Non-profit organization with independent 501(c)(3) status


IKAR is working to reanimate Jewish life, to reengage text and tradition not only so that we find personal meaning and connection, but also to help us decipher what it means to be a human being in the world today.

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  • LIVE ·2022 Grants Challenge

    Homes for People in Houses of Faith

    We’re creating a model for faith communities (churches, synagogues, mosques) to build Permanent Supportive and Affordable Housing as an integral part of our campuses and as part of our mission to love our neighbors. The grant funding will help us ensure that homes for people who are unhoused are built in high-opportunity, resource and transit-rich neighborhoods where land costs are higher and affordable housing is scarce.