still go hungry worldwide
active in UN frameworks
due to Covid-18
by 2030, the aim is to full-fill all 17 goals
new cases of Covid-19
at the moment
for our Local Impact Initiative Program
30 different countries
3,500 trainees meant to correctly educate the world about Israel and anti-semitism
1,000 children living in slums and remote villages in Maharashtra, India
13,213 water filters
and saved 180 lives
During our Shalom Corps Activist Journalism Course with NYU Bronfman, participants learned how to get the “what, where, when and how of a good item” taught to the class by Journalist Eve Fairbanks. This week Shalom Corps is proud to introduce NCSY’s Frayda Glucksman and her final course project about NCSY! During her video one […]
Our Shalom Corps and NYU Activist Journalist Alumnus are back at it again, this time bringing to you Maccabi St. Petersburg’s, Vera Rybakova and Svetlana Shuvalova! With Vera and Svetlana’s new found video making skills and framing narrative techniques learned throughout our course, they successfully showcase Maccabi St. Petersburg from within. What makes Maccabi St. […]
Our Organization Stories Series continues with JCC Chicago‘s Natalie Kolling and Kim Preston. As part of our Activist Journalism course with NYU they had the opportunity to sharpen and gather skills to help them in their creation of professional content for their organization. In their own words they, “found this class so interesting. It was […]
Welcome to Shalom Corps, a global volunteer organization dedicated to promoting the core Jewish value of mutual responsibility by supplying volunteer organizations around the world with funding, resources, educational tools and volunteer recruitment support.
Our mission is to promote a scaled global Jewish volunteer movement by supporting responsible and significant volunteerism grounded in Jewish values and engaging participants in meaningful Jewish learning experiences.
Aviva Steinberger, VP of Global Service at Shalom Corps speaking at ILTV studio about the Israeli organization Shalom Corps that is creating a global Jewish volunteer movement to promote social responsibility and activism.
Both the Shalom Spot & Implementation of Volunteer Projects in field Deadlines have been extended until July 1!