The Kenyon College Ark, designed and built by Gambier artists Audrey Fenigstein and Jack Esslinger, dedicated December 23, 2007.

The Kenyon College Ark, designed and built by Gambier artists Audrey Fenigstein and Jack Esslinger, dedicated December 23, 2007.

Our donors inspire us with their kindness and support. We want to specially acknowledge our two lead donors. Knox County resident Susan Ramser generously donated the property where the cemetery is located. A grant from the Richard and Arline Landers Foundation of Mansfield, Ohio, provided funds to establish the site.

We welcome donations of any amount to advance our efforts to maintain the cemetery. Donations will support site improvements and the building of an endowment for ongoing maintenance and JCS activities. All donations are fully tax deductible.

Checks for donations should be made out to the “Community Foundation,” with a notation in the memo for “JCS donation,“ and mailed to the Jewish Cemetery Society, P.O. Box 54, Gambier, OH 43022. Please include contact information so we may acknowledge your donation.

If the terms of your donation require direct deposit to the Community Foundation, please mail your check to The Community Foundation of Mount Vernon & Knox County, 1 S. Main Street, Mount Vernon, OH 43050. Donors should request that a copy of the transmittal letter go to JCS. For additional information about the Community Foundation contact Sam Barone, Executive Director, at sbarone@mvkcfoundation.org or 740-392-3270.

 

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