Adoption: A Conversation With Some Experts
Just hosted the National Jewish Fertility Network video conference about adoption.
#10Days and #MenandInfertility
A couple very important articles have come up during the High Holidays featuring a topic in need of attention: Men and Infertility. So much attention is brought to women who experience infertility. In Jewish tradition, we hear about Sarah, Rebekah, Rachel, Hannah etc. We do not hear so much about the fertility challenges of Abraham, […]
Supporting Berkeley Community
Rabbi Idit Solomon spoke recently at Congregation Netivot Shalom in Berkeley. Giving a drash about the Torah portion “Toldot” that begins with a brief mention of Isaac and Rebekah struggling to conceive, Rabbi Solomon showed how we often miss the significance of infertility in the lives of men and how it can cause a person […]
Hasidah Receives Giving Circle Grant
Hasidah is thrilled to be among the first grant recipients from the Tmicha (Hebrew for support) giving circle. Giving circles are a new trend in philanthropic giving where groups of people work together to make a larger impact through a shared giving process. Kol hakavod (more power to you!) to our partners Priya and The […]
Talking About Infertility in the Jewish Community
The Sh’ma Journal dedicated an entire issue about infertility in the Jewish community. Please read, forward and share! http://www.shmadigital.com/shma/october_2014/m2
Hasidah’s First Newsletter – High Holiday Message
Read the first Hasidah newsletter featuring Hasidah’s first grant awarded, the first National Jewish Infertility Network teleconference, the Double Chai Campaign, and a High Holiday message about infertility.
We are thrilled to be launching our website and beginning the work needed to establish the Hasidah Foundation. There are many support groups and resources for people experiencing infertility, but we are starting with a simple focus – financial support for Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART). The Jewish tradition values family building highly and for many […]