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$400K Campaign
Join our 25th Anniversary Fundraising Campaign!


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Goal:  $400,000

$400,000 CAMPAIGN

In honor of our 25th year,  we are kicking off a special campaign from now until January 2018 to raise $400,000 to support and grow our programs and services. Thank you for your support!

Through some generous donors, we are over halfway to reaching our goal! We are turning to our dear community to help us reach our total.

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Shari & Stephen Bender 

Any donation over $250.00 will be featured on a permanent 25 th anniversary dedication board.


 Angel  $50,000   (*Paid over three years)
 Legend  $25,000   (*Paid over three years)
 Founder  $15,000   (*Paid over two years)
 Chai Club  $10,000   (*Paid over 18 months)
 Platinum  $7,500     (*Paid over 18 months)
 Gold  $5,000     (*Paid over 18 months)
 Silver  $2,500     (*Paid over 12 months)
 Bronze  $1,000     (*Paid over 12 months)
 Friend  $500        (*Paid over 12 months)
 Supporter  $250        (*Paid over 12 months) 

*Payment plan option is available for every donation level. Please note this in the comment box on the donation form. 

About The Chai Center
The Chai Center is one of New York's most unorthodox orthodox Synagogues- a popular center for Jews of all backgrounds and affiliations who wish to learn more about their Jewish roots. Located on 1 1/2 acres on Vanderbilt Parkway in Dix Hills, The Chai Center offers a wide variety of educational and spiritual opportunities, including Hebrew School, Preschool, Torah classes, Shabbaton dinners and an array of Jewish Holiday programs.  Traditional Jewish values are brought to life in a joyous, non-judgemental atmosphere. 

Everyone is welcome at the Chai Center, regardless of one's level of Jewish observance. The philosophy is in keeping with the Chabad-Lubavitch approach of joy, scholarship and unconditional acceptance and love of every Jew. 

We Thank Our Recent Partners
Janet Van Benthuysen
in honor of my mom Bashe Bat Deborah or Barbara Siegel
The Cohen Family
Dr. David Gabbaizadeh
in honor of Aylin
Dr. Annbeth & Mark Levenson
monte rosenzweig
Eli Koenig
David Winter