Because of you, Our Community Does Extraordinary Things.

Now Let Us Take Care of You.

When you make an irrevocable permanent endowment gift of $100,000 or more to the Jewish Federation of Broward County's Jewish Community Foundation, you  'Created a Jewish Legacy' that secures our community with vital programs and services that transform lives....forever.

This gift affords you the opportunity to utilize our Chai Care Program, if the need arises.  Our Chai Care professional team is your extended family, ensuring that your life is filled with dignity through advocacy, referral and support after you reach the age of 65.

Chai Care's goal is to help educate you on health care options and to provide the tools necessary to make difficult choices regarding your care.  Our professional team is trained in gerontology, social work, health care and counseling.  We are your extended family, helping to assure advocacy, referral and support.

Unrestricted Funds This legacy gift helps support unmet needs in our Broward County Jewish community, in Israel and in more than 75 countries around the world.

Annual Campaign Endowment (ACE)/Lion of Judah Endowment (LOJE) Secure your gift to the Federation's Annual Campaign...forever.  A donation to the Annual Campaign in perpetuity is an investment to our community, and your legacy that will provide support for the Jewish people...forever.

Vision Funds Ensure your philanthropic passion by supporting one or more vision funds, which enables you to select areas of a particular interest to fund in perpetuity. Click here for more information on our Vision Funds.

For more information contact Amy Bloom LCSW, CLCP, C-ASWCM, Chai Care Manager at 954-252-6920 or, or Keith Goldmann, Jewish Community Foundation Director, at 954-660-2085 or

Introducing Chai Care to the Community 
What is Professional Care Management 
Maintaining Independence
Understanding Dementia and Its Effects on Decision Making

Chai Line Newsletter | February-March 2018

Chai Care

One of our Chai Care donors loves to write.  She lived in Century Village before moving to an assisted living facility and she wrote an article for their newspaper, the Coopa Guardian.  Congratulations to Amy Bloom and Keith Goldmann for her continued support of day-to-day needs as a Chai Care donor.  Chai Care provides advocacy, referral and support once you reach age 65 and are experience the challengs of health issues.  Our Chai Care team is your extended family, providing peace of mind.  Click here to read her moving story.
August 31, 2015



Chai Care is a program of the
Jewish Community Foundation
of the Jewish Federation of Broward County.