WITH THE MARION and Norman Tanzman Foundation’s $500,000 matching gift, The Hebrew Academy in Marlboro is on its way toward reaching its $6 million capital campaign goal.
“The Tanzman Foundation is pleased to support The Hebrew Academy’s Path to the Future Initiative and shares in the commitment to provide the highest quality Jewish and secular education, from early childhood through high school,” said Jeffries Shein, president of the foundation. “By enhancing and expanding the facilities in Marlboro, the goal of expanding the scope of this campus to benefit the entire Jewish community will be
One of the goals of the campaign is to expand the school’s facilities with the construction of 12 new classrooms, a gym/multi-purpose space, sanctuary, and kosher dining facility. Additionally, The Hebrew Academy will build a Jewish community high school.
“The Marion and Norman Tanzman Foundation’s involvement in this initiative inspires us and reaffirms the blessings of our school family,” said Maxine Macnow, campaign co-chair and president of the school’s board of trustees. “This commitment has encouraged and will continue to motivate other family foundations to rally behind us with their own philanthropic support. Taken together, these resources will enable us to create the most welcoming and expansive school and communal environment for generations to come.”
The school, formerly known as the Solomon Schechter Day School of Greater Monmouth County, launched its “Path to the Future” capital campaign this past fall. For information about The Hebrew Academy or to make a donation, visit thehebrewacademynj.org.