Zionesses across the country continue to join our movement, creating and joining chapters from coast-to-coast. Today, we are thrilled to announce that we have filed for 501(c)3 non-profit status and are now accepting donations!
If you have not already, be sure to check out inspirational photos of Zioness in Action around the country, at the March For Our Lives and more. You can also find details about events at UC Berkeley and in Los Angeles next week.
Two Zioness leaders have also written must-read articles: Zioness Board Secretary Chloé Valdary wrote about intersectionality and Farrakhan and Sacramento Zioness leader Matthew Finklestein explained why Zioness is critical for our continued activism.
We feel empowered by the phenomenal responses we continue to receive from Zionesses around the country and are thrilled to grow our organization.
With love and solidarity,
Giving to Zioness
In order to keep supporting progressive Zionists and grow our community, we are now accepting donations. This will go toward supporting our grassroots local leaders who are proudly Zionist in their progressive spaces, maintaining our online presence, and growing our community and our presence.
Click here to donate.
Disclaimer: Zioness is a New York nonprofit corporation in the process of applying for 501(c)(3) status. If tax exempt status is granted by the IRS, donations will be retroactively tax deductible. At present, the Zioness application with the IRS is pending, but IRS has not yet granted tax-exempt status to Zioness.
At the March for Our Lives, Zionists of all ages around the country showed up to oppose gun violence. See the powerful images of Zioness in action.
Zioness President Amanda Berman will be speaking in New York City, Berkeley, and Los Angeles in the coming weeks.
These events are free and open to the public. We highly encourage you to come!