The Shalom Hartman Institute elevates the quality of Jewish life around the world by developing ideas and cutting-edge educational programs for Jewish leaders and change-agents in North America and Israel.
The growth and success of the Shalom Hartman Institute is a result of your participation in our unique Jewish values-based discourse on critical issues facing the Jewish community in North America and in Israel. There is great need for this work in our communities, and we need your support to continue providing meaningful, insightful programs that influence Jewish life.
Please consider making a gift today to support this critical work.
How to support the Shalom Hartman Institute
For US Donations via PayPal, Credit Card or Debit Card:
For Canadian Donations via PayPal, Credit Card or Debit Card:
By mail please send checks to
Shalom Hartman Institute of North America
475 Riverside Drive Suite 1450
New York, NY 10115
Shalom Hartman Institute
11 Gedalyahu Alon St.
PO Box 8029
Jerusalem 9108001 Israel
Canadian Friends of Shalom Hartman Institute
Attn: Shadia Daccache
8888 Blvd Pie IX
Montreal, QC H1Z4J5
Contact us for wiring instructions.
You can double the impact of your gift if your (or your spouse’s) employer has a matching gift program. To learn more, consult your company or contact us.
Leaving a legacy to the Shalom Hartman Institute through a gift or bequest ensures your lasting impact on the future of the Jewish people worldwide. With a carefully considered gift strategy and estate planning, you may reduce your taxes now or for your heirs and create a lasting philanthropic contribution that supports the Institute’s mission of promoting Jewish identity, vitality, and pluralism. If you would like information on charitable trusts and bequests, please contact our New York office at 212.268.0300.
Shalom Hartman Institute is a registered nonprofit in the State of Israel. Our programs are made possible by the generosity and commitment of people from around the world. Shalom Hartman Institute of North America is designated as a public charity in the United States under section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code. All contributions are fully tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Similarly, contributions to the Canadian Friends of the Shalom Hartman Institute are fully tax deductible in accordance with Canadian law.