What We Do
We give women and girls the tools to change themselves and their society. We invest in leadership training, in pilot projects, and in technology that allows volunteers anywhere in this vast region to replicate projects on any scale.
Where We Work
How We Work
Project Kesher women in each locality 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.
In the Spotlight
Project Kesher Annual Benefit 2015
(L-R) 2015 Honoree, Arleen Priest with Diane Wohl, PK Board Chair
(L-R) PK Activist Award Recipient, Georgette Bennett with Michele Cohen, PK Board Member
Anchor of Yahoo News & Finance, Bianna Golodryga and PK's Benefit Host
April 20, 2015 was a night to remember! Hundreds of guests gathered in New York City to honor Arleen Priest and Georgette Bennett for their activism and philanthropy with Bianna Golodryga, Anchor of Yahoo News and Finance, serving as the evening's Event Host. The evening celebrated & recognized PK's commitment to Jewish women's activism in Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine and Israel.
Project Kesher's 25th Anniversary Global Day Trip
On Sunday, November 23, 2014, Project Kesher women and men gathered in NYC to hear a first-hand account of the impact the current situation in Ukraine and Russia is having on the Jewish community and Project Kesher's work in the region. Project Kesher leaders/activists Vlada Nedak and Irina Skliankina came from Ukraine and Russia, respectively.