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 Chris Benton.  You can inform the office of if you are participating in this program by completing the Amud (Pillars) Program form below. Thank you!

LEVELAMOUNTINCLUDES
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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