CJP Funding

Phoenix CJP is a reliable partner for your organization.

In its first combined grant cycle, the Jewish Community Foundation and Jewish Federation (now the Center for Jewish Philanthropy of Greater Phoenix) awarded more than $1.4 million to Jewish organizations, programs and services locally, in Israel and overseas. The organization awarded a combination of core operating support and program grants to meet the needs of our Jewish community.

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Endowed funds and contributions to the Annual Campaign enable the Center for Jewish Philanthropy to award grants to a variety of organizations making a difference in Greater Phoenix, Israel and around the world.

To learn more about the 2024 Community Impact (formerly grants and allocations) process, please download the file below:

For organizations serving the Greater Phoenix Jewish community, click below to apply for a strategic initiative grant (formerly a program grant).

Small Grants

Local organizations applying for grants of $5,000 or less now have the option of requesting funding through this expedited process. Applications submitted through the Small Grants process will be reviewed on a streamlined, rolling basis.

Download the form to learn more about Small Grants and apply!

2024

Community Impact Committee Grants

The Center for Jewish Philanthropy recently awarded more than $1.5 million in grants to the greater Phoenix Jewish community, and Israel and overseas.

Strategic Initiative Recommendations – Local

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Anti-Defamation League

Driving Out Darkenss: ADL Arizona Summit on Antisemitism & Hate

This one-day, immersive learning experience will bring together members of the community, law enforcement, interfaith partners, students, and educators to hear from leading experts on antisemitism, hate, bigotry, and allyship, with a goal of attracting 40% of attendees from outside the Jewish community. The program includes a special student track for college students in partnership with Hillel.

 

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Arizona Jewish Historical Society

Holocaust Education Exhibitions

Funds provide additional virtual reality and Holographic Dimensions installations for Stories of Survival: An Immersive Journey through the Holocaust, featuring four local survivors & their powerful calls to action.    

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Arizona Kosher Food Pantry

Shabbat Dinners for Needy Jewish Families

Funding provides kosher Shabbat dinners, delivered Valley wide each week to families who are referred by Jewish Family and Children’s Service and Jewish Day Schools. Arizona Kosher Pantry is a partner of St. Mary’s Food Bank in Phoenix.

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BBYO

Launching the Next 100 Years of Teen Leadership

The Bureau offers teacher training programs for the early childhood and religious school settings, to inspire and strengthen Jewish literacy and confidence. IGNITE, is a year-long Jewish learning series for religious school educators, and the Early Childhood Conference is a collaboration with 11 area Jewish Early Childhood Centers, providing a unique opportunity for networking, collaboration, and the exchange of innovative ideas. 

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Birthright Israel (BI) Foundation

Securing the Future Through Birthright Israel

Funding supports four individuals from Greater Phoenix area to participate on a Birthright Israel trip. 

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Bureau of Jewish Education

Support for Educators and Teacher Training

The Bureau offers teacher training programs for the early childhood and religious school settings, to inspire and strengthen Jewish literacy and confidence. IGNITE, is a year-long Jewish learning series for religious school educators, and the Early Childhood Conference is a collaboration with 11 area Jewish Early Childhood Centers, providing a unique opportunity for networking, collaboration, and the exchange of innovative ideas. 

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Center for Jewish Philanthropy

Discretionary Reserve

Funding from the discretionary reserve may be used for requests that are cultivated by the CJP outside of the annual grant cycle, for responses to emergencies, man-made or natural disasters affecting the Jewish community, and for CJP’s Small Grants Program. 

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Chabad of Arizona

Friendship Circle

Committed to serving all members of the community regardless of religious affiliation, the Friendship Circle provides support to families of children with special needs, and empowers and enriches its network of mostly teen-aged volunteers. 

