Fiscal Sponsor: Center for Jewish Culture and Creativity
HipHopShabbat is fiscally sponsored by the Center for Jewish Culture and Creativity.
The CJCC has an official 501(c)(3) status as a non-profit organization.
The organization can accept tax-deducatable donations on behalf of HipHopShabbat.
To find out more about making a donation to support quality Shabbat programming,
visit the HipHopShabbat donation page.
CJCC Mission Statement:
The Center for Jewish Culture and Creativity undertakes projects that address Jewish identity and community through the medium of culture.
The CJCC was founded in Tel Aviv in 1990 by leading Israeli and North American artists, scholars and entrepreneurs who recognized that creative talent is a major resource of the Jewish people for sustaining Jewish identity. A non-profit institution in both the United States and Israel, the Center is committed to fostering a dynamic international Jewish culture rooted in the Land of Israel, as envisioned by Zionist philosopher Ahad Ha'am. The Center facilitates access to cultural works from Israel, and to Jewish creativity from outside Israel, as a means of strengthening Jewish communities, shaping Jewish identity, and honoring the ongoing Jewish contribution to universal civilization.