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This is a Defining Moment for AJC and the Jewish community. Anti-Semitism is rising, particularly in Europe. Israel faces assaults over its very legitimacy. Your donation allows AJC to meet this moment. And thanks to generous donors, any gift you make through December 31, 2014 will be matched up to a total of $100,000.

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Please note that banking regulations require us to only accept single gifts of up to $25,000. If you wish to make a gift greater than this amount, please do so in multiple payments. We apologize for this inconvenience.

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If the aggregate of your giving to AJC this year amounts to $10,000 or above, you are eligible for AJC's National Leadership Council.

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