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Joshua Venture Group Names Fellows

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Later today, the Joshua Venture Group, which promotes social entrepreneurship in the Jewish community, will announce its eight 2010-12 fellows. Along a venture capital model, each fellow will receive $100,000, plus additional organizational support.

Here are the eight fellows (full biographies available here). Don’t forget to congratulate them!

• Zelig Golden, Wilderness Torah. Oakland, California.

• Alison Laichter, The Jewish Meditation Center. Brooklyn, New York.

• Sarah Lefton, G-dcast. San Francisco, California.

• Rachel Nussbaum, Kavana Cooperative. Seattle, Washington.

• Nati Passow, The Jewish Farm School. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

• Zheynya Plechkina, The Children’s Art Initiative. Brooklyn, New York.

• Eli Winkelman, Challah for Hunger. Austin, Texas.

• Ari Weiss, Uri L’Tzedek. New York, New York.

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Josh R. says:

Challah for Hunger rocks! Congrats!


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