Contact Us

Project Kesher
600 Mamaroneck Ave. Suite 400
Harrison, NY 10528
Tel: 914.301.9451
Fax: 914.468.0801
info@projectkesher.org 

A World of Impact for Every Dollar

We hate waste. We do everything we can to make sure that we maximize the impact of every dollar spent.

We don’t replicate work that’s already being done.  We have great partners. Project Kesher is increasingly sought out by organizations world-wide that want to leverage their efforts, access our activist network, or find a leader who can develop a program within a community.       

Project Kesher’s model is designed so that once a pilot project proves successful, it is replicated and expanded primarily thru local support.  Every dollar spent on programs is exponentially multiplied.


Local Project Kesher women
conceive, design and implement their own PK programs because they best understand the needs of their communities – and they are the ones who work tirelessly to meet them.

  • We train leaders who then build local networks of support. PK women inspire and mentor each other as they put Jewish values to work for social justice in their communities.
  • Programs are designed TO be easily and inexpensively replicated throughout our 170 PK groups. Ideas, useful information and materials are resourced on our Russian language website for everyone to use.
  • We invest in technology so that our women can access and share best practices across wide geographic locations--at little or no cost.  
  • Our Russian-language website now has 24,000 registered users who get important PK information in real time even in the most remote locations.
  • Thousands of women download our programs every month.  They conduct more than 4,500 programs a year. 

A Seat at the Table 

Our latest initiative, A Seat at the Table, trains Jewish women and girls to work effectively within their governmental structures and advocate for better policies and more resources to address the issues they confront.

We strive to get Jewish women and girls access to “a seat at every table” so that their voices are present wherever decisions on policy, resource allocation, religious freedom, or key health and safety issues are made.

Our efforts have helped to ensure a strong female Jewish voice on key issues in secular communities in the region and a strong women’s voice in the Jewish community.