Support

Thank you for making a gift to Ahavath Achim Synagogue. Your donations, contributions and membership dues are tax deductible. We will send a receipt to the email address you provide for your donation, tuition, dues, or event payment. If you wish to make a payment (check, money order, or cash), contact Fern Schorr at 404.355.5222 or fscorr@aasynagogue.org. We appreciate your support of our congregation. All donations can be made by clicking the button below.

Tribute Donations

Tribute donations offer the ability to memorialize or honor friends and family through donations to a variety of designated funds. Tribute donations can be made in honor of a bar/bat mitzvah, the birth of a baby, a graduation, a wedding or other special occasion. Donations in memory of loved ones are a thoughtful and meaningful way to remember those who have passed away.

Your donation will be acknowledged with a card to the recipient of this tribute and it will also be listed in the Synagogue’s publications unless you request otherwise.

Please note that Tribute Donations require a minimum contribution of $18.

Chai Campaign

The Ahavath Achim Chai Campaign provides essential support for the life of our synagogue. Dues cover less than fifty percent of our annual operating budget and it is only through your generosity that AA is able to maintain our high level of service to our members. Your support is essential.

Ahavath Achim Synagogue is the largest conservative synagogue in Atlanta and one of the largest in the United States. Our programming ranges from serving our youngest members starting at about age two through our oldest members, many in their 90’s.

We need your help. Please contribute to the Chai Campaign at your highest possible level.

Your support is very important and deeply appreciated. It ensures that when you, your children, grandchildren and other family and friends need a synagogue, Ahavath Achim will be here to provide the support you need.

Yom Kippur Appeal

At the High Holiday season, we each spend time looking inwards, examining our personal deeds and resetting our individual compasses to help us turn to a righteous path. So, too, has AA. Thank you for your support and a shared vision.

For questions, please feel free to contact Barry Herman, Executive Director (404.603.5746; bherman@aasynagogue.org) or Stan Vogel, Finance Manager (404.603.5751; svogel@aasynagogue.org)