Jim Joseph Foundation Biennial Report | OUTCOMES BY THE NUMBERS
The Jim Joseph Foundation invests in promising Jewish education grant initiatives. We partner with effective organizations that seek to inspire young people to discover the joy of living vibrant Jewish lives.
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OUTCOMES BY THE NUMBERS

View our portfolio analysis for a detailed breakdown of grants—their allocations, demographics, and outcomes. Additionally, view a timeline of the Foundation to learn when various grants were awarded and when certain benchmarks were reached. Here are some of the results about which the Foundation is most excited:

Educators Trained by Year

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 Number of Educators Trained Increased by 40%

Up from 5,140 educators as of June 2013 to 7,221 educators as of June 2014

Beneficiaries: Educators

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Total Number of Educators Trained: 7,221

All educator numbers are based on actual counts from grantee reports as of June 2014

Young Jews Educated by Year

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Number of Young Jews Educated Increased by 26% from June 2013 to June 2014

Young Jews Educated by Age Cohort

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 Total Number of Young Jews Educated: 78,068

All numbers are based on actual counts from grantee reports as of June 2014

Grants by Education Setting

*Multiple Settings category includes grants that will have broad impact across a range of educational settings. Examples include the iCenter and JData.