Support Milken's Future

Through the vision and generosity of our donors, a strong endowment ensures that future generations benefit from Milken’s extraordinary academic and signature programs. Each student at our School receives an enriching Jewish education that yields immeasurable rewards throughout their lifetime. When we secure this opportunity, we sustain our mission for young minds to come.

Your generous gift supports our students today and in the future.

To make an endowment gift, please click here.

-Nurit Robin, Alumni Parent & Trustee

If you want to help produce the next generation of literate and thoughtful Jews, and you have the ability to make a difference, we think the dividends are immeasurable.

Milken's Endowment Funds

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Frequently Asked Questions

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  • What is an endowment?

    An endowment is a pool of invested funds, typically sourced from charitable donations, which provides returns or ongoing income for a designated purpose or for general operating support. 
  • How does the endowment benefit Milken Community School?

    Milken’s endowment is designed to keep the principal amount intact while using investment income to support annual operations. Preserving the principal provides a perpetual source of income for the school, helping Milken to thrive well into the future.
  • How does Endowment differ from the Annual Fund?

    Annual Fund donations supplement the School's operating budget and are only used during the fiscal year the gift was made. Endowment funds are invested to preserve the principal for the future. Investment income is used to supplement the annual operating budget.
  • What is the value of Milken’s endowment?

    As of June 2022, the market value of Milken’s endowment was approximately $13 million.
  • Who sets the endowment policy?

    The school’s Finance Committee develops endowment policy for approval by the Board of Trustees.
  • Why do some funds have names on them?

    Like many non-profit organizations, Milken Community School offers its most generous endowment donors the opportunity to name a designated endowment fund after themselves or individuals they may wish to honor.
  • How can I name a fund?

    Milken Community School offers its most generous endowment donors the opportunity to designate a name for a fund. Donors making gifts of $100,000 or more may direct their contribution to an existing fund or establish a new endowed fund for a specific purpose.
  • Can I create an endowment through my estate?

    Yes, a charitable bequest to Milken can be designated for the endowment. Contact our office to learn more at 310.440.3510.
  • Who invests the funds?

    Milken’s endowment is managed by external investment advisors overseen by the Finance Committee and the Board of Trustees.
  • Who should I contact to make a gift or if I have more questions?

    You can make a secure donation online, visit our Endowment form page here. For other gift options, please contact Alexandra Kadoche, Associate Director of Development, at

Office of Development

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    Daniel Spiegel 

    Associate Head of School for External Relations
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    Alexandra Kadoche 

    Director of Development
  • Photo of Ross D. Mankuta

    Ross D. Mankuta 

    Director of Alumni Relations & Advancement

Ways to Give

Online Complete the giving form on this page.
Mail Send checks payable to Milken Community School, 15800 Zeldins’ Way Los Angeles, CA 90049
Phone Call the Development office 310.440.3510
Wire Transfer Wire funds directly to Milken Community School. Domestic Wire/ACH instructions here.  
Stocks & Appreciated Securities can be transferred to Milken Community School. Please click here for details. 

At Milken Community School, we think education is more than what you know. Our School, founded on Jewish values, is about who our children can become and how they can help others become who they might be. Because the world our children will create tomorrow is born in the School we build today, our mission is to educate our children so they can surpass us.
Non-discrimination Policy: Milken Community School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, financial aid, athletic, and other school-administered programs.