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Membership and Fundraising
Annual membership and Associate fees
Jewish National Fund Trees, Special Occasions, Get Well, Condolences, etc. Hadassah Certificates are mailed to the recipient and your message is also placed in the Bulletin. This is a convenient way of sending an appropriate message while supporting Hadassah. Contact Debra Evenson at email@example.com for Blue Boxes. Contact Rita Green at firstname.lastname@example.org for certificates and trees. Please contact Carol Minton at email@example.com for instructions on where to send your check.
Hadassah sells greeting cards for many occasions - birthday, anniversary, get well, thinking of you, sympathy - Bar and Bat Mitzvah and others. Many of these cards are appropriate for people of all faiths. Cards are available at all Hadassah meetings or by contacting Rita Green at ritagreen1@bellsouth,net
Major gifts to Hadassah are essential to help meet current commitments to our projects as well as upgrade and expand our facilities to meet future needs. Major Gifts can be given to every Hadassah project and may be fulfilled with cash, stocks, bonds, trusts, annuities and Israel Bonds. A major gift to Hadassah is a tangible expression of commitment that binds the donor to Hadassah's vital work in Israel and the United States. A Centennial Founder's gift represents $25,000 given over a three-year period ($15,000 Young Founder's gifts are payable over five years if the donor is under 45 years of age). A Keeper of the Gate is someone who has committed to contributing a minimum of $1,000 annually to Hadassah indefinitely. Both Founders and Keepers receive a beautiful specially designed pin when they make their commitment. Anyone interested in becoming either a Founder or a Keeper or in finding out more about these programs and other levels of giving is invited to contact Ronni Nichamin at RNichamin@nc.rr.com
A new program has been developed for those who would like to make a commitment for an annual gift. "Hadassah Heroines" is an annual contribution of $100 per year for 5 years. More ...
New National Fundraising Initiatives
"Take a Stand"
Designed to allow women, 45 and under, to put their Jewish values to work, Take a Stand! offers participants the opportunity to advocate on behalf of stem-cell funding and research in the United States and support the state-of-the-art Center for Human Embryonic Stem Cell Research at Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem. More ...
"Associate Keepers of the Gate"
The men of Hadassah can now become Keepers in their own right by making a commitment of a minimum of $1000 annually for as long as they are able. More ...