Prospective Members and Allies

Roundtable organizations mobilize American Jews to address domestic social justice in the United States, within Israel, and within developing nations. They have a track record of constructive collaboration with partners and endorse our mission and norms.

On an annual basis, the Roundtable organizes an application process for groups to become Members or Allies of the Roundtable.

Roundtable Members:

  • Help determine the direction of the Roundtable’s work and priorities.

  • Have access to additional resources and funding for shared Roundtable work.

  • Network with and learn from other institutions in the Jewish social justice field.

  • Access training and resources to build programmatic, fundraising and communications capacities.

  • Receive funding for the CEO/Executive Director to attend an annual invitation-only retreat to discuss the state of the field, network and discuss collaborative campaigns and shared work.

  • Are invited to attend the Roundtable’s periodic Network Assembly.

  • Contribute to strengthening the profile of the Jewish social justice field in the Jewish community and beyond.​

There are many Jewish organizations with social justice agendas for whom a more informal connection with the Roundtable is more appropriate. The Allies category provides an opportunity for the Roundtable to support organizations doing all kinds of social justice work and it enables all of us to think broadly about the Jewish social justice movement.

Roundtable Allies:

  • Network with and learn from other institutions in the Jewish social justice field.

  • Access training and resources to build programmatic, fundraising and communications capacities.

  • Are invited to attend the Roundtable’s periodic Network Assembly.

 

How to apply

New Member and Ally applications are reviewed annually during the summer months, with new members and allies admitted each August. If your organization is interested in being part of the Roundtable, please email Abby Levine, Director of the Roundtable, for more information.