When you give to the Jewish Federation, your donation rescues people in crisis, you support those in need, contribute to making the community safer, secure the Jewish future, and much more. Thank you for you generosity.
Israel's current conflict with Hamas and Islamic Jihad in Gaza continues to escalate. When you make a gift to Federation, a portion goes to support the people of Israel, including those affected most directly and gravely by this conflict. Your gift will provide life-saving aid to those who need it most.
The Federation’s community campaign enables the Jewish community to proactively solve a wide range of pressing and perennial needs in Jewish life, as well as responding quickly when crises occur in the Jewish community.
For those who are passionate about a particular cause, targeted giving focuses impact in programs supporting Israel, education, seniors, security and anti-Semitism, children, and Holocaust survivors.
The Life & Legacy program makes it easy and affordable for anyone to secure Jewish life for generations to come by leaving a legacy gift to the Jewish organization of one’s choice.
Sending a tribute is a meaningful way to remember a special person who has passed away or to mark a happy milestone in the life of a loved one with a mitzvah.
Donating securities is a convenient way to support the Jewish Federation. Consult with a financial expert to see if you may be eligible for tax advantages as a result of donating securities that have appreciated in value.
Amazon.com will donate a portion of sales to the Jewish Federation in the Heart of New Jersey, when you shop through its Amazon Smile Service and select the Federation as your charity of choice.
Some employers offer matching gift benefits to their employees who make contributions to charitable organizations, doubling and in some cases tripling the employee’s donation amount.
Giving of your time and talents is a meaningful way to support the Jewish Federation, its partners, and those in need in the Jewish community. You may deliver meals to a homebound senior, visit someone in the hospital, make fundraising calls during a telethon, join an event planning committee, take photos at an event, and much more.