Philanthropy is at the core of tikkun olam (“repairing the world”), a pillar of the Jewish faith. We have the privilege of partnering with synagogues, schools, cultural institutions, advocacy organizations, and social service agencies to build upon this culture of philanthropy within our communities.

CCS Fundraising experts draw from fundraising and community engagement best practices to help our Jewish partners build capacity and raise funds. We have the tools and expertise to elevate your missions and ensure that future generations thrive.

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I cannot imagine being as successful as we have been in our major fundraising campaign without the help of CCS. Their approach is organized, client-centric, and highly creative. I would recommend them without hesitation to anyone looking to launch and run a major campaign.

Frederic L. Bloch, Senior Vice President, Growth, ADL
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Resources for Jewish Leaders


5 Tips to Turn Volunteers into Donors

January 11, 2023

Volunteers can become invaluable donors with the right approach. Read our article to learn how to leverage these relationships.


Communicating with Donors in Times of Heightened Antisemitism

December 9, 2022

At CCS, we support our clients through tumultuous times. Here we share tips for donor communication during incidences of antisemitism.


2023 Philanthropic Landscape, 12th Edition

August 29th, 2023

Featuring essential philanthropic research from all major sources in the industry, this exclusive report examines key themes in American philanthropy and the latest data on giving by US individuals, foundations, and corporations.