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Donate to our 5783 / 2022 High Holiday Appeal

Last year coming out of the pandemic we thought our Appeal would be particularly challenging, but you responded with love and support for Kol Ami and our 5782 High Holiday Appeal was one of our most successful ever. Because of your generosity and concern for our spiritual home, we were able to keep our community connected and vibrant. With your help, we were able to provide pastoral care for members who needed our love as they dealt with illness and loss.

To meet the needs of our diverse and growing community we need to continue to invest in technology, staff, our building, and our safety—a safe and secure spiritual home in which to join as a community and proudly practice Judaism is more important now than ever.

The High Holiday Appeal is our effort to raise the crucial funds we need to meet our challenges. It begins with our High Holiday season and runs through the end of the calendar year. This is our major Appeal of the year and our annual call-to-action for every member to step up for Judaism like generations have before them. It is only through your generosity (donations large and small) that we can achieve our goals of spiritual fulfillment, cultural enrichment, exceptional educational and social justice programming, and enhancement of the way we all experience Jewish life.

As we begin 5783, we are as passionate about our present as we are about our future. This High Holiday season as we seek to restore ourselves and return to our commitment to Jewish life, let us invest in Kol Ami, our spiritual home, and make this Appeal bigger and better than ever so that we can be even more welcoming, safe, and innovative than ever before.

“Whoever practices charity and justice fills the world with loving kindness.” —Talmud: Sukkah

Todah Rabah and L’shana Tovah U’metukah! Thank you for your support. May you be inscribed for a good and sweet year!

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General Fund
Religious School Fund


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Tue, September 27 2022 2 Tishrei 5783