Giving Options

A gift to the Rady JCC makes an incredible difference in helping to sustain the viability of our organization. Whether you are more inclined to support Rady arts and culture, seniors’ programming, fitness, or anything else, we will assist you in finding an area for your donation that matches your wishes and interests.

To discuss your options today, please contact:

Zachary Minuk
Director of Development, Partnerships & Communications
zminuk@radyjcc.com
204.480.6562

There are many different ways to give at the Rady. Please see the following ways below.


Platinum Membership

The Platinum Membership was created to help sustain the viability of the Rady JCC. As a Platinum Member, you will help develop and sustain the ongoing social, cultural, physical, recreational, and intellectual needs of our Jewish community and the community-at-large.

To learn about a Platinum Membership, please contact:

Robyn Lieberman
Manager, Membership
rlieberman@radyjcc.com
204.477.7546


Rady JCC Tribute Cards

Rady JCC Tribute Cards are an appropriate way to mark an occasion or honour friends or relatives. For a minimum $10 donation, the Rady JCC will send an acknowledgement according to your wishes.

To order your Rady JCC Tribute Card, please call 204.477.7510 or visit us in-person.

Please note tax receipts are issued for donations over $10.


Rady JCC Organizational Endowment Fund

The Rady JCC has an endowment fund, held within the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba (JFM), a public foundation that manages a growing asset base that exceeds $160,000,000 CAD. The Rady receives a guaranteed annual distribution of 4.0% of its total fund balance for operations.

For a minimum gift of $100, Rady JCC donors can establish a named fund that will remain under the Rady JCC organizational endowment umbrella in perpetuity.

To establish your named fund today, click here.

Please note that tax receipts will be issued by the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba.


Rady JCC Ken Kronson Sports Dinner

When you support the annual Rady JCC Ken Kronson Sports Dinner, you are supporting the Rady JCC’s various programs and initiatives.

The Rady is non-religious and non-denominational and are open to all. Through our programs and camps, we reach 3,200 children a year, helping them to stay active and develop leadership skills. We provide programming for children with disabilities, as well as programming that promote the wellbeing of people living with chronic illnesses or recovering from cancer.

Our annual gala takes place yearly in late Spring/early Summer, bringing together business and community leaders. The evening includes world renowned sport figures as keynote speakers as well as incredible silent and live auctions.

To learn more, click here.