Maxine & Jack Zarrow Family Foundation

The Maxine & Jack Zarrow Family Foundation supports those most at risk in our community, those with mental illness, those with physical or medical challenges, and the homeless. We are also committed to transformational civic projects, especially those efforts that seek to better engage those with limited access to our inspirational arts and cultural resources.

Grants are considered by invitation only. We typically fund social services, medical research initiatives, mental health programs, museums and educational institutions. Our geographical preference for giving is Tulsa, Oklahoma and the state of Israel.

In all that we do we strive to uphold the beliefs and interests of Maxine and the late Jack Zarrow, most notably their lifelong interest in mental health causes, rooted in their own daughter’s battle with the illness. Together, the Zarrows built the Foundation to perpetuate this meaningful work and continue this important tradition of tzedakah, or righteous behavior, for their children, grandchildren, and future generations.

 

Founders

Mr. Jack Zarrow, 1925-2012
Ms. Maxine Zarrow

Trustees

Ms. Maxine Zarrow
Ms. Gail Richards
Ms. Hilary Zarrow
Ms. Rebecca Richards
Mr. Eric Richards
Ms. Alison Zarrow
Ms. Rachel Zarrow

Mr. Scott Zarrow, 1958-2012