Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Prescott

20 Years of Making a Difference
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Who Are We?

We are a not for profit public charity created solely for educational, charitable, and religious purposes governed by an all-volunteer Board of Trustees

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Why We Give

For over 5,000 years, Jewish teaching have emphasized the importance of Tzedakah (Hebrew for charity).  Unlike voluntary giving, Tzedakah is considered an ethical and moral obligation to give regardless of one’s financial resources

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To Whom We Give

The simple answer: You, the community.  We provide funding to agencies and organizations that meet the basic needs of the less fortunate, as well as projects and initiatives that benefit the community, the state and in some cases our nation

LEADERSHIP REFLECTIONS

On Tuesday, October 7, 1980, the Congress of the United States unanimously passed Public Law 98-388 to establish a national recognition of Days of Remembrance to commemorate and honor those who were systemically persecuted and annihilated by Nazi Germany. From 2006 until 2014, the Foundation, with its various community partners, sponsored a Days of Remembrance event featuring the story of a Holocaust survivor. For those who attended one of those events, it was an experience like none other. The stories of survival and hope left a lasting impression. READ MORE >>

Making a Difference Within Our Community

Grants

Grants

Supporting local non-profits

Health Care

Health Care

Investing in the future of healthcare

Cultural

Cultural

Supporting and enriching charities

Philanthropy

Giving together for a world of good

Outreach

Holocaust Remembrance

Holocaust Remembrance

We will never forget

Missions to Israel

Missions to Israel

Building bridges

What You Do Matters

What You Do Matters

Lessons from the Holocaust