Whether you make an immediate difference by giving to the Heschel Fund or help secure our school's future through planned giving, your support provides the foundation for Heschel to instill students with a love of learning, Jewish values, and a sense of responsibility to Tikkun Olam (repairing the world).
Make your gift to Heschel through our online Make A Gift form using American Express, Visa, or MasterCard.
Gifts by Mail
Make a gift by mail using our Printable Gift Form. Please make your check payable to Heschel and designate the fund name in the memo field. Mail your gift to:
17701 Devonshire Street
Northridge, CA 91325
Make a Pledge
Make a pledge to support Heschel through our online Make A Gift form to be paid at a future date or in a series of installments.
Memorial and Tribute Gifts
A gift to Heschel is a meaningful way to honor or remember a special person or event. A note will be sent to the individual or family you have recognized; the amount of the gift will not be disclosed. You can also indicate if you would like a plaque in one’s honor or memory in a Heschel library book. Make a memorial or tribute gift through our online Make A Gift form.
Spread out payments of your gift through the end of the fiscal year through monthly or quarterly donations. Make a recurring gift through our online Make A Gift form.
Double or even triple the impact of your gift to Heschel through your employer’s matching gift program. Many employers sponsor matching gift programs and will match contributions made by their employees. To find out if your or your spouse’s company has a matching gift program, please enter the employer's name below.
Gifts of APPRECIATED STOCK AND Cash Wire Transfers
Donating gifts of appreciated stock to Heschel may provide tax benefits of a charitable deduction equal to the stock's fair market value and a capital gains tax exemption.
View delivery instructions for gifts of appreciated stock and cash wire transfers.
Through a planned gift to Heschel, you can thoughtfully invest in the future of the school while meeting your financial and philanthropic goals.