Choose Hillel in your gift to Cornell
All donations to Hillel count for Cornell Annual Fund giving and status. Designate Hillel among the areas you support at Cornell or donate directly. Hillel donors receive a full credit towards Cornell's Tower Club, 1865 Society, Family Fellows and more.
Cornell Hillel is dependent on the generosity of alumni, parents, and friends. Your gift enables us to build a warm and vibrant Jewish community for students here on campus and to empower students to explore their Jewish identity, learn, and grow. By investing in Jewish life at Cornell, you are also investing in a brighter Jewish future. Thank you for being our partners in this essential work.
Ways to give to Cornell Hillel
Mail a Gift:
Attn: Rabbi Ari Weiss
PO Box #4150
Ithaca, NY 14852
Support a Specific Initiative: Contact Director of Development Susanna Cohen, email@example.com or 607-269-5393
Cornell Hillel’s Tax ID No: 87-3956853 (new) or 16-6068463 (old number, still active for the time being)
Give Stock or Other Securities: Gifts are processed through the university. Please inform Hillel when a stock gift is made.
Planned Gifts: Find out about gift planning through the university.
Leave a Legacy: To make a legacy gift or to inform Cornell Hillel that a designation is already included in an estate plan, contact Susanna Cohen.
Sponsor a Kiddush: Support Cornell Hillel's Orthodox Minyan (Kedma) by sponsoring Kiddush on Shabbat morning for $75. Kiddush sponsorships can be in honor of a simcha or to mark the Yahrzeit of a loved one. Click here to sponsor.
Cornell Hillel is the largest and only pluralistic Jewish organization on campus. Hillel supports Jewish students at Cornell by building relationships and creating diverse, engaging opportunities to connect with their peers and explore their Jewish life. From welcoming Shabbat dinners on campus and experiential Jewish learning to life-changing service trips and immersive Israel experiences, Hillel ensures that students have a vibrant Jewish community on campus and access to meaningful Jewish life in all forms.