Jewish Needs

The Jewish Needs Endowment Fund of the Columbus Jewish Foundation was established in 1998 to address basic needs of Columbus’ Jewish children, families, adults and elderly, including the working poor and those in temporary economic crisis. The Jewish Needs Committee seeks to work in a coordinated fashion with providers of basic human services, including food, shelter, health and financial literacy.

The Jewish Needs Committee is not accepting grant applications at this time due to previous grant commitments.

Funding is by invitation only.