Jumpstart is a new way to engage younger people in our community, using innovative initiatives to create connection among our next generation. Through Jumpstart, young adults can play a meaningful and rewarding role in ensuring the continued vibrancy of our Jewish community.

About Jumpstart

Jumpstart is JCA’s newest start-up, aimed at engaging the next generation with JCA (both in terms of engagement and fundraising). A dedicated team of volunteers together with the Jumpstart Co-chai...

The Giving Forum

The Giving Forum was established in December 2015 by a group of major local donors and their families. Its mission is to inspire philanthropy on a large scale and provide an enduring funding platform to guarantee the local Jewish community’s financial security and growth over the next century.

Giving Circle

Jumpstart is supporting the first Jewish young professional Giving Circle in Sydney. A Giving Circle is a newer model of philanthropy where donors pool their funds and collectively decide where to donate it, therefore increasing the impact of their donation

Shark Tank

Jumpstart's second Shark Tank was a great success. With over 450 attendees, the evening was filled with engaging pitches, entrepreneurial advice and a real sense of community.

Innovation Hub

The Jumpstart Innovation Hub is a co-working space at Hakoah’s White City. The space offers entrepreneurs in the Jewish community a home and a supportive environment....


Jumpstart Volunteer is an online platform that allows skilled Jewish professionals to be matched with volunteer opportunities in one of JCA’s member organisations.


10x10 is an event model seeking to engender a culture of philanthropy within the next generation. Each event is planned by 10 committee members who each commit to bring 9 people...

Observership Program

Founded in 2012, the Observership Program facilitates the involvement of young, talented and energetic individuals in a structured experience on non-profit Boards...


Call Jumpstart on 9360 2344 or email [email protected] for further information