Please DonateDonations to the Tallahassee Jewish Food and Cultural Festival from generous businesses and individuals help to ensure the continuation of a vibrant new tradition in Jewish food and culture in the Tallahassee area.

Donations also mean that more of the proceeds from this unique celebration go to Temple Israel programs providing assistance to Tallahassee-Leon County nonprofits such as The Shelter, Elder Care Services and others that make our entire community a more compassionate one.

We have made it easy to donate to this excellent cause and invite you to do so in one of the following ways.

Pay By Check:

• If your business/organization wants to be an official 2017 festival sponsor (or if you are an individual or family donating $100 or more), please first review the sponsorship information and fill out the sponsorship application posted on this website in the "Become a Sponsor" link.

• If you are an individual donating less than $100, no sponsorship application is necessary –– and thank you; all amounts are needed and appreciated.

• Please make your check payable to Temple Israel; on the check's memo line, sponsors and individual donors of $100/more should put "2017 Festival Sponsor," while donors of less than $100 should indicate "Donation to 2017 Festival." Mail all checks to: Temple Israel, ATTN: 2017 Festival Sponsorships/Donations, 2215 Mahan Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32308.

Pay By Credit Card:

• Businesses who want to be a 2017 festival sponsor (and individual donors of $100/more) should first complete the sponsorship application posted here.

• All sponsors/donors of any amount who wish to pay by credit card should click here for our online donation form.

Questions about becoming a 2017 festival sponsor or simply making a donation? Please contact festival chairwoman April Katine at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. '; document.getElementById('cloak97626').innerHTML += ''+addy_text97626+'<\/a>'; //--> .

We're so grateful for your support (or as we also like to say, "todah rabah").