Commemorate your loved ones today with Hadassah's Perpetual Yahrzeit Program. A one-
time tax-deductible donation of $1,000 ensures that the Kaddish prayer will be recited on
the Hebrew date of death each year. This recitation takes place in the beautiful Fannie and Maxwell Abbell Synagogue, located at Hadassah Hospital, Ein Kerem, Jerusalem, and home to the magnificent stained glass windows by Marc Chagall.
With this single act of charity, you can remember a loved one in perpetuity. Hadassah will acknowledge your charitable gift with a meaningful Yahrzeit certificate featuring a replica of one of these inspirational Chagall windows. Each year, prior to the Yahrzeit date, you will receive a notice acknowledging the upcoming observance. On the Yahrzeit date, your loved one's name will be memorialized during services held in the Abbell Synagogue.
Your generous contribution will support healing, teaching and research at the
Hadassah Medical Organization. Please click here to establish a Perpetual Yahrzeit or
download a printable Yahrzeit form.
To set up a payment plan (which may be paid over a 12 month period),
please call toll free 1-877-212-3321 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Become a Founder before the price goes up!
This increase has now been delayed until January, 2015. Hurry before it's too late!
Keepers of the Gate is Hadassah's first National annual giving society, and ensures millions of dollars to support the day-to-day needs of Hadassah's vital projects and programs, saving and sustaining lives around the world.
Chai Society is Hadassah's newest National annual giving society, where a gift of $15 a month can change a life by making an impact on medical care, youth at home and in Israel and on those who care about Israel and the Jewish community.
Your Name in Israel: Bricks, Walls, Tiles
Leave your mark in Israel—your name in perpetuity—as you help save lives at Hadassah Medical Organization. Gifts start at $1,000.
Hadassah is committed to strengthening the unity of the Jewish people. In Israel, we accomplish this through progressive healthcare, education, youth institutions, volunteerism, and land reclamation. In the U.S. we reach our goals through Jewish and Zionist education programs, Zionist Youth programs, and health awareness programs, as well as by advocating for issues of importance to women and to the American Jewish community.