Where the Jews rank on the Philanthropy 400

JTA REPORT

NEW YORK – These are the Jewish organizations that made it to the Chronicle’s Philanthropy 400, with their ranking on the list, fund-raising totals for 2009 and percentage increase or decrease from 2008 to 2009:

• 45. Jewish Federations of North America $320,252,000 (-19.6%)

• 74. American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee $223,971,020 (-8.5%)

• 117. UJA-Federation of New York $159,684,000 (-10.1%)

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• 135. Jewish Communal Fund (New York) $142,872,382 (-52.3%)

• 147. JUF-Jewish Federations of Chicago $133,494,791 (-15.1%)

• 176. Yeshiva University $111,124,401 (-39.2%)

• 227. Combined Jewish Philanthropies of Greater Boston $84,954,290 (-21.1%)

• 243. Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America $78,841,469 (-7.9%)

• 244. Brandeis University (Waltham, Mass.) $78,172,000 (-12.6%)

• 264. Birthright Israel Foundation $71,369,840 (+46.8%)

• 269. American Friends of Technion-Israel Institute of Technology $69,012,794 (+1.8)

• 271. Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles $68,575,000 (-23.0%)

• 278. Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco $66,311,991 (-44.3%)

• 289. Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit $63,889,600 (-19.4%)

• 296. The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore $62,297,511 (+10.5%)

• 314. Anti-Defamation League $58,963,791 (-13.6%)

• 322. Federation of Jewish Communities of the CIS $55,291,282 (-13.6%)

• 355. Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland 49,873,859 (-14.7%)

• 362. Jewish National Fund $48,343,847 (+8.8%)

• 365. Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles $48,053,000 (-12.4%)

• 366. P.E.F. Israel Endowment Funds $47,995,288 (-35.1%)

• 372. Friends of The Israel Defense Forces $46,721,080 (-21.3%)