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Did you know there are many ways you can help raise donations for Hadassah?

Young Judaea

Young Judaea Fundraiser!

By Supporting Young Judaea Scholarships

  • Give a child a Young Judaea camp experience
  • Help a teen participate in a Young Judaea Israel Program
    Ensure Jewish continuity and future leadership



1 bracelet for $25 donation; 2 bracelets for $48 donation; 3 bracelets for $70 donation

There are 3 different types of bracelets: star, lion, or chamsa. Make sure you indicate which ones you want.

Click this link to download and print an order form:

Young Judaea Bracelets order form

Please mail your request with a check (Made out to Hadassah) to:

Linda Woodrow
2196 Butternut Drive
Okemos, MI 48864

Perpetual Yahrzeits
Recently when I read about Hadassah's Perpetual Yahrzeit program I thought, "Oh, I would love to have one of those for my mother!" Donations to Hadassah are a Mitzvah...and in a perfect world that in itself should be enough. However, the world is not perfect. Read more....

Israel Bonds
Did you know that when you purchase an Israel Bond you are doing a Double Mitzvah by Helping Israel and Hadassah at the same time?

Cards and Certificates
Look at all the cards we have for immediate selection. Sending is made easy, we can even mail them for you.

Jewish National Fund
Hadassah and the Jewish National Fund have been partners in action since 1926, when they formed an effective and compassionate coalition. Today, our organizations are united in an effort to help Israel avoid an environmental catastrophe. Hadassah is currently funding the Tirzah Reservoir in Israel's Jordan Valley. Over the next few years, as many as 100 additional reservoirs will be needed to insure that Israel has the water that it requires. Your contribution will help Israel conserve water, the most precious resource in the Middle East

Hadassah Red Box 
Hadassah’s new Tzedakah Box - A JEWISH TRADITION

The word TZEDAKAH is derived from the Hebrew root Tzadei-Dalet-Qof, meaning righteousness, justice or fairness. In Judaism, giving charity is a religious obligation, an act of justice and righteousness. Jewish tradition argues that the second highest form of tzedakah is to anonymously give donations to unknown recipients.

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