Keshet offers many ways to make a difference in the lives of individuals with disabilities. We appreciate financial contributions of any amount for program support, scholarships and operating expenses. We are always seeking new corporate and foundation partners and welcome any introductions to friends and colleagues who may have an interest in Keshet’s mission.Contact Us
Donations can easily be made online using a credit card.
Simply make checks out to Keshet and send them to our mailing address.
610 Academy Drive
Northbrook, IL 60062
Tributes are a meaningful way to honor someone or to memorialize someone’s passing. When you make a tribute gift of at least $36, we will send a card to the individual or family of the loved one whom you are honoring or memorializing.
To direct a gift to Keshet from your donor advised fund, simply share our legal name, address and federal tax ID.
Legal name: Keshet
Mailing Address: 610 Academy Drive, Northbrook, IL
Federal Tax ID: 36-3441392
Acknowledgements will be sent in accordance with the instructions provided in the letter accompanying the gift.
A gift of an appreciated asset can provide capital gains tax savings. Ask your broker to include the following information when the securities are transferred. Please also notify Jamie Lake prior to making the transfer to ensure timely and accurate acknowledgment and receipt.
Keshet can accept wires, ACH and EFT donations.
Please call us for instructions.
Gift commitments made today will shape Keshet’s impact for decades to come. Keshet is grateful to be included in your will or trust or as a beneficiary of a retirement or benefit account or life insurance policy. Please contact us to discuss legacy giving options.
Many employers match donations made by their employees. To find out if your employer provides this benefit, we suggest checking your company’s website or speaking with someone in HR. If you have a paper form that needs to be completed, please send it to us, and we’ll take care of the rest.
Keshet accepts in-kind donations of items and services in accordance with our needs and gift acceptance policy. When requested, a letter acknowledging the receipt of an in-kind donation can be issued.
This school year, Keshet and Schechter have launched an inclusive kindergarten program, where students with disabilities will learn alongside typically developing peers. Not only does this commitment demonstrate a belief that everyone benefits when everyone is included, it also addresses a gap in services available in our community.
Keshet is so fortunate to have incredible DSPs like Jordan Spiwak, who believe wholeheartedly in Keshet’s mission and care so deeply for our participants. Working at Keshet has completely changed his life for the better, giving him a sense of purpose and a deeper connection to his Jewish identity.