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Alone on the Quad

Erik Ludwig and Aryeh Weinberg, Institute for Jewish and Community Research, February 2012

FOLLOWING THE MONEY: A Look at Jewish Foundation Giving
This summary examines giving characteristics of selected Jewish foundations with approximately $20 billion in combined assets who made grants of $1.4 billion to Jewish causes. The data revealed that perhaps the most important decision private foundations have made is to continue to provide significant support toward traditional centralized organizations while also seeding innovative Jewish projects and organizations. This “and/both” instead of “either/or” approach provides the Jewish community with support for core programs while maintaining the ability to research and develop new programs that meet contemporary needs.

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