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Yoanna (Freedman) Rofeh '11 with her husband, Yeshivah University professor Rabbi Beny Rofeh

Tzedakah times two: Alumna gives back in the name of justice

By taking advantage of her employer's matching program, Yoanna (Freedman) Rofeh '11 doubles the impact of her giving to Brandeis while honoring her personal religious philosophy.

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Representatives of the Class of '68 present a large novelty check to President Ron Liebowitz at their Reunion dinner during Alumni Weekend

Alumni celebrate their reunions by giving back

In total, Brandeis' 13 milestone-year classes raised $4,173,487 in support of their alma mater, with both the 50th and 25th reunion classes exceeding their fundraising goals.

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Jonathan and Renee Brant at their son's wedding in 2008

New fellowship memorializes alumnus who fought for individuals with disabilities

In honor of their 50th reunion, Renee Brant '68 has established a fellowship to allow others to follow in the footsteps of her late husband, the Hon. Jonathan Brant '68.

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Profiles in Giving

Sy Bluestone

Seymour S. “Sy” Bluestone leaves Brandeis a $8.4 million bequest gift for social justice initiatives. Read more.

Mariah Rich Collins ’10 and James Collins ’09 establish program to support students engaged in community service. Read more.

Elinor Gollay with late husband Rex

Elinor Gollay MSW’71, PhD’77, decided to support the school after a friend's request reignited her passion for Heller's mission. Read more.

Lori Levinson Luft '69

The Community Engagement Ambassadors Program (CEAP) was created in memory of Lori Levinson Luft '69, one of the first chairs of the organization. Read more.