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Chabad House

Smile on Seniors West Valley

Smile on Seniors West Valley provides Jewish programming, education and experiences geared specifically to the senior and aging Jewish population in the West Valley. Activities include classes, workshops and holiday events, Shabbat challah delivery, as well as one-on-one home visits and spiritual care 

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Chabad of Arizona

Smile on Seniors (SOS)

SOS offers a wide array of services and programs for seniors, including in-home visits by volunteers, Shabbat dinners, holiday celebrations, luncheons, social programs, chaplaincy, educational lectures, and discussions with the Rabbi.

 

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Chai Lifeline

I-Shine Afterschool Program

The i-Shine program is an after-school program that supports healthy children impacted by illness and loss in their families. The program focuses on three areas: emotional support (one-on-one support), peer support (meeting other children experiencing similar situations), and practical support (help with homework and meals) during the most crucial time of the day for families – the after-school hours. i-Shine provides a caring and compassionate “home away from home” for these children. 

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East Valley Jewish Community Center (EVJCC)

Holocaust Education for Students

In partnership with Scottsdale Arts, this program targets Arizona middle and high school students to increase their Holocaust education via Holocaust Live, Virtual Auschwitz Tours. Participating classrooms are sent a box with historical materials about the Holocaust and survivors, to continue in the class with experiential elements to add engagement following the tours. The boxes and the live tours bring history to life and merge virtual lessons with sensory and tactical materials. 

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Friends of Israel Scouts Inc. Tzofim - Shevet Shemesh Arizona

Israeli Scount of Arizona Program

Shevet Shemesh, part of the Israeli Scouts of North America, offers weekly activities for students in grades 2-12, providing a mix of Hebrew and English immersion. Programs focus on social and group activities centered around universal values such as democracy, equality, and tolerance, and include Israeli and Jewish holidays and historical events, in an effort to help foster a deep love for the land of Israel.

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Gesher Disability Resources

Gesher Unplugged - Learning Never Stops and Summer Bootcamp

Gesher Unplugged – Learning Never Stops is a summer enrichment program designed to help students in first through fifth grades avoid summer learning loss. Lessons focus on math, reading and science and avoid the use of technology. Gesher educators who hold degrees in special education and early childhood education create the content and oversee the campers.

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Greater Phoenix Jewish Film Festival

Festival Film Rental

Funds will help defray the cost of renting the films shown at the 2025 Jewish Film Festival.  While open to the public, the primary constituency served are Jewish community members. Films are shown in Scottsdale, Chandler, and Peoria, and the 2024 festival attracted more than 4,000 unique participants.

 

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Hillel at ASU

Beyond Hillel Leadership Program

Beyond Hillel is a leadership development program aimed at investing in the current student leadership at ASU Hillel. Hillel at ASU has a leadership board of 25 students which will grow significantly over the next academic year. The leadership board plays an integral role in shaping student engagement and education. Through Beyond, engaging, training, and mentoring 50 high-level student leaders will help Hillel achieve their engagement goals of 1,000+ Jewish students annually across all four ASU campuses – Tempe, Downtown, Polytechnic, and West.

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Jewish Community Relations Council

Associate Director Position

This funding will address the JCRC’s need to expand its capacity to deal with and mitigate the situations that the Jewish community faces. Funding will support an associate director position.

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Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS)

Senior Concierge

Implemented in 2015, JFCS’ Senior Concierge program provides seniors, adult children, family members, and care partners with increased access to services that can help older adults remain active, healthy, safe, connected, and independent.

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Jewish Free Loan

Margill Loan Manager Software

This new cloud-based loan management system will enable Jewish Free Loan to track, process and analyze all applications submitted to its interest-free loan program, increasing organizational effectiveness and responsiveness. 

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Kivel Campus of Care

Jewish Services and Programs at Kivel

Funding provides Shabbat and High Holiday services for residents and their families, Jewish holiday celebrations and transportation to Smile on Seniors Shabbat dinners. This program provides a Jewish atmosphere, Jewish activities and socialization opportunities for Kivel residents as well as Jewish people in the community.

