Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco
Location: San Francisco, CA
The Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco is among the 20 largest federations in the United States. Having grown out of Jewish communal fundraising efforts established in the early 20th century, the Federation’s work is guided by the Jewish values of tzedakah (charitable giving), kehilla (community) and tikkun olam (repairing the world). It aims to foster community among Bay Area Jews, raise funds to support the community’s organizations and initiatives, and mobilize to address issues facing the Jewish community locally and internationally.
Danny Grossman is the CEO and president of the Jewish Federation of San Francisco, as well as the founder and CEO of SLOW Food for Fast Lives. He served in the U.S. Foreign Service as a diplomat overseas and at the Department of State for seven years. Prior to that Danny spearheaded a national grassroots marketing campaign for the nonprofit organization Ground Zero, and served as a legislative aide to Congressman James Coyne in Washington, D.C. Danny holds an M.B.A. from Stanford University and received his B.A. in Russian and East European Studies from Yale University.
Institution Revenue: $130,282,883
Institution Total Expenses: $103,726,498
Institution Revenue: $163,764,782
Institution Total Expenses: $95,313,460
Overpaid by: 26%
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1 Interim head of organization
2 Data from 2012
3 Data from 2011
4 Data from 2010
5 Data from 2009
6 Data from 2008
7 Data from 2007
8 Includes payment from SWC Museum Corp.
9 Predecessor’s salary
10 Partial year
11 Not a 501(c)3
13 Position currently vacant
14 As per Form 990, JNF declined to comment
15 Base salary
16 Data from president-elect period
17 2010 Employees
18 Legally exempt from public disclosure of salary
19 Highest paid professional, not CEO
20 Paid from two related organizations
21 Data from 2013
22 Data from 2014
23 Data from 2015
24 Includes a one-time honorarium of $55,000
25 Data from 2017