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Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago (JUF)

Program areas | Form 990s | Financials | Vendors | Personnel | Peers

JUF is a jewish organization based in Chicago, IL that was founded in 1900. As of 2019 they had $206 million in revenue and $1.0 billion in assets.

Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago gives help and hope to the most vulnerable through a network of local agencies and programs, transforming the lives of 500,000 Chicagoans of all faiths who are in need at every stage of life.

Previous legal names or variations of their name include: Jewish United Fund Of Metropolitan Chicago.

EIN:
36-2167761
City:
State:
Website:
Phone:
312-346-6700
Facebook:
Twitter:
Founded:
1900
Type:
501(c)(3)
NTEE:
Revenue:
$206,142,297
Assets:
$1,048,594,498
Employees:
0
Fiscal year end:
June
Revenue trends:
Asset trends:

Program areas at JUF

The Federation's largest endeavor is to allocate funds to a network of nearly 70 agencies in the Chicago area that provide assistance to 500,000 Chicagoans of all faiths, including: hot meals and groceries, utility and rent assistance, prescriptions and medical care for impoverished families; job training and placement for people who are out of work; therapeutic school and specialized care for children with disabilities; support services for Holocaust survivors; assisted living, specialized Alzheimer's care and transportation for seniors; respite services for caregivers of frail seniors and people with disabilities; counseling, prevention and intervention services for troubled teens; and an entire continuum of prevention and therapeutic services for individuals and families in crisis.Because the Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago and the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago are so closely linked in numerous ways (combined Board of Directors, shared professional staff, shared office space, etc.), and because JUF provides an annual, ...

Hillels of Illinois - Federation supports a vast array of Jewish activities for students at colleges, universities and professional schools in Illinois. The Hillel program provides opportunities for Jewish students to explore and celebrate their Jewish identity at 16 different college campuses in Illinois, as well as through Hillel Regional programs. Hillel's vision is a world where every Jewish student is inspired to make an enduring commitment to Jewish life, learning and Israel. Hillel seeks to enrich the lives of Jewish students so that they may enrich the Jewish people and the world. Hillel seeks to create a pluralistic, welcoming and inclusive environment for Jewish college students: an environment where students are encouraged to grow intellectually, spiritually and socially. Increasingly, Hillel must help Jewish students counter campaigns by the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement to delegitimize and demonize Israel, and to address the concomitant increase in campus anti-Semitism.

Refugee Social Service Program - The Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Chicago administers all refugee social services on behalf of the state of Illinois. The Illinois Refugee Social Service Consortium is comprised of 10 direct service agencies committed to providing quality refugee social services including: Employment, Cultural Adjustment, Case Management, Mental Health, Senior Services and School Adjustment Services for Kindergarten to 12th grade to refugees from around the world. Contracts are funded through a combination of federal and state resources. The Federation's program responsibilities have evolved over time to include: agency monitoring, program coordination and planning, development of program policy, including NOFO development and management of the procurement process; technical assistance; financial management; data collection and reporting; and creation and maintenance of an online Salesforce database.

Form 990s for JUF

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2019-06Oct 23, 2020990View PDF
2018-06Jun 19, 2019990View PDF
2017-06Oct 16, 2018990View PDF
2016-06Aug 31, 2017990View PDF
2015-06Aug 2, 2016990View PDF
...and five more Form 990 PDFs

Financials for JUF

Field2019
Total grants, contributions, etc.$192,796,967
Program services$3,562,377
Investment income and dividends$3,621,116
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$0
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$5,050,347
Net income from fundraising events$0
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$1,111,490
Total revenues$206,142,297

Vendors for JUF

VendorServicesAmount paidDate
RSM Us LLPTax accounting; Audit and Tax Services; Audit accounting$473,2192020-10-23
██████Fundraising software2019-10-05
███████ ███ ████Fundraising software; Payment processing2019-10-05
█████████ ████████Software2019-10-05
██████ ██████ ████████Catering Services$104,2742019-06-01
█████ ██████████ ███Consulting Services$126,9972019-06-01
███████ ████████Catering Services$114,6472019-06-01
████ █████ ████ ██████Insurance2016-12-31
...and 10 more vendors

Personnel at JUF

NameTitleCompensationMost recent data
Boaz BlumovitzChief Financial Officer$86,904June 12, 2020
Jim RosenbergChief of Staff-June 12, 2020
█████ ██████████Vice President, Campaign$0June 12, 2020
█████ █ ████████Vice President - Human Resources$24,894June 30, 2019
█████ █ ████████Vice President , Accounting / Vice President Accounting / Vice President - Accounting$32,468Oct. 23, 2020
████ ██████████Vice President Campus Affairs and Student Eng.$229,818June 30, 2019
█████ █████Senior Assoc Vice President Legacies and Endowments$138,043June 30, 2019
████ ██████Vice President - Donor Advised Funds$151,215June 30, 2019
██████ █████████Vice President - General Counsel$160,686June 30, 2019
████ ██████Rabbinic Scholar$187,633June 30, 2019
...and 22 more key personnel

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