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Thank you … to those who, in 2021, have provided funds so we can make a difference in people’s lives

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Joe Casario … in honor of Christopher Casario

Rachel P. Kort … in honor of Ellen Dreskin for the light she brings to our world AND Beth Or community

Anonymous … in memory of Jonah

Batya Ben-David

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Thanks to all who have contributed to our “Beat the Virus!” Campaign

We are so grateful that you take the time and dollars to support our work. It’s incredibly gratifying and this list of donors to our “Beat the Virus!” Campaign is a small but earnest expression of our thanks. May our shared efforts bring ever-increasing goodness into a world that so desperately needs it.

The Dreskins and Boonshofts

 


Jill, Steven, Aviva and Ilana Abusch … in memory of our Jonah, because we miss him everyday

Rabbi Beth Davidson

Martine Klein and family

Rabbi Mike Mellen

Rabbi Jan and Cantor Lanie Katzew

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Thank you … to those who, in 2020, have provided funds so we can make a difference in people’s lives

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Joe Casario … in honor of Christopher Casario

Peter Allard … in memory of Rebecca Wixted, long time local music fan

Elaine Cutler

Robbie Harris

Nancy Samson … in memory of Jonah Maccabee

George and Chris Markley

Cantor Louise Treitman … in honor of Cantor Sharon Kohn

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Not An Ask … Just A Thank You

These past five months have been hard on everyone. With so many out of work, or worried about being out of work, or just worried, we weren’t sure we should ask for donations.

In March, April and May, as the coronavirus began its march across our country and the world, we thought we’d bring you some needed love and distraction through an Online Concert Series that featured performances by Dan NicholsChava MirelThe LevinsElana ArianKenny GreenDaniel CainerEllen AllardNoah AronsonEliana Light, and Nefesh Mountain.

While enjoying the music, you still managed to give and give and give and, together, you and we provided support to health clinics across the country that were taking care of the underserved in our communities: folks who can’t afford health insurance, and undocumented immigrants whose fear of arrest keeps them away from hospitals. Because of your generosity, we were able to award grants to Centro SOL community health clinic (in Baltimore, MD), La Clínica (in San Francisco, CA), People’s Community Clinic (in Austin, TX), Phoenix Allies for Community Health (in Phoenix, AZ), and NYC Health + Hospitals (in New York, NY).

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Thanks to all who have contributed to our Campaign for Racial Justice

We are so grateful that you take the time and dollars to support our work. It’s so incredibly gratifying. This list of donors to our Campaign for Racial Justice is a small but earnest way to thank you. May our efforts bring ever-increasing goodness into a world that so desperately needs it.

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Tracy Friend … in memory of George Floyd

Sally Winter

Andrea Zlotowitz … in memory of Devra Freelander because she would be fighting for racial and social justice if she were still alive

Frank Squillante

Joanna Sasson

Rabbi Aaron Petuchowski

Michael Skloff

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Thanks to all who have contributed to our “Jonah-Inspired” Campaign!

We are so grateful that you take the time and dollars to support our work. It’s so incredibly gratifying. This list of donors to our “Jonah-Inspired” campaign is a small but earnest way to thank you. May our efforts bring ever-increasing goodness into young lives!

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Al and Sara Dreskin

Marta Kauffman … in honor of the entire Dreskin family

Danny Siegel

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Thank you … to everyone who has supported our immigrant sanctuary project!

Chuck and Nancy Fishman

Jeanne and Murray Bodin

Ora Elber … in memory of my father

Sally Winter

David Cohen

Sharol Brickman

Beth Sher

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Thank you … to those who, in 2019, have provided funds so we can make a difference in young people’s lives


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Wendy Jennis and Douglas Mishkin

Sue Bensadon … in memory of my parents

Beged Kefet (Leon Sher, Beth Sher, Cantors Riki Lippitz, Benjie-Ellen Schiller and Ellen Dreskin, and Rabbis Les Bronstein and Billy Dreskin)

Deb Hall … in memory of Jonah

Corey Friedlander

Karen Steele … “you can keep the dime”

Harriet Levine … in memory of Len Levine

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Thanks to all who have contributed to our Summer Campaign 2019!

We are so grateful that you take the time and dollars to support our work. It’s so incredibly gratifying. This list of Summer Campaign 2019 donors is a small but earnest way to thank you. May our efforts bring ever-increasing goodness into young lives!

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Roberta and Lloyd Roos

Randy Markey … in honor of Billy and Ellen and mishpocha

Laura Bernstein … in honor of Dylan Max, my first grandson!

Julie Newman … inspired, as always, by the work that JMF is doing — and by the amazing resiliency of the human heart.

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With Your Help, Here’s What We Accomplished In 2018

Dear friends,

We thought you might like to know how we spent the money you donated to The Jonah Maccabee Foundation in 2018.

Here’s the rundown of the grants we made:

1) California Fire Foundation: The wildfires in California devastated so many lives. California Fire Foundation’s SAVE program provides financial assistance and other support services to survivors struggling to put their lives back together.

2) Families Belong Together: As we continue to witness America’s betrayal of its long-standing passion for being a nation of refugees, some 250 organizations representing Americans from all backgrounds have joined together to fight family separation and detention, seek accountability for the harm that’s been done, and to reunite all families who remain torn apart. Read the rest of this entry »

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