Support the Judaica Sound Archives
Become a part of this historic effort to preserve a cultural legacy.
The JSA's mission is to collect, digitize, and preserve the world's Judaic sound recordings so they can be enjoyed and studied today and in the future by scholars, researchers, students and all who are interested in Jewish music. YOU CAN HELP!
The benefits of JSA annual membership:
- Receive periodic e-mail updates which highlight new collections, holiday music and behind-the-scenes stories.
- Join the JSA this year and choose your "thank you" gift.* Click here for more info.
- Receive special consideration for your questions and requests.
- Personal tour of the Judaica Sound Archives at the Wimberly Library on FAU’s Boca Raton campus upon request. This includes browsing through our excess vinyl give-away recordings.
The cost of JSA annual membership? As little as $36!
Knowing that you are honoring your Jewish heritage by joining the JSA’s historic effort to collect, and preserve Jewish recorded music from 1900 to present? Priceless!
* The portion of your payment that qualifies as a charitable contribution will be reflected on the receipt you receive from the FAU Foundation Inc. The amount of your payment that exceeds the fair market value of any consideration you received in the form of privileges or other benefits will be the amount that may be deductible as a charitable contribution. Consult with your tax advisor for deductibility of your charitable gift.
JSA Sound Angels
You can commemorate a special event, honor a loved one, or enjoy recognition for your generous support of the JSA by becoming a Sound Angel.
Each JSA Sound Angel Donor receives a customized “gold record” displayed on our beautiful dedication wall on the 5th floor of the Wimberly Library on FAU’s Boca Raton campus.
JSA Sound Angel recognition begins at the $1000 level.
At right: Barry and Florence Friedberg being recognized for becoming JSA Sound Angels.
Click here for more info.
Looking for a Mitzvah Project?
Becoming a Bar or Bat Mitzvah is a significant milestone in a Jewish child’s life. The Judaica Sound Archives is delighted to help youngsters to appreciate their music heritage. Manning talked to everyone she could think of asking them if they had Jewish records to donate to the cause. She also encouraged the guests at her reception to make financial contributions. Thank you Manning for all your hard work and congratulations on the completion of your project.
Call 561-297-0080 for more information about JSA Mitzvah Projects.
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