Endowments provide a source of funding and support Jewish programming while ensuring Jewish culture is sustained for future generations.

Here are just a few of the programs and experiences that endowments through the Jewish Foundation of Greater Dayton help fund:

1. Young actors perform in the JCC Children’s Theater production of Tarzan!

2. Students from JCC Early Childhood Care & Education create a mural of Israel for the Jewish Dayton Magazine.

3. JFGD Board Member Daniel Sweeny, Foundation Director Janese R. Sweeny, Campaign Director Juliet Glaser and JFGD Graphic Designer Emily Snyder attend the 2018 General Assembly in Los Angeles.

4. Jewish Dayton gives back as members of the community participate in a JFS Mitzvah Mission.

For more information about Foundation, contact Janese R. Sweeny, Esq., Foundation Director at (937) 401-1542 or jsweeny@jfgd.net.

WOLFE MARCUS TRUST YOUTH TRAVEL TO ISRAEL SCHOLARSHIP

Endowments through the Jewish Foundation of Greater Dayton help support a wide variety of programs and services provided through the Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton, Jewish Family Services, and the Jewish Community Center. Several funds were established to provide scholarship opportunities to local youth, including the Wolfe Marcus Fund, which was established to provide scholarships for local youth who are planning to travel to Israel. Legacy gifts help the Federation and its agencies meet their missions, and provide programs and services for generations to come.

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