EIN 58-1021791

Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

IRS 501(c) type
501(c)(3)
Num. employees
93
State
Year formed
1967
Most recent tax filings
2020-06-01
NTEE code, primary
Description
The Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta is Atlanta's premier Jewish fundraising organization, offering community members the best opportunity to make a positive difference in the lives of Jews everywhere.
Total revenues
$46,977,032
2020
Total expenses
$43,884,838
2020
Total assets
$335,156,066
2020
Num. employees
93
2020

Program areas at Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

Ensuring a Jewish future:jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta ensures a strong Jewish future by helping to instill Jewish people with a knowledge of and passion for our heritage and the Jewish people. We do this through a myriad of programs and avenues including: -providing Jewish educational experiences for our youth, as well as adults -immersive experiences like Jewish overnight summer camp and peer trips to israel -supporting Jewish life on Georgia college campuses -embracing interfaith families -fostering new gateways for involvement in Jewish life -connecting people with israel, its people and land -giving israeli and russian youth a foundation in Jewish heritage and global peoplehood -ensuring the next generation becomes the Jewish leaders and philanthropists of tomorrowwe concentrate on this area of impact because we know that there is a direct and measurable link between certain experiences that help people engage jewishly and future Jewish identity. In particular, attending Jewish overnight camp, attending Jewish day school and going to israel are the top three indicators of lasting Jewish identity. Within our Atlanta Jewish community, there is a lower-than-average percentage of age-eligible children attending Jewish overnight camp, a higher-than average intermarriage rate, and a very low percent of community members who feel connected after bar or bat mitzvah. Through our efforts in Jewish education and Jewish engagement, we can affect life-changing connections to judaism for entire generations.
Strengthening Jewish community:jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta is ultimately focused on one thing - strengthening the Jewish community that ties us all together and is there for all of us in a way that no single organization or institution can. We do this through a myriad of programs and avenues, including: -identifying unmet and underserved needs within the Jewish community -working collaboratively to create solutions for challenges our community faces -training volunteer and professional leaders -encouraging Jewish social innovation -providing community-wide support services in an efficient, cost-efficient manner -ensuring every dollar contributed is stewarded effectively to impact as many lives as possible -bringing people together through events and educational programs centered around our missionwe concentrate on this area of impact because no other organization in our community has the responsibility of caring for jews globally. We have the infrastructure to address and fill gaps in services, which creates a more vibrant community. Working together as a community, we use resources more wisely and have a stronger impact on people's lives. We leverage our collective voice to make change. We are the only Jewish Atlanta organization that looks beyond any single entity to ensure that the collective needs of the community are supported. We ensure a strong community for today, and we nurture the leaders of tomorrow so that community remains vibrant for future generations.
Caring for jews in need:jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta cares for jews in need in order to create a safety net for the more than 120,000 jews in Atlanta, as well as jews worldwide. We do this through a myriad of programs and avenues including: -assisting seniors through services like adult day care, transportation, affordable housing, case management, counseling and wellness programs -after-school programs for at-risk youth -job training and counseling for families in distress -feeding the hungry -supporting caregivers as they care for a loved one -embracing and educating individuals with disabilities -offering interest free loans for higher education and for emergency needs -delivering immediate support in times of crisis around the world, whether related to natural disaster, political unrest of economic instabilitywe concentrate on this area of impact to help individuals weather life's unpredictable storms. Georgia is one of the fastest aging adult populations in the country, creating many needs as people live longer. Factors such as the economic downturn and continued high unemployment increase the need for financial assistance as well as mental health services. One in six children born in the u.s. is diagnosed with a developmental disability, and it is no different in the Jewish community. While Jewish households may have a lower-than-average ratio of families living in poverty, the 2013 pew study still suggests that 20% of Jewish households earn less than $30,000 a year, creating a need for services to promote financial independence. We provide for needs, and we also empower self-sufficiency, not just in our local community but also worldwide, providing, for example, empowerment programs, tutoring and language/job training for ethiopian families who immigrate to israel.

Grants made by Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

GranteeGrant descriptionAmount
American Friends of the Israel Democracy InstituteDonations$6,580,000
Atlanta Technical College Foundation IncorporatedDonations$1,251,000
Atlanta Jewish Academy (AJA)Donations$1,100,235
...and 240 more grants made totalling $23,094,244

Who funds Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
GrantmakerDescriptionAmount
The Friedman Supporting FoundationDonation$2,722,368
The Community Foundation for Greater AtlantaGeneral Support$2,189,997
The Seaman Family FoundationTo Serve the Community, Help People, Meet Critical Needs, Secure A Strong Future, and Renew Hope for Jews in Atlanta, in Israel and Around the World$990,000
...and 77 more grants received totalling $11,120,065

Personnel at Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

NameTitleCompensation
Eric RobbinsPresident and Chief Executive Officer
Marcie BeskindChief Financial Officer and Chief Administrative Officer
Beth WarnerChief Philanthropy Officer
Christy EckoffChief Foundation Officer and Managing Director, Atlanta Jewish Foundation
Eckoff ChristyChief Foundation Officer and Managing Director$82,897
...and 17 more key personnel

Financials for Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

RevenuesFYE 06/2020
Total grants, contributions, etc.$44,478,120
Program services$69,103
Investment income and dividends$812,089
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$229,835
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$1,133,633
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$254,252
Total revenues$46,977,032

Form 990s for Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2020-062021-05-26990View PDF
2019-062020-09-30990View PDF
2018-062019-08-17990View PDF
2017-062018-12-22990View PDF
2016-062017-09-29990View PDF
...and 7 more Form 990s
Data update history
August 2, 2022
Received grants
Identified 16 new grant, including a grant for $217,000 from Henry and Etta Raye Hirsch Heritage Foundation
July 9, 2022
Used new vendors
Identified 1 new vendor, including
October 27, 2021
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2020
October 2, 2021
Received grants
Identified 33 new grant, including a grant for $2,189,997 from The Community Foundation for Greater Atlanta
August 22, 2021
Posted financials
Added Form 990 for fiscal year 2019
Nonprofit Types
Social advocacy organizationsCharities
Issues
Human servicesReligionDevelopmentally disabledForeign affairsInternational development
Characteristics
ReligiousJewishPolitical advocacyOperates donor advised fundsProvides grantsLobbyingPartially liquidatedState / local levelReceives government fundingEndowed supportCommunity engagement / volunteeringTax deductible donations
General information
Address
1440 Spring St NW
Atlanta, GA 30309
Metro area
Atlanta-Sandy Springs-Alpharetta, GA
County
Fulton County, GA
Website URL
jewishatlanta.org/ 
Phone
(404) 873-1661
Facebook page
JewishAtlantaFederation 
Twitter profile
@jewish_atlanta 
IRS details
EIN
58-1021791
Fiscal year end
June
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
1967
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
Yes
Categorization
NTEE code, primary
X30: Jewish
NAICS code, primary
813319: Social Advocacy Organizations
Parent/child status
Independent
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