• Managing Community Assets

    • Columbus Jewish Foundation is proud to manage the endowments, real estate and other assets of our Jewish community.

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    • Columbus Jewish Youth

    • The Columbus Jewish Foundation is dedicated to instilling a sense of community and tzedakah in our Jewish youth.

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    • Planting For Our Future

    • As our parents planted for us,
      so we plant for those
      who come after us. –
      Talmud Ta'anit

    • Our Art Collection

    • Exquisite artwork created by Jewish artists from all over the world is on display in our building

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    • Jackie's Corner:

    • Executive Director Jackie Jacobs provides his insights and points of view on supporting the Jewish community

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  • Jewish Youth

  • Helping instill a sense of community and tzedakah in our Jewish youth.

  • Book of Life

  • Thank you to our donors who help shape Jewish Columbus and the Jewish world with their generosity.

  • Jackie's Corner

  • Jackie Jacobs, Foundation CEO, shares his views on Jewish community, philanthropy and importance of legacy giving.

Latest News

  •    Randy Kohn and Billy Barkan both spent a great deal of time playing sports at the JCC. Basketball was their favorite. Sadly, both of these vital young men passed away much before their time. To honor their memories and keep their spirits alive, special funds were set up at the Columbus Jewish[...]
  • Hamas’s offensive tunnel network dug underneath Israel’s border was set to be activated during the High Holidays as a mass terror attack.  The attack was meant to generate as many as ten thousand casualties, men, women and particularly children and hundreds of captives.  “It’s like the Underground, [...]

Book of Life

  • By the way of Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Toledo and South Bend, we came to Columbus almost 40 years ago. That’s when we first really got more involved in the Jewish community, including Boards of Temple Israel, Columbus Jewish Federation, Wexner Heritage House and the Jewish Community Center. Being p[...]
  • Our commitment to both Judaism and the community began with the home.  Gregg's parents were always involved in Jewish organizations, causes and their synagogue.  They lived by the belief that if one wants change or growth, one needs to be willing to work.  One of the greatest beliefs we inherited fr[...]