2017 Annual Walk Against Hate: Sponsor
2,175 youth and adults are making strides against bigotry and hatred in their communities by signing on to the 7th annual Walk. A multi-generational assembly of people of different religions, races, cultures and beliefs will assemble in the Philadelphia Naval Yard to start the walk.
Thirty Diversity Expo partners representing local nonprofit organizations will showcase their contributions to celebrating diversity in the community.
Hospital Outreach Program at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP)
Paul Newman, Founder.
Based in Ashford, Connecticut, the camp is dedicated to providing "a different kind of healing" to seriously ill children and their families throughout the Northeast, free of charge.
The Foundation is a sponsor of "Camp Week at CHOP," where for one week in July, Camp and all the regalia and fanfare come to the hospital and clinical setting. The Camp's Outreach Specialists collaborate with hospital staff and volunteers to bring the playful spirit of camp and transport it to 500 kids' bedsides and playrooms on every unit, to help restore joy and laughter to these youngsters lives. During a time laden with fear, stress, and uncertainty in their young lives, these children get to do what normal kids do in the summer.
Red Nose Day's mission is to lift kids around the world out of poverty. A two-hour prime-time television event, it brings together the biggest stars, to raise funds to keep children and young people safe, healthy and educated. 50% of the $35.4 million raised this year helped the one of five children here in the U.S. living in poverty. The other half is spent in some of the poorest communities in Latin America, Asia, and Africa.
The Foundation’s donation provided:
All 50 states and global communities receive support. As a result of this event, 2,659,642 children's lives were positively impacted in 2016. Major partners in Save The Children are Walgreens, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, NBC.
COMMISSION FOR SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY
This committee is the arm of JFGP that provides a safety net of support, providing basic necessities of living, primarily nutritious food, medicine and shelter to meet the needs of vulnerable community members in Greater Philadelphia, in Israel, and Overseas "hot spots" (recently Ukraine; France). Provides emergency food assistance, home delivered meals, congregate meals, food pantries for 15,000 individuals - medically frail and at-risk elders, low income individuals - in our local Jewish community.
Provides grants, case management and coordinates support services from other local Jewish organizations that provide community services to adults living with developmental disabilities, brain injury, autism, and mental illness.
Holocaust Survivors - 1,234 survivors locally receive services of housing, medical assistance and food assistance. In Israel, Holocaust survivors receive JFGP funding through Aid For Life, a program addressing survivors' nutrition, medical, and financial needs.
This commission addresses Israel's vulnerable population and those Jews living in other global communities by providing hunger relief for 200,000 who are struggling with food insecurity in Israel and social services funding for 550 of Israel's disadvantaged youth who are homeless and live on the streets.
CLFSA contribution supports four specific areas of assistance: emergency aid, including monthly stipends; personal emergency response systems for frail elderly; pharmacy stipend program; and camp scholarships.