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Membership/Partnership

Membership/Partnership

Chabad of Scottsdale-Partnership/Membership

We are just a few weeks away before the new year, Rosh Hashana. Below is a partnership/membership form. If you are already a member of Chabad, or would like to become a member, please fill out the form.
CHABAD is more then just a Synagogue, Chabad is the leader and pioneer in reaching out to Jews of all backgrounds especially the non affilliated.

Your support will directly affect the quality of our Jewish community.

We have an open door policy. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.

If you do not attend Chabad, please consider us worthy of your Tzedakah - as we approach the High Holidays. Your support is greatly needed. Much of the social and religious work we do benefits people who are unaffiliated with the organized Jewish community.

In the merit of your support may G‑d grant you a year of health, prosperity, and nachas from your loved ones.

Thank you for your support.

Wishing you a happy and healthy sweet new year,


Harris Weisman
Nate Sachs


Chabad of Scottsdale-Partnership/Membership

Personal Information
Name Last Name
Email address Phone

Membership Partners

Member

$1,800 + $200 Building Fund

Trustee

$54,000 = Three thousand times chai
Single

$1,200 + $180 Building Fund or $115 monthly

Founder

$36,000 = Twice chai, in this world and the world to come
Young and Just Starting Out $770 or $65 monthly Pillar
$26,000 = G-D's Name

Tzedaka

Diamond $12,000 One thousand per tribe
Chai Club

Platinum
$7,200 Four hundred times chai
Gold $5,400 Three hundred times chai

If you are a student, senior citizen or cannot afford the regular membership, we offer other participation opportunities.
Payment:
One Time Payment
Quarterly Payment

Monthly Payment





CC Type Card Number
Billing Address City, State, Zip
Charge Amount Exp Date
CVV


Check

Mail to:

Chabad of Scottsdale
10215 N. Scottsdale Rd.
Scottsdale AZ 85253

Note

Please note! Pledges made when called to the Torah, during Yizkor, Bar/Bat Mitzvot, and other personal pledges made during the Jewish Holidays are not recorded in the Shul computer. If you have made any of these pledges during the past year, please remember to keep your commitment.

"More than the Tzedakah does for the recipient, it does for the donor"
Vayikra-Rabba 34:10

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