About the Frankel Family Foundation
The Frankel Family Foundation (FFF) was established in 2002. The Foundation owes its existence and inspiration to Bud Frankel, who inherited a spirit of giving and helping others from his immigrant parents. As a family foundation, the FFF reflects and perpetuates the interests and concerns of all of the family members.
The Frankel Family Foundation is informed by Jewish values and the concept of "tzedak" meaning justice or what is right. We are required and privileged to engage in the work of improving the world and addressing injustice.
The Foundation has three priority areas:
- Israel and Anti-Semitism
- Refugees and Displaced Persons
The Foundation believes that education is critical for improving lives and promoting change and will support educational strategies across all priority areas.