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Minkoff Center for Jewish Genetics

Genetic Screening, Counseling and Support Program

The Minkoff Center for Jewish Genetics provides highly subsidized or free genetic testing (prenatal and BRCA), in-depth genetic counseling, and support resources, including a BRCA Support Program, for the greater Phoenix Jewish community. They provide one-on-one genetic counseling, testing, and support for all participants. Working with individuals aged 18-85 and anyone who identifies as Jewish or is a partner of a Jewish person, the Center underwrites costs for any genetic-related counseling and testing services that are out of network or not covered by insurance. 

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Moishe House

Moishe House in Phoenix

Since opening in 2013, Moishe House Phoenix has offered more than 900 peer-led Jewish programs, engaging nearly 18,000 participants. Programming encompasses a wide array of opportunities, from Shabbat dinners, Jewish cultural programs, holiday celebrations, and Jewish learning series to social gatherings, volunteering initiatives, and much more.

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OneTable

Elevating OneTable Phoenix

OneTable enables accessible and repeatable DIY, home-based Jewish ritual, mental wellness practices, and personal connections, all through the lens of Shabbat. OneTable technology matches hosts with resources to build community and helps guests find Shabbat dinners. Through a dedicated landing page, on-the ground support by a Phoenix Community Ambassador, and food credits, young adults have what they need to welcome people to their own Shabbat dinner.

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Pardes Jewish Day School

Responsive Classroom Training for Teachers

The Responsive Classroom approach is a research-based, teacher-designed program that has shown great success in improving classroom culture, student engagement, and academic outcomes. By implementing this program, Pardes seeks to create a positive, inclusive, and responsive learning environment where each student’s social and emotional needs are met, fostering a deep sense of belonging and academic success.

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Phoenix Hebrew Academy

Empowering Governance and Professional Leadership

Funding will be used for comprehensive board development, to elevate the standards of decision-making, transparency, and collaboration, ensuring an enriched learning environment and a resilient educational framework to benefit all students, parents and staff. The goal is to lay the foundation for educational governance that resonates with excellence, transparency, and effective collaboration.

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Phoenix Holocaust Association (PHA)

Part-time Executive Director

For the past 40 years, PHA has been an all-volunteer-based organization. The organization’s influence has grown exponentially over the past decade, highlighting the need to hire a professional leader. Funding will be used towards the second-year salary of the part-time executive director, whose role is to assist with establishing organizational protocols, expand fundraising, increase outreach to area schools and the larger community, and work closely with volunteers to ensure high-quality and impactful programming.

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Scottsdale Arts

Hold on to Hope Traveling Exhibition

The Hope Chest Traveling Exhibition allows youth and adults to journey back in time through the pages of Holocaust survivor Oskar Knoblauch’s memoir, “A Boy’s Story, A Man’s Memory: Surviving the Holocaust 1933-1945.” The traveling exhibition is available both as an “exhibition-in-a-box” for local schools, libraries, and community centers locally, and as an electronic file package with artifact collection for museums, cultural institutions, and other non-local organizations. 

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Temple Chai

Jewish Life in Central Phoenix

Makom aims to provide opportunities for meaningful Jewish engagement to the residents of Central Phoenix, through spiritual, educational, and pastoral programs that are accessible to a wide range of demographic and interest groups. All programs are open to anyone who would like to attend regardless of current affiliation (or lack thereof) and without any requirements regarding future affiliation.

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Valley Beit Midrash

Native American Dialogue and Outreach

The goal of this program is to uplift the voices within the Indigenous and Jewish communities and find shared experiences within each culture, connect and learn about one another to provide aid and organize together in the future. The program also provides direct aid (care kits, food, toys, clothing, etc.) from the Jewish community to Native American communities to improve their quality of life. 

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Women's Jewish Learning Center/Women's Leadership Institute (WLI)

Building the Future

Building our Future represents WLI’s belief in capacity-building now to prepare for future transitions, both professional and board-related. Funding will support the hiring of a part-time staff member, which is integral to the recruitment of new mentees and mentors, planning alumnae programs, identifying potential grant opportunities, and the overall future of the WLI.

