Making a Memorial Gift

A Memorial Gift is a way to honor the memory of a relative, friend or loved one. It can also mark a special occasion like a birthday, wedding or anniversary. There are many ways to make a memorial gift to MJHS Health System through our Foundation.

Make a gift in memory or in honor of…

When you make a donation to us you can choose to make a gift in memory of someone who has passed or as a way to express sympathy for the family of a deceased friend or relative. You can also make a gift in honor of someone as a way to celebrate a special occasion, recognize an achievement or show your appreciation for a frontline staff that cared for your loved one.

Start a memorial fund

We can also help you start a Memorial Fund in honor of a loved one. Please contact Allison Mondell Wesalo at 212-649-5228 or [email protected]. Or fill out the form on this page.

Tree of life

Memorial gifts can also take the “physical” form. Like our Tree of Life which lives within the walls of MJHS Health System.

Remembrance through memorial prayers

If you observe customs associated with mourning and memorializing a loved one through prayer and reflection we offer Yahrzeit and Jewish Memorial Prayers as well.

 

We know that everyone has their own way of dealing with loss and we are here to support you every step of the way. If you need additional support and education you can also reach out to our Bereavement department and join one of our support groups.

Start a Memorial Fund






    Browse the Different Ways You Can Make a Memorial Gift

    Jewish Memorial Prayers

    Our MJHS Rabbis are available to help observe customs associated with mourning and memorializing a loved one.

    Circle of Caring

    Honor a health care worker that made a difference in the care you or your loved one received.

    Tree of Life

    Inscribe the name of a loved one or caregiver on our memorial Tree of Life as a lasting way to honor their life and legacy.

    Yahrzeit and Jewish Memorial Prayers

    Following the same Jewish values that guided The Four Brooklyn Ladies in 1907, MJHS proudly continues to observe the customs associated with mourning and memorializing a loved one.