Helping Holocaust Survivors in Need
More than 10,000 Holocaust survivors currently live in Canada; some live in poverty. Through our community partners, the Azrieli Foundation offers emergency financial assistance and support to survivors.
For assistance, please contact our partners directly.
If you live in a city not listed below, please contact the Cummings Centre for Jewish Seniors.
Informal Jewish Education
The Azrieli Foundation supports broad, pluralistic and innovative initiatives that will ensure a vibrant future for Israel and the Jewish people.
In addition, the Azrieli Foundation encourages first-time Jewish overnight camp experiences through the Azrieli/PJ Library© Campership Incentive Grants for PJ Library participants, operated by the Harold Grinspoon Foundation.
Supporting Vulnerable Populations
Together with our grantees, we work towards ensuring that everyone has a right to live comfortably and with dignity, including through initiatives in mental health, small-scale loans and food security.
Vocational Training and Employment Readiness
We support initiatives that teach career-specific and job-readiness skills to students of any age, preparing them for meaningful employment and engagement in the community.
Our mission is to connect and nurture potential, wherever it exists, with the resources and the wisdom necessary to open the doors to a better world — one individual at a time.