Supporting IHC During the High Holy Days.
The last year and a half has been filled with uncertainty, especially about how IHC would be able to withstand the financial toll on our beloved synagogue and our amazing community. Many of you have stepped up to offer additional financial support to get us through these unprecedented times and we appreciate each and every one of you.
While we are not having our typical High Holy Day Appeal, we know that many of you would still like to continue to support IHC during the High Holy Days, knowing that your gift allows us to build our beloved community, continue to offer our imaginative programming, and ensures that we reduce monetary barriers to participation in our community. You know that making a financial gift is just one of the ways you can shows how important IHC is to your life and values. If you are so moved and are able, please make a gift.
If you are bringing family members or friends, who are not yet members, we ask that you make a contribution for each of them as well. For your convenience, you can make your gift on the online Ticket Request Form or using the ‘Give While Requesting Tickets’ button below. Use the ‘Give Without Requesting Tickets’ button if you do not plan to join us in person.
If you prefer to write a check, simply use the form in your High Holy Day Guide or click the ‘Donate by Check’ button below to download a new form to mail with your check.
Only with your help can we continue to do all that we do here at IHC. Thank you in advance for your ongoing support.
Feeding the Hungry.
Every year, during Yom Kippur, we read the words, “Is this not the fast I have chosen?”
But thousands in our own community do not choose their fast. They simply do not have enough food to eat.
At IHC, we understand it is our obligation to feed the hungry and one of our biggest hunger projects happens each year during the High Holy Days. This year, we ask you to make a gift to help support Second Helpings, an organization that has benefitted from the support and engagement of IHC congregants from its earliest beginnings. Second Helpings is led by Jennifer Vigran, a member of the IHC Family. She is a Sisterhood Past President, a former religious school teacher, and has served on many committees supporting IHC. Jennifer will be retiring from Second Helpings this High Holiday season after 11 years as its CEO.
This year, may the sound of the shofar call us to act on behalf of all who are hungry in our midst. Please make your gift to IHC’s High Holy Day Hunger Project with whatever way works best for you!