For all gifts, please e-mail us your intention to donate:

To receive a tax receipt for your donation (U.S. and Canada), please make the cheque directly to the US partner, write Kashouvot in the cheque memo line, and include a letter requesting that the contribution be directed to Kashouvot, foundation no. 5805 36498. Kindly note your name, address, and e-mail. It may take several weeks to process the donation. Thank you in advance for your patience.



PEF sends you the tax receipt directly, but it may take some time for them to transfer the funds and alert us, so please be patient if you do not receive acknowledgement right away.

Send a check made out to PEF with Kashouvot in the memo line to:

PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc.

Attention Cristina Noble

630 Third Ave, Suite 1501

New York NY 10017

Tel: 212-599-1260   Fax: 212-599-5981   Email:


For credit card donations, go to and under "Step 1. Select a Congregation/Project," choose Kashouvot.

The credit card company deducts a 2.5% fee from your donation, and therefore checks are preferable.




Please send a check made out to the Ne'eman Foundation Canada with Kashouvot in the memo line to:

The Ne'eman Foundation Canada

Attention Chaim Katz

75 Lisa Crescent, Thornhill, ON

L4J-2N2 Canada

Tel: 647-955-1820   Email:



Send a check in shekels or  foreign currency to:

Kashouvot, Advancing Pastoral Care in Israel

Attention Miriam Berkowitz

15/3 Naomi St

Jerusalem 9355215


We have the paragraph 46 Israeli status so Israelis can receive credit on their income tax.

We are grateful for your support and welcome your feedback.


About our Partners

PEF (Tax ID 13-6104086) was established in 1922 by Justice Brandeis, Rabbi Stephen Wise, Robert Szold and a group of distinguished Americans to enable the direct distribution of funds to selected and approved charitable organizations in Israel. PEF invites gifts, bequests and contributions for specific purposes and institutions. As specifically requested by contributors, PEF grants (now totaling over $1 billion) have touched almost every facet of Israeli life.

Kehillot B’Yahad (EIN # 571199898 is an American 501(c)3 dedicated to supporting Progressive Judaism in Israel. It promotes and supports many Reform and Conservative (Masorti) synagogue communities and affiliated institutions. Its goal is to strengthen vibrant, creative, relevant Jewish voices in Israel by helping them develop the resources to do so.