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(Anyone who contributes $1,000 or more (payable over two years) will be an FJMC Foundation for Jewish Life Fellow. In addition, there are four higher levels of Fellows (and contributions are cumulative).  Legacy Fellows are those who have provided the Foundation a Legacy Letter of Intent, indicating that they will be leaving the Foundation a gift upon their death.  More information on our Legacy Fellows can be found at the link above, or by clicking here:  Founding Fellows (those who joined the Foundation when it was founded) are highlighted in RED.


Check out the                 Button after our 'newest' fellows.


ABRAHAM FELLOWS – Just as Abraham was the patriarch of the Jewish people.  Abraham Fellows are the patriarchs of the Foundation. Abraham Fellows begins with a donation of $25,000 or more.

  • Anne Berman, z'l & Fay Tomick, z'l


KING SOLOMON FELLOWS – As King Solomon was the builder of the Temple, King Solomon Fellows help build the Foundation. King Solomon Fellows is open to donors of $10,000 to $24,999.

  • Jeffrey Goldberg Foundation

  • Peter Gotlieb

  • Eric & Fern Weis

JOSHUA FELLOWS – Joshua led the Jewish people into the Promised Land. Joshua Fellows help lead the Foundation’s development.  Joshua Fellows is open to donors of $5,000 to $9,999.

  • Robert Braitman

  • Lillian & Richard Gray

  • Stephen Davidoff, z"l

  • Myles Simpson & Family

  • Barry L. Wolfe


HENANI FELLOWS – When God called to Abraham he answered “Henani – Here I am!” This is your opportunity to answer Henani.  Henani Fellows is open to donors of $2,500 to $4,999.

  • Beth Shalom Men’s Club, Elkins Park Pa

  • Burton (Captain Ruach) Fischman, z"l

  • Barton Kogan z"l

  • Midwest Region FJMC

  • Sylvia And Harold Nissen, z'l

  • Stephen A. & Arlene Neustein

  • New York Metro Region FJMC

  • David Rose Memorial Fund

  • Jeffrey Schulman & Miriam Arnheim

  • Daniel z"l & Shiela Stern

  • Gary Smith Foundation

  • Allan & Helene Kahan

  • Mitch Ross


FELLOWS Founders are open to donors of $1,000 to $2,499.

  • Les Agisim

  • Lawrence & Myra Allen

  • Elayn z"l & Aaron Altman  

  • Ira Bartfield

  • Bill Becker

  • Samuel Berlin, z"l

  • Gerrard Berman

  • Arthur Bruckman, z"l

  • Alan Budman

  • Bernie Cohen, z"l

  • Morris Diamant, z"l

  • Jack & Nora Dinsfriend

  • Stephen Dix 

  • Paul Drowos

  • Ken Elfand

  • Jerry Feldman

  • Marc A. & Carole Firestone

  • Harold S. & Loretta T. Freed

  • Ira Frost

  • Leonard Gimbel z"l 

  • Mark Givarz  

  • David S. Goldberg

  • Max Goldberg z"l

  • Allan Gottesman

  • Dan Granek 

  • Abraham Greenberg

  • David Heritch

  • Joseph Herschberg

  • In Memory of I. Murray Jacobs

  • Robb Kantor

  • John Kelman

  • Susan & Ed Kochman

  • Joel Kurtz

  • Norman I. Kurtz

  • Irving Laker, z"l

  • Morton Lang, z"l

  • Bob Levine

  • In Memory of Gil Linder z"l

  • Ray Lourie

  • Danny Mandeau

  • Milton Mandel

  • Robert Mandel

  • Kenneth & Lorie Matlick

  • Arnold Miller

  • Michael & Shirley Mills

  • A. Herschel Muchnick, z"l

  • New England Region FJMC

  • Northern New Jersey Region FJMC

  • Harold November, z"l

  • Dave Pelzman

  • Alex Pomerantz

  • Jules Porter, z"l

  • Richard Porter

  • Mark E. Rosenson 

  • Mitchell J. Ross

  • Herman Rothenberg

  • Karl Rubin

  • Gene & Ruthi Sacks

  • Bob Schachter

  • Ronald Schultz

  • Seaboard Region FJMC

  • Douglas Segerman

  • Bruce & Susan Sicherman

  • Abraham Silver, z"l

  • Steven & Ronnie Silverstone

  • In memory of Mary Simon z"l

  • Benny & Irma Sommerfeld

  • Stephen Steckler, z'l

  • Jay Steinmetz

  • Tom Sudow

  • Warren & Adele Sufrin

  • Kenneth A. Turkewitz

  • Sandy Victor

  • Bob & Linda Watts

  • Irving Weintraub, z"l

  • In Honor of Eric Weis

  • Western Region FJMC

  • Stan Greenspan

  • Florida Region FJMC

At each new level you reach, you will receive special recognition. All donations are tax deductible to the full extent of the law, as the FJMC Foundation for Jewish Life, is a 501 (c) (3) not for profit corporation. Special named fund opportunities also exist.

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