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Birmingham Jewish Foundation
The Birmingham Jewish Foundation raises endowment funds which underwrite special projects and programs and help address unmet community needs. Donors make gifts to the Foundation which remains a permanent legacy. The Foundation administers the endowments for The Birmingham Jewish Federation, the Levite Jewish Community Center, the N.E. Miles Jewish Day School and Collat Jewish Family Services and others. An individualized plan can be devised to meet the donor’s philanthropic desires and financial planning needs while also benefiting the community.
Collat Jewish Family Services
Collat Jewish Family Services is a family social service agency offering comprehensive social services to people of all ages. Services include: information and referrals, individual, family and group counseling, senior adult services, Buz-a-Bus transportation for anyone over 60 or disabled assistance to those in need, English as a second language classes, and Jewish family life education. A variety of volunteer opportunities are available for all ages.
Levite Jewish Community Center
Through the lends of Jewish identity and values, the Levite Jewish Community Center provides a welcoming, family-oriented gathering place for a diverse membership to engage in meaningful experiences of the mind, body and soul. Impacting more than 130,000 members of the Birmingham community annually, the Levite Jewish Community Center is welcoming to people of all faiths, ages and backgrounds. We are a family-oriented recreational and educational facility that is open to the entire community.
N.E. Miles Jewish Day School
The N. E. Miles Jewish Day School strives to create a family community of learners who value lifelong study, respect human diversity and are able to make informed choices about their lives. Our goal is to provide a stimulating and nurturing environment, encouraging each student to feel positive about him/herself and others while preparing each student to be knowledgeable, caring and contributing members of the Jewish people, the United States of America and the world. As a community day school we seek to imbue our students with a love for G-d, Torah and Israel and teach respect for diverse viewpoints. Our unique program endeavors to integrate Judaic and General studies, incorporating the highest values of Judaism and American democracy.
Birmingham Holocaust Education Center
The Birmingham Holocaust Education Center (BHEC) seeks to educate the people of Alabama about the history of the Holocaust so that new generations will apply the lessons of the Holocaust to the construction of a more just, humane, and tolerant future. By preserving and sharing the stories of local Holocaust survivors and commemorating the events of the Holocaust and the lives of those who perished, the BHEC seeks to promote a moral and ethical response to prejudice, hatred, and indifference for the benefit of all humanity.