Updated Monday, June 21, 2021

Throughout this challenging time, the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix has been honored to build the Emergency Relief Fund and provide much needed financial assistance to our community. By way of the Emergency Fund, $185,400 has been provided to 8 local agencies throughout the pandemic. We are pleased to share details of the fourth and final wave below:

  • $2,400 to Kivel Campus of Care
  • $10,000 to Jewish Family & Children’s Service
  • $5,000 to East Valley JCC
  • $5,000 to Martin Pear JCC
  • $20,000 to Jewish Free Loan

We applaud each of these agencies for their tremendous efforts each day, but even more so during this unprecedented time of COVID-19. Thank you.

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Marty Haberer
President & Chief Executive Officer

Howard R. Cabot
Board Chair

Updated Friday, October 30, 2020

Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix is proud to be a community cornerstone now more than ever. Throughout this challenging time, Federation has provided programming opportunities to groups as well as individuals and financial support to those in most urgent need. We remain as focused as ever in engaging and strengthening a vibrant Jewish Community in Greater Phoenix while proving for Jews in need locally, in Israel and throughout the world.  Please see below to learn more about the impacts we have made over the last several months.

Moving forward, Federation will continue to offer ways to connect and give back. In the coming week’s we have the following events:

  • Blood Drive • Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus
    November 6 | Registration closed, thank you to those who donated
  • Getting Chai: Jews & Cannabis • Virtual
    November 18 | 7pm – Registration closed
  • NowGen Almost Jewish • Virtual
    November 19 | 7:30-8:45pm – Registration closed
  • NowGen Mitzvahpalooza • Virtual
    December 21-30 – Registration closed

We remain ever grateful to our generous donors. If you would like to donate to the Federation Emergency Fund to support those with the most urgent needs during this time, please click here.

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Marty Haberer
President & Chief Executive Officer

Howard R. Cabot
Board Chair

Updated Tuesday, July 13, 2020

The results of our second wave Emergency Fund Grants have been released. Please see below to view how each organization leveraged their grant to assist our community during this time:

 

We thank each agency for their dedication to those in most urgent need. It is because of their important work that our community is able to weather this storm.

Thank you to our generous donors who make the Emergency Fund Grants possible. If you are interested in donating to this fund, please click here.

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Marty Haberer
President & Chief Executive Officer

Howard R. Cabot
Board Chair

Updated Tuesday, May 19, 2020

We are grateful and happy to announce two rounds of Emergency Fund Grants have been distributed to Valley organizations in direct response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic resulting in $87,500 being infused into our local community. The specific focus for these distributions is to provide a safety net for vulnerable populations with critical needs.

The following organizations have received much needed resources to continue their important work:

Second round:

  • East Valley JCC – $5,000
  • Jewish Free Loan – $20, 000
  • Valley Beit Midrash – $500
  • Jewish Family & Children’s Service – $10,000
  • Kivel Campus of Care – $2,000

First round:

  • Jewish Family & Children’s Service and Jewish Free Loan – $40,000 (collaborative request)
  • East Valley JCC – $5,000
  • Martin Pear JCC – $5,000

Jewish Federation of Phoenix Emergency Grant status

To learn how each of these organizations are utilizing their Federation Emergency Grant, please see the entire press release here.

Thank you to our generous donors. If you are interested in donating to the Federation Emergency Fund to provide urgent support to those in greatest need, please click here.

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Marty Haberer
President & Chief Executive Officer

Howard R. Cabot
Board Chair

Friday, March 20, 2020

In response to the impact of the pandemic on the most vulnerable in our community, the Jewish Federation’s Board of Directors has approved the immediate distribution of $50,000 in unrestricted funds from our Annual Campaign to help those with critical needs.

It will provide resources for those isolated and alone, those who are losing income or those whose living situations may be comprised. The funds will be distributed through the Federation to agencies and organizations that provide direct assistance to those in need.

It is at times like these, when we are distanced from each other, that community means the most. We are committed to working together to confront the challenges ahead and assure a healthy future for all of us.

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Marty Haberer
President & Chief Executive Officer

Howard R. Cabot
Board Chair