Jewish LearningWorks offers several giving opportunities for your convenience. We thank you for your generous support.

Cash, Check, and Credit Card Donations

Checks should be made payable and mailed to:

Jewish LearningWorks
44 Page Street
San Francisco, CA 94102

To make a donation using a credit card, please use our secure online donation form.

Double Your Gift with a Matching One!

Does your company match employee gifts made to non-profit organizations? We encourage you to leverage your giving to Jewish LearningWorks through your company’s generosity. It’s simple!  Please let us know if your employer should be added to our list of generous philanthropic supporters. Questions? Please email  Magna Elmendorf, melmendorf@jewishlearningworks.org.

Tributes

If you would like to recognize a life cycle event, give a gift in honor of an individual or in memory of a loved one, please be sure to select this option on our donation page.

A personalized acknowledgement of your contribution will be sent to the individual(s) you wish to inform of your donation. The card will not include the donation amount, but will include your mailing address for acknowledgment of the gift.

Legacy and Planned Giving

Invest in the future of Jewish LearningWorks by leaving a legacy gift. Naming Jewish LearningWorks as a beneficiary in your retirement or estate plans is a wonderful way to sustain our impact. Please download this form (PDF) to get started.

Stock Transfers

A charitable contribution of long-term appreciated securities – i.e. stocks, bonds and/or mutual funds that have realized significant appreciation over time – is one of the most tax-efficient ways to give. To transfer stock to Jewish LearningWorks, please complete our Stock Transfer Form (PDF).

Send the original copy to your broker. Please fax or email a copy to: Magna Elmendorf, Fax number: 415-668-1816 or by email: melmendorf@jewishlearningworks.org 

 

The Mechanics of Stock Donations

Donating stock instead of cash, benefits both parties. If the stock has increased in value from the time of purchase, the owner can avoid paying the capital gains tax by donating the security to another party. When the security is being donated to a charitable organization, the total amount will still be eligible for a tax deduction.

Your Charitable Tax Deduction: For tax purposes, your deduction will equal the average of the high and low on the date of the gift. The gift date is the day the securities were transferred to Jewish LearningWorks.

Amount Credited to your Gift/Pledge: Jewish LearningWorks credits your donor account with the amount we receive from the sale of the stock, net any fees.

Jewish LearningWorks is a tax exempt organization as described in Section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code; EIN 94-1167406.