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Congregation Ohr HaTorah is a Modern Orthodox congregation in the heart of Atlanta, GA that is built upon the following core values: Torat Yisrael (a strong commitment to Torah and Halacha), Mishpacha (family), Bayit (our spiritual home), Or Amim (engaging with the modern world through Torah and tradition), Ahavat Yisrael (sharing a love for the Jewish people), and Medinat Yisrael (support for the State of Israel).  

Ohr HaTorah offers a full range of services, classes, and programs including daily and weekly prayer services, Torah study and educational opportunities, Chesed, youth programming, and social programs for all age groups.  

Your generosity enables our shul to provide a rich assortment of programs, services, and events that are vital to our congregation and community. Thank you for your partnership and helping sustain our Ohr HaTorah community! 

OHT is a tax-exempt, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. Tax ID 58-2159691. 


Donating online is easy! Open the Donation Form, select your donation type, and submit! Available donation types include:

General Donations: 
General Donation FundAliyah DonationChumash SponsorSiddur SponsorEruv FundIn Memorial ofYahrtzeit / Yizkor Donation

Kiddush & Seudah Shlishit:
Main Kiddush SponsorHashkama Kiddush SponsorDolores Barkin Arnovitz Hashkama Kiddush FundSeudah Shlishit SponsorKiddush Club Donation

Youth Programming:
Esther Goldman Bat Mitzvah FundFamily Kabbalat Shabbat SponsorParent Child Learning SponsorShabbat Groups SponsorTot Shabbat SponsorJunior Minyan Kiddush SponsorTeen Minyan Kiddush SponsorTNT SponsorYouth Development Initiative

Rabbi's Funds:
Rabbi's Discretionary FundMishna Yomit Sponsor, Rabbi's Sermon Sponsorship

Women's Programming:
Women's Torah & Tefillah SponsorYoetzet Halahcha Donation

OHT Building Funds:
Building FundSecurity FundPlayground Fund



Checks payable to Ohr HaTorah can be mailed to:

Ohr HaTorah of Toco Hills, Inc. 
2056 Lavista Road
Atlanta, GA 30329



Many employers will match charitable contributions made by their employees, employee spouses, or retirees. It’s an easy way to boost your contribution to Ohr HaTorah! Some employers may also offer Matching Time programs which allow companies to donate a specified amount for every volunteer hour submitted. If you have any questions, please contact your organization’s support team or the shul office ( for assistance.



Include Ohr HaTorah in your annual charitable giving by recommending a grant! We accept all donor advised funds including Fidelity, Charles Schwab, Vanguard, Atlanta Jewish Foundation, and many more! The AJF provides a great FAQ on their website here.

A donor-advised fund (DAF) acts as your personal charitable fund from which you can make charitable distributions to the non-profit organizations of your choice. Contributions to DAFs are tax-deductible at the time made, but donors can defer deciding which specific organizations to support with these funds to a later date.  

Checks payable to OHT can be mailed to: 

Ohr HaTorah of Toco Hills, Inc.  
2056 LaVista Road 
Atlanta, GA 30329 

Ohr HaTorah is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization. Tax ID: 58-2159691. Please include your name and address for gift acknowledgment purposes.



Support your Congregation and make a bigger impact by donating long-term appreciated securities, including stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, directly to Ohr HaTorah. Compared with donating cash or selling your appreciated securities and contributing the after-tax proceeds, you may be able to automatically increase your gift and your tax deduction.  

Example: Samuel and Adina want to donate $50,000 to Ohr HaTorah. After comparing the options for donating cash versus appreciated securities, they learned they will benefit a tax savings of $10,710 by gifting appreciated securities.  

  Selling Securities and Donating the Proceeds  Donating Appreciated Securities 
Original Cost of Securities1 $5,000 $5,000
Current Value of Securities2 $50,000 $50,000
Federal Long-Term Capital Gains Rate3 23.8% 23.8%
Long-Term Capital Gains Tax Paid -$10,710 $0
Charitable Contribution / Charitable Deduction $39,290 $50,000
Additional Amount Dedicated to Charity $0 $10,710

1Total cost basis of shares is the amount of money you have invested in the shares of a particular fund or individual security. It represents the basic dollar amount that, when compared to the price at which you sell your shares, tells you how much of a capital gain or loss you have realized.  
2Amount of the proposed donation is the fair market value of the appreciated securities held more than one year that you are considering donating. 
3This assumes all realized gains are subject to the maximum federal long-term capital gains tax rate of 20% and the Medicare surtax of 3.8%. This does not take into account state or local taxes, if any.  

How Do I Donate Appreciated Securities? 

The process is simple! For instructions on donating appreciated securities, please contact the shul office ( for assistance.

Important Notes: 
The information on this form is not intended to represent legal or tax advice or to substitute for such advice. Individuals should consult with their financial advisor and/or accounting on all legal and tax matters. Ohr HaTorah retains the right to sell the securities after they have been transferred into our account. 

Sat, July 20 2024 14 Tammuz 5784