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Donation upon receiving an aliyah to the Torah.
Donate A Chumash$55.00
This is the Chumash that we use for Shabbat and holiday services, as well as for learning during the week. It contains the Hebrew text and English translations of the Torah, the Haftarahs, and the Five Megillot, as well as a comprehensive commentary.
Donate A Library Book$0.00
The Kol BeRamah library includes both references works and books available for loan. The list here are some particular items that we have determined are vitally needed for our library. If there is another book you are interested in donating, which is not listed here, please speak to the Rabbi.
Donate High Holiday Prayerbooks$65.00
Donate Artscroll Machzorim (High Holiday prayerbooks). This is the book we use at Kol BeRamah on the High Holidays. The price includes a two-book set, one for Rosh HaShannah and one for Yom Kippur.
Help support KBR with a one-time donation of any amount.
High Holy Days Virtual Yizkor BookSuggested: $18.00
May G-d remember the soul of my departed loved one, who has gone on to his or her world, because, without making a vow, I shall give to charity on his or her behalf. -The Yizkor Prayer
Four times a year (Passover, Shavuot, Yom Kippur, and Sukkot), we remember our loved ones who have gone to their eternal home in the Yizkor prayer. As part of the Yizkor service, we give charity so that the merit of our mitzvah can be an elevation for their souls.
Kol BeRamah offers a wonderful opportunity for performing this mitzvah. By pledging now, in advance of the holiday, you can have your loved ones listed in our Virtual Yizkor Book. Rabbi Kelman will recite the Yizkor Service, including a special memorial prayer for all those listed by name.
For $18 per name, your loved one will be included for Yizkor of both Yom Kippur and Shemini Atzeret.
View our Virtual Yizkor Book.
Donate as a merit to the neshamah of your loved one on his or her yahrzeit.
Donate A Siddur$36.00
Donate a Koren Sacks Hebrew/English Siddur. This is the prayerbook we use at Kol BeRamah for weekdays, Shabbat, and holidays.