Experience the Difference
This year, we are excited to launch our rebranded Annual Giving campaign: the Emery Difference Fund. This new name better reflects the fact that every gift received contributes to "the Emery Difference," ensuring our students learn and grow in a stimulating, joyful, inclusive community, unmatched by our peers. A gift to the Emery Difference Fund also offsets, quite literally, the difference between what tuition covers and the true cost of a uniquely-Emery education, increasing the breadth and depth of resources available for our students. You make a difference when you support the Emery Difference Fund. Thank you in advance for your generosity.  
If you have any questions or would like to talk with someone directly about making a gift, please call Ashley Matthews, Associate Director of Development at (832) 204-5900, ext. 188, or Rebecca Starr, Director of Advancement at (832) 204-5900, ext. 104.

The Emery/Weiner School appreciates the generous support of the Houston Jewish Community Foundation.

Emery Difference Fund Giving Levels

  • Rothschild Society - $100,000 (payable over four years)*
  • Golda's Circle - $50,000 (payable over four years)*
  • Gesher - $10,000*
  • Sanhedrin - $5,000*
  • Knesset - $2,000*
  • Chaverim - $500
  • Matana - $180
*invitation to Head of School Reception.

List of 4 members.

  • Photo of Rebecca Starr

    Ms. Rebecca Starr 

    Director of Advancement
    (832) 204-5900
    San Francisco State University - B.S.
    San Francisco State University - M.S.
  • Photo of Ashley Matthews

    Ms. Ashley Matthews 

    Associate Director of Development
    (832) 204-5900
    Texas Tech University - B.A
  • Photo of Melissa Borinski

    Ms. Melissa Borinski 

    Communications Associate
    (832) 204-5900
    University of Georgia - A.B.
    University of South Carolina - M.L.I.S.
  • Photo of Tammy Feldstein

    Ms. Tammy Feldstein 

    Development Associate
    (832) 204-5900
    University of Texas, Austin - B.A.

The Emery/Weiner School

A private, pluralistic Jewish, college-preparatory middle and high school serving grades 6-12. 
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