I Cried Today


Dear Jonah,

I cried today. Five times, actually. It had nothing to do with you.

And everything to do with you.

Charlie and I left the house about 6:30 am. We’d barely stepped off the driveway before we saw the little creature. I think we both thought he was dead which, of course, brought Charlie in for a closer look. But the moment he sniffed it, the chipmunk’s head popped up. It was alive.

Neither of us could have been more surprised.

But then he lowered his head back down as if to tell us he preferred to sleep. We were in the middle of the street, ‘though, and that was no place to go back to bed. The little guy must have been hurt.

I cried.

This first cry, I think, was out of sympathy and also despair. What do I know about wildlife? I was in no way equipped to rescue a wild animal, even one as small as a chipmunk. But I could tell he was in distress and it distressed me to just leave him there.

For a while, Charlie and I walked around, but we never ventured so far as to let the chipmunk out of our sight. Eventually, we came back to him and I fretted over what to do next.

Ellen soon joined our completely untrained and inexperienced team, and we very gingerly wrapped a towel around the little guy and gently placed him in a milk crate. We moved him off the street and onto our front porch, breathing a little easier because he was out of harm’s way but still having no idea what to do for him.

I got onto the computer and began searching for how to rescue a chipmunk. Local vets aren’t equipped to do this kind of work, so I was pleased to discover a network of volunteer “wildlife rehabilitators” who will care for a rescued animal and release it back into the wild. It was still early though, and a long hour before someone got back to me. Unfortunately she’d moved out of state and couldn’t take the animal. But she also reassured us that she would coach us through.

I cried again. Her name was Camille, and I was deeply touched by someone’s willingness to step up (even across the country) and offer skilled assistance to a couple of pretty helpless know-nothings. Camille represented the possibility that we might be able to save this guy and I was awe-struck to find myself in the middle of what was now feeling like a very holy moment.

Throughout the morning, Camille and I exchanged texts about how to keep the chipmunk comfortable, what to feed it, and who else nearby might help. Then an amazing thing happened. She mentioned there was an emergency veterinary clinic that accepts wildlife rescues. And when she gave me the address, my jaw dropped. It was no more than ten minutes away!

Yep, more tears. My third cry before lunch. The universe was aligning in a very wonderful way. I phoned the clinic and they invited me to bring the chipmunk right over.

When we arrived, there was an additional layer of meaning and emotion that surfaced. The veterinary clinic had recently moved into a larger space, one that had been our local Blockbuster video rental store when the kids were little. Standing in the waiting area as the chipmunk was examined, I thought to myself, “How many times, Jonah, had you and I rented videos and videogames here? How many times had I chased you and your brother up and down these aisles?”

There was a powerful commingling of memory, of life, and of loss. I felt privileged to be standing in the middle of all of it.

I cried again. Because I still miss you. And because something metaphysical was taking place as I pondered the profound intersection of your life with this little animal’s.

Contrary to what you’re thinking, I’m not a crier. Before you died, I was far more likely to nod my head in recognition of a moving moment, but tears had always been few and far between for me.

On the day that you died, however, my thoughts and feelings about life and death changed forever. I think I treasure life more than ever because you’ve taught me that you never know when it’ll be over. So much of what I experience now, in the years since you’ve been gone, is colored by the continuing shades of grief that still wash over me. Whether I witness a life saved or a life lost, my emotional response is a powerful one which, I think, is why I cried five times today for that little chipmunk.

The vet’s examination complete, someone came out to tell me that the chipmunk had likely experienced a major trauma to the head and the neurological damage was too severe. It wasn’t going to survive. They would make it comfortable and then help it to quietly cross over. I thanked them for doing what they could and I headed home.

As I left the Blockbuster-now-veterinary-emergency-clinic, I cried one more time. I was pretty certain I had done what I could. But I felt so sorry that the little guy had died. I hadn’t left him to die in the road, but I was still busted up. I’d really wanted him to live — for him AND for me.

Because these days, death and I don’t get along so well.

I’m sixty-five, JoJo. Death is something that has become more and more real because I’m closer to it than ever. Not that I plan on leaving for a good long while, but I do think about it. I think about you. About your life that had been far too brief. About your death that had come far too soon. And about the reverberations from that night in 2009 that even now, thirteen years later, shake me to the core.

