Why We Are Renaming the Social Justice Fund
Social justice has been a pillar of WRJ throughout its 100+ years and is a key issue that Marla has advanced and championed during her 40-year career, including her prior roles in the Reform Movement. It is WRJ's honor to name its Social Justice Fund after Marla.
Our voice has never been more important than it is now. Your support of the Rabbi Marla J. Feldman Social Justice Fund will honor Marla's commitment to this cause and allow us to continue to engage women around timely issues and train them as leaders in the pursuit of justice.
Rabbi Marla J. Feldman Social Justice Fund Donor Listing
WRJ is deeply grateful to our community of individuals, families, and sisterhoods for their ongoing philanthropic efforts and support of the Rabbi Marla J. Feldman Social Justice Fund. As a donor, you provide vital resources to uphold our commitment to social justice. If you would like to join this incredible group of funders, please contact Shari Schulner at email@example.com or 212-650-4050.
Sara and Rick Charney
Shoshana Dweck/Resa Davids
Susan C. Bass
Linda O. Ferguson
Dale and Lynn Magid Lazar
Blair C. Marks
Dr. Andrew and Cheryl Barenberg
Ken and Leslie Brier
Bruce and Ellie Feldman & Family
Carol S. LeBovidge
Ellen M. Miller
Rosanne and David Selfon
Janet F. Buckstein
Joanne B. Fried
Karen Schiffer Sim
Women of Temple Chai
Jane F. Karlin
Julia C. Weinstein
Pamela and Greg-Feldman Hill
Philip and Lisa Feldman
Jeanne Whitman Kahn
Dr. Madelyn M. Katz
Shelley Niceley Groff
Rabbi David Saperstein
Carol and Jay Sterling
Union of Reform Judaism
Helene H. Waranch
Judith M. Wexler
Women of Baltimore Hebrew Congregation
*This list will be updated when donations are received.
Rabbi Marla J. Feldman's Career and Retirement
Over a hundred people came out to celebrate the career and retirement of its Executive Director, Rabbi Marla J. Feldman, on April 20, 2023, at the Sheraton Suites Hotel at Chicago O’Hare.
There was a celebration dinner and tributes to Marla from several Reform Movement leaders. We enjoyed a special concert by renowned Jewish musician, composer, and producer Beth Schafer, along with WRJ's signature choir.
Thank you to WRJ Past Presidents Blair C. Marks, Lynn Magid Lazar, and Susan C. Bass for chairing this celebratory event.