Charitable Giving and Financial Planning Directory

Anti-Defamation League – Arizona
3200 N Central Ave. #2120, Phoenix
602-274-0991 •

The Anti-Defamation League, founded in 1913, is the world’s leading organization fighting anti-Semitism through programs and services that counteract hatred, prejudice and bigotry.

American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science
909-913-1307 •

The American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science has enabled countless individuals and families to have an immediate impact on groundbreaking science that will improve our world. By establishing a new scientist fund, a scholarship, or a research fund, American Committee donors can become partners in the search for answers to humanity’s greatest challenges.

Brandeis National Committee Phoenix Chapter
PO Box 13755, Scottsdale
480-359-7262 •

We are a 501c3 which supports Brandeis University through donations to the library, scholarships to worthy students and contributions to the “Sustaining the Mind” program which is doing research on Alzheimer’s disease and other neurodegenerative diseases. We also have a defined giving plan.

Chabad of Arizona Tuition Organization
2110 E Lincoln Drive, Phoenix
602-944-2753 •

We are the first STO serving the Phoenix Jewish community, to help give children in need the Jewish education they deserve, at no additional financial cost to you. In two easy steps, you can give back by visiting and utilizing the tuition tax credit for Jewish education.

Chandler Center for the Arts
250 N Arizona Ave., Chandler
480-782-2674 •

You may choose to support: performance programs (dance, plays, concerts, etc.), special fundraising events (Evenings for the Arts, Eat Your Art Out Chandler), endowment fund,
education & outreach (Theatre Kidz, Camp Kidz, Vision Kidz, Youth Advisory Council) or
planned giving.

Council For Jews With Special Needs
12701 N Scottsdale Road #205, Scottsdale
480-629-5343 •

Founded in 1985, Council For Jews With Special Needs supports individuals with special needs and their families in the Jewish community to lead fuller lives. Donations received (Tax ID# 86-0626273) allow agency’s programs and services to be available at little to no cost.

Higley Center for the Performing Arts
4132 E Pecos Road, Gilbert
480-279-7193 •

Higley Center hosts an acclaimed series of nationally touring artists and entertainers as well as community rentals. It is also home to student events and meetings of the Higley Unified School District, which, thanks to our generous community, built the facility with bond funds. Funding for operations and staffing comes from rental income, donations and sponsorships by community members and businesses, as well as ticket sales.

Foothills Academy
7191 E Ashler Hills, Scottsdale
480-488-5583 •

Foothills Academy is a small college prep charter school serving grades K-12; part of the northeast Valley community for the last 23 years. Strong college placement record, science fair participation, STEAM classes; all in a highly personalized setting. Charitable giving and financial planning areas: technology infrastructure, high school STEAM lab development and facilities upgrades.  We are a 501c3 corporation.

Hillel at Arizona State University
1012 S Mill Ave., Tempe
480-967-7563 •

The mission of Hillel at Arizona State University is to enrich the lives of Jewish undergraduate and graduate students, so that they may enrich the Jewish people, Israel and the world.

Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix
12701 N Scottsdale Road #202, Scottsdale
480-699-1717 •

You can create a meaningful charitable gift plan – ranging from donor-advised funds to permanent-endowment funds by working with Foundation staff. Establishing a fund is easy, and can be done with lifetime giving from your estate. Contributions to your fund are professionally invested and managed and grow tax-free.

Jewish Family & Children’s Service
4747 N Seventh St. #100, Phoenix
602-279-7655 •

JFCS strives to increase self-sufficiency and strengthen families through quality medical, behavioral health and social services. We provide counseling, emergency financial assistance, holiday giving, older adult and senior services, mental health education, Jewish career services, resources, and has the only Jewish senior enrichment center in Phoenix.

Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix
12701 N Scottsdale Road #201, Scottsdale
480-481-7002 •

The Federation has a variety of ways to give, including one-time and recurring donations, tribute gifts, planned giving, special campaigns and sponsorship. No matter which way you choose to give, your generosity will help Jews in need and build vibrant Jewish communities here, in Israel and around the world.

Jewish Free Loan
3443 N Central Ave. #707, Phoenix
602-230-7983 •

Jewish Free Loan provides interest-free loans and financial literacy workshops to enhance the quality of life of Jewish Arizonans. Loan programs include, but are not limited to: senior care needs, adoption/IVF, education/vocational training, Jewish summer camp & Israel experiences, Jewish education, debt consolidation, small business and emergency needs. Confidentiality assured.

Jewish Genetic Diseases Center of Greater Phoenix
12701 N Scottsdale Road #201, Scottsdale
480-668-3347 •

Our “Legacy Gene Pool” offers programs and recognition for those who make a lasting planned gift to the Jewish Genetic Diseases Center of Greater Phoenix. We also work closely with the Jewish Community Foundation to assist our donors in achieving their charitable giving goals.

Jewish National Fund
8698 E San Alberto Drive #B, Scottsdale
480-447-8100 ext. 981 •

JNF Planned Giving opportunities give you a generous return and the benefit of tax savings, plus recognition in Israel. JNF’s charitable gift annuities enable you to transfer your cash or appreciated property to JNF in exchange for our promise to pay you fixed income for the rest of your life.

Jewish Tuition Organization
12701 N Scottsdale Road #100M, Scottsdale
480-634-4926 •

The Jewish Tuition Organization (JTO) is a student tuition organization (STO) that provides need-based scholarships to students attending Jewish day schools, with funds raised through the Arizona private school tax credit. The dollar-for-dollar tax credit is available to individuals, C-Corps, S-Corps and insurance companies with an Arizona tax liability.

The Arizona Center for Judaic Studies
845 N Park Ave. #420, Tucson
520-626-5758 •

Online giving is available on our website.

Tucson Jewish Community Center
3800 E River Road, Tucson
520-299-3000 •

Open to all, the Tucson JCC serves the greater Tucson community and is a 501c3 nonprofit agency offering vital, enriching programs. We create community, based on Jewish values, by providing the highest quality programs and services in a safe and secure environment – for all people of all ages. Approximately 30% of our membership qualify for, and receive, scholarships funded through charitable giving.

Tucson Jewish Community Center
3800 E River Road, Tucson
520-299-3000 •

The Tucson International Jewish Film Festival, through the magic and power of cinema, promotes the preservation of Jewish culture and encourages cultural diversity. Each year in January, the film festival presents more than 20 international and national films and documentaries, attracting more than 3,000 attendees. Please consider supporting the film festival and The J’s arts and cultural programs.

Valley of the Sun Jewish Community Center
12701 N Scottsdale Road #201, Scottsdale
480-481-7002 •

The J has a variety of ways to give, including one-time and recurring donations, tribute gifts, planned giving and sponsorship. We also accept car, boat and RV donations. No matter which way you choose to give, your generosity will help enrich lives through quality programs and by assuring there is a place for the community to gather.

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