Jewish Power: Organizations II

Guy White has claimed all along that it is “mathematically impossible” for wealthy Jews to contribute 60% of campaign contributions to the Democratic Party, 30% to the Republican Party, and 43% to Democratic presidential candidates. Here are the numbers:

Jewish contributions to Democratic Party, 2008 (60%): est. $457,800,000
Jewish contributions to Republican Party, 2008 (30%): est. $237,660,000
Jewish contributions to Democratic presidential candidates, 2008 (43%): est. $464,185,000
Grand Total, 2008: est. $1,159,645,000

In Jewish Power: Philanthropy, I pointed out that Jews give $3.4 to $9 billion dollars to charity every year. This raises the question: if Jews give 3x as much money to charity every year, why can’t they spend $1.2 billion every two years on politics?

Let’s take a look at regional Jewish charities. Presumably, all the contributors to these organizations/charities are Jews, as they serve the Jewish community. The following numbers are from Charity Navigator:

Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore

Total Income: $72.4 million

Columbus Jewish Federation

Total Income: $8.3 million

Greater Miami Jewish Federation

Total Income: $48.1 million

Jewish Community Federation of Cleveland

Total Income: $81.3 million

Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco

Total Income: $220.6 million

Jewish Community Federation of Greater Los Angeles

Total Income: $65 million

Jewish Community Federaton of Greater Atlanta

Total Income: $48.3 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia

Total Income: $65.3 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix

Total Income: $6.5 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Washington

Total Income: $54 million

Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County

Total Income: $38.7 million

Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County

Total Income: $28.6 million

Jewish Federation of St. Louis

Total Income: $21.4 million

Jewish United Fund of Metropolitan Chicago

Total Income: $107.4 million

Milwaukee Jewish Federation

Total Income: $26.6 million

UJA Federation of New York

Total Income: $273 million

United Jewish Federation of Pittsburgh

Total Income: $28 million

United Jewish Federation of San Diego County

Total Income: $13 million

United Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit

Total Income: $41.5 million

United Jewish Communities of MetroWest New Jersey

Total Income: $71.4 million

Allied Jewish Federation of Chicago

Total Income: $15.6 million

Jewish Communities of Western Connecticut

Total Income: $1.5 million

Jewish Community Association of Austin

Total Income: $8.6 million

Jewish Community Federation of Greater Rochester

Total Income: $10.3 million

Jewish Community of Louisville

Total Income: $4.9 million

Jewish Family Service of Los Angeles

Total Income: $26.2 million

JFC of Greater Los Angeles

Total Income: $65 million

Jewish Federation of Broward County

Total Income: $15.1 million

Jewish Federation of Cincinnati

Total Income: $19 million

Jewish Federation of Eastern Connecticut

Total Income: $1 million

Jewish Federation of El Paso

Total Income: $1.6 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Buffalo

Total Income: $3.7 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Dallas

Total Income: $12.5 million

Total Income: Jewish Federation of Greater Dayton

Total Income: $13.9 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Des Moines

Total Income: $1.6 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Hartford

Total Income: $7.2 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Houston

Total Income: $12 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Indianapolis

Total Income: $16 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Kansas City

Total Income: $8.3 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Middlesex County

Total Income: $3.5 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Monmouth County

Total Income: $3.2 million

Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven

Total Income: $10.3 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Santa Barbara

Total Income: $2.2 million

Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle

Total Income: $13.6 million

Jewish Federation of Las Vegas

Total Income: $5.8 million

Jewish Federation of Omaha

Total Income: $29.4 million

Jewish Federation of Orange County

Total Income: $4.4 million

Jewish Federation of Rhode Island

Total Income: $7.9 million

Jewish Federation of Silicon Valley

Total Income: $8 million

Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona

Total Income: $9.4 million

Jewish Federation of San Gabriel and Pomona Valleys

Total Income: $0.5 million

Jewish Federation of Lehigh Valley

Total Income: $6 million

Jewish Federation of Minneapolis

Total Income: $24.5 million

Sarasota-Manatee Jewish Federation

Total Income: $6.7 million

Savannah Jewish Federation

Total Income: $2.3 million

UJA Federation of Greenwich

Total Income: $3 million

UJA Federation of Westport, Weston, Wilton, and Norwalk

Total Income: $1.5 million

United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford, New Canaan and Darien

Total Income: $2.6 million

United Jewish Federation of Northeastern New York

Total Income: $5.8 million

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10 Comments

  1. Parody:

    There are 106,100 Jews in Arizona. If Jews contributed $6.5 million to the Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix, the average Arizona Jew would have to contribute $65.26 a year. Insanity!

  2. Astonishing information; obviously White people need to form the Arizona Christian Citizen’s Charity Council, and the European American Federation Fund, and the Arizona Catholic Alliance, and the Arizona Baptist Missionary Fund, and United Christian Charities, and the Arizona Cultural Foundation.

    I’d be willing to donate $62.26 a year, and a tax deduction would be icing on the cake.

  3. The Jewish Federation of Southern Arizona raised $9.4 million. That means the total raised was $15.9, not 6.5 million. With 106,100 Jews in Arizona, the average Jewish contribution is $149.86.

  4. 1.) “Unitarian” produced 2 hits.
    3.) “Episcopal” and “Episcopalian” produced 19 hits. Most of these are schools.
    3.) “Methodist” produced 22 hits. Most of these are schools, hospitals, and universities.
    4.) “Presbyterian” had 25 hits. Most of these are hospitals, schools, and ministries.
    5.) “Lutheran” had 19 hits. Most of these are ministries and schools.
    6.) “Catholic” had 85 hits. Mostly high schools, universities, indigent relief, hospitals, archdioceses.
    7.) “Evangelical” had 36 hits. Mostly ministries, evangelizing orgs.
    8.) “Pentecostal” had 2 hits.
    9.) “Mormon” and “Latter Day Saints” had 0 hits.

  5. Hunter, you’re wiping the floor with this guy, it’s almost not fair.

    If Guy has any questions when he’s done, he’s welcome to sit in at any partner’s meetings at any of the big law firms in my town. He’ll be clear of any misgivings from that point forward.

  6. the Jewish Federation of Broward County has never raised as much ast 15. 1 million. For years now, it has barely raised 6 million and fallilng rapidly. I now have to assume all these numbers are completely bogus.

  7. Ray Levi is at least correct that donations to Jewish philanthropic organizations are dropping rapidly nowadays because so many Jewish Ponzi schemes have collapsed lately and a lot of bloodsucking Jewish plutocrats have thus been busted and imprisoned.

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