Friends of Judaic Studies
- Alice & Paul Baker
- Joan & Donald Diamond
- The Charles & Lynn Schusterman
- Andrea & David Stein
- The Pozez Families
- The Pozez Family Fund
at the Jewish Community Foundation
of Southern Arizona
- The Jewish Federation
of Southern Arizona
- The Foundation for Jewish Culture
- The Marriott University Park Hotel
- The Tucson Jewish Community Center
The Success of the Center is made possible by the strong partnership with our community. The generosity of our donors funds courses, student travel scholarships, community lectures, adult education programs, concerts and symposia just to name a few.
LIba Feuerstein, May her memory be a blessing
We were all saddened to hear of the passing of Liba Feuerstein on October 2, 2013. Liba and her family asked that gifts in her memory
be directed towards the Rabbi Marcus and Mrs. Breger Memorial Lecture fund at the UA Foundation.
On-Line Giving is now possible with MasterCard, Visa or American Express credit cards. You can direct your contribution to any of the accounts listed below.
- General Gift to Judaic Studies, the Torem account - This account is for general gifts to the center. Contributions to this account help us with operating costs such as paying our phone bill, buying office supplies or replacing outdated computer equipment.
- Adult Education Outreach - Contributions to Adult Education Outreach funds such programs as Sekhel veLev, Mind & Heart. It also supports lectures, concerts and exhibits such as the Cuneiform exhibit in 2009.
- William G. Dever Fund for Excellence - The Dever Fund for Excellence is meant to offer faculty opportunities to further their research or attain their academic goals. Thanks to contributions to this account, our faculty are given the opportunity to travel and attend conferences or visit archives that would otherwise not be possible.
- Professor of Modern Jewish Studies - Private funds enabled us to bring visiting scholars such as Shlomo Aronson, Asher Susser and Leonard Hammer from israel to teach courses in Modern Israel, but it has been our goal to have an endowed Professor of Modern Jewish Studies. We are pleased to say we are almost there!