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Jewish Communal Fund Creates Private Client Group For HNWIs

Tom Burroughes, Group Editor , November 17, 2014

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Jewish Communal Fund, an independent public charity, has launched its private client client group, which is aimed at wealthy individuals with fund balances of at least $1 million.

Jewish Communal Fund, an independent public charity, has launched its private client client group, which is aimed at wealthy individuals with fund balances of at least $1 million.

The launch was held at the auction preview of Christie’s Post-War & Contemporary Art sale; the evening featured a conversation with JCF fund holders Barbara and Donald Jonas, and their son, John Jonas, moderated by Walter Sweet of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors.

The fund’s services include complimentary philanthropic, investment and other advisory sessions; facilitation of international grant making; strict confidentiality; as well as tools for legacy and succession planning.

“Every year, JCF awards community grants from our fees to support UJA-Federation of NY and promote the welfare of the Jewish community,” a statement from the organization said.

Jewish Communal Fund says it is the largest Jewish donor advised fund in the country and oversees $1.3 billion in charitable assets for 3,100 funds.

 




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