Give to NAJC

Your generous support enables NAJC to continue to promote the highest standard of professional training and practice for Jewish Chaplains. NAJC is a recognized 501(c)(3) tax-exempt New Jersey corporation. All donations to NAJC are tax-deductable.

In addition to undesignated contributions, we accept donations to the:

  • Howard J. Kummer Memorial Fund: Contributions fund professional Jewish chaplaincy education, in particular supporting our Student Members to attend NAJC-sponsored conferences and other events
  • Pesach Krauss Fund: Contributions help underwrite a certified Israeli spiritual care provider to attend the NAJC national conference
We also accept contributions to our restricted Endowment Fund.

You can donate to NAJC both online or off.
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After you submit your payment, please e-mail Sara Spiegel to indicate what your payment is for.

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50 Eisenhower Drive
Paramus, NJ 07652

(201) 880-9072 or (844) 330-NAJC

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Daily, NAJC and its members provide services to thousands of people around the globe. Our membership relies on us for programming and our advocacy on of behalf of professional chaplaincy here and in Israel. Helping NAJC helps assure that there will always be a cadre of Jewish professional chaplains to serve in our communal agencies, both Jewish and non-Jewish.

NAJC encourages donations to enable us to continue to service the community and advocacy for a professional chaplaincy. Our members serve in a variety of institutions including hospitals, nursing homes, and homes for the elderly, emergency service personnel including law enforcement and fire departments, military services, prisons, and other institutions. Our chaplains also serve in times of emergencies and natural disasters in conjunction with the Red Cross and other relief agencies.