Resources & References

In an effort to support our startup colleagues, Jumpstart has made available some of our internal policy documents to be used as reference tools for you to create your own policies. They are offered freely, but without warrant. We urge you to consult with your board and legal advisors before adopting any new policies for your organization.

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The Innovation Ecosystem: Emergence of a New Jewish Landscape and Jumpstart Research Report 2.09 based on The 2008 Survey of New Jewish Organizations by Jewish Jumpstart are licensed
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Studies

Patterns of Singularity: The Motivations of Independent Jewish Funders in Times of Economic Distress
Steven M. Cohen and Dasee Berkowitz
The Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies, 2009
Emergent Jewish Communities and Their Participants: Preliminary Findings from the 2007 National Spiritual Communities Study
Steven M. Cohen, J. Shawn Landres, Elie Kaunfer, and Michelle Shain
The S3K Synagogue Studies Institute (Synagogue 3000) and Mechon Hadar, 2007
The Continuity of Discontinuity: How Young Jews Are Connecting, Creating, and Organizing Their Own Jewish Lives
Steven M. Cohen and Ari Y. Kelman
The Andrea and Charles Bronfman Philanthropies, 2007
Latte Report - Jewish Identity and Community in a Time of Unlimited Choices
Anna Greenberg
REBOOT, 2006
The Second American Jewish Revolution
Steven Windmueller
Sh'ma, June 2006
IKAR Rising: A Study of the First Year of a New Spiritual Community in Los Angeles
Joshua H. Avedon, 2005
OMG! How Generation Y is Redefining Faith In The iPod Era
Anna Greenberg
REBOOT, 2005