Saving a chipmunk would have been a good thing.

Trying to save a chipmunk is a reasonably close second though. I wasn’t able to even try to save you.

I feel good for having made the effort with this small creature, for not ignoring the little guy huddled in the street, for choosing life when I could just as easily have sat down to breakfast (okay, there’s no f***ing way I could have just sat down to breakfast).

It’s not that I would have done nothing before 2009. But the things you make me feel these days, the admittedly exaggerated responses to the world around me, these are what made it fairly impossible to ignore that tiny injured creature in front of my home.

Author Suzy Kassem writes, “Learn from animals for they are there to teach you the way of life … constantly teaching us things about ourselves and the way of the universe.”

Today, a chipmunk opened my eyes and my heart. I will only add, JoJo, that you do that too. I continue to learn from you and suspect I will keep on learning from you until I’ve cried for the very last time. I miss you but am grateful to still be your student.

I’m exhausted.

Love you forever,

P.S. Injured wildlife find its way to you? Reach out to or There are volunteers everywhere who want to help.

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Performing THIS SUNDAY @ Our 10th Anniversary Event!

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The show starts this Sunday (June 26) at 7:00 pm (7:30 if you’ve signed up to attend online). And here’s the fantastic lineup we’ve got for you:

The Levins — Ira and Julia Levin are true national treasures, both in the folk music world and in human civilization. Their music is lovely, loving, and thoughtful. And so are they!

Kenny Green spends most of his time singing with kids all over Westchester. In his spare time, he studies an exotic instrument called the Chapman Stick. To hear him play is a wonder indeed. Kenny is another of the world’s nicest people and we’re honored to have him with us.

Michael Skloff is a composer, pianist and songwriter from Los Angeles who’s coming to New York just to be with us for the 10th Anniversary Event. You might recognize his name from the TV show, “Friends.” Michael wrote the theme song. As a friend and as a super-talented musician, we’re so glad he’ll be with us.

Five Jewish professional singers will be singing together at our gathering. They include Cantor Danielle Rodnizki, Cantor Jenna Mark, Merri Lovinger Arian, Cantor Benjie Ellen Schiller and, of course, Cantor Ellen Dreskin! This will be a musical moment to behold indeed!

And lastly, the young Cabaret performers from Play Group Theatre itself (where our event is taking place) will be presenting. This is always a highlight of the PGT season and we’re delighted to share these kids with you on Sunday.

Add a couple of consummate storytellers into the mix — Rabbis Les Bronstein and Jeffrey Sirkman — and our anniversary evening together is shaping up to be a wonderful time for everybody.

We’d love to see you there in person or to have watch online. Either way, please sign up at

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Jonah’s Trading Post … Our Featured Artist: NOAH BUDIN

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Noah Budin’s been making great folk music for a whole lot of years. And those of us who love his music wait a long, long time for him to release a new album. Well thankfully, one’s coming out soon.

But before that happens, Noah has given exclusive distribution to JMF for a brief while of one track, “Only Love.” For a donation of any amount, you can hear it before the album comes out. How cool is that!

Noah was so inspired by the work we’ve been doing that he came to us and asked if he could help out. We’re really grateful to him just for sharing his music with the world. Sharing it through the Foundation is about as great as it gets!

Please download your copy of “Only Love” today. Just visit Jonah’s Trading Post.

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“We’re 10 Years Old!” (our June campaign marches on)

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If you’ve not yet donated to our anniversary campaign, we’d be honored to have you do so here. Ten years of remembering Jonah by helping others — that’s a moment worth marking by helping us make our second decade a success as well. Thank you!

Geri Pell has been a Dreskin friend for nearly 30 years. Her son grew up with Jonah. And she has looked out for all of us from then right up to today. Geri writes:

I remember a lot of things about Jonah Maccabee Dreskin. I remember what good friends he was with my son Ben, the things they did together, the sleepovers, and the play dates when Aiden came along. But I think what I remember most was his love of music. One day, when Jonah was about 11, we were in the car together and he looked at me and said, “You know, Geri, I have a really good voice. Do you want me to sing you a song?” And so he did, and he was indeed very, very good. This leads to so many memories of Jonah performing in shows and going to see him both in community shows and at Play Group Theatre.

