We welcome and will greatly appreciate your financial support.
Here is how to support EJCC.
The Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre is a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation and our SCIO number is SC048275.
If you are a UK citizen who is employed in the UK your gift may be eligible for gift aid. This means that your gift will be matched by the UK government at the rate of 25%. If applicable, follow instructions on our Charities Aid Foundation Page.
Donors to the Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre will receive regular email updates regarding our progress and be invited to our pre-opening social events and educational activities and major donors shall be recognised in perpetuity within the new Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre building.
If that is not possible, you may also make your donation through a bank transfer.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for bank details.
If you are a US donor you are entitled to receive a full tax benefit by donating through our partner foundation, the British Schools and Universities Foundation.
Note: If your gift is $1000.00 or larger please consider using a check or bank transfer so that the Edinburgh Jewish Cultural Centre shall receive 100% of your gift. If you use the credit card option, the bank will deduct 3% for their transaction fee.
To have a confidential discussion regarding making a major gift of treasure (such as cash, stocks, property, legacy planning or other ideas) or with any queries, please contact email@example.com in the first instance.
GIFTS IN YOUR WILL
A legacy gift from your future estate could help with your inheritance tax planning as well as provide critical funds for the establishment and operations of EJCC. To discuss this opportunity please contact firstname.lastname@example.org in the first instance.
EJCC is most grateful to the following supporters who have made generous contributions.
Jane Ansell, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Peter and Shirley Bennett, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Jenni Calder, South Queensferry, Scotland, UK
Lady Joyce Caplan, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Mickey and Carole Cowen, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Ann Friou, Austin, Texas, USA
Peter Gelb, New York, New York, USA
Jamie Gladstone, Toronto, Canada
Professor Joe Goldblatt and Nancy Lynner, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Kate Goodwin, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Edward and Maryla Green, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Adrian Harris, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Pamela Judson, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Aaron Kaufman, Toronto, Canada
Michael Leven, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
N. Dann Moss, Reno, Nevada, USA
Nick Rago, Paradise Valley, Arizona, USA
Françoise Robertson, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Daniel Shakhani and Salary Finance, London, England, UK
Dr Chris Wang, Shanghai, China
And many more donors who wish to remain anonymous
TRUSTS & FOUNDATIONS
Fanny & Moray Glasser Charitable Trust
Goldberg Family Charitable Trust
Harold Hyam Wingate Foundation
National Lottery Community Fund
Netherlee & Clarkston Charitable Trust
Queen's Park Charitable Trust
Ralph Slater Foundation
There are many volunteer opportunities within EJCC and we welcome anyone who supports our purposes and values. We welcome your support in the areas of programme development, co-ordinating social events, marketing and public relations, finance, volunteer recruitment and development, social media and other online technologies as well as other areas that interest you.
Our first International Jewish Women’s Day event in March 2018, which celebrated women’s past, present and future contribution to Judaism, was made possible by the dedicated efforts of our volunteers.