Partners Reaching Out to Ulpanat Dolev – PROUD
(U.S. based tax exempt organization-501(c)(3); EIN – 51 – 0611915)

  • For online credit card donations via paypal, click on the donate button below.

  • To pay by check: make checks payable to “Partners Reaching Out to Ulpanat Dolev” and mail to: Partners Reaching Out to Ulpanat Dolev – POB 1356, Riverdale Station, Bronx, NY 10471

  • For further information, please email: proud_dolev@yahoo.com


Jewish Federation of North America – United Israel Appeal (UIA)

Check: With “Ulpanat Dolev” on the memo line should be sent to: Sonia Santos, Special Projects, United Jewish Communities

25 Broadway 17th floor NY, NY 10004

Phone: 212-284-6597

E-mail: Sonia.Santos@ujc.org

Checks may also be sent through any one of the Federation offices.

 

Mizrachi Organization of Canada

Check: With “ Dolev Homes for Youth” on the memo line sent to their office.

c/o Chaya Kreitman 4600 Bathurst St. #316, Toronto, ON M2R 3V2

416-630-9266

Email: ckreitman@mizrachi.ca 

 

Ne’eman Foundation Canada

Check: With “Ulpanat Dolev” on the memo line sent to their office

75 Lisa Crescent, Thornhill, ON L4J 2N2 Canada

(888) 341-8590

 

Beth Oloth

Check: With “Ulpanat Dolev” on the memo line sent to their office

c/o Rabbi Reidel and Chavie, 32 Brookview, Toronto, M6A 2K2,

HomeTel:- 416-7800478

Email: chub613@yahoo.ca

 

ONE ISRAEL FUND (U.S. based)

For online donations via One Israel Fund,  Click the “Donate Now” button on the Education project page for Dolev Homes for Youth at Risk. 

Check: With “Ulpanat Dolev” on the memo line sent to their office

One Israel Fund, 445 Central Avenue, Suite 210, Cedarhurst, NY 11516

with “Dolev Homes for Youth at Risk” written on the memo line.


PEF
(U.S. Based)

Check: With “Ulpanat Dolev” on the memo line sent to their office

630 Third Avenue, Ste. 1501, NY 10017.

The check should be written to: PEF Israel Endowment Funds, Inc. with a recommendation that it be donated to Dolev Homes for Youth in the note section, or in a cover letter.

 

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