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In Judaism,
there is no word for charity.

Instead, we use the word tzedakah,
derived from the Hebrew word meaning
righteousness, justice or fairness.
Tzedakah is not a matter of choice.
It is the performance of a duty
– a sacred obligation –
and the highest of all commandments.

There are many ways to give to Har HaShem

One-time or recurring donations

Support Har HaShem’s work by making a contribution to a specific fund or the congregation’s overall operation. Dedicate the donation in honor or in memory of a friend or loved one. You can schedule the donation for the future or make it a recurring donation into the future. Make a donation now.

Dedications

You can support Har HaShem and honor a loved one at the same time.  

  • Dedicate a Prayerbook
  • Engrave a Memory at Har HaShem with our Pavers
  • Install a Memorial Plaque 

Find out more about these opportunities on our Dedications Page.

Donate stock or other assets

Donate appreciated securities or other assets, and you can claim the current value of the donation as a contribution and avoid capital gains taxes, too.

Download a stock donation form to send your broker.

Har HaShem Legacy Society

Remember Congregation Har HaShem with a gift in your will, trust, retirement plan or life insurance policy. 

Learn more about the Har HaShem Legacy Society.

Sun, September 22 2019 22 Elul 5779