When Jonah was around 17 years old, many of us went to the URJ Biennial that year in San Diego. One evening there was a late night show at about 11 pm, and Josh Nelson was performing. I had never heard the amazing Josh Nelson before, but I was completely blown away by his evocative music and how it made me feel.

But more than how it made me feel, there was a group of kids at the very front near the stage, jumping up and down and hugging and loving the Jewish music. I watched as it surged to Jonah‘s blood. I marveled at how much he enjoyed his friends from camp and the Jewish music they had all came to love. I thought of what a wonderful legacy it was that Billy and Ellen had brought to him, along with the URJ and Eisner Camp.

Full circle, this is what the Jonah Maccabee Foundation means to me. It’s about carrying on Jonah’s legacy and how much Jewish camping and Jewish music meant to him. It was a way to light up Jonah‘s heart and face. I loved watching that glow. And I love watching it in every new person we bring to Jewish music and every person who’s heard it before and gets to hear it again and again.

Through its Arts Fund and Jewish Life Fund, the Jonah Maccabee Foundation has been so important to me these past ten years. I love that we have helped so many access the big ball of Judaism. There is a big spirituality in that, and it’s beautiful. I love watching the faces of people who have never heard the music before or participated in Jewish Life and are suddenly touched and infused with a new point of light in their Jewish souls.

And for this and more, his memory is a righteous one.

Jerry Wishner, along with his wife Barbara and three daughters, were part of the Dreskin’s synagogue going on twenty years. Jerry writes:

I didn’t know Jonah very well. This wasn’t unusual as I was much older, and our paths didn’t cross very often.

My three daughters did know Jonah. This seems unusual since he was between five and eight years older than them and you wouldn’t think their paths would have crossed much either. Despite the age difference, however, they remember him well from their days at Woodlands, particularly religious school. As one of my daughters explained, “Jonah was a force with limitless energy and enthusiasm. He lifted the entire room”

Still, while it may not be unusual that I didn’t know Jonah, it is my loss.

Making the world a better place isn’t always easy. If you are looking for ways to do it, hitch your cart to Rabbi Billy and the Dreskin family. Their commitment to healing the world was evident the very first time we met. Social justice, Jewish life, art and music, they have it covered. I can’t think of a better guide on this journey.

It has been a privilege to be able to support the Jonah Maccabee Foundation over the years, making the world a better place in ways that are an extension of who Jonah was and keeping his spirit alive. Supporting the foundation gives me a second chance to be in the room he lifted and helps me get to know Jonah a little bit better.

We’re so grateful for wonderfully kind donors like Geri and Jerry (homonyms!). We hope you’ll be inspired by them to donate to our June campaign.

Thank you for caring.

Very sincerely,
Ellen, Billy, Aiden, Katie and Mark
The Jonah Maccabee Foundation

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With Your Help, Here’s What We’ve Accomplished So Far In 2022

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Dear friends,

We thought you might like to know how we’ve been spending the money you donated to The Jonah Maccabee Foundation.

Here’s the rundown of the grants we’ve made so far during 2022:

