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.
FEATURED CASE STUDY
B’nai Jehoshua Beth Elohim (BJBE)
Congregation BJBE is a Reform synagogue in the Chicago suburb of Deerfield, Illinois. CCS worked with BJBE for over two years on three projects: the development and implementation of a new membership model, a feasibility study, and a major gift effort focused on reducing the building mortgage.
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
In addition to prayer and festive meals, the Jewish high holidays are a peak season of tzedakah – charity – where appeals are made, honors are auctioned off, and volunteer time is committed. With your community motivated and focused, now is an excellent time to employ these three tips for fundraising success.
CCS compiled eight lessons from Jewish clients across the country who have navigated fundraising during the COVID-19 pandemic in noteworthy ways.
Amid increases in antisemitism and the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Jewish advocacy and culture nonprofits are called to meet the moment in unprecedented ways. Tune in to hear from CCS experts and guest speakers who discuss timely topics influencing Jewish philanthropy.