Seeking Respondents With Disabilities For Survey On Jewish Identity And Israel

Seeking Respondents With Disabilities For Survey On Jewish Identity And Israel

Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi is the President of RespectAbility, a nonprofit organization working to empower people with disabilities to achieve the American dream. She works regularly with disability organizations, national, state and local policy leaders, workforce development professionals, media, employers, philanthropists, celebrities and faith-based organizations in order to expand opportunities for people with disabilities. Mizrahi has led numerous national polls and brought significant visibility to the issues of America’s 56 million citizens with disabilities. She is the co-author of a major toolkit on best practices on employment for people with disabilities and frequently hosts webinars on this topic. Mizrahi has published dozens of op-eds and publications on disability issues, including in USA Today, Huffington Post, The Hill and other publications. Dyslexic herself, she also knows what it means to parent a child with multiple disabilities. Reach her at

Hello people who care!

I am writing for your advice on Jewish identity, Israel and more. RespectAbilityUSA is partnering with JerusalemU for this online survey and we want to be sure that the sample has enough Jews with disabilities and their family members. Can you please fill this out AND send it to all the Jews you know who have disabilities or a family member with a disability? So far 1800 Jews have filled out the survey, but not nearly enough of them are from the disability community. We want your voice to be heard!

By giving us your opinions you can win $500 for your favorite charity! Please take about 7 minutes to do it! It’s important and also is the first-ever poll to also include questions about disability issues in a poll on these topics. Go here to fill it out and get your chance to win $500 for your favorite charity!

All the best for a Shana tova! May your year be filled with good health, happiness and meaning.

P.S. Earlier we were involved in a great project for the Foundation for Jewish Camps on disability and overnight camps. If you want to see their results, go here.

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