The American Council For Judaism depends upon your financial support to allow us to continue to publish our well respected ISSUES and SIR and to pursue those endeavors that are of interest and importance to us all.
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Operations Fund: The American Council For Judaism gratefully accepts contributions in support of its publications and ongoing activities.
Endowment Fund: The American Council For Judaism has established an Endowment Fund in which gifts may be retained and invested to sustain longer term Council activities. Principal is maintained and administered through a separate Endowment account and may not be used without a seventy-five (75%) percent vote of approval by members of the Board present for such vote. Income from the Endowment account may be used annually for Council activities if approved by a majority vote of Board members present for such vote. Gifts of $100,000 or more are automatically placed in the Endowment Fund while other significant gifts may be placed in the Endowment Fund at the request of the donor and by a majority vote of Board members present for such vote. Please contact us for more information on Endowment gift opportunities.
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