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Investment Opportunity of a Lifetime!                                                                                       Donate now
Dear Friends,
The pandemic has dramatically affected the shul. The donations that would normally be sustaining us have stopped coming in and people have reduced and/or abstained (from making and keeping) their pledges. We have reduced our budget as much as possible; however, our financial obligations are outstripping the money being contributed. In fact, more people are asking the shul for help in different ways than in previous times and of course everything is more expensive.
If you made a pledge for the High Holidays please be sure to send that in before the end of the year, as the need is very real and time is of the essence. If you did not make a High Holiday pledge or you are able to give an additional contribution at this time, we urge you to please act immediately and as generously as possible.
You may call us for a return envelope for your convenience. Of course, you can also make a contribution through our donate page.  Remember, Chabad at La Costa is recognized non-profit organization with a 501(c)3 designation, which means all donations are tax-deductible.

There are many ways to give besides for checks and cash. Following please find a list of the various other platforms that are available for secure donations that go directly and entirely into the synagogue account.

1. PayPal  [email protected] or

2. Venmo @Nechama-Eilfort

3. Cashapp $nechamae

4. Zelle (Bank of America)   [email protected]

5. Personal credit card

Another beneficial option is donating your car, truck, boat, rv, stocks, or even real estate to Chabad at La Costa. We will give you the biggest tax-deduction allowed by law.

Have you remembered Chabad at La Costa in your will? Many people have done so, thereby creating your Legacy and making an investment in the future of Judaism.

Can we count on you?
Thank you so much and G‑d bless!
Rabbi Eilfort
PS If you would like to discuss your gift please feel free to call Rabbi Eilfort at 760-943-8891.