Jewish Philanthropies of Southern Arizona (JPSA) is a community-wide resource, playing a pivotal role as a convener and bridge-builder. We bring together diverse groups—donors, fund holders, organizations, agencies, non-profits, and synagogues—to create a resilient and thriving Jewish community.
At JPSA, we believe in the power of collaboration and collective action to enhance Jewish life, promote philanthropy, and repair the world, embodying the spirit of ‘tikkun olam.’
We invite you to explore our comprehensive “Community Directory” – a vibrant tapestry that represents the diverse organizations, agencies, synagogues, and nonprofits in our community. This directory serves as a gateway to connect, engage, and contribute to the various facets of Jewish life in Southern Arizona. Whether you’re looking to join a synagogue, support a nonprofit, participate in Jewish education, or simply want to learn more about the community, our directory is an invaluable resource. Dive in, discover, and be part of the dynamic tapestry that is our community.
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Arizona Jewish Post is our community-owned and managed online publication that provides free, unlimited access to all its articles. The site provides content on a broad range of topics relevant to our Jewish community, including local events, community updates, arts and culture, families and lifestyles, opinion pieces, milestones, and religious life. The publication relies on community support for its operations.
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