  • IsraAid … supports Ukrainian refugees in Moldova and supplies humanitarian aid to southern Ukraine
  • Thompson Island Outward Bound Education Center … provides free outdoor educational programming to low-resourced communities in the Boston Public Schools
  • The Penguin Project … provides theatrical outlets across the country for young artists with developmental disabilities, joined onstage by children without disabilities who work side-by-side through rehearsals and performances
  • United Negro College Fund …awards more than 10,000 students scholarships annually, and provides financial support to 37 historically black colleges and universities
  • “Songleading: A Work of Art” … the Foundation has underwritten this important book that promotes the training of a new generation of capable, effective leaders of communal singing.
  • The PICO Union Project … distributes free, fresh produce, mentors high school students, plants gardens and trees, and provides art programs to lift the minds and spirits of the immigrant communities living in the El Pueblo district in Los Angeles
  • The Florence Immigrant & Refugee Rights Project … provides free legal services to men, women, and unaccompanied children in Arizona who face immigration removal proceedings, endeavoring to ensure each immigrant has access to counsel, understands their rights under the law, and is treated fairly and humanely
  • Harmony Project … provides no-cost, high-quality music instruction and social support to underserved children in low-income communities, motivating them to cultivate their human potential
  • The Reform Movement’s Racial Justice Campaign … combats voter suppression, addressing systemic racism by demanding policy change on both a state and federal level
  • Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights … advocates for the rights and best interests of immigrant children, from custody and release to the ultimate decision about whether the child will be allowed to remain in the U.S.
  • Play Group Theatre … “preparing kids for every stage in life,” PGT understands that the show isn’t what’s most important when kids do theatre. Learning collaboration, sharpening listening skills, embracing creativity, and treating one another with honor … these are what PGT is all about. We love that!
  • National Diaper Network … provides basic necessities required to build the strong foundations all children, families, and individuals need to thrive and reach their full potential
  • 6 Points Creative Arts Academy … a summer camp that strives to create holistic, meaningful experiences for young artists in a living laboratory for learning and performing
  • The Tali Fund … in memory of Talia Faith Agler, supports Tali’s ongoing work and dreams, helping fund the Talia Agler Girls Shelter in Nairobi, Kenya
  • 52nd Street Project … creates and produces new plays for, and often by, kids ages 9-18 who reside in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood of New York City
  • Lifting Up Westchester Summer Camp … gives children who are experiencing homelessness in Westchester County, New York, a safe space filled with fun and games, plus literacy activities that help them retain the past year’s school lessons, preparing for success when the new school year begins.

We hope you feel as good about these grants as we do. Thank you so much for supporting us. We’re grateful to have you with us as we carry forward Jonah’s legacy — his zest for living and his passion for goodness — and, together, work to improve the lives of young people everywhere.

Wishing you every goodness,
Ellen, Billy, Katie, Mark and Aiden
The Jonah Maccabee Foundation

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Our 10th Year Anniversary Event is Now Just 2 Weeks Away!

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Well, folks, our 10th Year Anniversary Event is only two weeks away. We’re so excited to be hosting this event.

Will there be music, you ask? Oh yeah. The Levins will be there. Kenny Green will be there. Michael Skloff will be there. And a quintet of cantors too!

Will there be storytelling, you ask? Yes yes yes. Rabbi Les Bronstein and Rabbi Jeffrey Sirkman. Two of the very best.

Will there be anything to eat? Only if you want something delicious and heartwarming.

So please join us — online or on-site in White Plains, NY.

The event is FREE but reservations are necessary.

There will be NO donation requests during the event. We really want this night to be a big thank you to YOU for making everything we do possible.

It all happens at Play Group Theatre (1 North Broadway, White Plains, NY). We’ll gather at 7:00 pm for hors d’oeuvres, followed by an hour of entertainment and tributes, and conclude with a dessert reception. It’s a school night (that’s “work night” for all you adult types) so the formal part will end by 9 pm. Feel free to hang with us a while, if you like.

Please visit, and let us know you’ll be with us online or on-site for our June 26 event.

If you have any questions, give us a holler. We sincerely hope to see you there!

And don’t forget, our “We’re 10 Years Old!” campaign runs throughout the month of June.

Please stop by and, as they say, give til it feels good.

And please know how much we appreciate each and every gift.

Thank you.

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Grand Opening of Jonah’s Trading Post!

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We are so excited to announce the GRAND OPENING of Jonah’s Trading Post!

Our shelves are fully stocked with mp3 recordings, guitar lead sheets, piano-vocal scores, choral arrangements, and even some full band arrangements!

There’s music by Billy Dreskin, Beged Kefet, So Is Life, and Craig Taubman.

And THERE ARE NO PRICES ON ANYTHING! Any music you decide to bring home is yours for the taking. Our hope is that you’ll make a donation to the Foundation on your way out the door.

To whet your appetite, here’s a piece called OR ZARUA that Billy wrote. He only recently finished recording it with Ellen and with The Levins. Ira and Julia Levin are two of this country’s precious folk-singing gems and we were honored to make music with them. “Or Zarua” is a text from Psalms that basically proclaims it a wonderful idea to do good things for others. Give it a watch and a listen …

Okay, so let’s assume you really like OR ZARUA. Now you can go to Jonah’s Trading Post and see what we have for you there. First, you’ll see icons for all of Billy’s music. Scroll down and click on OR ZARUA. Then just beneath the title, click on the dropdown for Download Format and you’ll see all of your choices: for this item, MP3 Audio and Vocal-Cello-Guitar Score (pdf). Choose one, tell us how much you’d like to donate, then Add to Cart. Keep shopping or move on to checkout. That’s it!

