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Tracy’s Treks blog post: Waiting for Godotsky0

Rather than look at what non-profits want and need, how about some self evaluation? Do you have what it takes to make a good board member?
Allie London

Allie London is new JCF Program Officer0

Allie London is the newly appointed JCF Program Officer, responsible for overseeing and managing the Foundation’s grants program.
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Tracy’s Treks blog post: Aleph Bet Matzo Ball Soup0

A new blog post from Tracy Salkowitz: Oy Gevalt. JFNA, UIA, UJA, JAFI, CJF, JCF, JF&CS, JFSA
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More than $410,000 in grants awarded0

“Our grants committee volunteers and staff worked very hard over the past year to create a process that better serves both our Jewish and general communities,” said JCF CEO Tracy Salkowitz.
2014 Summer Series for Accountants and Attoneys

2014 Summer Series: Hot Topics for Tax & Legal Professionals0

The series begins July 10 with the first of 4 programs, "Arizona Ethics with an Emphasis on Tax Practice Issues."
Stuart Shatken, President, Board of Trustees, Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona

Stuart Shatken named JCF President0

Board members Jane Ash and Andra Karnofsky are newly elected Vice Presidents. New Board members are Myles Beck, Aaron Rottenstein and Linda Tumarkin.
Robyn Schwager is a Legacy Officer at the Jewish Community Foundation of Southern Arizona

Robyn Schwager is new Legacy Officer0

“With Robyn’s arrival, our dedicated JCF legacy team has grown to 4, which means even better support for our donors, potential donors, and their advisors,” says CEO Tracy Salkowitz.
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Israel Discovery Fund supports youth trips to Israel0

The largest youth delegation from Southern Arizona to date will participate in the March of the Living annual educational program in 2014, in part because of an $8,000 grant from this new fund.
Endowment Book of Life signers Angie and Scott Goorman

54 sign Endowment Book of Life in 20140

These new participants bring the total number of signers to nearly 700. The Endowment Book of Life, which began in 1991, has led to the establishment of hundreds of endowment funds at the Foundation, which help ensure the future of the Jewish and broader communities.
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A brand refreshed0

We hope you are enjoying our fresh new look that reflects all of the ways we are better serving our donors and communities: new offices, more legacy staff, enhanced agency relationships, community impact grant making, and three new funds that offer donors more ways to contribute to wh