This course is brought to you in part from a grant from the D. Dan & Betty Kahn Foundation, but we also ask that people who aren't members of the Congregation give what you can as a suggested donation to help offset the costs of staff and instructor labor, and to ensure that programs like this can continue to exist for the future. No one will be turned away for lack of funds or individually solicited for a donation.
**All are welcome to participate whether they've contributed or not.**
We ask that you contribute $10 per session or make a lump sum contribution of $36 that pays for a whole four-week course. Some things to think about when considering a donation:
- A $10 contribution is the equivalent to paying for a modest meal and drink for your instructor. L'chaim!
- In this time of pandemic, the financial situation of lecturers is especially precarious.
- Giving more than $10 helps to make to this program accessible who can't afford to contribute for a donation. We ask that, those with the means to do so - especially people of higher economic class - give more than the suggested rate.
- Clarifying the relationship between $$$ and labor is a vital practice of pursuing economic justice within our community.
You may donate by sending a PayPal contribution in the form below. Thank you for your continued support of our congregation!