Get Well, Sympathy, Mazel Tov, Yahrzeit remembrances, or “just because”): You can direct get well, sympathy, or Mazel Tov messages to your friends and family by donating to Congregation Or Tzion. You may also donate in memory of a loved one.
The Barbara Mark-Dreyfuss Spirituality Fund was established to bring scholars and programs to Or Tzion that promote the elevation of spirituality through the content of the material they present.
Donations support the many needs for building upgrades at our facility.
Congregation Or Tzion makes an $18 gift in honor of each Bar/Bat Mitzvah teen, helping them to establish their own charitable fund through the B’nai Tzedek Program of the Jewish Community Foundation of Greater Phoenix. We welcome additional gifts to this fund so that we can continue to help our teens participate in charitable giving.
Donate to help send the children in our community to Jewish day camps or overnight camps.
Rabbi Caplan’s Discretionary Fund; Rabbi Crane’s Discretionary Fund, Cantor Rubinstein’s Discretionary Fund: These separate funds are used solely at the discretion of each of the clergy for charitable purposes to assist individual, educational and communal needs that require confidentiality, or for beneficial charitable purposes that would not be otherwise be met.
Established by Marc and Sherry Lato in memory of their parents. Donations to this fund support Families With Littles programs and education at Congregation Or Tzion.
An opportunity to memorialize the name of a loved one on our congregational Memorial Wall. Names are engraved on brass plaques displayed on the Memorial Wall, and a candle bulb is illuminated on the loved one’s yahrzeit. Donation: $360 per name.
Anniversaries, birthdays, baby-namings, bar/bat mitzvah and other special occasions are appropriately shared at a Kiddush when you contribute to this fund. You may also wish to sponsor a special Kiddush to celebrate your simha.
We use Etz Hayim Torah and Commentary, a contemporary text with user-friendly translations and extensive resources for study and Lev Shalem for Shabbat and Festivals. We offer the opportunity to dedicate these books in honor of someone, to mark a special occasion, or in memory of a loved one. Your dedicated book(s) will have a bookplate noting your contribution and the occasion you are marking. Etz Hayim dedications cost $100 each. If you wish to purchase a copy for personal use at home, the cost of the book is $125. Dedicated copies of Lev Shalem are $54 each.
Established by the Goodell family in memory of Roz Goodell. Donations support formal and informal Jewish education, adult education, and our Roz Goodell Religious School.
The Rabbi Robin Damsky Social Action Fund is dedicated to supporting social action programming and is named in honor of our first rabbi.