What We Offer

What does Makom Hadash offer to Jewish innovation organizations?

Makom Hadash offers space and office services to members, and a range of networking and educational programming to the range of smaller Jewish organizations.  Member organizations pay a single monthly fee.  For those who reserve office space, this includes all rent, utilities, and office services; for both residents and non-residents it includes a range of office support and programming.   Many Makom Hadash programs are open to both members and non-members.

Resident member organizations house their principal or regional offices at Makom Hadash.  Membership includes desks and chairs, file space and cabinet storage.  In addition, the single monthly fee includes

  • A telephone and one telephone line per desk with unlimited local and national calling; additional phone lines can be available for a modest charge
  • Unlimited high-speed Internet, wireless network, and maintenance
  • Utilities, cleaning, building security, insurance for the premises and for property supplied by Makom Hadash

Non-resident members have the use of a hot desk and other office amenities on an occasional basis, typically one or two days a week.  It includes

  • A telephone number for incoming calls with a voice mailbox
  • A mailbox
  • Use of the office high-speed Internet and wireless network

All members also have

  • Access to copier, fax, network printer, and postage machines, meeting rooms and informal gathering spaces, and seating for visitors, interns and volunteers
  • Use of Makom Hadash kitchenette, including refrigerators, microwave, glass plates, and dairy cutlery
  • Access to the building gym, with locker room and shower, and the rooftop garden
  • Secure bicycle storage in Makom Hadash space
  • Member programming including weekly community learning, group lunches, Jewish study opportunities, and professional development
  • Preference for external programming, including seminars

Programs for both members and others include

  • Workshops and learning for staff
  • Seminars on topics of interest to many innovation-sector organizations
  • Inexpensive space for Jewish innovation groups’ meetings and member events
  • Community of practice gatherings and specialized meet-ups
  • Flexible space for Jewish arts organizations  to reserve for rehearsals and workshops outside of business hours
  • Opportunities to collaborate with other similarly-scaled or -staged organizations on program and on back-end infrastructure

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