Where the Need is Greatest
There are always needs within the community and organization that require attention at a given time.
Your investment in the Children's'Scholarship Fund gives a growing number of kids the head start needed to thrive.
The PJCC provides programs that reach out to the older adult community. We provide outreach programs, like Get Up & Go, that help to provide community and activities for older adults. For seniors who no longer drive, the PJCC buses are the cure to loneliness and the gateway to a world of activity and friendship.
Our Jewish and Family Life programs provide a way to connect with the Jewish community and expand your knowledge of this unique culture.
Contribute to the fantastic cultural arts programs and events that bring to life the culture and joy that represents the PJCC.
A postoperative workout program for breast cancer survivors.
Your Amazon shopping can now benefit the PJCC!
Use your current Amazon user name and password, log on through Smile.Amazon.com and follow the steps to register PJCC as your organization of choice. Then when you log on to Amazon through Smile.Amazon.com you help support us! What a mitzvah!
The PJCC has created this garden project that supports InnVision Shelter Network, fosters social action, provides learning activities and workshops, and offers gardening instruction. We are very proud to be able to help the hungry in San Mateo County.
For just one hour a week, you can make a difference by helping a child learn to love reading.
For more information about contributing to the PJCC, please contact:
- Phone: 650.212.PJCC (7522)
Ways To Give | Support The PJCC
There are many ways for you to contribute to the PJCC. Every donation is tax-deductible, so choose the one that's right for you.
"Deeds of giving are the very foundations of the world."
The Justice Garden supplies fresh produce to local shelters.
Donate By Phone
To donate by phone, learn more about opportunities, or support a specific fund or project, contact the PJCC Office at 650.212.PJCC (7522).
Donate By Mail
You may download the Donation Form, complete it and send it in with your payment.
- Blood Drive: Blood Centers of the Pacific
- Coat Drive: One Warm Coat
- Food Drive: Second Harvest Food Bank
More Ways To Give
For more information on any of the below options, please contact our Administrative Office at 650.212.PJCC (7522).
Securities offer significant tax advantages if you make a gift of appreciated stock
- MEMORIALS OR TRIBUTES
Memorials or tributes allow you to remember or acknowledge a special person with a gift to the PJCC. We will send a Tribute Card to acknowledge your contribution to those you wish to notify. You may also want to establish a Tribute Fund so others can contribute as well.
- PLANNED GIFTS & BEQUESTS
Planned gifts and bequests make the most of your assets and make a lasting contribution to the PJCC's community health. Include the PJCC in your estate plans.
- WORKPLACE & EMPLOYER CONTIBUTIONS
Workplace and employer contributions can be designated to the PJCC through your United Way workplace campaign, Combined Federal Campaign, or California State Employees’ Charitable Campaign. Our United Way donor code number is 3808. Many businesses also donate to the PJCC through corporate contribution programs, gifts of goods and services, or by matching their employees' donations.
- ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFERS
Electronic Funds Transfers can save time and money. Set up a recurring donation through an Electronic Funds Transfer, perhaps adding it to your monthly membership payment. Ask your Membership Representative for details.
- GOODS and SERVICES
Goods and services are always welcome — from digital cameras, printers, and furniture, to large-screen televisions or educational toys for young children.
- The campaign for the North Peninsula Jewish Campus is accepting donations to complete and endow our 12-acre campus.
Consider underwriting a department’s special event, activity, scholarships or the purchase of equipment to support the success of its programs.
- PJCC Operating Fund
- Cultural Arts
- Early Childhood Education
- Health & Fitness
- Jewish Culture & Education
- Older Adults
- Sports & Recreation
- Youth & Teens