Unrestricted Operating Support
A donation to this fund supports general museum expenditures.
Craig E. Wollner Exhibit Fund
OJM’s exhibits include community-based and traveling exhibits related to Jewish cultural heritage and fine art. Our exhibits are developed with the goal of engaging a diverse community, to provide opportunities for Jews and non-Jews alike to understand the Jewish experience as a paradigm for cultural survival and inter-cultural understanding.
OJM’s on and off-site education programs bring the rich and vibrant culture, stories, and traditions of Jewish communities in Oregon to the region’s schoolchildren.
OJM holds the world’s largest collection of documented and visual history of the Jews of Oregon. Our archive includes artifacts, fine art, photographs, records, and ephemeral material dating from 1850 to the present. Our research library is widely used by students, scholars, and the general public.
A donation to this fund supports the purchase of archival materials, artifacts, and fine art for the museum collection
OJM’s oral history project records the life experiences of everyday Jewish Oregonians.
Oregon Jewish Sound Archives
This special initiative is dedicated to preserving the work of Oregon’s Jewish composers and musicians.
OJM’s public programs include films, concerts, lectures, readings, and much more. Programs are often tied in to museum exhibits or events in the greater community.
Oregon Holocaust Memorial and Education Endowment
Funds distributed from the Oregon Holocaust Memorial and Education Endowment are restricted for Holocaust education and for the maintenance and repair of the Oregon Holocaust Memorial in Washington Park. Donations to the Endowment are held at the Oregon Jewish Community Foundation.
Shirley Gittelsohn Exhibit Fund For Oregon Jewish Artists
Donations to this fund support our endeavors to provide a robust exhibit schedule that includes the work of Oregon Jewish artists. The fund is named in honor of one of Oregon’s notable painters, Shirley Gittelsohn, who has been working in Oregon for more than five decades.
Oregon Jewish Museum Legacy Society
Legacy Society members make multi-year pledges to help establish a strong financial
foundation for OJM’s programs. For more information, please call or email Palma Corral, 503-226-3600,