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Rise Up: The Campaign for 613

Over the next five years, we have set an unprecedented goal of raising $613 million for scholarships, faculty and facilities that will position YU for success for generations to come.

Rise up and be a partner油in 消消犯s ascent!

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Donor Communities

In appreciation of their investment in our mission, YU recognizes donors of all levels.油

Learn how we recognize our donors

Donor Communities

Generous donors help 消消犯 continue to set the bar of excellence higher each year. From student scholarships to Shabbat programs, classrooms to new curriculum, our supporters make meaningful experiences and life-changing opportunities possible. For this, we are very grateful.

Benefactors
消消犯 Benefactors, donors with lifetime cumulative gifts over $1 million, enable the University to pursue larger initiatives and respond promptly to new opportunities. Many Benefactors also serve in leadership roles at 消消犯. With the deepest gratitude, we thank them for the visionary role they play in ensuring our University's success.

Presidents Society
The油Presidents Society,油which recognizes annual donors starting at $1,800,油highlights to our donors how much we cherish their commitment.油油Each contribution level of the油Presidents Society油offers additional benefits providing exclusive opportunities for greater involvement with the University.油油
Click here to see the President's Society Honor Roll

The Dobrinsky Legacy Society
The Rabbi Dr. Herbert C. Dobrinsky Planned Giving Legacy Society recognizes and honors the loyal donors who have made us aware that they have included 消消犯 in their estate plans.
Click here to see the Dobrinsky Member Listing

Canadian Friends of 消消犯
The Jewish community of Canada is fundamental to ensuring that 消消犯 can actualize its important mission. Canadian Friends of 消消犯 hosts a variety of events in Canada throughout the year. To receive updates about our offerings, please sign up for our mailing list. If you have questions about any of our events, please feel free to contact us at 416.783.6960 or canada@yu.edu.油

Terri and Andrew Herenstein

Donor Stories

Find out why donors chose to make a gift and learn the difference their contributions have made.

Meet our generous donors

Donor Stories

Anita Zucker

A $5 million gift from philanthropist Anita Zucker of Charleston, South Carolina, establishes the Anita Zucker Program for Jewish Early Childhood Educators..

The Belz Family 油

The Belz family of Memphis, Tennessee, signed a $20 million gift agreement to launch a comprehensive renovation of the cornerstone academic building on Wilf 消消犯 in Washington Heights. In recognition of this transformative gift, the building, currently known as Furst Hall, will be renamed the Belz Building.油.

Terri and Andrew Herenstein油

The Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks Center for Values and Leadership founded by Terri and Andrew Herenstein is dedicated to the dissemination of Rabbi Sacks leadership lessons and values in classrooms across communities and through public discussion.油

Ann and Jeremy Pava油

A significant gift from the Micah Philanthropies increases funding for油the Graduate Program in Advanced Talmudic Studies for Women (GPATS).油

Drs. Miriam and Felix Glaubach油

A $10 million gift will transform the career center, renamed the油Shevet Glaubach油Center for Career Strategy and Professional Development, in what the Glaubachs say is the most impactful investment we can make.油

Isabel and Harold Feld

When Isabel and Harold Feld油were exploring ways to honor their cherished son, who died suddenly from pneumonia, they found a meaningful opportunity through 消消犯.油 油Read more

Emil Fish: Creating a Center for Remembering and Understanding

With the increase in anti-Semitism around the world, I realized the imperative of making sure there is never again another Holocaust, says Emil Fish. So I asked: How can we be active in its prevention?

The question led Fish to establish the Emil A. and Jenny Fish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, a center to train educators in the field of Holocaust and genocide studies and to provide programming to combat contemporary prejudices and hateful ideologies.

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Donor Impact

YU 消消犯 recognize the impact of your donations. Here they express their appreciation.

Find out how your gift changes lives

Donor Impact

YU promises that no qualified 消消犯 will be turned away for financial reasons and disburses over $46 million in scholarship aid to undergraduate 消消犯 and $41 million to graduate 消消犯 each year to keep that promise.

