ARIZONA KOSHER PANTRY
The Arizona Kosher Food Pantry is dedicated to serving all surrounding communities with the ever increasing challenges of food security regardless of religious orientation. The AKP provides specialty kosher Items to the Jewish community in a consolidated “pantry” format.
BEATITUDES CAMPUS SENIOR LIVING COMMUNITY
Since 1990, the Beatitudes Campus Foundation has been the philanthropic partner of Beatitudes Campus senior living community. Our Foundation helps continue our nonprofit mission to serve seniors at Beatitudes as well as in the local community and the greater Phoenix area. Whether you choose to donate your time or give to one of our special charitable funds, you’re helping to make an impact in the lives of seniors.
GESHER DISABILITY RESOURCES
Gesher Disability Resources serves children and adults affected by a disability through inclusion assistance in classrooms/camps, resource referral, residential support and social groups. Over 3000 community members benefit from the agency’s events and services each year. Tax id 86-0626273; QCO Code 20748.
JEWISH FREE LOAN
JFL provides interest-free loans to Jewish families and individuals. Please consider making a charitable donation and/or taking advantage of the Arizona Charitable Tax Credit to make a difference in the lives of Jewish Arizonans.
JEWISH TUITION ORGANIZATION
Support the Jewish Tuition Organization’s Jewish day school scholarships through the dollar-for-dollar private school tax credit and help fund Jewish education. The tax credit is available to individual taxpayers and corporations.
Limmud AZ provides a local pluralistic Day of Jewish Learning annually with a varied program and presenters from far and near. Entirely run by volunteers. Associated with Limmud North America, which provides programming all year long.
MINKOFF CENTER FOR JEWISH GENETICS
Prenatal genetic screening for those of child-bearing age to identify genetic risks and provide options to have healthy children. We also provide screening and referral services regarding the BRCA 1 and BRCA 2 gene mutations associated with inherited cancers found in the Jewish community.