Jewish Life at Duke needs your help to fund the religious, educational, and social programs and services that unite and enliven our Jewish community – and to educate others on campus about Jewish life and traditions.
Meet this year's needs
While we receive support from Duke University, Jewish life at Duke must raise substantial funds to cover annual operating costs and to continue our full range of offerings on an annual basis. Duke parents and alumni are our most significant source of support. We welcome contributions in any amount.
We’re also work to establish endowments that will ensure the vitality of the Jewish community at Duke forever. Unrestricted endowments begin at $50,000, and endowments of $100,000 or more may be designated to support specific interest, projects, and critical areas of interest to you.
Top priorities include a Rabbinic Endowment to provide permanent funding for our campus rabbi; an Experiential Education Fund to help students learn firsthand about the Jewish Diaspora, the Holocaust and Jewish values; and a Passover Endowment to enable seders both at the Freeman Center and across campus.
Discuss your interests with Molly Goldwasser, Development Officer, by calling 919-684-1949 or e-mail her at email@example.com.
Once you have been part of Duke’s Jewish community as a student, you remain part of our family for life. We welcome our alumni back to campus any time, but especially for Homecoming and Reunion Weekend, when we host receptions and invite alums to join us for Shabbat at our beautiful Freeman Center.
Plan to join us for Homecoming or Reunion Weekend.
Our alumni also offer financial gifts that enable many of the programs we offer – just as previous alumni once supported the offerings they enjoyed as students.