Support for the Jewish Chaplaincy
Help us continue our work—today and tomorrow
One of the tenets of Judaism is tikun olam—repairing the world. In times of emotional need, helping others find solace and comfort—repairing their worlds just a little—can make all the difference. The Jewish Chaplaincy provides that repair, one patient and family at a time.
However, The Jewish Chaplaincy cannot do its work alone. Please support us and become our partner at the bedside. There are a variety of ways to make your gift.
Make a donation in honor/memory of a loved one
To honor or remember a friend or loved one, please indicate his/her name and the name(s) and address(es) of those who should receive notification of your gift.
Donate stocks or securities
The gift of an appreciated asset is a powerful way to support the future of The Jewish Chaplaincy.
Make a bequest or planned gift
Including The Jewish Chaplaincy in estate planning or special gifts will help ensure the future of our work. Including The Jewish Chaplaincy in estate planning or special gifts will help ensure the future of our work. To learn more about making a gift from your estate to support the Jewish Chaplaincy or to notify us if Stanford is already included in your plans, please contact Carol Kersten, Erin Phillips, or Blake Grossman, our planned giving staff in Medical Center Development, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 650.723.6560.
Make a donation through an IRA distribution
If you are 70-1/2 or older, you may want to consider making a tax-free charitable distribution to The Jewish Chaplaincy from your IRA.
Donate your time
Become a Jewish Chaplaincy volunteer.