We greatly appreciate any support for the South African Jewish Museum in our efforts to secure and celebrate Jewish culture and heritage in South Africa.

Donations to the museum are used to make various projects possible. These include the SAJM Digital Archives, our Education Outreach Programme, temporary exhibitions and public events.   All projects aim to inform, educate and create appreciation for Jewish history and culture across a broad and diverse audience.

There are several ways in which you can contribute:

  1. You can make a direct bank deposit to the account below:

Name of Account: The Isaac and Jessie Kaplan Jewish Museum

Bank Name: Nedbank

Bank Address: Gardens Centre, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa

Account Number: 1010058916

BIC Number:  10100900

Swift Code: NEDSZAJJ


2. If you are based in the USA, you can mail a check to our 501(c) charity organisation in the USA.

Their details are as follows:

Friends of the South African Jewish Museum,

1385 S. Colorado Blvd, Suite A-602, Denver, Colorado 80222

Employer Identification Number 82-3340395


Please help us keep track of your donation by sending an email confirmation, with your name as reference, to debby@sajewishmuseum.co.za.

Thank you for your donation. We are sincerely grateful to you.


Support the SAJM Education Outreach Programme
  • Enter any amount from R 5,00 to R 10 000,00

The Programme

The SAJM Education Outreach Programme is designed to support the Grades 5- 6 Life Skills, and Grades 7 Life Orientation Curricula and provide learners with an opportunity to develop life skills and knowledge through interactive, informative, and experiential learning. In keeping with curriculum requirements, the programme includes active learning, dialogue, and critical thinking. It has been enthusiastically endorsed by the Chief Curriculum Advisors in the Western Cape Education Department.

The programme aims to create an understanding, gain knowledge and an appreciation of religious and cultural diversity within our society, to appreciate the commonalities between different cultural and religious groups and to respect the dignity, rights and values of people from different religions and cultures.