SRE Network Members are Jewish non-profit organizations committed to creating and sustaining workplaces and communal spaces that are safe, respectful, and equitable. SRE Network inspires meaningful change by bringing organizations together to address gender-based and other forms of harassment, discrimination, and inequity.
Become a SRE Network Member
Being a SRE Network Member sends a strong message that your organization is committed to providing safe, respectful, and equitable workplaces and communal spaces for all. As a member, you will gain peer support and access to necessary skills, tools, and resources to foster a healthy workplace and community. Realizing our shared goals will require persistence, time, individual self-reflection and collective action. As members of SRE, we:
- Are united by a shared set of goals and commitments around safety, respect, and equity.
- Recognize that misconduct and discrimination happen in Jewish workplaces and cannot tolerate these behaviors within our institutions.
- Believe that change can happen much more efficiently by using a collective impact approach.
- Share our learnings and bolster each other’s efforts as we are all learners on this journey together.
SRE Network believes organizations are capable of creating and sustaining safe, respectful, and equitable workplaces for all when they are committed and have the skills, tools, and resources to make meaningful change. We work to provide member organizations with:
SRE Network Standards to serve as a roadmap for your organization in developing new practices and structures
Learning programs to develop new skills and knowledge
Resources such as guides, toolkits, checklists
Exclusive community investment opportunities to receive funding
Opportunities to learn and gain support from fellow members
Tailored support from the dedicated SRE Network team
SRE Network membership is for Jewish nonprofit organizations based in North America. By becoming a member, your organization commits to:
- Being on a journey toward implementing the SRE Network Standards*.
- Assessing your progress on that journey through the SRE Network Standards Self-Assessment (SSA).
- Joining a learning community committed to creating safe, respectful, and equitable workplaces for all.
*The SRE Network Standards were designed by experts to prevent and address discrimination and harassment in Jewish workplaces and communal space. They emphasize prevention, intervention, and compliance. The Standards are meant to ground, guide and inspire organizations in their journey to creating optimal workplaces and communal spaces by focusing on four key areas: Leadership & Accountability; Policies & Guidelines; Reporting & Response; and Education & Training.
Our Membership Review Process
Learn more about the SRE Network Membership Review Process.
How to Join
Change won't happen overnight. But it starts today. Follow the step-by-step instructions to become a member. This process includes reviewing the SRE Network Standards with your leadership team to secure an organizational commitment and completing your first annual Standards Self-Assessment (SSA).
Renewing member organizations recommit to this work annually by completing a Standards Self-Assessment each year to assess their progress on their SRE journey.
What Does it Cost?
Membership is provided at no financial cost to members at this time. Our hope for all members is that they invest in SRE Network membership and their organization’s commitment to this work with their time and attention, through engaging in our annual SRE Network Convening, annual self-assessment, and other learning opportunities.
For any questions about becoming a SRE Network member, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SRE Networks’ member organizations include institutions of varying sizes, movements and locations; people of all genders, sexual orientations, abilities, ages and origins; professionals and volunteers, board members and community members; religious and secular, and the diverse racial and ethnic mosaic that makes up today’s Jewish community. View SRE Network’s member organizations here.