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Thank YOU to everyone that supported us on GiveUNC Day!

Private support makes everything single thing we do possible – from our academic programs, to fellowships and grants to our students and faculty, to our extensive community events programming. We are excited to continue to expand our programming and service to the community. Thank you again!

March 26, 2024


Double Your Impact TODAY: generous Advisory Board members will match all gifts to the Center dollar for dollar up to $20,000!


Tuesday, March 26, 2024, is UNC-Chapel Hill’s day of giving!


Everything we do is made possible by private support, and gifts at all levels make a lasting impact on our students, faculty and community programming. As a friend of the Carolina Center for Jewish Studies, we hope you will consider making your gift to support the Center during this one-day event. Your gift will benefit from this matching gift so it will make twice the impact on the Center and our student, faculty and community members.



GiveUNC is Carolina’s annual day of giving where Tar Heels near and far come together for 24 hours to show their support for UNC.

The Center has had a remarkable trajectory of growth since it was established at Carolina, and the Center continues to strengthen and expand its academic, research and programming initiatives for students, faculty and the general public.

With your help, we can make our third decade stronger than ever.All of us at the Center are extremely thankful for the alumni and friends whose generosity and unwavering support has enabled us to create this thriving Center.

Please donate today and your gift will be matched dollar-for-dollar, doubling your impact!



Read our letter to friends of the Center.


Learn more about the Center:

Photo by J. Haberman.
  • Hear from Hania, a current sophomore, on the impact of the Huqoq study abroad experience and the importance of undergraduate research support from the Center. (Shown in top photo.)
  • View the video that Hania made for undergraduates
  • Learn about our affiliated graduate students with our Emerging Scholars lecture series:

  • Hear from our former graduate student, Robin, on the importance of private support for grad students. (Shown in bottom photo) and a group of Grad Students that shared their experiences with the Center.





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