WHO WE ARE

Mission Statement

Fostering empathy and critical thinking to build resilient democracies and safeguard humanity

Values Statement

Rabbi Hillel said “In a place where there is no humanity, strive thou to be human.”

Vision Statement

We seek a more empathetic, democratic, and just world:

   A world in which peace and security prevail, human dignity, freedom of expression, kindness, and moderation are celebrated, and extremism and hatred are rejected;

  A world where people recognize our shared humanity, are compassionate towards the most vulnerable, and embrace critical thinking and listening skills as a pathway to stronger and more democratic societies.

 

PILLARS OF OUR WORK:

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EDUCATION

Foster empathy, emotional intelligence, critical thinking and active listening skills as a means of instilling understanding and a shared sense of responsibility.

DEMOCRACY & DEMOCRATIC INSTITUTIONS

Counter global trends towards authoritarianism, xenophobia, hate and extremism through the advancement of liberal-democratic values including free speech, the rule of law, basic human rights and a free and independent press.

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JEWISH UNITY AND VALUES

Unite and strengthen the Jewish community by promoting key Jewish values of kindness, respect, human decency, justice, and repairing the world.

MIDDLE EAST CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Build the necessary conditions to achieve peace and security for Israel and its neighbors.

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Contact The Lubetzky Family Foundation at info@Lubetzky.org

We do not accept unsolicited grant requests.

 

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