Beth Israel Congregation - Ann Arbor, Michigan


We appreciate your support. There are many ways to support our synagogue community and honor or memorialize a loved one.

1. Donate by Mail

Simply print out one of the following forms and mail it with a check to Beth Israel to make your donation. A full list of Funds at Beth Israel is available to the right.


Beth Israel Congregation – Form_ Donation to a Fund

Beth Israel Congregation – Form_ Dedicate a Prayer Book

Beth Israel Congregation – Form_ Dedicate a Humash

Memorial Plaque Form

Beth Israel Congregation – Form_ Tree of Life Plaque

2. Come on by

We love to meet new members and see old friends. You can bring your donation and check to the Beth Israel office and we will get you taken care of.

3. Donate Online

Beth Israel accepts online donations through Network for Good. Simply click the Network for Good logo to make your donation.

Network for Good

Please note: There is now a 5% surcharge to all donations. We urge you to select the option to pay the fee to NFG directly. If not, 5% of the total will be deducted as a transaction fee by NFG.

Fill in the required information and be sure to designate the purpose of your donation (i.e., Dues, Building Fund, other specified Funds, or General Fund. Please note that School Tuition and event fees are not considered charitable donations). If you are making a donation, please include the name of the person in whose honor or memory you are making the tribute, as well as their address or their family member’s address so that a tribute card may be sent to them. You will receive a receipt via email (as will Beth Israel), and Beth Israel will receive your payment in two to six weeks. The whole process only takes a few minutes.

*- Contributions (including dues) to Beth Israel Congregation are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law. Beth Israel Congregation has been determined to be an exempt organization by the United States Department of Treasury Internal Revenue Service as described in section 501 (c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code.