Agencies, Allocations and Community Impact

 


On an annual basis, the Federation’s committees consider local community-building needs and global shared responsibilities, and then allocate funds accordingly. The impact of this collective funding of Federation allows us to constantly and consistently meet the needs of our Jewish family, no matter how far-reaching, no matter where they may be. 

 

The Federation, through our system of community partner agencies and beneficiary organizations, is able to bring together every age and segment of our community to strengthen Jewish life. Our allocations grants provide programs for seniors; quality Jewish education, scholarships and summer camps for children; Israel experiences for teens and young adults; PJ Library activities for families; and a variety of programming and initiatives that elevate our Jewish community.

                                                                                             2018 Annual Campaign Allocations

Local and Regional Partners

  • Hillel at Indiana University

    The Jewish home away from home on campus, creating a warm, welcoming, caring Jewish family and community that celebrates Judaism and Jewish life.

  • Hillel at Purdue University

    Purdue Hillel feels like a home, celebrating Shabbat with Friday night dinners and offering programs, lectures, classes, and social events.

  • Hooverwood*

    A Jewish nursing home specializing in rehabilitation, dementia care, and adult day services.

  • Jewish Community Center (JCC)*

    Enriches the community by perpetuating Jewish tradition and heritage while celebrating diversity of beliefs through arts, education, health and wellness

  • Jewish Community Relations Council*

    Safeguards the rights of Jews here, in Israel, and around the world, and protects, preserves, and promotes a just, democratic, and pluralistic America.

  • Jewish Family Services (JFS)*

    Supported by JFGI, JFS is the central planning and coordinating entity of social services for the Indianapolis Jewish community.

*JFGI constituent agency


National and International Partners

  • Anti-Defamation League (ADL)

    The ADL's mission is to stop the defamation of the Jewish people, and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.

  • Israel Action Network (IAN)

    Building a strong base of support for Israel and countering delegitimization in the context of two states for two peoples.

  • Joint Distribution Committee

    Jewish humanitarian assistance organization working to improve the well-being of vulnerable people around the world.

  • JPRO Network

    Connecting, educating, inspiring, and empowering professionals working in the Jewish nonprofit sector.

  • One Happy Camper

    Provides need-blind grants of up to $1,000 for eligible first-time Jewish overnight campers.

  • World ORT

    Jewish organization delivering practical vocational education for those in need around the world.