Donations

Ways to Give

Kehillat Israel relies on the generosity of its congregants to sustain our vibrant community. There are many ways to provide assistance in our temple community, as we offer volunteer and financial opportunities to assist in maintaining the large variety of programs in our congregation. Contributions can be made to honor a loved one, pay tribute to someone special, or mark a special occasion. We appreciate the strong donor support that allows us to thrive L'dor vaDor, from generation to generation.

There are many ways that you can show your support for our congregation. For more information, please click on the links below:

 

 

KI’s 2013-14 Commitment to Community campaign is our major campaign of the year. It is designed to consolidate our fundraising efforts and attain a goal of 100% congregant participation. Through this campaign we will be able to maintain full funding of the important programs that serve the needs of our community.


To make your commitment to community gift online, click here.

Click here to see all who have participated.

Tribute Gifts

Donate to a Designated Fund

Kehillat Israel can help you commemorate a friend or loved one, or celebrate a special occasion such as a wedding, B’nai Mitzvah, yahrtzeit, birthday or holiday. For an $18-minimum tax deductible contribution, tribute gifts are a thoughtful and easy way to honor someone and support KI. Please advise us if you want your tribute gift to be designated to a special fund, including the Tikkun Olam Funds, Education Funds or Clergy Funds. We will send a card to the recipient acknowledging your gift in their honor. We mail tribute cards promptly, and send donors separate gift acknowledgments. The donation amount is not disclosed to the tribute recipient.

To make a tribute gift online, click here

For information about ways to contribute to KI, please contact Executive Director, Marca Gay at 424.214.7451.

Yahrzeit Name Plaques

"May their souls be bound up in the bond of eternal life."

Tree of Life

A way to Honor.
A way to say Thanks.

Pet Memorial Wall

“The sign of a tzadik (righteous person) is concern for the welfare of animals.” -Talmud