Gifts Come in Many Forms, and we thank you in advance!
For more information on any of the following ways to give meaningfully to Hillel, please contact Rachael Petru, Director of Development, at 310-208-3081 x213 or at Rachael@uclahillel.org.
Make your charitable contribution to Hillel while enjoying all of the advantages of using your favorite credit card! Save the stamp and express your support today using our online form!
Mail a Gift
Who doesn't love to receive mail? Hillel is always thrilled to receive your charitable contribution by post. Please send your check anytime to:
Hillel at UCLA
574 Hilgard Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90024
Make a Gift of Stock
Making a gift of appreciated securities (stocks, bonds or mutual funds) to Hillel is easy and has special tax benefits to the donors. Stocks and DTC securities can be transferred using the following information:
U.S. Bancorp Investments
DTC-Eligible Securities: DTC number 0280 (Code 40)
For Further Credit to Account: 25792375
Make a Tribute Gift
Honor a friend or family member with a gift in his or her honor, or send a condolence card to someone in memory of their loved one. Simply send a check or submit an online donation, and let us know the reason for the gift, the note you would like to include, and where we should send the Tribute Card. We will send the card on your behalf within one week of receipt.
Donate a Used Vehicle
Have an old car taking up space in your driveway? Donate it to Hillel at UCLA! Learn more by visiting www.uclahillel-cardonations.org
Plan Your Giving
By including Hillel in your estate planning, you can extend your legacy to future generations while enjoying certain tax advantages! Visit our Legacy Society page for more information on how you can provide the tools that Jewish Bruins need to build a strong Jewish community in perpetuity.
Contributions are tax deductible as provided by law. Federal Tax ID #46-0573247. Hillel is a beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation Council of Greater Los Angeles, and is a Member of the University Religious Conference at UCLA.