Part of my preparation for High Holy Days is making the contributions to each of the charities connected with my artwork. I make these contributions twice per year. Thanks to your purchases, I was able to give almost $250 to 7 different charities. You can visit the Community Section of my website to learn more about many of the projects I have created to benefit non-profits.
See below for some of the pieces that you can buy that will result in a 10% donation to that charity. Visit the Art for Charity Section of my website to see a more comprehensive list.
Hand in Hand K-12 are centers for Arab-Jewish education in Israel. Deeply inspired by their mission to create a shared society in Israel, I wanted to create a mezuzah case that would reflect their interfaith advocacy and be of benefit to their schools. Read on….
10% of sales of this piece will benefit Hand in Hand K -12.
The Women’s Torah Project is the first sefer Torah scribed by women from around the world. Kadima in Seattle, a reconstructionist congregation made this dream a reality. I had the honor of creating the crown for this Torah. We also sewed the panels together (siyyum) as a community– another first.
Shalom Bayit (Peace in the Home) is a bay area non-profit organization that works to end domestic violence in Jewish homes. This commemorative mezuzah was created to celebrate their 20th Anniversary.
Thanks again everybody who supported these causes through my artwork! I can’t do it without you! L’Shana Tova!