The liberal, pro-peace Israel lobbying group J Street doesn't typically disclose all of its funding, but it's been raising more of it each year since its inception in 2007.
- George Soros & family, who have given approximately $250,000 per year over the past three years
- Bill Benter, a Pittsburgh-based technology entrepreneur who serves as CEO of Acusis, an outsourced medical transcription service, has been able to raise and donate at least $800,000 over J Street's first two years of existence, including from associates in Hong Kong*
- The Skoll Global Threats Fund, a group whose mission is "to confront global threats imperiling humanity by seeking solutions, strengthening alliances, and spurring the actions needed to safeguard the future," gave at least $200,000 to J Street's 501(c)3 arm
- The Nathan Cummings Foundation, a Jewish organization that focuses on "democratic values and social justice, including fairness, diversity, and community," has given a "significant six-figure amount" according to Ben-Ami
- Israeli American businessman Davidi Gilo and Deborah Sagner, (of the Democracy Alliance board, also connected to New Jersey-based real estate development firm Sagner Companies), who serve on J Street's advisory council, have given a couple hundred thousand dollars to J Street since its inception