Our Partners


United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)

An international network of academic chairs, involved in academic teaching and research in the fields of intercultural and interreligious studies.

The Museum of World Religions

The Elijah Interfaith Institute is collaborating with the Museum of World Religions in developing an international academic program, with its focus on Buddhist and interreligioius studies.


Institutions that support the work of the Elijah Interfaith Institute


Abraham and Sonia Rochlin Foundation

Abraham Fund

American Jewish Committee

Barry Herschey Foundation

Carnegie Corporation

Charles Bronfman Foundation

Connelly Foundation

Episcopal Church, USA

Fetzer Institute

Forum Humanum

Freudenberg Foundation

Guerrand-Hermes Foundation for Peace

Henry Luce Foundation

John Templeton Foundation

Konrad Adenauer Foundation

PEF Israel Endowment Fund

Richard Schoyer Foundation

Rockefeller Brothers Fund

Saint Edelberg Benedictine Monastery, Holland

Sevilla Nodo Foundation

Slifka Foundation

Sujnana Foundation


Von Groeben Foundation

Weisfeld Foundation

William and Mary Greve Foundation

Jerusalem Consortium

The Elijah School for the Study of Wisdom in World Religions was formed through a consortium of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim theological and academic institutions in and around Jerusalem.
Ecce Homo, Biblical Formation Program

Related Organizations

Other organizations dedicated to advancing the goals, objectives, and ideals of interfaith dialogue and cooperation.

The Interreligious Coordinating Council in Israel (ICCI) and
Israel Interfaith Association