Jewish education is the single most important factor for Jewish survival. Former Chief Rabbi Jonathan Sacks said, “Moses spoke not about freedom, but about education. He fixed his vision not on the immediate, but on the distant future and not on adults, but children. That is why Jews became a people whose passion is education, whose heroes are teachers, and whose citadels are schools…Freedom is won not on the battlefield, but in the classroom and home.”
Your support of the Hebrew Academy of Tidewater Konikoff Center of Learning and the Strelitz Early Childhood Center makes a difference by ensuring financial sustainability and providing broader access to those in need. Whether $18 or $18,000, your gift is an investment in the Jewish future.
There are many ways to give including the annual donor fund, special events, tribute cards, matching gifts, and gifts of stock, to planned giving through endowments and bequests. Please call the Development Office with any questions or to discuss your philanthropic goals. All inquiries are completely confidential.
Thank you for your meaningful support,
Director of Development