We thank you in advance for your support of Reform Congregation Oheb Sholom. Donations are always appreciated. For administrative convenience we ask that you observe our minimum of $18. RCOS is a non-profit organization falling under the IRS's rules as a 501 (c)(3) corporation. As such, your donations should be tax deductible. Please check with your tax advisor to be certain.
Pay Dues: You can pay your annual dues on line either as a lump sum or with monthly installments. Please remember that to offer this convenince the Temple incurs a 3% fee, so please consider increasing your contribution. Select donate and you will be asked to specify the amount and the method of payment (Credit, Debit or PayPal). Check the Make this a Monthly Payment if you wish to to start a recurring payment.
Arthur Hammel Fund: Used wherever most needed; primarily for capital improvements.
Building Fund (AKA Maintenance and Capital Improvements Fund): To improve and maintain the Oheb Sholom Facility
Cemetery Fund: To provide for perpetual care of Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
General Operating Fund: To operate the Temple on a daily basis.
Greater Temple Fund: A Quasi-Endownment fund used to provide income in lieu of dues; spending limited to 4% per year.
Landscaping Fund: To enhance the beauty of Oheb Sholom's landscape
Library Fund: To purchase books and maintain the library.
Music Fund: To enhance the music programs at Oheb Sholom
Rabbi's Discretionary Fund: To be used for special projects and needy members as determined by the Rabbi
Sondheim Floral Fund: To provide flowers for services
Torah Endowment Fund: Permanent endowment fund whose income in used for physical improvements, broader educational programs other worthy projects.