MAZON Relies on Public Support in Its Efforts to End Hunger



Rabbi Jonathan Z. Maltzman has overseen the Kol Shalom synagogue in Rockville, Maryland, for over 15 years. Beyond his day-to-day activities as a religious leader, Jonathan Maltzman has supported the pursuits of several organizations, including MAZON, a nonprofit that works to end hunger in the United States and Israel.

Those who would like to support MAZON and its various initiatives to help those facing food insecurity can get involved with the organization in a variety of ways. In addition to accepting one-time monetary donations online, by phone, and through traditional mail, MAZON oversees a sustaining donor program that enables individuals to make automatic monthly donations via credit/debit card or a checking account.

Other ways to support the organization financially include gifts of appreciated stock, planned giving strategies, and fundraisers. MAZON makes it easy to host fundraisers by providing ideas and support for campaigns that can be organized around various community events, including garage sales, bake sales, and craft fairs.

In addition to providing financial support, those interested in advancing MAZON’s work can take action by getting involved in the organization’s various advocacy campaigns. Currently, MAZON is focused on protecting funding for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), which helps millions of Americans feed their families. For more information about MAZON and the ways you can support its work, visit