The law firm of Jaburg Wilk was pleased to be co-presenting sponsor of Feeding Matters 8th Annual Community live-streamed fundraising event. Jaburg Wilk is a longtime supporter of Feeding Matters, and this was its seventh time they had the honor of sponsoring the event.
Founded in 2006, Feeding Matters is committed to partnering with families and healthcare professionals to raise awareness and understanding of Pediatric Feeding Disorders - PFD. Children with PFD have difficulty or find it impossible to eat, drink, or digest food normally, often compromising their health, growth, and development. Feeding Matters accelerates identification, research, and collaborative care for children, families and the healthcare community.
Gary Jaburg, Managing Partner of Jaburg Wilk and former Feeding Matters Board Member said, “For more than a decade we have supported Feeding Matters and have been part of their journey to having PFD recognized by the medical community. We were so excited that they were able to raise more than $185,000 during their virtual event this year. Their collaborative commitment to both families impacted by PFD and the medical community is exemplary. They are unique in their approach, advocacy, and impact.”
Jaburg & Wilk Foundation
The Jaburg & Wilk Foundation is a non-profit foundation committed to enriching the quality of life for the residents of Arizona by fostering private giving and strengthening smaller service providers. To this end, the Foundation awards grants to local non-profit organizations involved in the arts, education, children, at-risk programs, and other community-based efforts. The Foundation grants are awarded after approval of the Grant Committee.
Community Grant Guidelines
Priority is given to:
- Well-run, financially sound organizations. For example, strong board participation and stable management, diverse source of revenues and earned income opportunities.
- Organizations whose mission and proposed project address a current and proven public need for people living and/or working in Maricopa or Pinal counties.
- Applicants that demonstrate strong community support for their organizations and its projects. For example, diversity of other funding sources and community resources or number of diverse participants in the program, project or organization.
- Organizations that show an effective and efficient delivery of program services. For example, greater than 80% of the organization expenses are spent on program services.
Applications may be submitted at any time to firstname.lastname@example.org.