Jewish Creativity International
2472 Broadway, #331
New York, NY 10025
Year organization became a 501(c)(3): 1992
Year of first fiscal sponsorship: 1995
Number of sponsored projects: 75
Fiscal sponsorship fee:
5% of every incoming donation. To be eligible, projects must fall within the CJCC’s mission of advancing Jewish or Israeli culture, or using the arts and culture as a medium for Jewish education or Jewish community.
- Aligned mission/values
Types of projects or services we sponsor:
- Arts and culture
- Festivals and events
- Other: Media
Services we offer projects:
- Other: Advice on project strategy and management; networking with artistic and organizational resources.
Based on Fiscal Sponsorship: 6 Ways to Do It Right: Our model(s) of fiscal sponsorship are:
Jewish Creativity International, founded as the Center for Jewish Culture and Creativity, advances Jewish culture through the fiscal sponsorship of independent projects in Jewish and Israeli arts, culture and media. It receives and administers the funds donated to those independent projects. Founded in 1990 by John and Ruth Rauch, Jewish Creativity International, has always taken an especial interest in the cultural life of Israel as part of its mission of service to creative artists. It extends fiscal sponsorship to projects that align with its mission of furthering artistic and cultural creativity, as distinct from primarily religious, educational or social-welfare activities.