Our Impact Story is Just Beginning

Our Impact Story is Just Beginning

Let’s work together to meet the challenges of tomorrow.

For over 25 years we have mobilized resources responding to our donors and our nonprofit partners. As we look to the future, we invite you to join with us to consider how we might align, combine, and leverage our collective resources for even greater impact.

With our donors we span the charitable sector

  • Social Services
  • Arts & Culture
  • Community Development
  • Education
  • Jewish and other religious & cultural organizations
  • Local civic organizations
  • Much, much more!
Photo courtesy of African Women's Collaborative
Photo courtesy of In[HEIR]itance Project

Our Numbers

  • Dollar amount of grants disbursed since inception:

    over $692 million

  • Dollar amount of grants disbursed in FY 2022:

    over $52 million

  • Number of grants disbursed in FY 2022:

    over 8400

  • Dollar amount of loans disbursed since inception:

    over $398 million

  • Dollar amount of loan commitments in FY 2022:

    over $6.1 million

  • Number of loans originated in FY 2022:


  • Number of organizations fiscally sponsored since inception:

    over 400

  • Amount disbursed on behalf of fiscally sponsored organizations since inception:

    over $80 million

  • Number of fiscally sponsored organizations that "graduated" to their own 501(c)(3):

    over 75

Grantmaking That Inspires

We're at our best when we can harness the imagination of our donors. Here are some recent examples:

FJC Donors Join Forces to Battle Covid 19

FJC’s first-ever Collective Giving Campaign, focused on addressing the Covid-19 pandemic, raised over $147,000 for six outstanding organizations that are tackling the impacts of the pandemic in a range of ways: food security, employment, grassroots organizing, small business support, public health, and research and development. During the campaign period in May 2020, donor contributions were matched dollar-for-dollar by FJC’s Special Initiatives Fund Read more

Private Home Transforms Public Library

FJC is home to imaginative donors that seek to go beyond donations of cash or appreciated securities to their Donor Advised Fund accounts. Georgette Bennett and Leonard Polonsky's family fund worked with FJC to transform a residential property in Aspen, Colorado into a portion of their $12 million grant to the New York Public Library. The grant will support a permanent display of items from its extensive research collections, including an original copy of The Declaration of Independence and The Gutenberg Bible. Read more.