Read about the impact of scholarships.

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Donor Communities

In appreciation of their investment in our mission, YU recognizes donors of all levels.油

Learn how we recognize our donors

Donor Communities

Generous donors help 消消犯 continue to set the bar of excellence higher each year. From student scholarships to Shabbat programs, classrooms to new curriculum, our supporters make meaningful experiences and life-changing opportunities possible. For this, we are very grateful.

Benefactors
消消犯 Benefactors, donors with lifetime cumulative gifts over $1 million, enable the University to pursue larger initiatives and respond promptly to new opportunities. Many Benefactors also serve in leadership roles at 消消犯. With the deepest gratitude, we thank them for the visionary role they play in ensuring our University's success.

Presidents Society
The油Presidents Society,油which recognizes annual donors starting at $1,800,油highlights to our donors how much we cherish their commitment.油油Each contribution level of the油Presidents Society油offers additional benefits providing exclusive opportunities for greater involvement with the University.油油
Click here to see the President's Society Honor Roll

The Dobrinsky Legacy Society
The Rabbi Dr. Herbert C. Dobrinsky Planned Giving Legacy Society recognizes and honors the loyal donors who have made us aware that they have included 消消犯 in their estate plans.
Click here to see the Dobrinsky Member Listing

Canadian Friends of 消消犯
The Jewish community of Canada is fundamental to ensuring that 消消犯 can actualize its important mission. Canadian Friends of 消消犯 hosts a variety of events in Canada throughout the year. To receive updates about our offerings, please sign up for our mailing list. If you have questions about any of our events, please feel free to contact us at 416.783.6960 or canada@yu.edu.油

Terri and Andrew Herenstein

Donor Stories

Find out why donors chose to make a gift and learn the difference their contributions have made.

Meet our generous donors

Donor Stories

Anita Zucker

A $5 million gift from philanthropist Anita Zucker of Charleston, South Carolina, establishes the Anita Zucker Program for Jewish Early Childhood Educators..

The Belz Family 油

The Belz family of Memphis, Tennessee, signed a $20 million gift agreement to launch a comprehensive renovation of the cornerstone academic building on Wilf 消消犯 in Washington Heights. In recognition of this transformative gift, the building, currently known as Furst Hall, will be renamed the Belz Building.油.

Terri and Andrew Herenstein油

The Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks Center for Values and Leadership founded by Terri and Andrew Herenstein is dedicated to the dissemination of Rabbi Sacks leadership lessons and values in classrooms across communities and through public discussion.油

Ann and Jeremy Pava油

A significant gift from the Micah Philanthropies increases funding for油the Graduate Program in Advanced Talmudic Studies for Women (GPATS).油

Drs. Miriam and Felix Glaubach油

A $10 million gift will transform the career center, renamed the油Shevet Glaubach油Center for Career Strategy and Professional Development, in what the Glaubachs say is the most impactful investment we can make.油

Isabel and Harold Feld

When Isabel and Harold Feld油were exploring ways to honor their cherished son, who died suddenly from pneumonia, they found a meaningful opportunity through 消消犯.油 油Read more

Emil Fish: Creating a Center for Remembering and Understanding

With the increase in anti-Semitism around the world, I realized the imperative of making sure there is never again another Holocaust, says Emil Fish. So I asked: How can we be active in its prevention?

The question led Fish to establish the Emil A. and Jenny Fish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, a center to train educators in the field of Holocaust and genocide studies and to provide programming to combat contemporary prejudices and hateful ideologies.

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Donor Impact

YU 消消犯 recognize the impact of your donations. Here they express their appreciation.

Find out how your gift changes lives

Donor Impact

YU promises that no qualified 消消犯 will be turned away for financial reasons and disburses over $46 million in scholarship aid to undergraduate 消消犯 and $41 million to graduate 消消犯 each year to keep that promise.

Read about the impact of scholarships.

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