Dear students,
We’ll get right into it: As we approach the middle of the semester we ask you to help the Education Center. The ancient wisdom of Kabbalah is a gift that has been handed down for centuries and we believe it should be available to anyone, including those who might not be able to afford to pay for it. That’s why we use a “Pay What You Want" tuition fee. Now is the time we ask. If every person reading this gave $10, we could cover expenses for the semester within a few hours. That’s right, the price of a small meal is all we need. We rely mostly on volunteers but we still have servers, programs and staff to cover, which cost about $25 per student per semester. To protect our independence, we never receive donations from organizations, lobbies or political parties. We’re sustained by the generosity of students and people like you. If the Education Center is useful to you, please take one minute to keep it growing and help us make the Education Center available to all. Thank you.

Please Help the Education Center

Select an amount $

10 15 25

Select an amount $

5 10 15

Dear students,
We’ll get right into it: As we approach the middle of the semester we ask you to help the Education Center. The ancient wisdom of Kabbalah is a gift that has been handed down for centuries and we believe it should be available to anyone, including those who might not be able to afford to pay for it. That’s why we use a “Pay What You Want" tuition fee. Now is the time we ask. If every person reading this gave $10, we could cover expenses for the semester within a few hours. That’s right, the price of a small meal is all we need. We rely mostly on volunteers but we still have servers, programs and staff to cover, which cost about $25 per student per semester. To protect our independence, we never receive donations from organizations, lobbies or political parties. We’re sustained by the generosity of students and people like you. If the Education Center is useful to you, please take one minute to keep it growing and help us make the Education Center available to all. Thank you.

Please Help the Education Center

Select an amount $

10 15 25

Select an amount $

5 10 15
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