Agencies to Receive $10,000 from Foundation’s Jewish Youth Group

Speaking on behalf of the 35-member Columbus Jewish Youth Foundation, Marissa Madison and Aaron Yalowich presented this year’s grant recommendations docket to the Foundation’s Executive Committee-all of which were approved unanimously.
  • Melton Center for Jewish Studies – Lecture Series for Senior Residents at Creekside at the Village
  • Wexner Heritage Village – Self-Care for Seniors through Integrative Therapy
  • Lifecare Alliance/IMPACT Safety – Safety and emotional coping curriculum for college bound  Jewish High School seniors
  • OSU Hillel – Creating  Jewish Dorm Experiences at College
  • Columbus Jewish Arts Center -  Fall Jewish Arts and Music Festival
Hats off for a job well-done to our Youth Foundation participants.  Each has a personal B’nai Tzedek Youth Philanthropy Fund, and all of them are well on their way to becoming our future community leaders.

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