Supporting isolated, emerging, & returning Jewish communities around the globe

Recent Kulanu Accomplishments

  • organized conversions and Jewish weddings in Madagascar, Nicaragua, and Côte d'Ivoire
  • sent rabbinical students to teach in Brazil, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Guatemala, and Uganda
  • facilitated volunteer work in Zimbabwe, Papua New Guinea, Nigeria, Madagascar, Ghana, and Uganda
  • funded education, music, computers, and food for 400 Jewish, Christian, and Muslim children in Uganda
  • subsidized emergency food, drip irrigation, water and soil conservation in Zimbabwe.
  Read more in our year-end letter


The latest blog entries from Kulanu and our communities. See more in our blog.
Molly Levine
Keith and Nili are welcomed by the Papua, Indonesia community.
Rabbi Moshé Yéhouda speaks to members of the Madagascar community at a picnic and Torah study after the conversion ceremony.

Our Work

Engaging Communities

Kulanu engages with isolated, emerging, and returning Jewish communities, many who have long been disconnected from the Jewish world.

Teaching and Learning

Kulanu supports communities in learning about Judaism, and raises awareness and support for these communities.

Sharing Technology

We provide computers, smartphones, and data plans to help with Jewish learning, connecting with others, and seeking resources.