Ronald R. Glancz (Z"L) was a giant in the region’s Jewish, legal, and civil rights communities. His accomplishments, passion, advocacy, and deep and firm ethical compass were deeply appreciated and well recognized in his lifetime. He was also a founding Board member of Tzedek DC.

To honor Ron’s memory and continue his legacy of helping the community, a group of his family and friends have launched the Glancz Legacy Fund, which will sustain Tzedek DC’s work to provide services and advocacy for residents of DC facing debt crises by supporting two programs:

- the Ronald Glancz Avodah Jewish Service Corps Fellowship program, which each year brings a recent tikkun olam-minded college graduate to work at Tzedek DC;

- the disabilities communities project, launching in 2020, to serve the more than 20% of Tzedek DC’s clients with physical or mental disabilities, allowing them to get more tailored service and advocacy.

Family members and community leaders, including Margie Glancz, Allyson Baker, Vivian Bass, David Farber, Ron Halber and Mark Kahan, along with Tzedek DC founder Ariel Levinson-Waldman, are leading the effort to create the Glancz Legacy Fund with Tzedek DC.

To read more about Ron’s legacy, click here. For more information about the Glancz Legacy Fund, please contact the Tzedek DC office at (202) 274-5745 or rs@tzedek.dc.


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Honoring the Legacy of Ronald R. Glancz

by Tzedek DC


Ronald R. Glancz (Z"L) was a giant in the region’s Jewish, legal, and civil rights communities. His accomplishments, passion, advocacy, and deep and firm ethical compass were deeply appreciated and well recognized in his lifetime. He was also a founding Board member of Tzedek DC.

To honor Ron’s memory and continue his legacy of helping the community, a group of his family and friends have launched the Glancz Legacy Fund, which will sustain Tzedek DC’s work to provide services and advocacy for residents of DC facing debt crises by supporting two programs:

- the Ronald Glancz Avodah Jewish Service Corps Fellowship program, which each year brings a recent tikkun olam-minded college graduate to work at Tzedek DC;

- the disabilities communities project, launching in 2020, to serve the more than 20% of Tzedek DC’s clients with physical or mental disabilities, allowing them to get more tailored service and advocacy.

Family members and community leaders, including Margie Glancz, Allyson Baker, Vivian Bass, David Farber, Ron Halber and Mark Kahan, along with Tzedek DC founder Ariel Levinson-Waldman, are leading the effort to create the Glancz Legacy Fund with Tzedek DC.

To read more about Ron’s legacy, click here. For more information about the Glancz Legacy Fund, please contact the Tzedek DC office at (202) 274-5745 or rs@tzedek.dc.