Collaborative Giving

Collaboration and Connection

Our community is rich in connection, and by bringing together like-minded philanthropists we create opportunities for learning and engagement.

Collaborative Philanthropy
Our Collaborative Philanthropy programs inform, educate, and build networked communities of philanthropists driven by Jewish values. Collaborative philanthropy offers experiential, collaborative grant-making where issue-area and/or identity-based philanthropic grant-making inspires Jewish donors to engage in new and creative philanthropic pursuits. The programs include: the Tzedek Fund, a giving circle for Jews of Color (JOC); the Jewish Pride Fund; and the Jewish Women’s Fund. Our newest and largest giving circle is the Global Jewish Citizen's Fund which will focus on issues related to the crisis of global forced migration and granting to support immigrants, refugees, and asylum seekers.

Day of Philanthropy

This signature Federation event brings together donors, leaders, and professionals to explore issues that impact philanthropy today. It’s an opportunity to learn, connect, and celebrate our collective impact. The event includes a community luncheon honoring local leaders, keynote speakers, and workshops/roundtables.

Special Events
Throughout the year, Federation Philanthropy Partners convenes special events for donors. Our Fed Talks series features speakers working on some of the most pressing issues of our time and sharing ways we can get involved. Our larger events have featured luminaries such as Sir Ronald Cohen, the impact investing pioneer, and Robbie Kaplan, the groundbreaking attorney fighting hate groups responsible for the 2017 attacks in Charlottesville, VA. These events are designed to inspire, educate, and bring together our donor community.



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