Honoring His Late Father, Hyman Arbesfeld Establishes Scholarship Fund in Celebration of High School Centennial In honor of the centennial celebration of The Marsha Stern Talmudical Academy/Yeshiva University High School for Boys (YUHSB), Hyman Arbesfeld has made a $1 million gift to establish the Abraham Arbesfeld Scholarship Fund, named in honor of his late father. Arbesfeld […]
The Wall Street Journal on Cardozo Alumna, Kathy Greenberg, and Her Mission to Fix the Immigration System Kathy Greenberg wants to tap law students to fill the gaps in the country’s legal system. The public-interest lawyer is giving $500,000 to the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law at Yeshiva University to support the law school’s immigration […]
Marilyn and Stanley M. Katz, longtime benefactors of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, are donating $7 million to start a major new research program within the medical college’s Cancer Center.
Former YU chairman of the board and New York City industrialist Ronald P. Stanton has announced a gift of $100 million to Yeshiva University. The largest single gift ever in North America in support of Jewish education and Jewish life, Mr. Stanton’s contribution affirms his commitment to Yeshiva University’s distinctive mission and his endorsement of the strategic direction set by the University’s president, Richard M. Joel.
Anne Scheiber, who left $22 million to fund a scholarship for deserving Stern College for Women students accepted into YU’s Albert Einstein College of Medicine, would be proud of the women who are benefiting from her generosity this year.
Fanya Gottesfeld Heller, noted Holocaust author and lecturer, as well as communal leader and philanthropist, has given a major gift to support doctoral studies in Jewish education at Azrieli Graduate School of Jewish Education and Administration (AGS) at Yeshiva University. Her son, Benjamin Heller, has joined his mother in this gift.