Reasons to donate
Your donation goes to the creation of Limmud AZ programs and planning. We are a 501(c)3 corporation under the auspices of the Women's Jewish Learning Center. AS a volunteer-run organization, 100 percent of your donation is directly applied to Limmud AZ programming and scholarships.
Here are three reasons to support Limmud AZ with a donation:
#1 WE'RE AN ALL VOLUNTEER-RUN ORGANIZATION
Limmud AZ is an independent non-profit organization, completely volunteer-run. Limmud AZ presenters are also volunteers who are paying to attend the conference. We rely on contributions from the community to help make the conference possible.
#2 WE ATTRACT A DIVERSE AUDIENCE, ALL ARE WELCOME TO PARTICIPATE
In an atmosphere where everyone is a teacher and a learner, the entire conference benefits when every community demographic is represented. Your contribution would make it possible for educators, students, young families, singles, and others to participate in Limmud AZ.
#3 YOUR DONATION SUPPORTS THOSE THAT CAN'T AFFORD THE COST OF REGISTRATION
Some people can afford to pay more than others. Your donated funds help those who can only afford to pay part of the registration fee to participate, present and volunteer.
ways to donate
Make a tax deductible donation online using PayPal.
DONATE BY CHECK
Please make payable to "Limmud AZ".
Send checks to:
10632 N. Scottsdale Rd. Suite B-584
Scottsdale, AZ 85254.
BECOME A COMMUNITY PARTNER
Any Temple or Organization who will promote Limmud AZ to their group will get recognition at event and can leave their literature on a community table.
$360 Donation - will receive 1/4 page ad in Limmud AZ Program Book, name on website, literature on community table and in Limmud AZ bags, recognition at event.
$500 Donation - will receive a 1/2 page ad in Limmud book, name on website, literature on community table and in Limmud AZ bags, recognition at event.
$1000 Donation - will receive a full page ad in Limmud book, name on website, literature on community table and in Limmud AZ bags, recognition at event.