YES! I want to help AmazingJews.org carry out its mission to enlighten the world, including the world’s Jews, about the extraordinary achievements and contributions of the Jewish People.
Please complete the brief form below. We will not share your information with anyone without your permission.
Suggested Support Pledges
A Support Pledge in any amount will help us spread the word about AmazingJews.org. Your generosity will make a difference for the Jewish People!
Note: Project Star of David is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization. Your donation may be tax-deductible — consult with your tax advisor.
When you fulfill a Support Pledge of $50 or more, you'll be eligible to have up to four in memoriam listings on the website’s “Of Blessed Memory” page (this is optional).
They may be relatives or friends, Jewish or non-Jewish.
Your listings will stay up on the website for a year. You may renew them for the following year by making and fulfilling another Support Pledge.
FUN QUIZ ANSWERS
NAME THAT JEW! ANSWER
Golda Meir (May 3, 1898 — Dec. 8, 1978)
If you’ve already subscribed, please disregard this.
Inventor of the mobile phone, “Father of the Internet,” inventor of the video game cosole, inventor fo the laser, inventor of the gramophone, creator of the Barbie Doll, creator of the cruise ship, “Father of Immunology,” inventor fo the modern condom (!), a prime minister of the U.K., a three-time prime minister of France, a president of Switzerland and the primary financier of the American Revolution?
We knew you could guess… all of them are (or were) Jews!
To learn about these and many more AmazingJews, watch a compilation put together by JewOfTheWeek.net in 2015 and posted on YouTube. >>
Although Jews are less than two-tenths of one percent of the world’s population, more than 20% of Nobel Prize winners have been Jewish. Source: Google
Millions and millions of people worldwide have been spared the ravages of poliomyelitis — including paralysis and even death — thanks to research conducted by Jewish scientist Dr. Jonas Salk and his team. The Salk vaccine entered widespread use in the U.S. in 1955. Source: Wikipedia
The words “…give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses…” on the Statue of Liberty were written by Emma Lazarus, a Jew. Source: BuzzFeed
Levi Strauss, an immigrant from Germany, invented his blue jeans in 1873. Source: BuzzFeed
Israel has the third highest rate of entrepreneurship in the world. It has the highest rate of entrepreneurship among women and people over 55 in the world. Source: BuzzFeed