UJA Federation’s Tomorrow Campaign – unparalleled in its boldness and scope – is changing the landscape of Toronto and life for everyone in the GTA.
Across three centres– the Joseph and Wolf Lebovic Jewish Community Campus in Vaughan, Sherman Campus at Bathurst and Sheppard, and in the Downtown District at the Miles Nadal JCC and the Wolfond Centre for Jewish Campus Life – new facilities and services are being created to meet the needs of the diverse and growing Jewish communities that together comprise people from all walks of life from every continent on the globe.
Through the remarkable generosity and vision of various community philanthropists, more than $290 million has already been raised, and the Tomorrow Campaign is well on its way toward achieving its $400 million goal. From sports and recreation to health care and education, from arts and culture to family support and social services, the we are building a better, brighter Jewish Tomorrow…today.
On Sherman Campus, a spectacular new Koffler Centre of the Arts will become a distinguished new focal point for contemporary arts and culture. As it has done for more than three decades, the Koffler will continue to enrich the lives of residents across the city through arts education and exhibitions.
The main level will be home to the Koffler Gallery and state-of-the-art studios for painting, sculpture and ceramics. One level up, specialized studios for dance and music study as well as recital spaces will overlook the magnificent ravine below. And uniting it all, at the building’s core, will be the spiraling, sunlit, Sylvia Dzialoszynski Waks Rotunda.
Already on the 27-acre campus are the renovated Lipa Green Centre for Jewish Community Services and the inaugural building of the Prosserman JCC. In the next phase of development, the rebuilt Koffler Centre, the Jewish Museum of Canada and the Leah Posluns Theatre will come to life, creating one of the most significant Jewish history and culture destinations in North America.
Numerous naming opportunities, at all price levels, are available at the Koffler Centre of the Arts. For a full listing, please click here.
For more information on the Tomorrow Campaign please visit TomorrowCampaign.com or call 416-631-5737.