Strategic Initiatives Israel and Overseas

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American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

JDC’s programs focus on rescuing Jews in danger, providing aid to vulnerable Jews, developing innovative solutions to Israel’s most complex social challenges, cultivating a Jewish future, and leading the Jewish community’s response to global crises like natural disasters, public health emergencies, and more. In Ukraine and across Europe, where the conflict has displaced thousands, JDC helps Jewish refugees resettle. In Israel, where a new social service law codifies the right of people with disabilities to live independently in the community, JDC is paving the way to ensure that people with disabilities and their families are indeed included in the wider community.

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Economic Empowerment for Women (EEW), A Business of One’s Own

Business and Empowerment Training and Emergency Consulting for Low Income Women

Since October 7, EEW has been focusing on assisting independent business owners who have been evacuated from their homes in the north and south. Each applicant is matched with a professional and receives one-on-one consulting. Funding also supports two courses of A Business of One’s Own, which provides a comprehensive approach to helping low-income women reach economic independence through self-employment.

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Ethiopian National Project (ENP)

ENP School Performance and Community Empowerment 2024-2025

ENP School Performance and Community Empowerment (SPACE) program works to increase the number of Ethiopian Israeli high school students who pass their matriculation exams, improve the level of achievement in these tests and reduce overt and covert dropout rates.

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Friends of United Hatzalah

Israel Under Attack – Emergency Campaign

United Hatzalah continues to need medical equipment for their volunteers, including oxygen tanks, defibrillators, tourniquets, trauma kits and much more. In addition to saving lives, they continue to need protective equipment to keep themselves safe.  

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Hillel - The Right to Choose

Support for Ex-Untra-Orthodox Women, Single Mothers and Children

The program provides both focused short-term support and empowerment to yotzim – Israeli Jews who choose to leave the ultra-Orthodox communities in which they were raised. This program includes counseling and treatment; educational and employment programs, scholarships and tutoring to complete high school equivalency, academic or vocational degrees; comprehensive employment services, free legal aid for single mothers; and housing subsidies and transitional housing in Hillel’s emergency shelter for 25 women aged 18-27.

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itworks

Empowering People, Single Mothers from Poverty to Stability

The goal of the program is to improve the economic situation of single mothers by providing vocational training, soft skills training, and job placement assistance, to help them obtain well-paying employment, allowing them to support their families with dignity and financial security.  

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The Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI)

Aliyah of Rescue: Resettlement of Jewish Refugees

The Jewish Agency provides the global framework for Aliyah, ensures global Jewish safety, strengthens Jewish identity, and connects Jews to Israel and one another, and conveys the voice of the Jewish People to the State of Israel to help shape its society.  JAFI has been instrumental in bringing Jews from Ukraine and Russia to Israel.

 

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Mavoi Satum

A World without Agunot

This project combats get (Jewish divorce) refusal in a strategic effort to bring about a broad-reaching solution and create a world without agunot (a Jewish woman who is stuck in her religious marriage). Mavoi Satum trains women to become activists to effectively share their stories in the media, at parlor meetings, and lectures. Additionally, Mavoi Satum works inside the Knesset and government ministries to legislate systemic solutions.

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Orr Shalom for Children and Youth at Risk

Beating the Odds

Beating the Odds is an on-going program that offers multi-faceted support and concrete assistance to 18-27-year-olds leaving their foster framework to prepare them for their transition to independence. Beating the Odds ensures that Orr Shalom graduates can integrate into Israeli society as empowered and educated tax-paying citizens, capable of building healthy economic and social futures, and of stopping the cycle of abuse and welfare-dependence.

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ORT America

ORT transform more than 200,000 lives annually through education and training via a global education network driven by Jewish values and innovation. They work to bridge the gap between aptitude and opportunity by connecting students and teachers with the tools and resources needed to thrive in today’s technological world. Since the Russian invasion of Ukraine, ORT has provided dedicated assistance – organizing, humanitarian, logistical and financial aid for thousands of ORT family members. 

