Did you miss Harriet Bograd’s birthday? There’s still time to send your best wishes..!

Did you know Harriet Bograd turned 70 this past Saturday? This milestone birthday is an inspiration to those of us who already admire Harriet for her practical yet compassionate approach to her work, and to all aspects of her life. Did you also know you can send birthday greetings and support Kulanu, Inc – the […]

Modreck Maeresera’s Presentations a Hit!

The first Kulanu-Lemba Speaking Tour, which started with a fantastic opening event at the 92nd Street Y in Manhattan on February 7, concluded in Maryland on March 3. Modreck Maeresera, our impressive speaker, has returned to Harare so he can be with his family in Zimbabwe in time to prepare for Passover. The speaking tour […]

Abayudaya Students Earn High Test Scores

Congratulations to last year’s seventh graders at the Abayudaya Elementary School in Uganda, who got wonderful grades on the national Primary Leaving Exams! Of the 26 students who were completing primary school, 8 got First Level scores, and the remaining 18 got Second Level. No students got grades of Third or Fourth Level. Until this […]

Kulanu Makes Contact with (New) Communities

In addition to our long-time relationships with communities in Uganda, Zimbabwe, El Salvador, and other places, we continue to make new relationships with communities in Bialystok, Poland; Guatemala City, Guatemala; Granada, Nicaragua; and additional communities in El Salvador! Watch for articles in the upcoming KulanuNews about some of these new connections! Photo: Sharing challah at Beit Bialystock in Poland, November 2012. Courtesy Beit […]

Welcome to our New Partners, the Coexist Foundation!

I am thrilled to report that Kulanu has partnered with the Coexist Foundation to support the Abayudaya schools in Uganda. For 2013, they have pledged to donate $40,000 to the schools! This foundation, started in the United Kingdom in 2006 and now also based in Washington, DC, works to create understanding across divides in a sustainable manner. […]