The Chai Society was created for donors who make a sustaining commitment to the MetroWest Jewish Day School’s Annual Campaign.
Chai supporters understand that this has a dynamic effect on the school’s ability to recruit students, enhance technology and science curriculum, and provide professional development for our outstanding faculty.
Jewish continuity depends on educating the next generation of children and MWJDS is at the forefront of this effort. Please join us in strengthening MWJDS for children and their families in Metrowest.
- Chai Honor Society members make a commitment of $1,800 or more for three (3) years. New and renewing members receive two (2) complimentary reservations for Gala 2012 and an annual invitation to the Chai event.
- Chai Champions contribute $750 or more and are invited to the Chai event during the year of their gift.
Anita Diamant is the Boston-based author of 12 books, including the bestselling The Red Tent. Her other novels include Day After Night, Good Harbor and The Last Days of Dogtown. She has also published a collection of essays and six non-fiction guides to contemporary Jewish life, including The New Jewish Wedding and Choosing a Jewish Life. Her writing has appeared in such publications as The Boston Globe, Real Simple and Hadassah Magazine. She was the founding president of Mayyim Hayyim, Living Waters Community Mikveh and Education Center, in Newton, Massachusetts.
For more details on sustained giving, please contact Ceceley Chambers, Director of Institutional Advancement.