JxJ Donors

Thank you to all our donors for your generous support!
We are deeply grateful for your commitment and trust – we could not do this work with you.


Donors listed as of April 6, 2022. Would you like to become a JxJ donor? Click here.

Presenting Sponsor ($100,000+)

Howard and Geraldine Polinger Family Foundation

Lead Sponsors ($75,000)

DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities
DC Government
Howard and Geraldine Polinger Family Foundation

Major Sponsors ($20,000 - $74,999)

The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
Ginny and Irwin Edlavitch
Nussdorf Family Foundation

Executive Producers ($10,000 - $19,999)

Ronald and Anne Abramson
Naomi and Nehemiah Cohen Foundation
Dweck Philanthropy
Susie and Michael Gelman, The Morningstar Foundation
Jacob and Charlotte Lehrman Foundation
Linda and Sid Moskowitz
Deborah and Michael Salzberg

Producers ($5,000 - $9,999)

Cyna and Paul Cohen, Sara C. Cohen and Norm J. Rich
Scott Eric Dreyer and
Ellen Clare Gillespie Dreyer
Rena and Michael Gordon
Brenda Gruss and Daniel Hirsch
Jennifer and Dan Mendelson
Nancy and Saul Pilchen
Ratner Family Foundation
Richard Solloway

Associate Producers ($3,000 - $4,999)

Janet B. Abrams
Monica and Gavin Abrams
Dava Berkman
Embassy of Israel
Michele and Allan Berman
Johanna Chanin and Randall Levitt
Dina Gold
Rae Grad and Manuel Schiffres
Dianne and Herb Lerner
Barbara Silverstein
Diane Abelman Wattenberg

Patrons ($1,100 - $2,999)

Adas Israel Congregation
Dianne Adelberg
Alison Baraf and Aryeh Portnoy
Deborah and Charles Both
Dave Connick
Morgan and Josh Genderson
Jill and Robert Granader
Sandra Hoexter
Aviva Kempner
Stacey Kluck
Liza Levy
Carol Mates and Mark Kahan
Joan and Barry Rosenthal
Les Silverman
Michael Singer and James Smith
Susan Suleiman
Mimi Tygier and Robert Rubin
Debra Vodenos and Samuel Boxerman
Heidi Wachs
Susan Wedlan and Harold Rosen
Anita Wolke and Ken Brooks

Tastemakers ($550 - $1,099)

Charlotte and Michael Baer
Sanders H. Berk, MD and Sally Berk
Suanne and Richard Beyda
Susan Brett and Rob Shesser
Meg and Samuel Flax
Lorraine Gallard and Richard H. Levy
Erica Gloger
Sid Kaplan
Marion Ein Lewin
Iris Lipkowitz
Miriam Morsel Nathan
Joan Nathan
Nancy and Joel Poznansky
Lawrence Schleifer
Tina and Albert Small, Jr.
Deborah Tannen and Michael Macovski

Fans ($175 - $549)

Joanne Aaronson
Babs and Rabbi A.N. Abramowitz
Nicholas and Marla Allard
Bruce Berman
Paula Bienenfeld and Emlen Myers
Ambassador Julia Chang Bloch and Stuart Bloch
Nanci and Jim Bramson
Dr. Lois K. Cohen
Jacqueline and Edward Cohen
Rosalind and Donald Cohen
Nadine Cohodas
Pam Crystal
Anne-Marie Deutsch and Steven Feldman
Michael and Laurie Edberg
Stuart Eizenstat
Leesa Fields and Jonathan Band
Dr. Stanley C. and Ronna Foster
Barry Friedman
Mindy Gasthalter
Ricki Gerger
Ann and Frank Gilbert
Debra Goldberg and Seth Waxman
Lynn Goldin and Henry Birnkrant
Michael Goldstein
Martha Winter Gross and Robert Tracy
Lisa Himmelfarb
Gilbert Holland
Alan Kaplan
Ronald Kaplan
Barry Karas
Nancy and Everett Korman
Anita Lampel and Daniel Metlay
Joy Lerner and Stephen Kelin
Dalya and Edward Luttwak
Marian and Alan Malasky
Lynn Levin Oshinsky and Stan Oshinsky
Dori Phaff and Dan Raviv
Jessica Pollner
Edna and Larry Povich
Debby Prigal
Nancy and Samuel Raskin
Marcia and Robert Rosenberg
Ilene Rosenthal
Lisa Savitt
Rhea Schwartz and Paul Wolff
Mindy Strelitz and Andrew Cornblatt
Sheila Taube
John Tolleris
Drs. Marion and Michael Usher
David Wachs
Sarah Wattenberg
Jill and Michael Weinstein
Sylvia and Peter Winik

EDCJCC Fund Support

Ann Loeb Bronfman Fund
Milton and Helen Covensky Fund
The Samuel and Marlene Halperin Fund
Chaim Kempner Fund
The Harriet J. Neuman Endowment Fund
Howard and Geraldine Polinger Family Foundation Endowment
Max and Esther Ticktin Fund
The Arthur Tracy “The Street Singer” Endowment Fund
Marjorie Watson Serendipity Fund

Lead support of the Edlavitch DCJCC is provided by

The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation
Susie and Michael Gelman, The Morningstar Foundation
The Jewish Federation of Greater Washington
Arlene and Robert Kogod, The Robert and Arlene Kogod Family Foundation

JxJ is funded in part by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, an agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts.