FAQ’S / CONTACT
Can you tell me more about the event?
The event will begin at 7:30 pm with cocktails, followed by a buffet dinner with a special program
honoring Rabbi Bronstein and Cantor Schiller. The evening will wrap with dessert and dancing.
What is the dress?
Can we bring our children?
Alcohol will be served and so for liability reasons, this event is for individuals 21 years and over.
How do I buy tickets?
Tickets and journal ads can be purchased online by clicking on this page.
I'm not comfortable using a website; can you register me?
Absolutely. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org and a member of our committee
will assist you with registering.
The ticket price is more than I can afford - can I still attend?
For those who want to come but who find the cost a bit steep, we want you to come nonetheless. Many individuals bought extra tickets so that everyone could participate, regardless of means! Please send a private email to our Executive Director Vicky Farhi at ExecutiveDirector@betamshalom.org, who will help you reserve your tickets and make a contribution at a level that feels comfortable to help cover our costs and meet our fundraising goals. In the long tradition of Bet Am Shalom, no one is ever excluded because of finances.
- Log on to the event registration site here and click on the RSVP/PLACE AD tab at the top of the page.
- Scroll down to "complimentary tickets for sponsors" to enter the number you will need
- If you also can make a donation, there's an "other contribution" prompt at the bottom of the page.
- Either way, follow the prompts to enter names and other information.
Is any portion of the event ticket tax deductible?
Tickets have been priced to cover the cost of the event. Any amounts contributed above the price of the ticket will be tax deductible and Bet Am will provide a letter to that effect.
Do I have to present an actual ticket at door?
No. If you have registered online, we will have your name on a registration check in list at the door.
Can I make a contribution if I can't attend?
Yes! We welcome all contributions. Please take out a journal ad or make a special “The People Are the Song” Gala contribution. All of these options can be found on the event registration page.
Can you tell me more about the event journal?
Journal ads are independent of purchasing tickets. We are creating an online journal to recognize event donors and send messages of love and congratulations to Rabbi Bronstein and Cantor Schiller.
Can I include photos/artwork in my ad?
No, unfortunately the ads will only include text.
Can I get a copy of the journal?
Yes. We can arrange to send you a PDF after the event.
Is there assigned seating?
No. Cocktail tables will be set up around the room allowing for all attendees to mix and mingle. There will be some unreserved available table seating for those who prefer or require seating accommodations.
Will there be babysitting?
This is an adult event. There will not be any babysitting on site.
Can I buy tickets at the door?
Unfortunately, tickets will NOT be available at the door. We expect this event to sell out in advance and encourage everyone to register in advance of the celebration.
Can I give my ticket to someone else?
If you decide to give your ticket to someone else at the last minute, please notify us at email@example.com so we have that information on our registration list at the door when your friend comes in.
Can you accommodate dietary restrictions?
We have a kosher caterer; the food selection will be plentiful and varied.
If you have additional questions about the event, tickets, journal ads, special contributions or anything else, please contact the event co-chairs for more information:
Bettina Klein Susan Ackerman Beth Davidson