Major Stuart Adam Wolfer Institute

July 2011 

 Major Stuart Adam Wolfer Institute

 The Institute seeks to increase awareness of the sacrifices of U.S. service men and women make on our behalf each and every day, through educational programs at schools, communities and religious institutions.

Organization Description:
 On April 6, 2008 Major Stuart Adam Wolfer was killed in the Green Zone, Baghdad, Iraq.  The Wolfer family will not allow Stuart's voice to be silenced.  The Major Stuart Adam Wolfer Institute (MSAWI) was established so that his legacy of leadership, commitment to his country and community service will continue to live on and to inspire future generations of children, adults and leaders.

The Institute is committed to supporting U.S. troops stationed overseas and domestically.  The Institute seeks to directly involved the community in its mission so that those of us at home give of our most precious resource, our time.


How Can I Help? 
Support-Our-Troops - Show the Troops you support them by writing personal cards accompanied by "sweet treats", personal care and/or entertainment items.  Care packages can also be geared toward an upcoming Jewish holiday, such as Rosh Hashanah, Chanukah, Purim, Passover or Shabbat.
Cell Phones for Soldiers - collecting and recycling used/non-working cell phones.  This initiative turns the funds received from the recycling company into prepaid calling cards for troops to use to call home.
Educational Programs - Bar/Bat Mitzvah projes; School & Mitzvah/Community Service Day Programs

Contact Person: Beverly Wolfer-Nerenberg
Address: Cathedral Station, P.O. Box 975 New York, NY 10025
Phone: (917) 882-4089