One of the U.S. charities that funded Canary Mission is trying to distance itself, but alumni of its teen program say it isn’t going far enough.
By taking these steps, we believe the Federation and Diller Foundation can begin the process of rebuilding trust
Shira’s anonymous blog has expanded into an international platform for young women with rare illnesses and disabilities to express themselves.
Each year, the Diller Foundation awards 15 exceptional Jewish teens $36,000 each. Here are the 2017 winners:
Eli was inspired to create his nonprofit organization, HeroesX, by the central theme of the book, that many of the world’s greatest challenges are overcome by a combination of innovation and growing access to technology.
Meet Talia, the Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Award winner creating innovative birthday parties for underprivileged youth.
Alexa Grabelle is working to close the learning gap between low and high income students, one bag of books at a time.
Meet the Jewish teen helping inner St. Louis students succeed in school, one pencil at a time.
Diller Teen Tikkun Olam Award winner Isaiah Granet explains how his childhood hobby turned into a nonprofit organization that helps developmentally disabled teens learn to play sports.
While attending summer camp in 2008, Alexandra Jackman met Jamie, a young girl with Cerebral Palsy. Out of this meeting grew a beautiful friendship and Jackman’s passion for working with special needs youth.