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Shalva, the Israel Association for the Care and Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities

Me and My Mommy

Me and My Mommy is a one-on-one early intervention therapy program for infants with disabilities, and their parents. Me and My Mommy offers a nurturing environment where infants learn to achieve their development milestones during a critical period of growth. The program gives parents the tools and fortitude to cope with the challenges involved in raising a child with disabilities within the family framework.

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Shekel

Inclusion for People with Disabilities, Medical Supervision at the Hettena School/Day Center

The program serves children ages 3-21 years-old with severe multiple disabilities, both cognitive and physical, and life-threatening medical disorders, and includes Jewish and Arab children from the Jerusalem area. The program provides the services of a medical professional who attends to both the daily medical emergencies and routine medical needs, and a social worker who works in tandem with the doctor and coordinates the medical and therapeutic needs of each child.

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Women’s Spirit – Financial Independence for Women Survivors of Violence

Crossing the Street

Crossing the Street provides survivors of domestic violence with useful tools, knowledge, and support to help them build a safe life, through economic independence, for themselves and their children. The project includes personal and professional guidance, employment skills workshops, mentoring and more.  

General Operating Support Funding

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Bureau of Jewish Education

The Bureau of Jewish Education promotes and enhances Jewish literacy, knowledge and understanding, and provides a pluralistic learning environment to inspire an appreciation of Jewish heritage. Classes and programs strengthen Jewish identity and spiritual life through a pluralistic learning environment.  

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Center for jeiwsh Philanthropy of Greater Phoenix

Senior Rides

The Center for Jewish Philanthropy’s Senior Rides program provides low-cost, subsidized rides to Jewish seniors who are unable to drive and in need of transportation, with a goal of helping seniors age in place.

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Center for Jewish Philanthropy of Greater Phoenix

Jewishphoenix.com, Community Website

JewishPhoenix.com is a free website that aims to connect the community to a wide array of programming and opportunities to engage in Jewish life. The site features more than 160 organizations and services over 5,000 unique visitors per month.

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East Valley Jewish Community Center (EVJCC)

The mission of the East Valley Jewish Community Center is to be a center for social, cultural and educational activities, engaging families and individuals throughout their lifetime through Jewish values. The EVJCC provides education and socialization for children to seniors through a myriad of programs and services.

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Gesher Disability Services

Gesher Disability Resources serves children and adults affected by a disability through inclusion assistance in the classroom, teacher and counselor training, monthly religious services accessible to all, resource referral, residential support, and social groups. Gesher helps individuals with special needs and their families in the Jewish community to lead fuller lives.

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Hillel Jewish Student Center at ASU

Hillel offers religious, cultural, and Israel education initiatives, Jewish learning, leadership development, and professional mentoring, connects students to internship opportunities, and hosts Shabbat and holiday celebrations. It serves as a home away from home for many college students.

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Jewish Family and Children’s Service (JFCS)

Funding supports JFCS’ Jewish Community Services, which serves the Jewish community of Greater Phoenix with a primary focus of addressing the needs of individuals and families across a broad spectrum of Jewish life. Specific programs serve Holocaust Survivors, those in need of Jewish counseling and career services, older adults for in-home care, activities that can remove social isolation barriers, and spiritual guidance to those with illness, trauma, recovery, and/or end of life situations. 

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Valley Beit Midrash, Education Programs (VBM)

Valley Beit Midrash strives to improve the quality of Jewish life in the Greater Phoenix Jewish community through transformative Jewish education. VBM offers myriad classes, panel discussions, and scholars-in-residence for our community, and publishes a journal of local and national Jewish thoughts called “KOLOT: Celebrating the Pluraity of Jewish Voices.

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Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center (VOSJCC)

The Valley of the Sun JCC offers programs for all ages and serves people of all faiths, backgrounds, and abilities. The VOSJCC serves as a gathering place for people to meet, eat, socialize, workout – and feel at home and welcomed.

