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This scholarship fund was created in 1994 through gifts given in commemoration of Sandra Lippy’s Bat Mitzvah. The fund assists teens, age 14 and older, in participating in the March of the Living, summer programs in Israel and Jewish leadership camps/programs.
The Thomases Family Endowment of the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation granted $5,000 to Mahoning Matters for its Report for America work over the next year. “The closing of our local paper, 'The Vindicator,' left a hole in our community and deeply concerned members of the committee,” Baroff said. “We wanted to help ensure that local news still has a strong and supported voice, especially in these uncertain times. The idea of community-funded journalism is exciting to us, and we are proud to be amongst the first funders of Report for America’s work here in the Valley.”
During his lifetime, Irwin Thomases was generous to both the Jewish and secular communities. He created this endowment so that upon his death his philanthropic values, including ensuring a Jewish presence in the general community, would live on. It was his hope to better the world in which we all live. The Endowment seeks to promote a spirit of tzedakah. There are three application deadlines each year - January 15, May 15 and September 15.
Young Women With Bright Futures helps build the leadership skills of high school senior women who exhibit great potential....
The Thomases Family Endowment of the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation awarded $30,000 to OH WOW! The Roger & Gloria Jones Children’s Center for Science & Technology....