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The end of the year is rapidly approaching, but there is still time for you to make your 2022 charitable contributions on or before December 31.

We are asking that all stock transfers be initiated on or before Tuesday, December 27. If you plan to donate stock to pay your pledge or fund your donor advised fund we want to ensure you get the tax deductions you intended. Please contact Cindy Weik via email at cweik@jewishatlanta.org to provide the details of your transaction.

Credit card donations will be accepted until midnight Saturday, December 31, but please note that there will be no staff available to assist you on Saturday. If you feel like you might need help, please make sure you contact us before Shabbat begins at 5 pm on Friday, December 30.

Our philanthropic advisors and donor services team are on call to answer questions and help execute your year-end donations. Please reach out to donor services at 404.870.1615 or donorservices@jewishatlanta.org for assistance.

Foundation End of Year Giving

The end of the year is approaching and it’s the perfect time to get involved with the The Atlanta Jewish Foundation. They have five easy ways to give including: appreciated assets, donor-advised funds, IRAs, cash gifts, and estate plan reviews.

The Atlanta Jewish Foundation wants you to experience the joy of giving. To make your year-end charitable planning a smooth process, charitable contributions to funds must be received no later than midnight December 31, 2022. You can learn more by clicking on the button below.



It has been years since Atlanta traveled to Israel as one united community. Now it is time for us to return together again on Federation’s 2023 Community Journey to Israel, April 17-23.


Ukraine Global Emergency Relief

We are so proud to report that as of today, donations to the Ukraine Emergency Fund have reached just over $2.6 million. Your dollars have had tremendous impact. Working with our partners Jewish Federations of North America, Jewish Agency for Israel, and the Joint Distribution Committee, North American Jewish communities provided $73 million.

Over 18,000 olim (immigrants) fleeing Ukraine and Russia have arrived in Israel. Their arrival is made possible by donations from the Jewish Federations of North America (JFNA). Over 39,000 refugees have been provided with vital necessities and over 63,000 calls have been received or made on various emergency hotlines. Please continue to support our brothers and sisters in Ukraine.