2022

Grants Community Engagement
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East Valley Jewish Community Center

General Support and Auschwitz Live, Virtual Tours for Students

Funding supports general operating costs and provides free tours to students in the Chandler Unified School District to experience Auschwitz Live Virtual Tours, the only live, online tour through history’s most notorious death camp.

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Hillel Jewish Student Center at ASU

General Support and Hillel Co-Op

Hillel at ASU is the center of Jewish life on campus. Funding supports programing including a new initiative, Hillel Co-op, which convenes students in small groups to address current issues and develop leadership skills.

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Jewish Community Relations Council

Expansion of JCRC Work Statewide

Grant funding will be used to help expand the JCRC to include leadership and oversight of the JCRC in Tucson to help increase the safety and security of the whole of the Jewish community of Arizona.

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JewishPhoenix.com

Community Website

The new digital home of Greater Phoenix’s Jewish community, JewishPhoenix aims to connect people to the wide array of programming and opportunities to engage in Jewish life.

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Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center

General Support

The Valley of the Sun JCC serves as a community hub that provides access to cultural, educational, social and health and fitness programs for people of all ages and backgrounds.

Education

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Bureau of Jewish Education

General Support, IGNITE – Inspire and Empower Today’s Jewish Educators, and Wise Aging

Funding will support educational programming including Wise Aging, a program that helps active seniors explore the issues of aging and IGNITE, an 18-month learning series for religious school educators in greater Phoenix.

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Shabbat Project Arizona

Life Purpose, Empowered Marriage, and Parenting: How to Overcome Stress, Negativity and Anxiety

This 16-week program for married Jewish couples with children uses Torah sources and positive psychology to help improve all areas of their personal lives.

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Valley Beit Midrash

Education Programs

Valley Beit Midrash strives to improve the quality of Jewish life in our community through transformative Jewish education including classes, panel discussions, and scholars-in-residence.

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Oasis School, Forming Critical First Year Connections

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Pardes Jewish Day School

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Phoenix Hebrew Academy

$ 0

She’arim Torah High School

$ 0

Torah Day School

$ 0

Yeshiva High School of Arizona

Holocaust Programming

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Arizona Jewish Historical Society

Life in Shadows: Hidden Children and the Holocaust

Starting September 2022 -January 2023, AZJHS will feature an exhibit from United States Holocaust Memorial Museum that examines the role of ordinary people in the Holocaust and the variety of motives and pressures that influenced individual choices to act.

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ASU

Center for Jewish Studies, Genocide Awareness Week

This week-long event addresses how we confront the legacy of the Holocaust and other mass genocides, while also raising awareness about current and ongoing threats of genocide and related mass atrocity crimes around the world.

Seniors

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Chabad of Arizona

Smile on Seniors (SOS)

Dedicated to enriching the lives of the senior population in Greater Phoenix, SOS offers programs to educate, and encourage Jewish engagement for seniors, their families, and the volunteers who provide services.

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Chabad House

Smile on Seniors West Valley

Smile on Seniors West Valley provides Jewish programming, education and experiences geared specifically to the senior and aging Jewish population in the West Valley.

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Center for Jewish Philanthropy

Senior Rides

The Center for Jewish Philanthropy’s Senior Rides program provides low-cost rides to Jewish seniors who are unable to drive and in need of transportation.

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Jewish Family and Children’s Service

Jewish Community Services, Virtual Center for Senior Enrichment, Senior Concierge

Funding supports overall programming including the Senior Concierge and Virtual Center that help connect older adults to programs and services they need and want to help them remain active, safe, connected and independent.

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Kivel Campus of Care

Jewish Services and Programs

Funding provides Shabbat and High Holiday services, Jewish holiday celebrations, transportation to Smile on Seniors Shabbat dinners, and discussions regarding Israel to Kivel residents.

