Ely Zofan

Ely Zofan The words Tzedakah and Tzadik (Gracious Person) share a common root: two special people inspired our family’s endowment contributions. My grandfather, Ely Petzinovitch, known as Reb Ely, of …

Joan P. & Jack L. Wallick

Joan P. & Jack L. Wallick With a commitment to the future of Judaism, Jack and I always bought the same gifts for each of our grandchildren when they were …

Alan Wasserstrom

Alan Wasserstrom Both my Wasserstrom and Krakoff grandparents came to this community in the 1890’s and they began what was to be a continuous pattern in my family of Jewish …

Roselee & Herbert Weyl

Roselee & Herbert Weyl Having been influenced by many other Jewish individuals who have endowed favorite Jewish causes, we desire to perpetuate the Jewish heritage and culture in this community …

Yetta & Alvin Worly

Yetta & Alvin Worly Our fondest memories of our youths were the holidays, especially the spirituality of the Passover Seder. Our children tell us we achieved our goal of recreating …

Eleanor G. Yenkin

Eleanor G. Yenkin I feel fortunate that I am in a position to give, because giving has always been so much a part of the life I was taught by …

Gordon & Carol Sue Zacks

Gordon & Carol Sue Zacks It gives us great pleasure to know that we have established a fund that will live after us, that we have created a legacy based …

Helen Zelkowitz

Helen Zelkowitz Giving is a privilege for the living. Our family was raised on “pushkes” and a steady stream of “mishalochim” from Israel. They came to us regularly, however, mother, …