This section on “planning to make a plan” offers guidelines for funding Jewish EdTech through three channels:
- Funding as a standalone large funder, such as a foundation
- Funding as a private donor
- Funding as a hybrid coalition
Whether your funding strategy follows any or all of these channels, you can learn more here about adopting a sector-wide agenda. You can also learn how best to collaborate and share information to ensure your single investments accrue to the cumulative benefit of the ecosystem as a whole.
Guidelines for investment strategies in JED tech for foundations
Creating a learning agenda and information sharing
Investing in JED Tech as a private donor
Make a Difference and Contribute to the World of Jewish EdTech
As a potential funder looking to make an investment that contributes to the rapid growth of educational technologies within Jewish education initiatives, it is important to understand the various details involved in making successful investments with maximum impact.
Explore the following pages to learn more about integral elements to becoming an investor in educational innovation.