Jewish continuity is a core focus of Natalie and Jonathan Gerber’s philanthropy.
For doctors Sheryl Neuman and Mark Hyman, philanthropy is a way of Jewish life to be passed down to their children.
We want our kids to see the immediate result of helping somebody and to see how good that feels so it’s ingrained in their brains and their lives.
Our purpose in life should be to help others — be it family, community, country, or the world.
It’s only been a few years since mom’s passing. The Family Support Organization she established allows us to continue her legacy to the community.
As someone who created a Lion of Judah Endowment through The Foundation, it’s humbling to know that they’re managing what’s important to me, they understan
The Foundation has helped our family expand its philanthropic scope and is bringing a new level of professionalism to our charitable giving process.
When asked how Erwin Rautenberg would react to the impact his foundation is having on the Jewish community, Rautenberg Foundation board member Tom Corby said, “He’d be
"Whether you're a novice in charitable giving or you have a high level of understanding, The Foundation provides the expertise and resources to deepen your knowledge and help you fulfill your goals.”