• 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:

    • CEO 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

  • Photo source: nydailynews.com This week’s terror attack at the Kehilat Bnei Torah synagogue in Jerusalem --in which four Jews were murdered while praying, with many more seriously injured --is an act of pure evil.  Guns, axes are knives were used against innocent worshippers.    Yet the Hamas[...]
  • It is with deep regret that we note the passing of Mildred Rosenberger, a long-time friend and Foundation donor. Millie and her husband George (July 17, 1923 - December 19, 2003) came to Columbus nearly 60 years ago by way of Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Toledo, and South Bend. They were the founde[...]
  • Son-in-law of Henoch and Rochelle Millen was in the same building as the four Rabbis brutally killed early on the morning of November 19, 2014 in a Jerusalem Synagogue. NBC4 news reports on the story below. Video courtesy of NBC4: Columbus, Ohio News, Weather, and Sports (WCMH-TV)

Book of Life

  • In New York City in the 1930s, Rabbi Stephen S. Wise inspired Martin. And for five years, 1936 through 1941, Martin lived at the 92nd Street YMCA(NYC). The Executive Director, Jack Nadel, was an important support. Life at the “Y” was possible because of financial aid from the Jewish Welfare Board. [...]
  • As lifelong residents of the Columbus Jewish community, we were brought up with a strong example set by our family, maintaining their commitment to support all kinds of Jewish charitable services. Our father, Frank A. Glick, was one of the original 8 or 9 men who established what is now known as the[...]