Chai Resources

 
 
 
We have provided a jumping off point for you, whether you are looking for more information about local organizations and offerings or need some good online resources. If you have suggestions for sites to be listed or have any questions, please contact Jenna Ross, Chai Program Coordinator.
 

 
Online Resources
MyJewishLearning.com is the leading transdenominational website of Jewish information and education. Offering articles and resources on all aspects of Judaism and Jewish life, the site is geared toward adults of all ages and backgrounds, from the casual reader looking for interesting insights, to non-Jews searching for a better understanding of Jewish culture, to experienced learners wishing to delve deeper into specific topic areas.
 
We offer a powerful custom Jewish calendar tool that lets you generate a list of Jewish holidays for any year (past, present or future). Also available are a Hebrew date converter, Shabbat candle lighting times and Torah readings (both full kriyah and triennial system), and a page to look up yahrzeits, birthdays and anniversaries.
 
Hebcal doesn’t have a denominational bias. We’re not Orthodox, Conservative, Reform, Reconstructionist, Renewal, Liberal, or Humanist. We are observant of the mitzvot, and we offer this website because we want to help other Jews with their observance.
 
Keshet is the only organization in the U.S. that works for LGBT inclusion in all facets of Jewish life — synagogues, Hebrew schools, day schools, youth groups, summer camps, social-service organizations and other communal agencies. Through training, community organizing and resource development, we partner with clergy, educators and volunteers to equip them with the tools and knowledge they need to be effective agents of change.
 
To assist organizations progress as they adapt to the continuing changes and challenges of the 21st Century, eJewish Philanthropy was launched in 2007 as an on-line publisher and a facilitator of resource mobilization serving the professional Jewish community.
 
Striving to provide all our visitors with sustained access to external resources, we serve as an instant publishing channel highlighting the latest happenings in the world of Jewish philanthropy. We also bring you original thought pieces on issues facing our community along with information on the newest digital and best practice strategies as they relate to managing and promoting a nonprofit organization.
 
Forging partnerships worldwide, eJewish Philanthropy continues to serve as a global bulletin board showcasing grassroots Jewish activists and community builders, new generations of idealists and trend setters who are embracing the challenges of our future. We highlight the people, ideas, relationships and projects being developed by this vibrant community.
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