The Stories Jews Tell


Join the Tikvah Society Today.

Invest in Jewish and Zionist Excellence.

The Tikvah Society is a philanthropic community interested in Jewish, Zionist, and American ideas; committed to a strong and sovereign Israel; and devoted to ensuring that young Jews have the moral and intellectual courage to advance Jewish civilization in the modern age.

All gifts are tax-deductible.

For more information, please contact Alexandra Rosenberg by phone at 646-218-9022 or email at arosenberg@tikvahfund.org.

Your support goes directly to our educational programs for young Jews and Zionists. This includes:

  • Scholarships for exceptional high-school and college students participating in our summer institutes and year-long fellowships.

  • New courses for middle-school and high-school students in Tikvah Online Academy.

  • Special programs for Jewish parents and grandparents concerned about Jewish continuity and the fight against anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism.

As a Tikvah Society member, you gain premium subscriber access to our full set of publications, podcasts, video courses, and webinars.

Includes Mosaic magazine, the new "Mosaic Briefing" monthly conversations with Jonathan Silver, "Bible 365" and "Jerusalem 365" podcasts with Rabbi Meir Soloveichik, "The Stories Jews Tell" podcast with Ruth Wisse, and more.

Membership includes access to our ongoing Tikvah Open University courses—including live Q&A with some of the world’s leading Jewish and Zionist thinkers.

  •  Tikvah Open University courses occur throughout the year and are accessible anywhere—live, online, and fully interactive.

  • Our courses assume no prior knowledge in any field, and we explore a wide range of subjects—including Jewish thought and the Hebrew Bible, Zionist politics and history, Jewish literature and culture, Jews in America and more.

  • Our 2023 lineup of master teachers includes Daniel Gordis, Leon Kass, Ruth Wisse, Micah Goodman, J. J. Schacter, and Jeffrey Saks.

Additional benefits available to Tikvah Society Partners, Leaders, and Benefactors include:

  • VIP seating and reception for those who purchase tickets to the Jewish Leadership Conference.

  • Invitation to Tikvah's Leadership Shabbaton with Rabbi Meir Soloveichik.

  • Invitation to participate in the annual Tikvah Chairman's Private Dinner.

  • Invitation to join Tikvah’s Leadership Mission to Israel—led by Rabbi Meir Soloveichik.

Join the Tikvah Society

Society Member
$2,000 annually

Society Partner
$5,000 annually

Society Leader
$10,000 annually

Full access to Tikvah Open University, including private Q&A sessions with our master teachers

All Society Member benefits, plus:

All Society Partner benefits, plus:

Full access to Mosaic, Tikvah's online magazine of Jewish thought and public affairs

Invitation to Tikvah's Leadership Shabbaton with Rabbi Meir Soloveichik

Invitation to participate in the annual Tikvah Chairman’s Private Dinner with Elliott Abrams and VIP guests

Full access to all Tikvah podcasts, including Rabbi Meir Soloveichik’s “Bible 365” and "Jerusalem 365," Ruth Wisse’s “The Stories Jews Tell,” and more

VIP seating and reception for those who purchase tickets to the Jewish Leadership Conference

Exclusive "Insider Briefings" from Tikvah leadership

Invitations to exclusive

events and webinars with Tikvah faculty and leading public intellectuals

Society Benefactor
$25,000 annually

All Society Partner benefits, plus:

An invitation to join Tikvah’s Leadership Mission to Israel—led by Rabbi Meir Soloveichik—where you’ll meet with current-day political, civic, and religious leaders who are shaping modern Israel

For more information, please contact Alexandra Rosenberg, senior director of development, by phone (646-218-9022) or email (arosenberg@tikvahfund.org).

Tikvah is a 501(c)(3) private operating foundation.
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