Kulanu

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

Recent Kulanu Accomplishments

  • organized conversions in Guatemala and Italy
  • sent rabbinical students to teach in Brazil, India, Gabon, and Nigeria.
  • facilitated volunteer work in Côte d’Ivoire, Ghana, India, Kenya, Madagascar, and Uganda
  • funded education, music, computers, and food for 400 Jewish, Christian, and Muslim children in Uganda
  • supported drip irrigation and farming needs in Zimbabwe to avert starvation
  Read more in our year-end letter

COVID-19 Statement

Kulanu's staff, board members, and volunteers continue work and are accessible via email and phone. We are working out of our homes and communicating regularly with our partner communities around the globe. 

We are continuing to support our partner communities throughout this time and are working on creating more virtual learning opportunities. Unfortunately, we have had to postpone the upcoming Pan-African Conference scheduled for May.

As the world comes together in this global crisis and looks for hope, we wanted to share a few words from our partner communities as we all go through this together. Here are a few of their messages for you.

You can watch one of our Recorded Online Speaker Series Sessions to hear more details directly from our partner community leaders.

Blog

The latest blog entries from Kulanu and our communities. See more in our blog.

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.