Schools & Synagogues
JWI has abuse prevention programs that teach tweens, teens, college students and young adults about healthy relationships, as well as financial literacy training for girls and young women, and a tzedakah project to bring books to children in domestic violence shelters.
- Bring interactive abuse prevention programs to your religious or secular school, to open an honest dialogue about healthy relationships, dating abuse and self-esteem:
- Bring the Life$avings financial literacy training to school - a program teaching girls and young women how to manage their money, and what it means for their future security.
- Rally your friends and community around supporting a JWI children's library at a domestic violence shelter near you. The Library Ambassador program is an ideal mitzvah project for bar/bat mitzvah classes or individual students.
- Join us for breakfast briefings in our Summer Series, for interns, college students and young professionals in Washington, DC.
JWI has created programs to help congregations recognize, understand, confront and prevent domestic abuse; enhance their ability to help at-risk women and families in their surrounding communities; and draw inspiration for Jewish living from our award-winning lifestyle magazine - a perfect resource for every synagogue library.