Swidler Legacy Circle
Barbara & Howard A. Cohen
Richard Daniel Drummond^
Nancy E. Krody
Rebecca Kratz Mays
The Swidler Legacy Circle was formally launched in 2018 in honor of Professor Leonard Swidler (pictured at left) and in memory of his late wife, Arlene Anderson Swidler.*
The Circle represents a community of faithful and generous donors who have made a significant commitment—through a one-time gift of $5,000 or more (or recurring gifts of at least $1,000 annually, totaling $5,000 or more), and/or a planned gift—to support the ongoing work and impact of the Dialogue Institute and Journal of Ecumenical Studies. To help sustain global interfaith, intercultural scholarship, programming and grassroots dialogue training well into the future.
If you would like to discuss a gift toward membership in the Swidler Legacy Circle or have any questions, please contact Tim Emmett-Rardin, Director of Marketing & Development, at 215.204.7570 or email@example.com. Click here to make a secure online donation.
* Len and Arlene co-founded the Journal of Ecumenical Studies in 1964, and Len founded the Dialogue Institute in 1978 (and remains President)