Young Alumni Philanthropists of Hillel at UCLA
You're building your new life...with a solid Jewish foundation.
As a recent alum, you know how valuable it is to have a Jewish connection during your time at school. Now is your opportunity to support current students at UCLA and to help them build their own foundations.
By becoming a member of the Young Alumni Philanthropists at Hillel at UCLA (YAPHA), you can show your commitment to Jewish continuity, both in your own life and in the lives of emerging adults.
YAPHA members will be recognized for their commitment to Hillel in the annual report, on the website and on a the donor recognition wall upon achieving certain lifetime cumulative gift benchmarks. Exclusive events for YAPHA donors will vary per year but are always guaranteed to be memorable.
Of course, the true perk of being a member of YAPHA is knowing that you are ensuring an top notch Hillel experience for students in future generations just as others did for you when you were a student at UCLA.
To become a member of YAPHA you must be 40 years old or younger, make an initial gift of $1,000 (with the option to pay monthly at $83.33/month for 12 months), and make a pledge to keep Hillel at UCLA among your top philanthropic endeavors on an annual basis.
Although the giving guidelines of YAPHA suggest that donors under 30 years old aspire to make an annual gift of $500 while members 30 and over aspire to give $1,000 annually, the true spirit of YAPHA means giving to your best ability (and this might mean more or less than the suggested gift on any given year).
Thank you for your commitment to the Jewish future, and to Hillel at UCLA.
To make your generous contribution and/or to join YAPHA:
Checks can be made payable to Hillel at UCLA, 574 Hilgard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90024. Contibutions are tax deductible as provided by law. Federal Tax I.D. #95-1831070.
Hillel is sponsored by the Los Angeles Hillel Council, a beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles. Member of the University Religious Conference UCLA.