About JDub

JDub was a not for profit that forged vibrant connections to Judaism through music, media, and events. Founded by Aaron Bisman and Ben Hesse, it operated a kick-ass record label whose music is now available through The Orchard. JDub operated from 2002 to 2012.

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    JDub funders and supporters

    JDub aimed to earn half of its budget each year from CDs, events, sponsorships, merch, etc, while raising half from foundations and individuals. These supporters included:

    Joshua Venture Group
    The Natan Fund
    Jewish Venture Philanthropy Fund of Los Angeles
    Bikkurim: An Incubator for New Jewish Ideas
    Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles
    The Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation  
    Slingshot Fund
    Richard and Rhoda Goldman Fund
    Righteous Persons Foundation
    Leo and Libby Nevas Family Foundation
    Harold Grinspoon Foundation
    UJA-Federation of New York - Commission on Jewish Identity and Renewal
    Joyce and Irving Goldman Family Foundation 
    Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland
    Rose Community Foundation - Roots and Branches
    The Jewish Federation of Greater Houston

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