We are excited to start the new year with the roll out of our second round of Gendler Grapevine Project initiatives. Our rabbinical school projects range in scope and approach, but they all have the same goal: to impart a deep understanding and appreciation for Judaism’s connections with the environment and social justice. These connections are being approached using vastly different methods, and we are excited to watch as the schools teach the importance of environmental sustainability and social justice to rabbinical students and the rabbinical school community.

As the projects ramp up, we will feature each one on this blog and on our website. We will also be providing updates on our 2013 camp projects, many of which were continued and even expanded in 2014.

Wishing you a happy, healthy, and sweet new year.

everett teaching tibetans in india 1999

Rabbi Gendler teaching Tibetans in India in 1999.