Congrats to the 2021 JCF Scholarship Awardees!

Updated: May 20

It's been a topsy-turvy school year, but South Jersey scholars persevered.

Now it's time to celebrate some of the best and brightest students who hail from Burlington, Camden, and Gloucester counties.

CONGRATULATIONS to this year's awardees:

• Sarah Arnstein

• Quinn Basewitz

• Shaindy Black

• Hannah Borenstein

• Sadie Borenstein

• Lily Coyne

• Macy Desmond

• Shari Goldberg

• Brinley Ehrlich-Jaffe

• Jesse Eible Hargro

• Bailey Hann

• Seth Hornstein

• Maia Jordan

• Luke Kaplan

• Noah Kaplan

• Grayson Leslie

• Amalia Littwin

• Raphael Littwin

• Sophia Milask

• Dorie Rappaport

• Rebecca Raush

• Adam Safier

• Alixandra Trainor

• Marissa Tuman

About JCF Scholarship Awards

Each year the Jewish Community Foundation, Inc. provides Scholarship Awards to deserving recipients who are pursuing higher education.

These financial awards are made possible thanks to numerous JCF donors, many of whom established endowment funds to spinoff annual funding for the important purpose of helping students defray the cost of obtaining degrees, Israel travel, leadership development, or technology purchase (depending on the fund's criteria).

This year, the JCF's Scholarship Committee, chaired by JCF Board member Ed Rivkin, allotted over $38,000 in financial awards to 24 individual recipients. We are excited to announce that this dollar total marks a new record amount awarded by the JCF in one cycle, and that the JCF has now awarded approximately $400,000 to deserving recipients since we started providing awards over 20 years ago. Thank you to our generous awards donors for making this possible!

Rivkin said that the annual JCF's Scholarships Awards program "is for the greater good and it’s helping young adults achieve their academic goals, since, tragically, college expenses continue to rise exponentially over the rate of inflation. By and large people need help, so we are investing in the future."