2018 B'nai Havurah Membership Renewal

2018 B'nai Havurah Membership Renewal Pledge

Thank you for choosing B’nai Havurah as your Reconstructionist community!

We depend on the financial support of each of our members to open our doors every day.  Revenue from dues funds approximately half of our budgeted expenses, including our mortgage, payroll, religious school, and programming needs.

Your dues commitment guides us in creating a realistic budget for the coming year. Therefore, it is important that we hear from you no later than January 15, 2018.

Please complete your online membership for 2018 below. If you would rather download, print and mail or email your renewal form in please click here for a printable formm

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If we do not hear from you by February 28, 2018, we will renew your membership at the level you paid in 2017 and will send you an invoice for the full amount.  You may contact us to make payment arrangements.

 

B’nai Havurah does not deny anyone the opportunity to be a member due to financial hardship or other circumstances preventing them from paying full dues.  No matter what you are able to pay, we appreciate your dues and remind all members that dues payments may be spread over 10 months, quarterly, or semi-annually. 

THE OTHER HALF - OUR ANNUAL FUND (not necessary for those seeking dues accommodation).

Your gift to The Other Half represents a vital portion of our annual budget and makes a significant difference in our continued success.  Membership dues alone do not support all of the programs and services that are important to our community. Please consider making a gift to The Other Half.

TIKKUN OLAM HALF SHEKEL CONTRIBUTION:  Tikkun Olam is the imperative to repair the world, so that it reacts to the divine values of Justice (tzedek), Compassion (chesed), and Peace (shalom).

B’nai Havurah maintains an active Tikkun Olam Committee that addresses social ills, such as hunger, homelessness, disease, abuse, and oppression.  Funds raised from YOUR donation to Tikkun Olam provide grants to a number of causes and social action initiatives.  Examples of recent grant recipients include the B’nai Havurah Religious School scholarship fund, Kavod on the Road, Place Bridge Academy, Sierra Leone Ebola Relief, Jewish Family Service school supplies project, and Habitat Interfaith Alliance.

The recommended contribution per member 13 years of age or older is $18.  Please indicate your donation, below:

Please select a payment options below.

Payment Options:  

You are welcome to schedule your own payments monthly, quarterly, and semi-annually. And, though not required, you may also pay in full at the time the form is completed or may schedule a date when you will pay in full.

A. If you select the first option below, we will contact you to discuss your payment options, frequency and add your pledge to your online account. 

B. If you opt to set up your own payments, this is how:

Once you proceed to the next page:

  1. Use the pull down menu and under   “pay this amount” select the frequency of your payments. Note- remember that all payments are due by October 31, 2017, unless you work out a different plan with the office.
  2. Under payment method, select, “bill to my account”. Remember, you need to be logged into your account to do this.

C. If would like to pay in full on a date of you choosing, this is how:

Once you proceed to the next page:

  1. Use the pull down menu and under “pay this amount” select  “once now” if you wish to pay on today's date
  2. Use the pull down menu and select,“once later” if you wish to pay in full on a later date. You will be asked to select the date when you would like to pay. Please note that payment in full is due by October 31, 2017 unless you made other arrangements with the office

 

 

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