programs. Together with matching funds, this will result in $4 million in programming for this program year. Learn more here.
NETWORK Updates regarding timely news, advocacy alerts, funding opportunities, call/webinar details, upcoming events, tools & resources, member highlights, and available career opportunities can be found here.
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