High Holy Day Sponsorship Opportunities
The Song Shul has beautiful and inspiring High Holy Day services. Take part in the mitzvah of enhancing these days for our Community in Harmony!
SPONSOR ON YOUR OWN, OR JOIN WITH ANOTHER INDIVIDUAL OR FAMILY TO CO-SPONSOR!
ALL SPONSORSHIPS ARE TAX RECEIPTABLE.
Flowers on the Bimah
The George Weston Recital Hall is breathtaking. Help enrich the beauty by providing two exquisite potted floral arrangements for our bimah. These flowers will be on the bimah for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur, and after the High Holy Days we will take them with us to the Bialik School for our Sukkot, Shimini Atzeret and Simchat Torah services.
Help Subsidize a Member
The Torah tells us that it is a mitzvah to honour the elderly. Some of the elderly in our community are in financial situations that don’t allow them to afford membership. Give kavod (honour), and help us to include these special people in our Community in Harmony.
Children’s Stickers, Bubbles & Toys
The Song Shul loves our children, and they love The Song Shul! Little ones stay in the service playing quietly at the Sticker Station and hearing the beautiful music. They march in the Torah Bubble Parade when we take out and put away the Torahs. The babysitting room for very little ones is a Wonderland of Toys. Help us keep our children happy at The Song Shul – whether they’re in or out of the service!
Sponsor a Children’s Program
On Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur morning, The Song Shul offers a variety of children’s programs. The children take a break from being inside the sanctuary, and they return to us refreshed and ready for more music. Help make these creative and stimulating programs possible!
Coffee & Tea for Rosh Hashana
$3600 for either day
$7200 for both
There’s nothing like a cup of coffee or tea to make you feel at home, and that’s what we do at The Song Shul. Sponsor the Rosh Hashana coffee lounge for one day or both and help the everyone in our Community in Harmony feel at home!
Post-Yom Kippur Refreshments
After a long day of prayer and fasting, followed by the final blast of the Shofar, the sweetest thing in the world is that first sip of juice and first bite of cookie. It’s also a way for our members to have a quick schmooze before heading off to their break-fast gatherings. This is how we build a community, and you can help make it happen!
Many people arrive at The Song Shul without their kippot. Help us provide beautiful head coverings for them! Beautiful purple kippot, made especially for The Song Shul!