Hadassah has the perfect giving opportunity for you. Choose from a selection of deeply meaningful ways to impact lives in the US and Israel— tiles in Jerusalem, walls of recognition, personalized certificates, and an elegant sterling silver necklace inscribed with a famous quote from Hadassah’s founder, Henrietta Szold. You can also remember a loved one with a Perpetual Yahrzeit in Israel.
Endless Beginnings Necklace
Support groundbreaking medical research with this necklace inscribed with the famous quote from Hadassah’s founder, Henrietta Szold, “There is no ending that is not a beginning.
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Perpetual Yahrzeit in Israel
Ensure that Kaddish is recited each year for your loved one. With a one-time donation of $1000, the name will be read in perpetuity on the yahrzeit date in the Abbell Synagogue in Jerusalem, home to Marc Chagall’s twelve iconic stained glass windows. With an Enhanced Yahrzeit, Kaddish will be recited daily for 11 months, then annually in perpetuity.
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Walls of Recognition
Our Walls of Honor at our hospital in Ein Kerem carry the names of generous donors. Choose to donate and have your name on the Research Patron Wall; the Wall of Healing; or the Wall of Promise.
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Bright, cheerful tiles decorate our hospital walls in Mt. Scopus and Ein Kerem. Choose your favorite for a donation of $1500 and we will inscribe your name on it.
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A meaningful way to honor or memorialize someone special. Choose from our collection of beautifully crafted and meaningful certificates that can be sent to the recipient electronically or in the mail.
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Plant Trees in Israel
Hadassah's newest initiative, in partnership with Jewish National Fund (JNF-KKL), is the Greening of the Negev Project. The tree(s) purchased will be planted to help fund new communities in the Negev, greening an army base in the south and completing the forest in the Be'er Sheva River Park. All donations will be recognized with this meaningful certificate in appreciation.
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