Services

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Chabad of Arizona

Friendship Circle

Committed to serving all members of the community regardless of religious affiliation, the Friendship Circle provides support to families of children with special needs.

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Ezras Cholim

Shabbat Dinners for Jews in Need

Funding will provide weekly Shabbat dinners, which are delivered Valley-wide, to families who are referred by Jewish Family and Children’s Service and Jewish Day Schools

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Minkoff Center for Jewish Genetics

BRCA Positive Support Network

Funding supports the launch a network of support that will provide ongoing help – both financial and emotional – for those that find themselves with a BRCA positive diagnosis.

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Gesher Disability Services

General Support and Camp Assistance for Children with Disabilities

Gesher helps individuals with special needs and their families in the Jewish community to lead fuller lives. A portion of funding supports summer camp assistance for children with disabilities.

Youth

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Lehadleek

Jewish Youth Outreach

Phoenix has the second largest Bukharian Jewish community in the United States. Lehadleek’s goals are offer educational and social programs to bridge the generational gap between the traditional parents and their secular children who are on the brink of assimilation.

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West Coast NCSY

Take Away 2K

Take Away 2k will educate Jewish and non-Jewish Phoenix and Scottsdale teens about antisemitism. The program will be offered at five high schools, followed by a community-wide awareness event created by the teens, under the guidance of NCSY’s senior educator in antisemitism.

Israel & Overseas

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American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC)

General Support and Humanitarian Assistance for Elderly Jews in the Former Soviet Union

JDC’s humanitarian assistance program offers vital services to Jewish elderly living in post-Soviet states who are unable to meet their own basic needs and have nowhere else to turn for support.

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Hillel – the Right to Choose

Support for Ex-Ultra-Orthodox Women, Single Mothers and Children

This comprehensive program includes counseling and treatment; educational and employment programs, free legal aid, scholarships, social and cultural programming and housing subsidies and transitional housing in Hillel’s emergency shelter for 25 women ages 18-27.

$ 0

Itworks – Empowering People

Single Mothers from Poverty to Stability

This program provides training and support to help single mothers (ages 19-55), learn necessary skills to find a job so that they can support themselves and their families.

$ 0

Jewish Agency for Israel (JAFI)

General Support and Absorption of Ethiopian Immigrants in Israel

Funding supports the process of Aliyah for Ethiopian immigrants and provides the housing, services, and training needed to assimilate into Israeli society.

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Jewish Federations of North America

Ukraine Relief

Grants made to JFNA partners (JDC, JAFI and World ORT) for services including trauma relief, temporary housing, humanitarian support, transportation, Aliyah and absorption, emergency operations and security.

$ 0

Mavoi Satum

A World Without Agunot

Mavoi Satum will train a group of former and current mesoravot get (women whose husbands refuse to grant them a get) to become activists. They will use their platform to work inside the Knesset and government ministries to bring about progressive change.

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Orr Shalom for Children and Youth at Risk

Beating the Odds

Beating the Odds is an on-going program that offers multi-faceted support and concrete assistance to 18-27-year-olds leaving their foster framework to prepare them for their transition to independence.

$ 0

Shekel – Inclusion for People with Disabilities

Medical Supervision at the Hettena School/Day Center

The program serves Jewish and Arab children (ages 3-21) from the Jerusalem area with cognitive and physical disabilities, providing them a medical professional and a social worker to address the needs of each child.

$ 0

Women’s Spirit – Financial Independence for Women Survivors of Violence

Breaking the Bind

Breaking the Bind changes fundamental Israeli policies and laws that undermine, destabilize, and weaken all women but especially women survivors of violence, and the pain and setbacks caused by systematic injustice.

Questions about CJP funding?

Working in tandem with community leaders to fund vital organizations and programs that make our Jewish community vibrant and seeing those programs in action, brings me such fulfillment. If you are interested in funding programs selected by the Community Impact Committee or want to discuss funding local needs from your Donor Advised Fund, I’d love to speak with you.

Sheryl Quen
Vice President, Community Impact
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