THE NEW REVAMPED CHAI CLUB

WHAT IS IT?

An opportunity for folks to monetarily support Chabad of Vermont in a consistent and meaningful way. 

 HOW DOES IT WORK? 

Every month, the individual/family/group provides an automatic donation in increments of chai ($18, $36, $72, or more!). With $18 per month, this puts one person’s yearly contribution at $216, not including other donations of any kind (ex. Volunteering, in-kind donations, knowledge, etc). This money will be instrumental in the continued growth and evolution. 

By donating an increment of Chai ($18, $36, $54, $72, etc ) monthly, you are giving life to the Jewish community. Your donation will help to fund the work of Chabad of Vermont and allow us to continue to meet the needs and desires of the community.  

The Chai Club is divided into Affinity Groups so that you can help us develop and continue programs that you feel passionate about.

The affinity groups are as follows: 

    Gan Yeladim

    Minyan 802

    Culture and Traditions

    Adult Education 

    Art and Music

Descriptions of each affinity group can be found below.  

HOW DO I JOIN?

It is easy, and quick! Simply fill out this form, and become a Chai Club member today!

AFFINITY GROUP DESCRIPTIONS 

Gan Yeladim: 

All proceeds will go towards helping Gan Yeladim continue to foster children’s development and love of learning! Projects include (but are not limited to):

Building the new playgrounds and garden spaces-helping us to build creative and stimulating playgrounds for both the younger classes and older children. Additionally, it will help fund the creation of gardens where youth can play and learn to engage with gardening, plant life, and other ecologically sustainable projects!

Program development-program development relating to your children’s passions and interests! Ex. Music Together, Hebrew immersion, farm day, art, etc.

Tangible objects for classrooms-all the objects and materials we need to make Gan Yeladim keep running! Ex. classroom materials, books, art equipment, etc

Minyan 802

Culture and Traditions

Adult Education 

Art and Music