Support/Donate

Annual Fund

Gifts to the annual fund provide vital support for the Museum's exhibitions, educational activities, and public programs.Your charitable contribution allows the Museum to present contemporary art and culture to a diverse community, and ensures its future as a lively center connecting art, people, and ideas for generations to come.

Realizing our vision cannot be accomplished through membership gifts and admissions sales alone; We rely on annual gifts from individuals like you to help fund our dynamic programming.

Please consider supporting our annual fund with a 100% tax-deductible gift today. Donate »


Commemorative Gifts

Contributions to the annual fund are also a wonderful way to commemorate a birthday, anniversary, special occasion, or memorial.

We will acknowledge your contribution by sending a note informing the friend or family member you indicate. All gift amounts are confidential unless otherwise requested.
Make a Commemorative Gift »


Contact

For more information about ways to give to the CJM,  contact Stacy Rackusin at 415.655.7829 or  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it , or write to
The Annual Fund, the Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94103.
 

It's a Mitzvah! Help Us Complete Our Torah

The 613th Mitzvah - Write a Torah

Help fulfill the 613th mitzvah and participate in the unprecedented exhibition, As It Is Written: Project 304,805. Now completed, the Torah has embarked on a new life as it is being lent to emerging Jewish communities and communities-in-need throughout the world for years to come.

Participate

613 mitzvoth contributions of $100 or more will be recognized in a special booklet which will accompany the Torah as it travels. Gifts of $500 will be recognized as sponsors of one of the Five Books.

Dedicate your gift to a loved one, in memoriam, in celebration of a Bar/Bat Mitzvah, wedding, or other special event.

Be a part of this special initiative, and help write the Torah today.

 

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