During times of crisis, individuals and private institutions must step up rapidly. JCF provides advice to make that philanthropy effective.

Philanthropy has a unique role to play when unanticipated challenges suddenly hit. Nonprofits and individual funders can move quickly and efficiently to share information, mobilize resources and help individuals in need. Whether in response to the Poway synagogue shooting, California wildfires, the Covid pandemic, or the movements for racial justice, JCF has brought together experts, resources and capital to guide donors seeking to understand evolving situations around them.

Whoever practices charity and justice fills the world with loving kindness.

Talmud (Sukkah 49b)

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Sharleen Wollach,
Chief Impact Officer

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Giving Opportunities
Kyiv Ukraine

Know. Act. Give. – Invasion of Ukraine

The ongoing Russian invasion of Ukraine has threatened the lives of hundreds of thousands of civilians. Our fund holders are supporting a wide array of organizations, and while this is not a comprehensive list, it does provide a resource for your information.

Past Emergency Giving Opportunities

Past Giving Opportunities

JCF fundholders have generously contributed in situations that required immediate action: from disasters abroad to crises affecting Jewish communities, to matters of racial justice and public health. We alert donors whenever we believe they can provide support to help alleviate suffering. Look out for our Know. Act. Give. announcements.