Every one of us has been touched by Susan’s spirit, her hope, and her outreach for peace among us all.
— Reverend Gail Lewis (Williamsville Interfaith Clergy)

Susan was a leader in the interfaith movement and committed to cross-cultural dialogue and coexistence. Susan viewed all people as individuals regardless of culture, religion, race or belief and honored the shared humanity between us all. Wherever there was an opportunity for healing between peoples, Susan led the way. The Susan Wehle Fund provides support for organizations and individuals working towards these ideals.

We are honoring Susan's legacy through the organizations that we support

The Susan Wehle Fund supports the following non-profit organizations dedicated to equality, liberty and justice:


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Susan A. Wehle Cantorial Scholarship

The Susan Wehle Fund has established the Susan Wehle Cantorial Scholarship through the Aleph Foundation to further what Susan started as the first female cantor ordained through the Jewish Renewal Movement. Each year, a student accepted to the Aleph cantorial program with financial need will receive the assistance necessary to pursue this passion to complete the training and bring its wisdom back to their communities. We are confident that the recipients of this scholarship will create positive change in their communities and the world. 

To learn more about this opportunity, please visit the following site: https://aleph.org/endowment