Alumni Giving

Supporting Weber through ALEF Fund is just like donating money to Weber and it won't cost you anything. The ALEF Fund allows you to redirect the Georgia state taxes you would usually pay, up to $1000 per person or $2500 per couple, to Weber instead of the state of Georgia. 
This is how it works - Apply for your ALEF Fund tax credit and designate Weber to receive these funds. Then, when you file your taxes, the state of Georgia will refund you whatever amount you paid to The ALEF Fund.

You can even put your payment on a credit card and get points to use for personal travel or shopping. Your donation helps Weber and helps you! Everybody wins!
Want an interest-free loan until your refund arrives? Email Jewish Interest Free Loan and request information about the ALEF loan program that's available to all ALEF Fund participants.

Ways to Give

List of 7 items.

  • The Weber Fund

    Your investment in The Weber Fund ensures we can continue to provide educational excellence and a COVID-safe learning environment for our students, faculty, and staff.

    Click here to contribute to The Weber Fund.
  • ALEF Fund

    With your purchase of State of Georgia Tax credits, The ALEF Fund provides scholarships for students who wish to attend The Weber School, allowing you to support Weber at virtually no cost to you.

  • Shop for Weber!

    The Weber School participates in several passive fundraising programs that earn money for the school.

    Click here to Shop for Weber!
  • Tribute/Memorial Gifts

    Tribute and Memorial gifts are a thoughtful way to celebrate a special person's life.

    Where do I make a gift in honor or memory of a loved one or friend?
  • Stock Gifts: Appreciated Securities

    Gifts of stock qualify for a federal income-tax deduction for the full fair-market value of the securities and allow you to avoid long-term capital-gain tax on appreciated stock.
    To make a stock transfer, you may use the following information"
    Brokerage Firm: Morgan Stanley
    Account Name: The Weber School
    Account Number: 396035262088
    DTC 0015
  • Planned Gifts

    Many families and friends of Weber consider including the school in their estate plans, assuring the school will have the financial resources required to continue to provide a first-rate education--anchored with a commitment to Jewish values--for generations of future students.
    There are several options for making a planned gift, including:
    • Bequests
    • Life Insurance
    • IRA rollovers
    • Charitable Remainder Trusts
    • Charitable Lead Trusts
    • Charitable Gift Annuities
    You may specify that your gift as unrestricted to allow it to be used where needed most, or directed to a particular fund (including an endowed fund) or project.
  • Endowments

    The Weber School’s endowment is comprised of separately named endowed funds. Each fund serves as an enduring tribute to the person/s in whose name the fund is established, and as a way to endorse and support the school on a permanent basis. Gifts to an endowed fund are not spent, but rather, they are invested, with only a portion of the fund’s growth used each year to support its stated purpose. In this way, endowments provide a perpetual stream of income and support the School’s long-term stability.

    Click here for The Weber School’s Endowed Funds.


List of 3 members.

  • Paul Ginburg 

    Associate Head of School, Chief Advancement Officer
    404-917-2500, ext. 103
  • Nicole Rodriguez 

    Advancement & Admissions Manager
    404-917-2500, ext. 130
  • Danielle Samuels 

    Director of Marketing and Alumni Relations
    404-917-2500, ext. 136
The Weber School, a Jewish Community high school serving students from all Jewish backgrounds, prepares students for success in college and in life with comprehensive academic and co-curricular programs that inspire student exploration, leadership, and Jewish social consciousness. Many of our programs and academies are unique to Weber and can't be found at any other Atlanta-area high schools.

The Felicia Penzell Weber Jewish Community High School admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.