Sustainable Israeli-Palestinian Projects (SIPP) Community Zoom Update December 11

SIPP Community Update

Sunday, December 11, 2022
Remote by Zoom
11am-Noon MST/1-2pm EST/ 8-9pm IST

Featuring: 2023 Mini-Grant Recipients!

Find out what SIPP is doing to heal the environment, bring people together, and empower small organizations in Israel and Palestine.

Meet our 2023 Min-Grant recipients, and learn about their projects, involving agriculture, language, community-building, and music.

SIPP’s 2023 Mini-Grant recipients are:

  • Reviving El Biara – Urban Farming (Middle East Initiatives)
  • Community Garden in the Heart of Jaffa (The Orchard of Abraham’s Children)
  • Tend the Land & Care for It (Center for Freedom and Justice)
  • Desert Eyes – Empowering Israeli Bedouin Women (Ramat HaNegev Regional Council)
  • Rooftop Farming in Al-Ama’ri Refugee Camp (The Association for Urban Farming)
  • Speak Up – Engaging Youth through Music (Beit System Ali)

Learn about these projects in the West Bank and Israel that will help develop the next generation of regional leaders.

Read about our previous, 2nd round, 2022 grantee projects:

Please join us on December 11, 2022.  

The SIPP Board is excited to announce that we will match, up to a total of $2,100, donations received between now and December 31st:

  • from first time donors
  • all increases from donors over their 2021 giving
  • all additional donations from donors who have already given to SIPP in 2022

We are grateful for your support!

With your help, together we can continue making grants and connections that have a real impact!

If you are unable to attend, please share this with others and consider making a donation to SIPP.

About Sid Fox

Sid Fox renewed his interest and study from his Hebrew School days (where he was inspired by Deborah Pessin's insightful series 'The Story of the Jewish People') when he read James Michener's "The Source". Sid eventually taught a two semester Sunday class for adults at their home when their children were at Sunday School. It was based on 15 years study of the Bible, the three hundred years of modern research and Biblical Archaeology areas he continued to pursue as he branched out to Shakespeare, the Classics and other interests.

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