Population Explosion:

Some estimates suggest that we may see an increase of 1,000-2,000 Jewish undergraduate students at our campuses due to the economic fallout of Covid-19.

One-On-One Attention:

We are living in challenging times that force our students to seriously engage in life’s tough questions. Our staff and clergy provide one-on-one attention that is both critical and time consuming.


A friend:

In normal times, Hillel 818 is the best platform for social connections and community available to our commuter students. During Covid-19, Hillel 818 may be the only platform for social connection and community available to our students.

Mental Health Epidemic:

There is a mental health epidemic on college campuses. Hillel 818 provides a safe space, spiritual grounding, and a welcoming community that is regularly cited by students as a critically positive component of their mental health.

Judaism Persists:

During a time of increased social distance, our wisdom, tradition, texts, rituals, and customs are more important than ever.

Please email mattb@hillel818.org if you are interested in making a gift of securities, a bequest, or an estate gift.

If you make a donation before the end of the year, you can claim a tax deduction. The CARES Act (Federal Coronavirus Relief Bill) gives you a $300 deduction ($600 for couples filing jointly) even if you don’t itemize.


If you itemize, you can deduct up to 100% of your Adjusted Gross Income, so please send your gift today.

Your Support is More Important Than Ever.

17729 Plummer Street, Northridge, CA 91325

phone: 818-886-5101 | email: info@hillel818.org

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