Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon, known as the Rambam or Maimonides (March 30, 1135 Córdoba, Spain – December 13, 1204 Fostat, Egypt), was a rabbi, physician, and philosopher in Andalusia, Morocco and Egypt during the Middle Ages. He was one of the select medieval Jewish philosophers who also influenced the non-Jewish world. Although his copious works on Jewish law and ethics were initially met with opposition during his lifetime, he was posthumously acknowledged to be one of the foremost rabbinical arbiters and philosophers in Jewish history. Today, his works and his views are considered a cornerstone of Jewish thought and study.
About the Ramb"m
Current Maimonides Institute in Haifa, Israel
The funds will be used to Reinstate the original Maimonides Institute to its due glory and status, along side constructions and improvements. The funds will be also used to pay the final balance of the Israel Maimonides Research Institute and its housing. This will allow for future generations the divine insight to Maimonides past, present and future. The enactment of this project will be of great benefit to the Institute, worldwide visitors, patrons, their host cities, global communities and Judaism. These institutes bring worldwide acclaim as the primary promulgator of the Torah and medical writings of Maimonides. The Haifa location will serve as a source of several income streams through its people, venues, and programs.
MAJOR GIFTS AND NAMING OPPORTUNITIES
WHEN GIVING BECOMES LEADING
For a more permanent legacy at the Museum – A Living Memorial to a loved ones, naming opportunities are available at special levels of giving:
Name a seat in the Beit-Midrash, at either the $3,600 or $5,400 levels and ensure the future of Torah learnings, and academic programs at the Museum.
Join the Heritage Society by making a gift of $100,000 or more and be permanently recognized on our Wall of Honor.
Naming opportunities at a range of giving levels are available throughout the Museum, including benches, classrooms, and other public spaces that are utilized by over 150,000 visitors each year.
The satisfaction that comes from changing the lives of jews worldwide, donors can choose to name scholarships, programs, faculty positions, and spaces after themselves or loved ones. Naming gifts generally range from $10,000 to $1.8 million for spaces and buildings, and $50,000 and more for endowments that will honor a donor in perpetuity.
A gift of $5,000 could provide:
-Naming Opportunity for the Museum's permanent exhibits-this will provide for annual maintenance and upkeep.
Naming Opportunity for a 6 months dedecation of Torah learning - this will provide for
A gift of $2,500
Naming Opportunity for the Museum's garden area to include benches and new trees
for the Museum's garden
A gift of $1,800
The new Maimonides Institute, Restoration Project.
LifeScience, Medical Research,
Bet-Midrash / Kollel, Institute in Haifa, Israel.
Help reinstate the original Maimonides Institute to its due glory and status!
Museum & Galleries
Medical research center
Annual Medical award
Bait Midrash & Kollel
Library & Online Retail
Event Hall with Restaurant
ALTERNATIVELY YOU CAN FILL IN THE FOLLOWING CONTACT FORM:
Rabbi Yehuda Assaf
3-7 Harav David Assaf Street, Haifa, Israel 31090
Maimonides Research Institute
1866 55th St • Brooklyn, NY 11204
TO SPEAK WITH THE RABBI DIRECT,
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