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How to donate

In the U.S.

Your donation to Kashouvot is tax-deductible in the U.S. through our partner, KBY. Please inform us by e-mail  kashouvotvalerie@gmail.com of your intention to donate.

You may send a check to:

Jeff Macklis, Director

KBY Congregations Together

PO Box 23170

Brooklyn, NY 11231

 

Phone: (212)3492747

Please mark the memo line on the check, “Kashouvot”.

Include a transmittal letter directing the contribution to Kashouvot.

Note your name, address and e-mail for a receipt for your donation.

It may take several weeks to process the donation, so please be patient.  

For credit card donations go to http://kbyonline.org and follow the instructions.

The credit card company takes a 2.5% fee so checks are preferable.

In Canada:

Ellen Yarrow, Israel and Overseas Coordinator

Federation CJA

1, Cummings Square (5151 Côte Ste. Catherine Rd.)

Montréal, Québec

Tel. 514 345 2645 extension 3292 H3W 1M6, Canada (call first and tell her to expect your check)

Please mark the memo line on the check, “Kashouvot” and include a transmittal letter stating that you would like the contribution directed to Kashouvot. There is a $5000 minimum for them to process it but it can be from multiple donors.

In Israel:

Please inform us by e-mail valeriekashouvot@gmail.com of your intention to donate. You may send a check in shekels or in foreign currency to:

Kashouvot

Efrata St. 31 apt. 12 – Jerusalem 9338435 Israel

About our partners:

Kehillot B’Yahad

(http://kbyonline.org) is an American 501(c)3 dedicated to supporting Progressive Judaism in Israel.  It promotes and supports many Reform and Conservative (Masorti) synagogue communities and affiliated institutions.  Its goal is to strengthen vibrant, creative, relevant Jewish voices in Israel by helping them achieve the resources to do so.   

UIA Federations Canada

(UIAFC), on behalf of the federations, responds to needs of Jews in Canada and across the globe. In Israel, they transform campaign contributions into social welfare and educational programs. Their main areas of focus are: Israel and Jewish advocacy; leadership development; Jewish continuity; centrality of Israel; and financial resource development.