Every piece of music in Jonah’s Trading Post has a player that lets you listen. You can do that all you like, everyday if you like, without ordering any music. We’re just happy to have you come listen.

And that’s Jonah’s Trading Post, where your donations to the Foundation become our gifts to you. How fun is that!

If you have any questions, give us a holler.

And don’t forget, our “We’re 10 Years Old!” campaign runs throughout the month of June.

Please stop by and, as they say, give til it feels good.

And please know how much we appreciate each and every gift.

Thank you.

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Our June Campaign is up and running: WE’RE 10 YEARS OLD!

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Our June campaign is out the starting gate. And we hope you’ll want to participate.

For a decade now, your faith in our family’s desire not just to remember Jonah but to honor his memory by bringing as much good into the world as we can, well you’ve made that happen.

And you can make that happen again.

Here’s what longtime donor Sally Winter recently wrote us:

I never was lucky enough to know Jonah. You might ask then why have I continued to support this foundation? I didn’t know Jonah but I have had the opportunity to learn with Jonah’s mom at URJ kallot. I have had the chance to watch Jonah’s dad lead services and listen to him teach. I think one of the most difficult experiences in life must be losing a child. Billy and Ellen have turned their tragedy into a beautiful remembrance. The Jonah Maccabee Foundation continues to honor Jonah and do so much good in areas that were important in his life. To me, action is important. As Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel said: “For many of us the march from Selma to Montgomery was about protest and prayer. [For me,] our march was worship. I felt my legs were praying.'” I feel that by continuing to support this foundation, I am praying with my feet. It is an honor and a privilege to be able to do so.

It is we who are honored and privileged to have each of you marching with us. Your donation to our “We’re 10 Years Old!” campaign will be used in the coming year to help in so many different ways. [If you’d like to know how we spent this past year’s donations, please visit]

Thank you for caring and for supporting our “We’re 10 Years Old!” campaign.

And don’t forget …










10th Anniversary Event                                                  Jonah’s Trading Post                                   

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Our 10th Year Anniversary Event is Only 3 Weeks Away!

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This is the month! Our 10th Year Anniversary Event is only a few weeks away. And we’re really hoping you’ll join us — online or on-site in White Plains, NY.

The event is FREE but reservations are necessary (so we’ve got enough chairs and food and that sort of stuff).

And in case you’re wondering, we’re not going to ask you to donate any money while you’re there. We really want this night to be a big thank you to YOU for making everything we do possible.

So please join us on June 26.

The celebration will take place at Play Group Theatre (1 North Broadway, White Plains, NY) which is where Jonah pretty much grew up, discovering show biz, his love for being a ham, and where he learned how to care for his fellow actors both onstage and off. We were delighted and humbled when Jill and Steven Abusch, proprietors of said theatre, opened their doors to us.

We’ll gather at 7:00 pm for hugs and hors d’oeuvres, enjoy an hour of entertainment and tributes on PGT’s mainstage, followed by a dessert reception. Part of the evening will take place in our very favorite space at PGT, the Jonah Mac Theatre (yep, named for that Jonah Mac).

So won’t you come be with us? After all, you’re the ones who made all this happen. And you deserve some great music, stories, and delicious hors d’oeuvres!

Okay, there is one $$$ ask. With the war in Ukraine dragging on, we want to do what we can to help them out. When you register, you’ll be invited to kick in a few bucks to help with Ukrainian relief. Those folks have been putting everything on the line, and we want to let them know we’ve got their backs. Thank you in advance for that.

‘Nuf said. Time for you to visit, and let us know you’ll be with us online or on-site for our June 26 event.

If you have any questions, give us a holler. We sincerely hope to see you there!

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Thanks to all who have contributed to our “We’re 10 Years Old!” Campaign

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We are so grateful that you take the time and dollars to support our work. It’s incredibly gratifying and this list of donors to our “We’re 10 Years Old!” Campaign is a small but earnest expression of our thanks. May our shared efforts bring ever-increasing goodness into a world that so desperately needs it.

