News & Events

“Nobody Wants to be Homeless”0

Youth on Their Own is a dropout prevention program that supports the high school graduation and continued success of youth who are homeless through no fault of their own.
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James A. Whitehill Elected President of the JCF Board of Trustees0

Board member Goggy Davidowitz is a newly elected Vice President and new Board members include Caron Mitchell, Stephen Rodgveller and James Shiner.

Attorneys & CPAs: Register Now for 2017 Summer Series0

Presenting new, timely information, continuing education credits, and networking through this annual series beginning July 12th.
Bertie Levkowitz

Helping Children Today Build Tomorrow’s Jewish Community0

Bertie Levkowitz's greatest philanthropic passion has and continues to be Tucson Hebrew Academy whose board she currently chairs.

Honoring Their Children by Helping the Community0

Award established by Robyn Kessler & Jeff Timan and Martha & Bill Sampson recognizes THA faculty who go above and beyond expectations and demonstrate exceptional merit in teaching and inspiring students.
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$328,335 Awarded to 20 Organizations0

JCF focused 2016 Community Grants Program funding in 3 areas: Local Jewish; Local General; and Israel & Global Jewry. New this year: Synagogue Mini-Grants to aid smaller projects. JCF partners with JFSA for Jewish grant making.

Andy & Linda Kunsberg: Like Daughter, Like Parents0

They decided they needed to follow in the footsteps of their daughter Rebecca. "...We too, needed to be more connected to the Jewish community and give back."
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Equal Rights for Women in Israel0

JCF awards $10,000 to Israel Religious Action Center, preeminent civil and human rights organization.

THA Receives $2,500 award from Goldman Family Israel Scholarship0

The award helps pay for a student's travel expenses to Israel for the May 2016 trip.

Josh & Ashley Hurand: Stepping Up for a Community They Love0

They recently opened a Donor Advised Fund, following in the footsteps of Josh’s parents, grandparents, and great grandparents.