Thank you for supporting Brandeis Marin. Our mission to ignite passionate, engaged learners begins with gifts from good people like you.
When you give to Brandeis Marin you not only advance our values of Integrity, Kindness, and Service, but your gift goes to work immediately to keep our program future-ready and accessible for all families seeking a Jewish day school.
Thank you for supporting Brandeis Marin! The Brandeis Fund is the best way to support the most urgent need of the school. It help us to bridge the gap between tuition and the actual cost to educate each student. That is why the school actively encourages 100% of our families to make giving to the Brandeis Fund a priority each year.
Your support goes to work immediately, helping to ensure that one more Brandeis student graduates as a passionate, engaged citizen prepared to meet the future.
Marty Friedman was instrumental in leading the effort to successfully transition our campus into an independent school. He served as the inaugural Board President of Brandeis Marin and remains a dedicated lay leader in our school. Vanessa Friedman was an active member of the Parent Association and played an integral role in volunteering in every aspect of the school. Together they remain dedicated to Brandeis Marin as do their daughters, Sofia (`13) and Sarah (`16).
Thank you for honoring your B'nai Mitzvah student by giving to his/her school. Your gift goes to work immediately to support our mission to produce passionate learners and engaged global citizens who are guided by universal Jewish values.
Each graduating class of Brandeis Marin honors the school with a gift at the end of the year. Each gift is unique to the class and organized by the class room parents. We have made it easy for families to make their contributions by providing a dedicated donation form.
Brandeis Marin is deeply grateful for the memories and contributions each class makes to support our enduring mission.
Thank you for contributing to our annual 7th-grader service project. Jewish tradition obligates us to pursue justice through our actions, our time, our talent and our resources. As a partner to the b'nai mitzvah year, the Tzedakah Project guides the students through multiple steps to investigate, study, and collaborate to be part of the change in the world.