We are thrilled to partner with Jewish organizations across the United States. We donate 10% of our proceeds directly to our partners in an effort to support our Jewish community. Interested in becoming a Mishe Bear Partner? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sharsheret, a Jewish national non-profit organization, improves the lives of women and families facing breast or ovarian cancer through personalized support and saves lives through educational outreach.
The Sharsheret Busy Box was created for families facing breast or ovarian cancer to learn how to guide their children through their cancer or prophylactic surgery journey. Each Busy Box includes educational resource materials and a starter kit of games and activities to occupy children while at the doctor or resting after surgery or treatment. Now, by Donating a Bear, Busy Boxes can include a Mishe Bear too!
If you are or know someone diagnosed with breast cancer or ovarian cancer or at high risk for carrying a gene mutation please contact Sharsheret at sharsheret.org or call +1 (866)474-2774.
Federation Early Learning Services (FELS) provides excellence in early childhood education for all families from diverse backgrounds throughout the Greater Philadelphia area, Montgomery County, and Delaware County.
Built on a foundation of Jewish values and traditions for over a century, FELS is a recognized leader in ECE. FELS seeks to help families access affordable childcare, to provide innovative programs for children, and to offer consultation services to the early childhood community.
To learn more to donate to FELS, see the link below.
Northeastern University Hillel is dedicated to creating a pluralistic, welcoming, and inclusive environment where Jewish college students are encouraged to grow intellectually, spiritually, and socially.
To donate or find out more about Northeastern University Hillel, see the link below.
Penn Hillel is where it all started for Mishe Bear! We are thrilled to partner with our home organization.
Each year, Hillel reaches over 85% of the 1,750 Jewish undergraduate students on campus, with a wide-ranging array of different Jewish opportunities — from social justice to community engagement, and from Jewish culture offerings to religious expression. Penn Hillel is proud to be an “umbrella” organization, home to over 40 student communities and groups, while also hosting events, initiatives, speakers, and classes that engage a wide spectrum of students of all backgrounds and beliefs.
To donate or find out more about Penn Hillel, see the link below.