The Stories Jews Tell

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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.

Membership Begins at $2,000
All Gifts are Tax-Deductible

Questions? Please contact Lanita Warner by phone at 646-218-9045 or email at lwarner@tikvahfund.org.

As a Tikvah Society member, you are invited to join us for our major annual gatherings: the Jewish Leadership Conference and/or the Bible 365 Shabbat with Rabbi Meir Soloveichik.

We created the Jewish Leadership Conference to bring together serious Jews, courageous Zionists, and proud Americans for a day of high-level conversation and debate with some of the world’s leading thinkers and policymakers. As a Society member, you receive two complimentary tickets to this important in-person gathering on Sunday, June 12, 2022. And this year, in celebration of the near-completion of the Bible 365 daily podcast, we are hosting a special pre-conference Shabbat on June 10-11, 2022, led in-person by Rabbi Meir Soloveichik. Our Shabbat theme: how the great ideas of the Hebrew Bible shaped America and the West.

Full access to our ongoing series of 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 master teachers include Ruth Wisse, Micah Goodman, Elliott Abrams, Daniel Gordis, Michael Doran, and Rabbi Meir Soloveichik.

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.

This includes Mosaic, the "Bible 365" Podcast with Rabbi Meir Soloveichik, our Jewish Parents Forum series, the Jerusalem Roundtable, and our newest podcast, "The Stories Jews Tell," on Jewish literature with Ruth Wisse.

Join the Tikvah Society

Society Member
$2,000 / yr

Society Partner
$5,000 / yr

Society Leader
$10,000 / yr

Two complimentary tickets to the Jewish Leadership Conference or our Bible 365 Shabbat with Rabbi Soloveichik

All Society Member benefits, plus:

All Society Partner benefits, plus:

Two complimentary tickets to both the Jewish Leadership Conference and our Bible 365 Shabbat with Rabbi Soloveichik

An invitation to join Tikvah’s one-week Leadership Mission to Israel—led by Tikvah chair Elliott Abrams—where you'll experience first-hand Tikvah's impact on the defining issues facing the modern State of Israel.

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

Invitations to exclusive

events and webinars with Tikvah faculty and leading public intellectuals

Private invitations to join Tikvah’s in-person educational programs, briefings, and special events

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

Named sponsorship of a Tikvah podcast episode, essay, or online academy course

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

We are also pleased to announce a new Society Benefactor level for those contributing $25,000 annually. Benefactors will have additional naming opportunities and be eligible to join Tikvah’s Advisory Board. 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.
Your contribution is tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. EIN # 13-3676152
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