Finding Connections As We Change The World
By Mya Artzi
What’s Your Big Idea? Apply for a Spark Grant!
Do you think you’re sitting on the next big thing for Atlanta? Are you ready to finally take that risk you’ve been dreaming of? Let’s think big and build something together!
#GivingTuesday Guide to Jewish Atlanta
Use this handy guide to giving in Jewish Atlanta to see where your dollars make a difference!
Jewish Teen Education and Engagement Funder Collaborative
Teens today are impacted by monumental sociological forces and challenges. How can our work help them thrive as a human being in today’s complex and challenging world?
JumpSpark Announces Inaugural Cohort of Strong Women Fellowship
Mazel Tov to these extraordinary Strong Women representing our diverse Atlanta Jewish community!
Film Sheds Light On Teen Anxiety
“Angst" examines the causes and effects of anxiety and how parents can work with their children to get help.
JumpSpark Values Teen Voices
"It’s about valuing teen voices, telling kids that they are experts on their needs, and exposing them to experiences through a Jewish lens, to widen their world."
JumpSpark: A New Model of Teen Engagement
A new program is knocking down hurdles to Jewish teen engagement.
For the Love of Pizza and Chris Hemsworth
By Rene Walter
Mazel Tov to the recipients of our fall 2018 Spark Collaboration Grants!
24 Teens Immersed in Israel’s Culture, Context
Kelly Cohen, the director of JumpSpark ATL, led a highly interactive session where teens developed a program goal and crafted a program outline.
Self-Expression and the Confidence to Make Change
by Anna Wynne
Spark Notes: Telling Our Failure Stories
Spark Notes: A Word from our New Director
JumpSpark is pleased to announce Kelly Cohen will lead JumpSpark as our new Director.
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