DONOR-INSPIREDPHILANTHROPY GIVING CIRCLES Giving circles are a way for people to pool their resources so that they can have a collective voice in making decisions in areas of philanthropy that directly impact their lives. In 2017-2018, 43 members raised $338,000 from gifts ranging in size from $1,800 - $10,000. Jewish Women’s Fund In its fifth year, the Jewish Women’s Fund helps women and girls in the Jewish community. The 22-member board granted $200,000 this fiscal year to five organizations focused on leadership, health and well-being, and economic security: At the Well, The Center for Women’s Justice, Hebrew Free Loan Association, IGNITE, and Shalom Bayit. Jewish Pride Fund In its inaugural grant year, the Pride Fund focuses on the intersecting needs of the Jewish and LGBTQ community, granting $6,000 each to Israel Gay Youth, Eshel, and the Queer Jewish Youth Program at the JCCSF. CENTENNIAL CAMPAIGN The Federation’s Centennial Campaign was created in 2010 in order to safeguard the future with legacy gifts so that all the individuals, organizations, and programs the Federation supports are able to serve others for the next century. As of 2018, $182 million has been secured from 315 donors and families toward the Centennial Campaign goal of $250 million by 2025. DONOR ADVISED FUNDS AND SUPPORTING FOUNDATIONS Through these personal giving vehicles, donors granted a total of $193 million, with 75% supporting secular causes and 25% supporting Jewish causes. SPOTLIGHT: FEDERATION PHILANTHROPY PARTNERS The broader philanthropic world is growing and developing rapidly. With the exponential growth of impact investing, increased interest in collective giving and technology use, and younger donors prioritizing measurable impact, comes a need for more personalized, effective approaches. To respond to changing needs, we have launched a philanthropy advisory practice, called Federation Philanthropy Partners. Our purpose is to inform, educate, inspire, and challenge philanthropy driven by Jewish values, and the philanthropists in our communities. This practice provides advisory services, new models for investment, new products for grantmaking, as well as philanthropic engagement for the Federation's donor advised fund holders and supporting foundations. 9