Charitable/Social Services

Ahavas Yisrael Charity Fund

6400 Cross Country Boulevard
Baltimore, MD 21215
410-358-4464, 410-764-6020
Eli W. Schlossberg, Aviva Isbee
Provides assistance, especially food, to local individuals—young and aged—and families in need in a dignified, discreet manner. Donations can be mailed to Janine Chapman, 2723 Woodcourt Road,
Baltimore, MD 21209-2521


The Aleph Group Fundraising, Inc.

2700 Stone Cliff Drive, Suite 111
Baltimore, MD 21209
President: Michael Meyerstein, CFRE
Firm helps local, national, and international nonprofit clients achieve their fundraising goals by assessing fundraising capacity, managing campaigns and board/staff training and by conducting
feasibility studies and strategic planning.


Associated Women

101 West Mount Royal Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201
Vice President, Women’s Philanthropy: Allison Baumwald
Associated Women invites you to share your time, intellect and financial resources with local, national and international Jewish communities, supporting Jewish life through fundraising, education and service.


The Associated’s Center for Funds & Foundations

101 West Mount Royal Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201
Vice President: Nancy Kutler
The Associated’s Center for Funds & Foundations helps families design a philanthropic strategy that fulfills your charitable goals. Provides personal attention to help you become more strategic in your giving.


The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore*

101 West Mount Royal Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201
President: Marc B. Terrill
The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore addresses charitable, educational, religious, humanitarian, health, cultural and social service needs of the Jewish community locally, nationally, in Israel and throughout the world.


The Associated’s Legacy and Endowment Department

101 West Mount Royal Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21201
Michael Friedman
The Associated’s Legacy and Endowment Department helps donors structure their philanthropy in personally meaningful ways that pass on their values and provide for the survival and enhancement of our Jewish community.


CERT-Community Emergency Response Team (a Homeland Security Initiative)

Baltimore, Maryland
CERT presents citizens the facts about how to prepare for and what to expect
following a major disaster (i.e. storms, hurricanes, power outages, etc.) in terms of immediate services. CERT team members are trained in life-saving skills with the emphasis on decision-making skills, disaster preparedness, rescuer safety and missing persons search. CERT acts as
an extension of first-responder services offering immediate help to victims until professional services arrive.

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