Robert Katz

HEALING POWERS: Manhattan?s Beth Israel Hospial, in 1928.

Continuing Their Mission, Jewish Hospitals Reinvest in Philanthropy

In eight American cities, there are grant-making foundations created from the sale of Jewish hospitals, with combined assets in excess of $1 billion. For American Jewry, these foundations are the most important legacy of the Jewish hospital movement, one of American history’s most ambitious undertakings in Jewish philanthropy.