Sponsorships and Advertising

For organizations looking to engage Jewish college students, alumni and young professionals, there is no better partner than Hillel International, the world’s largest Jewish campus organization.

Partnership Opportunities

Whether online, in print, or in person, Hillel delivers targeted messaging from a trusted source. There are many ways to connect with your audience by partnering with Hillel.

Are you looking to get your message in front of Jewish college students, alumni, and their parents online? Hillel.org averages 500,000 unique users each year, and Hillel International reaches more than 400,000 email subscribers via monthly newsletter or dedicated email blast. Geotargeting and other audience segmentation options (current college students, parents, etc.) are available.

Reach out to David Kelsey at [email protected] for a rate card and more information.

Each spring, Hillel International hosts two marquee events in New York City; a high-stakes Texas Hold ‘em Poker Tournament, and an annual gala celebrating the year in Jewish life on campus. Hillel also hosts major donor events throughout the year in Jerusalem, Washington D.C., Los Angeles, and the Hamptons.

Contact Amy Marks at [email protected] for information about event sponsorship opportunities.

Reach 1,200 Hillel professionals working on college campuses across the country and around the world at Hillel’s annual conference. The majority of attendees are between the ages of 22-30, and are significant influencers with Jewish college students on their campuses. 

The Hillel College Guide Magazine is an ideal platform for organizations interested in reaching Jewish high school students across multiple channels. More than 50,000 students and their families receive the Hillel College Guide magazine every fall, and 200,000 unique users visit the Hillel College Guide online each year to help inform their college decision.

Contact Mid-Atlantic Media at [email protected] for more information.

Thank you to our HIGA 2023 Partners!

  • 019 Mobile
  • Academy for Jewish Religion
  • Adamah
  • ALEPH: Alliance for Jewish Renewal
  • Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority
  • Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity and Foundation
  • Alums for Campus Fairness
  • American Jewish Committee (AJC)
  • American Jewish University
  • Authentic Israel
  • Avodah
  • Bamko
  • Bar Ilan University International School
  • BBYO
  • BF Saul Insurance
  • BICEP/ Seed the Dream Foundation
  • Birthright Israel Onward
  • Challah for Hunger, a Project of MAZON: A Jewish Response to Hunger
  • Classy
  • Dayenu; A Jewish Call to Climate Action
  • Foundation for Jewish Camp
  • Gratz College
  • Hadar Institute
  • Hebrew College
  • Hebrew Union College
  • Hornstein Program in Jewish Professional Leadership at Brandeis
  • IGT–Makor Educational Journeys
  • Immersive Experiences – Hillel
  • Interfaith America
  • ISRAEL 21C
  • Israel on Campus Coalition
  • Israel Policy Forum
  • JDC-Entwine
  • Jewish Communal Leadership Program at the University of Michigan
  • Jewish National Fund USA
  • Jewish Theological Seminary of America (JTS)
  • Jewish Youth Pledge
  • JFBP LLC (JFed Financing Solutions)
  • JPRO
  • Keshet
  • Koren Publishers Jerusalem
  • Maccabee Task Force
  • Masa Israel Journey
  • Meyerhoff Center
  • Moishe House
  • Nachshon Project
  • OLAM
  • One America Movement
  • Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies
  • Reconstructionist Rabbinical College
  • Repair the World
  • RootOne
  • Sharsheret
  • Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity
  • Sigma Delta Tau Sorority
  • Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership
  • StandWithUs
  • The Blue Dove Foundation
  • The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
  • The iCenter
  • The Taube Center for Jewish Life & Learning
  • The Wexner Foundation
  • World Zionist Organization
  • Yeshivat Covevei Torah (YCT)
  • Zeta Beta Tau (ZBT) Fraternity and Foundation
  • Young Judaea
  • IAC