World Center

EMPOWERING YOUNG JEWS
THROUGH EDUCATION

Mayanot was founded to cultivate an awareness of Jewish identity and a passion for the Jewish people by creating a Jewishly educated leadership.

At Mayanot, students of diverse backgrounds study together in an open yet academically challenging environment. Students are encouraged to question, challenge and explore three thousand years of Jewish wisdom and apply it to contemporary society.

LEADERSHIP
Mayanot graduates are active on 120 campuses and in 190 communities worldwide, encouraging more young Jews to participate in Jewish life and inspiring commitment to Judaism and Israel.

 

ENGAGEMENT
Under the auspices of Birthright Israel, Mayanot has brought over 40,000 Birthright participants to Israel since 2000.

 

LEARNING
The Men’s & Women’s learning programs help young Jews deepen their Jewish knowledge and commitment, while developing their learning skills and mastery of traditional texts.

 

NEW INITIATIVES
Mayanot’s new World Center is a five story, 3,500 square meters (37,674 sq. ft.) building with an open-air rooftop garden. The Word Center will allow Mayanot to enhance and expand its current programs and also provide a home for a palette of new programs.

 

For more detailed information on our capital campaign, please view our brochure.

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We’ve raised $9m of our $15m goal thanks to the help of 6,547 donors including recent donations from:

A Few of our donors

Harry Ritter, New York
Shaun Bacher, Tel Aviv
Jay & Inga Barsky, New York
Dovid Chaim & Dina Maiman, Wisconsin
Hart & Simona Hasten, Indiana
Abe & Nili Erdynast, Jerusalem
Yaakov & Karen Cohen , Maryland
Leon & Pauline Solowiejczyk , Australia
Bruce & Amy Gelb, Florida
Kurt & Helen Feuerman, New York
Martin & Melanie Glatt, Jerusalem
Joseph & Louise Rabin, Johannesburg
Avraham & Tzipi Glick, Jerusalem
Kevin Bermeister, Sydney
Ari & Idil Barkan, New York
Stephen Joel Weiss, Ra'anana
Yankel & Baila Greenbaum, California
David & Eda Schottenstein, Florida
David Hall, Jerusalem
The GSJ Ballas Charitable Trust , Singapore
Tovia & Leah Schottenstein, Ohio
Shmuel & Sharon Goodman, Illinois
Ryan & Dinie Shapiro, Florida
Johnny Czarninski, Ecuador
Robert Kraft, Massachusetts
Edward & Leah Reicin, Illinois
Avraham & Devorah Hayman, New York
Samuel & Laurie Friedland, New York
Isadore & Roberta Schoen, Virginia
Zeev & Varda Rav-Noy, California
Michael & Lisa Leffell, New York
Lee & Patti Schear, Ohio
Adam & Jodi Weinstein, New York
Yehuda & Chava Bolotin, Massachusetts
Josh & Robyn Goldhirsch, Australia
Benjamin & Susan Shappell, Herzliyah
Avrohom & Yutty Polinger, New York
Uri Harkham, California
Glenn & Maria Reicin, Connecticut
Yossi & Tzivia Wuensch, Jerusalem
George & Pamela Rohr, New York
Uri & Bassia Laber, Florida
Roberto & Margee Szerer, New Jersey
Zeev & Rivky Rudolph, Pennsylvania
Yitzchak Mirilashvili, Herzliyah

DEDICATION OPPORTUNITIES

MAYANOT WORLD CENTER
An international campus for education and experiential learning in the heart of Israel’s capital. The Center will be the foundation for building a new generation of leaders.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY : $5,400,000

BUILDING
The Mayanot World Center building will house our Beit Midrash, student residences, library and classrooms, and provide an accessible address for all Mayanot activities and programs.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $3,600,000

MAIN BEIT MIDRASH
The heart of our learning community, fully furnished for daily, Shabbat and holiday services, ongoing Jewish studies and our Men’s and Women’s learning programs.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $1,800,000

BIRTHRIGHT EXTENSION CENTER
A multi-purpose facility for our creative educational programs, including housing for Birthright Israel participants who want to extend their journey.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY:$1,500,000

ROOFTOP GARDEN
The crown jewel of the Center building, with Jerusalem as its backdrop, will provide an unparalleled atmosphere for Shabbat dinners, and a singular setting for outdoor events.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $1,200,000

LONE SOLDIER RESIDENTIAL CENTER
A home away from home for Israel’s lone soldiers who have made aliyah on their own, or for Israeli soldiers from Haredi communities who do not have the support of their families.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $1,000,000

DINING HALL
A spacious setting for indoor Shabbat dinners and cultural events, the hall will be able to accommodate up to 200 people.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $1,000,000

POST HIGH SCHOOL BEIT MIDRASH
The Post High School Beit Midrash will be the learning hub for post high school students and graduates of CTeen programs, as they prepare for University life and its challenges.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $750,000

CORNERSTONE
A distinctive symbol of your support for our worldwide outreach and educational programs.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $600,000

LIBRARY
Our center for quiet study and reflection will offer a comprehensive selection of Hebrew and English language books and periodicals as well as computer stations for online research.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $360,000

KITCHEN
Modern kitchen facilities to prepare and serve healthful, nutritious meals to meet the diverse dietary needs of our participants.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $360,000

START-UP IDEA LAB
Center for entrepreneurial innovation, creating a space for our graduates and interns to work on innovative start-ups as they pursue their Jewish education and life in Israel.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $100,000

GYM-FITNESS CENTER
Fully equipped health and fitness center for use by Mayanot Institute program participants.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $100,000

MAIN MEZUZAH
An impressive, specially-designed mezuzah carved from Jerusalem stone, which will adorn the main entrance to the Mayanot World Center building.
DEDICATION OPPORTUNITY: $100,000

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