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Donations and Payments to Bet Haverim

Please use the form below to make pledge or Religious School payments at any time, or to make a donation to a CBH Fund

Please choose from the following options and click on the green "Give" button at the bottom of the form to move to the payment processing window.  If you prefer to mail a check, pay by cash or use a credit card over the phone, please contact the CBH office for further instructions at office@bethaverim.org, or 530-758-0842.

Payment and Donation Options Please select one or more options below, providing a dollar amount for each option selected.

Your support adds to the vibrancy of our house of friends, enabling us to maintain a community that is open to all.  All contributions are tax deductible.  Our tax ID number is 94-2201134.  If you have questions about your donation or payment, wish to make a further contribution, or want to learn more about programs and activities at Bet Haverim, please contact either  or  by clicking their names, or phoning 530-758-0842.

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