The greatest mitzvah is gemilut chasidim (acts of loving kindness). This you can do now by sponsoring a memorial brick marker honoring one of the hundreds of "Forgotten Children" at the Hebrew Charitable Burial Ground in Malden.
Our "brick-by-brick" memorial campaign is part of our $100,000 effort to restore this cemetery that was the primary site for indigent immigrant burials around the turn of the 19th century -- most of whom were children.
More than two-thirds of those buried here passed away less than 5 years old. Fewer than 10% have monuments or markers. The rest are in unmarked graves.
The JCAM Charitable Foundation is a 501 C(3) corporation. Donations for the Brick-by-Brick campaign
are fully tax deductible. Use the form below, or download a form to send with a check to our office.
Thank You For Your Support!
We appreciate our sponsors who help us with our mission to protect and enhance Jewish history through cemetery preservation. If you need help in any of these areas, click below to find information to reach them.
From advance need planning to cemetery and chapel services.
Bankers, and insurance specialists.
Monument design, installation and maintnenance.
Landscape design, maintenance and tree services.
Our wide network of community services.