The Rachel & Drew Katz Foundation is a private charitable organization that supports hundreds of programs.  The Foundation’s mission is to leverage its expertise, creativity, resources and passions to create infinite possibilities for those in need while striving to make a difference in the lives of others, in our community, and in our world.  The Rachel & Drew Katz Foundation is dedicated to supporting programs and organizations that provide a direct and measurable benefit in many challenging areas including, but not limited to, organizations addressing the medical, educational, social, emotional, and cultural needs of those less fortunate.  Highlights from our most recent initiatives can be found in our newsletter.

This year, in response to the acts of hatred and violence in our country, Rachel and Drew are taking a firm position to stand up against racism and anti-Semitism.  With all of the proceeds that RDKF receives from the Celebrity Bowling Classic, they will immediately write a check to the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the nation’s premier civil rights/human relations organization for the full amount.  To further the impact of the event and to show their unending appreciation for your support, Rachel and Drew will again personally match every dollar the foundation receives, and the RDKF will continue to make its grants throughout the year to the causes it supports.

For more information, please call 856-667-9887 or visit

Compete 360 is a 501(c)3 organization founded by Garry Maddox to support the education and development of urban youth.  For fourteen years, Mr. Maddox’s charity provided academic support and enrichment programming to children in grades K-8 in Atlantic City, Camden, and Philadelphia.  A few years ago, the organization adopted a new name, Compete 360, and a new mission–to cultivate a design thinking practice in under-resourced city schools, helping teachers bring new ideas and practices to their work, and helping students engage in hands-on, inquiry-driven learning.  Compete 360 offers programs for high school, middle school, 3rd-5th grade, and K-2.  Learn more about programs and projects here.

For information, please call 267-886-8233 or visit