Building Campaign - Sonoma County Chabad Jewish Center
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A Time to Build!

For over 14 years, the Sonoma County Chabad Jewish Center has been serving the many needs of the Sonoma County community providing all with great community connections, programs and services, all without barriers and with no membership required.

With the recent purchase of the Joseph Weingarten Chabad Jewish Center, we are now excited to embark on this $500,000 campaign towards the remodel and beautification of the new center @ 2461 Summerfield Road.

Make a Difference Today

This is a golden opportunity to participate in a genuine Mitzvah that will benefit countless others and promises much pride and great returns for many years to come.

As partners, we will form a center which will serve as a beacon of goodness and kindness in Sonoma County.

With each donation we will be nearing our goal and approaching an historic moment for the Sonoma County community.

Think big and make a big difference for others!
Thank you for your generous support!

Chabad of Sonoma County is a 501c3 non-profit organization 02-0673727. All donations are tax deductible.

Leave a legacy gift for the Chabad Jewish Center and your charitable bequest will ensure that your community support will continue for many years to come. 

Building Dedications can be paid over a 3 year period

$10,000 = $278 monthly over 3 years
$7,500 = $209 monthly over 3 years 
$5,000 = $139 monthly over 3 years

Sample available dedications:

Sanctuary    $100,000
Community Kitchen    $50,000
Aron Kodesh Ark    $50,000
Foyer    $40,000
Patio    $25,000
Playground    $25,000 
Library    $20,000
Rabbi's Study & Office    $20,000
Cantor's Lectern    $3,600
Rabbi's Lectern    $3,600
Dedicate a Mezuzah    $1,800


  Join us for the Groundbreaking and Torah Completion Celebration!
Sunday, August 27 1:30 pm
2461 Summerfield Road
Learn more & RSVP @

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Thank you! Together we did it!
Goal:  $500,000
We Thank Our Recent Partners
Ms. Shoshana Leibowitz
Mrs. Dorothy Schechter
Mrs. Cyrel Deitsch
New Torah & Groundbreaking
Bassi Katz
Lev Luvishis
In loving memory of our relatives killed during WWII by Nazi Germany
Mr. Todd Cereghino
New Torah
Mr. & Mrs. David Cymberg
Dr. Sid Kurn
Mazel Tov
Zoe & Jessica Herritt
We are excited about the Groundbreaking celebration!