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The Mitzvah Circle is the highest level of Annual Giving that unlocks our treasury of spiritual, communal, social, educational, and philanthropic programs and makes them available to the entire KI community each year. To learn more about the Mitzvah Circle, click here.


Every year, we count on the members of our congregation to go above and beyond their membership dues to support all of the activities, programs, and events that make KI the vibrant community that it is today and all that it can be in the year to come. To learn more about Annual Giving, click here.

ki Endowment FUND

If you were at the Tribute Dinner honoring Rabbi Reuben then you witnessed the exciting kick off our $10 Million Endowment Campaign to ensure the future of KI for generations to come. We’re already past the half way mark with over $5 Million in gifts and pledges, but we still need your help!

The Endowment is a permanent fund, where the interest generated by the invested principle creates a new source of revenue, giving KI both immediate funding and long-term financial stability. The purpose of the KI Endowment Campaign is to ensure that we continue to remain an inclusive spiritual Jewish hub, providing a warm, nurturing environment to pray, learn, and care for our community and those most in-need.

Every dollar you commit to the Endowment is an invaluable investment in the sustained growth and strength of KI and our Jewish future.

To make a gift to the Endowment, please click here.

tribute gifts


Kehillat Israel can help you commemorate a friend or loved one, or celebrate a special occasion such as a wedding, B’nai Mitzvah, yahrtzeit, birthday or holiday. For an $18-minimum tax deductible contribution, tribute gifts are a thoughtful and easy way to honor someone and support KI.
To make a tribute gift online, click here.

For information and other ways to give to KI, please contact Tricia Mercer, Member Engagement Director at or 424.214.7463.

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