The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles (The Foundation) and its donors made grants in 2013 totaling $65 million to a wide range of causes. This reflects a 23 percent from $53 million distributed in 2012. Assets under management rose 8% to $880 million.
Nearly 69% of the grants were directed to Jewish causes.
By funding area, grant distribution was:
- education (31%)
- human services (30%)
- Jewish continuity (12%)
- health (11%)
- arts, culture and humanities (7%)
- civic life (7%)
During the past five years, The Foundation and its donors made grants exceeding $286 million and inflows to The Foundation totaled $382 million.