Beth Sirull, President and CEO of the Jewish Community Foundation San Diego sits down with Richard to discuss philanthropic investing including donor-advised funds, mission-driven investment, and impact investment.
Beth most recently served as President and CEO of Pacific Community Ventures, a combined for-profit/nonprofit organization based in San Francisco dedicated to creating jobs in low-income communities. Active in her Jewish community, Beth served as Chair of the Board of the Jewish Community Center of the East Bay and on the Boards of the Tzedek Economic Development Fund and her temple sisterhood.
About The Jewish Community Foundation
As the largest philanthropic funder in San Diego, the Jewish Community Foundation partners with individuals, families and community organizations to help them achieve their philanthropic goals. Although some may think that the Foundations funds only go to Jewish causes, over 80% of Jewish Community Foundation donation goes to support secular causes to support the community. The Foundation manages over $425 million in assets and has facilitated over $1.5 billion in grants since 1967. The JCF is a national model for its legacy endowment building and youth philanthropy programs. You can read more about their strategies here.
To learn more about the Jewish Community Foundation San Diego and their philanthropic efforts listen to the show (below) and visit their website www.jcfsandiego.org