Lion of Judah

 

The Lion of Judah is a symbol of Jewish woman’s strength, a symbol of her caring about the organized Jewish world, and a symbol of her financial CJA commitment of at least $5,000.  There are 17,000 Lions of Judah around the world.  The Lion of Judah connects women of all ages and from all walks of life who create social justice, heal the sick, feed the hungry, preserve human dignity and build Jewish identity through their leadership gift to the annual campaign. Winnipeg boasts 81 Lions of Judah.

 

The Lion of Judah is a symbol of Jewish sovereignty from the days when King David first captured Jerusalem and first made it the capital. Lion of Judah level donors receive a gold Lion of Judah pin, symbolic of our people’s strength and pride.

 

$250,000   ILR Lion of Judah - White Gold Diamond Pave 
$100,000   Prime Minister’s Council Lion of Judah –
                  White Gold with Black Diamond  
$75,000     Sabra Lion of Judah – Cognac Diamond  
$50,000     Zahav Lion of Judah – Canary Diamond
$36,000     Double Chai Lion of Judah – Amethyst Diamond  
$25,000     Emerald Lion of Judah 
$18,000     Sapphire Lion of Judah 
$10,000     Diamond Lion of Judah
$7,500       Ruby Lion of Judah 
$5,000       Lion of Judah

 

Becoming a Lion of Judah opens the doors to unique and meaningful opportunities to connect with other Lions. In addition to locally organized Winnipeg LOJ events, women giving at this level are invited to a biennial International LOJ conference, which brings together Lions from around the world.

 

For more information about becoming a Lion of Judah contact Graciela Najenson at 204.477.7426.

Lion of Judah Endowment

 

Endowing a Lion of Judah gift is easily accomplished by creating a Lion of Judah endowment fund at the Jewish Foundation of Manitoba. A minimum fund of $125,000 is required to generate sufficient interest income to fund your Lion’s gift in perpetuity. A Lion of Judah who has endowed her gift is recognized with a flame on her Lion of Judah pin.

 

For more information, please contact Graciela Najenson at 204.477.7426.