Let us work with you to make your gift to SINAI Schools more meaningful and personal.
Over the years, SINAI Schools has been blessed to receive significant contributions that have encouraged new donations, initiated specific programming, and changed the way that our classrooms work.
We gratefully acknowledge past gifts that have been designated toward:
- Establishing scholarship funds, such as:
- The Nathaniel Richman Cohen A”H Scholarship Fund, with gratitude to Ruvan and Shelley Cohen
- The Holy Name Medical Center Scholarship Fund, with gratitude to Holy Name Medical Center
- The Rothenberg Law Firm Scholarship Fund, with gratitude to The Rothenberg Law Firm
- The Elaine Balsam Scholarship Fund, with gratitude to Arnold Balsam
- The Rebecca & A. Harry Skydell Scholarship Fund, with gratitude to Norman and Marilyn Cohen Skydell
- Naming individual schools and programs, such as:
- The Riva Blatt Weinstein Judaic Studies Program at SINAI at RYNJ, with gratitude to Jacob and Michele Blatt
- The Rabbi Mark & Linda Karasick Shalem High Schools at TABC and Ma'ayanot, with gratitude to Rabbi Mark & Linda Karasick
- The Nathan Miller SHELI Residence, with gratitude to Esther Miller and family
- The William Solomon Judaic Studies Program at SINAI’s Maor High School at RKYHS, with gratitude to the executors of the Solomon estate
- Establishing SINAI’s Paley-Mironov Art Therapy Program, with gratitude to Steven and Laura Paley
- Establishing SINAI's Bayrish Schreiber Music Therapy Program, with gratitude to AJ and Leah Schreiber
- Installing fully equipped Occupational Therapy and Computer rooms at SINAI at JKHA, with gratitude to Daniel and Thalia Federbush
- Providing iPads loaded with special educational programs to all of our classrooms, with gratitude to Daniel and Thalia Federbush
How would YOU like to see your contribution at work?
Please talk to us about the ways you most want to make a difference, and how we can help you accomplish that goal.
Your thoughtfulness, as well as your contribution, can help change the lives of our children.