How To Give

Jewish organizations can help you make a contribution.


To contribute, contact:

American Jewish World Service, 45 West 36th Street, New York, NY 10018

Jewish Federations of North America, 25 Broadway, New York, NY 10004

UJA-Federation of New York, 130 East 59th Street, New York, NY 10022.

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Lincoln Square Gets $20 Million, Conditionally

Funds to complete West Side shul’s new building contingent on members’ donations.
Staff Writer

An undisclosed donor has committed $20 million to complete construction of the Lincoln Square Synagogue’s 50,000-square-foot building on the Upper West Side and provide a small endowment, the congregation told its members Thursday.

The gift, however, comes with a string: It is contingent on the synagogue raising an additional $3 million by April 30, 2011. The donor, whose identity is known only to the synagogue’s rabbi, Shaul Robinson, also stipulated that “an overwhelming majority” of the synagogue’s membership donate to the cause.

 Rabbi Shaul Robinson.

Brandman To Give $8 Million To Hebrew U. For Lab

Staff Writer

 JTA — The widow of real estate mogul Saul Brandman said she was giving $8 million to the Hebrew University in Jerusalem.

Joyce Brandman announced Aug. 12 that the donation through the university’s American fund-raising arm in New York will go to build a laboratory research center on the Givat Ram campus. The center will focus on the school’s chemistry, biology, physics and pharmacology programs, according to The Wall Street Journal.

Twitter & Jewish Non-Profits

 Twitter may very well be the social media site that everyone counted out as not having any utility, but is actually thriving. That is because Twitter users are finding new and innovative ways to use the application.

Using Twitter for Philanthropy
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