The Jewish Community Center in Manhattan, Capital Campaign Contribution, New York
The JCC Manhattan is a vibrant center of communal life, which serves more than 12,000 members and thousands more who participate in the diverse cultural, educational, recreational, and Jewish Life programs. Established in 1990, the JCC in 2002 opened the doors of an eleven-story, state-of-the-art facility. Targum Shlishi has pledged five years of support (2004-2008) for the JCC’s Capital Campaign.
The Shul of Bal Harbour, Various Programs, Miami
The Shul of Bal Harbour is a unique synagogue with a varied membership, ranging from experienced congregants to Jews just returning to or learning about their roots, to an active Sephardic component. Targum Shlishi has supported several projects at The Shul in recent years. In 2005 the foundation gave funds for the Month of Adar and charity.
Trickle Up Program, General Support, New York
The Trickle Up Program provides seed capital and business training to launch small businesses to low income people across the globe. Founded in 1979, the program has started more than 135,000 businesses in over 120 countries.
National Council on Economic Education, General Support, New York
The National Council on Economic Education (NCEE) works with teachers nationwide to give students a better understanding of economics and personal financial decision-making. The organization promotes the teaching of practical economics as a core component of the curriculum to address serious deficits in students’ economic literacy.
Jewish Community Relations Council of NY, General Support, New York
The mission of the Jewish Community Relations Council is to protect and enhance the quality of life for New York City’s varied Jewish community by bringing divergent voices into harmony, building bridges among the Jewish community and beyond.