Natan inspires young philanthropists to become actively engaged in Jewish giving by funding innovative projects that are shaping the Jewish future.
The Natan board covers Natan’s operating expenses so that 100% of all other contributions go to Natan’s grants. Each year, Natan allocates everything it receives from members and other contributors. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in learning more about becoming a member of Natan. If you’d like to make a tax-deductible contribution to support Natan’s grantmaking – which you can allocate toward the New Media grants if you choose – click here for more information.
Natan is named in memory of JJ Greenberg (1965-2002), a friend to many of Natan’s founding members and a Jewish leader who embodied generosity, joy, and a passion for Jewish life. JJ’s Hebrew name was Natan, a form of the Hebrew word for “give.”