JCA & UIA announce Philanthropy Fellowship

September 6, 2021 by Community newsdesk
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A new  Sydney communal initiative marks another step in innovation in the fundraising space. The JCA & UIA 2021 Philanthropy Fellowship, delivered by the Australian Jewish Funders (AJF).

The Fellowship envisions young Jewish leaders who are partners in shaping a community that is vibrant, inclusive and meaningful. The Fellowship seeks to expand philanthropic leadership in the NSW Jewish community by harnessing the ambition, aspiration and passion of emerging philanthropists. The program will offer participants the opportunity to explore how their actions and influence can be harnessed to become agents of change, developing skills and a deeper understanding about impactful giving to inspire and enact your philanthropic aspirations.

Candidates will:

  • Engage and develop relationships with leading community


  • Learn through interactive case studies, peer sharing,

conversations with experts and skill-building exercises

  • Access new tools, approaches, learnings and collaborations
  • to grow impactful philanthropy
  • Gain an intimate understanding of the role, responsibilities and challenges faced by our Jewish community and Israel.
  • Understand and measure the impact and due diligence of giving
  • Participate in an inspiring ‘Night of Giving’ to support JCA & UIA programming


The ideal candidate for the Fellowship is aged between 25 and 40 seeking to explore their unique philanthropic identity and engagement in the Sydney Jewish community.   Applications are open now for the 2021 Philanthropy Fellowship until 19 September and can be accessed at https://bit.ly/2Yzq6lD.


For more information on the JCA & UIA 2021 Philanthropy Fellowship, email giving@ajf.org.au

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