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February 2, 2023

FJC Welcomed 20 New Fiscal Sponsorship Programs in 2022

FJC’S Fiscal Sponsorship Program incubates nonprofit organizations or projects that do not have their own 501(c)(3) status. In 2022, 20 new partners joined our program to tap our financial and operational expertise. Please join us in celebrating them and amplifying their charitable endeavors.

(FJC account holders take note: if you have a DAF account at FJC and wish to make a contribution to an organization currently participating in our Fiscal Sponsorship Program, simply email us to initiate the gift.)

The Ai Weiwei Institute for Humanity will be an archive, human rights laboratory, and educational center that will use the art, life, and legacy of Ai Weiwei to promote human dignity, defend democracy, and ground the lessons of social activism in artistic practice. DONATE HERE (please include “Ai Weiwei institute for Humanity” in the order note).

Anthos Home helps nonprofit service providers connect their clients to affordable units in neighborhoods across NYC, helps landlords easily rent to tenants with subsidies, and augments the subsidies and financial support provided by government. Follow Anthos Home’s programming on their website. DONATE HERE.

Campaign Against Antisemitism exposes and counters antisemitism through education and zero-tolerance enforcement of the law. Follow Campaign Against Antisemitism’s programming on their website. DONATE HERE.

Community Food Security seeks to improve the quality of agriculture in marginalized and disadvantaged communities in Togo and Benin, by providing farmers and the community with better access to water for crop irrigation and the skills to fight famine. DONATE HERE (please include “Community Food Security” in the order note).

Digital Springboard supports teacher-led digital change in the classroom, helping educators in South Africa gain the knowledge and skills to take full advantage of these new technology-rich learning environments. Follow Digital Springboard’s programming on their website. DONATE HERE.

From Numbers to Names was started to help Holocaust descendants discover long-lost family through Artificial Intelligence technology, provide names for the nearly 10 million unidentified faces in Holocaust photo and video archives, and support Gen Z Holocaust education through new social, visual technologies. Follow From Numbers to Names on their website. DONATE HERE.

Grace St. Jude is a cultural-specific domestic violence project for immigrant African communities in Greater Houston. Follow Grace St. Jude’s programming on their website. DONATE HERE.

GreenPath Alliance works with disadvantaged communities to create pathways to green collar careers by creating STEM-based learning experiences for middle and high school students that give exposure to careers in building performance and renewable energy. DONATE HERE (please include “GreenPath Alliance” in the order note).

Kadimah Jewish Cultural Centre and Library is a community Arts and Cultural organization committed to the preservation and promotion of the Yiddish language, performance and music by supporting staff, creative writers, teachers and volunteers who provide a rich and immersive program of classes, shows and events to participants and audiences. Follow Kadimah Jewish Cultural Centre and Library’s programming on their website. DONATE HERE.

Let My People Sing! Is building a vibrant Jewish singing culture where everyone is a leader and learner of song. Through the practice of communal singing, the organization transmits and reclaims Jewish singing traditions, centers marginalized voices, and opens pathways for transformative singing. Follow Let My People Sing’s programming on their website. DONATE HERE.

Narrow Bridge Project is devoted to bringing Jews together, across generational and political divides to discuss the past, present, and future of Jewish people hood, Zionism and antisemitism, our differing definitions of each of these, and how these differing understandings impact our Judaism, activism, and life experiences as Jews today. Learn more about the Narrow Bridge Project here. DONATE HERE.

One For All Strategies – Many cities and states are planning to replicate New York City’s rollout of its publicly funded Universal Pre-K program. One For All Strategies will support localities around the country as they navigate the complex logistical and political challenges of early childhood expansion. The core team will include individuals who led NYC’s efforts to deliver free, full-day, high-quality birth-to-five early childhood education from 2014-2022. DONATE HERE (please include “One For All Strategies” in the order note).

Palestinian Voices Study Group brings together Jewish American leaders to study Palestinian texts on the most significant and pressing topics relating to Israel/Palestine in order to cultivate empathy, accountability, and new ways to support and embody leadership. DONATE HERE (please include “Palestinian Voices Study Group” in the order note).

Reclaiming the Sacred – Through the writing and publishing of Reclaiming the Sacred: Healing Our Relationships with Ourselves and the World, Jeff Golden seeks to help create the necessary foundation for the profound cultural and structural changes that are necessary to address the unfolding global climate disaster, along with many other social injustices and environmental issues related to consumerism. Learn more about Reclaiming the Sacred here.

Scholem Aleichem College created a financial assistance program that is designed to cover a considerable portion of a student’s school fees on top of existing fee relief arrangements provided by the College for the full term of the student’s schooling at the College. Follow Scholem Aleichem College’s programming on their website. DONATE HERE.

School of Miracles is a grassroots collective of holistic health practitioners that provides mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual tools and resources for the betterment of personal and community health and wellbeing. DONATE HERE (please include “School of Miracles” in the order note).

Teens Take Charge is a student led organization that empowers New York City public school students with the tools to amplify their voices in order to dismantle an inequitable public school system that fails Black and brown students and build an equitable, anti-racist future for themselves and their communities. Follow Teens Take Charge’s programming on their website. DONATE HERE.

The Wellness Classroom aims to help alleviate the devastating, prevalent, and increasing mental health crisis in New York City school aged children via an investment and learning collaborative. DONATE HERE (please include “The Wellness Classroom” in the order note).

The Tzedek Box supports Jews and their allies in the ancient pursuit of a more just society by providing the tools and skills to reflect on their volunteer work. Participants collect reflections in a physical Tzedek Box or through the Tzedek Box app and “open” the box once a year, sharing their reflections with others and rededicating themselves to action. Follow Tzedek Box’s programming on their website. DONATE HERE (please include “Tzedek Box” in the order note).

WO Foundation: The mission of this project, named in memory of Wendy Olson, is to raise funds for the support, research, and medical care for the treatment of Glioma and to give those patients hope. DONATE HERE (please include “WO Foundation” in the order note).