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Donations

The Association for Jewish Studies greatly appreciates contributions made in support of its diverse activities.  You may make a donation by credit card, using the AJS's online secure server or by mailing a check to the AJS office:

Association for Jewish Studies
15 W. 16th Street
New York, NY 10011

The Association for Jewish Studies thanks all of those who contributed to the organization in 2015.

Your contributions sustain a rich array of AJS programs, resources, and publications and help keep membership dues and conference fees affordable. Your gifts also support new initiatives, such as surveys of the field and data collection, professional development webinars and programs, travel grant opportunities, and onsite childcare at the 2016 Conference in San Diego.

Major Gifts

The Association for Jewish Studies is pleased to announce the following giving opportunities for 2016. Please contact the AJS's Executive Director, Rona Sheramy, at ajs@ajs.cjh.org or 917.606.8249 for further information and organizational donation guidelines.

Gala Banquet Co-sponsorship, AJS Annual Conference, December 18 – 20, 2016

Co-sponsorship of AJS Gala Banquet, December 18, 2016 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront. Estimated banquet attendance: 400.

Publication Subvention, AJS Perspectives, AJS biannual magazine

Sponsorship of issue of AJS Perspectives (Spring 2016, Fall 2016). Circulation: AJS regular members (more than 1800) and institutional members (67).

Publication Subvention, AJS Review, AJS biannual journal

Sponsorship of AJS Review issue, published by Cambridge University Press. Circulation: AJS regular members (more than 1800), institutional members (67), and libraries (131).

Travel Grants, AJS Annual Conference, December 18 - 20, 2016

Sponsorship of travel grants to support presentations by scholars at AJS 48th Annual Conference, December 18 – 20, 2016 at the Hilton San Diego Bayfront. Travel grants may be subject specific, or open to all accepted presenters. Priority goes to scholars who receive little to no insititional support for conference travel.