Do you remember your first Shabbat dinner on campus? Do you remember long hours spent in the Hillel office planning an event, eating, or just hanging out? Do you remember your Birthright trip? Do you remember deep conversations (or sometimes fun goofy ones) with the Hillel... Read More
Do you remember your first Shabbat dinner on campus?
Do you remember long hours spent in the Hillel office planning an event, eating, or just hanging out?
Do you remember your Birthright trip?
Do you remember deep conversations (or sometimes fun goofy ones) with the Hillel staff?
We need your help to continue the important work that Hillel does on UAlbany's campus every day! This #GivingTuesday (or, as we like to say, GivingJewsday) we're trying to hit our goal to bring more programming and student engagement to our campus. Every gift makes a difference! Thank you in advance for your generosity!
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raised in 96 days from 15 people
Nomi Manon, Executive Director/Rabbi
on behalf of
University at Albany Hillel
Our Hillel is doing amazing work these days, but we are understaffed and need more funding for programming. Help us reach more Jewish students on campus!
Aleeza Sklover 3 months ago
Barbara Gossin 3 months ago
Davida Manon 3 months ago
Benjamin Israel 3 months ago
Rabbi Manon is the Executive Director of UAlbany Hillel. She loves working at a pluralist organization and encourages students to explore their many identities and passions in a Jewish context.
Robert Springer 3 months ago
Who remembers JSC-HILLEL 1986-1990?
Mendel & Raizy Rubin 3 months ago
Grateful for the partnership and special sense of community at UAlbany!
Libby Hikind 3 months ago
Rabbi Nomi, Thank you for making UAlbany a warm and caring place during my daughter's college years.
Benjamin Michaels 3 months ago
SUNY Albany Hillel has made such a tremendous impact on me, my Jewish identity, and the career path I've chosen. Nomi has served as such a strong and positive leader; I can never thank her enough for her care and support. The community that this Hillel has both created and fostered is truly unique and the definition of a kehillah kedosha.
Josh Rehr 3 months ago
Jeffrey Brauner 3 months ago
Zakhar Berkovich 3 months ago
Aviva Snyder 3 months ago
Keshet Regev 3 months ago
Patrick Galli 3 months ago
I think that Hillel is doing important work in this area. Rabbi Nomi Manon is the most understanding, compassionate, and committed person I have met, her hard work is changing lives of others.
Nomi Manon 3 months ago
UAlbany is doing such important work! I want to see it thrive!
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