The Dreskins and Boonshofts


Martha Dubinsky Witkowski

Roberta Roos

Hebrew Union College American Jewish Archives

Robbie Harris … in honor of the wonderful work you do

Karen Steele

Cantor Danielle Rodnizki … in honor of JMF’s 10 years!

Steve and Donna Sorrow

Vivian and David Singer

Rabbi Zachary A. Plesent and Cantor Jenna L. Mark

Rabbi Aaron M. and Janese Petuchowski

Jan and Lanie Katzew

Dr. Helen Meltzer-Krim … in honor of Ronna Weber

Bernard H Mehlman … in honor of Rabbi Gustav Buchdahl, the birthday of a great friend

Roberta Grossman

Rebecca Schwartz

Merri Rosenberg

Naomi and Richard Binenfeld … in honor of Daniel Loventhal’s 46th birthday

Norah Markey … in honor of Ellen and Billy Dreskin

Jeanne Weiland

Louis Shach, uncle of David Brokaw

Rene Katersky … in honor of the Dreskin family because I have so much respect and admiration for all you do, not only in this good work in Jonah’s memory, but for your continuous warmth of welcome and teaching

Kathy Tuchman Glass

Jesse Turner … in memory of David Brokaw, gone too soon

Marc Rosenstein

Beth Sher … in memory of Bobbie Kraus, who helped hundreds of children find their voice

Michael and Carol

Stephen Wise

Marta Kauffman … in honor of Ellen and Billy Dreskin

Rabbi Amy and Gary Perlin

Rabbi Jeffrey Sirkman … in honor of ten years of bringing light

Rabbi Norman and Terry Cohen … in honor of Ellen and Billy Dreskin

Rabbi Maya Glasser … in honor of Rabbi Billy’s trip to Florida

Stan Schickler … in honor of everyone’s retirements!

Ira Lichtiger

Craig Taubman

Michael Skloff

Rochelle Novins … in memory of Jay and Kevin Novins

Lois and Bernie Bacharach

Cantor Tracey Scher … in honor of Larchmont Temple and in memory of Jonah Dreskin

Beth, Todd, and Josh Benjamin … in memory of Martin Klapman

Jennifer Jaech

The Carrolls

Michael Swit … in memory of Bruce H. Greene

Dan and Joy Firshein

Judy Fuhrer … in memory of Jonah

Rabbi David Gelfand

Noah Budin

Carolyn and Eldon Wexler

Glynis Conyer

David Crane and Jeffrey Klarik

Rabbi Lisa and Josh Nelson

Joan, Tim and Abbey Funk … in memory of David Funk’s yahrzeit

Geri Pell

Rabbi Joan and Andy Farber

Cantor Jan Mahler

Marc J Margolius

Regina Silitch … in memory of Aidan Silitch

Todd Kipnis

Cantor Lisa Levine

Rosalie Will and David Billotti

Julie and Scott Stein

Batyah Ben-David

Congregation Emanu-El in the City of New York

Madelyn Katz

Charles and Nancy Fishman

Rabbi Michael Pincus

Daria and David Moore … in memory of Jonah Mac. In our hearts forever. Thank you for your incredible dedication and love.

Pietra, Alan and Ben Cohen … in honor of Sylvia and Arthur

Matt Grob

Martine and Bruce Klein

Justine Berkowicz

Murray and Jeanne Bodin

Robin and David Suarez

Harvey Feldman … in memory of Nathan and Marian Feldman

Faith Joy Dantowitz … in memory of Jonah Maccabee Dreskin

Ruth Rugoff, Joe and Annie Potischman … in memory of Jonah Dreskin

Bruce Ginsberg and Rebecca Dulit … in memory of Albert and Edith Ginsberg and Everett Dulit

Mark S. Anshan and Brenda Spiegler … in honor of Ellen and Billy

Dr Daniel Lucas

Judy Mann

Myron Katz … in memory of Rina

Rabbi Peter Rubinstein … in honor of Billy and Ellen Dreskin

Molly Rodriguez … in honor of the Foundation’s 10th anniversary

Shari and Jonathan Turell

Jeanne and Murray Bodin

Rabbi Rebecca Dubowe

Cam and Julia Shriver

Allison Pincus and Matt Scult

Tom and Susan Schaeffer

Corey Friedlander


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