EIN 13-3014387

The Shalom Hartman Institute of North America

IRS 501(c) type
501(c)(3)
Num. employees
35
Year formed
1978
Most recent tax filings
2019-12-01
Description
To develop research, publish academic and educational materials, and organize seminars and lectures dealing with Jewish philosophy, biblical and rabbinical literature and their relationship to contemporary moral, philosophical and theological issues. ...
Total revenues
$24,570,012
2019
Total expenses
$19,937,290
2019
Total assets
$34,746,381
2019
Num. employees
35
2019

Program areas at The Shalom Hartman Institute of North America

1) North american community leadership program: The Shalom Hartman Institute of North America (shina) develops study programs in partnership with professional and lay leaders at major communal organizations providing curricula, faculty, and ongoing collaborative partnership to bring jewish values-based discussions to The forefront. Through seminars and text-based study programs, shina convenes jewish organizational leaders to animate a culture of learning about major jewish questions affecting their communities. Currently, programming is focused in boston, new york/new jersey, los angeles, san francisco, Washington, dc, and toronto. An annual week-long summer study retreat in jerusalem is The capstone to The leadership programs. (continued in schedule o)2) rabbinic programs: through Hartman rabbinic programs, rabbis enrich their textual knowledge, broaden The range of ideas they encounter, and deepen their relationship with israel.the rabbinic leadership initiative (rli) is a three-year intensive fellowship program that immerses rabbis in The highest level of jewish learning, equipping them to meet contemporary challenges with ever-increasing intellectual and moral sophistication. Participants spend a month each summer and a week each winter studying at The Hartman Institute in jerusalem as well as ongoing study throughout The year. Six cohorts of more than 100 rabbis of all denominations have completed rli and a seventh is currently underway. Our rabbinic programs also include work with rabbinical students and with rabbis and rabbinical students in The cities where they work.the rabbinic torah study seminar (rts) is an annual ten-day study seminar that brings together rabbis of all denominations to study at The Hartman Institute in jerusalem to engage in thought-provoking,pluralistic study that helps them to enhance their spirituality, gain new insights, and enrich their capacity to inspire and meet The complex needs of their communities with renewed energy. The seminar is comprised of lectures by Institute scholars, small group learning, and encounters with leading thinkers, artists, writers and leaders.the rabbinical students seminar provides North american rabbinical students of all denominations with an opportunity to engage in joint study with leading Hartman scholars during their study year in israel. The program focuses on study of traditional and contemporary jewish and israeli sources, cross-denominational community building and cultivation of rabbinic identity.3) iengage: The goal of The iengage project is to create a new narrative regarding The significance of israel for jewish life. Elevating The existing discourse from one with a crisis-based focus to one rooted in jewish values and ideas.the iengage team led by internationally renowned scholars in The fields of jewish studies, middle east politics and history, develops robust and easy-to-use curricula that provides a framework for ongoing study, enrichment and intellectual leadership training to empower educators and rabbis to lead values-based discussions tailored to The needs and questions of their communities.the following are current programs of The iengage project:- iengage has produced four video-based lecture series (vls) that enable rabbis and educators to bring a more sophisticated discourse and conversation about israel into their synagogues and schools, and to challenge The prevailing wisdom that there cannot be an ethical andpluralistic jewish conversation about israel. - The Hartman fellowship for campus professionals brings together cohorts of The most talented and best-positioned campus professionals from across North America for study and discussion of israel's central challenges. The year-long fellowship trains this select group of leaders to think in values-based terms about israel as a core element of jewish life and provide them with a set of tools to help cultivate substantive, compelling conversations about, and equally substantive and compelling relationships with, israel. Fellows study The iengage curriculum through peer-study, lectures, discussions, field trips, and week-long seminars at The Hartman Institute in israel. The fellowship has expanded to engage directly with students through on-campus seminars and a week-long study program at The Hartman Institute in jerusalem.- The muslim leadership initiative (mli) invites emerging religious andintellectual muslim leaders in The united states including clergy, chaplains, journalists, academics, entrepreneurs and cultural figures to explore how jews understand judaism, israel, and jewish peoplehood. Through a rigorous academic curriculum entitled "encountering israel: foundations of peoplehood and faith," mli participants expand their critical understanding of The complex religious, political, and socioeconomic issues facing people in israel and palestine. Conducted over a 13-month period, The program comprises an orientation session, two seminars in jerusalem, mid-year retreats in North America, and monthly long-distance learning as well as on-going network engagement.

Who funds The Shalom Hartman Institute of North America

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
GrantmakerDescriptionAmount
Shimon Ben Joseph FoundationGeneral Operating Support (2019-2023)$4,000,000
Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater BostonDaf - Jewish Education$2,356,000
Koret FoundationStrategic Expansion of the Bay Area Program, National Expansion Based on the Bay Area Model, and Binational Organizational Capacity Building (Grant Payments To Begin in 2020)$2,000,000
...and 49 more grants received totalling $14,751,266

Personnel at The Shalom Hartman Institute of North America

NameTitleCompensation
Shiri MerselVice President and General Manager / Vice President and Chief Operating Officer
Sagit Eisenberg MordechaiChief Financial Officer / Board Member
Barbara BirchVice President of Development$200,828
Gabriel mostVice President , Community Engagement$167,828
Eliot GoldsteinSenior Vice President for Institutional Advancementsenior
...and 16 more key personnel

Financials for The Shalom Hartman Institute of North America

RevenuesFYE 12/2019
Total grants, contributions, etc.$23,494,862
Program services$810,194
Investment income and dividends$264,956
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$0
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$0
Total revenues$24,570,012

Form 990s for The Shalom Hartman Institute of North America

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2019-122021-02-26990View PDF
2018-122020-01-23990View PDF
2017-122019-03-15990View PDF
2016-122017-12-27990View PDF
2015-122016-12-20990View PDF
...and 6 more Form 990s

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Data update history
August 3, 2022
Received grants
Identified 10 new grant, including a grant for $2,000,000 from Koret Foundation
July 13, 2022
Updated personnel
Identified 3 new personnel
September 28, 2021
Received grants
Identified 33 new grant, including a grant for $4,000,000 from Shimon Ben Joseph Foundation
August 23, 2021
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2019
April 27, 2021
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2018
Nonprofit Types
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Issues
Human rightsForeign affairs
Characteristics
Funds one specific organizationReligiousJewishOperates internationallyNational levelEndowed supportTax deductible donations
General information
Address
475 Riverside Dr No 1450
New York, NY 10115
Metro area
New York-Newark-Jersey City, NY-NJ-PA
County
New York County, NY
Website URL
hartman.org.il/ 
Phone
(212) 268-0300
Facebook page
ShalomHartmanInstitute 
Twitter profile
@hartman_inst 
IRS details
EIN
13-3014387
Fiscal year end
December
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
1978
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
Yes
Categorization
NTEE code, primary
Q11: International, Foreign Affairs and National Security Single Organization Support
NAICS code, primary
813319: Social Advocacy Organizations
Parent/child status
Independent
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