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Dues Information for Members

Thank you for continuing to make Oak Park Temple a priority in your charitable giving for the year. As you consider your 2022-2023 Community Contribution, we ask that you poteach et yadecha—give with an open hand. Your generosity helps us maintain our commitment to welcome all regardless of means. Please note these factors in determining how you can give this year:

  • In order for OPT to run a balanced budget and sustain the programming and support we currently enjoy, an average income of $3,600 per household is necessary.
  • A $200 assessment for the Building Fund is included to maintain our Oak Park Temple home.

The Tzedakah Circle was established to help make sure that our synagogue remains accessible to those who find themselves financially challenged. There are opportunities to be a part of this program at every giving level, and your participation in Tzedakah Circle increases the reach and strength of our congregation. We appreciate your generosity to ensure that every child may attend religious school and that every person may be a part of our Oak Park Temple family.

Base Community Contribution for 2022/2023
Please log in.
After you log in, you will find your 2022/2023 dues amount and a suggested increase.
You may choose to uncheck these boxes and enter in your pledge to Dues 2022/2023.
Or Join the Tzedakah Circle - Giving Level Opportunities
a Building Fund donation of $200 will be automatically added to your pledge
* The Association of Reform Zionists of America (ARZA) is the Israel arm of the Reform Movement. Your contribution supports progressive Jewish values in Israel as well as Israel-related programming and events at Oak Park Temple.
After you click submit, you will be directed to billing options, you may select:
Single Payment, Semi-annual, Quarterly or Monthly.

If you have any questions or concerns, please call Temple Administrator,
Danielle Sandler at 708-386-3937 or email her at



Oak Park Temple financial matters are established in the context of Jewish values, principles and ethics. See our Principles for Dues Calculations.

You can also designate one or more of several Temple Funds to which you wish to contribute.

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