Innovating how Judaism is accessed by adults and children.
Reimagining how individuals engage with Jewish sources.
Empowering Jews to discover their passion for community.
Inspiring Jewish experiences that last.
Jewish day schools, community leaders, and parents are facing a greater challenge than ever before to present Judaic studies in a manner that is fresh, exciting, and relevant.
In a digital age when we are constantly competing with devices and modern media for attention, Jewish heritage exploration is all too often associated with antiquated methods.
The time has come to innovate methods for Jewish heritage exploration and Jewish text education, making it relevant and meaningful. We invite you to join us on our Jewish journey.
A bright Jewish future means nurturing the next generation so that they are
Passionate about Jewish heritage
Connected to Jewish values
Driven to continue the Jewish journey
Sulamot’s fusion of timeless Jewish concepts with 21st century technology and popular media platforms enables adults and children to experience Jewish heritage in much the same way they communicate with the world.
When we engage with Jewish values using the same methods in which we communicate with one another in our everyday lives, these ancient concepts remain fresh, relevant, and meaningful.
Chief Rabbi of Gush Etzion | Rosh Yeshiva of Lev Academic Center (JCT) | Founder and Chairman of Sulamot and La'Ofek (formerly JobKatif) | Rabbi of Alon Shvut South
Rav Yosef Zvi Rimon is an internationally acclaimed posek – decisor of Jewish law – as well as an author, educator, lecturer, and social innovator.
Individuals and communities from around the globe turn to Rav Rimon regarding complex questions in Halacha. His responses and works on Halacha are shaping the contemporary Jewish world.
For Rav Rimon, innovation in Torah and Chessed come hand in hand.
Rav Rimon founded Sulamot in order to innovate the way that Jewish education is taught and studied. Sulamot’s programs make Judaism accessible, inspiring, and empowering to children and adults in hundreds of communities and schools across the globe.
Rav Rimon is also Founder of La’Ofek (formerly JobKatif), which works with marginalized populations in Israel, enabling them to break the ceiling of poverty by helping them secure gainful employment and enjoy financial security.
In recognition of his outstanding achievements in the fields of Torah and Chessed, Rav Rimon was awarded the Katz Prize in 2018 for the application of Halacha in modern society, the President’s Prize for Volunteerism in 2008, and the Moskowitz Prize for Zionism in 2014 for his revolutionary Chessed initiatives.
Rav Rimon is married to Rabbanit Sharon, a highly accomplished educator and scholar in her own right. He and Rabbanit Sharon have eight girls.