* Listings with an asterisk are part of the JUF/JF partnership of agencies serving the Chicago and worldwide Jewish community.

JFMC Facilities Corporation (FacCorp) *

Jewish United Fund
30 S. Wells Street
Chicago, IL 60606-5056
Phone: (312) 444-2910

Full service not-for-profit property management and development company, also specializing in leveraged purchasing programs, security, and hospitality management of the Lillian and Larry Goodman Conference Center. Partners with the organizations it serves to optimize the physical environments by providing professional services and resources so partners can focus on their core missions. These partnerships have evolved over 25 years and include more than 60 JUF affiliated/beneficiary social welfare and educational agencies, health care organizations, synagogues, and other not-for-profit entities.


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