Tribute Giving

Tribute cards are a wonderful way to memorialize, honor or commemorate a person or an occasion.

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When a tribute card is purchased, the JCA will send a personalized acknowledgment to the recipient and donor as well as publicize the contribution in the monthly Alliance News.

Tributes can be made with a minimum gift of $10. The JCA is pleased to offer a special value to take care of all your tribute needs. For an annual contribution of $200, you may make tributes as often as you wish. Tribute funds include support for cultural arts, senior adults, our Vandroff Art Gallery, teacher scholarships, youth services, theatre, physical education, summer camp and general donations.

Tributes can also support the following funds:

The Stephanie Green Scholarship Fund

This fund enables children to attend camp, preschool or after school programs by providing scholarships to qualifying families who otherwise couldn’t afford the full cost of the program.

The William & Andrew Block Families Gan Yeladim Scholarship Fund

Provides scholarship assistance to children from all income levels to benefit from award-winning early childhood education and childcare.

Maccabi Fund

The donations collected for this fund make it possible for deserving teenage athletes with financial needs to participate in the JCC Maccabi games.

If you have already made your annual contribution, and would just like to designate your tribute, please fill out the form below.

Annual Tribute

Tribute Giving

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A tax deduction may be taken in the year a gift payment is made to the extent permitted by law. A copy of the official registration and financial information for the Jewish Community Alliance Inc., a Florida-based nonprofit corporation (Registration No. CH202), may be obtained from the division of consumer services by calling toll-free: 1-800-HELP-FLA (435-7352) within the state or visiting their website. Registration does not imply endorsement, approval or recommendation by the state.