Amud (Pillars) Program

Contributions to the Amud (Pillars) Program help offset the shortfall between dues and expenses.

If you have any questions about the Amud Progam, IMG_6314please contact email hidden; JavaScript is required.  You can inform the office of if you are participating in this program by completing the Amud (Pillars) Program form below. Thank you!

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Patron (Level Aleph)$600 Above Dues includes:Men’s Club, Sisterhood & Youth dues, & 1 Enjoy book
Donor (Level Bet)$1,200 Above Dues includes:all of the above, + 5% off Judaica Shop
Contributors (Level Gimel)$1,800 Above Dues includes:all of the above, + 10% off Judaica Shop
Sponsors (Level Dalet)$2,400 Above Dues includes:all of the above, + 15% off Judaica Shop
Pillars (Level Hay)$4,800 Above Dues includes:all of the above, + 2 Enjoy books & Friday Night Oneg
Sustaining (Level Hay)$7,200 Above Dues includes:all of the above, + a Leaf on the Giving Tree and 10 donations to the fund of your choice
Chair/Life (Level Zayin)$10,000 Above Dues includes:all of the above, + 1 reserved parking space for the High Holy Day & 2 additional High Holy Day seats

 

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