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Do you want to explore Jewish heritage, traditions and wisdom? Do you want to feel empowered in your spirituality? I founded Keeping It Sacred as the place to do that, and you are welcome here. Our acronym, KITS, honors my beloved grandmother, Fruma Kit Endler, who died at the age of 100 this past June.
Here, you can become a member of the community by subscribing to the newsletter which shares the latest information on all of our programming -- consider this your official invitation to all that we offer.
Did I mention that we are committed to providing accessible experiences, so our programs are free. Meaningful donations of any amount by those who value this concept are most welcome and appreciated- it’s what fuels the work.
All are welcome. That means you, your Jewish and non -Jewish friends, and family. Everyone who would like to participate in the exploration of ancient Jewish texts and rituals made relevant today, anyone wanting to benefit from the wisdom of the ancient sacred wisdom.
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Every member of this community is a valued part of the whole.
Membership starts simply by signing up for the newsletter email list. From there, folks may choose to contribute what they can to build this community in terms of:participation in programs, sharing of knowledge, skills and connections, and, where possible, financial support.
In every case, everyone who builds this community is greatly appreciated.
Your generous support helps Keeping It Sacred:
Unlock access to learning the wisdom of ancient texts
Create authentic, empowered community
Reach out to our interfaith neighbors and friends
Create a community that effects positive social change
Financial contributions large and small help us reach many more in our community and uphold the value that no one should be turned away from our learning programs due to lack of funds. Please become a supporter of our work through a gift that is meaningful to you. We are so grateful for your commitment and generosity.
"Anyone who performs charity and justice, it is as though they have filled the whole world in its entirety with kindness."
(Babylonian Talmud, Sukkah 49b).
If you are able to offer financial support, please consider a contribution towards our wish list:
General Support: Helps maintain our general operating budget which funds things like music licenses, our zoom subscription, and generally keep KITS running. ($180)
Website: Enables us to host and maintain our website. ($300)
Visiting Torah: Allows us to enjoy use of a kosher Torah during the High Holy Days. ($500)
Partnerships: Enables us to partner with key organizations and speakers who are mission-aligned. ($800)
Internships: Enables us to host paid interns. ($1200)
Curricular Development: Supports our development of accessible, relevant, and empowering curriculum. ($2400)
Musicians: Elevates our services with musical accompaniment. ($6000)
If you'd prefer to bypass the above form, you may choose to:
Contribute via Venmo at @keepingitsacred
Contribute via PayPal linked here: paypal.me/keepingitsacred
Contribute via Zelle at email@example.com
or send a check to:
Keeping It Sacred
27068 La Paz Rd. #781
Aliso Viejo, CA 92656
THANK YOU for your MEANINGFUL GIFT!
With hopes of healing for all those suffering with COVID-19
“The more tzedakah/charity, the more shalom/wholeness.”
(Pirkei Avot 2:7).
We know it’s important to you that your donation is making a difference. It’s important to us, too. That’s why we work hard to provide you with transparency and share the impact of your generosity. Every June, we invite our donors to review our books to learn more about how our spending reflects our values.
Feel welcome to contact Rabbi Miller to learn more about the financials of Keeping It Sacred.
And, dive deeper into our work with our Annual Reports found HERE.