These grants help sisterhoods whose members have not been able to participate in past leadership conferences to benefit from the learning, networking, and spiritual growth that happens at this biennial event.
These biennial awards for Special Achievement in Programming recognize exemplary social justice, community service, and educational programming that serves as a model for other WRJ Districts and sisterhoods.
Established during WRJ's Centennial year, this award recognizes members who have never been officially honored but who have helped advance WRJ’s goals of promoting women’s issues and leadership in the Movement.
Given biennially, the YES Fund Awards & YES Fund Honor Roll recognize sisterhoods that make significant contributions toward the YES Fund, to strengthen the Reform Movement and ensure the future of Reform Judaism.
WRJ will provide outreach grant funds of up to $1000 to WRJ sisterhoods/women’s groups to fund programs within their communities that reach out to and engage interfaith families and non-Jews.