Its flagship residency programme and professional development seminars have provided office space, organisational consultancy and high-quality skills training for numerous small Jewish organisations in addition to other Pears Foundation grantees.

2006

Pears Foundation commissions a mapping of social action provision in the British Jewish Community

2007

Pears Foundation partners with Board of Deputies to co-ordinate a community-wide response to the genocide in Darfur, together publishing Darfur: A Jewish Response.

2008

Pears Foundation launches the Jewish Social Action Hub. Tzedek, Rene Cassin and and JVN move in and become the first residents.

2009

Mitzvah Day moves in and becomes JHub’s fourth resident

2010

JHub appoints first full-time Director Shoshana Boyd Gelfand

2011

JDOV video project is born as part of JHub’s thought-leadership agenda

2012

Tzedek and JVN  ‘graduate’ from JHub and become its first alumni

2013

JHub’s hires organisational development consultant to provide robust support for resident organisations

2014

JHub partners with the Jewish Social Action Forum to host the international Siach gathering to facilitate global conversation on social justice issues

2015

JHub  ramps up its professional development offering to include skills building and leadership development for both residents and non-residents

2016

JHub advises and supports Aziz Foundation to create an incubation hub inspired by JHub

2017

JHub commissions an external impact review resulting in a renewed commitment and broadening of its focus beyond social change

2018

JHub celebrates 10 years of promoting confident, inclusive and outward-looking Jewish identity