Your generous gifts to Beth Emet enhance the ways we experience our Jewish lives and make a difference in the quality of our programs and services.
Gifts to Beth Emet are also a wonderful way to celebrate friends and family on birthdays, anniversaries, and life cycle moments, as well as a meaningful way to honor the memory of loved ones.
Beth Emet’s annual Mitzvah Appeal campaign puts the “fun” in fundraising with a series of events that not only bring the community together but provide significant funds that support our annual operations.
From a Sunday brunch with U.S. Representative (and Beth Emet member) Jan Schakowsky to whiskey tasting to music-filled events, this has become an important part of our programming year. No gift is too small or too large, and all are significant ways to support our community.
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We all make decisions during our life that reflect our values and making a legacy gift by including Beth Emet in your estate plan is a powerful way to put your values into action beyond your lifetime. By including Beth Emet in your planning, you ensure the vitality of our congregation’s future and support our commitment to the community and Jewish people.
For more information on how to include Beth Emet in your estate planning, contact Bekki Harris Kaplan.
Donations are also a meaningful way to say thank you for support or blessings, or to simply offer thanks.
There are many ways to support Beth Emet and make an impact on our stability and future.
Donate online through MyBethEmet (our community portal). Whether you are a member or new to our community, everyone can make a donation.
Members: for login information, please contact the office.
Donating by phone is fast and comes with a friendly phone call! Call 847-869-4230 ext. 0
Donating by mail is easy! Let us know how you wish to direct your donation and whether we should send an acknowledgment. You can send a check to:
Beth Emet — The Free Synagogue
Evanston, IL 60202
Donate appreciated stock. Contact Bekki Kaplan for routing information.