“For them that honor me I will honor.” (1 Samuel 2:30)
Thank you for your interest in current activities at the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance, an institution that takes pride in its long tradition of academic-artistic excellence.
Some 1800 post-secondary and secondary students are realizing their potential on a day-to-day basis, in a supportive and encouraging environment. They enjoy a wide range of study options in music and dance − from Baroque and classical to jazz and Oriental music, as well as classical and modern dance.
Your involvement and contribution will aid the Academy, the High School and the Conservatory in providing scholarships to secondary and post-secondary students on both an excellence and a needs basis; they will aid in developing our unique Givat Ram campus, and in advancing special projects. The goal cherished by all is to continue training today’s students to become tomorrow’s world-class performers, composers, dancers and conductors.
Chair of the Israeli Friends of the Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance: Dani Naveh
Per Section 46(A) of the Income Tax Ordinance, all donations to the Academy are tax deductible. The minimum tax-deductible donation entitlement is NIS 300. All Israeli taxpayers are entitled to this deduction, whether they are salaried employees, pensioners, self-employed individuals or companies.
The American Friends of the Academy has tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3).
The Academy is a registered charity under British law.
For additional information, please contact:
Meir Nitzan, Vice President for External Relations & Resource Development at the JerusalemAcademy of Music and Dance
Tel.: (02) 675-9933
Fax: (02) 675-9971 email@example.com