Contribution Overview

AJC has been honored to serve its communities since 1906 when legendary business leaders like Jacob Schiff and Oscar Strauss enabled American Jewish Committee (AJC) to open its doors and take immediate action in the public arena. More than A Century of Leadership later, AJC stands strong thanks to the generous support and involvement of individuals and the nation's top businesses. Without your profound advocacy of our organization, AJC would not be able to maintain and expand its acclaimed projects and programs and continue to make a meaningful difference in the lives of the Jewish community and communities throughout American society.

As a non-profit organization, AJC reinvests all surplus income back into being the Jewish Voice to the Global community.

No matter how large or small the gift, Jews and non-Jews alike, ultimately benefit their world and the world for future generations.

Click below, on the various ways you can contribute to AJC: